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post #1 of 6 Old 12-24-2012, 08:40 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi, for Christmas I got this Samsung 27 inch monitor/tv 1080p resolution here is the link :

http://www.samsung.com/au/consumer/pc-peripherals/monitor/led-monitor/LT27B550AA/XY-spec

I got it for my xbox 360 for watching movies and gaming I was told it was good so what the hell is this (rage) towards the end of clip:

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=vmvrz8&s=6

Lol, if anyone knows what you call that delay or rendering (i dunno) of the object at the end of the video please advise me on what it is and how I should approach the problem haha smile.gif, I was just having a black ops 2 sesh and I noticed that in all my games^^^!

P.S Please don't say "get over it" or anything like that, it is really annoying and makes things blurry at distances.

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Oh also I have just noticed there is a difference between the 2 hdmi ports:

hdmi1 = 1920x1080 60hz

hdmi2 = 1920x1080p /60p

What does this mean... I was using hdmi 2 in the video.

I just used hdmi 1 then and it is not as sharp but the objects are rendered earlier.

Please help I do not understand!
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A TV sets and saves the picture quality settings separately for each input port.

The INFO button on a HDTV shows the resolution that the TV is receiving on the active input port.

1920x1080/60p and 1920x1080 60Hz are the same.

The TV is showing what it is receiving from the Xbox 360 which apparently is causing the problem you are seeing when the motion is stopped and only the last frame is being sent over and over again.
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umm, but like I said, the two ports portray different pictures? so obviously it seems to be that they are not the same thing?
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