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RE: 24fps ....un-natural.

It looks like the WT50 has non defeatable motion control added (according to cnet), so what you are seeing is not true 24fps.

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RE: 24fps ....un-natural.

Paul. wrote:

It looks like the WT50 has non defeatable motion control added (according to cnet), so what you are seeing is not true 24fps.

Paul - I watch the TV in my own 'user' with my personal settings applied I think what you speak of only applys on certain pro settings. The TV is passive and only displays 24fps if the source is 24fps. ...Oh and that CNET review was rubbish. Looks like these pro reviewers have a thing with the WT series, maybe because it is the flagship LED thats been touted to be replacing Panasonic Plasmas, Like the AVI review it was confused and inaccurate, its a few days but was the guy reviewing the tv from a show or some thing...... strange, the AVI guy got a bit of a kicking from users though, hilarious....plasma snobs....prrrft.

saying that those reviews caused the price to be slashed off all the unsold units so I have to thank them.

 

Anyhoo, I think I have have found the problem - the tv was set to output an NTSC signal ( I use to play import games back in the day - Sega Saturn/ Dreamcast hence I have always set my tv to output an NTSC signal) changed the setting to output PAL60 now and there is an improvement. Watched Esylium  last night and the pans over the derelict townships are much improved ( the tv even detected a 3d signal in this mode its a 2d BD never detected it set to NTSC)....some bits looked really HD ( sitill a bit indoorstudiorish but HD indoorstudiorish if you know what I mean )

Will try the Star Trek Into Darkness opening scene again - my new reference BD, to see how it fares. Once I get the TV to myself  later.

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