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# 19068 4-Feb-2008 07:47
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Has anyone else noticed some blurring around moving images? It seems to be less noticable in Movie mode where the sharpness is turned back but terrible in Dynamic mode. Am just using S-video currently but wouldn't expect that to be the issue. More likely the set itself but hestitate to call the agent unless I'm sure there is a fault.

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  # 108451 4-Feb-2008 12:18
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Sounds like Samsungs usual ropey deinterlacers. When watching film sources with movie mode engaged it should be better as the deinterlacer only has to perform a simple weave rather than interpolate motion between fields, which if its cr@p at doing will give smudging around moving objects.

Have you attempted to turn most of the DNIe stuff off, failing that maybe some other Samsung owners can offer more useful advise.


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  # 108476 4-Feb-2008 13:33
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Thanks for that. Sounds likely the solution will be in the settings. Would be very interetsting to hear from anyone with one of these sets who has found the optimum setting.


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  # 108479 4-Feb-2008 13:50
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I've got the 50" C91.

Can't really offer advice other than that I'd heard this was a common problem with the Q91 models. When I was researching which model to get, there were quite a few posts on DTV Forums warning people not to spend the extra for the Q91's as the picture was noticeably worse due to the use of the Ultra Filter Bright feature. Not sure whether it is specific to the feed that the TV is getting.

I certainly don't get too many issues at all with blurring on my C91, espcially not when viewing Blu-ray movies of even normal DVDs through an HDMI feed. There have been the odd occasions where picture quality is a bit questionable when watching TelstraClear's digital feed, but I put this down to TCL rather than the TV!!

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