I have an almost new Toshiba Regzla LCD TV, 37". It’s been great for sports, movies and such.
I always understood that sometimes very fast action sequences tend to blur and pixellate during those types of sequences, which is almost always in movies.
Recently, I rented off PPV “Speedracer” in HD, I have Comcast, never had an issue with HD movies before, really.
“Speedracer” was almost unbearable to watch. Massive pixellation during every racing sequence, a lot of seemingly slow response time by the set to “catch up” with the action on the screen.
What gives? Was it just that that particular movie title had so much over the top fast action sequences that this kind of viewing experience is to be expected? Was it the massive amount of CGI causing this (or making the issue worse)?
Is there any way to mitigate this effect by altering settings on the TV itself?
I was really disappointed in the way that looked. My son didn’t seem to mind, but I was hoping to recreate the theater experience we had when we saw it there and it was abysmal by comparison.