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It is a shame your logos don't have any yellow or orange! These seem to be the greatest offenders...

It is a shame your logos don't have any yellow or orange! These seem to be the greatest offenders besides red that will cause burn in on the LG Oled displays. It would be highly recommended you implement any additional yellow or orange logos in your test too check for burn in or severe IR. According to a pol at avsforum the 2016 Oled's are currently at a 16% burn in rate. You need to see this thread as well. www.avsforum.com/forum/40-oled-technology-flat-panels-general/2804065-oled-screen-burn-photos.html
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    Thank you for contacting us. We've updated our test pattern to include some yellow.
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    Definitely a Red/Orange/Yellow issue. I have just started investigating the burn in issue. We have had an LG C7 for a 11 months with a lot of usage, 6860 hours to date. Our family has the TV on constantly because of tag team watching and game playing and general background noise. The Today show logo and info bar has caused burn in as well as a game play HUD. The burn in is noticeable on red/orange/yellow colors and is not on other colors.

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    So on white channel logos there is less risk than colored ones?

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    So on white channel logos there is less risk than colored ones?

    There is less risk, but it can still occur. The white sub-pixel can still be burned it, but as there is no color filter in front of it, it doesn’t have to be driven as hard, therefore, in theory, it won’t burn in as quickly.

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    So I should not be worried for a few games lasting 90 minutes, for the static ‘score, or in general for some transmission with logo that can last a few hours? I can not think that these TV can only be used to watch movies, without any static images! if a TV to many apps, youtube, and more to view, and having many problems is really worth the risk? Or at least the LG 2018 range is a little safer? then I heard that the panels, even if products from LG data to other suppliers like Sony Panasonic etc … give less problems of burn in and 'possible? Sorry for the many questions but you are the only ones really competent.

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    So I should not be worried for a few games lasting 90 minutes, for the static ‘score, or in general for some transmission with logo that can last a few hours? I can not think that these TV can only be used to watch movies, without any static images! if a TV to many apps, youtube, and more to view, and having many problems is really worth the risk? Or at least the LG 2018 range is a little safer? then I heard that the panels, even if products from LG data to other suppliers like Sony Panasonic etc … give less problems of burn in and 'possible? Sorry for the many questions but you are the only ones really competent.

    It’s really hard to say. This can vary between units, and it can vary depending on the type of content. Our current understanding is that the effects are cumulative, so even if you occasionally game for 5 hours, it shouldn’t matter. If you keep the content mixed, we really don’t expect this to be an issue for most people though. We don’t know about other brands, all of our long-term tests have used LG OLED TVs. Sony and Panasonic use OLED panels from LG Display, the same ones found in LG TVs, so we don’t expect there to be a significant difference.

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