A few hours ago, I was playing a game in the dark (The game was in the dark), so there were many dark scenes with a lot of black. None of the blacks I saw really seemed like a true black, or anything like what is advertised in an LED screen. I looked around on the internet and so on, and ran into discussions of light bleeding, and a so called IPS Glow at certain angles. I however was sitting perhaps 2 feet from the screen at an angle no more than 10-20 degrees off square on. When I pulled up a completely black image on the screen and turned off the lights, there was very noticeable light bleeding, and at no angle could I find a color I could call "black", at worst, it was what I could call...light charcoal. Unfortunately I dont have a proper camera just now, I can try get a good picture tomorrow, but here is an image taken with my ipod for now (It's less than ideal, and the glow is definitely emphasized, but it gets the message across).
So far as I can tell, that's light bleed, and fairly bad, but I want to check with you lot, and get your opinion on whether I could get an RMA for that, because honestly its intrusive to my experience, and far from what I expected from an LED screen.
Edited by Tomha - 9/15/13 at 6:15am