Xbox Music Mixer & Karoke= Burn In ?

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  1. Dave Scarpa

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    I have a mits 65" RPTV that's been calibrated, but I'm wondering about the affect of using the New Music Mixer's Karoke Capability and the Lyrics on the screen. I know in Bars RPTV's are usually cranked in contrast and they use them alot and I always see Burn in. I'd be lowering my contrast and only using this once in a while for parties am I safe ? I'd hate to burn the set in. THe alternative is another Xbox and another setup but that's inconvienient...
     
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    I'm looking forward to the picture slideshow feature more than anything on this game. Anyone know when it comes out by the way?
     
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    music mixer has been out for a few weeks already. i just picked it up and its pretty good. As for burn in you shouldnt get any. The words change all the time and nothing is ever static

    capt
     
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    SO, if I want to listen to music that is on my PC, do I really have to move it to the Xbox first or can it stream?
     
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    You have to move it.
     
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    Do the words appear on the screen with MP3s?
     

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