Originally Posted by diegoborgh
Can you believe it???
First they said they were going to replace a conversion board, and when the technician came and saw that, he agreed to me that there was something wrong with the unit, he works for QualxServ, a contractor company for Sony. But obviously the problem was not the conversion board, so he called to a Sony engineer, and his answer was that they received a lot of units returned, but they tested and they concluded that there was nothing wrong with these clouds, that power saving should be used to high, and that did a little difference, but I can still see the clouds. The bottom line is that Sony is starting to take this clouds issue like the way they handle the pixels, they say now that it is ok. This reminds me of when Apple had this battery issues with their iPods, and they didn't do anything until they got an action class lawsuit, then they recalled them. Is this what we have to do to get this solved?
It's their bottom line, and all about cash with large companies. Unfortunatelty that's how much they truly care for us little guys. They have our money, and we are not likely to go spend anymore with them anyway, so we are not who they are looking to help out.
I'm waiting for a tech myself today. Yes, you have to make it so Sony HAS TO FIX these or it will affect THEIR CASH INCOME, or they won't do it. It's not a fair world, who said it was needs to join reality. That's what courts are for. Also, any and all enlightenment we can get out to people BEFORE they buy these sets is a good thing. I went and added some reviews on Amazon.com.
Writing letters helps too, to places like consumer reports. Anywhere we can get exposure to, other than Sony, because they will bury it. We need to get this out in the open where people know what is going on. You know darn well, that Sony knows this is a problem. The more people that are getting ticked off, the better. Too bad it has to be that way.
We are still in the best country in the world, things could be worse.