Originally Posted by ParityBit
So are you saying games are not nearly as nice on this TV as movies, etc? I have some friends who have the Panny VT60 and love gaming on it. How does this compare? Especially since I can not get that TV.
I'm just saying I have some image quality issues with this set which I didn't have on an older Pioneer plasma, and I don't know how to fix/solve it atm. I thought it was my set or maybe a receiver/cable problem, but I have I've noticed a few other people make similar comments
". At times, I thought I glimpsed hints of the dirty screen effect, in which bright panning objects appeared smudged or dirty until they stop moving."... (https://clevelandplasma.com/store/_2...sung_pnxxf8500
"In motion, however, I see what look like noisy trails behind objects on the Samsung. In movies this isn't really an issue, but it's pretty obvious on 60fps content like video games. Maybe it's just something that I'll get accustomed to and stop seeing, like plasma phosphor trails."
... (Thoughts on Samsung f8500 vs Pioneer KRP-500m
The effect is slightly
lessened if I play around with the motion settings, but motion settings are disable in PC and Game modes, modes you have to be in if you want to bring the input lag down.
edit 1: For those that have the TV, if you play
, in addition to the normal flickering of the left/right sides of each box, I see an additional fuzzy 'wake' around the magenta/yellow sliding boxes @ 1 minute or so into that video.
edit 2: I could see the fuzziness while watching Hockey. I don't normally watch it, but when they did a fast pan the dark letters on the ice 'fuzzed.'