I thought the FXZA was USA and the FXZC was for Canada, same unit buy the cheaper one.
I could be wrong, anybody else know different.
Best to ask Best Buy but I would think, very little as @Glenee notedSomeone help please. I am looking to buy a Q80T 50" as a PC monitor. Rtings mention this is a great tv to have for pc. There's two models and they are priced different at Best buy.
QN50Q80TAFXZA AND QN50Q80TAFXZC. They both seem to be 2020 models. What is the difference between the A OR C at the end?
I have read that if you actually turn Picture Clarity settings ON and put the blur/judder sliders to zero and turn off clear motion, it may solve your problem.I just got a 65” Q80T and was wondering if anyone has an idea on how to stop the soap opera effect I’m experiencing? I went to expert settings and turned ‘Picture Clarity Settings’ to OFF, but I’m still getting very noticeable soap opera effect and it’s making an otherwise amazing picture, unwatchable.
did you try settings in the first post? what's your source?I tried filmmaker mode and that darkened the picture significantly but didn’t have any effect on motion.
All that’s off and I’m using the rtings settings, which are very similar to the settings in the first post.did you try settings in the first post? what's your source?
make sure Intelligent / Eco settings are Off regardless of the Picture mode you're using. every source (including HDR mode for the same source) has its own individual set of settings.
are you saying you're still experiencing soap opera effect with all of those sources while having Picture Clarity setting on Custom with Blur and Judder at 0?Source is Roku, Oppo BD player, and PS4.
Clarity settings are set to ‘Off’ but I’ve tried custom and having the sliders both at 0 and the LED clear off, and noise reduction off.
Agree with @denpom to check any source settings that may be altering the source before it even gets to the TV. Do you see this on any specific HDMI port? Checked HDMI cable? Try viewing material directly from one of the TV apps such as YouTube, Netflix, Hulu etc to rule out source interference.that doesn't make much sense, those settings turn any extra processing off. double check your source settings.