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So I've had my Samsung LN46A650 for a week, and I notice with all sources (cable, Blu-Ray), it always only shows 1920x1080 @ 60 Hz. So how do I make it show 120 Hz? I've looked through all the settings.


And if it's the thing where it's not truly 120 Hz and just uses the dejudder stuff (which makes movies look 'cheap' like a Soap Opera IMO), how do they advertise it as 120 Hz, if it's still only displaying in 60 Hz?
 

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You're not understanding the concept of 120hz TV's, You will never see one display a 120hz input signal, the internal panel speed is always displaying the content at 120hz,


Auto Motion Plus is a frame interpolation that is designed to smooth out judder and make a better image for fast moving stuff like sports and action movies, you can turn it off if you dont like it, 120hz does not = AMP.


120hz is designed for 24hz content at a 5:5 pull down rate, you guessed it, 5x24 = 120hz.


If you're Bluray player is saying 1920x1080 @ 60hz and not @ 24hz then you should go in to the menu and set it up properly. Cause thats the main advantage of a 120hz panel is properly displaying a Bluray disc.
 
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