What factors go into achieving the level of fluidity sets have on in-store displays? This is a really hard question to articulate, even harder to show heh, but I'll try. I picked up my V10 earlier this year and its a great TV, but Im confused as to why I cant recreate that in-store effect.
Most of the sets I see in the store have this insane refresh rate that makes the picture incredibly smooth, no ghosting etc. But in home, I have not been able to recreate that effect on any of my devices or channels etc. Is it the TV limits or the source of data?
For example, using my PS3 to play blurays at 1080/24 and setting the TV to 96hz still does not make the picture look as good as in-store displays. The picture looks great, but you can still see the slight "choppy" frame rate (for lack of a better word). Is the effect Im trying to describe just not possible on this set?