- You probably want to use game mode for the Xbox, the other modes don't quite feel as responsive. I set the Xbox to Auto, and use Standard. I set the TV for 80 contrast, 45 brightness, 50 color, and 65 sharpness. The color and sharpness are open for interpretation. As for the PS3, you should use custom mode settings.
- It does depend on the panel, it's not blown out of proportion for those affected by it, but they may be the minority, who knows.
- Warm 2 is what it's supposed to look like, and the white's look normal. You probably have been looking at a cooler picture all these years. The brain adjusts quickly, leave it on warm 2 for a while and it will become perfectly normal looking.
- Yeah, the Viera apps aren't the greatest, but I don't know if your issue is related to Netflix. I would say the judder is actually normal. (IMO) This TV doesn't cover it up with motion blur or artificial effects, motion is extremely natural (for 24 fps film). That's my take on it at least.
Best of luck and enjoy the new set!
Cool, thank you or the response.
- I will try those settings for the Xbox
- I know it sucks for folks who have gotten IR/BI, i wasn't trying to be insensitive. What I meant was that it may not be as widespread as some folks have been saying. Either way, I feel lucky I have not had to deal with it.
- I will try the Warm 2 settings and see. My eyes have been looking at the wrong picture all these years
- I've watched Netflix on a PC and from my iPad/iPhone connected to the TV just to compare, and noticed this. I don't believe it's signal strength. So it may just be the TV. I'll have to investigate more.
One other question:
- Would it be best to connect all HDMI sources to the GT50 and then to my receiver with optical cable for audio or would that limit my audio options? Should I connect all HDMI sources to the receiver and then out to the TV instead?