Originally Posted by zombie10k
my 2nd RS600 is a solid A in this area but I've seen other RS600's (mostly early production) that weren't as well as a few RS500's.
I have been told that bright corners may be linked to units that have superior contrast . I have a friend that attended a JVC in-house style workshop, they are seeing a strong connection between units that
have higher than average native contrast and bright corners.
My RS600 had bright corners. Well, I wouldn't use the word bright, not sure who came up with that . It's a subtle non uniformity at the corners really but certainly noticeable by the naked eye. I could not see
anything visually on a movie that would distract, I'm sure a uniformity test would have easily picked it up though .
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