Originally Posted by jmpage2
Saw my first example of the magenta tint on the lower left side of the screen today while watching the desert episode of Planet Earth II. It was pretty noticeable with the sepia desert tones displayed on screen. I have not noticed it in other content.
Not sure if it will get a little better as the panel ages but it is somewhat disappointing to be seeing these artifacts in a $5200+ television. My circa 2011 Panasonic plasma had a pretty much perfectly uniform gray screen.
Guess in order to get the phenomenal PQ these sets are capable of some trade offs are still necessary.
Sorry to hear that. At least you got a good deal on yours lol
I do not have any tinting, but mine, as briefly mentioned, has a dead pixel causing a permanent light and dark vertical band that shows in a lot of content. Working with LG to do a panel swap (unfortunately just panel not whole set) and I believe they thought my pics were good enough to make the call to order it. The tech was supposed to come Friday but I got a not so detailed phone call from a lady at their service center saying he ordered the part and we could just schedule the repair (eventually) and he wouldn't need to come to check it first.
I wish I could have talked to him direct to make sure he still tries to get a power supply too as the buzzing is not acceptable.
If all goes well, hopefully the replacement won't have tinting instead
I did not post photos on here of the issue because I do not want LG to claim I stole them from the internet (as they tried to do in the past).
I can post once my issues are resolved.
I have not been having good luck as my theater seats also got directed to California instead of NY and have taken 3 weeks extra now...they brought someone's seats from CA to my house....
At least I quickly got my replacement amp for my one BP9060 that was DOA and my soundsystem sounds great. Been enjoying Hans Zimmer live in Prague blu Ray with Atmos. Oled eye candy too.