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After much researching, comparing, and waiting, we finally got our LED TV. After the very first initial setup of the TV, the custom picture settings were not accessible (greyed out) so I had to reset the TV to its factory condition and run the setup again. This time all options were accessible. So far, we are very pleased with the TV. Of course, only time will tell how reliable it is; but it is great at the moment. The delivery was fast and as scheduled (Amazon had an option to schedule a delivery on a certain day and at a certain time). I was concerned about possible reflections (it is glass after all) but that is not an issue at all. So far we have not noticed any motion blur like on older LED TVs. Overall - very pleased.
4/30/2012 If while watching movies (BD/DVD) the so called "soap opera effect" bothers you, you can change the Scene Selection to Game. I have not noticed it that much while watching TV programs but the effect was very much present while watching BD movies. After changing it to "game" it is not much of an issue.
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Initial post: May 1, 2012 7:53:36 PM PDT
simply turn motionflow to OFF in Cinema mode to get rid of soap opera
Posted on Sep 6, 2012 2:51:04 AM PDT
ONLY turn off motionflow. Changing to game mode will turn off almost all other picture enhancements as well, in order to reduce lag input. The other enhancements are the entire point of buying a tv this expensive.
In reply to an earlier post on Sep 10, 2012 6:45:01 AM PDT
Can you tell me on how to go back to factory settings? Also, sometimes tv has granular image all over screen which comes and go. I dont have exact word to describe it. It appears and goes
Posted on Feb 14, 2015 6:10:58 PM PST
Chen Xulian says:
Seems like this sharp tv is really worth the price but I have my doubts about it being sturdy enough if I place it high up. I can't really afford to see this one break. Did you fix the TV to the wall? I would probably go for FlexiMounts to mount it. Check it out if you had a similar conern.
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