Originally Posted by GordonFreeman
Thanks for your replies!
I have attached a picture of a white screen on my 9100 below. To thadoggfather - I agree with you. The 930V has a more premium feel to it, I've tried 3 of these myself and they feel much more deluxe than 9100. Just look at the way they are packaged, the 930V accessories come in cool black boxes, the 9100 ones in plastic bags.
My problem with the 930V has been that they have had very much green tint. The green tint in the middle is much more annoying to me than the red one, but I'm wondering if maybe my 9100 is too red. What do you think about the picture?
By the way, I'm not asking for a white pic to be rude and "ask for proof" hehe
Sorry if it seems like it, it is much more about that we see tint in different ways. I think most users look for tint in normal content and won't find any, but if we are a bit more critical we can find it when there is a lot of white in the picture, like on a white wall or in a snowy landscape.
As I said please see my 9100 picture and help me decide if I should keep this or try to get a better one. I like the picture a lot but I can still see the red in many movies, like Lord of the rings Return of the king the city Minas Tirith is shifting from white to red across my TV
No worries you are not being rude at all, maybe later I can take a screenshot just to show you a comparison if you wish over PM but I just don't want to open the door to criticism since I'm so happy with what I now have, why fix what isn't broken by my perceptions? I'm on cloud 9 right now
I'm positive my panel could be nitpicked, but from viewing a bunch of difficult content last night, and seeing the banding on those grey scenes, it looks SO MUCH better than my 9100 did and more subtle rather than in your face.
And no obvious color shift that draws attention to my eye and takes away from focusing on the scene that I'm watching, what was the more annoying issue.
And from that pic, it looks really similar to how my 9100 set was except on the right instead of left. Personally, it would bother me.
It's hard to see 'un-see' issues, once you've spotted them. especially and particularly with real content, not just a blank screen.
What drives me nuts, most of all with a pink tint on the side, is the color shift when scenes pan. You can hone in on objects and faces that go from looking neutral to maroon-y.
But, if it really doesn't bother you, not dealing with exchange/return/warranty swaps endlessly, is time well saved