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post #1 of 4 Old 12-22-2012, 05:42 AM - Thread Starter
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I've had the tc-l42u30 for a while now and, while fine for the price, one thing that's always bugged me is that when a source displays a relatively stationary image for even a short time, the tv will noticeably blip and the image becomes sharper, and once movement onscreen begins again the entire image jerks and blurs back to what I assume is normal. It does this across all inputs and sharpness settings. All video processing features are disabled.

What is this? I guess I'm more interested on an acedemic level since I can find no way to change it. This didn't happen on my old Bravia, and I can't see it being desireable, at least as implemented here.
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Try setting sharpness at 0.
Does the problem occur with both 720p and 1080i HD sources?
What motion compensation features do you have enabled if any?
If you freeze frame to does the problem always happen?
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Yes. It doesn't seen to happen with TruMotion enabled but I can't watch tv long with that on.
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Yes. It doesn't seen to happen with TruMotion enabled but I can't watch tv long with that on.
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