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Just picked up a Sharp Aquos 60" a few weeks ago and while blu ray's look incredible I have had some slight 'ghosting' issues with games like Mass Effect 3 and Skyrim. I also have been able to notice more clearly certain 'jagged' unrefined defects in the graphics of these games. I'm not sure if thats just the games themselves and how the PS3 is running them or if my TV has anything to do with it, any input would be appreciated, thanks in advanced.
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Originally Posted by JulianPope View Post

Just picked up a Sharp Aquos 60" a few weeks ago and while blu ray's look incredible I have had some slight 'ghosting' issues with games like Mass Effect 3 and Skyrim. I also have been able to notice more clearly certain 'jagged' unrefined defects in the graphics of these games. I'm not sure if thats just the games themselves and how the PS3 is running them or if my TV has anything to do with it, any input would be appreciated, thanks in advanced.

The slight ghosting is probably from choosing an LCD over plasma. Make sure you have any sort of motion interpolation turned off, such as smoothmotion, etc

The jagged unrefined defects are just part of the games, theyre just a lot more noticeable now that you have a big screen.
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Bingo. Keep in mind an LED is actually an LCD set. If it's a localized LCD/LED, it will suffer from some ghosting as it tries to make the image as black as possible where brightness is not needed. BD is exactly right, no interpolation, I can't stand that stuff. He is also right that you are seeing things now on your big screen that you have not seen on a smaller screen.

I have a Samsung LCD and a Panasonic Plasma, I'm experienced with both. BD is correct again that plasmas do not suffer from the same effect.
post #4 of 6
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This is very interesting as the blacks on my TV are pretty much perfect. They are as black as the frame around it, I always heard that LED could not deliver blacks like Plasma but I don't see that as the case with mine.
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I had an LCD, then switch to plasma,...I've never got back.
I currently own a 60" Samsung Plasma,.. I just love it.
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This is very interesting as the blacks on my TV are pretty much perfect. They are as black as the frame around it, I always heard that LED could not deliver blacks like Plasma but I don't see that as the case with mine.

I used to think that too.
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