I've had my 55" GT50 for about 2 months now. Since day one I've noticed a couple issues. I ran the slides for 100+ hours the first week I got the TV and am using the settings found on the same site as the slides.
- The 3D looks awful. The colors all have a green/blue tint to them even with the glasses on and the contrast is abysmal. I understand making the picture brighter to offset the tint from the glasses, but the blacks end up looking way worse than my 5 year old LCD. The Samsung plasma I had before this didn't have this issue and I don't believe my parents VT50 has it either. Is this a common issue with the GT50? I don't see how anyone could watch 3D on this TV with it looking so bad.
- 2 out of the 4 HDMI inputs have a slight static / noise to them. HDMI 1 and 3 look fine. If I switch to that input with no video, then the screen is perfectly black. Input 2 and 4 has this noise which is red / green / blue that is all over the screen. This occurs with or without an HDMI cable plugged in and doesn't change by switching out cables. It isn't too noticeable when watching something unless it is a dark scene. Is this also a common issue with these TVs?
If these aren't normal, then would Panasonic repair / replace this under warranty or would they say it isn't enough to warrant that?
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