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LG 37LG3000 black problem

The Eggman72

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Hi peeps have bought the 37LG3000 today and am happy with the set picture is awesome for the price (360/Hd DVDs and blurays) but blacks in one corner the <<<< left it seem to be a little lighter(a light whiteish tinge not alot.. noticed this on my NEC pc lcd too)than the other is this common on lcds due to them not be to great with blacks ??..any one got a guide to setting it up correctly settings etc...Any help much appreciated I know what a helpful knowledge able lot you are..Thanks
 
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J4CK DANIELS

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Hi peeps have bought the 37LG3000 today and am happy with the set picture is awesome for the price (360/Hd DVDs and blurays) but blacks in one corner the <<<< left it seem to be a little lighter(a light whiteish tinge not alot.. noticed this on my NEC pc lcd too)than the other is this common on lcds due to them not be to great with blacks ??..any one got a guide to setting it up correctly settings etc...Any help much appreciated I know what a helpful knowledge able lot you are..Thanks
Not much you can do about this i'm afraid, its called backlight bleed and it can sometimes be seen from the side of the LCD panel where the module meets the front bezel, the diffusers for the CCFL can sometimes not be the greatest of quality and you get slight imperfections at the edges. it's something all LCD's can suffer from but the more you pay the less likely of it happening!!.....:thumbsdow
 

The Eggman72

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Nature of the beast then :) picture is still awesome on it for the money ........Not really noticeable tbh Ive heard its even on some of the big brands it's the nature of the technology..
 
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