Yes, I agree and it is one of the reasons I returned mine. The focus seems to be black levels and to achieve that brightness is sacrificed. Also surprised that this isn't really mentioned in review but still by actual users. I found it distracting that the image was a bit to "active".First of all, all of the auto brightness and contrast settings are off. Intelligence and eco settings all disabled. However my TV still decides to auto dim itself and I really don’t understand why
Incredibly frustrated by auto global dimming and being unable to turn it off without going through hoops and degrading the picture. I bought this $1600 TV for gaming purposes and it feels useless.
For some reason the TV likes to dim itself when in dark scenes during gameplay. That makes absolutely no sense. If you change your Game console to PC it doesn’t happen, but the image looks washed out and you don’t have many settings unlocked to fix it.
It’s outrageous that no reviews I’ve ever read has brought this up. Ive seen now that this has been a ‘feature’ on Samsung TVs for several years. It used to be called CE Dimming. I’ve read it’s due to something called PWM, and if you go in the service menu, risking voiding your warranty and breaking the TV, you can change a few values to 100 to fix it. Really insane you have to do that. I don’t even know how to get into the service menu for the 2020 model
Samsung TVs I’ve searched but all the button combos are for older models.
Now, this does not make it a bad TV, far from it. I am still impressed with what Samsung has done with the Q90T/Q95T considering the strengths and weaknesses of LCD (like all other display tech).
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