Originally Posted by N3W813
Sharp was able to produce panels without uniformity issues previously so why do we have to accept these faulty Nov12 units?
If all of the Elites have had the same exact issue since the 1st production run, that's a different story.
Now that I 100% agree with. I feel they have always been like this, no one took the time to look a set over like is being done now. Why do I feel this way? Every other LED ever made has issues of some kind, even the local dimming units. Why would this unit be any different? Just because it has an Elite logo? Even what some people say is the best set made, the Elite Kuro had "purple snake issues", which is a screen uniformity issue. Probably had other issues too that I can not remember.
Originally Posted by dvzzz
My point is much simpler. Elites were produced with excellent uniformity in the past
This is the whole problem, we would need to test 10 sets to know for sure, would we not ? A fact can not be based on a assumption. Just because no one posted about these issues in the past does not mean they did not have these issues.
To each his own, their are many people happy with Nov 2012 builds and that is my only point. Not everyone who buys an Elite TV stops in to AVS, I know that is an impossible thought
I am just making some points here.........Why would I ? Because there are many visitors watching our conversation here and at times it seems that every TV made has an issue that rolls off the Assembly line. We all know that is not true. Then there is the issue that most consumers would never even see these types of issues, I think we could agree on that the general public would not see these issues either. Does it make it right, no. If someone is happy with there life and there TV, that is a great thing though;)
.Edited by Cleveland Plasma - 1/31/13 at 12:33pm