The cheapest Samsung MicroLED TV will reportedly cost $80,000

wiyosaya

Posts: 7,819   +6,787
Well, I was joking obviously, but having 4000 nits is pretty close. And Samung will add more. Old 120 nits TVs were visible in daylight just fine, but somehow for OLED (<800 nits on the first series) you apparently need to be in a dark room...(no you don't, not even close)
Yes, I am aware that you were joking.

As I understand it, having a peak brightness of 4000 nits or more is better for HDR. The entire screen would not be that bright all at once.
 

Ludak021

Posts: 707   +530
Yes, I am aware that you were joking.

As I understand it, having a peak brightness of 4000 nits or more is better for HDR. The entire screen would not be that bright all at once.

Correct. With Dolby Vision, provided the content has the proper levels and so on.
 

captaincranky

Posts: 18,796   +7,723
It's been my experience that even if they don't burn in anymore, they start to appear brown with extended use and brightness drops.

That said, I don't believe mLED tvs will won't have burn in problems
And when they're $400.00 on Black Friday at Walmart, you can bet I'll be there, first in line.