Originally Posted by TSCHAEF
From the little time that I was able to play with the settings, Trumotion does serve as a significant enhancer. I was able to notice a big improvement while watching sportscenter last night. Glad it only took LG about 2 months to get their **** together.
Thank you again to everyone that helped by consistently complaining to LG.
100% agree with you. I see a big improvement in all areas… TV shows, Movies and Games look a lot better than they did before. I have had TruMotion and the like for years, so going back to a non TruMotion set was tiring on my eyes – not my imagination. My preference is USER: @ 3. I find this most pleasing to me and a good balance between smoothness and almost undetectable artifacts – That said, artifacts will exist at any setting to a degree, but heavily depends on the source information. We’ve all heard the saying “garbage in, garbage out”. This is accentuated with a frame doubling software algorithm. If your source looks really bad, it’s going to look significantly worse with TruMotion turned on. Fortunately, most programing and videos are high bitrate at a minimum resolution of 1280x720 which looks great. Watch your favorite Pixar Blu-Ray in 1080p with TruMotion turned on, and then toggle. You’ll instantly see a major difference. It is an absolutely fantastic feature for high bitrate animation and video games, as well as HDTV.
Additionally, I received a follow-up from LG Canada today. I truly believe the point of failure is the factory and their unwillingness to provide accurate information. The Facebook Moderator and HE Manager have both been very sincere and apologetic throughout this issue/debate. I believe they did the best they could with the tools available to them. All things considered, I appreciate their effort very much.
Thanks everyone for your contributions! This was my first original thread post, and it seems to have been fairly successful in 2 major areas: Spreading of important information and taking action as a group to achieve a solution for a problem. Heavily delayed, albeit a solution none the less.
Cheers all you happy LM6200 owners! I’m one happy camper, and I hope you are too!