Join Date: Dec 2015
Location: Northern Mexico... South TX.
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I need a huge favor before decide to label my set defective and box it up, return it and feel the rath of my wife. I have asked this multiple times and have received no responses to my request. I need some test data from a few other sets. It’s really simple; just watch the UHD version of “The man in the high castle”. Watch episode five starting at nine minutes. There is a scene in a dark apartment that has a few slow light to dark transition.One part in particular half of the screen has visible blooming or clouding. It has a blueish hue to it.
Very important and eagle_2 will appreciate that he is not alone with this issue. This visible blooming/clouding only happens when the set is warmed up. If you turn your set on and immediately watch the scene you will not see any blooming/clouding. So please warm your setup up first. Starting the episode from the beginning will work fine. I’m begging my AVS friends here to give this a try. I’m only asking to watch 10 minutes of a show (preferably in a dark room) and report what you saw. I really don’t want to return a perfectly good set.
Current gear: UN65JS8500 (Main TV), M40-C2(Guestroom TV), I1D3(Using HCFR)
Retired: TH-50PX80U, M55-C2 (Returned)
Duds: 2x XBR-65X930D(bent frame, 3D unwatchable and clouding), P65-C1(3x Yellow banding, dead pixels), UN65JS8500(blue bleed) UN60J6200 (Returned, dead pixels), M65-C1(3x Defective units, all dead pixel and yellow banding)