Originally Posted by johnfull
Sounds like a problem with the processor. Have you contacted Aquos Advantage?
Have you tried a BluRay as well to eliminate the signal as a problem?
Also, you might try a different HDMI plug -- someone said #3
is the best for ARC,
which might also be best for picture quality. I switched my Dish satellite to the
input because of sound problems and synch issues and it fixed it...
Thanks for the reply, John.
I haven't contacted Sharp yet, since Game mode fixes it, I still wanted to see if it was just a settings issue. I also don't really have a good way of explaining what I'm seeing in TV terms, so talking with them to explain might be difficult.
I did try Iron Man & Spider-Man BluRay's for fast motion & dark scenes and didn't really notice it when people were talking but I haven't really given BluRay much of a look yet as I mostly watch sports/cable tv.
I recorded 10 minutes of NFL, NHL, MLB, and some Tennis on clay just to test the TV. I only saw it on my NFL recording and as I said I saw it on the News, SportsNation an ESPN talk/highlight show, and also a Live Talk Show in real time, so it's not just DVR recordings either.
It's not my cable box because I have 2 cable boxes and I have the same episode of SportsNation on both, and the weird motion happens on both in the same parts of the show, but not all the way through.
I streamed a video to a Chromecast and never saw it, but it's random so I suppose it possibly could happen as I use it more, or maybe not, hard to say.
I just haven't had a lot of time with the tv yet.
I tried HDMI3 and it still happened. It's not necessarily an audio sync issue since I saw it happen with a football player backpedaling (so it was just motion) and I don't plan on using ARC the way my setup is anyways. When it does happen the audio isn't out of sync, the motion of the person's head, body, or lips just looks odd.
Does anyone use Game mode as their normal viewing mode for everything? Is that normal?