I just got this as a prize, and it's replacing a 50'' Sony projection/LCD hybrid from 2007. So quite a big jump in picture quality overall. (but the old set did have crazy good blacks for what it was, although due to screen material, it had a semi-noticable "silkscreen" effect but was pretty tops for it's time)
So anyway, Once I followed some guides online to adjust the HORRIBLE out of box picture settings, (wife was like "Why did you sell the old set? This picture hurts my eyes!") It looks great IMO, wife loving it, and for a "lower tier" tv on samsungs 2013 product list, I think it's a sweet set.
IOne question though: Aas a new to LED technology tv owner, is it normal to have a slight "L" shape light bleed (I guess it's light bleed?) at each of the 4 corners of the set? Basically, if there's a completely black image, (like a pause between commercials) you can see the black is "lighter" at the corners. This is only noticable at each of the 4 corners and maybe goes from the tip of each corner, along the bezel about 2''. It does NOT radiate out from the corner, it ONLY has the lightness along the bezel frame, about an inch from it. So it really does keep the "L" shape of each corner. (if you get what i'm saying)
You can sorta see it during an all white screen too, but you have to look for it. I have all extra settings shut down, like the eco dimming junk and all that, so I know it's not from a "feature".
That's my only concern/complaint, but it might not be, based if this is a 'normal' idiosyncrasy of LED tech. I know this is a backlit model, so perhaps that's why I don't see a complete top-bottom light bleed on the bezel. Haven't noticed any noticable clouding/banding or other flaws. Thanks for any feedback!
BTW, based on the product sku and such, it's a samsung panel. Not one of the other possible build types. So it's supposed to be the "better" panels from the manufacture origins.