No problem as I thought the presentation was pleasing to my eyes. I think you have front projector, but with my 65" plasma, perhaps the inconsistences you've experienced isn't as revealing on my smaller screen. If it's not too much trouble can you give me a couple of scenes that really bother you so I can take a closer look at them?
WOAH!!! Time for a major apology to you, the forum, and possibly to FOX with a complete hang of my head in embarrassment! I did so much carping last night about this that a certain gentleman (who shall remain nameless) finally said to me, in all innocence, "Gosh, I hope I didn't 'do something' when I was in the settings menu." (!) Never mind that I can't for the life of me imagine WHY he would need to be in there in the first place but, sure enough, the Samsung's output resolution was changed from AUTO (correct) to 1080p (incorrect but, in his defense, if I didn't know better I would probably have picked this one too) and I watched the whole thing last night on a blu-ray player that thought it had to "upconvert" an already 1080p image, adding a layer of processing that softened the image and suppressed the colors. I don't exactly know why this is even an option on the Samsung as I'm sure there are lots of people who will mistakenly choose it but that's a rant for another day.
I AM SO SORRY FOR MAKING COMMENTS ABOUT THE TRANSFER WHEN I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THE HELL I WAS TALKING ABOUT (he says sheepishly)
I only had time to sample a few quick scenes this morning and, sure enough, what I'm now seeing is much more colorful, defined and, for lack of a better term, SOLID. I'll watch it again in whole.
In the words of Emily Litella, "Never mind!"
ps.....I don't have a projector
Edited by Will Krupp, July 16 2013 - 02:58 AM.