Originally Posted by dsinger
^ IMO if you can't see the dead pixels from your normal seating distance don't worry about it. Looking for perfection in a TV, even an expensive one, is like looking for perfection in a woman, your not going to find it and the TV costs a lot less!
LOL yes you're right.
Originally Posted by Ken Ross
You may not want to hear this, but yes, you are overly critical IMO. No other 940c owner has ever had the experience you've had on this thread.
It is highly unlikely that anyone can see a stuck or dead pixel on a UHD TV from a typical viewing distance...unless you're Superman. Heck, I might even have a stuck or dead pixel, but I have never examined any of my displays with my nose pressed up against the screen. If that was the case I would never have kept any of the plasmas I've owned because of dithering. That issue is obvious when you're on top of a plasma, but at viewing distance it can rarely be seen.
I'm not being critical of you, but you asked for an opinion and I'm giving you mine. Over the years it's been easy for me to see who will never be satisfied with their displays, since those folks swap display after display after display. I'm sorry, but there is simply no such thing as perfection. If the picture looks great to me at typical viewing distances, that's all that matters to me. One, two or three dead/stuck pixels I can't see from my couch? I don't care.
Ok maybe you're right and maybe I am too critical.
But if you have bought a 12 cylinder Ferrari, and there are working only 11 cilinders,will you leave it by that,ore will you that they fix it?
Because i think you do'nt notice,and with 11 cillinders it brings you also from point A to point B.
I am awhere,i am (very) definitely a perfectionist, but I thought that I had right to speak when there are dead pixels in one of the most expensive TVs at this time.
I therefore believe that I have to go accept the dead pixels in a very expensive tv.
It is against my way of thinking, fortunately I love the brilliant image quality otherwise I sure no accepted.