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I am researching a 40" LCD HDTV for a Christmas purchase. I like the picture quality and specs of the Samsung LN40B630, but am a little leary after reading of the power on / capacitor problems experienced with other Samsung TVs. Does anyone know if this problem is showing up on the LN40B630, or has Samsung finally upgraded to better capacitors? I'd rather go with one of the other brands, if this issue has not been resolved.
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-11-29
I am currently debating between the Samsung LN40B630 and the Samsung LN40B550, the 550 model runs at 60hz, vs the 120hz of the 630, I'm wondering how much of a difference this will actually make? After doing a bit of research I learned that the real factor in a clearer picture is not always the refresh rate, but rather the Anti-Jutter effect, I believe Samsung refers to this as AMP (auto motion plus) Does the 630 come with AMP? Is there a feature to turn AMP on / off? and is it possible to run the unit at 60hz and 120hz, or does it only run at 120? Thanks in advance...
(No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-09-23
Answered by Bobby 2009-09-11:
This Samsung is a 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV. It is a already installed in the LCD since it is the main feature. It is automatically enable. You can read the user's manual for more