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How do I get rid of the soap opera effect when watching Netflix through the SmartTV app? I verified that TruMotion is off.
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I have True motion set to User rather than off with De-blur and De- judder set to 0.
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I have True motion set to User rather than off with De-blur and De- judder set to 0.
Hi, did you know that TruMotion set to Judder/Deblur to 0 introduces noise to the picture?
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How do I get rid of the soap opera effect when watching Netflix through the SmartTV app? I verified that TruMotion is off.
netflix actually has it's own settings. press the q-menu button the remote. It will bring the picture settings for netflix. All of the other apps use what the input is configured for, but netflix actually has a pop-up menu with the settings.
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netflix actually has it's own settings. press the q-menu button the remote. It will bring the picture settings for netflix. All of the other apps use what the input is configured for, but netflix actually has a pop-up menu with the settings.
Thanks. This is what I was looking for.
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Hi, did you know that TruMotion set to Judder/Deblur to 0 introduces noise to the picture?
I don't recall seeing that discussed here for the 9800. What are the recommended settings? Thanks.
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I don't recall seeing that discussed here for the 9800. What are the recommended settings? Thanks.
I turn Off TruMotion with the preset in User 0/0: cleanest PQ TruMotion configuration.
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I turn Off TruMotion with the preset in User 0/0: cleanest PQ TruMotion configuration.
Huh, who knew!?! I didn't realize after setting it to 0/0 you then turn it off. Thanks.
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Huh, who knew!?! I didn't realize after setting it to 0/0 you then turn it off. Thanks.
hehe You are welcome king, try both settings: 0/0 enabled and 0/0 disabled and see if you can spot a difference. I notice less noise, cleaner picture. Have always used this configuration, since my LX9500.
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I found that if I let my AVR(onkyo 808) do the deinterlacing and motion processing that judder and motion artifacts with 1080i signals from the cablebox are greatly reduced with the trumotion on or off. I have the AVR set to output 1080p instead of the 1080i from the cable box and motion processing called video/film mode set to auto. So it detects the film cadence and deinterlaces then sends a proper signal to the TV. I have the trumotion set on 1/10. That works seems to improve motion clarity and sharpness with 1080i source and judder with both 1080i and 1080p/24. These setting don't seem to introduce any soap effects with either of these signals.
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I have the trumotion set on 1/10. That works seems to improve motion clarity and sharpness with 1080i source and judder with both 1080i and 1080p/24. These setting don't seem to introduce any soap effects with either of these signals.
Yeah, this setting seems to work pretty well when viewing Netflix also. I generally have TruMotion set to 0/0 and off, but tried it at 1/10 and 2/10 when watching Daredevil on Netflix last night, and the image was clearer with no soap opera effect.
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May I ask owners in here if they know what changed from this model to the 55EC9300 the next year?

(other than no wall mounting whatsoever on the 9800)

Thank you!
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May I ask owners in here if they know what changed from this model to the 55EC9300 the next year?

(other than no wall mounting whatsoever on the 9800)

Thank you!
The biggest difference for me is the ABL. The screen on the 9300 constantly dims and brightens. The 9800 does not have this problem. I personally like the design of the 9300 better too. I hate those bottom speakers!
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The biggest difference for me is the ABL. The screen on the 9300 constantly dims and brightens. The 9800 does not have this problem. I personally like the design of the 9300 better too. I hate those bottom speakers!
ABL can't be turned off on the 9300 then I take it? (frustrating)

Speakers aren't a big deal to me as I'd be using 3rd party equipment for that part.

I'm mainly curious if it's a good/bad idea to buy the 9800's that are on closeout in a lot of places?
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The biggest difference for me is the ABL. The screen on the 9300 constantly dims and brightens. The 9800 does not have this problem. I personally like the design of the 9300 better too. I hate those bottom speakers!
Doesn't for me. I notice ABL kick in on occasion but it's very infrequent, guess it would be dependent on your settings though. I have the OLED light set at 60.
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ABL can't be turned off on the 9300 then I take it? (frustrating)

Speakers aren't a big deal to me as I'd be using 3rd party equipment for that part.

I'm mainly curious if it's a good/bad idea to buy the 9800's that are on closeout in a lot of places?
I have owned both and chose the 9800. I personally preferred it.
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I have owned both and chose the 9800. I personally preferred it.

Wow, seriously?
Would you be so kind as to elaborate a bit on why?

I'd love to get some affirmation that the older one (cheaper) might be better!

(I'm into sports watching though - bad idea?)
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Wow, seriously?
Would you be so kind as to elaborate a bit on why?

I'd love to get some affirmation that the older one (cheaper) might be better!

(I'm into sports watching though - bad idea?)
i haven't owned the 9300 but I bet it's very comparable in terms of performance
At that point, it becomes a price issue
Cheaper is always better and oled is fantastic
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hehe You are welcome king, try both settings: 0/0 enabled and 0/0 disabled and see if you can spot a difference. I notice less noise, cleaner picture. Have always used this configuration, since my LX9500.
Tried your recommendation setting it to off after setting to 0/0. Not sure why, but I see a clear difference in the PQ. So much clearer/cleaner. As I watch TV I say to myself why does it look so much better than before it was set to off? June will be a year since I have had my 9800 and I still marvel at the picture quality. And now even more so, who knew it could get better!
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Tried your recommendation setting it to off after setting to 0/0. Not sure why, but I see a clear difference in the PQ. So much clearer/cleaner. As I watch TV I say to myself why does it look so much better than before it was set to off? June will be a year since I have had my 9800 and I still marvel at the picture quality. And now even more so, who knew it could get better!
TruMotion introduces artifatcs, so I guess setting it to 0 then turning it Off, completely disables it. In the past I tried using 0/0 enabled, but I noticed false contouring, noise etc. Also higher input lag in videogames. Im glad my suggestion helped you.
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Tried your recommendation setting it to off after setting to 0/0. Not sure why, but I see a clear difference in the PQ. So much clearer/cleaner. As I watch TV I say to myself why does it look so much better than before it was set to off? June will be a year since I have had my 9800 and I still marvel at the picture quality. And now even more so, who knew it could get better!
June purchase date for me as well
How many hours on your set now?
1621 for me
I haven't counted stuck subpixels in awhile, really don't care at this point as its not apparent in watching the tv
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June purchase date for me as well
How many hours on your set now?
1621 for me
I haven't counted stuck subpixels in awhile, really don't care at this point as its not apparent in watching the tv
2310 hours. Honestly the picture looks more 3D now, crazy! 😃
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Wow, seriously?
Would you be so kind as to elaborate a bit on why?

I'd love to get some affirmation that the older one (cheaper) might be better!

(I'm into sports watching though - bad idea?)
I mentioned it early, but the ABL on the 9300 was terrible for my eyes. Especially watching things like hockey.
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I purchased one of these back in November on the great deal offered at the time through Microcenter. I've owned some very, very good televisions over the years, including a Kuro, which was set up by a top ISF tech. The 9800 though, offers the most incredible, wow inducing picture that I've experienced. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I do have a question, however. My girlfriend is about to move in, and she is a Playstation 4 gamer (helps relieve her immense job stress). I've read in numerous places that the 9800 is too laggy for gaming. Could anyone enlighten me on how bad the issue truly is? I really don't have space for yet another television, and would certainly prefer not to have to expend the money strictly for gaming use.

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I purchased one of these back in November on the great deal offered at the time through Microcenter. I've owned some very, very good televisions over the years, including a Kuro, which was set up by a top ISF tech. The 9800 though, offers the most incredible, wow inducing picture that I've experienced. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I do have a question, however. My girlfriend is about to move in, and she is a Playstation 4 gamer (helps relieve her immense job stress). I've read in numerous places that the 9800 is too laggy for gaming. Could anyone enlighten me on how bad the issue truly is? I really don't have space for yet another television, and would certainly prefer not to have to expend the money strictly for gaming use.

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I own the EA8800, and I have no problems with input lag. Deacrivating the right settings helps a lot tough.
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I purchased one of these back in November on the great deal offered at the time through Microcenter. I've owned some very, very good televisions over the years, including a Kuro, which was set up by a top ISF tech. The 9800 though, offers the most incredible, wow inducing picture that I've experienced. I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I do have a question, however. My girlfriend is about to move in, and she is a Playstation 4 gamer (helps relieve her immense job stress). I've read in numerous places that the 9800 is too laggy for gaming. Could anyone enlighten me on how bad the issue truly is? I really don't have space for yet another television, and would certainly prefer not to have to expend the money strictly for gaming use.

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Maybe I don't know what to look for but I've never seen any gaming lag on my 9800
The only first person shooter ive played on it is titanfall, as I understand lag would show there
But I'm just not seeing it, the same incredible picture translates to gaming, game mode looks great!
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Maybe I don't know what to look for but I've never seen any gaming lag on my 9800
The only first person shooter ive played on it is titanfall, as I understand lag would show there
But I'm just not seeing it, the same incredible picture translates to gaming, game mode looks great!
So just gaming mode?
Any other settings to tweak for lowest lag mode?
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So just gaming mode?
Any other settings to tweak for lowest lag mode?
i mighty be wrong here, but I think I read disabling the speakers also improves lag
Maybe someone else can chime in

I have a receiver and am running 5 speakers so mine is turned off
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Maybe I don't know what to look for but I've never seen any gaming lag on my 9800
The only first person shooter ive played on it is titanfall, as I understand lag would show there
But I'm just not seeing it, the same incredible picture translates to gaming, game mode looks great!
Great news. Thanks for the information.

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i mighty be wrong here, but I think I read disabling the speakers also improves lag
Maybe someone else can chime in

I have a receiver and am running 5 speakers so mine is turned off
I'm using my home theater speakers too. Do I have to actually go into settings and turn the speakers off?

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