Originally Posted by Rhodes800
rgdawson, so how do you find motion on x950g at sports? Any stutter? May i ask what motion settings you usually have for sports? I'd say this is one of the very few LCDs that is appropriate for sports watching, the screen uniformity is very good.
Videomirage, i have to say i was pleasantly surprised about x950g's motion. Especially after seeing how crappy motion was on x900f. It is way way better on x950g than on most of the newest tvs one the market. Only second to some older 1080p LGs and latest Panasonic OLEDs like GZ950, 1600 and 2000, which have the best motion ever.
But like i already wrote before, i have noticed some occasional stutter but it isn't really that bad tbh. But it can be noticed. I've updated to the latest patch and i've set the motion to smoothness 3, clearness 1, cinemotion to off. I find those settings to be the best to combat judder and avoiding artifacts at the same time.
But after what i've seen on Sony x900f, Samsung Q70R and Q80R, i have to say x950g handles motion above average for a 4k tv. I guess we just can't have new 4k tv with latest stuff and perfect motion at the same time. The older 1080p tvs were better at motion. But x950g surely passed my test, otherwise i'd already return it the second day, just like i did with x900f. Overall i'm very happy with the tv and bear in mind i'm very picky about it. It'd give it 9/10.
Btw, if your tv is giving you motion problems you have 2 options left. 1. You do a factory reset so you erase the updates (if you think those are the cause of problems, altough i think they shouldn't be) or 2. You try and exchange it for another unit. But seriously, i can guarantee you this tv still has better motion than any other tv issued after 2016, only second to latest Panasonic OLEDs. And i've test, seen and read enough to confirm this.
My motion settings are:
Motion Flow: Custom, Smoothness: 1, Clearness: Min, CineMotion: Auto.
Under Clarity, I have Reality Creation: Off, Random noise reduction: Off, Digital Noise reduction: Off, Smooth gradation: Low
My source is Dish Network (a Dish Joey) via HDMI straight to the TV. I don’t run the video through my Denon receiver. I use the optical out of the TV for audio.
I do recall when I set it up trying other settings where I could not see a thrown football very well. These settings work very well. Also when watching golf, I want to see a putt roll smoothly. It does, no jerky studder, judder or whatever you call it. Just smooth and the ball stays round looking.
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