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post #361 of 868 Old 12-27-2013, 03:29 PM
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Thanks NXSFAN, Samsung should be Samsung panel. however I realize they need to keep the cost down.
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.....yeah, that's the problem with most all of the tv mfrs is that they contract out for the panels and install what they have, for the size they want, when available. Even if they can make their own panels. Hence the lottery.
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Hi,

Just looking for some clarification here. I just ordered the 65" model from BB. I can't help but notice the model number is listed as UN65F6300AFXZC.

Anyone know the difference between the UN65F6300AFXZA and the UN65F6300AFXZC ? I can't find any info about the "C" model anywhere. Perhaps it's just a more recent version of the A model? I'm wondering if anyone here has the exact same model and could provide some feedback. I'm particularly interested to find out if anyone knows which specific type of panel it comes with.

Any insight at all would be greatly appreciated...


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Accurate quote or not, you still got the point across wink.gif. I think folks are obsessing way too much over this panel type issue and far too many trouble-free tv's are being returned just because the buyer didn't get the panel they wanted, or thought they wanted. I think this in part is what feeds the panel lottery. Dealers are tired of taking back perfectly good tv's because of the "wrong panel" so mfrs like Samsung, LG, etc are making it more difficult to determine the panel type in hopes of minimizing the returns. Lots of folks read these forums and base their decisions on what the "experts" say here, not fully understanding the capabilities and short-comings of today's HDTV's.

 



I have to agree with you on this one, I got a UN50F5500 Samsung and after reading this forum I was stressing whether I got a Samsung panel, well it turns out Samsung doesnt even make a panel for this size TV. Anyways the System menu shows 50R6AF0S so I have an AUO panel. Version on the box is BH05. Anyways I have been using the TV mainly for games have tested a couple movies and checked out some of the HD youtube stuff to test it all out and I have to say it looks beautiful. I don't have any ghosting/artifacts or any other sort of issues that are immediately obvious. Color is great, viewing angle is good, although I always sit directly in front of it anyways as this is my man cave TV that I really only use for gaming and for watching movies with my wife from time to time and it is just the one couch in front of it. But out of curiosity I did go to the side of the TV just to see what it looked like and its still perfectly viewable. Anyways I think people should test out the the TV before checking the panel and decide before, because I admit I was thinking about getting a different model or different size just for a Samsung panel after reading everything here but after using it for a week now I don't see any reason to.

Anyways thanks to everyone who worked on getting that chart together so I could ultimately determine what I did have in my TV. This forum is a godsend.
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Hi,

Just looking for some clarification here. I just ordered the 65" model from BB. I can't help but notice the model number is listed as UN65F6300AFXZC.

Anyone know the difference between the UN65F6300AFXZA and the UN65F6300AFXZC ? I can't find any info about the "C" model anywhere. Perhaps it's just a more recent version of the A model? I'm wondering if anyone here has the exact same model and could provide some feedback. I'm particularly interested to find out if anyone knows which specific type of panel it comes with.

Any insight at all would be greatly appreciated...


Cheers,

Parky

Hi Parky. It's highly likely that your model will contain a panel from AU Optronics. The 65" Samsung sets contain panels either made by Samsung or AU Optronics, and the 65" Samsung panels have only been seen in the 65F8XXX series (so far). I have the UN65EH6000, manufactured October 2013. Obviously it contains the AU Optronics panel. Overall the picture quality is excellent with the primary complaint being that the blacks wash-out/turn blue when viewing off-axis. There is also a color quantization/banding error in my model which may not be present in yours (I'd be interested to find out).
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Type 40A1UF0C?
40 - Inch - size
A - Vendor 1 - Panel frequency
  • 6 - 50/60Hz
  • 1 - 100/120Hz
  • 2 - 200/240Hz
U - Panel type
  • A - AntiGlare
  • T - TN
  • U - Ultra Clear
F - Resolution
  • H - HD ready
  • F - FullHD,
  • U - Ulthra HD
0 - /Panel 1st/2nd (1st=0, 2nd=1…)
  • 0 -
  • 1 -
  • 2 -
C - BLU (BackLight Unit)
  • C - CCFL,
  • L - LED,
  • D - Direct LED
  • E - Edge LED
  • V - Vertical Edge LED (above and below)
  • S - Side by side LED (left & right)

Thanks everything fits but the Panel 1st/2nd character what does a letter in it means? like mine it say 55A2UFEE
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Thanks everything fits but the Panel 1st/2nd character what does a letter in it means? like mine it say 55A2UFEE

Thanks for coming back on.. I've been wondering too how that ginormous 'E' fits into the equation. eek.gifsmile.gif
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Hi Parky. It's highly likely that your model will contain a panel from AU Optronics. The 65" Samsung sets contain panels either made by Samsung or AU Optronics, and the 65" Samsung panels have only been seen in the 65F8XXX series (so far). I have the UN65EH6000, manufactured October 2013. Obviously it contains the AU Optronics panel. Overall the picture quality is excellent with the primary complaint being that the blacks wash-out/turn blue when viewing off-axis. There is also a color quantization/banding error in my model which may not be present in yours (I'd be interested to find out).


Thanks NXSFAN, for taking the time to respond to my questions. The info you've provided is exactly what I was looking for. My TV is scheduled to arrive next Thursday. Hopefully the "banding" error you referred to is not the same phenomenon I experienced with the 58" Sammy Plasma I own. It ended up with a nasty horizontal purple band that would show up from time to time, particularly on lighter backgrounds. Unfortunately, the display was past warranty (story of my life) when the problem arose, and I just learned to live with it. I'll do a bit of research on "quantization/banding" issues so I know just exactly what I should be looking for. I'll be sure to let you know how I make out...

Thanks again,

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Thanks everything fits but the Panel 1st/2nd character what does a letter in it means? like mine it say 55A2UFEE

I do not know ... but I can assume that the numbers are replaced by letters.
55A2UFEE

Type 55A2UFEE?
55 - Inch - size
A - Vendor 2 - Panel frequency
  • 2 - 200/240Hz
U - Panel type
  • U - Ultra Clear
F - Resolution
  • F - FullHD,
E - Panel revision
  • A - first revision
  • B - second revision
  • C - third revision
  • D - fourth revision
  • E - fifth revision
E - BLU (BackLight Unit)
  • E - Edge LED


Here in this post, finally a table by placing panels in some models

http://forum.setcombg.com/%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B7%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8-%D0%B8-%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B5%D0%BA%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8/51796-samsung-lcd-oled-tv-faq-%D0%BD%D0%B0-%D0%BF%D1%8A%D1%80%D0%B2%D0%B0-%D1%81%D1%82%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%86%D0%B0-%D0%BE%D0%B1%D1%81%D1%8A%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B5-%D0%BC%D0%BD%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%8F-%D1%87%D0%B0%D1%81%D1%82-6-a.html#post654376


how to count the product suffix & how to read the serial number

Here in this post,
http://forum.setcombg.com/%D1%82%D0%B5%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B7%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8-%D0%B8-%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B5%D0%BA%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%B8/51796-samsung-lcd-oled-tv-faq-%D0%BD%D0%B0-%D0%BF%D1%8A%D1%80%D0%B2%D0%B0-%D1%81%D1%82%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%86%D0%B0-%D0%BE%D0%B1%D1%81%D1%8A%D0%B6%D0%B4%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B5-%D0%BC%D0%BD%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%8F-%D1%87%D0%B0%D1%81%D1%82-6-a.html#post654373

http://www.panelook.com/modelsearch.php

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there are topics for individual brands of TV, in the first post is an explanation of how to read the model suffix and serial number

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Hi guys!
Happy new year!

I hope you can help me...
I'm considering buying a Samsung 40-Inch UN40F6300 on amazon for $599 (some promotion here)
I was completely decided until I read everything written here and...
here's the million dollar question (never better said in this lottery)
I can only buy from Amazon.com (US) ...

What are the chances for me to get a Samsung panel in the 40-inch model bought from Amazon?


Thanks!
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Absolutely no way of telling what your chances are of getting the panel you want. Amazon just grabs whatever they have in the warehouse and won't look for a particular code. Your odds are probably not very good as it is in all lotteries. The only way of increasing your odds is to go to a local store and looking at the boxes, but I guess you can't in your case.
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You're right
i dont...

The price $599 for 40 inch F6300 is good?
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Google it for current prices.

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You're right
i dont...

The price $599 for 40 inch F6300 is good?

I think your chances of getting a 40 inch Samsung panel in the 6300 series are pretty good. I have seen a lot of boxes in a lot of different stores and the codes on just about every one have indicated Samsung.
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Its when you get into the larger panels that your chances become less.

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oh well!
I'll pull the trigger then for 40 inches model

what is your opinion of the price?

thanks!
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I got a 55UNF6300 with the code WH04 on the box. Service menu shows 55A1Asomething. I guess WH are Samsung panels.
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Just saw this in the clearance section at BestBuy, any idea what version ID02 is (I'm assuming Sharp)?

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~~HI I am new here and just got my first Samsung LED tv.....got the UN60F6350 from Costco. I have been looking around this thread and see a lot of talk about the panel. On the box I bought it says Version: IS02. I haven't seen that in this thread anywhere yet. Anyone have any info on this panel version? Also I have seen something about panels to look in the TV some where in some option to confirm the panel and/or get some code number to be able to look up stats on my TV. I can't seem to find that area on my TV to get that number. It was the service area or something like that. Any help would be great. Thanks for all the post the reading has been good.

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There are some simple instructions to access the SM to see the panel information but be VERY careful if you do that. It is very easy to brick or really mess up your tv if you get curious to see what else is in the SM. Most often that voids your warranty as well if something goes wrong.
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Hi everybody I'm new in the forum and I'll be greatful for your help:

 

I purchesed a UA50F5000 samsung tv, on the back it is written - Version No: BS02.

 

It is still in the box.

 

if anyone can tell me what kind of panel this version number indicates

 

From what I understood samsung doesn't make panel in 50' size ??

 

Every bit of info would be helpful !!

 

Thanks

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...snip...


how to count the product suffix & how to read the serial number

Here in this post,
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http://www.panelook.com/modelsearch.php

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Hi everybody I'm new in the forum and I'll be greatful for your help:

I purchesed a UA50F5000 samsung tv, on the back it is written - Version No: BS02.

It is still in the box.

if anyone can tell me what kind of panel this version number indicates

From what I understood samsung doesn't make panel in 50' size ??

Every bit of info would be helpful !!



Thanks


Welcome and Good Day,

From what you show and how many-users determine what they have, it is impossible to determine unless your willing to unbox it or go to the BOX STORE you purchased it from to find the matching Model Number and Serial Codes. At which point you would then need to access the Service Menu, or Open the back panel and look for the barcoded label, or take a picture of the screen up close.

hristoslav2 has provided links above to obtain insight into how Samsung labels there goods and from his linked info all I can tell you is that you have a 50" Edge Lit Led HDTV manufactured in Hungary, on November 2013, destined to be sold in the Asia & Africa, Australia market.

Having opened my back case to take a look, I snapped several pictures one of them was this panel


With that type of code you can then get a better google search. With the Service Menu data: more insight. With the Macro picture: better understanding.
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How's the tv look? Does it meet your expectations? If so, then the panel type is irrelevant.
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Thanks for your help Woobieizer and Otto Pylot.

 

Woobieizer: In which link can I find info on the panel type ?

 

Is it true that samsung don't even manufacturer 50 inch size panel ?

 

From what I understand the version no on the back of the screen is of little help in determing the panel type.

 

 

Otto Pylot: The tv came in a damaged box so I am waitting for a replacement.

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Thanks for your help Woobieizer and Otto Pylot.

Woobieizer: In which link can I find info on the panel type ?

Is it true that samsung don't even manufacturer 50 inch size panel ?

From what I understand the version no on the back of the screen is of little help in determing the panel type.


Otto Pylot: The tv came in a damaged box so I am waitting for a replacement.
yoyo got .

.. it is impossible to determine unless your willing to unbox it or go to the BOX STORE you purchased it from to find the matching Model Number and Serial Codes. At which point you would then need to access the Service Menu, or Open the back panel and look for the barcoded label, or take a picture of the screen up close.


I removed 11 screws and the label was upper center and is what it pictured in my first response. Once you have the model code off the label try google or panelook.
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I do not know the answer to what Samsung makes. Panelook will show what sized screens are available within their network of suppliers. From what I understand even if it says SAMSUNG that only means that the panel was built per a 'Specification' to be used in the final assembly. This is why Otto persists in calming folks down. One should not have buyers dissonance because of this or that panel. The 5 series is a BUDGET tv. The version number is important if you find a site like the one linked in my sig for US parts with the version number drop down for parts.

Learning a new thing totally off topic.. XBMC on my BUDGET Sammy enjoyed!!
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yoyo got, I assembled this list of Samsung Panels: http://nxsfan.co.uk/mediawiki/index.php/Samsung_Panels

It is by no means exhaustive, but I have noticed one interesting detail. The first letter of the panel version number is not shared across manufacturer.

This may be a coincidence, or perhaps only true for US panels (UNXX).

However, if this applies across all Samsung TV panels regardless of region it would suggest that your panel is made by AU Optronics, because BHXX is confirmed as an AU Optronics A-MVA panel.

I would like to confirm this theory one way or another so if you could go in the service menu and get the manufacturer letter I would appreciate it.
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I purchased ua40eh5000r made in malasiya on 9/2013,version no. Is UF07 & by entering in service menu it is confirmed that my tv has samsung panel,btw inUF07 what indicates the 07 & importance of it?
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Hi Parky. It's highly likely that your model will contain a panel from AU Optronics. The 65" Samsung sets contain panels either made by Samsung or AU Optronics, and the 65" Samsung panels have only been seen in the 65F8XXX series (so far). I have the UN65EH6000, manufactured October 2013. Obviously it contains the AU Optronics panel. Overall the picture quality is excellent with the primary complaint being that the blacks wash-out/turn blue when viewing off-axis. There is also a color quantization/banding error in my model which may not be present in yours (I'd be interested to find out).

 

 

I just returned a UN65F6350 to Costco after 6 weeks b/c of clouding and edge light bleed which just bothered me too much.

 

I ended up buying the 7050 IPO another 6350.

My box version states TH02...(which is why I bought it, in truth),  as I've read these were Samsung panels.

Since the remote has no number pad, not sure how to access service menu yet, to ascertain what's in that code...

I'm only posting this info as there's not much said about the 7 series panel origin.

 

The 7050 has much less edge light bleeding and clouding, and off-axis viewing is better ...... but motion artifacts, even at 240 Hz processing, are evident in fast CGI .

I've even seen a mosaic background a couple of times, though not sure if it was source related??   Don't remember that wt 6350 .

 

I didn't see this on the previous AU Optronics  panel I had exchanged, so now wondering if I need to adjust this set differently OR what ??

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I just returned a UN65F6350 to Costco after 6 weeks b/c of clouding and edge light bleed which just bothered me too much.

I ended up buying the 7050 IPO another 6350.
My box version states TH02...(which is why I bought it, in truth),  as I've read these were Samsung panels.
Since the remote has no number pad, not sure how to access service menu yet, to ascertain what's in that code...
I'm only posting this info as there's not much said about the 7 series panel origin.

The 7050 has much less edge light bleeding and clouding, and off-axis viewing is better ...... but motion artifacts, even at 240 Hz processing, are evident in fast CGI .
I've even seen a mosaic background a couple of times, though not sure if it was source related??   Don't remember that wt 6350 .

I didn't see this on the previous AU Optronics  panel I had exchanged, so now wondering if I need to adjust this set differently OR what ??
You never know what you're going to get, so if you're fairly happy with your display...tune in and log out !!!

Hi mikgala, just to make sure I understand correctly. Did you buy the UN65F7050 (shown here http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs/UN65F7050AFXZA). The TH02 panel is made by Samsung (as you know). Motion blurring seems to be a common complaint with Samsung panels (although you get improved contrast/viewing angles).

I have previously stated that the 65" Samsung manufactured panels have only been seen in the 65F8XXX series so I want to double check that yours is the 65F7050 before I update my wiki.

EDIT: Can you elaborate on the mosaic background?
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Hi mikgala, just to make sure I understand correctly. Did you buy the UN65F7050 (shown here http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs/UN65F7050AFXZA). The TH02 panel is made by Samsung (as you know). Motion blurring seems to be a common complaint with Samsung panels (although you get improved contrast/viewing angles).

I have previously stated that the 65" Samsung manufactured panels have only been seen in the 65F8XXX series so I want to double check that yours is the 65F7050 before I update my wiki.

EDIT: Can you elaborate on the mosaic background?

 

Hello nxsfan,

 

YES...That's the one...I quoted you because your wiki that stated Series 7 panels had not been Samsung panels previously.

 

As stated, I had decided I would exchange my first, for another 6350, but it was still another MS01 version ( AU Optronics ), kinda  turned me off.

When I'd seen that Costco now carried a TH02 version (7050 only), which I'd read was a Samsung panel, for the few hundred $$$  more, I changed my mind and upgraded my purchase.

 

The UN65F7050 included the Series 7 Samsung  panel, 3-D wt 4 pairs active matrix glasses, Bluetooth wireless keyboard AND a touch screen remote.

I had read somewhere, this TH02 panel is the second generation of the F-Series 7, hence the 02 in the version code ????. Manufacture date is mid-December 2013

Without number keys on Smart remote, I cannot access the service menu like before.... until I find another way, maybe with the keyboard ??

 

Curiously, the 7050 Sammy does not appear as sharp and clear as the MS01 Optronics  panel OTA,  but has much better side viewing, almost imperceptible clouding and decidedly much- reduced edge-lit  bleeding.  It displayed NO initial clouding, like I experienced with the 6350, which covered 1/3 of the screen upon start-up. Edge light bleeding was worse on the 6350 than I could tolerate.

 

I cannot find any reference to micro-dimming on 7050, as advertised, so it may be an automatic feature or related to another setting. Peculiar, as I had expected this to be a manageable parameter.

You are correct in your appraisal of motion processing and every setting of the AMP has a certain consequence.

I've only had this a week or so, but there have been a couple of instances where it seemed the background diffused into a mosaic pattern, not unlike the selectable digital camera effect.

The foreground is focused but the background appears more  mosaic. It just might've been the source material,(Comcast HD Digital),  as two viewed Blu-rays have not produced this effect...yet.

 

Blu-ray playback is remarkably superior to the 6350. It would appear Blu Ray playback does not suffer from the digital processing that OTA programming seems designed for.

I haven't viewed a 3-D Blu Ray film yet, so cannot comment there.     Will comment further after I get more familiar...

 

Thanks, Michael

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