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Samsung D7000 advice

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I have a Samsung D7000 plasma that is nearly a year old. The picture is great from a distance, but when you are up close there is a considerable amount of green / red pixels that are only visible in certain scenes. In a completely black area, it will appear black, but other times if it is near / approaching black you may see some red / green snow. Is there anything I can try or do I need to call for service? I have tried different HDMI cables / sources. Picture is beautiful from a distance and if the image is solid the red / green pixels do not appear, but I don't want to ignore this if it could turn into a larger issue.
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FYI, it looks exactly like this when viewed up close. No resolution on the reference post... My brightness is at 46, any lower and it is too dark.

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1352196/pic-plasma-dithering-is-this-normal
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I had a plasma with a similar problem and a calibration fixed it. The pic was clear as a bell after that. If you have an ISF guy/girl near you you might give him a call and see what he thinks?
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Originally Posted by Straybeat View Post

I had a plasma with a similar problem and a calibration fixed it. The pic was clear as a bell after that. If you have an ISF guy/girl near you you might give him a call and see what he thinks?

I will have to see if I can find someone here. I have gone through the Disney WOW disc and it is as calibrated as I can get it, I know ISF is a completely different level but may be worth a try. I don't want to pay hundreds of dollars to find they can't fix the speckles, though.
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