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Wow smh, if only they made the A8H in a 77”. So now their “Master series” that they’re continuing on this 2 year cycle isn’t actually a Master Series at all. I need 77”, don’t wanna go back to the A9G now that I know there’s been improvement in almost every aspect. Main question though, is there still audio issues via eARC on the A8H?
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Wow smh, if only they made the A8H in a 77”. So now their “Master series” that they’re continuing on this 2 year cycle isn’t actually a Master Series at all. I need 77”, don’t wanna go back to the A9G now that I know there’s been improvement in almost every aspect. Main question though, is there still audio issues via eARC on the A8H?

No way to know for sure yet, but this set uses the same applications processor as the A9G and Sony is still developing the firmware, so I would not be optimistic.
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Has this been tested further? Hope you test with actual content, feed the tv some low bitrate sdr dark scenes and see how the dark portions on the screen behave. The A9G and F havent got over this problem after the latest f/w released a couple of days back.I can still spot macroblock flashing or what looks like excessive dot crawling in the dark portions of the screen on the G.
I’m still testing the low end but dot crawling is reduced compared to my A9G. Need to compare against the CX next.
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The new BFI implementation? Yeah, until the A9H next year also has it. You won't get the feature on the A9G and F because it most probably needs adjustments to the TCON's and the IGZO backplane speed, so a software update won't do it. A9G and F will be left with the 60hz BFI with the low and high settings. Though I find the BFI on the A9G to be acceptable (for sdr), once you get used to the brightness hit and slight flicker in bright scenes. And feeding the A9G 24p movie content makes BFI work at 48hz.

Still curious to know how much benefit in terms of MPRT is this year's implementation over the older models. And how does BFI work at 120hz when you feed a 120hz source. So far from the few opinions available, maybe sony's implementation works better than LG's CX/GX implementation. Also want to know how well the sony's compares to the 2020 panasonic's 'Auto' BFI, a feature pana reps bragged of at CES this year.
BFI settings 1 and 2 are 96Hz with 24p content. 3 is 48Hz.
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I’m still testing the low end but dot crawling is reduced compared to my A9G. Need to compare against the CX next.
I’m not seeing any chrominance overshoots on the A8H. However, I can say with BFI is engaged to 1 or 2, there is significantly less noise and sharper shadow details with poor sources— like S8E3 of GOT— compared to BFI Off.
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BFI should not be used with HDR and DoVi— drops the light output too much regardless of setting.
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I’m not seeing any chrominance overshoots on the A8H. However, I can say with BFI is engaged to 1 or 2, there is significantly less noise and sharper shadow details with poor sources— like S8E3 of GOT— compared to BFI Off.
Stop it already before I make an impulse buy! Just kidding, keep up the good work.
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BFI should not be used with HDR and DoVi— drops the light output too much regardless of setting.
So 1/2 settings reduce BLUR motion? Increase motion resolution, giv 1080 lines and more?
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So 1/2 settings reduce BLUR motion?
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Increase motion resolution, giv 1080 lines and more?
Around 750 lines with setting 1 and 900 lines with setting 2. 1080 lines requires Smoothness to be set to 1.
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Thas is more lines A9G? and CX?
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Thas is more lines A9G? and CX?
Setting 3 on the A8H is the same as clearness High on the A9G so it will have the same lines of resolution... which TBH, I did not check because of the halving of light output. I’ll test tomorrow along with the CX. Enjoying real content right now
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How does it compare to your Kuro?
Kuros are in storage. May take the 101FD out late next week just to see how BFI 2 compares.
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BFI settings 1 and 2 are 96Hz with 24p content. 3 is 48Hz.
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Around 750 lines with setting 1 and 900 lines with setting 2. 1080 lines requires Smoothness to be set to 1.
It sounds like Sony tuned the new BFI options on the panel into the significant upgrade that was speculated. Correct me if I'm wrong, but 96Hz BFI for 24p and 900 lines of resolution with 60p content without an impact to calibration, significant brightness loss or perceptible flicker for most people (I say most since I seem to be in the 1% that can't see flicker on the old BFI implementation) sounds to me like they have matched VT/ZT60 plasma motion performance. The major thing left would be the very difficult task of figuring out a way of making this work with HDR, but with how good of a job they appear to have done here, maybe that's something for next year's A9 and it's new picture processor.
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Around 750 lines with setting 1 and 900 lines with setting 2. 1080 lines requires Smoothness to be set to 1.
Wow, I thought OLEDs were only getting 650 lines with BFI? And plasmas were around 900-1080 lines. That certainly seemed to be the case comparing my old Panasonic plasma to my A9F with BFI turned on.

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If my own experience will be in line with what’s been expressed here (less stutter on 24hz) I’ll definitely go for either 8H or wait some more for the 9H.
I was so dissapointed on the LG C9 in this regard. I know we all are not equally sensitive to this phonomena but it really beats me how some people doesn’t care. Our eyes must be working very differently ,)
Hopefully this will soon be a thing of the past and we can again enjoy the smooth ”film-motion” of plasmas (with the addition of all the things new tvs do better..)
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There is literally a 1 nit difference between Min and 2 with 10% windowed patterns. However, a setting of 3 halves the brightness and flickers more than prior year’s Sony BFI.

How is the nit difference between BFI off, 1 and 2 if SDR brightness is maxed out? Is there still no lit difference or does this scenario more compare to HDR? I‘m curious because usually I watch sports in a bright room.
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Around 750 lines with setting 1 and 900 lines with setting 2. 1080 lines requires Smoothness to be set to 1.
Looking at Katzmaier 2019 LG C9 OLED review he stated that using motion improvement option max motion resolution was 600 which would improve somewhat to like 700 when using BFI. OLED is considered to do like 650 max. Are you saying all that improved this year?
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Does the A8H have an internal pattern generator like the LG‘s or Panasonics?
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The major thing left would be the very difficult task of figuring out a way of making this work with HDR, but with how good of a job they appear to have done here, maybe that's something for next year's A9 and it's new picture processor.
@D-Nice , does BFI not work with HDR?
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Looking at Katzmaier 2019 LG C9 OLED review he stated that using motion improvement option max motion resolution was 600 which would improve somewhat to like 700 when using BFI. OLED is considered to do like 650 max. Are you saying all that improved this year?
2020 OLED panels have more advanced BFI at the hardware level (120Hz BFI). How each manufacturer implements that can vary.

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@D-Nice , does BFI not work with HDR?
You can use it, it's just the hit to brightness makes it sub-optimal since you can't compensate for that in HDR like you can in SDR. I'm hoping some smart engineering can figure out a way to auto compensate for it at lower nit levels, since that's where most of the image resides in, and turn itself off during specular highlight scenes.
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Looking at Katzmaier 2019 LG C9 OLED review he stated that using motion improvement option max motion resolution was 600 which would improve somewhat to like 700 when using BFI. OLED is considered to do like 650 max. Are you saying all that improved this year?
Today I’m using a different source for motion resolution. At this exact moment I’m looking at the same pattern Vincent uses for motion in his reviews.

Motionflow Off is clean and clear to 300. After that, everything is blurred.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness on 1 and BFI Off is clean and clear to 400. Blurred after than point.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness on 2 or Max and BFI Off is clean and clear to 600. Blurred after than point.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at Min and Clearness set to 1 (BFI is now On) shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 300. 350 is blurred but then is clear from 400 to 700-750.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at Min and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 300. 350 is blurred but then is clear from 400 to 900.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred after 400

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 2 or Max and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 700. Blurred after 700

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred at 450 to 500, then clear to 900 (some may even say down to 1080)

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 2 or Max and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 900 (some may even say down to 1080)

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred after 400

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at any setting and Clearness set to Max shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 600. Blurred after 600.


You all can debate the lines of resolutions with the above data
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How is the nit difference between BFI off, 1 and 2 if SDR brightness is maxed out? Is there still no lit difference or does this scenario more compare to HDR? I‘m curious because usually I watch sports in a bright room.
This something that I will not be testing as I do not recommend or explore maxed out brightness settings in SDR. Sorry.
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Today I’m using a different source for motion resolution. At this exact moment I’m looking at the same pattern Vincent uses for motion in his reviews.
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You all can debate the lines of resolutions with the above data
I hate to say this, but this is all a foreign language to me, I haven't looked at TV's in 15 years. Would somebody be kind enough to point me in the right direction so I could learn if all this data is good, bad or indifferent? TIA
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Does the A8H have an internal pattern generator like the LG‘s or Panasonics?
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Today I’m using a different source for motion resolution. At this exact moment I’m looking at the same pattern Vincent uses for motion in his reviews.

Motionflow Off is clean and clear to 300. After that, everything is blurred.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness on 1 and BFI Off is clean and clear to 400. Blurred after than point.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness on 2 or Max and BFI Off is clean and clear to 600. Blurred after than point.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at Min and Clearness set to 1 (BFI is now On) shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 300. 350 is blurred but then is clear from 400 to 700-750.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at Min and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 300. 350 is blurred but then is clear from 400 to 900.

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred after 400

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 2 or Max and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 700. Blurred after 700

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred at 450 to 500, then clear to 900 (some may even say down to 1080)

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 2 or Max and Clearness set to 2 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 900 (some may even say down to 1080)

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at 1 and Clearness set to 1 shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 400. Blurred after 400

Motionflow set to Custom with Smoothness at any setting and Clearness set to Max shows the lines clean and clear from 150 to 600. Blurred after 600.


You all can debate the lines of resolutions with the above data

If I’m reading this right clearness max is more blurry than clearness 2 and clearness 1?

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If I’m reading this right clearness max is more blurry than clearness 2 and clearness 1?
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I hate to say this, but this is all a foreign language to me, I haven't looked at TV's in 15 years. Would somebody be kind enough to point me in the right direction so I could learn if all this data is good, bad or indifferent? TIA
In K.I.S.S. terms, Motionflow Custom with Smoothness Min and Clearness 2 is best. No motion interpolation (zero SOE) with high motion resolution for movies and sports with negligible brightness loss.
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Today I’m using a different source for motion resolution. At this exact moment I’m looking at the same pattern Vincent uses for motion in his reviews.
Do you mean FPD benchmark? There is interlaced video 30i


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In K.I.S.S. terms, Motionflow Custom with Smoothness Min and Clearness 2 is best. No motion interpolation (zero SOE) with high motion resolution for movies and sports with negligible brightness loss.
Thank you. For the idiot in me.. how does the motion blur in the A8H, set up properly, compare with a good quality plasma tv?
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