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Pioneer PDP6010FD question

by mvac616 / January 27, 2009 9:35 PM PST

I love watching the reviews on the site and was hoping I could get some advice. I watched a sports on a Samsung LCD tv with 120hz clear motion technology and was amazed I could actually see the difference. I know Pioneer are kind of the top plasmas and the 6010FD is a great tv but was wondering how the "motion blur" compared to the 120hz LCDs, or if there was no noticeable difference. Thanks in advance for anyones help.

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Comparing that Pio with a Samsung w/ 120Mhz
by Pepe7 / January 27, 2009 11:17 PM PST

IMNSHO there is difficult to compare that Kuro to a Samsung LCD. Once you get it properly calibrated/adjusted there is simply no going back to other panels. 120 or 240Mhz won't make a difference. Keep in mind the issue of motion blur does not exist on a plasma in the same sense that it does w/ LCD technology. This is discussed frequently in this forum and elsewhere if you go back a few pages and read through some of the threads. AVSforum covers it too.

-Pedro

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Motion blur
by mvac616 / January 28, 2009 12:06 AM PST

Thanks for the reply! I just assumed that with Panasonic marketing the 480hz sub-field drive that plasmas had motion blur too even though thats apparently not what the "480hz" really is. I can't tell if there really is motion blur anyways, but when I saw a 120hz Samsung I could notice a definite difference watching sports that was pretty cool.

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