It seems LCD PJs suffer from polarizer burns (esp blue) beyond 2000hrs of usage. I currently have this problem on my 5yr old PJ. I think epson switched to inorganic panels starting at 8100 (?). Does anyone know of any stress tests (like keeping it on 24x7) and see how long these panels last ? I know I know, keeping it on 24x7 is not same as using it 3-4 hrs a day, but that'll atleast give an indication of lifetime. I am particularly looking for any such results on 8350, 3010, 5010, 3020, 5020 models.
I don't know if polarizers are also inorganic in those models or just the LCD panels only. Could anyone who has more knowledge of these please shed some light ? To no avail, I've been scouring the web for an answer to this question for the last week or so.
What is the longest known usage on 8350 so far ? It's been there about 2 yrs so far.