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  1. dpippel

    Press Release BVHE Press Release: Avatar: The Way of Water (4k UHD) (3D Blu-ray) (Blu-ray) and Avatar (4k UHD) (Blu-ray)

    Projectors aren't for everyone or every situation. You need a light-controlled room for one, if you don't want to be restricted to nighttime-only viewing, and that can be problematic for many people.
  2. dpippel

    Press Release BVHE Press Release: Avatar: The Way of Water (4k UHD) (3D Blu-ray) (Blu-ray) and Avatar (4k UHD) (Blu-ray)

    Damn, that's too bad. I can only imagine how aggravating it must be. From what I've been reading around the forums, the new WOLED panels that LG is producing these days are more resistant to burn-in, but QD-OLED panels are actually MORE susceptible to the problem. At any rate, ATWoW looks...
  3. dpippel

    Press Release BVHE Press Release: Avatar: The Way of Water (4k UHD) (3D Blu-ray) (Blu-ray) and Avatar (4k UHD) (Blu-ray)

    My experience was the same as yours, Colin. I owned my OLED65E6P for almost 7 years and it had about 7K hours accumulated when I sold it a couple of weeks ago. The display had zero burn-in. Literally none. It was used mainly for movie viewing, although we did watch a lot of streaming content as...
  4. dpippel

    Press Release BVHE Press Release: Avatar: The Way of Water (4k UHD) (3D Blu-ray) (Blu-ray) and Avatar (4k UHD) (Blu-ray)

    Try cleaning the discs, even if they look OK. The bonus features Blu-ray in my 4K set, which I'm sure is identical across these releases, played fine in my UB9000 by the way, as did the 4K disc.
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