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It is not a rumor, the T version does not have 120Hz input nor any inputs that could accept 120Hz. You want the S version.
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It is not a rumor, the T version does not have 120Hz input nor any inputs that could accept 120Hz. You want the S version.
Damn, you're right! I checked back on the site and Real 120 is not listed as a feature for the T27A950 - that just killed it for me! I'm getting one of these instead since they're on sale at BestBuy by $50-$100 off!

Samsung LED S23A550H $280 $230, T24A550 $400 $300, or S27A550H $400 $350

Just can't figure out which one I want, but I'm picking it up now lol.
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All of those are run of the mill 60Hz panels.
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All of those are run of the mill 60Hz panels.
I know that. I wanted a 27" and was also interested in 120hz, but seeing as the cost of those new ones, it's not worth twice the price. I went ahead and picked up the 27" Samsung LED since I needed a monitor right now. Plus the 950 series still isn't out like it was supposed to be this month.
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hello, please help, I have a strange problem with my new Samsung TA950. Bought it a week ago through ebay from Korea, its T27A950 or, LT27A950KD, other code on the back. I bought it due to its interesting design, and I do love it. All is fine exept the fact that it can not find the channels on DTV here in UK. I mean, it finds 4 channels, but no sound and just black and white. In the user manual at the page 14, step 4 at the first setup you can choose the country, but is not available in my menu. I called Samsung UK, a lady said that because was imported from Korea the tuner itself is a korean version and will not work here..kind of hard to belive, nothing over the internet about this. Also spoked with the seller. He also contacted Samsung Korea, they said that I need a set top box...another remote.I do believe that is country related. On other forums, about other models is something about a service menu, where you can change the country, but is a sequnce of keys from the remote, tried 3 found over the internet, none is working. Any ideeas please?
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I see a lot of discussion here about 120Hz vs. 60 Hz on the new Samsung S27A950 and T27A950 monitors.

Per the comparison described in the link below, it doesn't appear that the refrersh rates really make much difference.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379206,00.asp
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I was pretty sure the T27A950 supported 120hz as it has Dual-DVI and it's primarily a pc monitor, secondarily a tv. Can anyone confirm/deny this 60hz rumor?
I know this is an old thread, but that is a just a rumor. How can it be 3D if it's just 60Hz? The TA950 has everything the SA950 has INCLUDING an HDTV. Go to samsung website and confirm for yourself.
    
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I see a lot of discussion here about 120Hz vs. 60 Hz on the new Samsung S27A950 and T27A950 monitors.

Per the comparison described in the link below, it doesn't appear that the refrersh rates really make much difference.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379206,00.asp
First off, this is a 3D TV/Monitor, and 120Hz is a must because it's gonna be showing 2 different images for each eye (60Hz for the left eye and 60Hz for the right) so if it were 60Hz, then it would be 30 - 30 and you'd notice the flickering of the images. There are other reasons why you'd want a 120Hz even if you don't want 3D, but this is the main reason.
    
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I see a lot of discussion here about 120Hz vs. 60 Hz on the new Samsung S27A950 and T27A950 monitors.

Per the comparison described in the link below, it doesn't appear that the refrersh rates really make much difference.

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2379206,00.asp
The link you posted explains how an HDTV does it's fake 120hz by displaying each frame twice.

The S27A950 is a true 120hz panel. Something the HDTV's are not.
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