Refresh Rate Vs. Motion Rate: The TV Battle Royale

Refresh Rate Vs. Motion Rate: The TV Battle Royale

By: Zachary Tonkinson Comments: 0

Hello tech enthusiasts and random passersby. Welcome to the match of the century - Refresh Rate Vs. Motion Rate (also known as TruMotion if you’re in the LG world). It's like the tech version of Godzilla Vs. Kong, just with fewer cities destroyed.

So, what's the difference between these two titans? Well, we know that refresh rate is how often your TV updates the picture on screen. The higher, the smoother. Simple, right?

Motion Rate (or TruMotion), on the other hand, is a bit more complicated. It's a term whipped up by manufacturers to confuse the living daylights out of us (probably). It's designed to digitally enhance the smoothness beyond the TV’s actual refresh rate. It's like your TV doing its best impression of an Olympic gymnast, attempting to stick the landing every single time.

But here’s the thing: not all viewers appreciate the extra flip. Some people find it makes the picture look unnaturally smooth, like an overly botoxed celebrity. So, it really boils down to personal preference.

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