Samsung UN46EH5300 46-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (2012 Model)
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This model is listed at 120 refresh rate on Samsung website, and 60hz here, why? What's the warrantee? What's the return policy?
asked by J. Bredahl on November 21, 2012
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To answer your first question, if you read closely on their site the 120 rate is referred to as the "Clear Motion Rate". This is not the refresh rate you're referring to. The software in the tv modifies the picture (not sure of the technical details) and simulates a 120 rate. This is my understanding - I read an article on CNET that described this in more detail. Hope that helps some...
Ryno answered on November 22, 2012
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Bottom line: CMR is a measurement of whether motion will be blurred on your screen, I.e. a football game with lots of action. 60-120 CMR means no blur. The faster the elected motion, the higher the CMR you should look to get. 120 is MORE than adequate for most unless you want to stop the motion of a bullet. LOL.
John R. answered on January 11, 2013
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Nancy H. answered on December 21, 2013
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