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Grid pattern visible on homogeneous brighter images

(Topic created on: 08-02-2021 01:49 PM)
JoelBy
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I have just bought a 65” Q95T and it has been used for two days. I really like the tv in general, but it’s just this one thing that bugs me out completely. 
In brighter and rather homogeneous pictures I can clearly see an underlying grid pattern. It is hard to capture it on my phone, but I attach some pictures where it’s kind of visible. The pictures are showing the ambient mode.
I suspect this pattern to be related to the FALD grid. 
Is this something intrinsic with the FALD technology and is impossible to hide, or is this a consequence of a faulty diffuser layer or similar?

The first image has reduced brightness to enhance what the eye can see.

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I just didn’t expect this to be a problem on a quite expensive top of the line tv from Samsung. So I ask if it’s a faulty tv rather than a negative consequence of the technology. 

I hope anyone can give me some further information regarding this. 
Thank you!

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