Burn in (Image Retention) Observation
I was at Visions Electronics the other day and I went to the back room to check out the big plasmas. When I went back there, they had a Samsung, Panasonic and Pioneer all side by side. Now I don't understand why somebody didn't notice the same static image (all sets running on the same signal) on all three of these sets, but it made clear which of these three have great burn in resistance. It was not the Samsung, and to my surprise not even the Panasonic. The Pioneer was the only one out of these three that had no hint of burn in from that static image. Now I have no idea how long this image was on these screens, but I would gather that it was the same amount of time as the 3 sets were on the same signal. It was certainly an eye opener.
Just thought I would let you know.