Re: 60 Hz vs 120 Hz
Originally Posted by six_storm
Honestly, go to a Best Buy or where ever and ask someone to show you the difference with a Blu-Ray movie. The biggest difference I've noticed is that with 120Hz, the movies just don't look "theatrical" anymore. It's too fast/smooth for me and doesn't look theatrical/movie-like to me.
I think I've seen this phenomenon before. It's like the movie is in fastforward but it's not. I hated it and wondered why anyone would pay so much to have a movie look like that. My hdtv's/projectors are all either 720p or 1080i and I still love the way the picture looks. They can keep the fastforward look.
Consoles: Xbox Elite with HDDVD drive and PS3.
Panasonic AX200U Widescreen Projector (1280x720), 160" HighPower Screen, AND A BIG COUCH.
[FONT="Courier New"] HTPC: Intel Wolfdale 3ghz, 4 gigs DDR2 800 ram, 500gig HDD, Craptastic 7600GS, Windows 7 32bit, XBMC installed [/FONT] :D
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