- Jan 10, 2002
So I just shelled the big bucks for a new Samsung HLN567W DLP HDTV. However, I've been watching some DVDs back and there seems to be something odd happening. In the background, I think mostly when there's different shades of lighting, the picture doesn't blend them seamlessly together and instead creates blocky seperate shades that are really annoying and distracting. Does this have to do with my TV? Is it just the way my DLP is? Is it the DVD player? What's going on? The fact that it can't reproduce black blacks is bad enough but with this too I'm not 100% sure it was worth the money I paid for it. Anyone know how to fix this? Also, I'm having a weird thing where I can see the pixels in solid color areas. This is especially noticable when watching animation like Family Guy on DVD or Angels in America's opening credits with the clouds. Is there a way I can fix this either?