I wouldn't think setting a 60Hz monitor to 30Hz is going to have the same result as a monitor that's natively 30Hz. I haven't seen any mention of shaking and blurriness in any of the reviews for the 50" version.
No, no way to make it work at 60Hz.
If you set your monitor which is not made for 30Hz to a refresh rate of 30Hz, then obviously it is going to look bad.
This TV actually does 240hz natively. It is just restricted by the cable bandwidth. If you drop it to 720p you can push it at 240hz.
figured this was what they were doing... what a horrible solution.
"The big catch, of course, is that each viewer has to wear special glasses to see the proper image, not to mention get the right sound."
if you're going to that extent, just go in the other room
M$ approach is interesting at least, but seems very very limited.
The ones shown at the auto show did not need special glasses, and promised to feed GPS/Vehicle info to the driver, and multi-media to the passenger. I guess everyone but the driver wil have to wear headphones, or something.
6 TV's in the house with Verizon FiOS and we only pay $4.99/month to connect all 6 of them. Thanks to Ceton InfiniTV and Windows Media Center.
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