Originally Posted by Synaps4
I'm pretty sure a PC with an HDMI card is the only 120hz source currently available. Ps3 is limited to 60hz, your blue ray player is doing 24 (native film) and most broadcasting is done in 60hz as well.
I would concur that someone is trying to make a mountain out of nothingness by even posting this nonsense. Buried within all 1080i broadcasts is a perfect 1080P24 and it's always at 60Hz in N. America and so why the hell would the TV need an "INPUT" of 120Hz when there's virtually no source of 120Hz - the 120Hz is taking place within the panel beyond or after the Input (Internal). Most panels are still 60Hz but again the INPUT Source feed (broadcast) is not doing the 120Hz and neither are the BD's.
Perhaps someone super bored is trying to create it via HTPC but why? Makes no sense to me how it would be of any benefit - the imperative is the panel processing that perfect 1080P24 within. The HDMI is not an intelligent smart device and doesn't even have error correction built-in - it's a conduit interface channelling source not processing. This is a question that hasn't meant jack sheet to current 650 owners and should remain that way as it's meaningless. What's important is what's going on within
the panel with the source that it's being fed since no one is feeding 120Hz why give a crap.