I had my XG9505 for a week now and there is really only one thing that bothers me but it bothers me a lot. It's the rainbow effect which you can see (at least I can, I'm really sensitive to it) with anything bright or white like text or logos or bright lights moving on a black background. I can also see this just when blinking with my eyes or do any head movements. I see this mostly on VA panels, some have it less with which I'm ok but some have it more and it's killing me. IPS has it even less unless you turn on dynamic contrast to the highest setting. Anyone seeing this, I'm really sensitive to this.
I had this on my 11 year old Philips 37" TV and a two year newer 40" model didn't had it, it had but barely noticable.
My 49XE9005 also has a lot less of this, just like the last Philips, not much more then an IPS panels, XF had just little more but didn't bother me while XG has a lot of it like the very old Philips, strange because it uses exactly the same VA panel as XF. I'm wondering if OLED TV's have this, I never experienced an OLED in a home environment that's why I'm really tempt to try it
It's such a shame because I love everything else about this TV.
Last edited by skyform; 12-06-2019 at 03:25 AM.