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- QuestionIs this TV Native 120Hz, or just 60Hz? (6 Answers)Answers
I own this model and after extensive research i deemed it the best value for the money. However, this TV is native 60hz. If you look up any legitimate review of the d series, e series and even the m series 55" and below are 60hz native. Effective does not equal native. This is a fact. WWW.rtings.com has an extensive review of this television giving it excellent reviews on motion blur and input lag. For gaming, this is essential. In fact it has the lowest input lag of any TV currently on the market. Its excellent motion blur rating also would suggest any fast moving action movie or various other reasons people get hung up on refresh rate would be really unnoticed side by side with a native 120hz television.
- QuestionHow secure and wobble free is this tv on its two leg stands? (7 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow does this TV rate by the experts in comparison to the top rated TV's Panasonic, Sony and Samsung? (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionHow much motion blur does this TV have? (6 Answers)
I'm planning to get this TV for gaming more than nothing and watching sports like soccer, but i'm the kind of guy who prefers a clear picture instead of low input lag. So, if anyone has already bought this TV, can you please tell me how does the TV look while showing some fast-paced content? Thanks!Answers
This television has the lowest input lag of any TV currently on the market. Also, it's motion blur capabilities are excellent. The refresh rate is commonly mistaken as 120hz NATIVE. It is 60hz native and 120 effective. Effective and native are not the same. Research this fact if 120hz is what you are looking for.
- QuestionDoes anyone know the native refresh rate of this tv? (6 Answers)
Curious to know as I'm considering buying this on black friday. Seems like a lot of these TVs are deliberately leaving off that information as well as the type of HDMI inputs which is a big deal for a 4K tv.Answers
- QuestionHow wide is the stand width? (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat other apps are preloaded- is it only Netflix? The picture and the specifications seem to be contradicting each other. Is it that the TV has the "capability" to load other apps? (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat is the usable viewing angle of the screen. (5 Answers)
My wife likes to sit near the fireplace at an angle and watch the TV. A previous cheaper Emerson LCD TV performs very well at this angle, maybe 60 - 75 degrees angle from straight on and we need something comparable. We do not want anything that will appear washed out.Answers
I own this model and as a bedroom TV it's amazing, however, the picture becomes very washed out when you are not dead center due to the display being VA vs an IPS. VA has the best picture for watching from the center aside from the expensive oled displays. IPS, generally used by LG and some vizio models, doesn't have the capacity to display the vibrant colors and contrast a VA display will. However, an IPS display has much much better viewing angles.
- QuestionHDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 Compatibility (2 Answers)
I do see that this tv comes with 5, HDMI ports; do those support HDMI 2.0, and what is the difference between HDMI and HDMI 2.0? Also, is this television support High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, or HDCP 2.2? Thank youAnswers
So HDMI 1.0-1.4 does not support high speed internet or 4K TV viewing. HDMI 2.0 supports internet speeds of 18GBPS I believe and supports 4K UHD videos. Now HDMI1.4 will support 4K UHD but may lag just a tad bit, but most of the time it is not noticeable. Now for the question you are looking for... HDCP, which stands for High-bandwidth digital Content Protection, for Blu-ray players and HDTV devices like satellite and cable boxes. HDCP 2.2 is the latest evolution of copy protection. If these cables are needed your TV service provider will give these to you. Until then just use HDMI 2.0
- QuestionHow far apart are the stands legs. (3 Answers)Answers
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