Been watching many movies the last few days. My eyes now look like this.
More and more I'm liking Buzzard767's settings, especially for full HD sources. SD does benefit from the weird features (enhanced color gamut, edge enhancement, etc.) and for those I'm using either Natural or Cinema just as they are.
I did put the motion blur reduction back to its default, and next I'll try a LITTLE dejudder. The default gives SOE, but I figure it might be there for a reason.
One of the first things I did was turn the light sensor off. Does it serve any purpose under any conditions? I've never heard of it being beneficial on other TVs except to save some electricity so I never even gave it a chance.
Also, I was watching Men In Black tonight and noticed a distinct audio lag.
I'm still waiting on my HDMI cable, so until I've finalized my setup I'm not going to mess with that sort of thing.
Has anyone else noticed lag on these sets? If so what delay did you find helped?Edit:
It turns out I find the dejudder feature unacceptable at all levels. Whether it is the nature of dejuddering or the implementation, I just hate it.
As far as the audio lag goes, so far I've pushed my DVD player to 40ms delay and that seems to have corrected the problem.
Still, I'm dubious since that means it was only a 1 frame lag. I'm not sure I should have been able to detect that.
What almost had me returning this TV was my older equipment. Anything that can't add an audio delay is a real problem.
So here is my advice to anyone else with this issue:
Feed the audio out from your device along with the video to the Laservue, and then use the TV's audio out to return it to your AV receiver.
The Laservue appears to add the correct delay to the audio signal on its own.
While not an ideal solution, it is a solution.