Although much less susceptible than Plasma TVs, LCD TVs are still subject to screen burn in (image retention). In general, you should avoid keeping a static picture (that is, a picture that contains no or few moving elements) or a picture with static elements (black bars, black borders, logos, etc.)
Is burn-in still a problem in LCD?
Burn-in on the LCD screen is a form of image retention but is permanent and virtually impossible to fix. The prolonged use of static images would cause screen burn-in.
Does LCD burn-in get worse?
What is Screen Burn? Screen burn, also called screen burn-in, ghost image, or display burns are images or icons that are displayed on a screen when they should not be there. Screen burn comes on gradually and gets worse over time and is most common on OLED screens.
How long does it take for LCD to burn-in?
5-15 minutes in susceptible panels with varying severity. That said, most LCDs do not suffer from image retention at all.
Do modern monitors get burn-in?
Newer liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) may suffer from a phenomenon called image persistence instead, which is not permanent. One way to combat screen burn-in was the use of screensavers, which would move an image around to ensure that no one area of the screen remained illuminated for too long.
Does IPS LCD suffer from burn-in?
There are no signs of burn-in on the two LCD TVs (IPS and VA type panels).