InFrom wrote:I don't know if this post was meant as a troll or a real (if somewhat negative) attempt to impart useful info, but in either case, I must point out that you are in error as to your #1 above. Look again, they are not all 60Hz.
The only TV that isn't 60hz is 120hz "tru motion" which means it is a 60hz TV marketed as a 120hz tv because they added a quick black screen in between each frame to give the appearance of 120 frames per second when really it is just a blink 60 frames per second. This has been discussed thousands of times and you can do your research yourself on why this is actually a 60hz TV labeled as 120hz TruMotion and not a legit 120hz. It is a scam by the LG company, Samsung, and Toshiba. They will never say "120hz" and thats it, they will always add their special name to it like "Uber 120hz" or "120hz clear motion" which is because they cannot just call it 120hz since that is not actually true. It's basically saying "120hz like, but not quiet 120hz"
You'll notice that 120hz TVs cost more than 120hz trumotion but 120hz trumotion will cost more than 60hz tvs but that the 60hz transmitter is found in both the trumotion TV and the 60hz tv; it's just firmware that adds an extra flash of black screen.