Originally Posted by skfields01
I have a Samsung LCD 55" TV that has the 240mHz that I got last year. I wanted to go get another one that also has the 240mHz in it and noticed that hardly any TV's come wit it anymore... LCD or LED either. At Best Buy you mostly see 120mHz.
Has 240mHz gone out of style or something? Has 120mHz been updated as is now 240mHz equivalent? Any help would by appreciated.
First off it's Hz not Mhz...
There are still many 240's around just possibly less as there is no discernible difference. Where some people will claim 240hz is a must is on 3DTV.. As I care very little about 3D, the refresh rate is not very important.
Keep in mind that the refresh rate of the TV has almost nothing to do with the overall quality of the TV... it's more of a gimmick then anything else to get you to shell out some extra hard earned cash.
All or most of the members here will tell you to turn this feature off because it gives the fake soap opera effect that true video enthusiasts despise.
Buy the TV, not the specs is my only suggestion. You can easily search google for a 120hz vs 240hz and see what most people are saying.