Sorry, I've tried to search a little.. I have just gotten my new 75" model.
I watch a lot of anime, that means a lot of solid colors and clean gradients. I get A LOT of DSE on that content. Like it's pretty much the entire panel shifting colors light/dark when panning. First question: If I send this TV back, is there a chance of less? Or is this panel prone to DSE in general? I know 75" and 82" are more prone to it in general as the panels spiral more and more out of control as they get bigger. But have any of you guys got a 75" that doesn't exhibit TOO much DSE? I briefly had a Q6 82" that had the CLEANEST panel I've ever seen like.. omfg. Too bad that TV is bunk in any other way.. At least the 82" exhibited really bad update rates with black on white content, like in snow and such. I legit saw ghosting for the first time in 10 years. BACK YOU GO TELEVISION! So I landed on the Q8 and it's insanely better - except the DSE. I'm worried the FALD enabled televisions perhaps just doesn't do as good as edge lit at this point, but I can't say for sure since the difference in the 75" Q8 and 82" Q6 was so outspoken.
Second thing: I have a white line of light, at the top of the screen. This is visible on certain colors, and "lightens" the color. It's around 1cm thick and it's very annoying. It's horizontal, and it's.. Subtle, to say the least, but alas, it's there. And it's annoying. And I don't think this is how the panel is intended to handle light. It most certainly doesn't have it at the bottom or on the sides.. I'll have to send this one back and get a new one, at least I reckon that will clear this annoying horizontal line of light.. I'm more interested in the DSE part of things, see if that also improves, cause at this point, I'm pretty sure it couldn't really get any worse from what it is now.
There.. I jinxed it.
Any experiences with DSE will be appreciated. And no, I can't capture the light at the top of the panel as it's too subtle for the camera to pick up - sorry.
Merry Christmas and a happy New Year to you all!