Originally Posted by joerod
I will have to try that because for sports lately I have been setting the DI off.
Its funny Joe, its like fine tuning a race car except there is no final tuning answer. Many of the options and toggles make some difference and many really don't appear to make much of a difference. .Even contrast and brightness don't make that much difference because the machine can be cranked without clipping the whites and correct brightness (blacks) will be close to the 50% default. Switch smooth gradient off and on and at its various levels. To normal viewing it doesn't make much of a difference. Ditto for black enhancement whatever under expert setting. DI willl make a difference but in a good room (black pit) do not set it to full. The limited setting gives one better blacks. With the lights on, full performs better. The bright scenes are brighter but the blacks aren't as good but in a bright room environment you can't see the better blacks anywhere. You need light.
For sports viewing, sometimes I leave motion off and sometimes on low but it really doesn't change things all that much and when watching a game I probably couldn't tell you where I have it, off or low. So I probably tend just to leave it off. I guess I am not sensitive to seeing motion blur.
Anyhow, I think what I am saying, from my experience no matter what settings one chooses, it always looks freeking amazing to me..