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Old 02-28-2021, 04:10 PM   #81
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Another tester with nearly 1400 nits in Vivid mode. Overall a very good sign that heat problems on oleds are about to become old news very fast.
Burn in soon to be a thing of the past?

I saw that on a calibrated set they seem to stay consistently over 1000 nits in multiple tests, and full screen manages to be over 200 nits, again in multiple tests. This is insane.
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Burn in soon to be a thing of the past?

I saw that on a calibrated set they seem to stay consistently over 1000 nits in multiple tests, and full screen manages to be over 200 nits, again in multiple tests. This is insane.
Dammit. I wasted my money on an A8H hahahaha (it's an aamzing TV and the sale price of 1700 for a 65" was amazing but....damn)
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Burn in soon to be a thing of the past?

I saw that on a calibrated set they seem to stay consistently over 1000 nits in multiple tests, and full screen manages to be over 200 nits, again in multiple tests. This is insane.
If the heat issue continues to be improved the chances of Burn in would likely only be with extreme abuse (leaving an image paused for hours at a time).

But keep in mind those types of features and tech will be reserved for the higher up models. Lower models will be without heatsinks and advanced evo panels.
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