Originally Posted by nmasi324
How does the banding look during football (NFL) games? That's what I'll be spending a lot of time doing, are the banding issues noticeable?
I don't see any banding at all during the live football games. I have seen a touch of motion blur but I overlook it. Like some say, they haven'e made us a perfect set yet.
I did have some motion blur and pixelation back till mid November. I was using my outdoor TV antenna to get the games from El Paso. I did this as the picture was a touch better then when watching the Networks using the Dish Network. I drove myself crazy for a few months trying each of the motionflow settings including Off. Nothing helped and I was ready to swap for another set.
During the first quarter of a game I was watching on Fox from El Paso, I decided to try the dish network FOX channel. Man right off no more pixelation on the fast plays and the motion blur was gone. Man all that stress and all the time it was coming from those El Paso stations including ABC, NBC and CBS.
I do need to tell you anytime you see a replay during a game you will see motion blur and sometimes pixelation. Not to worry that's from the network and is only seen on a quick replay like during a fumble or touchdown.
I have my motion flow set to standard which works great for the games. I do see sometimes the score ticker at the bottom of the screen will jerk some when it first comes on the it smooths out. I can live with that just to have the great flawless game to watch.
You say you spend a lot of time watching the pro games. I don't miss many starting with the rookie games all the way to the the super bowl. My favorites is the championship games then the super bowl.. So enjoy the football season.