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Thanks a lot. So i pretty much understand it basically. Now are all Txxx codes S-PVA Panels? Is that listed on the box too or just the code?
both. You can find the version number on the back of the set and the box. I am sure if our efforts reach enough folks and retailers complain about having to check version codes, these codes will disappear from the outside boxes.
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That's a good point. I looked up the panel following your recipe. Here is the SamsungParts link:
http://www.samsungparts.com/partslis...UN65F7050AFXZA

It definitely lists T650HVN09.0 as the panel, which I linked to on PaneLook above. The same panel is available in the UN65F7100 & even the UN65F8000 apparently. I don't think SamsungParts is wrong, so maybe the refresh rate part of the PL spec is incorrect.

If we look look at UN65F7050A version TH02 which avs users have confirmed is a Samsung panel we get a different panel version: LSF650HQ01. It's reasonable to think this is an internally made Samsung panel.

Now looking at the UN65F8000, it comes in 3 flavours: TS, US & VS. TS and US have previously been confirmed as native Samsung panels, however, according to SamsungParts.com the replacement panel for the TS01 UN65F8000BFXZA is the AUO T650HVN09.0 panel we looked at above.

Maybe this means that the mapping between versions and panel manufacturer does not hold across different sizes? So far this hasn't been seen in the wild as far as I know.

Maybe this TV ships with a native Samsung panel, but for whatever reason the default replacement panel is the AUO?

Do you have any ideas?
also saw a 40 and 46" 6030 sets at Wally World. Both with AH01 panels and both looked like garbage compared to surrounding sets including Sanyo sets.
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both. You can find the version number on the back of the set and the box. I am sure if our efforts reach enough folks and retailers complain about having to check version codes, these codes will disappear from the outside boxes.
Thanks a ton. When I go I will ask for a version number starting with T and I should be set correct? If they don't have any I guess I will try another Best Buy store.
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Thanks a lot. So i pretty much understand it basically. Now are all Txxx codes S-PVA Panels? Is that listed on the box too or just the code?
At the time (last summer) when we purchased the Samsung, the box label where the model/product number etc was had a Code: Txxx (I think it was THO1) which is the S-PVA panel. There is a way to access the Service Menu (which I don't recommend) to double check but you can't do that unless you purchase the tv, take it home, and set it up. There is another Code: that starts with "U" ( I think) that some have said is the S-PVA panel as well but others will have to chime in here and confirm that. The actual panel type used is never listed on the box or on the tv by any tv mfr. And each mfr may use a different system to indicate which panel was used in that particular build. Keep in mind that Samsung does not put S-PVA panels in all of their tv's in all of the sizes available so it's a crap shoot, or, as some call it, the panel lottery. Basically that's because of panel availability, what size they have contracted for, etc. And, if Samsung does what LG did a couple of years ago, they will change their codes somewhat so that there is no guarantee that a 2015 Txxx code indicates an S-PVA panel like does for the 2012/2013 line. LG actually didn't label it as Code:, they just changed the fourth letter in the complete product number from year to year to indicate an S-IPS panel.
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Hello, so I just won (I suppose) the lottery and got ue48h6400 TV with service menu option 48A1AF0V. Just to be sure – as I understand I got the samsung panel? However what does V (as backlight unit) stand for? I did not find any info on what does it represent. Another thing to notice – none of the H6400 TV's (be that TV itself or its box) in my country (it's in Europe) had information other than the version of panel (as in 01 or 02, no letters) which stopped me from being able to easily identify which panel was used in TV without going into the service menu.
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Oh how I want to chime in, but this effort of chiming takes me back to doing research that will be TMI. But if one is wanting to indulge off AVS Forums and read............here you go

NXSFAN Wixi

How to get a cell phone to do MACRO's for Sub Pixel Viewing


hristoslav translated page on how to read the full model number etc.
especially useful if your tying to nail down a year made if looking at many boxes.
Spoiler!


AVFORUMS all you want to know about dimming

AVFORUMS quicky on PSA (Polymer sustained alignment)

Happy Hunting.
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Hello, so I just won (I suppose) the lottery and got ue48h6400 TV with service menu option 48A1AF0V. Just to be sure – as I understand I got the samsung panel? However what does V (as backlight unit) stand for? I did not find any info on what does it represent. Another thing to notice – none of the H6400 TV's (be that TV itself or its box) in my country (it's in Europe) had information other than the version of panel (as in 01 or 02, no letters) which stopped me from being able to easily identify which panel was used in TV without going into the service menu.
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Snippy..

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)

V=Vertical Edge LED
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Hello, so I just won (I suppose) the lottery and got ue48h6400 TV with service menu option 48A1AF0V. Just to be sure – as I understand I got the samsung panel? However what does V (as backlight unit) stand for? I did not find any info on what does it represent. Another thing to notice – none of the H6400 TV's (be that TV itself or its box) in my country (it's in Europe) had information other than the version of panel (as in 01 or 02, no letters) which stopped me from being able to easily identify which panel was used in TV without going into the service menu.
I don't know if the work done by Woobieizer et al holds true for European models or not. You can always do the loupe test which is taking a 10x or greater magnifying glass (or jeweler's loupe, hence the name) and looking at the pixel pattern and then comparing that to a picture of a verified S-PVA panel. The only truly definitive way to know for sure.
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Thank you very much for your help. Now I will live in peace – most likely some reviewers indicating that this model has (could have?) direct led was misinterpretation of promotional material, however getting samsung panel on my first try was a joy since I was already prepared to check whether panel was made by samsung and if it wasnt – to send it back.


Edit: will do some test during the weekend and if I find something interesting I will definitely post my insights.
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His research is primarily done in European countries Otto. Most of his contributions here on AVS Forum can be seen on SetComb and AVForum, both across the pond.

Spoiler!

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Recently went to Best Buy and they only had UU02 Versions. Is this a Samsung S-PVA model or is it
Some other brand.
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Well I checked 3 stores and they all have a UU02 version for the UN32EH5000 model TV. Apparently that is the only version they supply at Best Buy and multiple other stores. It seems that from reviewing multiple websites, people say it has an "A" after the 32 in the service menu. Either it is a Samsung Panel and Samsung is only making those for this model or Samsung has found a way to make it to where you can't know what you got. Either way, I had to buy one at Best Buy because I was returning another TV, and it was a UU02. Hopefully it is a S-PVA panel but who knows. I will check the service menu for the "A" when I get home. If anyone has more info please let me know.
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^^^^^ use a 10x or greater magnifying lens (the loupe test) and compare the pixel pattern to a verified pic of the S-PVA panel.
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Nice work people. My TV uses the same panel as the UN65FH6000FZXA:

http://www.panelook.com/T650HVN05.4_...iew_21015.html

Panel Brand : AUO
Panel Model : T650HVN05.4 
Panel Type : a*Si TFT*LCD , Panel 
Panel Size : 65 inch
Resolution : 1920(RGB)×1080 , FHD 
Display Mode : AMVA3, Normally Black, Transmissive 
Surface : Antiglare (Haze 2%), Hard coating (3H) 
Brightness : 350 cd/m
Contrast Ratio : 4000 : 1 (Typ.)  
Display Colors : 1.07B   (10*bit)
Response Time : 6.5 
Viewing Angle : 89/89/89/89 (Typ.)(CR≥10) (L/R/U/D) 
Frequency : 120Hz

The fact that this is a 10bit panel makes the colour banding even more infuriating.

Let's take a look at the UN65F7050AFXZA - a high end TV that comes with either a Samsung or an AUO panel:

Version AH:
http://www.panelook.com/modeldetail.php?id=21612

Panel Brand : AUO
Panel Model : T650HVN09.0 CELL 
Panel Type : a*Si TFT*LCD , CELL
Display Mode : MVA, Normally Black, Transmissive
Contrast Ratio : 5500 : 1 (Typ.)
Display Colors : 1.07B   (10*bit)
Response Time : 6.5 (Typ.)(G to G) 
Viewing Angle : 89/89/89/89 (Typ.)(CR≥10) (L/R/U/D) 
Frequency : 60Hz  


Both of these televisions are 65" 2013 Samsungs with panels made by AUO, but the panels themselves are clearly different. This was a surprise to me. I expected the 65" AUO panel to be the same across the lineup, but it seems that you really do get more for your money.
That is interesting. I was led to believe that all 8 series and above only had Samsung panels. The plot thickens! Also interesting that it looks like the panel has no back light. B/L under lamp type. I have seen that with their panels and always has a higher CR and brightness then the ones WLED as the lamp type.
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Also interesting that it looks like the panel has no back light. B/L under lamp type. I have seen that with their panels and always has a higher CR and brightness then the ones WLED as the lamp type.
It is my understanding that the cell a part in the panel.

In the above circumstance the WLED+cell=panel=T650HVN05.4
measuring: Brightness : 350 cd/m Contrast Ratio : 4000 : 1 (Typ.)

Are you saying that is believable? Whereas the listing of the T650HVN09.0 is not? The PDF submitted to Panelook makes no claim as to what type of BLU can be used, or for that matter what was used to find the upper limit of Contrast Ratio : 5500 : 1 (Typ.).

This makes it seem you are doubting Panelook and the PDF's submitted specifications, Which makes me question your credulity as to claim them as your source, and cared so much for their listing to begin with?

Can you clear up this misunderstanding?
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^^^^^ use a 10x or greater magnifying lens (the loupe test) and compare the pixel pattern to a verified pic of the S-PVA panel.
The big question here is what does a 2014/2013 S~PVA subpixel pattern look like for the comparison? I do not know.
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hristoslav translated page on how to read the full model number etc.
especially useful if your tying to nail down a year made if looking at many boxes.
The correct translation - from Bulgarian to English-style
https://translate.google.com/transla...html&sandbox=1


Letters from sticker-SQ03 - this is not a model matrix!
This is a BOM (Bill of materials) List of components
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_of_materials
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The correct translation - from Bulgarian to English-style
https://translate.google.com/transla...html&sandbox=1


Letters from sticker-SQ03 - this is not a model matrix!
This is a BOM (Bill of materials) List of components
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_of_materials
No way for me to double like that after the edit.. I had read on one of your other frequented forums of the BOM. So thank you for clarifying for me et al the meaning of version code. I'm sure the people with all the ERP experience will grasp this concept with ease.
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So first thing I did when I set it up was go to the service menu on the UU02 TV. As previous people have said it did start with an "A" after 32. Think it was 32A6A.... Now either Samsung is now clever about all this or it is actually a Samsung panel. As for the loupe test/10x magnify, i'm honestly not quite sure how to even attempt to do that. Guess I will look into it to see how it can be done.
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Nxsfan,
Not sure that is the panel that goes into the 7 series. It is only 60hz. Funny though, I cannot find a 240hz panel in the 65" size that is not UHD from AUO.
I own 7050, AH01 version.

I have verified it is indeed AUO panel looking with my sight glass; in structure it matches.

1st time I measured my contrast ratio I got 4:300:1. I was noticing color luminance was off, so last night I loaded latest firmware 1200 and did a full reset on the TV. I did a full calibration in movie mode with *all* video enhancements turned off (minus CMS, and 10pt white balance). (BTW the reset did fix my luminance issue in the CMS; I would recommend a full reset after all firmware now that I have seen this)

After last nights cal...

39.719fl peak white, .008fl MLL.

This translates to 4,964:1

I'll try and profile my meter next time to my i1PRO (very accurate photo-spectrometer; not sure if it will effect MLL reading through profiling). I'm using a i1d3 (colorimeter) to do MLL.

In the service menu my TV shows as "65L2UF7E" which according to the secret decoder ring post I saw is....

65 "
L or R - AUO (Acer Unipac Optronics)
2 - 200/240Hz
U - Ultra Clear
F - FullHD
7 - ?
E - Edge LED

Not sure on the refresh rate. But the contrast ratio I verified 2x last evening. Approx. 5:000:1 with a bit of tweaking I could probably hit the 5500:1 number posted in the spec sheet. However it would probably toss off my calibration. I was looking at the interaction between color saturation, luminance and backlight level last night, there is a point where setting the backlight too low you can't dial in the CMS well (as good).
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The big question here is what does a 2014/2013 S~PVA subpixel pattern look like for the comparison? I do not know.
A good project for someone would be to take comparative pictures of their "S-PVA" panels correlating them to the codes listed on the box and what ever is in the SM. A set of three "results" would be good definitive proof that there is a direct correlation between listed codes and SM codes, or not. Proof until Samsung changes things. We did that for the LG's a couple of years ago and the results correlated exactly with the published pixel patterns. However, Samsung appears to be going thru some growing pains so again, who knows what they will do.
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Here are the panel codes per Samsung own part site: H7150: 46=TS01, 55= TS01, 60= HH01, 65=TH01, 75=TS01. H6400: 40=unknown, 48=TS01, 50=AS01, 55=TS01,US02, 60=HD01, 65=MD01. H6350: 32=TS01, 40=TS01, 48=TS01, 50AH01, 55=TH01,UH02, 60=HS01, 65=AH01, 75=TH01. H5500: 32=TS01, 40=TS01, 48=TS01, 50=WH01.


Hopes this helps prospective buyers. One change from last year is that other then the 60" Sharp, only Samsung panels are being placed in the H7150 line. Also curios is the 5500 series that has all Samsung panels. It makes sense that I heard David K say that the 5 and 8 series were very solid but the middle lines were a mixed bag.

Just remember A or M = AU Optronics, T, U, or W = Samsung, and H = Sharp.
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I own 7050, AH01 version.

I have verified it is indeed AUO panel looking with my sight glass; in structure it matches.

1st time I measured my contrast ratio I got 4:300:1. I was noticing color luminance was off, so last night I loaded latest firmware 1200 and did a full reset on the TV. I did a full calibration in movie mode with *all* video enhancements turned off (minus CMS, and 10pt white balance). (BTW the reset did fix my luminance issue in the CMS; I would recommend a full reset after all firmware now that I have seen this)

After last nights cal...

39.719fl peak white, .008fl MLL.

This translates to 4,964:1

I'll try and profile my meter next time to my i1PRO (very accurate photo-spectrometer; not sure if it will effect MLL reading through profiling). I'm using a i1d3 (colorimeter) to do MLL.

In the service menu my TV shows as "65L2UF7E" which according to the secret decoder ring post I saw is....

65 "
L or R - AUO (Acer Unipac Optronics)
2 - 200/240Hz
U - Ultra Clear
F - FullHD
7 - ?
E - Edge LED

Not sure on the refresh rate. But the contrast ratio I verified 2x last evening. Approx. 5:000:1 with a bit of tweaking I could probably hit the 5500:1 number posted in the spec sheet. However it would probably toss off my calibration. I was looking at the interaction between color saturation, luminance and backlight level last night, there is a point where setting the backlight too low you can't dial in the CMS well (as good).
My search criteria eliminated any discontinued panels. This years H7150s have no AUO panels in the line. Only the Sharp in 60" size.
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It is my understanding that the cell a part in the panel.

In the above circumstance the WLED+cell=panel=T650HVN05.4
measuring: Brightness : 350 cd/m Contrast Ratio : 4000 : 1 (Typ.)

Are you saying that is believable? Whereas the listing of the T650HVN09.0 is not? The PDF submitted to Panelook makes no claim as to what type of BLU can be used, or for that matter what was used to find the upper limit of Contrast Ratio : 5500 : 1 (Typ.).

This makes it seem you are doubting Panelook and the PDF's submitted specifications, Which makes me question your credulity as to claim them as your source, and cared so much for their listing to begin with?

Can you clear up this misunderstanding?
Panel look is the only panel info I could find since Samsung no longer releases any numbers. I just noticed that the panel in question had a 60 instead of a 120 hz. Also that it listed brightness at 0cd/m2 and lamp type as no b/l. I assumed that meant no back light. By no means am I expert at LCD panels. Otto might be more help with this. I only brought up that the panel was a 60hz panel. I am not 100% sure that the panel I found is my panel that is in my H6350. Since I have no way to cross reference the panel. I was able to find it on a sears part site. But the panel number is a Samsung one and not a AUO panel number.
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Here are the panel codes per Samsung own part site:

Not Samsung.jpg

..snip..
Hopes this helps prospective buyers. One change from last year is that other then the 60" Sharp, only Samsung panels are being placed in the H7150 line. Also curios is the 5500 series that has all Samsung panels. It makes sense that I heard David K say that the 5 and 8 series were very solid but the middle lines were a mixed bag.

Just remember A or M = AU Optronics, T, U, or W = Samsung, and H = Sharp.
Clarifications..Delineations.
Attached: Not Samsung.jpg (221.4 KB) 
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I am not 100% sure that the panel I found is my panel that is in my H6350. Since I have no way to cross reference the panel. I was able to find it on a sears part site. But the panel number is a Samsung one and not a AUO panel number.
Look at the big picture: SamsungParts shows the array (DUCT) T650HVN05.7 + CY-GH065CSAV within a UN65H6350AFXZA. If this is your full model, you can cross reference this by opening your set. Remove the 11 or so screws from the back lid to expose the guts.
Will your's say CY-GH065CSAV?
If So then we have STILL not found T650HVN05.7 ....
IF NOT then how did you do your research?
By what change of search criteria did you conclude your set has a T650HVN05.4




...thus the HUNT is still on for T650HVN05.7


I honestly do not think Panelook has ALL the panel specs.. as indicative of not finding T650HVN05.7 or the many others not found during user request within this thread. Don't feel so much pressure.. You've got a wife that loves it.. so MAX out that WAF! and try to enjoy it with her
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My search criteria eliminated any discontinued panels. This years H7150s have no AUO panels in the line. Only the Sharp in 60" size.
Not sure what you're getting at. You posted in reference to f7050 andT650HVN09.

I have f7050. Was sharing results to compare to specs.
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Just making the point that this year all 65" sets in the 7150 have a Samsung panel. A good thing! I just did not see your panel because I clicked current panels Not getting at anything. Just enjoying this thread!
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Look at the big picture: SamsungParts shows the array (DUCT) T650HVN05.7 + CY-GH065CSAV within a UN65H6350AFXZA. If this is your full model, you can cross reference this by opening your set. Remove the 11 or so screws from the back lid to expose the guts.
Will your's say CY-GH065CSAV?
If So then we have STILL not found T650HVN05.7 ....
IF NOT then how did you do your research?
By what change of search criteria did you conclude your set has a T650HVN05.4




...thus the HUNT is still on for T650HVN05.7


I honestly do not think Panelook has ALL the panel specs.. as indicative of not finding T650HVN05.7 or the many others not found during user request within this thread. Don't feel so much pressure.. You've got a wife that loves it.. so MAX out that WAF! and try to enjoy it with her
Agreed! The panel I found was the only AUO 65" current panel that was 120hz. I did your method and found we do have the same panel. Do you have any settings to share that might maximize my set? Here is the what I found at Samsung parts on the H6350: Any suggestions would be appreciated.




LED TV
UN65H6350AFXZA
Version #:AH01

1 Parts (Page 1 of 1)FILTER BY: VIEW: 153050100 SORT BY: Popular ItemsPart Number A-ZPrice Low to HighDescription Search within the results
Part Type: All Part TypesBATTERYBOARDCABLECHASSISCHIPCONNECTORCOVERDIO DEDRIVEDUCTICINDUCTORJACKMANUALNETWORKON SALEPCB ASSYREMOTE CONTROLSCREWSMPSSTANDSTAND SCREWTUNERTV ACCSTV-CAMERA Keyword: To find a complete list of items for your specific model, please enter your model # in the main search bar above.

BN95-01334A
DUCT

$1,124.18
Nationwide BO, Usually ships within 4-6 weeks Specification
T650HVN05.7,CY-GH065CSAV
PRODUCT LCD-AUO
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Quote: Originally Posted by theroys88

Makes sense. I am keeping the set. After more tweaking, the set looks good enough and to be honest my wife would freak. She really likes the set. The set has no clouding, banding or ghosting. Had to turn off the amp due to stuttering. I do think that this whole panel thing though not illegal, is shady. It is not apples to apples since different panel technology is being used.


it does appear after reading some post in the 7150 owners thread that that model has some of the sets having Samsung panels. Some owners are getting some pretty bad clouding. My last Samsung set, a LNT-52a650 had some pretty noticeable clouding. That set had a Samsung panel. The positives on my AU panels are good uniformity, no clouding or flash lighting, no banding or ghosting. Negatives are average contrast and blacks and poor off axis viewing.
Sir,
Please put your wife on the phone.
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