Hey, I'm going to be the owner of a 40H6350 within a week or so when the money's right. So far, it seems to be the perfect fit for what I want out of a new HDTV (my current tv is 7-8 years old). My only question, currently, while I wait to buy it next week is what does the "FXZA" suffix mean on these televisions? Someone on Reddit seems to have conflated the version number (like TS01, TH01, etc) with the suffix in the model name, but he's going on about these "frankenstein parts" to keep "brick and mortar stores' prices more competitive" -- it freaked me out for a second there. That seems to be the panel lottery that many speak of, which I'm not worried about since the 40H6350 uses only Samsung panels, and with information I gathered here and elsewhere, I'll gladly double check upon purchase.
....but am I missing something? I want to make sure. I only found two places that explained the FXZA suffix and all they said was it was for "manufacturing information"
EDIT: Oh man, I just realized - I had forgotten to double check the input lag (I don't know what PC means):
42ms (PC) for 40H6350 (120Hz)
28ms (PC) for 40H5500 (60Hz)
NOOOOOOOOOOOOO. No I'm not sure what's going to affect my viewing pleasure more-- the input lag being too high on the H6350 or the refresh rate being lower on the 40H5500. I like how the H6350 has 1 more HDMI and 1 more USB port, though! Anyone have any advice?
Last edited by ShovelKnight; 07-05-2014 at 06:28 AM.