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Old Yesterday, 07:16 PM   #81
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Originally Posted by Auditor55 View Post
I guy at Best Buy actually said the pixels in the Vizio burn out faster than other OLEDs.

Anyway, sorry about your Seachickens getting whipped by lambs again.
I kinda have to agree with you a bit on this one

I tested the Vizio OLED and using the same test methods, I find the Vizio gets image retention much faster than even LG B series. Iím cautious that due to the easier/faster rate it gets the image retention, the chance of burn in is higher on this TV.
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