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Edited by Smithcraft - 12/16/13 at 12:42pm
They are used to get the proper amount of each color in the lower end of your gray scale. If you don't have a meter to measure then I'd recommend leaving them untouched.
No, but I can't imagine the pic being any better than our new/refurbed 601 we got about 3 weeks ago. It still amazes us....
Another follow-up to my banding issue.
I received my replacement TV yesterday. The delivery guys said, "Oh, another Vizio, we've been delivering a lot of these." I do not know what to infer from their experiences, either Vizio is great at replacing TV's unlike other manufacturers and/or Vizio has a slew of quality control issues.
Either way, I set up the new replacement TV and the picture is perfect, my bad set also bad a case of flash-lighting along with the band (fingers crossed).
I ended up buying a 5 year warranty though for peace of mind. I did run into a few minor issues though. The TV would not pick up my Wi-Fi network but it picked up my cell when set to hotspot, this was easily fixed by unplugging and replugging my router.
Also, while streaming through Amazon Prime, the picture would freeze for no reason (ethernet connection) and the remote control would not respond to any inputs. I assume the reason was, because the TV was updating because I have not experienced any of these issues today.
Hopefully this TV is good to go and I won't have to worry about any other issues in the future.
I started a new thread originally but finally found this one from the search so I'll see if I can delete my old thread but either way just got a e601i-a3 for christmas and love the tv so far I just started noticing on certain channels and some shows on the dv-r that I some times have a static line at the bottom of the tv wether viewing in SD or HD again depends on the channel like ESPN or disney jr, the line will flicker but it stays small and I have seen it span across the entire screen but only on 1 HD channel and I can't find it. After looking in the menu and going into picture I came across size and position and when I adjusted the vertical size (default 0 and changed to 2) it pushed those lines down and out of sight, I assume because that happened it's not a panel issue and more of a cable signal/box issue is it light leak?? I attached the pics and you can see a white line on tv different channels
Dark areas being pixelated sounds like a source/compression issue and not a TV issue.