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New samsung 37"lcd the picture leaves a ghost when people move on screen i have tried to fine tune but nothing what can i do as im a bit thick when it comes to these things.

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TV has a slow response time. Only cure is to buy a faster one.
Look for the response time of the TV in the description.
The lower the better. 12 mS is slow 4 mS is faster and smoother.

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