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Old 10-10-2008, 09:26 AM - Thread Starter
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of all the lcd's ive seen, i notice extreme blur. i bought a 2ms samsung lcd a few months ago hoping it would spell the end of substantial blur. no matter what RTA method i use, i still see blur. but most opinions i see online wether someone is using a 5, 8 or 12ms monitor, they don't notice any blur. i think my eyes are just average and not like an eagle so does it just take a videophile to notice, or what's going on ? thought i'd get some opinions from people really into video tech to see if you guys notice blur on "fast" lcd's too, hopefully it's not just me. i may have to wait and get an lcd with 0ms response time.
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Old 10-10-2008, 09:40 AM
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I don't think there's such thing as 0ms response time. In fact, some companies who state that it's 2ms, in reality, it's probably 5+ms. Companies measure the response times differently, so you cant really compare.

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Old 10-11-2008, 07:57 AM
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I've always seen blur until 2006. Most good LCD TVs don't have blur, and for comparison using Blu Ray as a pq source.

Since blur can be due to signal degradation, a simple way to eliminate it is use HDMI.
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Define the blur that you see. As well the model name.

Blurry or Fuzzy?
Jerky or juddery?
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Check out these links on LCD motion blur, they can be quite enlightening.

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