Originally Posted by AV Challenged
IMHO less than 2,000 hours isn't indicative of as much as you may think.
If what you mean is that results froma poll like this when WOLED TVs have only ~1000-2000 hours of use may not be indicative of what the results will be when those TVs have ~5000-10,000 hours of use, I agree completely.
If current results indicate a 10-15% burn-in issue among AVSers, repolling these same owners a year or two from now is likely to show an increased percentage of WOLEDs with burn-in...
Also, how many on AVS are actually using their OLED's as TV's? You've already confirmed that you don't.
Not sure, but I suspect a smaller % than the broader TV-owning population...
Watching the PGA at the moment and CBS Sports has a bright, while logo
on the lower right corner.
The first three hours were on TNT where they have a feint white, semi transparent logo on the left upper corner, so they are more considerate.
Because of the white subpixel, which is 3x the light efficiency of the colored subpixels, the logo color least likely to cause issues with burn-in is white...
NBC Sports on the Golf Channel has had a ticker on the bottom since Monday for the PGA and that one has a peacock logo on the right with both yellow and red elements!
Don't know hom many hours total you have on the TV, but unless that logo is going to be displayed for close to 20% of the total hours of use, unlikely you have anything to worry about.
If you've got OLED Light cranked up to 100, that static 'threshold' may drop to only 10%...