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|Screen Sizes||46" 55"|
|Full HD 1080p||Y|
|Micro Dimming||Y (not Plus)|
|Qwerty Remote Included||Y|
|3D Glasses Included||Y (in USA)|
|Bezel Type||Ultra Thin||Ultra Thin||Ultra Thin||Ultra Thin||Ultra Thin||Ultra Thin|
The optimist claims the glass is half full; the pessimist claims it is half empty. An engineer observes that the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
Is it possible you just didn't notice it with your c6500 panel? I know that just about every TV thats 55" and up thats on the market is going to have the "screen" effect when your that close. Which is why they they reccomend a farther viewing distance with a bigger screen.
This isn't a defect or anything wrong with the TV. Unless you intend on being anything closer than 7 feet away from the TV you will never notice it.
The corona effect? Like flashlighting? Lights from the edge led's bleeding into the screen?
Thats odd you see that when the TV is off, but my TV is right in front of me right now with light on it and i don't see any effects like that.
Sounds kinda like when you reflect a light on a cd and bend the cd it diffuses the light in different dirrections. If thats a case maybe you have a poorly built set with a warped frame.
If its the flashlighting effect I suggest turning your back light around 8-12 and see if that helps.
My input on your issue sounds like it kinda sucks but thats all I can think of
I bought last year's C6900 about 9 months ago. What a great set. This year's D6900 has 3D, I see.
There was not much discussion on the Forum about the C6900 either, which is a good sign, but denies you the opportunity to have a little discussion now and then.
The C6900 had precission dimming, while the other Series 6 models did not. I think that is the secret to the success of the 6900. It might appear from following Forum postings and personal experience that the 6900 has been an extremely successful model.