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Grainy bdmv platyback

Bdmv playback qulity does not seem very goog. the picture is very grainy

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You have a couple of options.
1. Turn down the sharpness on your TV. Too much is overkill, anyway.
2. Whilst watching any movie, hit the triangle button for the movie settings & options. Turn up the noise reduction to +3, also the "mosquito" noise to +3.
These should give you a less grainy picture. Enjoy!

Posted on May 30, 2009

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