Originally Posted by chunon
NO need to be rude since you are not a moderator Rogue can post wherever he likes. I'll continue to post my experience as well . do you even own an Oled ? I see you don't based on your signature I have owned 2 oleds and not a hint of IR. My guess is 9 out of 10 people would say the same. Oleds have been around for about 4 years and this is the first dedicated thread for Ir/burn in that tells me it's a rare issue . Further we are talking about something that can't be seen on normal content . Compared to my IR magnet VT60 Ir is way down the list of my concerns.
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I'm not being rude, just direct so as to keep things on topic. For the final time, no one is saying that BI is not a rare issue. No one.
However, continued comments and implications like "because most OLEDs don't suffer from BI it must not be a real problem"... and "BI wouldn't be a top concern of mine", are tiresome to keep reading and divert from the thread's intention. And such continued comments do, in fact, invalidate this issue for those affected. And others have already replied with the same as well.
The point of this thread is to discuss, document, and hopefully resolve this issue that does affect some. I would think all OLED enthusiasts would encourage such a thing. Keep in mind, we're talking about BI here (not IR) and, more importantly, the unwillingness so far by LG to do anything about it. And who knows if other OLED TV OEMs like Sony, Panasonic, etc. will eventually take the same position on BI? Remains to be seen of course.
As for me not owning an OLED yet, if you must know, I've been waiting for a suitable larger size and also hope to purchase an 85"+ model if one becomes available near term, so... yeah.
Again, we all know
that the vast vast vast majority of current OLED owners do not exhibit BI (and all OLED enthusiasts are very happy about that), but that's irrelevant to the purpose of this thread - the title of which is "OLED screen burn: with photos". Let's just keep it at that, rather than a place for non-affected owners to continue saying how they don't have BI and that BI really wouldn't be a top concern for them anyway. Honestly, I can't believe that some think this is too much to ask.