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Old 10-12-2012, 12:09 AM   #28
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Someone in another thread who works for a lamp company said that THEIR "white" LEDs often have pink, green or blue hues, even though they should be white. While these are diffent types of LEDs (maybe?), it could be that the LEDs are the real culprits, and the light guides below the screen just accentuate the hues that are less noticeable when looking straight at the light sources. You guys know how a crystal/prism reflects sun rays? Maybe the same is happening to our screens BECAUSE OF the revolutionary technology.
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