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Best OLED, LG vs Sony vs Panasonic

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I didn't quite follow that @DoggieHowser, but I think you are saying that OLEDs can get burn in? I thought only plasmas got burn in.

 

I hadn't heard of the Loewe brand before. Certainly expensive for a 55". The stand I like - makes it look like a gigantic desktop monitor.

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you should really check this thread out Mike.  

 

Yes OLED is inherent with image retention and it’s real, any light emitting source will burn out, that’s the just nature.  Forget the BS marketing hype such as what’s on the LG website and the features they used to reduced image retention.   OLED are oleds and impressive as they are on that stand, run a color test..  

 

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