Originally Posted by mp06011999
Originally Posted by letsgetitstarted
Quick question. Iv noticed when watching 3d when something is showing mainly white on the tv I notice what seems to be two oval different color white blobs. Anyone else notice this?
Also what's the verdict on blobs on a solid black screen? Is that normal?
I have the blobs, as you call them. I call them clouds. Only on a black screen though. A little annoying. They are much less when I add light to the room. I hear that is to be expected with LCD. Not many seem to like to talk about it on here....or they feel they've talked about 'em enough.
My wife keeps telling me to ignore the clouds and that she doesn't want to deal with trying another set given the chances of getting one without 'em. Google "LCD clouding, flashlighting, uniformity, bleeding".
Sad thing is, the picture is quite perfect on all but a black scene. I'm gonna call Sony Monday to inquire.
No, the "blobs" are a completely different thing than the clouding you may or may not have. At least it's how I look at it.
They're weird sections of brightness.
Blobs were most evident in bright scenes (especially noticeable with panning of course, but not needed). They look like large globby sections of anti-cloud actually. There have been a few pictures showing it.
Here is a post in a thread where I (probably mistakenly) classify it as form of "Dirty Screen Effect". There are two pictures in this post, the first one shows the blobs, and the 2nd one draws outlines around them so you don't confuse it with screen reflections. I've posted these pictures in this thread as well, but up a-ways, so look at the link. Others have had similar things.
I replaced it and the new one had no such problems. :)