Philips 55POS9002 Ambilight OLED Review

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Last but not least, the risk of permanent screenburn have put off many prospective OLED TV buyers, which is understandable given the self-emissive properties of the display technology. From our experience, OLED is significantly less susceptible to image retention and burn-in than plasma ever was, and the compensation cycles that take place during standby after certain hours of operation do help keep these issues at bay. Of course, the risk still exists however small, especially if displaying static logos on news channels or games for prolonged periods. In Philips’ defence, the POS9002 dims down its screen or goes into a floating logo screensaver mode quicker than any other OLED makes on the market, and offers a manual compensation cycle trigger which wasn’t present on its predecessor, the 55POS901F.”






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