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I can't find a very conclusive answer to this, so I'll ask simply:


Assuming you're sourcing from a 24p Blu-Ray player, what do 60Hz refresh Sony TVs (such as KDL46EX400) with 24p True Cinema do?


Does it modify the refresh of the TV from 60Hz to some multiple of 24?


Does it still do a 3:2 pulldown? Is it supposed to be better than TVs without "24p True Cinema"?
 

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I am also wondering about this. My friend just bought a KDL50R450A which is 60Hz but the Sony website says it supports 24p.


I'm a plasma owner and know how it works on my D8000 (switches from 60Hz to 96Hz), but on a non- true 120Hz lcd I have no idea. I'm assuming if it's not true 120Hz then 24p isn't possible but I could be wrong.


Thanks for the confirmation!
 

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The tv specs should say that it is capable of 24p. My LG does so blu-rays are played back with the natural 5:5 cadence.
 

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Bump...surely there's someone out there with a Sony 60Hz LCD/LED HDTV that can confirm whether they're TV can show proper 24p cadence when playing Blu-rays!
 

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Originally Posted by Otto Pylot  /t/1294006/24p-true-cinema-on-60hz-sony-tvs#post_24156671


The tv specs should say that it is capable of 24p. My LG does so blu-rays are played back with the natural 5:5 cadence.

The TV specs say the TV has 24p support, however since it's a 60Hz panel I'm wondering how this is possible. I've heard Sony 60Hz TVs can also do 48Hz but I wanted confirmation.
 
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