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Hi, I bought a Samsung LDC, 40es6100, that I had to return due to massive vertical banding (picture 1). Today I brought home its replacement and I found a all new other issue, backlight bleeding, the pictures are from my cellphone, but what do you think? I can clearly see it in dark scenes, it's very noticeable. What do you think about vertical banding too? I think it's better than the other one although I can clearly see it on the vertical banding video Test for Lcd.

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Hi, I bought a Samsung LDC, 40es6100, that I had to return due to massive vertical banding (picture 1). Today I brought home its replacement and I found a all new other issue, backlight bleeding, the pictures are from my cellphone, but what do you think? I can clearly see it in dark scenes, it's very noticeable. What do you think about vertical banding too? I think it's better than the other one although I can clearly see it on the vertical banding video Test for Lcd.

Old tv with vertical banding:


New tv:





I definitely would not be happy with that panel. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought the 6000 series TV's were not edge lit. How on earth do they manage to get that much flashlighting and banding.
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