So, what is the deal with the picture being transferred into the glass bezel that surrounds the screen. I'm talking about the glass or plastic bezel that frames the screen ~ the one that encompasses the touch of color.
The more I have read about it in different forums, the more I realize that it is not just a problem with my tv, it is problematic with all 7 series, well, at least the 46 and 52's.
It's a little irriatating, and way more so in a dark room. If the inner edge of that bezel or frame was not clear, it would not allow the picture to travel through that glass to the edges of the bezel.
Please give me some information on this, if you could.
The picture of this tv (ln52a750) is incredible. I love the way the tv looks as well, but this leaking of the picture to the edges makes no sense to me.
What is Samsung's official take on this issue?????
I recently purchased the 52" 7 Series, and the picture is fantastic. My issue though is with the picture bleeding into the bezeled edges on all sides of the tv. I have read other posting of others having this problem, so I know I am not the only one experiencing it.
I chatted online today with a rep from the Samsung website, and he told me that the picture should not be bleeding into the bezel (clarification: ultra clear panel). He told me to exchange the tv (purchased from BB).
What is your take on this issue. I love the tv, but I don't think I can live with this issue, and I don't want to go through all of the trouble to exchange it, only to have the replacement have the same issue.