You passed the last times recommending this set everyone enter here, finally, you return it.Hisense seem to think the red ghosting is normal I'm glad it's going back to Costco tomorrow. This is what they said
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This has been looked in to further and has been explained that redness and blurring is a natural phenomenon that occurs in darker and faster moving scenes due to the way light is emitted from the LEDs though the quantum panel. I would recommend adjusting the brightness and contrast settings as this should help to reduce the effects of this however this would be considered within specification.
If they can get a set without the red ghosting I would still recommend it as without it it's a really good tv.I don't see it a lot but I can't stop looking for it every time I watch something and Hisense said it's normal when it isn't and won't fix it so I have to send it backYou passed the last times recommending this set everyone enter here, finally, you return it.
For this is why I tell you several times that you are not making a favour to the people that enter here looking for advise.
And yes, as I said several times, hisense aftersales services is a joke, they know perfectly that the 2020 qled models are faulty, but they never will recognise it, and will do nothing, I'm glad you open your eyes.
If you don't see or have the red ghosting you have a really good tv and the best in it's price range by farFrom my personal point of view, I like my telly and it gives a good picture for the price I paid (£840).
It's far from being perfect, but I don't think any TV would be. But I still enjoy watching and still recommend it. Cheers
That isn't normal. I haven't had that happen with mineHi guys, I have a quick question regarding turning the TV on/off
I have just bought the 65" and if I put the TV in to standby mode it will not come back on unless I unplug it from the wall and plug it back in again. Is this a problem or am I doing something wrong? cheers
Take a look at the Sony XH90Thanks I have returned the TV. Now I am trying to decide do I get the same TV again or is there something better out there for my budget of £1200. I Want 4K HDR and 65"