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Does Samsung have a fix for the "green push" problem?

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by jedi55, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. jedi55

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    Hi,
    Does Samsung have a fix for the "green push" problem?
    Does the LE32R51BD LCD suffer from the same problem?

    Thanks
     
  2. chriszzzzzz

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    Mine has no green push problems or any other problems. So they must be faulty sets?? :D
     
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    Yep!

    Pretend it aint there, same as everyone else on the forum LOL

    p.s got my replacement screen today, came preloaded with the new software already (eliminates tearing)!

    nice one!
     
  4. chriszzzzzz

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    So the green push was a faulty set then, not someone ignoring it??? :D
     
  5. Doctor Hades

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    Well my LE-26R41BD doesn't have any noticeable "green push" either. Face tones on my TV look completely natural to me and don't look greenish at all. I've never heard anyone else (outside the forum that is!) say it was either.

    I think it's probably a case of people's eyes being more perceptible to it than others or poorly factory-tuned TVs rather than it being a fault though.
     

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