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"120Hz can't be turned off. This can make movies seem too real, what is known as the soap opera effect. It bothers most people and with most 120Hz TVs this can be turned off. With this TV it can not. "

Its real? Can i off it without renaming to pc?

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-> Tru Motion Off ( Motion Interpolation - Motion Smoothing)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motion_interpolation

and Turn off all Motion Smoothing options: check out which options are making motion more smooth.

Here are some LN5400 settings, as you can see lots of stuff is turned off
http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg-lcd-tv/lg-ln5400-picture-settings.html


120Hz has two elements refresh rate and motion interpolation
http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-the-refresh-rate
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-> Tru Motion Off ( Motion Interpolation - Motion Smoothing)
The problem this TV don't have this function in the menus like others!!! Read the reviews frown.gif
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Here are some LN5400 settings, as you can see lots of stuff is turned off
http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/lg-lcd-tv/lg-ln5400-picture-settings.html
Omg thanks you so much, so i can turn it off via menus? Thanks you sooooo much for the info!!!
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So, this tv is good and soap opera effect can be turned off?
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So, this tv is good and soap opera effect can be turned off?

If your TV is the LXXN5400 there should be a TRU MOTION option (on/off, low, mid, high etc..) in the PICTURE OPTIONS mode. When this option is turned off SOE (soap opera effect) should be gone for the most part.
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If your TV is the LXXN5400 there should be a TRU MOTION option (on/off, low, mid, high etc..) in the PICTURE OPTIONS mode. When this option is turned off SOE (soap opera effect) should be gone for the most part.
how understand "gone for the most part"?? not at all?!
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how understand "gone for the most part"?? not at all?!

On my 100Hz LED option Film Mode1 (something like LG Real Cinema i think) does some (just a bit) Motion Smoothing. I have a choice between Film Mode 1 and Film Mode 2, they basically do the same thing - make movies look the way they should look - Film Mode 1 does that with a bit of motion smoothing, Film Mode 2 without any extra motion smoothing. So when i turn off MotionFlow ( Tru Motion) on my TV and not use Film Mode 1 picture motion looks natural.

SOE you will only get when Tru Motion is turned on (Lots of motion smoothing).
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On my 100Hz LED option Film Mode1 (something like LG Real Cinema i think) does some (just a bit) Motion Smoothing. I have a choice between Film Mode 1 and Film Mode 2, they basically do the same thing - make movies look the way they should look - Film Mode 1 does that with a bit of motion smoothing, Film Mode 2 without any extra motion smoothing. So when i turn off MotionFlow ( Tru Motion) on my TV and not use Film Mode 1 picture motion looks natural.

SOE you will only get when Tru Motion is turned on (Lots of motion smoothing).
You even don't know how you help me, i will get this TV!!! Thanks you...
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I am planning to buy this tv. Can someone confirm that the true motion soap opera effect can be turned off... thx

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