Originally Posted by d james
If you make the screen real large, the bigger the better so the pixels are bigger, then adjust focus and bring up the menu on the pj and look at the words with your nose to the screen you should see all white words, but if its off a pixel or two, then you'll see red or green on the outside pixels that make up the words. On my last pj I could clearly see it off from 6 ft or less with my comcast menu bar up. With this pj I cannot, but can see them with the pj menu. If I zoom the pj down to around 70 inch screen, it is real hard to notice the color variation in the pixels. Like i say its not something to be worried about unless you see it in movies, and since I watch alot of black and whites, I can see the green tint.
I'm not sure if these are two seperate problems (color uniformity, and convergence) or if they are the same. All I know is the off pixels seem to correlate with the green tint. My double pixel off unit had more green tint than my now one green pixel off pj.
Thank you for the reply, good info.
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