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My tv flutters during sports and fast moving movies

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You'll need to call sony, as this is a problem of a plasma that is very internal.

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If you're using it as a computer monitor, go with the native resolution of 1366 x 768. If you're using it to watch TV, you could choose 720P or 1080i. You probably couldn't tell a difference between the two, but if you watch sports (or fast moving objects), go with 720P.

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When watching fast moving action (particularly sports), there is a lag and the motion of the ball will not be smooth, instead it will flicker.


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I have a samsung lcd 40hdtv model ln40c630 just bought it love it but for some reason live sports like hockey or basketball i seem to get a flash on the screen or i guess a flicker doesnt seem happen...


Do you have a cable box? If so and it is an over the air channel, try viewing the same channel via a antenna and see if it is maybe the cable company. Also, try switching I assume HDMI input, so if it is in slot 1 move it to slot 2 or 3. See if that fixes your problem. Be a trouble shouter, think about maybe even switching cable boxes, or if you are on dish, try a new reciever if possible. It might be the signal or the cable. Sometimes these are hard to track down. Try everything like this first, it will save you hassle when dealing with tech support if you have to take it back to the store. Also, what is your panel type. Another MFG is using V-Panels instead of IPS or S-IPS panels, and that is a problem as they don't last. And is frustrating if you order via mail as you don't know which panel is going to arrive. Look on the side of the box and see if you can tell what kind of panel you have. This could be the problem also other then cheap capicitors, a cheap screen ie China.

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EVERYTHING I WATCH IS MOVING FAST!!!


Darn, that sounds like a time machine!

Whatever it is, though, it's hardly related to the TV if it only shows during movie playback and not in live TV.

I'd look at your player,

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Vizio SV470M, picture is moving too fast


This is often called the "Soap Opera" effect...I had a similar problem and found that changing the settings helped tremendously. Here are the settings I use:
Picture Mode: Movie

Backlight: 18
Brightness: 49
Contrast: 52
Color: 42
Tint: 2
Sharpness: 3

Advanced Video
Noise Reduction: strong
Color enhancement: off
Advanced Adaptive Luma: Off
Enhanced Contrast Rato: off

Color Temperature: Normal
Red: 121
Green: 128
Blue: 118

Smooth Motion Effect: low
Real Cinema Mode: Precision

Also, there's a great thread on the Soap Opera effect here:
http://www.hometheaterforum.com/forum/thread/291611/the-soap-opera-effect-on-modern-displays

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Toshiba 52" REGZA has a grainy picture


There is no easy (read: cheap) solution for this. Especially because your TV is so big, the only thing that will look good on it is something that plays at the very least 720p HD output.

I don't know what your DVD player model is, but you want an upconverting DVD player, and even then, the quality will not be full HD. The only thing that is full 1080p HD on the market today is Blu-Ray, and game consoles like XBox 360 and PS3.

As for the sports, it depends on the TV you bought. If the deal was too good to be true for a 52" TV, you probably got one with a low Hz, or a high refresh rate. This means that the images played don't update quick enough for high motion video like action movies and sports, which is why it's blurry. Mine has a 3ms response time, by comparison.

Hope this helps, please rate me.

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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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The refresh rate of the TV is not fast enough! For very high resolution viewing, a very fast refresh rate is required.


Jerry G.

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