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Horizontal movement i have found with horizontal moving objects across the screen images become harsh or slightly blured

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Your eyes are noticing that the screen refresh is only 60 times a second, and this is normal for the most part. The increased resolution on this set really shine, but only for "vertical count" as the scan frequency is still 60 HZ...accordianman

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