dealssamsung 55-inch led tv - un55eh6000 series 6…

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240 Hz is Samsung's clear motion rate (CMR) that does not always equal the refresh rate which is probably actually 120 Hz.

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I have this unit, this price is inflated by about $300 due to the gift card from dell.

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Hmm. The description here says 120Hz. I don't see mention of 120Hz on their site. It looks like it really is 240Hz (as the title says).

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@jackofallgames42

It is 240Hz. At least according to the 'Tech Specs.'

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@crahjes: Yeah, it's so annoying that Samsung does that. Great tvs though.

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My understanding is that there are no true 240Hz or 480Hz systems..yet. 60Hz->120Hz was an actual jump in speed, but the 120Hz->240Hz jump was the result of LED flicker manipulation or, as one company did, build into two clocks - each drawing half the screen.

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It's 120hz, "clear motion rate" of 240hz. its a nice, basic, non-slim tv. but for reference, this tv was 880 for black friday and closed out of stores around 850-900. $700 would be a good deal price on this TV, so if you plan on using that gift card this is a decent deal

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@rebelyzrider76:

Here is a really good article explaining how Samsung inflates their refresh rate numbers and calls them CMR to fool the customer. They avoid putting the actual refresh rate anywhere the customer can see it to avoid the scrutiny. If you want to know how misleading the entire refresh rate marketing scam is then read the entire article, but this link will take you to the middle of the article that explains Samsung's CMR numbers. Verdict: Samsung 240 Hz CMR is a 120 Hz TV.

http://www.rtings.com/info/what-is-the-refresh-rate#clear-motion-rate

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Better than most advertised 120hz TVs. Most look practically worse than the 60hz equivalent to me.