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I'm using the Flashlight #2 slide that can can be found here:ES8000 thread page 4 post #115
The flashlights are noticeable on the bottom left and right. However sitting position also make a big difference. Even though I am sitting inside the "box", when sitting on the left, the left side of the screen is almost black while the the right side shows the flashlight effect starting at the bottom right of the screen as progressively weakens as you go up the screen. Sitting on the right side, I see the the exact opposite. The right side is now almost totally black while the left side shows a noticeable flashlight that progressively diminishes as you go up the stream.
I know viewing angles are generally bad on LCD TV's but I don't see the color shifts on real world material. I'm sitting a good 7.5' from the TV with the TV on a stand. I'm wondering if what is happening is when seated on one side at looking at the opposite side. I end up looking more into the side (and down) of the screen which exposes more of the LED(s) that when viewing from a more normal straight on viewing. Maybe this is why some people report less flash-lighting and clouding when the TV gets mounted on a wall. The angles have changed to be more favorable.