Does a 240 HZ make a difference vs 120 HZ?

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65" LED TV w 120Hz using Cisco or Linc video-conference system...... Would a 240 Hz TV make a real difference in videoconferencing quality?

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For the average viewer, no you won’t notice the difference. If you watch a lot of fast action sports and such you may notice more pixelization and blurring with the 120hz. One the action stops the picture is fine. The 240hz does not seem to suffer the same issue.

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  • TomLiotta
    I'd be surprised if it made any significant difference for video-conferencing. Maybe for football or basketball. But you probably should be asking that kind of question in a TV electronics discussion forum. -- Tom
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  • Jack521
    Try making video of your screen through mobile and you will see the difference.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    I don't know for sure but I suspect that the human eye cannot detect the difference in video signals running at such a high refresh rate. Video cameras, yes...that's why we see screens flickering on TV and in movies. Personal use, not so much...especially compared to the sub 70 Hz rates we used to have on CRTs in the 1980s and 1990s. :) Video conferencing...well, you need to test it out but I suspect it won't make a difference.
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