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Would a 120hZ LED 46 have motion blur?

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That unnatural look is all of the interpolated frames your TV inserts into the 60 Hz source. I hate it.

Its fuging weird man.

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To all the people who say stay away from Plasma, why?

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To all the people who say stay away from Plasma, why?

Two reasons I don't like them.... most of their screens are shiny and reflect lights, windows etc...

They are very hot... and are energy hogs.

Their pictures are very good, but if there are reflections on the screen, it drives me nuts.

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Two reasons I don't like them.... most of their screens are shiny and reflect lights, windows etc...

They are very hot... and are energy hogs.

Their pictures are very good, but if there are reflections on the screen, it drives me nuts.

fair enough, I was just curious because I always hear bad things about them. I have a 42" Samsung Plasma and I love it.

If I could ever sell my Supra I plan on getting a 60" Samsung Plasma

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Two reasons I don't like them.... most of their screens are shiny and reflect lights, windows etc...

They are very hot... and are energy hogs.

Their pictures are very good, but if there are reflections on the screen, it drives me nuts.

I got a 60" last year Zenith. I was afraid of Plasma (burn in etc). So far all I can say is WOW. The energy sticker say something like 40.00 per year in power consumption. It's been used with Directv/blue ray/ps3. You will have some image retention but it goes away. So don't be afraid of new good brand name plasma.

If you have a dark room go Plasma, if there is a lot of light go led.

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Matte screens are a definite. If you go LED, make sure its fully lit (skip the edge lit varieties, some have very uneven lighting).

As I said before, sports are fine in 120 or 240 hz. It looks great if you're using bunny ears: satellite and cable signals are very compressed.

Movies can be hard to watch - I guess you could get used to it.

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We've had higher-end Samsung 120 Hz LCDs for almost 4 years now and I love them. 46" is actually the size in our basement, so you should be alright. That said, some of the lower-end models can look a little chintzy at times, so definitely research what you're going to buy. With the prices of TVs as low as they are, I'm not sure it wouldn't be worth stepping up to a higher end model and avoiding all doubt.

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