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Help my new tv makes peoples faces blurry and it trails in fast action.i'm 9 feet back from it am i too close or do i need to get hd

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    Peoples faces are blurry and there is a trail on every image. I have my tv connected to comcast cable. Please help

  • Anonymous Apr 08, 2009

    i have the 60735 and while watching blu rays the rainbows on the faces are most noticable. anytime a caucasion actor with dark hair moves their head rainbows all over the place.

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You need to upgrade to HD. Sd is going to look like you are playing 8-track quality sound on a cd player. Just not a good mix. You should be able to receive some HD chanels via your over the air antenna. Anothr great way to experience HD is to get a Blu-ray player and connect it with a HDMI cable.Your older DVD player may have 480p capability. That means it has a component cable on the back(Red Green Blue). You will still have to hook the audio up after that. Then go into your DVD menu and set it to progressive scan for a 16x9 widescreen. And buy widescreen DVD's from now on. They are made for that TV Good Luck. I reccomend Dish Network, or Direct TV. They both ave well over 100 HD channels and provide all the equipment for free. Once you go HD, you won't be able to go back!

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