Originally Posted by gregoryperkins
I have the 6900 and an lg projector. Both have terrible lipsync problems when paired with a receiver. They are doing a ton of image processing, in my projectors case to the detriment of dark scenes. I was able to get the projector to look good by putting it on the game setting, in theory cutting down on the processing to reduce lag. Since I discovered this, I have not gone back to the plasma to do the same. They are in the same room and I have been using the projector most of the time. I'd start there.
Tv signals top out at 1080i, I find it hard to believe that the tv won't take 1080p, you should be able to tell what it is getting. I actually have the same receiver, I assume you mean vsx.
Hi Greg, I've tried the game settings, unfortunately this doesn't help the laggy effect I'm experiencing, here is some more data on the effect and the above.
Regarding the resolution specifications, here are the specifications:
This is the file I was referring to, snapshot of the video specifications attached too. Let me know if I’m reading it wrong. haha
When I’m in game, and I press the ‘INFO’ button, the output is labelled as 1080p 60Hz. But regardless, it’s very misleading if the specifications state 1080i through HDMI and I’m using HDMI with 1080p
Originally Posted by J-e-L-L-o
I didn't notice the model distinction, I have the 6600.
Hmm well if the tv can only take the 1080i, that could be the reason for the interpolation issues. Probably the effect your eyes are seeing. I know the PS4 can output at 1080i. Hook the PS4 directly to the tv, then go to settings, sound and screen, video output settings, and choose 1080i. See if that helps.
Then do the same thing through the receiver. Some receivers don't do 1080i over HDMI..it will automatically up convert to 1080p. I remember my old Onkyo documentation said that and like you said, it did do 1080i over component.
Try the PS4 directly connected forcing 1080i output then the receiver. I’m betting the receiver is causing the problem.
Thanks for this tip Jello! This may be the reason why the TV is displaying 1080p when I press the info button. Maybe the receiver upscaling isn’t matching the tv frequency or something. I have connected box xbox1 and ps4 directly to the TV and experienced the same issue, but I haven’t tried to connect directly and change the output to 1080i. I find the xbox to be a little limiting on the output settings, so I’ll test the PS4 tonight. The same thing happens with movies too, so I’ve validated that its definitely an issue with how the TV is receiving the signal.
Here is a video of the effect I was referring to. I recorded my screen on my phone. It’s evident when you see the trees while the screen is rotating.
It’s unfortunate that I can’t get into the service screens to check the firmware version, # of hours of operation, etc.
Also, the motion eye care is greyed out, so I can’t turn it on to see if it’ll help.
Thanks guys, I really appreciate the feedback on this.
Lastly, this is what I was planning on buying to see if it would help the situation: