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post #1 of 2 Old 01-09-2013, 08:31 PM - Thread Starter
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I started a post in the plasma forum, and realized that they were all a little too wide for my entertainment console. I only have 50 inches of width.

I am looking for a tv with 24p native, so 4:4, 5:5 or whatever. Maybe this is a non issue for lcd tvs but I have no idea. Can I just grab any lcd/led tv with 24p that is 120hz or greater and not worry about non 1:1 pulldowns since 120hz is 5:5 and 240 is 10:10 ?

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It looks like any LCD/LED tv with 120hz (and above) will automatically play bluray dvd at 24p as quoted below.

"24p true cinema is marketing jargon and just means that your TV can refresh at 24fps therefore displaying Blu-ray/HD-DVD natively (sometimes at multiples of 24 such as 48, 72, 120Htz). This is good as it reduces telecine judder, this is when a TV refreshing at 50/60Htz performs various forms of 'pulldown' to display an image with a refresh rate not native to the TV, this can cause judder especially with fast moving scenes."

"You shouldn't have to activate this feature on your TV as it should detect a 24fps signal. You may need to activate it from your Blu-Ray/HD-DVD player or PC but this will depend on the player."
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