Question Clouding

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  1. Boniek

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    Hi, does any1 have any experience with LG 55UJ634V model?
    I got it for few weeks and there is noticeable clouding in corners, is it normal or consider this as a fault?
    I tried different settings and sources, nothing really helps.
    I just wana mention that TV backlight is direct-lid led.
     

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    Hi Well yes and no ...

    IPS pannel by nature are not generally great with dark rooms to be honest and that all Manufacturers Samsung Sony LG ect .It's not a fault at all its just a technological limitation as such .

    Clouding can happen .It can be mild or can be aggressive .

    This also goes for ''light bleed '' .

    This is what's so called ''Pannel lottery ''.

    Being a Direct- lite pannel you should get any light bleed full stop as it's being lite up from behind as or being edge lite .

    Blooming or Clouding from what I understand genrally happens when the screen is screwed very tight to the main chaise of the TV or presses very hard agents it and pushes the led strips well something like that anyway .Light bleed happens in a similar way .

    It looks quite agressive amount their you can get that pannel swapped out for another one under your warranty that's your weight .

    So hopefully the next pannel you get it won't be as bad .It's no way a garenty!

    Some folks have tried various ways to smoothen clouding out by rubbing the screen with a microfirbe cloth all over the screen ...

    Anyway get it swapped out best option .

    I have a LG SJ model it's edge lite but from top and bottom so no light bleed at all and clouding is down to a minimum it also has local dimming as well .It's not perfect but it's nothing as bad as what you have show it performs pretty dam well for a edge lite pannel ...[emoji111] [emoji6]
     
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    That's terrible even for a edge lit display, if you want to reduce this issue I would send it back go for a FALD lcd like the sony xe90.
    I could never enjoy a film with backlight bleed.
     
  4. Boniek

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    Thanks guys for clarify this, and yes its not a nice to watch TV like that.
    The best came this afternoon after I spoke with LG customer service, guy there was trying to tell me that is normal, they build TV like that for some kind of safety to prevent overheating a backlight :facepalm:(I totally laughed at him).
    I will contact Knowhow tommorow, cause LG 1st line of customer service is some kind of joke.
     
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    That's Utta crap ! Even for LG to say that .

    IPS pannels can suffer a bit but nothing ad bad as what you have displayed .

    Deffo get that swapped out asap with your warrety.

    Good luck mate
     

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