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@Wizziwig any preference for the Sony?

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This is from LG 55B7A.

I haven?t really seen anything like this in other pics from this thread. What does the weird dark area that almost has a ripple look to it mean?
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Is this banding in this photo?



See the darker columns? What is that?

This is from a Sony A1E. Is there anything that can be done to get rid of this? Will calibration help this? If it is banding, how does it rate in severity? Is this a bad case of banding or just a typical case?

I don't know if those darker columns are related, but in darker scenes when content pans I often notice a gray "smear" over the image. What should appear as a lighter shade of black often appears like a gray smear. It is driving me nuts. I'm wondering if it is being introduced by Sony's processing or whether it's a panel issue.

I have all processing turned off (no motion, no ACE, nothing). I calibrated the "basic stuff" (brightness, contrast, etc) with Spears & Munsil HD Benchmark.The TV only has about 50 hours on it so far. I am using HDMI port 1 at 60fps, and all content is 1080p or 1080i. The issue has appeared so far on Netflix streaming, Oppo DVD, and broadcast TV.
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Still getting my b7a setup but here is my panel with 20 hours on it. I attached the 5 and 10 % slides. The camera makes it more noticble, as I can?t see the bands at all in content. There is slight yellowing on the left side. I am still in my return window, and am curious is this panel good, bad or representative of what we have come to expect. I love the tv and don?t want to trade it in for something with less yellowing and more bands or vice versa.
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@Wizziwig any preference for the Sony?

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Cinema Pro preset. I think most of the defaults are already set correctly but just in case, the settings attached are supposed to produce ~120nits brightness with 2.4 gamma. That should match the brightness and gamma of the LG sets with the settings above. I've seen a few reviews measure the Sony a bit low (~100nits) with these settings so maybe bump XDR up to the lowest level from off. You can probably check with yours if XDR has any major effect on banding like OLED Light on LG.

Also, be sure to also add a note that pictures should be taken in a dark room with lights off. If possible, rest camera against a solid surface to reduce blurring.
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Anyone here with a 65" without any tinting? I'm really trying to figure out if the tinting is widespread on the 65" or that we are just unlucky few
I can't say how common it is but it's definitely not universal (unlike vertical banding). When I was at Cedia back in September, I specifically looked for this on all of the display models at LG's booth. They had every model and size. If you watched the demo loop long enough, there were a few full screen white or gray segments and none of the sets exhibited any major tinting. Obviously we don't know how many sets LG had to reject to come up with these perfect show floor samples.

I also posted some pics somewhere in this thread from hdtvtest side-by-side youtube testing of a couple 65" B7s. Hard to say if it was a camera limitation but no visible tinting was apparent on either of their samples. Not sure if they got those at retail or review samples from LG. Their E7 review sample from LG also had decent white uniformity.
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Hi all,

I got my LG 65" B7 OLED last week and have noticed under a few circumstances this "vignetting" effect. I was only watching the Punisher series on Netflix so I thought it was a problem with the programming but after watching Walking Dead last night I noticed it majorly there. Had no idea what to google until I found this thread so thanks to all of you for the awesome insights and help.

This is what my tv looks like with a 5% gray on it. I have tried other colors and can't really see anything. The main point of contention is the black vertical line about 2/3 to the right of the TV. Do you think this is within normal bounds for the TV or should I return it? I basically have this weekend to return and replace it, or just return it. Any thoughts?
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I agree that reviewers are being less than forthcoming of how obvious these bands can be seen in content
Yeah my vertical bands are nonexistent in content, it's the yellow tint that is blatantly obvious on scenes (snow/hockey/football/etc.) and the size of those yellow areas that are distracting. Hope the yellow tint goes away with the future set to be delivered but am having a hard time staying positive on that with the screenshots here. Love absolutely everything else about the TV.
Even in torture tests you don't see bands? Ex: Marco Polo s1:e3 from 14:00-16:00

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I have noticed that the "clear panel noise" function works better after the self triggered compensation cycles of 4 hrs, with each small auto triggered compensation cycle the banding become worse and worse and when the banding is totally horrible because of the small compensations cycles if I make a long "clear panel noise" the panel get noticeably better with less banding, If I activate a one "clear panel noise" after another the panel doesn't get much better. Does anyone know how to disable the auto compensation cycles on the hidden service menu on the LG?
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I think most if not all 65" B7/C7 have the yellow/pink tint issues. 55" also have the yellow tint but it is usually in extremely small area, usually horizontal but you really have to look for it to see it and in my opinion that level of tint on 55" is acceptable.

But the tint on 65" is much more consistent, prominent and visible. It is unacceptable specially at this price point.
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Got my 2nd 65 B7P, so far looks promising compared to the first one. First pic is 2nd panel (August build), second pic is first panel that went back (September build).

I have about 20 hours on it and I don't see any bands during content with the new panel, unless I look hard for it. The pic make it seem worse than it actually is.
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Any tint on yours?
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Any tint on yours?
yup yellow tint on on the left edge of the panel. First panel had yellow tint on the left side as well but not on the edge.
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Cinema Pro preset. I think most of the defaults are already set correctly but just in case, the settings attached are supposed to produce ~120nits brightness with 2.4 gamma. That should match the brightness and gamma of the LG sets with the settings above. I've seen a few reviews measure the Sony a bit low (~100nits) with these settings so maybe bump XDR up to the lowest level from off. You can probably check with yours if XDR has any major effect on banding like OLED Light on LG.

Also, be sure to also add a note that pictures should be taken in a dark room with lights off. If possible, rest camera against a solid surface to reduce blurring.
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Wanted to chime in - it's been a few months since I originally posted in this thread. I'm on my third panel, and I figured I'd post what my first looked like and what my third looks like. I gave up on the perfect panel - I think it's basically a unicorn at this point, but I am happy with my current situation. I play video games about 70% of the time on my OLED, and I could not be happier (although I do wish HDR Game Mode was brighter). The rest of the time is spent watching "4K" on Netflix and the like and there are no complaints.
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Anyone here with a 65" without any tinting? I'm really trying to figure out if the tinting is widespread on the 65" or that we are just unlucky few
Not here. the only 65" I tried had the common issue of pee stain on the left. Besides that (showed up in content, easily), almost half the screen had a decidely magenta cast when viewing white screens. Made scenes with a lot of snow look awful. I'm too chicken to try another panel at this time. Maybe in 2018, but given how many complaints about the 65's there are, I'm not super-hopeful 2018 is going to provide better uniformity. LG should have resolved this by 2016 at the latest, IMO.

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No one answered my question above but I'm wondering if I should return it and try and replace it or go through LG warranty? Or just live with it.
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I wouldn't with such a dark and wide band.
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I'm actually looking forward to going back to my zt60 65".... it's like the girlfriend that's cute and cooks for you and folds your laundry and has great conversations but just isn't at that level of slutty hot like the oled with herpes
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No one answered my question above but I'm wondering if I should return it and try and replace it or go through LG warranty? Or just live with it.
In my opinion , anyone who is not completely satisfied and happy with the tv. should demand a Return/exchange untill u are satisfied, that is the only way we can make LG. and other manufacturers understand!
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i'm actually looking forward to going back to my zt60 65".... It's like the girlfriend that's cute and cooks for you and folds your laundry and has great conversations but just isn't at that level of slutty hot like the oled with herpes
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I'm actually looking forward to going back to my zt60 65".... it's like the girlfriend that's cute and cooks for you and folds your laundry and has great conversations but just isn't at that level of slutty hot like the oled with herpes
I wish if i have had that option, i would be going back to my panasonic VT60 with a heartbeat , but i have regrattebly sold it prior to buying the LG. 65C7V , those Cute and trusty obeying girlfriend are very hard to come by these days
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Here is my 65B7. Panel has around 650 hours on it. Pics are with bias lighting on and off.
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'Famous' scenes from Marco Polo S01E03 15:00 in Dolby Vision, oled light 50 (but still really dark scenes, even darker than on the pics), contrast 100, brightness 50.

Interestin how my Galaxy S6 camera always sees better and more, in real life this is almost invisible, nothing to be worried about, only the right fat bar barely stand out to your eyes

This good?
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So about my tinting. There is a very visible shift towards yellow on the left 5cm of the screen. But I have a feeling the rest of the screen is pretty uniform. To be honest, I even have a hard time spotting it on a pure white screen (apart from the left). Just checked the interstellar bluray, and doesn't look too bad. At least not like something jumps out as being too yellow (apart from using warm2 which is yellow in itself). But it looked pretty uniform.

Where it does look very (very!) bad is in black/white movies, like Shindler's List on netflix, or a documentary I downloaded recently (The Vietnam War). That docu has a lot of bw (old) footage and boy it does look bad.

So I'm still unsure if mine is as bad as I think, since it's pretty ok in all other content except black/white movies. Soccer pitch has a slight shift in warmth on the left, but I can live with that.

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So does this look very bad, or it this really quite normal?
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'Famous' scenes from Marco Polo S01E03 15:00 in Dolby Vision, oled light 50 (but still really dark scenes, even darker than on the pics), contrast 100, brightness 50.

Interestin how my Galaxy S6 camera always sees better and more, in real life this is almost invisible, nothing to be worried about, only the right fat bar barely stand out to your eyes

This good?
Looks pretty good, even a little better than the panel here I think, just checked that scene in M. Polo and compared with my S6.

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So about my tinting. There is a very visible shift towards yellow on the left 5cm of the screen. But I have a feeling the rest of the screen is pretty uniform. To be honest, I even have a hard time spotting it on a pure white screen (apart from the left). Just checked the interstellar bluray, and doesn't look too bad. At least not like something jumps out as being too yellow (apart from using warm2 which is yellow in itself). But it looked pretty uniform.

Where it does look very (very!) bad is in black/white movies, like Shindler's List on netflix, or a documentary I downloaded recently (The Vietnam War). That docu has a lot of bw (old) footage and boy it does look bad.

So I'm still unsure if mine is as bad as I think, since it's pretty ok in all other content except black/white movies. Soccer pitch has a slight shift in warmth on the left, but I can live with that.

So does this look very bad, or it this really quite normal?
How many hours you have on your panel? Your yellow tint does not look as bad as some.

I noticed in the last few weeks that the yellow tint on left side is fading rapidly.

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No way to check hours on eu model. Bought the tv sept 2nd and I suppose at least 5hrs/day usage. So around 500hrs.
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No way to check hours on eu model. Bought the tv sept 2nd and I suppose at least 5hrs/day usage. So around 500hrs.
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