Originally Posted by Jskeezy84
I dont know if its the stores not knowing how to set tvs up but ive looked at all these tvs that you guys have suggested and it seems to me that everyone of the suffers in high action scenes. Some more than others but what i see them doing is in areas where the picture is changing too rapidly for the lcd to keep up it creates grids of about 1/2" squares. Anyone else see this?? im probly not doing a very good job of explaining. I guess it has to do with the signal response time.
Kinda like giant pixels?
Could be the source. Most stores seem to have one signal split among multiple TVs. And it could be the TV itself. Some TVs have 120Hz refresh rates which help smooth out fast moving images. It's a nice feature but some people think it makes the images look like they were shot from a camcorder. I'd check out that feature, and of course the response time of the panel (lower=better).
Buying a TV these days is like buying a car....happy hunting!
Here's the TV I just bought recently -
. Personally I think its the best TV you can buy for the money.Edited by ElMikeTheMike - 7/6/08 at 9:20pm