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led tv pixelation problem!

by Cocazo93 / January 28, 2013 9:39 AM PST

I recently purchased a led toshiba 40l5200u 1080p 120hz. I love the whole idea of viewing bluerays in 120hz however ive notice that in fast moving scenes it pixelites around the image!!! I am viewing blue rays on a ps3 with an alphaline goldplated hdmi 13 gps of speed. My sharpness is set to 0 and refresh rate is at medium... how can i fix this ???

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