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I just got a 52" Toshiba Regza and there is slight clouding(backlight bleeding) in the corners and a little in the center of the screen. It is only really noticeable when the completely black or when credits are rolling. Its not really a problem, just more annoying than anything else, seeing that i paid alot for it. Tomorrow is my last day to return it. Is it common enough in Regza's that i would just be rolling a dice returning it for another? I spent a couple hours calibrating it and setting it up and really dont want to go through all that again, not to mention hauling it back to the store. Im just at a loss as to what i should do. Thanks
 

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its a pretty common problem not only with VA panel Toshiba models but with other brands on the market today like sony and samsung.


returning it for another one could result in a better,worse or the same but i doubt you will end up with one completely free of the problem.
 

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In my opinion the biggest lcd problem,i 'solved' this by only using a part of the screen

(14:9 viewing)and when watching movies in the dark i cover up the upper side (black bars)of the screen ,


I own a 46xbr8,i can see the clouding and leaking but only because my eyes are kind of trained,most owners can not see it,

this has to do with xbr8's great blacks and 46/55xbr8's LED Dynamic Control.


Bring it back and buy another flatscreen at the same store that gives you a some time to look for a better model also plasma could be a option(lcd and plasma are not perfect!).

Before you buy another flatscreen be better informed.
 
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