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Motion blur on my 42lg6000

I have recently bought an 42lg6000 lcd tv and i have noticed that on fast moving images (football, or even just a person turning around) there is a blur around the image, sometimes it looks like heat waves coming from the image. this happens on hd programs and blu ray movies but also on regular films. do you know what causes this. and what would be the best tv settings be to resolve this. Thank you for your help.

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  • addison99 Feb 01, 2009

    as in the last post I have recently purchased the 42LG6000 I have noticed that I get a haze and bluring around moving images.



    How can I stop this happening I went for this model as it had 100hz to prevent bluring.



    Have LG a firmware available to fix this or is the screen not setup correctly?

  • Anonymous May 11, 2009

    I have the same problem!!!! HELP!!!!

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I'm assuming that yoou guys have selected the appropriate video mode (cinema, sport etc....)?

Have you tried experimenting with the trumotion settings in the advanced area of the display menu.

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