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in need of a 32 inch smart TV

I’m searching for a 32 inch Smart HDTV that’s 1080p, with a 120 refresh rate and has 4 HDMI inputs. I could live with 3 HDMI inputs but I still want the rest. Because of the area where the TV will go nothing larger than a 32 inch will work. I’ve searched but the best I’ve come up with is a Samsung UN32J5500AFXZA. It’s a Smart TV and is 1080p but the refresh rate is only 60 Hz. BTW if it has what I want I don't care how much the TV costs.. thanks to all...

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I didn't find any others.

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Some CNET author actually says 60 is the better idea to avoid the soap opera effect.

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Okay thanks, I didn’t know for sure. Not only do I watch cable I also have a Roku, an Xbox 360 and a PS4. Didn’t know how my gaming would be at 60 Hz. again thank you for the reply, Blair

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I'm going to repeat a nod to the 60Hz model.

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Gaming could suffer if you got a 120 or higher rate HDTV. The motion smoothing can increase input lag. 60 means no post processing and usually less lag. Which is what gamers always ask for.

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thanks again

In reply to: I'm going to repeat a nod to the 60Hz model.

Good information and that's why I have to ask. I did buy the UN32J5500AFXZA TV and am very pleased and at a reasonable price.

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