Originally Posted by MKANET
Gamermwm, I'm not sure if you have LED Motion Plus enabled.
The only negative side effect is since the LED's aren't just shining on the pixels constantly for bright scenes (only when the frame is actually displayed), you need to compensate for the brightness lost by increasing the LED backlight. I have my LED backlight at 20; and, dont see ANY flashlighting; and, still able to see dark detail with my latest settings.
Yes, I've always had LED Motion Plus Enabled. My settings are based on CNET's calibration settings w/quite a few tweaks of my own to reduce uniformity issues as much as I can and adjust backlight/brightness to my living room setting
I've been following and posting occasionally on this thread since page 1...so I've had a lot of time to try out different settings from some very knowledgable people such as yourself to reduce uniformity issues. But unfortunately, to no avail
It's just that I can honestly say I tried everything for a long time to fix certain issues and now there is nothing new under the sun. I once hoped firmware would help as did many others who came and went on this thread, but at the end of the day nothing is going to completely eliminate banding/uniformity problems
As David Katzeimier said in his review of this set...I only wish there was a setting for screen uniformity
(P.S. Did I read right that you have your backlight set to 20? Wouldn't that severely reduce the life expectancy of your set? If we have to resort to such measures just to make this tv look right....)