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    Burn in

    I know that burn in was an effect of old CRTs... but I am curious, is burn in possible on modern LCDs if they are left inactive w/o motion for a long time?

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    Technically, no. But a pixel can become stuck, whether that results from having the same voltage put through it for extended periods of time is up in the air. I am sure it has happened to people, but it would be quite rare.

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    LCDs can burn in, and Im not talking stuck/dead pixels either. search google for "image persistance" or here's a link

    http://compreviews.about.com/od/moni.../LCDBurnIn.htm
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