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Maxamize "Soap Opera" effect?

Sup guys, new guy here...

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Maxamize "Soap Opera" effect?

Mghtz,

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ok

you mean like Samsung UN46C8000 ?

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ok

Mghtz,

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Yup

yes it did, thank you. I was just wondering if by customizing the settings (judder n blur) that there could be a maximum level of the "soap opera" effect.

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Yup

Mghtz,

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thanks

thanks, but i'm not looking to "take the edge off" the automotion plus. I want to maxamize the effect and i figured there would be a way by customizing the blur/judder settings. I just don't know in which direction....more judder , less blur? more blur, less judder? etc etc

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No such thing as raising automtion plus settings

My tv doesn't have such an option as "raising" the automotion plus setting. It just gives me 3 options......standard, smooth, and clear. And then of course a customize setting in which i can raise or lower the judder and blur myself.

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