I'm using a BenQ 1080ST on a 120'' screen (Draper Luma 2). Previously I had a 65'' Plasma (Panasonic 65ST30).
Now when I watch HD sports channels, the picture is lacks sharpness and seems to have macroblocking and/or pixelated (not sure of proper term here) versus my Plasma. The plasma beats it by a long shot.
I understand this may seem impossible since my screen is nearly three times the volume. Is there a way to improve my BenQ picture to get closer to the plasma?
I've already calibrated it (Disney WOW & DVE HD), but I wanted to make sure I wasn't missing anything. If it's just compression from the cable company, then I guess that's all I can do.
Is there any A/V equipment that can improve HD Cable PQ? Mostly I care about Sports, I'm usually the go to guy for sporting events. Would outputting the cable through a PC be an alternative? Or upscaling from a receiver?
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