Re: 40ES5500k Backlight Bleeding
An explanation that was offered to me was that there is pressured exerted by the packing on the edges of the TV. While this is necessary to hold the TV firmly in place so that it won't be damaged during transport, it is also can possibly effect the image initially. The period of time has to do with giving the TV time to fully "relax" if you will. The other two recommendations are just to get customers to turn down the light so the effect isn't as bad during that time.
However, I'd like to switch up gears here. Our LEDs are really good and getting better at producing blacks, but an LED TV right now with the technology we have is never going to match the blacks that a plasma is going to have. So at the end of the day, you're going to have to accept some trade off of getting a LED versus getting a plasma. Hopefully, the OLEDs we have rolling out this year will help eliminate some of that.