thanks, I will pay closer attention, and tune in undercover boss and see how it appears on my 50st30.
I don't know what service provider you have, so how can you tell when a program is being broadcast in 720?
I have DirecTv. I've usually been able to tell if a program is in 720p or 1080i on any set, but I've never seen it so obvious as it is on the 60" set. Guess it gets more noticeable as you go up in size on the TVs. If you look at the remote for your TV, somewhere in the middle of the remote you'll see an "Info" button. Click on that and it will tell you what resolution it is receiving.
I watched an old rerun of NYPD blue last week [ of course it's not HD] and it had the "blotchy compexion on one person, but not the other" issue.
So, makeup , or resolution, or both? I'm kind of thinking both.
I think I know what you mean. That's just how SD shows up on some of the programs. I don't watch many SD programs.
I take it you watched "revenge" on your 60"st30?
Yes and we watched a show on Fox last night and it was the same way. CBS and NBC broadcast in 1080i and Fox and ABC broadcast in 720p. No idea why.
Also, if memory serves me, you stated on a previous post you didn't do much with the settings on your new 60", correct?
Yup, I'm gonna give it a month or so to burn in and then I'll see what corrections I need. Fortunately, I have two other Panny 1080p sets to compare it to. You do need to factor that burn in time into setting them up.
I didn't like the picture on my 50" 1080p set when I got it and after a couple months I reset it to factory settings and it has settled down so much I've never changed any of them.