Anyone know of a good TV in the $800-$1000 range?

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User Info: spemsha

spemsha
4 years ago#1
Also, is 120mhz refresh rate a huge advantage over 60mhz?
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User Info: georgewduff1

georgewduff1
4 years ago#2
What youre distance of view..?
And yes...120hz is great for fast paced action...Text and detail are more clear...
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User Info: MrImpatient35

MrImpatient35
4 years ago#3
I have a 120Hz HDTV. I LOVE IT! I don't know what I was doing with 60Hz before. What size are you looking for? Cause hands down, the best brand has to be Samsung. I'm not sure if their TVs would be in your range (the bigger ones at least).
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User Info: DarkHiei

DarkHiei
4 years ago#4
I got a 50" like 2 weeks ago best buy had it on sale at $879 then I think online a week later it was $7xx. It's a Samsung 120Hz LED. Amazing. And I have to say for anyone that says 60Hz is all you need, you need to experience fast motion games with 120Hz. It's actually noticeable how much smoother the frames are. Great contrast ratio, deep blacks. Model is UN50EH6000. Only problem for some might be the lack of features or inputs. Only 2 hdmi ports and one component set with some audio out. Works for me though.
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User Info: JohnWall32

JohnWall32
4 years ago#5
The people telling you 120hz is better for video games are clueless...google it...many articles on this very topic...60hz has less processing which causes input lag.

User Info: Spetsnaz420

Spetsnaz420
4 years ago#6
JohnWall32 posted...
The people telling you 120hz is better for video games are clueless...google it...many articles on this very topic...60hz has less processing which causes input lag.


I've been saying this but peeps won't listen. 60hz and up is fine but fast response time and high contrast ratio is more important IMO.
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User Info: TheApd_Returns

TheApd_Returns
4 years ago#7
120hz is the Dr Dre Beats of video technology.
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User Info: BigMoneyAnt

BigMoneyAnt
4 years ago#8
Sony KDL-47W802A is a great option. It's right at $1,000, and it'll be especially good for gaming with its fast response time of 17ms.
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User Info: NeoSioType

NeoSioType
4 years ago#9
With that price range I would look into whether or not it has decent speakers. Something to consider.
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