Yes these pannie plasmas exhibit a kind of convergence problem, i have it on all pixels. Then again most displays still do it. (which is odd cuz it makes no sense technically, plasma/lcd technology shouldn't have problems with it..)
Moving a white block over screen just shows the standard phosphor trail, its actually present with all mixed colors and even stand still images.
So technically its not a bug but a feature, if your annoyed by it id suggest returning the screen. It will only get worse over time.. and i doubt you will get used to it.
Funny while checking my screens trails dragging some windows, i managed to concentrate my eyes on 1 spot (sort of staring at it like a zombie..).
I could still see the refresh rate tearing up the window but the trails were nearly gone. Which is kinda odd since if i watch the window normally (following it with my eyes), i can see the trail lagged over several refresh cycles (24hz) and 3 cm or so wide.
Originally Posted by stevenb6789
I immediately noticed on the very right most edge of the panel (the right-most column of pixels - top to bottom) there is a thin line that is light green (lime) as opposed to white. I then figure it may be the DVD player so I switch to another DVD player (480i). Same problem.
This produced a white scrolling bar (left to right) and I watched it move over the right edge of the set. Sure enough, when the white bar moves over the right most column, the column is green not white. At this point I thought I had a defective set.