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TV "motion rate" vs "refresh rate".

dps47 1 10 January 19, 2016 at 05:49 AM
Samsung advertises its TVs using a "motion rate" instead if a "refresh rate". Is this the same, and if not, is it just as good for viewing fast action? I hope it is not just a marketing ploy. Thanks.

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Samsung advertises its TVs using a "motion rate" instead if a "refresh rate". Is this the same, and if not, is it just as good for viewing fast action? I hope it is not just a marketing ploy. Thanks.
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This issue has been covered many times. Yes it is a marketing ploy. But the average consumer does not notice. If you have never noticed motion blur on past TVs like lcds or the 1st leds then I would not worry too much about it.
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