I think it offers "tru-motion" or whatever.. Which gives a similar image to 120hz (Motion Picture Setting)
"David J says:
The soap opera effect is most likely due to the 'motion picture setting'. I don't like it for live-action movies, but for cartoons/animation it's spectacular. Find it in the 'advanced' picture settings and turn it to 'weak' or 'off'."
I have a 52" Toshiba LCD that I bought just about 2 years ago that died recently. It's 60Hz. Amex extended warranty refunded me in full which was like $800. I can buy this TV and get like a replacement for what Amex paid me and still be ahead of the game. Thanks Iconian. I'll think about this. Repped.
I love this TV's TV feature. People complaining the picture quality at extreme viewing angle and 3D performance when not looking horizontally at it, but I felt neither. Probably because we mainly watched the TV within 140 deg. from the middle.
The smart TV feature is about caveman-smart. Amazon Prime works great. DLNA feature is good, but it doesn't play AVI file, and couldn't get the audio out when playing some of my MKV file. The Wifi connect can do 5GHz so streaming 1080p video is no problem (when it can play both the audio and video).
I got this TV for $900 last September and I was happy about it.
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