Posted this in the Service Adjustment/Settings thread as well:
OK, I have detected some annoying convergence issues... I don't have a good enough camera to post pics, but basically it is evident in large white text as red/green top/bottom outlines. I am waiting to talk to my tech guy later today before attempting adjustment on my own, as I am still under 30 days on the set and can exchange it.
As I understand it (having never attempted RP adjustments), the process seems simple enough. Use my test pattern and write down factory RGB settings before I alter anything, only alter the s0001-0003 for the color drives, and hit mute to save.
I have, however, detected another issue, and was hoping for some help on this one.
I am not sure how to properly identify it, but it seems to be an issue with the panel itself. In superbright, washed out whites/greys, when the background is more or less solid and moving, I can see vertical bands approximately 1inch apart extending from top to bottom on the panel, that appear like the folds in a curtain hanging down. As the image moves across the panel, the bands are static and unchanging. Could these be related to the convergence error I already identified? Or is this a defective panel?
I have never seen anything similar, so I have nothing for comparison... Any feedback would be appreciated.