Originally Posted by arnyk
If there is visible ghosting and trailing, they could very well be from the source. You seem to misunderstand what wobbulation does. It can cause at worst an effect that is 1 pixel wide.
See if this helps you:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wobulation
For you own sanity, please use standard test pattern graphics and video clips to judge the performance of your gear.
Thanks everyone for the reply. i may have to try different sources. The only time i got crystal clear "left to right no ghosting movement" was when I had it under 720p with 3d on. 1080p material, not on 3d, would show maybe not ghosting but blurring when moving left to right. The easiest way to see this effect for me would be to hook up the computer to the tv (hdmi on a GTX580, all tv video enhancement are off). if u move the mouse left to right use can see it get blurry.
The "blurry" effect is not as bad as my Sharp aquos (4ms), but not crystal clear like my sony trinitron monitor 21" CRT.
Maybe im being too picky expecting the TV to have "CRT like" none ghosting capabilities I still love the TV, just wondering if I should call Mitsubishi if the DLP isnt working up to snuff.
Thanks again for the replys