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Trying to get rid of motion interpolation on Bush LED TV

Suffering from the soap opera effect on a Bush le-55gb2a LED TV. Can't seem to find any way of turning off or reducing the motion interpolation. Image is horrible. Any help please?

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    Gary Collinson Dec 28, 2013

    Connections are fine. Problem is the image is way too sharp, due to the motion interpolation. It's unwatchable, and there doesn't seem to be a way to turn it off like there is on most LED TVs.

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This is a sign of a weak signal being fed to the TV. Check the cable from your aerial/antenna is good, or your cable tv cable is good.

Posted on Dec 28, 2013

  • keshu modhwadia
    keshu modhwadia Jan 26, 2014

    i have the same tv and the same problem, its not a weak signal or a fault just a feature added in by bush, no way to switch off in menu either, only way is if bush make available a software update i guess.

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