Originally Posted by Dr.Shankenstein
Originally Posted by tgm1024
No, you can't generally
just adjust the backlight a little or emply ECO mode on minimum and have it gone. Not generally. Sure, you can diminish flashlighting with lighting levels.....but the rest of the picture gets diminshed with it.
It just isn't a simple problem to shrug off like that.
I am saying in "my" case it has improved and "I" feel the PQ is still good. I didn't say it wasn't still a problem, but for me I am satisfied with the results.
Ok, sure, makes sense, I'm sorry. I was reacting to the "You can generally...". You were giving advice to the public at large about paranoia, etc., and then said you can generally mitigate or remove it flashlighting effects. I was saying that in general that isn't the case that you can remove it, and if you do mitigate it the picture often "mitigates" with it. This is based upon the complaints I've seen on LG displays.
To be fair to you however, Tampa on the LM7600 forum would agree with you. It was his experience that moving the local dimming to even to "low" (higher than that was just too dark) was enough to make his flashlighting/bleed decrease to the point where he didn't notice it. However, when I read around, once you have flashlighting to the point where it bothers you, it's very hard to get it to no longer bother you because it is a physical phenomenon and if you reduce that light, it reduces everywhere.
Everything is a matter of degree.
You're right about the paranoia in general (:)) though---people lose sight of the fact that forums tend to attract problems far more than they do the things don't seem bad to me style comments.