Originally Posted by Movie78
Are you saying it is normal to see blurriness,if you not using a good quality Bluray Player?
I'm saying that there are half a dozen different ways blurriness can be introduced into any image, projected or otherwise.
It could also be inherent in the material you are viewing. Wave your hand in front of your face - it's blurry. It's the way our eyes see things. If you track your hand back and forth, so your hand isn't blurry anymore, then the background is blurry.
Motion causes blurriness, and film captures that. Movies are shot at 1/24th of a second per frame typically. So, if you look at the original film, you would see blur.
If you use a good SLR camera, and set it to 1/24th of a second, you will capture a fair bit of blur.
If you increase the shutter speed, to (let's say) 1/1000th of a second, then the image would be crystal clear, but the motion would look painfully wrong. Like it was under a strobe light. This is what people call the soap opera effect that creative frame interpolation introduces to video.
But, that doesn't mean that everything should be blurry, and it depends on what you are looking at and what we are talking about.
The menus in the W1070 should be very sharp, from there, you want to feed it high quality content, not garbage, or even weak content. A 100" screen is going to work very hard to bring out every flaw in what you feed it, in much the same way a good sports car will reveal every flaw with the road you are driving on.