Originally Posted by Tzone7
Ok. First let the A2000 warm up around 45-60 min. This time will vary on room temp before the display is powered up.
Have you done any convergence testing and calibration? If this is off it can alter color.
To get a good test of color uniformity put the 50IRE gray field up and turn the color setting all the way to 0. If you see any color blobs then you need to exchange the display.
Just make sure you give the A2000 proper time to warm up. I would give it 60 min. Perform your tests. Then go from there.
Where did you purchase your A2000 from?
I purchased my television from Amazon. So basically I have to deal with Sony at this point If I want a new set, etc... I believe.
My set was running for 3 hours when I ran that test actually. I just mentioned 30 minutes because the consensus I have read is that 30 minutes is a reasonable warm up time.
What I am experiencing is very faint green tinge to the lower part and left side of the screen. It's not blotchy; it's a very faint green tint that you can barely notice unless you are looking hard. Is this still considered a Green Blob issue?
I didn't turn my color to 0 when performing the test when I noticed the green section, but how much can this really affect the test on a 50IRE pattern? What if I notice green on a lets say a lighter pattern?
How can I test for convergence?