Update for everyone. Unfortunately its not looking as good as I first thought. Here are some first thoughts after two days.
Alright my 72in is FA02 panel it says. Everything at first looked great. Started to tinker around with things and watch a few things on my Panny 820. Now I feel I have a more observant perspective to detail than most people would, but I was trying to figure out and determine what I was seeing so I can make sense of it and perhaps tackle it. I initially thought everything looked good and had mentality "well things need to be tweaked obviously" and it will be great. Now starting to wonder if that's not possible.
1) Response Time and Ghosting
First question for anyone and if this is a thing for people, but do you noticing ghosting? I feel I have always been highly susceptible to Response Time and Ghosting. I always see it when watching movies on pretty much any of my friends TV's right away and it bugs me so much. Not sure, but I feel that's what I am seeing. Best way I can describe it ... so I put in 4k Bluray of Greatest Showman and a still shot is incredibly sharp and pristine in detail. I can see wrinkles and stubble, but slightest sway or movement the wrinkles, stubble, or detail tends to wash out and blur.
Another example is I put in Dave Matthews Live at Radio Hall (yes this shows how old I am and dates me). It's an amazing Demo blu-ray anyways for picture quality and TrueHD audio track. Noticed one shot where its just a camera shot of hand holding cell phone in the air and hand sways. I can see the cell phone trailing the screen as it sways. So I saw like 8 faint cell phones as it sways for 2 seconds.
Can this be tweaked out with settings? I always turn OFF the Auto Motion on Samsung and Noise Reduction right away, so I am not taking about the Soap Opera effect. I tried turning back ON the Auto Motion, specifically the Blur Reduction setting, and test a little bit but it didn't seem to help.
What I am thinking is that most people don't notice it perhaps? This has probably become the norm to people for TV's? I am thinking I am more prone to it because the past 10 years my TV has been a Samsung DLP projection TV and ghosting was a non-existent thing. Those TV's were 10 MICRO seconds . . . not milliseconds. So when I watch other TV's I am always like "hmm shouldn't be doing that". Thoughts or ideas for me?
Been fully reading up on it since started researching and reading this forum. I didn't know what to expect because I guess I never really noticed it before. My DLP TV didnt have it. First got the 75in Q90 and it seemed great. I didn't notice it, but thats cause I haven't really witnessed it before or went out to look for it.
Well I went out looking for it. Did two of those popular YouTube videos. The hockey one and another was the blue sky shot just moving around looking at clouds. Ugh, now I see them and I can not NOT see them.
I put in Blu-ray of Harry Potter Deathly Hallows part 2. Starts out with them in sandy beach and beach house. When camera pans I see the DSE all over the sandy white beach. Problem is I dont know what is normal for DSE. Is this normal amount to people or too much? Problem is I now notice it and will always detect it.
Anyways, I think the combo of these two happening during motion is the frustration and lack of detail I am seeing. Ask me any questions. Ideas to minimize anything? I am going to test this as long as I can before return date, which I need to look up what the return options are. Or should get a another for less DSE?
Last edited by Nathan Bergman; 04-04-2019 at 11:23 AM.