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I was at BB and they had a 42" Panny EDTV right next to a Samsung 43" DLP displaying the same feed.....


I like the Samsung and thought the picture was great, but it wasn't markedly better than the EDTV, even though they say it upconverts all signals to 720p...


One thing that did bother me a lot was that when objects on the screen moved quickly, the DLP image seemed to shudder, while the EDTV was much smoother as it moved. Am I just imagining this or is this a real issue?


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The DLP light engine uses a mechanical color wheel through which it successively projects image in red, green, and blue colors.

If there is a fast motion (or you move your head rapidly), the sub-images may not register (align properly) on your retina.

Please search the RPTV area for hundreds of posts discussing the DLP technology and its problems.


Texas Instruments announced an improved version of the light engine, but it's not clear when it will appear in actual TV sets. Does anyone know better?


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