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Old 03-20-2013, 09:32 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm trying to set my tv to 48p to try some imax movies I have and also the hobbit, but I cant.
I tried different variations of 47.94, 47.95, 47.96, 47.97. 48.0, with no luck.
I tried both with powerstrip and the nvidias control panel
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Old 03-20-2013, 09:56 PM
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LOL

Back off man, I'm a scientist.
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Old 03-21-2013, 08:58 AM - Thread Starter
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LOL

Whats the LOL about?
Im asking cause I had a 4 year old samsung and I could do it fine. I bought one this year and I can't.
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I believe some current European models Plasmas are capable of actually accepting and displaying 48 fps content.
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I believe some current European models Plasmas are capable of actually accepting and displaying 48 fps content.
I am having a hard time believing that. I do not believe that we will see a 48fps flatscreen any time soon. And we won't see a blu-ray player that will be 48fps able soon

btw till 2020 there will be no more than 10 48fps movies made.
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I am having a hard time believing that. I do not believe that we will see a 48fps flatscreen any time soon. And we won't see a blu-ray player that will be 48fps able soon

btw till 2020 there will be no more than 10 48fps movies made.

My 4 year old samsung LE46A656A could do 48p easilly through my PC. Any time soon had already arrived 4 years ago.
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My 4 year old samsung LE46A656A could do 48p easilly through my PC. Any time soon had already arrived 4 years ago.
Your 4 year old TV could not do 48 native frames per second, no current TV can smile.gif

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1446397/so-the-hobbit-hfr-should-run-perfectly-on-48hz-plasma-right
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