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ps3 hdtv

by ipodstink / December 11, 2007 10:29 AM PST

are sony bravias good for gaming with ps3

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Bravia TV
by inachu / May 23, 2010 10:02 PM PDT
In reply to: ps3 hdtv

Need more data to make a difinitive answer but since you gave a
general question then I can only give a general reply.

The answer: YES

For gamers you must decide on the following factors:

SCREEN REFRESH RATE: Do not go lower than 180Mhz If you go lower
than that then you will see ghosting(motion blur)

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I think
by Jimmy Greystone / May 24, 2010 12:57 AM PDT
In reply to: Bravia TV

I think you mean 120Hz, since they haven't quite gotten to the MHz range for that sort of thing yet. Of course the whole 120/240/XXX refresh rate is just a marketing gimmick. LCD and plasma displays don't work like CRTs, so a refresh rate is a completely meaningless figure. They just throw it onto TVs so that there's this big number, and people just assume that it's better.

I have a plain old "60Hz" LCD TV, I play quite a number of games on it, never once seen any ghosting. I defy anyone to be able to tell the difference between a 60, 120, and even a 240Hz TV set when you aren't told which one is which. No one will be able to do it at a rate higher than just flat guessing.

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by AceStallion / June 22, 2010 12:54 AM PDT
In reply to: I think

yup! i bought a sony bravia 46" 60Hz 1080p 140,000 contrast resolution tv with my ps3 and its PERFECT..i got it at wallmart for $850

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