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i'm new here and i thought i could find some help on this forum.
i bought a Samsung LN32A330 recently, and while the TV is on and checking a black screen, and i was wondering...is that normal to have an uneven backlight spread on the TV? i mean...the colors seem to be fine, it's just that on some angles, you can see the backlight is not perfectly even everywhere on the panel. I'm not really talking about the famous "backlight bleeding" on the corners or on the sides, but more like around the middle.
When i sit on my bed (32inch is enough for my bedroom) and play some games, i don't really see it since the TV is a bit higher-lvled than my eyes (but still get great colors), at the angle i am on my bed, it seem like i don't see this "bleeding" at all.
i'm lucky my 17inch computer monitor (also Samsung, model 730b) don't have much bleeding, only on the sides, but not much of it.
I bought this model because the Series 4 (450) 32inch model is around 100-200$ more than this Series 3 model (i had a crappy Dynex-brand before, returned it for refund).
i wonder if putting backlight to maximum and contrast to maximum would help so the backlight will "even itself" on my TV