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But then youd always be buying inferior quality just for the sake of fear. I take it you didnt buy plasma either? My Pioneer Kuro was immense and was sad to see it go. You really arent restricted to 2 hours a day of any channel. Yes the technology is more fragile than LED but the viewing difference is phenomenal for the relatively little more money you pay for it and a little extra precaution you may have to take with it. Only LEDs i would consider are the Sony FALD tvs or the Sony ZD9.
That's the thing, people are saying you shouldn't keep the same image on the screen more than 2 hours a day. Defeats the point for me of having a good TV. If I have a good TV that I've spent a lot of money on, then I'd expect to watch what I want, when I want and for how long I want without worrying about this issue.
Could well be, who knows. I'm too nervous to take the plunge.... Yet. Getting screen burn would ruin it for me, even if its not as visible, knowing its there puts me off lol. Got a quantum dot ks8000. Great, but nowhere near as good with the blacks as a oled.
To be fair i watch alot of 4k movies so the blacks/hdr/dolby vision gets used a decent amount...so for me it was a must have, especially when the TV only cost me 1k. The TV you pointed out on ebay does seem to have alot of central screen burn as you pointed out. To me is seems like a news channel with a person predominantly in the middle of the screen. With that assumption im gonna also assume its from an office etc where they keep the news channels on all day long every single day. Normal viewing will not cause screen burn...well not for me yet anyway...fingers crossed!