Rainbow effect on LCD TV - LE40N73BDX

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    I have just purchased a Samsung LE40N73BDX.
    On scenes high contrast scenes the rainbow effect is clearly visible!


    I have always chosen LCD for my projectors [currently a Panasonic PT-AE700] as I am very susceptible to this effect & find it very off putting.
    I am gutted to see it on my LCD TV though! How on earth can this be?

    A close look at the screen reveals what looks like individual RGB pixels per each main pixel i.e. 1366 * 768 * 3

    If the individual components [RGB] are created separately then this could explain it.
    I have just emailed Samsung UK to see what they have to say.

    All other LCD TV’s I have viewed seem to have single pixels & do not display any rainbow effect. This is the first LCD I have seen close up that is 40” though so perhaps it is a size thing?

    Anyone else seeing the rainbow effect on their LCD TV?
    If you are susceptible to this effect I suggest you don’t but this set.
     

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