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Debate between OLED and QLED and television screen, especially in screen burning contexts

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Hello :) 
Ahead of buying a new TV, 55-inch size with up to 5K budget (with member club discounts). Very wavering between the C9 and Q80R's , When the main concerns revolve around the fear of burning a screen and dealing with a bad light.

The use, mostly football and gaming, can also reach almost nine to nine consecutive hours of gaming a few times a week in RPG games that include fixed menus on the screen. In terms of football it is about 6-9 hours a week, depending on the week. Very scared of the burn that would ruin my screen. Warranty covers it?

The TV will be located on the east wall of the building, which is a large window, so be afraid that during the day (say at weekends when I watch quite a bit during the day) the light will affect the screen.

What do you recommend?
It turns out that the C9 will be in the range of about NIS 700-800 and debates whether it is worth the difference and worth an exception (about 400-600) from the budget. Hearing in many places, I would love to hear your thoughts.

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