I've readed and heared by many that plasma is the way to go to avoid motion blur or reducing it.
But my experience show me that motion handling can be a problem with plasma and some reading here tell me that i'm not alone. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/searc...rchid=16143550
Before someone tell me, i know that motion blur can came from bad source, compressed signal, etc. and the blur can vary from one source to the other, so from there that's not the panel fault.
But my take going about gaming on plasma and i think it can be a good test for the panel (i'm not an avid gamer but when a game session occur i like it clean or mostly clean)
I get 2 set. Panny 42X1 (maybe 600 hours on)and panny 50G20(just finished 100 hours break-in slides). These 2 set are connected via component from xbox360 set at 720p, on game mode.( i've tried many many many picture setting)
I've tried every first person shooter i have to test my panel: Halo CE-2-3-Reach, Gears of war, Graw, Battlefield 1943, CoD,
Every games show motion blur when i slowly pan the camera, the image blur look like a splitted and dimmed image of the «*original*» if i pan before a non moving character i can see a faded ghost of him blended with. If i pan looking at a small glowing light i see 2 lights. Every straight line look bad when i move they are jaggy.
Can i have 2 bad panel!!!??? Is my problem came from component and hdmi will be the way to go?
I don't know what to think about that and why i'm getting this problem. :-(
I can easily accept some fuzzyness, it's a normal thing but not splitted/ghost images.
Please next time you'll go for a gaming on fps session take the time to pan and take a look at one thing at time. If you didn't notice what i'm talking about tell me if you're on component, hdmi, vga.
Also, i think my 42X1 perform better than my 50G20 at blur.(maybe a 768p panel with the 720p setting is easier to deal with)
If i remember well i think my good old crt show better overall for picture quality than my 2 plasma due the motion problems, i remember how it looked great...(too bad i gave it to someone last year)
Any thought about that? Maybe getting a panasonic tech at home...
These next 2 video show what it look like but not as bad as showed there:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPBIETZLTNQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLeZuP2RnSM
and this next one looked about the same as my problem:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rd4GzkBb42k
Thanks in advance if you take the time to answer and maybe help me to solve it :-)