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100hz

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Please Explain: 100Hz

One of the newest features to appear on flat-screen TVs is 100Hz motion compensation, but what is it and how does it work?

By 27 May 2008

Article

Samsung responds to 100Hz Motion Plus issues

The latest 'buzz word' for flat-screen television is 100Hz, but with some users experiencing problems, is it all that it's cracked up to be?

By 20 March 2008

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Kogan Elite 32-inch LED TV with PVR

It's a pity that the two selling points of the Kogan Elite 32-inch TV — 100Hz and the PVR — are so poorly executed, as without them this would be a decent television.

27 January 2011

3 stars Editors' rating 27 January 2011

Typical price: $689.00

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Samsung PS42A450P1

The Samsung PS42A450P1 is a 42-inch plasma which features 100Hz motion compensation and is capable of displaying 3D games and videos.

7 May 2008

Pricing not available

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Epson EH-TW4000

The Epson EH-TW4000 is a 3LCD 1080p projector, which boasts black levels similar to more expensive DLP projector and now features a 100Hz mode.

19 February 2009

Typical price: $4,799.00

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Samsung LA46F81BDX

The Samsung LA46F81BDX could have been such a great television but its poorly implemented 100Hz feature has let it down miserably.

13 February 2008

3 stars Editors' rating 13 February 2008

Typical price: $4,749.00

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Toshiba REGZA 32C3000

The Toshiba REGZA 32C3000 is part of the C3000 series and boasts a digital tuner, 2000:1 contrast ratio, and an intelligent 100Hz picture mode.

19 July 2007

Typical price: $1,999.00

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LG Scarlet 42LG61YD

The LG Scarlet 42LG61YD is an exceptional 1080p television with great design, features and a well implemented 100Hz mode. Considering the cost and the improvements over the previous Scarlet, this is definitely a good buy.

8 August 2008

4 stars Editors' rating 8 August 2008

Typical price: $3,099.00

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Philips 42PFL9703D

We had high hopes for the Philips 42PFL9703D, but a poorly performing 100Hz mode and some set-up quirks means the TV isn't the Bravia killer we first thought.

22 July 2008

3.5 stars Editors' rating 22 July 2008

Typical price: $3,299.00

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Sharp LC32D53X

We quite liked the Sharp LC32D53X as a whole, and with many other 100Hz televisions causing more problems than they fix, it was good to see something less intrusive and pleasing to the eye.

11 April 2008

4 stars Editors' rating 11 April 2008

Typical price: $1,899.00