I have been told that the refresh rate is not significant in this case because the signal is just coming in to the tuner/receiver and going out onto the screen. I have also been told that it does matter.
Which is true?
I suppose it matters if the "guts" of the TV are manipulating the signal before displaying it. What advertised features would tell me whether the guts are manipulating the signal or not?
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