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post #1081 of 3068 Old 09-16-2011, 10:32 AM
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I got the UN55D6000 couple weeks ago, and I had been having the flashlight problem. I used the Home Theater setting and I still had some problem with the flashlight phenomenon. It really was not too bad, but I could see them in really dark scenes. My wife couldn't really see them, but I got to the point of looking for them. I finally couldn't stand it any more and changed the "backlight" to 6. At first, it felt like it was too dark but I got used to it. Now, it actually looks more natural, and I can't see the flashlights any more.

Here are my settings:

Picture mode movie
Backlight 7
Contrast 88
Brightness 48
Sharpness 18
Color 48
Tint 50/50

Advanced Setting Sub Menu
BlackTone dark
Dynamic Contrast off
Shadow Detail 1
Gamma 2
Expert Pattern off
RGB Only Mode off
Color Space custom (see below)
White Balance (see below)
10P White Balance on (see below)
Flesh Tone 1
Edge Enhancement off
Motion Lighting on
xvYCC off
LED Motion Plus off

Picture Option Menu
Color Tone Standard
Digital Noise Filter off
MPEG Noise Filter off
HDMI Black Level normal
Film Mode off
Auto Motion Plus custom (see below)

Color Space Submenu
Red: Red 59
Red: Green 5
Red: Blue 0
Green: Red 20
Green: Green 55
Green: Blue 3
Blue: Red 0
Blue: Green 5
Blue: Blue 100
Yellow: Red 57
Yellow: Green 50
Yellow: Blue 0
Cyan: Red 14
Cyan: Green 51
Cyan: Blue 55
Magenta: Red 50
Magenta: Green 5
Magenta: Blue 59

White Balance Submenu
R-Offset 25
G-Offset 25
B-Offset 26
R-Gain 25
G-Gain 25
B-Gain 21

10p White Balance Submenu
Interval1: Red 5
Interval1: Green 4
Interval1: Blue 4
Interval2: Red 0
Interval2: Green 0
Interval2: Blue 0
Interval3: Red 1
Interval3: Green 1
Interval3: Blue 2
Interval4: Red 0
Interval4: Green 0
Interval4: Blue 0
Interval5: Red 2
Interval5: Green 2
Interval5: Blue 1
Interval6: Red 0
Interval6: Green 1
Interval6: Blue 0
Interval7: Red 1
Interval7: Green 1
Interval7: Blue 1
Interval8: Red 2
Interval8: Green 2
Interval8: Blue 3
Interval9: Red 0
Interval9: Green 0
Interval9: Blue 1
Interval10: Red 0
Interval10: Green 0
Interval10: Blue 3

Auto Motion Plus Submenu
Blur Reduction 4
Judder Reduction 0

And I set Eco Sensor to On (System -> Eco Solution -> Eco Sensor) with min. at 3

I have done this for a few days now, and I really like the result. Pictures are so much more natural. I am sure I will continue to make some small adjustments, but I think I got it really close to where I think is perfect.
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@pspun and everyone else. I have the UN46D6500 and i notice everyone has the gamma at 0 or +1 and brightness around from 45 to 48. I have notice with those settings, the blacks get crushed and the shadow detail is lost, even with backlight cranked up to 10 or above. I have my backlight at 5 or 6, it depends and i use movie mode. I notice if you switch the gamma to +2 and raise the brightness to 53 or 55 and set the black tone to dark and dynamic contrast to low, now you can see more details on darker scenes and more shadow details. I also keep the Led Motion Plus to on, i notice that, with the Auto Motion Plus to clear, there is no blurring. Just wanted to share my thoughts on this. Other than that, this tv is amazing.
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I, for one, am really surprised at how many folks use the movie mode. I've played with it but no mater what I find it, as some other have said, sort of on the hazy side.
I've ordered the DIGITAL VIDEO ESSENTIALS HD BASICS so we'll see what calibration settings it gives me.

Has anyone ever gotten theirs professionally calibrated? Results?
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I, for one, am really surprised at how many folks use the movie mode. I've played with it but no mater what I find it, as some other have said, sort of on the hazy side.
I've ordered the DIGITAL VIDEO ESSENTIALS HD BASICS so we'll see what calibration settings it gives me.

Has anyone ever gotten theirs professionally calibrated? Results?

What do you mean by hazy? Like the picture isn't as sharp? Or just the colors are not as intense?

While I like using Standard mode for gaming, I feel that if I leave it in standard alot of the time while watching cable, skin tones look too colorful. Like the people are glowing red or orange. (granted I haven't found many good calibrations for anything other than Movie)
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@pspun and everyone else. I have the UN46D6500 and i notice everyone has the gamma at 0 or +1 and brightness around from 45 to 48. I have notice with those settings, the blacks get crushed and the shadow detail is lost, even with backlight cranked up to 10 or above. I have my backlight at 5 or 6, it depends and i use movie mode. I notice if you switch the gamma to +2 and raise the brightness to 53 or 55 and set the black tone to dark and dynamic contrast to low, now you can see more details on darker scenes and more shadow details. I also keep the Led Motion Plus to on, i notice that, with the Auto Motion Plus to clear, there is no blurring. Just wanted to share my thoughts on this. Other than that, this tv is amazing.

I will try gamma 2 and see if I like it. I think brightness 48 is probably high enough.
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I will try gamma 2 and see if I like it. I think brightness 48 is probably high enough.

Try it and see. I know these sets need tweaking, but everyone has their own taste.
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I have a new UN55D6500, but wondering if anyone knows of support for Amazon Instant Video as a Samsung App? Apparently Samsung used to have Yahoo Widgets, which have since been discontinued for the 2011 models from what I understand (Best buy exclusives may be the exception) and there is no longer a way to access Amazon instant video thru any 2011 Sammy device.
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What do you mean by hazy? Like the picture isn't as sharp? Or just the colors are not as intense?

While I like using Standard mode for gaming, I feel that if I leave it in standard alot of the time while watching cable, skin tones look too colorful. Like the people are glowing red or orange. (granted I haven't found many good calibrations for anything other than Movie)

Not sure how do describe it....the picture is soft looking. Not crisp and sharp like you get with Standard..
Maybe it's personal preference...
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Just picked up the 60" D6400 from Fry's today to replace my busted Samsung PNC587000 Plasma.

Pretty impressed so far, bezel is super slim and looks awesome mounted. Picture quality is good despite some uneven backlighting and clouding(only visible on black screens) and damn this TV is bright compared to our previous plasma. On Dynamic it looks like a spot light from space on bright scenes. Need to calibrate it a bit. I generally like the look of Dynamic on our living room set because the room is so bright, but here its too bright.

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I was wondering if hard drives formatted for NTFS are DLNA compliant? So I can plug into the USB port and my UN55D6050 will be able to play it fine like a FAT32 drive?
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Just picked up the 60" D6400 from Fry's today to replace my busted Samsung PNC587000 Plasma.


A couple of months ago I picked up a D6400 from Fry's too, mine is a 55" & we couldn't be happier. I wish i could've bought the 60, but only had enough for the 55. I was able to get them to price match another vendor, with 2-free pair of 3d glasses thrown in, all for less than 15 Benjamins! I hope you got a good price on your 60! We had previously bought the D6050 @ Costco for the same price, but it had bad flashlighting, where the one we purchased @ Fry's had no flashlighting whatsoever }8^).

Enjoy your 60!
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I was wondering if hard drives formatted for NTFS are DLNA compliant? So I can plug into the USB port and my UN55D6050 will be able to play it fine like a FAT32 drive?

NTFS drives will play just fine on your UN55D6050. Just hook it up to the USB port labeled "HDD".
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Here are my settings based on calibration disc.

Pic mode - Movie mode
Backlight - 7 to 20 (eco mode with min backlight set to 7)
Contrast - 87
Brightness - 44
Sharpness - 0
Color - 48
Black Tone - off
Shadow detail - 0 (setting this to anything other than 2 actual does some dynamic setting of the backlight).
Dynamic Contrast - off
Gamma - 0
Color Tone - Warm2 (I liked the whites better with warm1, but it created a slight blue/green cast in some scenes)
Auto Motion - Clear
LED motion On

I have a 6500K bias light behind my TV and it everying is now dialed into perfection. The blacks look black and uniform. Colors look very natural yet still have good
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A couple of months ago I picked up a D6400 from Fry's too, mine is a 55" & we couldn't be happier. I wish i could've bought the 60, but only had enough for the 55. I was able to get them to price match another vendor, with 2-free pair of 3d glasses thrown in, all for less than 15 Benjamins! I hope you got a good price on your 60! We had previously bought the D6050 @ Costco for the same price, but it had bad flashlighting, where the one we purchased @ Fry's had no flashlighting whatsoever }8^).

Enjoy your 60!


FRYS price($1999) for the 60" was good enough for me to switch from the d7000.
I was planning on buying the D7000, but the d6400 and d7000 were next to each other and the bezel difference is almost unnoticeable from 5 feet away.
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CLEAR- No Judder Reduction, Max Blur Reduction

If I compare CLEAR with Blur Reduction 10 Judder 0 on panning shots CLEAR is way smoother. To me it looks like CLEAR also introduces Fake Frames. Some panning shots look as smooth as 10/3.

A problem I found with CLEAR is that on many fast panning shots it introduces pixelation in the lower half of the screen. Very annoying once you spot it.

Very dissappointed by Samsung, my 3 year old Samsung handles motion way better.
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Try it and see. I know these sets need tweaking, but everyone has their own taste.

Thanks, I like it!
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I had the flashing, pixel issues, and clouding with my directv. I switched the hdmi inputs on the tv and its gone now. I thought it was the hdmi cable, but HDMI 1 input didn't take directv source for some reason. Now it looks better than ever.
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Hi, I'm very novice to the appropriate language so please bear with me. I just bought the above 55 inch 6000 series this weekend. First major purchase in years. I watch mostly sports and from googling, I'm seeing a lot of I think "ghosting" or pixeling. It's not all the time during fast movement, but when it does happen it's very annoying.
Yesterday I was watching a baseball game. Every once in a while when a pitcher was delivering his pitch it would start ghosting. But again, not every pitch. Same thing with football games and watching the football flythrough the air.
I am using HMDI cable connected directly into my Directv box. No other components hooked up at this time.
Please advise if this is normal or cause for concern.

thanks!

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Current software says it is 001019. Is that correct? I downloaded the most current to USB and the TV says "no file available for upgrade." Does that mean I'm current on that? Also, I don't see a "firmware" upgrade option under "support." Am I missing something? I just see the "software upgrade" option.

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@greyraven: when you select 'Software Upgrade', your current firmware version should be displayed on the right side of the screen (the description).
As for the 'ghosting', you'll probably want to adjust Auto Motion Plus..the custom setting will let you set your own Blur and Judder. I watch baseball too and try to look for that but I don't notice any on the pitches , the only time I notice it was when Bautista threw a bullet from right field to 3rd base in the Yankee game...it's a work in progress as I just got mine for a week.
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That is a sweet looking setup! What is the audio? Is that two subs?
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Thanks. Ascend acoustics cmt speakers. Epik dragon and legend subs.
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Here are my settings based on calibration disc.

Pic mode - Movie mode
Backlight - 7 to 20 (eco mode with min backlight set to 7)
Contrast - 87
Brightness - 44
Sharpness - 0
Color - 48
Black Tone - off
Shadow detail - 0 (setting this to anything other than 2 actual does some dynamic setting of the backlight).
Dynamic Contrast - off
Gamma - 0
Color Tone - Warm2 (I liked the whites better with warm1, but it created a slight blue/green cast in some scenes)
Auto Motion - Clear
LED motion On

These settings look pretty tight. I have everything like yours, except 'ECO' is set to off. The way you phrased 'shadow' detail, shouldn't u have it to 2 & not 0? and what about xvYCC?
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I found I actually prefer a little dynamic contrast so I have the shadow detail set at 0. The blacks are darker in mostly black screens but the backlight fluctuates a bit. Purists will want it at 2. When I have it set to 0, I don't notice it changing. Set at -2 the fluctuation is very noticable.
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I bought the 55D6050 from Costco a month ago. I have some flash lighting and two clouding spots. I still don't know if it's worth keeping or if I should take it back and try my luck with another one, even though I looked today, and they are all H301 panels. That's what mine is now. Has anyone taken their 6050 back to Costco and tried another with any better luck? And, I've read on here that some people cleaned their screen in the corners...did that help any with flash lighting? Thanks.
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I bought the 55D6050 from Costco a month ago. I have some flash lighting and two clouding spots. I still don't know if it's worth keeping or if I should take it back and try my luck with another one, even though I looked today, and they are all H301 panels. That's what mine is now. Has anyone taken their 6050 back to Costco and tried another with any better luck? And, I've read on here that some people cleaned their screen in the corners...did that help any with flash lighting? Thanks.

Have you tried some of the calibration settings in this thread yet?
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Have you tried some of the calibration settings in this thread yet?

Yes, I have. And they have improved the image quality some. Although, I find that I need to turn the backlight down to 6 or below in order for the flashlights to be bearable. When I am watching a blu-ray it isn't that bad. It's when I am streaming content when it is at its worst.
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Yes, I have. And they have improved the image quality some. Although, I find that I need to turn the backlight down to 6 or below in order for the flashlights to be bearable. When I am watching a blu-ray it isn't that bad. It's when I am streaming content when it is at its worst.

Did you notice that you need to adjust the settings for each input and streaming separately? Perhaps your streaming is still set with the backlight at max? BTW, I have the same set and it has broken in a bit after a month so the backlighting is more uniform.
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Yeah, I do know that you have to adjust the settings for all inputs, but no matter how much I adjust the settings (backlight and brightness mostly), when I get into smart hub and queue up netflix it doesn't seem to matter. The flashlights seem to be back. Can you adjust backlight while in netflix? All I can do is change the mode from Movie, Standard, etc.
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