Originally Posted by Keeker16
... One other problem that I have with this TV is when I watch a blu-ray movie I seem to be getting huge amount of digital noise??? white sparkles/flecks on a lot of scenes. Any suggestions on how to get rid of or reduce this. I have tried two different blu-ray players and have the digital noise reduction cranked up to high. That gets rid of a lot of it, but then the picture looks really distorted, especially close up. The weird thing is that on this disc the previews for other movies look great. It's only when the main feature starts that it looks like crap. Using an HDMI cable as connector. Not having this problem at all on HD directv with the same HDMI cable. Thanks for any ideas.
I waited all day for owners to jump in with a possible solution, but here are some general ideas. Most experts recommend tuning off Digital Noise Reduction, Dynamic Contrast, Edge Enhancement, and Sharpness. They usually make HD programs worse. If that doesn't help, let us know.
Also, most previews on blu ray discs are not of blu ray quality, but DVD signals. Funny they should look OK. Watch the top left info corner as they begin to play for the resolution. Then watch closely when the blu ray program begins to see if it says something like 1080p or 24Fs, etc. Let us know.