Hello, everyone. First post.
I bought a 46XBR4 in August and have been frequenting these forums (lurking) and reading up on various people's settings and experiences with this TV.
I like this TV a lot, but there's one thing that is bugging me. For starters here are my display settings. They were gordong's but a little tweaked.
Noise Reduc: Off
Black Corrector: Off
Advanced C.E.: Off
C White: Off
C Space: Standard
Live Color: Low
R Gain: -3
G Gain: -4
B Gain: -2
R Bias: +3
G Bias: -2
B Bias: +4
Detail Enhancer: Off
Edge Enhancer: Off
Motion Enhancer: Off (I've fooled with these settings though, and can't seem to correct the issue)
Anyway, I use these settings to watch Blu-ray on my PS3 and have been noticing that when the camera pans left and right, or when someone moves through the screen left or right (it doesn't happen when the camera follows the person), there is a severe loss of detail and it makes the screen hard to look at (hurts my eyes).
The BD I've been testing this with is Reign Over Me, and in scenes in the courthouse and offices, the walls look like they move back and forth as the camera pans, and you can't focus on the actors as they move around. This isn't only in those scenes, but it's very easy to pick out in these particular ones.
So, my question is: Is this the judder effect or motion blur or both? I'm not real tech savvy when it comes to TVs so when people describe judder I'm not exactly sure if that's what I'm seeing. I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced this effect and any input they might have in resolving it.
Using Cinemotion 1 and Motionflow Standard/High seems to reduce/eliminate this, but as some other people in this thread have pointed out this can cause various artifacts on the picture.
Thanks for any help, sorry in advance for any confusion, and if I need to explain myself better I will certainly try.
EDIT: And to clarify it's not a smearing effect like when noise reduction is turned on, it isn't nearly as smooth of a blur as that effect.