Originally Posted by Sven37
Has anyone else noticed that the backlighting (with local dimming on) is getitng worse witht he age\hours on the tv?
Mine has definitely gotten worse over the last few months (mainly noticeable on darker screnes, but still). I wonder if it has to do with hours on the set or if its software related and it came about with a firmware upgrade.
Bleed is a physical phenomenon. It could well be that things have settled over time. I've heard of bleed coming and going depending on how often the TV was moved, or if it was mounted and then unmounted, and also of course the tightening/untightening of the backing screws thing. Whatever it is, I'm betting (<---Note: that means "guessing") it's related to a very low tolerance that either is not possible to maintain during manufacture, or perhaps it's fine at the factory and messed up during shipping.
In fact, in the case of the 60LM7200, there has been luck with pressing on the corners until a slight "pop"ing can be felt to remove the bleed. It has a different bezel, perhaps that's why. In any case, bleed is so prevalent with LG's that it seems nearly a "feature".Edited by tgm1024 - 4/10/13 at 10:42am