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this my first post,so i'm sorry if it's in the wrong sub-forum.
I'd really appreciate if some one can tell me ,what is the difference between Clear Motion Rate and refresh rate?
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Clear Motion Rate is something Samsung's marketing team came up with to define motion resolution.

It basically meaningless (akin to Dynamic Contrast)
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Clear Motion Rate is something Samsung's marketing team came up with to define motion resolution.

It basically meaningless (akin to Dynamic Contrast)

thx,should i consider this answer,as that,they are not the same thing?
in samsung.us,they are talking about the refresh rate,samsung.uae,they are talking about the refresh rate,this is for the d series 2011,it's 800 clear motion in the uae site,and 240 refresh rate in the us site,its LED and not PLASMA in the uae site?
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