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Cool Way is everybody ignoring the 30fps cable motion judder issues?

No matter what LCD I buy 60hz or 120hz they all suffer from 30fps motion judder from TV shows and blurays. My question is do Plasma TVs suffer from this judder problem? My old classic dead CRT TV never EVER had motion judder. Why is everybody acting like this isn't an issue? The double image effect is gross.


Really are my choices either use motion sickness inducing interpolation or hunting down an old CRT of which I can't move? (My family and friend won't help me move any CRTs )
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How about 240Hz?

Anyway... try setting the Bluray player for 24FPS.

As for TV? What is the source? Satellite, OTA, cable FiOS? You're at the mercy of the provider.

I don't think anyone over the past few years have ignored the issue. You can search and find plenty of "judder" complaints.
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How about 240Hz?

Anyway... try setting the Bluray player for 24FPS.

As for TV? What is the source? Satellite, OTA, cable FiOS? You're at the mercy of the provider.

I don't think anyone over the past few years have ignored the issue. You can search and find plenty of "judder" complaints.
I really don't want to spend anymore money for a 240hz lcd.

24fps still gives me the double image

Source is Fios, bluray player, gaming console. They all give me double image when at 24fps or 30fps. I see no double image at 60fps or when using interpolation.

I don't see motionjudder complaints (Double image). Most people only talk about stutter judder.
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Can't really help. I have FiOS and a Bluray player with a 46" LCD (120Hz).
No Complaints. I guess I'm lucky.

Can't address motion judder or stutter judder, but maybe you have judder from a different mudder.

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Found this searching blurbusters

"Correct, yes. Strobing multiple times on the same frame, if you are tracking your eyes, creates multiple images. 30fps at 60hz flicker creates a double image effect during eye tracking of fast motion."

I wish I didn't upgrade to HD TV now.
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I wish I didn't upgrade to HD TV now.
LOL! Maybe you should look into UHD.
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I have a 47" 120Hz LCD, OTA tv reception, a Panasonic blu-ray player, an AppleTV2 and don't see judder as you describe it.
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