Actually a very good DVD to show VB in all is glory
Horizontal motion with backgrounds seem to show it most. I am still wondering if this is a scan frequency issue. The refresh rates, etc. may be involved.
The vertical lines that are several pixels apart are what constitute VB. The lines exist during pans and horizontal motion (especially noticable on HD sports like soccer, football or basketball) .
So far, nobody has come to the plate with a solution for those of us with Sony FPs. I own another LCD (Proxima 9260+ and a Dila unit) neither of which exhibit this issue.
I also here about complaints from the Z2 folks as well as the Panasonic 300 and 500 units. They seem to have some help based on driving panels that jitter (mostly green) but that doesn't seem to help those of us with Sony's.
We are working on a few theories related to Panel Drive voltages and several others but I can't seem to get many answers at this point.
Sony, STEP UP!! What do you have to say?? Possibly designed obsolescence as most manufacturers seem to be good at. Wow, did JVC ever miss the mark there
With the exception of contrast (ok, maybe heat and sound) the Dilas seem to blow things away. Too bad they didn't have a better marketing department, huh Trig?? I may keep my Dila just for fun