Quote:Hi. Some of you might remember me from the Blu-ray player area. I lost my Toshiba 32E200U during Hurricane Sandy. I have discovered how much I like Sony televisions. I am considering the KDL-47W802A, especially being that the LED technology allows me to fit a wider viewing area in a tight space. I believe Toshiba calls what you guys are talking about Dynalight, and Philips calls it Dynamic Contrast. Whether it affects parts of the screen or the whole screen, I choose to turn this feature off, because I notice a slight delay in reaching full brightness intensity when, for example, someone turns on a light after being in a dark room. Whether frame or direct, can this feature be turned off with the KDL-47W802A? As long as the static contrast is good, I prefer keeping my backlight turned all the way up, and light sensing, dynamic contrast, and other auto backlight leveling features turned off. For better response, I don't believe in applying upscaling, even if the image doesn't cover the whole screen, like on a 480i DVD. All I want to see and hear is whatever is on the disc, whatever is being broadcast, or whatever is being streamed. Due to family illness and the storm, I haven't been on here in a while. I miss it and it feels good to be back!
Edited by Big C - 4/18/13 at 6:38am