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If you really want to torture yourselves, phosphor trails are easist to see in scenes with moving lights/highlights against a dark background, like a nighttime city car chase for example. Turn all ambient light in your room off as well.

The anti-glare coating may make the trails a bit easier to see on the 34xbr800 and 910. However, I think as long as you use a healthy amount of ambient light they shouldn't be too great a distraction. Since the trails aren't too bright, the ambient light ought to keep your pupils from dilating so they're not as visible.

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did you guys see this review?:

I don't have the dough to buy the XBR910 but if anyone can tell me some cheaper options please reply in my other thread
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Originally posted by jminer1
Matrix Reloaded also has massive trailing problems. I had my friends over watching it and one of my friends was like "wow, did you just see Neo's head appear in the background?". I was like, that was just my TV. If the movie is showing a bright scene and then cuts quickly to a dark scene, the brighter image stays on screen for a second. It can get really annoying. My friends were amazed that I spent so much on my TV yet it has a problem such as this.
Okay, I capped some pics to demonstrate the problem. After reading Jminer's post, I watched Reloaded, and I can't believe how bad the trailing is in this flick. This is definitely the new "reference" disk for trailing.

I've created a new thread to post my pictures. They didn't come out as well as I was hoping, but I think they still show the problem pretty well.

Feel free to move the trailing discussion to that thread, so we can stop growing this one for this problem.
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