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post #661 of 1112 Old 06-28-2014, 01:56 PM
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I don't think she would talk to anyone on this forum. She thinks we all a bit off. Hell I had a hell of atime negotiating the purchase of my UN65H6350 set. I really wanted the H7150. 400 more dollars was too much for her. Though if I was able to purchase it, I would have missed all of you guys in this thread. Not a bad trade off!
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I have scanned the forum trying to find IH01 panel any idea who this may be?
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I have scanned the forum trying to find IH01 panel any idea who this may be?
Could you be more specific and post herein your complete model number? Did you venture into the SM to capture your panel code?
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Could you be more specific and post herein your complete model number? Did you venture into the SM to capture your panel code?
UN50HU8550 the version number on the spine is IH01. I am considering buying it was curious the panel type before doing so?
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UN50HU8550 the version number on the spine is IH01. I am considering buying it was curious the panel type before doing so?
Doc.,
I googled that model last night.. It's a tough "new" nut to crack. Have you had any luck from the other threads learning what owners have revealed through the Service Menu access?
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I googled that model last night.. It's a tough "new" nut to crack. Have you had any luck from the other threads learning what owners have revealed through the Service Menu access?
I was able to replace my F9000 with another F9000,it has a version:US07 panel.
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I was able to replace my F9000 with another F9000,it has a version:US07 panel.
Read over some of your older post and saw your video.. Man! You've had a busy day.. Good luck w/ the new baby!!
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Read over some of your older post and saw your video.. Man! You've had a busy day.. Good luck w/ the new baby!!
I was able to grab the F9000 (defective) with a TS01,so I knew it was a Samsung panel from having followed this thread. The UN55F9000 I picked up today has a manufacturing date of Febuary 2014 w/US07 panel. Things I have noticed about this panel is improved black levels,uniformity,off angle viewing and motion. The TS01 had some minor overdrive trailing,but I have noticed zero on the US07.
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That is UE48H6400 subpixel structure up close (till I can get better magnifying glass that is the best I could get). Any insights (or is that too blurry) ?
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That is UE48H6400 subpixel structure up close (till I can get better magnifying glass that is the best I could get). Any insights (or is that too blurry) ?
Let me share my saga with you on how determined I became to achieve a better picture.

So, I had this brand new Samsung and a digital camera that did crappy macros. So I ask the members. I got an F, and was told to try again. I used a 200mm Zoom SLR lens laid on a pillow and my camera on a tripod to get a better shot.. posted it all here..#1779 so scroll.. Still Fail..
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Googled 'home made microscope'.. landed on an Instructable that gave me an idea. Since I did not have a laser pointer to dissect, yet did have plenty of DVD/CD rewritable drives.. I decided to rip out the lens that the laser reads/writes to a blank CD/DVD and fasten it to my cheepo Cell phone.

So if you don't have a old DVD/CD drive but do have a phone book, find your nearest metal/Consumer Electronic recycling center and give them .50 cent for a drive from an old laptop, or tower PC.. they might even have them loose in a box.. My center does. Butt loads of them. Instructions to this are in my Sig now. Macros via Cell. find it, love it, use it. You'll need a bobby pin.. go to walmart and look on the floor in the cosmetic dept.

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PS. None of you reader need directions on how to tear down a CD ROM player.. Just take all your frustration out on it. Safety glasses and a hammer/foot/rock/sister/wife/boyfriend/brother's head.. JUST DO IT.. Be NIKE

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Tried posting this on the owners thread with no replies.
Does anyone know if the new 75" HU8550 flat 4K has different panel types? The couple of boxes I have seen were labeled TS01 but I am trying to decide if it is worth taking the chance in saving almost $800 to buy it via the web rather than local.


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Historically speaking, codes that began with Txxx were S-PVA panels. Whether that still holds true on the new 75" model, is anybody's guess.
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Historically speaking, codes that began with Txxx were S-PVA panels.
Not really
PSA too
You may find photo of my PSA TH01 UE32H6230AK
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:11088-39#1418
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Not really
PSA too
You may find photo of my PSA TH01 UE32H6230AK
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:11088-39#1418
I said "historically speaking". I don't read Russian so maybe European models are different than those for the N. American market. S-PSA is the "newer" panel type for the higher end PVA line. It's a joint venture of Samsung and AUO and has been around since about 2003.
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Samsung BOM designations are worldwide
It's interesting, that even the same panel PN may use different name of panel
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:19480-75#2607
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Recently noticed this thread and checked the panel version on my F9000. It's TE06. When I run a "search" nothing pops up. Does that version number mean anything to anyone on the thread?

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Samsung BOM designations are worldwide
It's interesting, that even the same panel PN may use different name of panel
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:19480-75#2607
Thanks for the link to the picture in gradation. So you and akarma have determined that the 'A' in the Service Menu represents S-PVA and PSA?

Second question what do you think of Panelook designation of my panel as SVA? The Picture of my panel is in the spoiler above. Far right photo, or in Signature link: Macros via Cell.

Have you ever heard of SVA?

Take a look at the panelook link in my Signature, Mikl1984. Thanks

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Samsung BOM designations are worldwide
It's interesting, that even the same panel PN may use different name of panel
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:19480-75#2607
While your walking around the store taking pictures. I think is would be a good practice to caption your pictures with the Model, BOM, and Service Menu Code for the panel. So that NXSFAN can use these photos, or for anybody to use the photos to specify which TV by BOM has been identified to have a matrix.. I would hesitate to label any photo with a matrix type.

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I have figured out the panel type in my Samsung UN55F9000 Version:US07.
I check the service menu and came up with this break down using the chart I found on this thread.
55A1UU9L
55"
A=Samsung panel
1=120hz panel
U=Ultra clear screen
U=Ultra HD
9=8th panel version/generation
L=LED
I think I interpreted everything right,but any correction is appreciated.

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Anyone know if Samsung plasmas panels are made by different manufacturers ? Or is it just relative to led/lcd?
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Historically speaking, codes that began with Txxx were S-PVA panels. Whether that still holds true on the new 75" model, is anybody's guess.

My question is has anyone seen a 75" 8550 with other than the TS01 panel (version)?
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Thanks for the link to the picture in gradation. So you and akarma have determined that the 'A' in the Service Menu represents S-PVA and PSA?

Second question what do you think of Panelook designation of my panel as SVA? The Picture of my panel is in the spoiler above. Far right photo, or in Signature link: Macros via Cell.

Have you ever heard of SVA?
A in service menu is for both types
I doesn't trust panelook. More reliable source: subpixel macrophoto.
Please provide macro of different grey levels for your TV.

Honestly I was a guru in this field 5-7 years ago. Now appears a lot of new types of matrix with different types of backlight.

But approuch for every TV should be the same:
- platform
- panels
for different BOMs for every model.

I made such overviews for all Samsung TV 2005-2009 http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:19480
But for such full analysis access to service and training manuals required. And of course a lot of info from users about stickers and service menu values
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A in service menu is for both types
I doesn't trust panelook. More reliable source: subpixel macrophoto.
Please provide macro of different grey levels for your TV.

Honestly I was a guru in this field 5-7 years ago. Now appears a lot of new types of matrix with different types of backlight.
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Thank you for your reply, Mikl1984 you don't say why you do not trust Panelook. Will you elaborate on your experience with Panelook? Do you know what "SVA" stands for?

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Thank you for your reply, Mikl1984 you don't say why you do not trust Panelook. Will you elaborate on your experience with Panelook? Do you know what "SVA" stands for?
You have the same type panel as my, ie PSA
Panelook use info from panel spec pdf. I saw a lot of mistakes and misprints in such docs, especially in type of matrix
I don't know SVA. Misprint?
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You have the same type panel as my, ie PSA
Panelook use info from panel spec pdf. I saw a lot of mistakes and misprints in such docs, especially in type of matrix
I don't know SVA. Misprint?
Thanks again for the responses. Error on Panelook would be an exception to the rule. Panelook is a broker, a meeting place for buyers and sellers.
I would agree that not all panel tech is on the site, yet it is still a reference with a reputation good enough to keep them online. Mistakes in a submitted PDF could be simply engineer error. On any panel found one may see the revision code/dates. I would speculate that SVA still hold a value as an acronym still yet defined based upon the next section I present to you, and that is how we are loosely throwing PSA around as the final answer.

Let us both not be too hasty to name this simply PSA and stop. I refer you to the next two documents to demonstrate. PSA can be and has been applied to known matrices.

PSA applied to IPS
http://www.readcube.com/articles/10....1189?locale=en

PSA applied to AUO AMVA5
http://www.avsforum.com/photopost/da...790c1_AUO.jpeg

All this an more can be found here Post 497, or in your favorite FREE place.. I concede, I do not have access to SMPTE or IHS as these are paid subscriber type hubs of information, However I can read from SID and Google from there. I'm just not ready to hang up the research on SVA and dismiss Panelook as untrusted. They might not supply information on the latest info due to the fact Samsung, Sony, et al work in a reclusive, business to business manner and keep the info in house. Panelook on the other hands is a Broker with information.

My hugest regard to you! Mikl1984
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One more praise. Your research will not go unappreciated!! Your so honest, and I will enjoy doing this line by line. And will enjoy the photo when I finally get there.

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My question is has anyone seen a 75" 8550 with other than the TS01 panel (version)?
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http://www.samsungparts.com/Products...A/Default.aspx

this should answer your question.
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Thank you, that would suggest just the TS01 version.
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By the way, there's probably not panel lottery on any 4K units yet, seeing as most (all?) of the manufactures are producing their own 4K panels
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seeing as most (all?) of the manufactures are producing their own 4K panels
Like Sony who is using AUO and probably LG, Panasonic who is using Innolux and probably LG, and Toshiba who is using Innolux and probably LG?
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