Originally Posted by stevedabomb /forum/post/12912187
it almost looks to me like staring at my old edtv compared to my 1080p. the pixels themselves look much larger. how does it look from far away?
Originally Posted by westa6969 /forum/post/12912524
Something is amiss with what your presenting. I am this very moment viewing an HD Movie in Dot Mode on a 57" Sharp panel and I can get within a few inches and I cannot see that damn pattern you are displaying - I can barely see a damn pixel in Dot Mode so I don't know what the hell is happening to yours but it sure is not representative of the 57" I view. I view at 8.5' with zero problems.
Perhaps I could see that in SD but I don't use Sd but rarely and have no need to view at 3' but damn I just put my damn eyeball up to the panel and cannot see that pixel structure your displaying. Sharp does a split double pixel fill. I challenge you to push HD in Dot Mode and photo that pixel structure as I can get within an inch and not see what you are displaying at all and I own three Sharps and a Sony.
"By dividing each pixel into two sections and developing an advanced driving system, Sharp's new Multi-Pixel Technology delivers more natural and accurate color reproduction when viewing the screen from virtually any angle. This technology improves extreme-angle viewing by about 60 percent."
What is the source you are photographing and it's resolution and how close are you placing that camera lense? Have you zoomed in with your PC software creating dithering artifacts? If you've magnafied the pic's you are falsely representing what this display is doing if you understand desktop publishing and the effects of resizing graphics without using vector graphics mathematically otherwise your presenting distorted pic's.
Originally Posted by xanax0911 /forum/post/12932660
Lol every brand of set seems to have some problem
Originally Posted by xanax0911 /forum/post/12930318
Honestly, I think you got a defective TV. I have the LC-42D64U and have played both Unreal 3 and Scarface on it from about 4 feet away via my computer and didn't notice anything like that.
What screen resolution were you using on your PC?