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Old 02-01-2018, 09:48 PM   #1
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Do OLED TVs suffer from image retention? My view of them are that OLED is more suited to smart phones due to life span. I like the look of OLED but I don't think it's worth buying one for tv uses.
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Will take a look. Thank you. I am thinking of getting the LG B7 so this will be a good video to look at.
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Looking at this, sounds like going for qled Samsung or Sony 4K Led panel as oleds have issues. Think I will stay clear of the oleds now.
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I've had my LG C7 since July of last year, I mostly game on it and I have yet to see any burn in.
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Looking at this, sounds like going for qled Samsung or Sony 4K Led panel as oleds have issues. Think I will stay clear of the oleds now.
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It definitely is a tv you need to treat better than one would an lcd, but its not that bad. To your points

Yes, i wouldnt watch cnn nonstop with it or hardcore mountain dew fueled rage gaming. Its mostly geared toward movies, tv shows, and light gaming.

Its a bit of a myth on it not handling daylight viewing. My family room is 410 sq ft, has 2 decent sized windows, huge glass french doors, and a 2x8 skylight, and zero issue watching content on it on a cloudless sunny day. Would i use an oled for an outdoor patio tv in miami? No... but for 99.99% of tv locations, oled is just as good.

Burn in is pretty much non issue for 2017 models. I fell asleep one night with it on, and it spent a good 6 hours straight sitting on a tv show menu. Not even any image rentention, let alone burn in. That right there tells ya you REALLY gotta mess up to have it occur if a 6 hour static image didnt do a thing. Thst said, i freaked out, and ran 18% gray image tests that day, thought for sure id screwed myself. But again, nada.
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I was ganna post my take here, but it seems i beat myself to the punch. My comment from another thread sums up my experience thus far. Have had my C7 since july 2nd, zero issues, and a whole lotta use. From my experience at least, the 2017 panels are not a problem. Again though, if your a hardcore gamer, or a cable news insomniac , maybe not best choice.
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The answer would be NO, I Have a LG 65B6 with over 700 plus hours and no retention or burn in issues. A lot of video games with Xbox One and Oppo 4K player.
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I've had my LG C7 since July of last year, I mostly game on it and I have yet to see any burn in.
Same nothing here on mine, and I leave it on static images constantly
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So, how many threads do you plan to start asking the same basic questions? Thought you already decided on the Oled.....
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