Originally Posted by D-Nice
Can you please provide your equipment setup? I need models, brands, connections, material you've seen this with (all, some, one)....tiltes of the material, etc. Please be as detailed as possible.
Ok here we go
My original setup was the 1150, Denon 3808, BD30, A35 using the 3808 as a pass through. I am using 28awg 1.3 monoprice cables. I used to have a Samsung 5084 display and the 1150 was the only thing I switched and started to notice the motion problems so I assumed that was the problem source.
I notice it on all HD and BD disks but some have more noticeable scenes such as 3:10 and No Country an example would be when panning over mountains, the mountains would be really bad when using 1080p/24 advance making it hurt my eyes to focus on the movie. Also in the scene where Bale's character in 3:10 comes up to Crowes character for the first time the motion of him riding the horse looks very animated like it was sped up on 1080p/24 but on 1080i it is fine. If I used 1080i with Standard it was a lot better and what I am used to seeing.
So before I wanted to say it was the display I hooked up the BD30 and A35 to the display directly to the display to take the receiver out of the equation, same result. I then tested each component with all of my hdmi cables to rule out any bad cables, same result.
My final test was maybe there was a handshaking problem between the Pioneer, Denon and Panasonic and it wasn't able to lock into the proper cadence. I bought the Elite 94 receiver and the Elite 95 BD player to have all Pioneer components connected to eachother, same result. So now that by even using all Pioneer components and it still exists, I put the problem on the display. I ended up keeping the 94 receiver because I liked the sound over the Denon so the testing wasn't all for not.
This is when I contacted Pioneer to tell them basically everything I just told you. I went to my local Tweeter and watched a 150Fd witha 95 BD player hooked up to it and I turned PC Advance on and it had nothing like I am seeing and the motion was perfect. This brings me to my theory that maybe it is an issue with the native 720 displays not the 1080p's. Perhaps when the 1150 takes in a 1080/24 signal and downconverts it to 720(768) the information is somehow corrupted for the 3:3 pulldown and it is showing at a non-multiple of 24 and not even 60 causing the motion problems.
So this is what I am waiting to hear Pioneers response from. I believe they are really working on it because the CS person contacted me twice to tell me the engineers are working on it and to give specific scenes on BD where I notice the problems.
If possible if it is a 720 display issue I would like to upgrade to a 1080p model since the one I saw did not have the issue but that might not fix it and they might not allow it. I know just swapping it out for another 1150 will not fix it. If the 9G's really have it fix then it would be great for them to allow me to upgrade somehow but I don't have proof that the 9G are fixed except your word.
Thanks for your time with this and let me know if you have any other questions for me.