Two quick questions for owners of the 37 LN37B650. (I've read through this thread and the main 650 thread and don't see the answers.)
The UK HDTVtest review of the UK 40 Series 6 model (http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/Samsung-LE...alibration.htm
) says: in Film Mode Auto 1, when fed a movie in 1080i (say from HD cable) this TV detects the 3:2 pulldown and correctly deinterlaces the movie to 1080p.
Can LN37B650 owners confirm that this works on the 37 North American model? (A slightly different panel than the 40 and up at least wrt the color processing.)
Also, when the TV deinterlaces movies which have been pulled down to 1080i60, is the end result effectively 1080p60 or 1080p24? I.e. does the set not only deinterlace, but also remove the telecine judder so that movies from cable/satellite are displayed at the same frame rate as you get with a 1080p24 signal from a BD player?
(I'm not referring to the special new dejudder processing, I mean does the set in effect disregard the extra frames which the telecine has inserted, so movies on cable are as smooth-looking as BD movies?)
Thanks very much in advance for replies.
Cross-posted in the main 650 thread.