No offense to the new owners reporting in so far as they are helping to the best of their abilities, but it should be more illuminating once we begin to see the feedback coming in from new owners who've owned one or more of some of the higher grade video panels within the last couple of years, having had extensive viewing time in their homes (as we know that showroom viewing experiences do not communicate much useful info), as well as having more substantive experience with flat panel and general film/video-related issues.
As of right now, it's like we've got former Ford Pinto owners upgrading directly to Lamborghini's. Of course
, they are going to be utterly amazed. It will be more convincing once we start seeing some people who've long ago graduated from their Pinto's and have made some impressive upgrades along the way, i.e., Lexus, Acura, etc., and now, are seeking an even higher level of performance. That's when I'll really start to pay attention, waiting to see what experienced comparative insights they will have to offer, their opinions as to whether or not the upgrade is significant enough to warrant the extra $$ premiums right now, etc.
I'm sure that will happen soon enough, but in the meantime, I can't get too enthused about the "hands on" feedback we've read about so far.
Originally Posted by glow11
Get the glossy and don't dust it
Originally Posted by TMNT1000
Hey guys We've had the 71 in our bb store for almost a week and i've tried the 120hz refresh on the tv but i actually don't prefer it. On our sports loop it makes feet, bats, tennis and baseballs almost lag and artifact. Then on movies it makes them not look like a movie anymore it's too smooth is there something i may not be doing right as far as settings?
Try to find your answer in a thread dedicated to the 71 Series. That's where you're most likely to find the right kind of feedback. Your question will probably just get lost in a thread like this one (as it has so far).