Originally Posted by Dabois09
Nothing on my E7 - my E6 had a minor icon.
My E7 though has played nothing but video games on it and I have no burn-in.
If you watch little if any programming with logo IDs and news banners, you can avoid burn in. Doing nothing but playing video games with no bright static elements should avoid Burn In. Buy a cheap lcd set for cable news and other programs with banners and channel Id's. Save the OLED for, gaming, Blue Ray and streaming movies on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu , "On Demand" cable, HBO, Showtime , etc. No problem with gaming as long as bright static elements don't remain for a long period of time; but remember the wear on the phosphors is cumulative. A static element for an hour a day for 12 months or 3 hours a day for 4 months degrades the phosphor element the same amount.
We don't need outstanding blacks, true vibrant color, and the best picture available for news channels and ordinary programming like CNN, CNBC, Fox News, HGTV, Discovery, AMC, Nat Geo, or 50 other channels we often watch. A much cheaper LCD will do the job.
However, for movies (streaming or Blue Ray), concerts, and sports programming like Masters golf, the World Series, and the Super Bowl, we want the OLED. So I guess we need another tv so we can baby are beloved OLED.