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480 Hz

The frame rate of certain flat panel TVs. Panasonic introduced 480 Hz plasma sets in 2008, and LG demonstrated its 480 Hz LCD TV in early 2009. The technology is based on the same concepts as 120 Hz, except that there are more frames created in between the actual frames. See 120 Hz.
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When measured in the same way the items in (28b) yield an average F1 of 480Hz and average F2 of 924Hz.
Its TruMotion 480Hz and 200Hz technologies, which provide ultra crisp image quality and reduced motion blur use scanning backlight technology to selectively switch CCFL and LED backlights, effectively refreshing the image at much higher frequencies.
Features include 3D compatibility, TruMotion 480Hz refresh rate, less than 1 inch overall depth, .8" panel depth and bezel framing width at around .5".
With an astonishing 480Hz refresh rate, LED local dimming, 2D THX Certification and its eye-catching super-slim frame, the LX9500 makes for a stunning display whether the power is on or off.
He added that the company would announce 480Hz LCD TVs this year, after debuting 240Hz models last year.
LG Display has unveiled the world's first Trumotion 480Hz LCD TV panel, which has an impressive 480 refresh rate per second, accelerating the advent of ultra high-speed images, without sacrificing picture quality.