Which one of these 32" 100Hertz LCD is best
Hi, i recently bought a Sony Bravia 32KDLS3000 after doing a lot of research on which tv to buy in my price range, but i must admit it's been an expensive mistake and i will have to change it as i just can't stand the motion blur.
To say it irratates me is an under statement, i guess it wasn't until i watched many kinds of video, action dvd's, wildlife programes etc that i really understood the effect that motion blur can have.
One of my favourite movies that seems to be effected my motion blur is transformers, i find it hard to watch with the S3000 even in HD, i've seen cloverfield on my brothers top of the range Sony and the difference is amazing compared to watching it on the S3000, is this due to the motion flow or true 24fps.
I'm know looking at some 32" LCD's that have 100Hertz and motion flow variants and need advice on which one to buy as i'm worried about some of the problems these motion smoothing feature can cause and if these help with motion blur or just jadder as these are two different things.
These are some of the tv i've been looking at:
Samsung LN32A450 LCD
Sony Bravia 32KDL D3000
I've read many reviews on how they all handle the motion blur problem but to give you an example why i need advice, the Panasonic TX-32LXD70 is said to have the best 100hertz motion feature: Motion Picture Pro and is now around the £500 mark, but here are some of the pro's and con's from a review:
Motion Picture Pro
Excellent default greyscale tracking
Well balanced and natural colours
Pristine images free from digital noise
Good viewing angle
Sharp pictures (but with a little haloing
Con's that worry me:
No backlight control
Motion Picture Pro can’t be switched off
Minor high pitched buzzing
No back light control, minor high pitched buzzing, well that puts me off but it sounds like a good tv.
The Sony Bravia 32KDL D3000 is said to be an excellent tv but has problems with it's motion flow, here's what worrying about it:
The high setting tends to introduce artifacts into the picture. These look like a little tear or glitch in the picture. They appear for just a fraction of second, but they are noticeable, the picture on the standard setting sometimes looks unnatural, too, particularly when the anti-judder suddenly kicks in during a fast pan and stabilizes objects moving across the screen.
I apologise for the long post but any help in choosing the best one for watching dvd's, movies, wildlife etc if any would be much appreciated as they all have there pro's and cons.
Would i be better off with a plasma?