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Refresh rate at 60 Hz?

In the little on-screen dialog at the top left of the screen, the tv shows the current display resolution followed by the refresh rate which has 60hz. Shouldn't it be at 120hz? I am viewing verizon fios through my receiver. All cables are HDMI.

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Http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/pop_troubleshooting.jsp?ia_cd=02010100&model_name=LN52A630M1F

According to the Samsung website, the on-screen information is in relation to the incoming signal, not the TV settings which are being displayed.

As long as you have the 120 Hz turned on, the TV will display the picture at that refresh rate. However, the on-screen information will not reflect that.

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Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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