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My living room requires a larger TV so I'm targeting at least a 65 Inch TV. I've tried a Samsung 65 es8000 and vertical banding was extreme. Switched to a Sharp 70 845u and while there was no banding, the PQ was quite poor compared to Sony and Samsung. I now have Sony 65 HX950 and there is banding with this TV as well.

I am an avid sports fan. I watch Football, Soccer, Golf, hockey and baseball. Banding gets really distracting with these sports... I'm desperate of the PQ of a Samsung/Sony but without banding.

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My living room requires a larger TV so I'm targeting at least a 65 Inch TV. I've tried a Samsung 65 es8000 and vertical banding was extreme. Switched to a Sharp 70 845u and while there was no banding, the PQ was quite poor compared to Sony and Samsung. I now have Sony 65 HX950 and there is banding with this TV as well.
I am an avid sports fan. I watch Football, Soccer, Golf, hockey and baseball. Banding gets really distracting with these sports... I'm desperate of the PQ of a Samsung/Sony but without banding.
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My living room requires a larger TV so I'm targeting at least a 65 Inch TV. I've tried a Samsung 65 es8000 and vertical banding was extreme. Switched to a Sharp 70 845u and while there was no banding, the PQ was quite poor compared to Sony and Samsung. I now have Sony 65 HX950 and there is banding with this TV as well.
I am an avid sports fan. I watch Football, Soccer, Golf, hockey and baseball. Banding gets really distracting with these sports... I'm desperate of the PQ of a Samsung/Sony but without banding.
Suggestions?

Samsung UN65EH6000, full array (sorta) no banding, great pic quality for the price.
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Samsung UN65EH6000, full array (sorta) no banding, great pic quality for the price.

what panel type? on white sticker on back of TV or box under "Version"
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what panel type? on white sticker on back of TV or box under "Version"

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That's a Sharp panel. Based on my own experiences and what I've read from owners of Samsung LEDs/LCDs with S-PVA panels, those sets always have vertical banding to some extent. Perhaps there is an exception to this, but I have yet to see it. Take for example, the 65" ES8000 sets all having vertical banding. Most likely because Samsung only uses their S-PVA panels in that screen size/model.
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