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Can a modern 4K LG TV advertised as 50hz output 60hz when connected to a console

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8 minutes ago, Glenwing said:

50 Hz is the standard in Europe instead of 60 Hz.

y tho


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1 minute ago, GrockleTD said:

y tho

Because Europe's electric grid uses 50Hz and in the past TVs used this for synchronization. Likewise US uses 60 Hz, which is why TVs use that. Obviously modern TVs no longer need to use the grid's frequency but it's stayed like this ever since.

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Every TV has been supporting all standards for more than a decade.

 

7 minutes ago, GrockleTD said:

y tho

Becasue TV frequency used to be tied to mains power frequency back when TV was invented and mains frequency is 50Hz in many places.

 

 

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