Originally Posted by cjones
He said that they preform better with a weaker signal.
I'd be curious to know what he means. For example a better TV can take a poor quality analog signal and clean it up; but now that OTA signals are digital I can't see it making a difference as far as better performance with a weaker signal. If he showed you a particular TV; and that TV's tuner was rated better at picking up signals- I could buy that.
It sounds to me like he is making up a feature in order to upsell you.
You are correct that 120 hz is better for fast action; and therefore a better TV to buy. However when shopping for a TV for my trailer I wasn't looking for high end features- I figure watching HD TV while camping; I can "rough it" with 60 hz. Then again- if your rig is more of a mobile cabin than a camper (meaning you watch a lot of TV)- go for it if you like the TV better.
And keep that in mind; no matter what the saleperson says- you
will be the one watching it; so get the TV that you like best. When taking my mom TV shopping she couldn't see the difference between 60 and 120 hz; so it wasn't a buying factor.