Originally Posted by michaeltscott
Originally Posted by archer75
The active dimming on the E series doesn’t work. It creates weird video ribbing and such depending on the scene.
That was not observed in the review at CNET
(by an "ISF certified, NIST trained" calibrator who developed CNET's TV testing procedure).
No, it wasn't. But it has been reported by many owners here. Including myself.
The issue isn't present all the time. It depends on the scene. Turning active dimming off got rid of it and didn't diminish the picture quality at all.
I wondered if it was just me but so many other people had the issue too.
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Last edited by archer75; 06-16-2014 at 05:34 PM.