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Can anyone please suggest LCD with doesn't have any soap opera effect. I have been considering 47LA6200 since it's new i couldn't lot of review on it.

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Can anyone please suggest LCD with doesn't have any soap opera effect. I have been considering 47LA6200 since it's new i couldn't lot of review on it.

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Do you have price range? Also, most TVs usually have a way to turn off the setting that causes a "soap opera" effect. Of course these sometimes also makes the quality worse.
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Soap Opera Effect????
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Around ~1000. I heard is most TV's even if you switch it off there is some effect coming through. Any idea if it can be turned off completely in LG LM6700 or 47LA6200
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Around ~1000. I heard is most TV's even if you switch it off there is some effect coming through. Any idea if it can be turned off completely in LG LM6700 or 47LA6200

I will read the manuals but for now, I can't say for sure if you can for either of those TVs. Do you need it be a smart TV and/or 3D? How many HDMI ports do you need? I only ask because you can always get a TV that only does 60hz but they tend to be more basic models (not necessarily worse just without the bells and whistles like 3D).
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I looked at the manuals for those two models. The LM6700 has a trumotion section where you can manually put in a dejudder setting (presumably you will be able to turn it off there) while the LA6200 makes no mention of that setting so I can't say if you can for that model though it doesn't look like it.
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Thanks for looking at it. I'll try to find more info on LA6200. 60HZ is ok but i wanted TV with smart apps.
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60Hz LCd's do not have Motion Interpolation (which is mainly responsible for SOE). For 3D you can best buy a 240Hz. For movies its best to buy a 120Hz, . You can turn off motion smoothing (including Motion Interpolation) on most TVs.

http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-the-refresh-rate
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You might want to look at Samsung's UN46EH5300. It is a 60hz model but has a CMR 0f 120 (Samsung says that that number tells you how well it can depict fast moving images). It has wifi built in and is a smart TV. Now, looking at the manual, there is talk of LED Motion Plus but I don't know if that is something you can turn off. You might want to see if you can find it in a store if interested so that you can check it out in person.
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