Originally Posted by Dianabol5mg
You are a spreader of false information. Give me your data that they are more prone to burn-in than plasmas. You cant. You infect the board with the same threads(and replys) trying to get others to think this is somehow a common problem. It isn't. You probably have 4 different names on this board supporting your assertions and baloney, all the while giving each other a like here an there. The only burn-in I see, is your username burnt in to every thread(that has nothing to do with burn-in) claiming burn-in. You serve no purpose but to try to dissuade others from buying a superior television. It is people like yourself why I frequent these boards less and less. Its the same ole bllsht every day with your misinformation and the mods need to put you to rest. You want to talk burn-in? Stay in one of those threads. You have no business in a thread that someone wants actual help and information.
Plasmas suffered more from temporary (sometimes long-term) image retention, rather than permanent burn in. Running pixel orbiter or certain slides would fix it on a Plasma in most cases. The reports of burn in, not threshold shift IR, that we have so far from OLED owners, shows that it cannot be easily fixed like it can with Plasma. Hence, my statement that OLED is APPARENTLY more prone to permanent burn in. The data is there in those burn in threads. For whatever reason, you just don't like the news getting out.
Talk about false information. You're claiming I have 4 usernames with no proof. Introducing speculation to try to discredit me. You claim that I post in every thread here claiming burn in. That's simply false. Anyone can check my post history. And if you feel my posts are against AVS Forum's posting guidelines, by all means, report me to the moderators.
I am serving a purpose. I'm raising awareness of a very real problem that I myself have experienced as have others. I mentioned it in this thread because with increased brightness, burn in is more likely to occur with images that have static parts. I answered the OP's question and provided a potential drawback to that increased brightness. Completely relevant post.
You are serving no purpose by attacking those that mention burn in. What were you trying to achieve with that post? What vested interest do you have in trying to discredit me mentioning burn in? Your motives are suspect. If you don't like what others are posting, that's too bad. Just deal with it. If I had to reply to every post I didn't like in online forums, I'd get no sleep.
I've made no claims to how common the problem of OLED burn in is, just that OLEDs are prone to burn in, which is a fact, and we have numerous reports of OLED owners getting burn in with normal use of their TV.