Can someone tell the TV makers that we want closest possible to zero input lag, and that real local dimming is far more important than paper thin TV's?
This is very dissapointing and I can't buy a TV like this (and they expect me to pay that much when there is certain things my PC monitor does much, much better without any problems?!). It simply can't do the job, and this is why:
* Input lag is far to high, even 50 ms is too much. Add the receivers input lag and you get a horrible gaming experience! With a Y-HDMI cable you can bypass the receivers input lag but the TV would still ruin the fun. Why can't they bypass the image processing curcuits and get zero input lag? Why do you have to buy a small PC moitor with poor picture quality to get this? It's 2012, remember?
* Real 24p mode is a must. No 3:2 pulldown, give us frame by frame 24 FPS! As far as I know this TV support 24p mode, but this blurring is no good. 24p is probably the most important point in a TV!
* 120 Hz input! They include VGA-input, which nobody uses! Why not include a DVI-input with 120 Hz support, the rest of the TV-hardware support it! The LCD-panel support it! VGA is dead, why would people use that to connect their computers? Most computers have HDMI or DVI, and that's not new!
* Real local dimming! The developement is going in the wrong direction! I don't know any one that care about paper thin TV's, only the TV makers. They're thin enough, now give us real local dimming!
* Image quality could be better! Plasma don't suit my usage (image retention/burn-in, permanent logos/text in games and TV-shows and then there is the black bars in movies), but I haven't seen a TV with as good image quality and matching pricing...
* Smart TV... It's not fast enough! I hate when things don't respond and you have to wait for things to happend! Smart TV is not something I will use, yet. But to be honest, there are more important thing in a TV. I already have got a computer that I connect to my TV.
When you speak to TV makers, can you please explain this to them? Are there any TV maker that are just trying to make a genuinly well made TV, while not sacrificing image quality and such?
Is there any hope left? Do we really have to wait for OLED, or will they ruin that too?
I know I'm being a bit harsh, but it's so frustrating! And when you pay that much you expect a high end TV, not a mid-high end with flaws!
(My English isn't great, but it'll have to do. )