Originally Posted by Ken Ross
No, actually it was and is a very honest concern for a tech I'm seriously considering. If you take LG's stated hour limits, they are saying that OLED is twice as susceptible to IR or burn-in as plasma.
Personally, that's a concern I must take into account in the purchasing decision. My wife would not appreciate me 'cleaning the screen' after every movie.
Some of you guys need to be a little less defensive and a bit more objective about the concerns expressed by prospective owners. We are genuinely interested or wouldn't be wasting our time here.
BTW 5x10, I'm not as up on OLED tech as I should be. Yet another reason I'm here.
actually, oled and plasma both have 1 hour time frames
and lcd has 2 hours
so plasma and oled is twice as susceptible to IR when compared to LCD, but I also have to take that with a grain of salt as they are saying no more than 2 hours for LCD
thats just plain crazy
•Avoid displaying a fixed image on the TV
screen for a long period of time (2 or more
hours for LCD, 1 or more hours for the
Plasma TV) to prevent image burn.
Ken, take off your LCD glasses when reading the above
i kid, i kid
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