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Does interpolation really matter? I have a rough idea of what it is....I think. Really a 120hz tv isn't really 120hz, it's still 60 if it's interpolated, right. But what exactly are the effects on quality from this? Let me now if I'm way off base with bare bones understanding of this.
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It means you are not getting the true 120hz like lets say a 120hz LCD Monitor would give you, input lag is also going to be a big issue.
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