I was watching "Don't Mess with the Zohan" last night on Blu-Ray on the BH200.
Having heard about sound dropouts on the BH200 but having never experienced any, I was really disappointed to have the sound dropping out randomly in the movie
Also the FF/RW progress bar would stick on the screen if you did any kind of FF/RW.
It got irritating to the point that I took the disk out and resumed the movie from the PS3 (my main player before the BH200).
I was shocked at the difference in picture between the BH200 and PS3 - the PS3 seemed much more 3D.
I tried some of A/B comparisons between the two players using the disc - hard to do given the boot up times of players.
However, I did find that turning on the QDEO automatic settings restored the 3D look of the BH200 picture and may have brought it up to the quality I was perceiving with the PS3.
I normally have Sharpness set to off, however, I'm wondering if 'off' is actually applying 'negative' sharpness. I know that received wisdom is that edge enhancement is bad - however, one of my other hobbies is photography and I know that when I shoot a picture RAW, then I have to add edge enhancement to make it great picture.
It was getting late, so I had to abandon my testing... however I plan to do some more today to establish some facts around the following hypotheses...
1. Is the PS3 picture better that the BH200 or did the QDEO on make the BH200 as good?
2. Is the Sharpness 'off' setting unsharpening/softening the image?
Any thoughts on the above appreciated!