Originally Posted by Yappadappadu
Btw. did you try any gaming yet?
And most importantly I'd like to know what the TV looks like when displaying a full white screen. Do you see any pink or green tints? That's a pretty big issue on last year's 55EC930.
I tried a few minutes of gaming, but I am nervous to put any static image on the screen for more than a few minutes until I hit 100+ hours. Image retention is slightly less of a problem than on plasma, but I've already encountered it a little bit just poking around in the picture setting menus.
There is no pixel orbiter option or white scrolling bar on this TV, which is mind boggling for something that is prone to image retention and burn-in
. One thought that occurred to me is that since the pixels are White, Red, Green, Blue, a white scrolling bar probably would not activate the RGB sub-pixels. We need a scrolling rainbow to fight image retention
As for color uniformity, white is solid when viewed from roughly the center of the screen. If I move far to the left or right, however, there is an almost imperceptible
shift toward blue on one side and green on the other. I think that is inherent to any curved screen though?