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Is there the same issue with the qn85. Might just bring this thing back and get the higher model. hate to spend all this money on a tv and have an issue with the picture quality.
You got your answer from Caleb. If the problem appears on all sources and with the picture test then it's broke. Otherwise "consider the source".
No it's not a picture quality issue with the Model you bought. It's broke.
And no, not all edge-lit or backlit TVs are prone to such. Yours is broke.
I figured that. I only stream so my source is the TV. Im within my 30 days of purchasing it so Im just going to bring it back. I was thinking about getting the sony x90j. Ive read that it doesnt have the clouding issue like the samsung.