Originally Posted by thatsreality
Have you guys messed around with all of the settings? Looks like you can only get into everything via the Roku remote app. I do remember at least 1 review talking about changing the local dimming from high to medium and vice versa for certain movies. Was assuming it needed changing for certain action films or even darker movies. Back light bleed isn't something I wanna suffer through. Hoping it's something with the settings and perhaps even a firmware update will fix it soon.
Yes I have messed around with settings, you can set the dimming to high and it really does not change the light bleed. With this being said while watching content the light bleed is almost non existent. So if you want to look at a sold black screen you will see some but otherwise I think it will be fine.
Originally Posted by Crimson_Flam3s
How are the blacks on yours? Compared to my ks8500, overall contrast and black uniformity seems worst.. You have one to compare to as well lol
Blacks are very impressing for a 600.00 set. The Roku interface is great and menu for setup is good also. I am not however able to find Directv Now apk for some reason and I have it on my other Roku boxes here.
I watched Battleship last night off vudu and it looked very good without me doing to many color tweaks. I also streamed a little of Superman vs Batman in UHD on Vudu and the Dolby Vision settings kicked in.
I will post more thoughts and update the main topic here with my findings as I spend a little more time with the set.
Current Sets: Sony XBR65A9F Master Series, Sony XBR75X940C, Sony XBR75X940D, Samsung UN65KS9800, TCL 65R617
Previous Sets: Samsung Q9FN, Sony XBR65X930D, XBR65X900B, XBR49X830C, Samsung KS8000, KU6500, UN55KS8500, UN49JS8500, JS9000, JU7090, JU6500, JU6400, HU9000, HU7250, PN64F8500, Vizio P65, LG 65EF9500, LG 55EC9300, Hisense 55H8C, TCL P-Series (55P607)