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Old 02-05-2013, 05:55 PM   #1
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Default Technology behind 2012 Panasonic plasma?

Anybody know how Panasonic plasma tech for 2012 works? What kind of technology did they use? For example, 2010 plasmas, the ones that suffered from the black level rise, had a hardware feature that forced voltage increases in the plasma drive to keep the picture running optimum. Panasonic called this the REAL BLACK DRIVE. Big fail. But 2012 plasmas kicked ass and I want to know what they did differently! Im guessing they started off of the 2011 or 30 series plasma tech and worked from there. I know this maybe be more technical but I haven't found any forums talking about. Did they start to use the CEL from the kuro project? How the heck did they get this years plasmas to be soo good?

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