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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-30-2011 06:00 PM|
YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR when it comes to TV's.
|11-30-2011 05:50 PM|
|11-30-2011 05:46 PM|
|11-27-2011 11:36 AM|
most movies are 24frames a sec
refresh rate isnt the issue
its the video processing hardware inside the TV that matters
1080p movies are flawless on my old 37in 60Hz HDTV
no lag, no tearing, no blur/ghosting
60hz vs 120hz is meaningless when the only noticeable feature of 120hz is the "soap opera" effect of the auto motion compensation type of 120hz - which many people end up hating and wanting to turn off because it makes films look cheesy.
Now sports on the other hand, is a different story
|11-27-2011 11:35 AM|
so what you're basically saying is because its a STANDARD then we should disregard deals that dont have them, whether they're good or not... ITS ALL ABOUT BEING ABLE TO DISCERN. Its like how everyone pays a little extra for a gigabyte router when they don't do any file transfers or a CAT6 cable because its the standard when practically everything still uses 10/100 base T. Please don't lead the uninformed into thinking these "invisible" technological advances actually anything beneficial to 90% of consumers.
|11-26-2011 11:24 PM|
4 ms to 6 ms is pretty standard in LCDs.
8 ms is pretty slow by today's standards.... especially when coupled with a 60 Hz refresh rate at 40 inches.
120 Hz and 4 to 6 is the goal.
|11-26-2011 11:05 PM|
|11-26-2011 10:59 PM|
|11-26-2011 10:57 PM|
|bananaboy2||The official TCL site says the panel resolution is 720p|
|11-26-2011 10:51 PM|
This can't really be overstated with the TCL 40" "1080p" set.... it's not a real 1080p set. It apparently accepts a 1080p signal, and indicates such on screen, but the panel (which is listed in the manual) is NOT a 1080p LCD panel. It just downscales the image.
I really hope this isn't a trend among TV manufacturers.
UPDATE: Just looked at the data sheet Tigerdirect supplies, and it indicates a 1920x1080 resolution for the panel. I still have my doubts however, as others have pointed out that the TCL is not a true 1080p panel.
|11-25-2011 05:13 AM|
|theimage13||I'm seeing $400 online.|
|11-25-2011 12:32 AM|
|abstractj||I'm seeing $299 online and not $279 in-store pricing.|
|11-24-2011 11:10 PM|
I am seeing this as a live online deal. Shipping is $20.72 to WA state w/no tax. http://www.tigerdirect
TD website says it is a LED but the SKU comes up as a LCD. This must be the same deal as the Amazon deal which is sold out with tax and shipping.
|11-24-2011 10:57 PM|
Is shipping going to ruin it?
Other TVs came up as $79 for shipping...
|11-24-2011 10:52 PM|
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