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RE: Good to know...

If you have had that problem with your plasma, you will most likely have it with your OLED as well. I am still using my 50" Panasonic plasma, now 13 years old, and I have had no burn in at all. I guess it depends on you habits. That said, I think the picture quality between the OLED and the QLED sets are close enough, I will go with a QLED Q80 when the time comes to replace my plasma. By then, things may change again, though.

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  • RE: Good to know... - Hornlover 07:58:04 01/14/20 (1)


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