I see blooming on a YouTube test in large sections lighting up at bottom of screen for a small moving square. Not sure if that's normal within an unfair black screen test or shouldn't be that bad, as its not noticible during actual tv images.I have had it for over a month now, JL offered me 699 after my Nu8700 developed a screen fault after only 2yrs. Just paid the difference for the 55U7QF. In terms of motion handling and judder, not as apparent as on my previous 55nu8700.
It's there, don't get me wrong, but for the price of the unit... I was expecting it not to be.
4K and HDR look fantastic. Bit of blooming in the extremely dark scenes - for example on Stranger Things, where Eleven is in the black water... But my ambient lighting behind the TV minimises it if I'm honest and it doesn't draw your eyes.
It's snappy, it's quick, I've had no issues with the remote and the TV itself, looks lovely.
Happy with mine.
I see alot about this ambient lighting, what does it do? Is it worth it and how do i set it up in the back of tv?