Originally Posted by Pinger
Great posts Mr. Wonderful and KVW,
KVW is the addition of the two sliders for Blur and Judder a BIG help vs the old AMP system of low, med High?? I would think you can tweak the crap out of it now with these two sliders..KVW I am very interested to hear more on your observations seeing you have a A750 to compare it with. It's one thing to compare them in a store but a completely different comparison at home, much more accurate I would say.
The flashlighting concerns me a bit being in all four corners, is it a problem and/or really distracting??
I looked at my TV in not complete darkness, but rainy day curtain closed darkness, and I could see some very faint flashlighting around the bottom edge of the screen. It was hardly noticeable however, and most definitely not a reason to not get the set. I'll have to look at the set again in pitch-black darkness tonight.
Concerning the AMP tweaking, according to the UK review, the custom settings basically allows you to keep the motion resolution while minimizing the false off-putting motion smoothness.
And two pictures of the set off, in case somebody hasn't seen the set in person yet:
You can see the ToC more than you do in real life in the first pic. In reality it is much more like the second picture.
I thought the Touch of Color and the "chin" on the set might have bothered me, judging by the pictures on the website, but it turns out that like last year's ToC sets, the red is hardly noticeable, and the chin isn't really exactly a Jay Leno.
My roommate watched some SD TV last night, and while of course I didn't get to play with the settings during that time, the picture was much better than my Sharp's, but there were some very apparent artifacts, double clear lines of sorts (from sharpness settings?) throughout the picture that were a little annoying close to the screen. Also, there was some noise around the text. Like I said, I'll have to play around with those settings.