|You've either got defective set, bad cables or bad source material.|
It will be helpful for you to upload not only an image screen shot from your set...but to post your settings as well. I would suggest you hit "reset" on one of the standard modes (dynamic or movie) to see if it is still there.
|Originally Posted by mikej3131|
hey pete those are not pics of my actaull set, they are just pictures of i found ojn the internet that look pretty much like what im seeing on my TV. I couldtn find my digital cvamera last night but i will try to find it tonight. should i take the pics with the light off or on in my room, should i take the pics with the flash off or on and how far away?
|If you are viewing cable TV...it's entirely possible that you can get Bad signal/source from that.|
That's what I meant by bad "source" (ie..whatever you are watching). SD cable upsampled and stretched on a large screen..is always going to be worse for wear. But does it also do this with DVD? If you still see this same thing on DVD on a different input , I would definitely take this set back and get a new one.
|You could bracket the exposure (take 1 picture exactly as the meter shows and then under/overexpose 0.5 f-stop or so) and take more than few shots to pick the best.|
|In other words, with good HD signal your screen should look "wow, I can't believe TV can look that good" and not " what the heck is this ?".|