Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: SW lower Michigan
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So, what do you guys think about how this TV handles fast action from sports, action movies, and graphics/processing intensive video games (like racing and shooters)? For example, if you are playing a shooter, you stood your character in one spot and rapidly moved the camera from left to right. Does it turn into a big blob of pixels or smear? Can you differentiate between natural "camera blur" and motion blur that low end LCD's suffer from because they cannot keep up with the action?
One spec I cannot find anywhere about this panel is response time. It's a real kick in the teeth that Sony dares to call this a "Bravia" and it does not even have the Bravia engine in it.
I have dimming on my RCA DLP like you guys are talking about with this S4100, and that is a defect. The computer to correct that defect and lamp are both on back order, so I'm benefiting from the extended warranty.
I can't believe Sony has auto dimming in ALL of their TVs?
Kuro owner from Cleveland Plasma.
Pro-Ject Debut Carbon w/Acryl-It platter, Phono Box S
DENON AVR-X7200wa, Paradigm Monitor 90p v1
Def Tech system: CLR2300 SM450 surrounds, BP1.2x rear surrounds, Polk PSW-505
Previous AVRs: AVR-4520ci, RX-A710, RXV-2200
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