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Onboard HDMI to TV

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  1. MohawkAngel

    MohawkAngel New Member

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    I wanna know for an HDTV the number of Hertz is it modifiable or I should absolutly find a TV the same HZ frequency as my onboard 1080P HDMI ?
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    What? 1080P is 60Hz
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    nope bro...some are 120hz up to 600hz now if you are looking on LCD or LED tv's
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    In a recent test between a 200Hz high end Sony Bravia LCD TV running Sony's Motionflow and a brand new 50" Panasonic running at 600Hz the picture difference was significant with the 600Hz plasma from Panasonic delivering a sharper smoother image. It also appeared that the image had more depth.


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    yep they are still 60hz input.
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    It still takes in 60Hz image and then just displays more than that by cloning the frames or by some other adaptive means inside the tv. So almost all 120/200/600Hz TV's take in 60Hz picture.

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    Thx inioch...thats a simple and effective answer :p
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    1080p is a standard, of 1920x1080 @ 60Hz

    if its 120Hz or 200Hz or anything other than 60Hz, then technically its not 1080P (and therefore, wont be compatible with tons of stuff like DVD and BR players)

    as said above, the 120/200Hz screens just double the frames for the most part.
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