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new review google translated:
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I received the TV!! UN55C8000

Very first impressions... WOW! This TV is amazing! And i'm trying real hard to see light coming in from the corners.... But I can't! There is absolutely no light from the corners.
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I received the TV!! UN55C8000

Very first impressions... WOW! This TV is amazing! And i'm trying real hard to see light coming in from the corners.... But I can't! There is absolutely no light from the corners.

Is it nighttime yet?
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Is it nighttime yet?

I think this set donĀ“t have image quality problems (daytime or nighttime)
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Is it nighttime yet?

No its not night yet. I tried closing the blinds at my place. The room was pretty dark... still no light from the corners.
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No its not night yet. I tried closing the blinds at my place. The room was pretty dark... still no light from the corners.

don't let them bring you down to find flaws with your tv. If you look hard enough you will find something. Enjoy you tv, I'm a bit jealous as i have to wait to get mine.
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don't let them bring you down to find flaws with your tv. If you look hard enough you will find something. Enjoy you tv, I'm a bit jealous as i have to wait to get mine.

Thanks for the encouragement gagit811.

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Thanks for the encouragement gagit811.

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Tv looks great! My 8000 is coming on the 7th. Is yours 55 or 46? Also - let us know if you see any flashlights when it's completely dark outside. I just came from a 7000 and it had clouding/flashlighting
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Thanks for the encouragement gagit811.

Here are a few photos.

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That's awesome! I like the 1st photo.

I always say the Samsung C8000 is the best looking TV in 2010
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That's good news about the C8000. I recently decided to get a B8500. I had it in my cart at BB and just noticed that it was removed today. I did a search and couldn't find any one the site. So I guess they are sold out.

I don't really care about 3D. I am mainly looking for performance and PQ. I was intrigued by the 8500's local dimming. HD guru says the C8000 is the only Samsung set with local dimming in the 2010 product line - known as "Preicision Dimming." I thought none of the 2010 sets announced by Samsung had local dimming.

Ok, nevermind on the local dimming thing. So I assume we will not see anymore local dimming from Samsung. I the C9000 appears to be Precision Dimming also.

With the exception of 3D, is there any difference between the C8000 and the B8500? Or should I wait for the C9000 or find another set to purchase? I am on a short time line as the wife wants a set to replace a 32" LCD asap. Thanks!
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That's good news about the C8000. I recently decided to get a B8500. I had it in my cart at BB and just noticed that it was removed today. I did a search and couldn't find any one the site. So I guess they are sold out.

I don't really care about 3D. I am mainly looking for performance and PQ. I was intrigued by the 8500's local dimming. HD guru says the C8000 is the only Samsung set with local dimming in the 2010 product line - known as "Preicision Dimming." I thought none of the 2010 sets announced by Samsung had local dimming.

Ok, nevermind on the local dimming thing. So I assume we will not see anymore local dimming from Samsung. I the C9000 appears to be Precision Dimming also.

With the exception of 3D, is there any difference between the C8000 and the B8500? Or should I wait for the C9000 or find another set to purchase? I am on a short time line as the wife wants a set to replace a 32" LCD asap. Thanks!

If it's local dimming you want, then you might like to check out the LG LE8500 and LX9500. Sony also has one with the model name HX900. I think Toshiba's Cell TV also has local dimming and will probably have the best PQ of them all.
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If it's local dimming you want, then you might like to check out the LG LE8500 and LX9500. Sony also has one with the model name HX900. I think Toshiba's Cell TV also has local dimming and will probably have the best PQ of them all.


In Germany the local dimming Sony 52" HX905 will cost 2699,- Euros; Samsung with its simple EDGE LED model 55" C7700 comes for 3499,- Euros.

Gues which TV would the most buyer take?

Samsung has the advantage to be first with its premium TV sets. They have to come down with the price, hopefully...
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If it's local dimming you want, then you might like to check out the LG LE8500 and LX9500. Sony also has one with the model name HX900. I think Toshiba's Cell TV also has local dimming and will probably have the best PQ of them all.

Thanks for the suggestions. I considered the LE8500 but some of the issues brought up in Cnet's review gave me pause. I will aslo consider the LX9500 but I do not believe it is out yet so I have heard no feedback yet. I think I'll wait a few months until the C8000 is in good supply and prices come down a tad. Maybe the LX9500 will be out by then.
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Thanks for the encouragement gagit811.

Here are a few photos.

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Quite the beauty. Now all you need to do is remove that unsightly label thing that's partially covering the top right-hand corner.
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Okay that was fast. I have a problem with my C8000.

It's starting to change the input by itself. I'll come home from work and watch tv (which is connected to a AV receiver). And about 15 minutes in, it will change the input to HDMI2 or TV Channel 3. Then the remote will not allow me to change it back. Then the MENU will pop up, then go away, then back, then away again. It will do this until I have to turn off the TV and back on.

Has anyone ever heard of this before???
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Okay that was fast. I have a problem with my C8000.

It's starting to change the input by itself. I'll come home from work and watch tv (which is connected to a AV receiver). And about 15 minutes in, it will change the input to HDMI2 or TV Channel 3. Then the remote will not allow me to change it back. Then the MENU will pop up, then go away, then back, then away again. It will do this until I have to turn off the TV and back on.

Has anyone ever heard of this before???

Go to the "Official Samsung ... C8000" thread. It's popping up there.
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Someone in that thread said that turning anynet off, especially if you are using the new Sammy 3D blu-ray player, will fix the input switching issue? I'm not sure if that's been confirmed.
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Might help.

Not sure that is a good example. LG does not have good motion control...furthermore you cannot separate blur from dejudder

I would like to see a Samsung 240hz ..or better yet a Sony 240hz model with this same scenario



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yeah, I think posting this question in the official owners thread was sufficient.
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Can anyone comment on cnet's statement - 3d "queezy"

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Also, Samsung claims on it's website that flurecent lighting will cause the 3D to flicker, does this seem to be a problem? If so maybe this is why people are getting queezy.

Does anyone actually light their homes with Flourescent lights?

Also, if you use a Power Conditioner like a Belkin PF60 Cleaner they will have zero impact and prevent any other EI.

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Does anyone actually light their homes with Flourescent lights?

Yes.
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Does anyone actually light their homes with Flourescent lights?

I have one above the kitchen sink.

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Does anyone actually light their homes with fluorescent lights?

Every light, inside and out, is a 2700K fluorescent (CFL).
I thought incandescent was illegal by now ...
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I don't really care about 3D. I am mainly looking for performance and PQ. I was intrigued by the 8500's local dimming.

We have one more UN55B8500 left.

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I was wondering if anyone who OWNS the Samsung UN55C8000 felt "queezy" as Cnet.com reports while watching 3D content?

I don't know that I get queezy but I get slight headaches, watching any 3D.
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I stopped in a Samsung store the other day for a few minutes and I will say that if you are waiting for the C9000, you will be amazed at how remarkable thin it actually is. Even seeing it in person, I could hardly believe it was a functioning TV. That's how thin it is. In my opinion, that's probably the most remarkable feature of that model.
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Okay that was fast. I have a problem with my C8000.

It's starting to change the input by itself. I'll come home from work and watch tv (which is connected to a AV receiver). And about 15 minutes in, it will change the input to HDMI2 or TV Channel 3. Then the remote will not allow me to change it back. Then the MENU will pop up, then go away, then back, then away again. It will do this until I have to turn off the TV and back on.

Has anyone ever heard of this before???

try turning off hdmi control on the receiver that might solve the problem.
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Hi-

Hope I picked the right thread but this is as close as I can come to getting it right

We're getting a new tv for my pops 75th birthday to replace the Mitsubishi CRT that is 17 years old and on it's last legs. Also, this is the LAST tv for them. By the time it needs replacing, quality is not going to be relevant to them

Long story short I advised my mother, who's actually buying it, that she should get the UN46C6500. I'd come to that conclusion based on price, feature set etc. They don't need 240hz or 3D and are just watching HD Dish TV and some DVD's - but have an older DVD recorder, no blueray yet.

Unfortunately, mom goes into the local BB and gets a new idea. Because they are clearing out old stock, they will sell her a 46" B7000 or B8000 both for ~190 less then the new one. (Yes B7k and B8k same pricing)

I still think she should get the 2010 C6500, but wanna see what you guys think. The new one will give them some useful apps, like the netflix streaming, that you can't get on the B models, and I'm convinced that the whole apps concept is the current/future so they will find a number of much more useful things over time that appear in the apps section.

Also the contrast ratio is as good or better than the older models per the specs and so we're not getting a PQ loss here as far as I can tell. Unfortunately, I cant find all 3 of them in a store here to eyeball them myself.

So, what do ya'll think? I am steering her in the right direction or is there some reason that the B7000 or B8000 would be a smarter move (be it for the price or the model).

Thanks!

p.s. trying to convince her that the 2 year service plan from Best Buy is a waste of money- if its gonna die it dies in 30-90 days, not at 18 months. The money is better spent on a professional calibration instead.
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Hi-

Hope I picked the right thread but this is as close as I can come to getting it right

We're getting a new tv for my pops 75th birthday to replace the Mitsubishi CRT that is 17 years old and on it's last legs. Also, this is the LAST tv for them. By the time it needs replacing, quality is not going to be relevant to them

Long story short I advised my mother, who's actually buying it, that she should get the UN46C6500. I'd come to that conclusion based on price, feature set etc. They don't need 240hz or 3D and are just watching HD Dish TV and some DVD's - but have an older DVD recorder, no blueray yet.

Unfortunately, mom goes into the local BB and gets a new idea. Because they are clearing out old stock, they will sell her a 46" B7000 or B8000 both for ~190 less then the new one. (Yes B7k and B8k same pricing)

I still think she should get the 2010 C6500, but wanna see what you guys think. The new one will give them some useful apps, like the netflix streaming, that you can't get on the B models, and I'm convinced that the whole apps concept is the current/future so they will find a number of much more useful things over time that appear in the apps section.

Also the contrast ratio is as good or better than the older models per the specs and so we're not getting a PQ loss here as far as I can tell. Unfortunately, I cant find all 3 of them in a store here to eyeball them myself.

So, what do ya'll think? I am steering her in the right direction or is there some reason that the B7000 or B8000 would be a smarter move (be it for the price or the model).

Thanks!

p.s. trying to convince her that the 2 year service plan from Best Buy is a waste of money- if its gonna die it dies in 30-90 days, not at 18 months. The money is better spent on a professional calibration instead.


One week ago I looked at the German models B7090 and C6740. Under the light conditions in the store the B7090 looked more colourfull and had better constrayt than the new C6740. The C looked kind of pale.

But he movements lokked I think a bit smoother on the new C model. And the standard settings in the store wouldn't be nice at home. So situation may change, when you adjust the setings.

I would buy the new model. It may be that the older B7090 was too oversaturated which let me believe it has better contrast and colors.

With the newer model you get DTS, the old B series don't support DTS.
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Hi-

Hope I picked the right thread but this is as close as I can come to getting it right

We're getting a new tv for my pops 75th birthday to replace the Mitsubishi CRT that is 17 years old and on it's last legs. Also, this is the LAST tv for them. By the time it needs replacing, quality is not going to be relevant to them

Long story short I advised my mother, who's actually buying it, that she should get the UN46C6500. I'd come to that conclusion based on price, feature set etc. They don't need 240hz or 3D and are just watching HD Dish TV and some DVD's - but have an older DVD recorder, no blueray yet.

Unfortunately, mom goes into the local BB and gets a new idea. Because they are clearing out old stock, they will sell her a 46" B7000 or B8000 both for ~190 less then the new one. (Yes B7k and B8k same pricing)

I still think she should get the 2010 C6500, but wanna see what you guys think. The new one will give them some useful apps, like the netflix streaming, that you can't get on the B models, and I'm convinced that the whole apps concept is the current/future so they will find a number of much more useful things over time that appear in the apps section.

Also the contrast ratio is as good or better than the older models per the specs and so we're not getting a PQ loss here as far as I can tell. Unfortunately, I cant find all 3 of them in a store here to eyeball them myself.

So, what do ya'll think? I am steering her in the right direction or is there some reason that the B7000 or B8000 would be a smarter move (be it for the price or the model).

Thanks!

p.s. trying to convince her that the 2 year service plan from Best Buy is a waste of money- if its gonna die it dies in 30-90 days, not at 18 months. The money is better spent on a professional calibration instead.

You should really look into a warranty from someplace like Square Trade
http://www.squaretrade.com/pages/
Look around for some reviews and you will see that people are very happy with their service. Then look at the reviews for bestbuy warranty and you will see a lot of pissed off people.
See:
News Flash: Best Buy's Extended Warranties Are Rip Offs
and
Best Buy Is Epically Botching This TV Repair

You can get a Square Trade warranty no matter where you buy the TV. And if you have been keeping up with this thread and the other Samsung thread you know a lot of people have been very happy ordering from Amazon, and it will save you TONS off of BestBuy. Even if you buy from Bestbuy at least get them to price match Amazon.
Also, if you look around you can find specials that save you like 25% off a Square Trade warranty. So a warranty for your TV should probably be less than $150.

And no, I don't work for Square Trade. Just in the same boat you are and I was worried about all the reports here about the Samsung TVs giving out just after their 1 year warranty was up.
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Does anyone actually light their homes with Flourescent lights?

Yep, I use D6500 rated energy saver bulbs (CFL) for most of the rooms in my house.

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