Number of new WOLEDs you have owned (not used or floor models) exhibiting permanent burn-in.
Poll graph is meaningless. Current results on 8/13/17 indicate a 16-out-of-118 or 13.6% rate of defective WOLEDs exhibiting burn-in. How this is calculated from the raw data is explained below
I started this poll to get some sense of what % of AVS members are exhibiting signs of serios burn-in on their new WOLEDs.
If you purchased a used WOLED or a floor model, please do not vote.
For those who have purchased 1 of more new WOLEDs, please let us know whether you have seen any signs of this serious problem.
Indication seem to be that evidence of burn-in can be seen following ~700 hours of use, so please do not vote if you do not have at least 700 hours on your OLED or it is at least a year old.
Whether you have evidence of burn-in or not, a quick post would be appreciated indicating:
-how you voted
-how many hours on on your OLED
-estimate of how many hours watching static logos like CNN or CNBC
-estimate of how many hours playing video games with static HUDs
-the setting you use for OLED Light
Here is how the poll has been structured:
If you've owned only a single OLED and it did not exhibit any burn-in, vote '0 out of 1'
If you've owned 2 OLEDs and neither exhibited any burn-in, vote '0 out of 2'
Same if you've owned 3 OLEDs without any burn-in ('0 out if 3')
If you've owned 4 or more snd none showed burn-in, the final catch-all if for you.
If you've only owned a single OLED and it did
suffer from burn-in, then you eoujd vote '1 out of 1'
If you've owned 2 OLEDs and one of them demonatrated burn-in, then vote '1out of 2'
And if you've owned 3 OLEDs and only one of them exibited burn-in, then vote '1 out of 3'
Finally, if you were unfortunate to own OLEDs or 3 OLEDs, all of which exhibited burn-in, you'd vote '2 out of 2' or '3 out of 3' and the final category is for anyone who has owned 3 OLEDs out of which 2 exhibited burn-in('2 out of 3').
Personally, I have owned 9 new WOLEDs and never seen any signs of permanent burn-in.
4 55EC9300s over 6 months (all dimpled)
4 65EF9500s over 9 months (all with excessive vignette)
1 65C6P which I have has for about 9 months and close to 700 hours of use with no signs of burn-in (just checked).
So I voted '4 or more with no burn-in'
I will use this lead post to update statistics from time-to-time...
Ignore poll results as graphed - the graph is meaningless
To know what the poll means, total up OLEDs exhibitibg burn-in and devide by total OLEDs overall.
As of 8/13/17, we have 16 burn-in OLEDs out of 65 single-OLED owners, 16 dual-OLED owners, 3 triple-OLED owner and a 3 '4 or more' OLED owners.
So 16 OLEDs with evidence of burn-in out of 65x1 + 16x2 + 3x3 + 3x4 = 118 OLEDs.
So we are currently at a burn-in rate of 16-BI-OLEDs-out-of-118 or 13.6%