Hi, wasn't able to find any other thread anyplace else with as many Hisense owners.
I have 2 Sharp TVs made by Hisense. LC-60N6200U and LC-43N6100U. I read on another forum the 43" is a rebadged 43H7C, not sure if true.
Anyway, just wondering if anyone has noticed any odd gray pixel fringing on their Hisense TVs when plugged into a PC and displaying 4K@60Hz, 4:4:4 chroma or RGB Full. Both of my TVs exhibit this behavior. Basically, anywhere where dark pixels form an angle, inside the angle is a gray pixel which shouldn't be there. I have Sharpness set to 0 and mode set to Game, but nothing fixes it.
Below is my PC monitor on the left (HP 24"), 43" Sharp/Hisense TV on the right. Maximize box is clean on the PC monitor, but on the TV looks like a gray pixel in each corner. The X also looks like it has extra gray pixels make it look less crisp compared to the PC monitor.
Same effect on text. PC monitor on the left, text is much cleaner. TV on the right, there is a gray pixel in each corner of the letter "D" and "o" of "Documents". There is also an extra gray pixel in the bottom right corner of the Documents icon. The inner corners of the "P" in "Pictures" looks particularly bad compared to the same on the PC monitor.
Yep, the Sharp/Hisense 60" does the same thing, here it is compared to my Samsung 60". The Samsung is clean and looks good.
Anybody else, or is this just a Sharp thing?