So got the e6 mounted on Monday, didn't take long and I discovered it actually does have burn in. They had left a blu ray menu screen on running for who knows how long. I noticed it first when playing content that I had filmed and noticed a strange pattern where there should not be. Changed to different content, couldn't see it. Then discovered that it takes solid areas of color to show it. Orange backgrounds show it the most, red and green, light blue. Blue, white and black don't show it at all. I made a test file with solid colors so I could see exactly what the burn in is. Yes, the demo material they were showing, the menu screen. I can read it: Play, scene selection and set up.
Wish I had looked into this a little further on what to look for on burn in. Mostly, you can't see it with normal content. It takes solid areas of color on the left side of screen to show it. Regular viewing it isn't really visible at all until you get a large area of color on that side of screen, a sunset or something like that. I wish I had my test file on usb stick when I checked it out, could have discovered it then and I would not have bought it but I thought I could discover burn in with just regular content but you may not notice it at all then. Waiting to hear back if I can return it, I'll probably be stuck with it, oh well. It does have a nice image most of the time, but you know how it goes, once you see it, you can't unsee it and it's there forever. I've run the static removal thing twice now, didn't do anything that I could tell.
So, yeah, if you missed out on these OLED's for 3D, you're better off. High-priced junk! Wake me up when they have these fixed and I'll pick up another OLED until then I'm telling everyone to stay away from them.
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