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Dark - thanks again for all the responses/pics. My tv comes today (C7000) so I plan on posting pics too.

In the meantime, it seems that based on your LED motion plus (which I'm assuming is the same as Auto Motion Plus), the lag in games is reduced? Can you tell me what option you selected for motion plus? I heard Zero on jutter and 10 on blur is best.
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Grats, can't wait to see other pics besides my own! lol.
Yes, the lag in games are reduced. Also when playing games you can do Game Mode which will help as well. Just no way that im aware of to measure it while playing a game. Game mode can only be turned on when using the gaming console.

When using the LED as monitor, your AMP settings are disabled.

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Grats, can't wait to see other pics besides my own! lol.
Yes, the lag in games are reduced. Also when playing games you can do Game Mode which will help as well. Just no way that im aware of to measure it while playing a game. Game mode can only be turned on when using the gaming console.

When using the LED as monitor, your AMP settings are disabled.

Game mode takes away all of the pop so I never use it. Hopefully the lag isn't noticeable (as you mentioned already).

I might be getting AMP and LED motion plus confused. Are they not the same thing? You mentioned that LED MP is turned off when your tv is a monitor but isn't that how you took this pics with the numbers?
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Game mode takes away all of the pop so I never use it. Hopefully the lag isn't noticeable (as you mentioned already).

I might be getting AMP and LED motion plus confused. Are they not the same thing? You mentioned that LED MP is turned off when your tv is a monitor but isn't that how you took this pics with the numbers?

LED MP & AMP are different.

When using the LED as a cpu monitor, AMP is turned off and can't change that.
LED MP is off but can be turned on. That's what I used when took shots.

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Does anyone know how the bundle works with the two pairs of glasses and Monsters and Aliens? Do I have to wait till March 21st to buy the bluray player and tv in order to get the bundle for free? Or can I go ahead and buy the tv and reserve the bluray player and still get the bundle for free?

Also, will the bundle be free if I wait and a buy a c8000 instead of a c7000?
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Does anyone know how the bundle works with the two pairs of glasses and Monsters and Aliens? Do I have to wait till March 21st to buy the bluray player and tv in order to get the bundle for free? Or can I go ahead and buy the tv and reserve the bluray player and still get the bundle for free?

Also, will the bundle be free if I wait and a buy a c8000 instead of a c7000?

Yes. You have to wait and buy all 3 at same time. Must be bought on same receipt.

Yes to the 8000 over 7000.

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Do you know if it is going to be a rebate from Samsung or will the store actually give you the bundle for free when you buy the TV and the Player.
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Can't speak for all stores, but at BBY it will be instant as always.

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does the c7000 have this dimming even ot Movie mode, loke the B6000?
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LED MP & AMP are different.

When using the LED as a cpu monitor, AMP is turned off and can't change that.
LED MP is off but can be turned on. That's what I used when took shots.

did some googling for LED motion plus and it sounds just like AMP:

LED Motion Plus Technology progressively scans the array of LED backlights from top to bottom at very high frequencies. It auto-controls the picture, adjusting fast moving images and eliminating the blurs that are common on conventional or typical LCD TV.

Can you tell me the difference between the two?

thanks!
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Just changed settings and tried CoDMW2 with 240hz standard and LED MP ON and Game Mode off = 14-9, changed Game Mode on = 21-6

Both games FFA. Estate and rundown. Not saying the mode made me better but did help with lag. No real " BS! I SHOT HIM FIRST!!!" or anything like that.

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did some googling for LED motion plus and it sounds just like AMP:

LED Motion Plus Technology progressively scans the array of LED backlights from top to bottom at very high frequencies. It auto-controls the picture, adjusting fast moving images and eliminating the blurs that are common on conventional or typical LCD TV.

Can you tell me the difference between the two?

thanks!

It is. Just different way of doing it and kinda cleans up AMP

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Well the TV has arrived. Although the shipping weight said only 40lbs, the tv is indeed my C7000 55. Again - amazing deal at the big river this weekend made it all possible!

I have to jump on a conference call but for now, here are some pics. One is a plain outside the box pic and the other shows the tv which is getting replaced (LN52A750).
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Nice Hardwood floors.

NOW GET THAT BISH UP! =)

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one more boring one - sorry still on this call! My buddy won't be over until 6 or so to help me hang this thing so hold tight. Pics to come tonight!
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Alrighty I guess then. Shall wait and see.

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Has anyone tried the 3D mode on the C7000 with passive 3D glasses? I has a pair left over from when I saw Avatar.
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I am having a hard time to decide whether to get C7000 or 8500.

If the superior PQ of 8500 is not much of difference by naked eyes, then I would rather get C7000 to have 3D capable. I don't want to get 8500 just because the spec is better on paper but if I cannot tell a difference in PQ between C7000/8500 then I would not get 8500.

What do you guys think? Currently I have Samsung 46" LCD 60hz.
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I am having a hard time to decide whether to get C7000 or 8500.

If the superior PQ of 8500 is not much of difference by naked eyes, then I would rather get C7000 to have 3D capable. I don't want to get 8500 just because the spec is better on paper but if I cannot tell a difference in PQ between C7000/8500 then I would not get 8500.

What do you guys think? Currently I have Samsung 46" LCD 60hz.
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That's a question only you can answer...
If you're not a serious LED enthusiast then C7000 will be MORE than enough for you. Also 10x better than your current LCD.

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So the box is open and I'm waiting for my buddy to come by. Having both the A750 and C7000 in the same room, it's amazing how dated my A750 looks. It's ridiculous how tv just keep on getting sleeker.

Also - the c7000 seems to be all screen where my A750 has a lot more bezel. I did a quick measurement and my C7000 (although a 55 compared to my 52 A750) is two inches shorter in width. Although the screen size is three inches more than the A750.
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Also - the c7000 seems to be all screen where my A750 has a lot more bezel. I did a quick measurement and my C7000 (although a 55 compared to my 52 A750) is two inches shorter in width. Although the screen size is three inches more than the A750.

did you measure the screen? The C7000's may be shorter ;-) j/k
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So what is the dimensions of the 55 and 46 C7000 units? It seems even Samsung's site is wrong. Thanks!
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Yeah the 7000 is all screen. No bezel. I wish had more bezel personally. It makes up for the lack of width with height.

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I just played CODMW2 on the 55" C7000, I had it hooked up HDMI 1 labeled game, and game mode was turned on. I had previously played almost 9 days of accumulated Xbox live multiplayer, all done with a 52" A650 using a VGA cable.

First let me state that the 55 C7000 picture is brighter, clearer, with more vivid colors. I can see the outline of people, where as I could only see there muzzle flash on the A650, also the detail is better. As far as lag goes the A650 was fine the way it was, it was not even noticeable. The C7000 felt like it might have had a little bit more lag the way it was set up, but I am not sure that it wasn't just me, I have not played CODMW2 in almost 3 weeks. I might have just been adjusting to the bigger, brighter screen, because as I played more I started doing better, and I did not feel that lag was an issue at all by the end of my session (about an hour and a half).

But being a gamer, and competitor at heart I will be looking for any advantage available, so if any one has any suggestions such as labeling it PC, or using LED motion, let me know. I do not want to go back to the VGA adapter at this time I am happy with the look of HDMI with game mode on.

Also if any one can post there settings, because I have been just using the stock ones (standard) with minor tweaks, to the backlight and brightness (lowering both a couple points).
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I know this thread is supposed to also include the UN55C6300, but I haven't seen any posts regarding it. It seems that most posts relate to the 7000 & 8000. Since I have a UN55C6300 on the way, I wonder if there will there be an opportunity to see a separate thread on that? It seems it should stand by itself anyway since it's not 3D. And I'm sure the specs will be different as well as calibration settings.

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Complete newbie here, going from 12 year old analog 27" CRT to my first flat panel LCD. I have been reading many threads in this forum for the past couple of weeks trying to learn as much as possible to make the right decision. I bumped into the discount price on the UN55C7000 at Amazon Sunday and just coudln't pass it up. It will be delivered tomorrow so I am really excited. Thanks to all the members here for the excellent informaiton, and any advice you can give to someone starting from scratch will be much appreciated.

Tonight, I am assembling the stand and could use some help to determine the height for the mounting bracket. It is the type of stand with a post and swivel mount. Can anyone tell me how far down from the top edge of the bezel on the TV the top mounting holes are? From pictures, it looks like it would be about 5", but if anyone could give me an exact measurement, I will be able to make sure I have swivel bracket at the best height.

Edit: In case anyone else needs the mounting hole measurements ... the top holes are 7" down from the top edge of bezel, bottom holes are about 7 3/8" up from bottom edge of bezel
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