Do LED tvs suffer from motion blur?

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  • Do LED tvs suffer from motion blur?


Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 18:04
Yes, all LCD TVs (which includes "LED" TVs) will exhibit some level of fast motion blur. It is minimized by sets having a higher refresh rate and a faster response time, but you pay more for such models. The less expensive sets, like the one you want for under $250, will typically have the minimal refresh rate of 60 Hz (50 in the U.K.), and an unspectacular response time, giving you the type of fast motion blur you're seeing now. You get what you pay for. You could eliminate the problem altogether by going to a plasma TV instead of LCD/LED, but that means a screen of 40 inches or more.
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Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 21:12
LED televisions are LCD panels that use LED lights. Sorry - but motion blur is just one of 3 major problems with LCD panels. This is why you need a unit with at least 120 hz refresh, LED back lights and wide angle of view to rival a budget Plasma.
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