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That was a typo. Sorry. I was typing another sentence and forgot to delete it. I just noticed that. Apologies, though I dont agree with anything u said.What does pos mean? Person of...strength? Just stop, dude. I'm done with you. No need to reply. Let's end it now, and let the thread get back on track.
Thanks for the clarification. No harm done.Also to make it clear, this guy I meant was not u but the guy who posted in rtings about the subtitle issue . I wanted to say that he might have posted on rtings just to get his attention to lg so that he can get his tv fixed by them even if he himself got it from playing some other static content. I have played that game with another company and they replaced my dac in the past. I ranted about an issue on headfi and where the company officials were part of the thread. I got it replaced in time because of this.
Then I thought it wont be relevant to say. But now that I made a mistake I think I must clear that off.sorry once again for that confusing thing. I have nothing against u.
In the recent days I'm experiencing short power cuts in my area during night time when my 55C8 is running. Mostly the power gets restored within 5 minutes....Will it be safe to connect the TV to a inverter line or can I connect it to a 1KV UPS which i use it for my projector?. I'm planning to only connect the TV for power backup and not the Airtel box else my parents will not realize that there's a power cut and will keep watching the TV... please suggest...
Yes, you can connect it to the inverter line or the ups whichever can take the load. Better to connect it to inverter if it is pure sinewave one, otherwise any will do. Most likely the ups won’t be pure sinewave I suppose.Hi All, can you please share your suggestions..
Thanks for your feedback... The UPS might not be pure Sinewave but will this be applicable only when it turns to battery mode during powercut or will it be a non- sinewave even when running in main power?.Yes, you can connect it to the inverter line or the ups whichever can take the load. Better to connect it to inverter if it is pure sinewave one, otherwise any will do. Most likely the ups won’t be pure sinewave I suppose.
When on mains the ups provides sinewave, on battery it doesn’t.Thanks for your feedback... The UPS might not be pure Sinewave but will this be applicable only when it turns to battery mode during powercut or will it be a non- sinewave even when running in main power?.
In case if it runs as non-sinewave only during battery mode will this affect the TV if we just require few seconds to manually switch off the TV during power cut?...
Its about LED TV burn in. Not OLEDs.The issue of burn-in was first brought to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission in 2013 when two customers who had purchased OLED TVs began experiencing burn-in after less than a year of use. The two customers contacted LG and…www.techspot.com