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I have gone into advanced setting, there is no Motionflow, no Eco setting either. Right now I am sweating on the Motionflow 200hz thingy because that was one reason I bought this Sony set. I had even thought its a 200hz panel. So you can imagine my disappointment: neither 200hz, nor Motionflow!
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OK nothing in advanced settings means no 120Hz on off switch don't sweat it you may have blinking back light in addition to 120 Hz motionflow don't waste UR time with that it only cuts the brightness in half and does nothing .
Max the TV can see with HDMI is 60Hz so a true 120HZ panel will need to repeat frames
anything over that will need to interpolate black frames also you don't want that for gaming anyway
A 60Hz panel running in simulated 120Hz is using black frame interpolation not desirable in gaming or 24p Cinema
and generally will be disabled in those two modes anyway .
True 120 Hz panel is a big deal sometimes on a 55-65" and up LCD not so much on a 48"
OH no such thing as a true 200Hz panel in US anyway they will always be in multiples of power line frequency
US @ 60Hz = 60,120,240hz 200Hz panel in US is a 120hz panel repeating frames and interpolating black frames
pretty much a cluster F.....
In Canada panels will be multiples of mains freq. @ 50 Hz = 50Hz panel ,100Hz 150Hz and so on .
FWIR these Sammie VA panels are pretty fast ( hold and sample time ) that's a good thing for motion blur and twich game lag time.... better to own a fast 60hz panel than a slow 120hz panel don't believe the hype true 120hz panel is req for 3D and 4K though .
XXW600B have Samsung SPVA panels XX W800/850B are AUO AMVA panels very similar and excellent panels
as long as you don't mind the typical VA panel narrow view angle .
Last edited by tubetwister; 07-01-2014 at 11:20 AM.