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1. The 24fps will divide evenly into 120Hz. AMP will process the picture and improve it (in many cases), but some motion blur will remain, depending on the source content.
2. DNR may make a slight difference in that application.
3. Not really. AMP processing will improve the motion displayed on the LCD panel, but if that's not working for you, I'm not sure what other suggestions I would have to reduce that. Make sure that your content (DVD, Blu-Ray, Cable box, etc) is outputting at the highest resolution possible.
If you are watching 24fps content, you might turn "Film Mode" to "on" for the source that will be taking advantage of that 24fps content.
Hope that helps. Keep me posted!
I recently purchased an LN46A650 and also a BD-P1500. Picture quality etc...is fantasic. Auto Motion Plus(AMP) is great for watching sports but for movies to me it makes things look like a soap opera so I turn it off. Problem is that motion blur appears which I know is typical of LCD technology but I have a couple of questions.
1. Does the 1080p24fps help reduce motion blur when AMP is turned off?
2. Will turning off DNR help reduce motion blur when AMP is turned off?
3. Is there any other settings that will help reduce motion blur when AMP is turned off?
These are my current settings for watching movies:
Black Adjust: Low
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Color Space: Auto
White Balance: Default (all at 25)
Flesh Tone: 0
Edge Enchancement: Off
Color Tone: Normal
Digital NR: Auto
HDMI Black Level: Normal
Film Mode: Off
Blue Only Mode: Off
Auto Motion Plus 120Hz: Off