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Thread: 100Hz/1080p

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    Default 100Hz/1080p

    Cine ma lumineaza si pe mine...care
    sau unde se vede diferenta la un HDTV ; si unul care are 100Hz+1080p





    ex : SHARP
    LC-52 HD1E

    LCD-TV mit 16:9 ASV-Black-TFT-LCD-Panel
    mit voller HD Auflösung ,100Hz


    Thnx!

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    Diferenta se vede la imaginile cu miscare rapida, in cazul 100Hz, miscarea apare mai naturala!

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    100hz - bun la transmisii sportive.
    full hd 1080p - bun la filme de pe blue-ray/hd-dvd.

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    Default tv pe 100 hz

    Daca ai sa mergi la un stand de tv-uri , vei observa ca cele mai multe au un efect de " palpaire" si doar cateva au o imagine stabila ! ( efectul e mai vizibil cand te uiti indirect la ecran). Cele care sunt "stabile" functioneaza pe 100 Hz. ( In mod normal , tv-urile obisnuite lucreaza pe 50 Hz in doua semicadre- expl. intretesuta ).

 

 

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