Icon wrote:Yep, I am aiming for at least 120hz. I saw a Panasonic TV yesterday advertising itself as 600hz, though.
The real dinamic ratio is a mystery to me, it is very difficult to have a true disclosure.
Size I increased from 32 to 37, maybe 42.
I think it's impossible to see any difference above 120Hz, unless you have compound eyes
I noticed manufacturers tend to hide the static contrast ratio as it is easier to trick consumers with amazing 6-figures dynamic contrast ratio specs, so you might have to search a little bit to find the real specs. If you can find a TV with a 4000:1 or 5000:1 static contrast ratio it will be already very good quality. Actually I even disabled the dynamic contrast ratio option on my TV as it can keep adjusting the contrast during a dark scene and create some kind of contrast oscillation that I find extremely annoying.