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well if thats the case i imagine the manufacturer has probably designed it so turning it off deliberately makes it look worse, so when your in the shop and you turn it off and on, the customer is amazed.

tvs were fine before "240hz" technology came along, so if your tv is jerky and studdery with it turned off then clearly that is intentional
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My fix was to get the remote that came with the TV, and hit the "Display" button until it said "Native". That worked and solved it for me.
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Now I am wondering if there is a way to sync the games at 120hz refresh rate since my tv actually does 240hz!
The input is only 60Hz on non 3D Televisions. The TV analyzes the frames given and creates frames in between to create smoother video(interpolation). This works very well for movies originally filmed at 24 fps. For gaming this adds lag while the TV does the computations. Each TV has a setting for gaming which runs at 60Hz with minimum lag. Have fun with your new TV
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well if thats the case i imagine the manufacturer has probably designed it so turning it off deliberately makes it look worse, so when your in the shop and you turn it off and on, the customer is amazed.

tvs were fine before "240hz" technology came along, so if your tv is jerky and studdery with it turned off then clearly that is intentional
I doubt that especially since you can take a normal 60 hz and sit it next to a 120/240 and tell a difference easily. The crutchfield outlet has every type of tv lined up when you first walk in. It's pretty cool you can get a sense for comparison then.

Actually I've noticed stuttering in widescreen for for years. the reason it used to be ok was with a 4:3 the frames had to travel less distance accross the screen. A 16:9 screen is longer, so it takes more frames to account for the length it has over it's 4:3 counterpart.
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