7?....Of all the people who have oleds especially on this forum and especially the lgC9 7 and 8 forums next to nobody has commented about having burn in issues so I would say I'm not a lucky one
I think so!Some great advise from Sony. Really?
"To avoid the possibility of burn-in consumers should avoid leaving static images on an OLED screen for long periods of time. For example leaving a video game paused onscreen for several hours or days," a Sony spokesperson said.
That’s not what I meant, I don’t believe for a single minute they are prone to permanent IR by design. I just think it’s unfortunate the colour most likely to be affected is the one they use everywhere in WebOS.It was more to do with your quote about LG making their TV's prone to IR with colour red.
I'm now having to return my TV which is 3yrs old to Currys due to pixel degradation and they are collecting tomorrow. Just wondering if you have to return your stand as I have had my TV on the wall and can't find the stand anywhere. Will that be a problem?Well it no longer functions as was when you purchased it,3d was a big feature so if they can't give you a 3d tv under warranty then a refund should be given. Quite a few people had full refunds after they could not source a 3d panel to repair it.
Spot on cheers for that! I've been out in my shed on the rain looking through old stuff, absolutely no idea where I've put it. It's fine if they wrap it in bubble wrap and stick it in a box.Mine was taken away with no stand required. They take it away without it, wrap it in bubble wrap and then place it inside a cardboard box.
Product description Product code: 82452207What do Samsung cover with their panel reassurance plan , just burn in ?
Remembering of course that LCD tech is inferior to OLED for picture quality.
Its all depends how much you use it,panel temperature(HDR) what kind of content/colors on screen.Just for the record....
My 55" LG B6 is still going strong and has not shown any signs of image retention, screen burn or any other fault. Had it for 3 years now.