Recently i bought an hdmi cable and connected my xbox to a 42 inch led tv.I am experiencing controller lag when i play games.When i move the controller button to look around in the game, there is a slight delay of a second of me pressing the button and the character responding on screen.After this i connected my xbox to my 17 inch pc monitor through vga, and there was no such controller delay.But when i again connected my xbox to led tv THROUGH VGA i again got this controller delay.Why could this be happening?I have read a few posts abt this issue on the net and there r quiet a few ppl facing this problem.On my led tv 100Hz motion plus is off when xbox is connected(even when it is on there is controller delay) and i have tried changing resolutions but the problem persists.Any help would be appreciated.
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It may be a TV response time issue. I don't have one myself, but I have done research. Is there a GAME setting on your TV by any chance? I hear a 4MS response time should be the max for a TV used for gaming, anything lower only makes everything better. No doubt someone more informed can come and help you out as well. :PBradHummrWhat he's describing doesn't have anything to do with the the response time. He's having trouble with input lag. What kind of tv do you have? Samsung and Sony are known to have high input lag.
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ok, in game mode it should fix the delay, but if it doesnt, while in game mode go to display settings. on my sony tv theres an option called motion flow, but on your samsung it will be called something different like motion plus or motion judder or something like that, make sure you turn that OFF during gaming (leave it on during watching tv and movies). this is what causes controller delay. if you have any questions feel free to send me a message.
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Just like right4dead said, a lot of the newer led tv's have extra video processing to try and make the picture look better. This produces video lag. I personally have an LG led/lcd tv and the LG models have an option called "eye care" if you turn that option of along with the tru-motion, or whatever samsung's version of this technology is called, you should have a lot less video lag. When I turned these options off, I have virtually zero input lag. If you have a rhythm game like rockband you can use their video calibration to see your video lag time. Try changing some of your video setting while testing the lag to see what works best.
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