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I can't get my TV to receive the 120 hz, just the 60 even after turning the 120 hz "on" at the menu. Do you know why?

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Most tvs that do 120 hz will only if the signal is 120hz.like blu ray or ps3.and stil yet u gotta use hdmi cable!!! there are some tvs that upscale but very few and they are a fortune!!! dude get a ps3 or a blu ray/dvd cmbo that upscales dvd!!! maybe guru needs 2 study!ha ha

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Since you don't provide make or model, I'm guesing a bit here, but...

Are you referring to the refresh rate on an HD set? If so, I'm not aware of any currently available consumer product that will generate an image with that refresh rate. Can you provide more details about the problem you are having? Hopefully with more to go on, we'll be able to help.

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Bad news:

UK has 50 Hz electricity, and appliances are rated for local power..
Any appliance made for US market is rated 60 Hz.
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Look at label on your mixer, and then look at labels on local appliances. You will see 50 cycles or 60 cycles. Rarely appliances are labeled 50-60 cycles.
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