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60hz to 120hz

Any way to get the clarity of a 60hz samsung like in a 120hz ssamsung, or boost it somehow...?

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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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