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Where do i locate 120hz on my lcd 1080p ? I checked the back i only see 60hz.

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60Hz Rating on the back label is the AC frequency feeding power to your TV, the 120Hz is the video refreshing rate of the TV screen.

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The television panel itself is a 120hz panel, and it should be understood that regardless of the picture being fed into the television, it will always display at 120Hz. There will also be some signals being sent at different resolutions, such as 480, 720p and 1080i/p. Since the panel is a 1080p panel, the picture will also be upgraded to a 1080p picture, regardless of the source.

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If you are asking if there is a way to make a 60hz tv a 120hz tv, no, there is no way to do that. The clarity is mostly dependent on the signal and the TV. For instance, if you have a 1080P television and are getting a 1080P signal (from a Blu-Ray player or HD DVD), then you should be getting a very clear picture. It will be a little smoother if the TV's refresh rate is 120hz or 4ms as opposed to the standard 60hz or 8ms. If you have a high-def satellite or cable box, you should get 1080i if the channel is broadcasting that way, but you cannot make the TV do something it was not designed to do.

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