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post #1351 of 1374 Old 04-10-2015, 02:21 PM
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Thank you very much. I also have 65hu8700. It has some code like bn95. How do i decide the code to actual panel version ?
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Same way. The box or sticker on the side of the tv should have a version number, something like "version TS01", if it is a tv produced for the North American market. Haven't a clue what "bn95" is.
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So I picked up a 65" H7150 last week. I got a UH02 panel (vs TS01), though I read they are both Samsung panels, is one better than the other, or are they both about the same for this model? Any insight or links to more info would be helpful.

So far I love the picture quality, far superior to the FH6001 I had (which was a cheap black-friday model anyway), the only negative I have about it so far is it does a little bit of flashlighting in (oddly) 3 of the 4 corners. I've loosen the screws in those corners as some have send but I'm not sure I see much of a difference.

Luckily I only really ever notice on completely black screens, which rarely happens. But I'm curious if it's worth the trouble and time to try exchange it for a TS01 panel or not.

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Helló !
Samsung UE48H6800 ultra clear panel ?
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Hi
My tv is UE40H6400AWXXH
Is my panel made by Samsung?
What are the differences between v1 and v2 ?
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My tv is UE40H6400AWXXH
Is my panel made by Samsung?
What are the differences between v1 and v2 ?
that s my specs
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You have a European version so the usual "TS01", etc descriptions may not apply to your region-specific model.
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You have a European version so the usual "TS01", etc descriptions may not apply to your region-specific model.
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Do you know anything about the differences between v1 and newest v2 ?
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As far as panel type, no. It could be just the build and not related to the panel at all. I haven't seen any in depth discussions on the European builds concerning the version differences here. Hopefully someone else has.
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For Europe

UE65JS9500 type panel :65A1UU9YJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=2000), platform Hawk-P
UE48JS9000 type panel :48A1UU9XJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=2000), platform Hawk-P
UE55JS8500 type panel :55A1UU8XJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI 1900), platform Hawk M
UE55JU7500 type panel :55L1UU7WJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=1600), platform Hawk M
UE48JU7000 type panel :48A1UU7VJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=1300), platform Hawk M
UE55J6300 type panel :55A1AF0WJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI 800), platform Hawk MF

UE55JU6640 type panel :55A6AU0WJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI=1200), platform Hawk M
UE48JU6640 type panel :48A6AU0WJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI=1200), platform Hawk M
UE48JU6500 type panel :48A6AUOWJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI 1100), platform Hawk M
UE40JU6400 type panel :40A6AUOVJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI 900), platform Hawk M
UE43J5500 type panel :43R6AF0VJ, AU Optronics VA, 50Hz (PQI 400), platform: Hawk MF

Samsung UHD tvs UE JU6xxx, 50Hz panel + flashing backlight (only judder reduction = Reduced flicker and not Blur reduction = Reduction Turbidity).

In UE43J5500: there is no regulatory Auto Motion Plus (and thus of the slider Judder reduction = Reduced flicker, which have JU6xxx series), only the slider LED Clear Motion (blinking backlight).

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Samsung UE48H6800 ultra clear panel ?
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Yes, according to Samsung's website ... And seems so from the review: the glossy panel is the Ultra Clear Panel ...

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My tv is UE40H6400AWXXH
Is my panel made by Samsung?
What are the differences between v1 and v2 ?
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As far as panel type, no. It could be just the build and not related to the panel at all. I haven't seen any in depth discussions on the European builds concerning the version differences here. Hopefully someone else has.
Yes it's made by Samsung: 40A1AF0V (A=Samsung). Have not seen a real discussion about what the version numbers stand for no but would be interesting to find out nevertheless ...

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For Europe

UE65JS9500 type panel :65A1UU9YJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=2000), platform Hawk-P
UE48JS9000 type panel :48A1UU9XJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=2000), platform Hawk-P
UE55JS8500 type panel :55A1UU8XJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI 1900), platform Hawk M
UE55JU7500 type panel :55L1UU7WJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=1600), platform Hawk M
UE48JU7000 type panel :48A1UU7VJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI=1300), platform Hawk M
UE55J6300 type panel :55A1AF0WJ, Samsung VA, 100Hz (PQI 800), platform Hawk MF

UE55JU6640 type panel :55A6AU0WJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI=1200), platform Hawk M
UE48JU6640 type panel :48A6AU0WJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI=1200), platform Hawk M
UE48JU6500 type panel :48A6AUOWJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI 1100), platform Hawk M
UE40JU6400 type panel :40A6AUOVJ, Samsung VA, 50Hz (PQI 900), platform Hawk M
UE43J5500 type panel :43R6AF0VJ, AU Optronics VA, 50Hz (PQI 400), platform: Hawk MF

Samsung UHD tvs UE JU6xxx, 50Hz panel + flashing backlight (only judder reduction = Reduced flicker and not Blur reduction = Reduction Turbidity).

In UE43J5500: there is no regulatory Auto Motion Plus (and thus of the slider Judder reduction = Reduced flicker, which have JU6xxx series), only the slider LED Clear Motion (blinking backlight).
UE55JU7090 type panel :55A1UU7VJ

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just avoid QSo4 pm me when u get a panel I will tell u if good or not if you like.
Also AH01, MS01
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I have a un65f8000. The panel has gone bad and it is a us02. The replacement panel is $1600. Can I put in a less quality panel and have it still work? If not where do I go to sell parts?
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I have a un65f8000. The panel has gone bad and it is a us02. The replacement panel is $1600. Can I put in a less quality panel and have it still work? If not where do I go to sell parts?

No extended warranty?
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No warranty is out. The panel is doing colored vertical lines.
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I have a un65f8000. The panel has gone bad and it is a us02. The replacement panel is $1600. Can I put in a less quality panel and have it still work? If not where do I go to sell parts?
Might be better off either buying a whole new tv or finding an f8000 online. They got used f8000s on amazon between 1200 and 2200.
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Might be better off either buying a whole new tv or finding an f8000 online. They got used f8000s on amazon between 1200 and 2200.
Do you think I could use a panel from like a 7100 series or a less quality one?
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Do you think I could use a panel from like a 7100 series or a less quality one?

This is why I always advise to buy extended warranties. These electronics can crap out at any time.

And no I don't think u can buy a black market tv panel. Even if u could use an f7100 panel, it would probably cost similar.
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That is a shame. That model has outstanding picture quality. I do not think you can use panels from different models. Unfortunately the cost of a new panel make it cost prohibitive.
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Regarding Samsung panels in TVs under 50 inches: the UN40H5203 comes in three version codes (TD01, UF05, LD04) and all are Samsung panels. In fact, according to Panelook.com, the same panel is used in all three versions. This is basically the smart version of the UN40H5003 but that one comes with a Chi Mei Innolux panel. I viewed them side by side at my house and the 5203 is markedly better. Better blacks, contrast, side viewing, motion blur, etc.
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I have two Samsungs (bedroom and garage). Both have S-PVA panels and straight on viewing is really nice. Good blacks and color fidelity. Off-axis is horrendous. That's the big drawback of the Samsung S-PVA panel. Fortunately for us, both tv's are viewed dead-on so it's not that big of a deal. The main tv is an LG with with S-IPS panel. Blacks aren't as good but it still has great color fidelity (it's calibrated) and off-axis viewing is to die for. You basically pick your compromise between the two.
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Regarding Samsung panels in TVs under 50 inches: the UN40H5203 comes in three version codes (TD01, UF05, LD04) and all are Samsung panels. In fact, according to Panelook.com, the same panel is used in all three versions. This is basically the smart version of the UN40H5003 but that one comes with a Chi Mei Innolux panel. I viewed them side by side at my house and the 5203 is markedly better. Better blacks, contrast, side viewing, motion blur, etc.
Exactly the same conclusion a group of friends and myself came to after a side by side comparison of a UN65H6350 and a UN75H6350. The 65" had a AUO panel and the 75" had a Samsung panel. The 75" won in all areas that you noticed. Both sets were calibrated and fed Fios and Blu Ray material. Both sets were also at my home side by side. Some on this forum think there is no difference in picture quality between sets with Samsung panels and sets with outsourced panels. Most do not own a set with a outsourced panel or have not done a side by side comparison. Thanks for the post.
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I agree that it can make a big difference when you do a side by side comparison. The Chi Mei/Innolux panel provided a very good picture in some cases but I was unable to get a consistent balance between contrast, sharpness, brightness and backlight from station to station. The 5203 Samsung panel was noticeably better in all aspects as soon as I turned it on, even with factory default settings. I had the two sets side by side for about three days so I could compare all types of programming in all types of light and the Samsung was better in every situation. The 5003 and 5203 models are pretty much the same TV so this should be a level playing field. It may be that Innolux makes some good panels and I just got a bad one. But I would avoid them in this price range at the least.

At this point I don't even consider buying A Samsung TV before checking both Samsungparts.com and Panelook.com to see what the panels are used for each version. As an example with these two models, all 5003s have a Innolux panel while all versions of the 5203 have Samsung panels. With that in mind, I was able to purchase the 5203 on line knowing I would get the panel I wanted.
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Same here. Now that I know what I know and how to determine what panel is in the size I want, I will not make the same mistake. Samsung parts.com is a great help.
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