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post #241 of 242 Old 02-14-2020, 04:37 PM
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I agree that early plasmas had ir, burn in issues but that last 2 I had didn't have that issue at all.
If you owned 2 plasmas without burn-in issues, your usage pattern will be safe for WOLED.

WOLEDs are far more immune to burn-in than the best plasmas ever were (especially if you set your WOLED to plasma-like peak brightness levels)...
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I agree that early plasmas had ir, burn in issues but that last 2 I had didn't have that issue at all.
If you use a new OLED like you used those two plasmas, you shouldn't have any problems at all.

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