Toshiba - 100Hz or Natural

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  1. mrsingh

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    I'm thinking about a getting a Toshiba widescreen set and have noticed that all of their 100Hz models seem to have an option to change to Natural mode. Does anybody know what this natural mode means - does it mean 50Hz?
     
  2. Nic Rhodes

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    It depends on the material being shown on the tv. They are designed for different things.
     
  3. delta

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    I leave mine permanently switched to 100Hz and never have picture problems.
     
  4. magikkk

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    I'm so in love with this TV (46WHO8B)

    But what do you mean 'softer' version brass neck?<br />I'm curious as in laymans terms I'm non the wiser from the original question. Does anyone really know what natural scan does? No offence just wanna know!
     
  5. brassneck

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    Nope, natural is just a 'softer' version of 100hz.

    cheers

    rob
     
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