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100hz without blurring ?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by m00dy, Apr 24, 2004.

  1. m00dy

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    hi there

    I need to buy a tv to replace my sony KV-25F1U.
    Can anybody recomend me a 100hz tv that dosent blur ?

    I went into HiSpek today and they said that the following 3 models will not blur.
    sony KD32DX200
    sony KV32FQ70
    JVC HV32P37
    If this is true which out of those three would you choose

    cheers
     
  2. Paul Atreides

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    I would like this answered too as I've pretty much given up on 100Hz.

    I call it 'judder motion'. :)
     
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    I have just got myseld a JVC and there is no motion blur or shudder whatsever. Very impressed.

    I am however having a slight problem with a Shimmer using RGB but I am sure I will get it sorted.

    I have had 5 or 6 different sets over tha last 3 months, including the mighty Panny PD30 (which was a pile of crap) and i can honeslty say that the JVC comes out on top. Its the first JVC I have ever has and i am very impressed.

    Go for it.
     
  4. Paul Atreides

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    I can tell you that the FQ70 will not eliminate blurring as it has 100Hz Digital Plus, the same as my FX66.

    The DX200 uses DRC which I seem to remember isn't perfect either.
     
  5. mo

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    hi spek are being alittle naughty!
    as far as i'm concerned only the b&o avant and the loewe articos dont
     
  6. m00dy

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    yes they are being naughty

    i bought the kd32dx200 and it is terrible

    they also said you can switch from 100hz to 50hz, which is also wrong, the only thing you can switch is between 50 and 100 drc processing, it is still a 100hz television.

    how they can sell a product that is inperfect without telling you is absurd.
    side moving credits, well u can forget trying to read them cos u cant, the blurring is shocking to say the least
    severe loss of detail in bright situations, everything just blurs.

    i am majorly dissapointed, how do i stand as far as getting a refund of exchanging the set.

    cheers
     
  7. wibble

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    May I just correct you slightly, DRC50 IS 50Hz using Sonys proprietry line quadroupling technology, DRC100 is 100Hz with Sonys line doubling technology. I, too find DRC100 unbearable due to horizontal motion blurring. I use DRC50 which, to my eyes at least, gives a stuning picture with no visible scan lines (which on 36" Tv says something !). In fact if I watch a non sony TV with no DRC equivalent I can't watch them because the scan lines standout like a sore thumb.
     
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    What blurring :confused:
     
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    What TV do you have?
     

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