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I have a Samsung 40ES6100 and I noticed a peculiarity for black and white images viewed from the side at an angle greater than 50 degrees. Some gray gets a yellowish-red color. Best seen on an image to grayscale. Panel that it is s- pva and my theory is that appears when you open all 4 parts of the pixel.
I want to see if the problem is specific panel or the producer, so I invite you to do the same type of photos and specify the type of panel that you have. It is advisable to use the settings that you like the most, however I noticed that the problem is not major boost in one way implied that comes factory set.
This is the pixel structure you see shades of gray up to 50% or above this value.



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Is there a reason you posted this six times??
As a mod to delete the other five.

As to your question, I have see reviews of LG Plasma TV's with a similar problem, though different technology.

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Guys, I'm sorry, I tried to post and I had an error on the server, "try again". This happened now, I saw that there are topics recently opened 2 times and even I was surprised. But I was persistent and tried 6 times. Even now getting ready to try again. Sorry again, I ask a moderator to clean and focus on the problem. How many of you are experiencing this problem? I'd like to see responses from owners of S-PVA panels, S-MVA, to MVA, IPS, S-IPS, uv2a, etc. ..
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Nobody have this off-axis yellow tint ?
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I was in the store and I tried several TVs, Samsung 46ES6530, 40ES6800, 46ES7000, 40ES8000, 55ES8000, Philips 40PFL5507K, 46PFL5507K all shows this phenomenon and I think that is typical VA technology; we saw some LG S-IPS panel and had not this defect. I think I did answer one, this forum not help me.
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