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Samsung vs. Sony for Sports

by melboogiedown / February 5, 2010 1:00 AM PST

I am returning my Samsung HD LCD TV 32", 1080p, 120hz, 80,000:1 - LN32B640 today because it's totally pixelated. My question is, I just read about the judder issue on Samsung with their 120hz Auto Motion Plus feature, so am I better off buying another brand like Sony to avoid this? I primarily got this TV to watch the Olympics so I will be watching TV with fast motion. I also watch NBC Universal Sports which is not in HD, and it's unbelievable bad. Not judder just pixelation and totally blurry.

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