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post #2251 of 2571 Old 04-15-2013, 12:41 PM
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Sorry it is a 6050 with an hso1 panel September 2012 production
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Anyone see this type of mess on there screen. I just purchased a 60eh6000 and there are these dark areas through out as with the most severe at the top middle portion of tv.JPG 67k .JPG file the screen

Some vignetting (darkening) in the corners isn't unusual, but that area at the top is definitely unusual and looks defective.
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Picked up this Samsung UN46EH6000 model at Bestbuy last week. It was manufactured in Tijuana Dec. 2012 so it has the latest firmware for this model. It also has the S-PVA (Samsung display panel) Ver. TS02

The picture quality is fantastic out of the box. It became even better by reducing the Dynamic Contrast from "high" to "medium" and also backed off Standard picture mode Contrast from 100 to 90.
Picture is great in all picture modes, but have found we can use "Standard" for all inputs and have great results.
Out of box LED Motion was "OFF" and we left it that way.
The full array led back-lighting seems to be superior to the ES models Edge Lighting. The 120 Hz refresh with the 240Hz CMR (Clear Motion Rate) is a great combination for hi-speed motion sport events.

Have Not yet seen, on this particular model, any of the complaints some of the other posters have issued.
However, picture color is a perceived factor.....no two human eyes perceive color exactly the same, especially so in men. I'm retired from a lighting manufacturer.
Another cautionary note, as mentioned in a different area of the AVS forum, when using so called Calibration disks, the disk player color output may not be without its own error. (OPPO disk player was most error free) Display color adjustments will also be correcting the introduced error and not what may be seen in actual use.

Bottom Line.....Other peoples picture tweaking/calibration to their liking, is what they perceive on their set and I would not attempt to copy their settings. However, these settings could be used as "ball park" values if what you perceive needs adjustment to satisfy you or your family.

Would recommend this Samsung UN46EH6000FXZA LED TV to all of my friends and family.
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Have the exact same factory and panel but with an earlier mfr. date and only the latest publicly uploaded firmware. Agreed on its quality. It took several rounds of calibration but after nearly one year of ownership I still think it's the best HDTV in terms of PQ I could have for the price, especially since it's my first.
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B'Bros, followed your "auto motion plus = OFF" link and could not agree more with your assessment. Ours is also set to "off".
Forgot to add that we also LED Motion to "OFF"
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Could anyone confirm whether or not the 6030 can accept and display 24hz? My PC seems to be able to output at 24hz and the TV reports it at 24hz. Would this mode avoid 3:2 pulldown when watching movies?
It's a shame the 6030 doesn't have Auto Motion Plus...I feel scammed sort of (The TV is labeled as 120hz with a CMR of 240, but I suppose only in 3D mode).

Thanks in advance.
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Could anyone confirm whether or not the 6030 can accept and display 24hz? My PC seems to be able to output at 24hz and the TV reports it at 24hz. Would this mode avoid 3:2 pulldown when watching movies?
It's a shame the 6030 doesn't have Auto Motion Plus...I feel scammed sort of (The TV is labeled as 120hz with a CMR of 240, but I suppose only in 3D mode).

Thanks in advance.

it does have a native refresh of 120Hz and it does 5:5 pulldown for 24p sources instead of 2:3 pulldown

it lacks Auto Motion Plus, but in my experience, it handles motion better than the EH6000 (TS02)... especially for gaming and other sources where motion blur greatly impacts PQ
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Anyone see this type of mess on there screen. I just purchased a 60eh6000 and there are these dark areas through out as with the most severe at the top middle portion of tv.JPG 67k .JPG file the screen

Exchange this set. The ripple you are seeing is from the panel not properly being seated. If you follow a vertical line up from the L to the top of the frame and go left 1-3 inches, look up where the frame meets the panel and you will see that the panel in not tucked behind the frame for about 1-2 inches. You probably only see this ripple when the screen goes to a solid color. I had the same thing but on the bottom.
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Hey everyone, I have been combing through this thread, but had a couple questions.

I have a UN55EH6001FXZA Version AH01, made in Tijuana in November 2012.

I purchased a UN55EH6000, but was given this. I still have the option to exchange it for the 6000, but it would require me renting a zip car for 2 hours (~$25 dollars).

I was wondering what type of panel I have here, and if the 6001 truly is inferior, besides the remote with no backlight and a different bezel.

I appreciate any help here, since I only have until Monday to make this exchange.
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Hey everyone, I have been combing through this thread, but had a couple questions.

I have a UN55EH6001FXZA Version AH01, made in Tijuana in November 2012.

I purchased a UN55EH6000, but was given this. I still have the option to exchange it for the 6000, but it would require me renting a zip car for 2 hours (~$25 dollars).

I was wondering what type of panel I have here, and if the 6001 truly is inferior, besides the remote with no backlight and a different bezel.

I appreciate any help here, since I only have until Monday to make this exchange.

Sounds like an Optronics panel which I think is from Taiwan. Haven't heard about any specific problems with these panels or the 6001. However, if you call and find out if they have the 6000 with a Txxx Samsung panel it might be worth it to make the exchange.
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Any luck finding the blue-only option?
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Thanks for the quick reply. This was a refurb situation, so there's no guarantee that the other ones are in as good shape as this. The screen, bezel, front, and back are perfect, and the brown/reddish bezel kind of matches my couch better too!

I was able to confirm the optronics display, with the "55R" in the service menu. If there are no issues, I'm ok keeping this, since driving through and parking in Manhattan is a HUGE PAIN. I also received this reply from Samsung:

"Tim Baxter asked me to reach out to you regarding the questions that you had comparing the EH6000 that you purchased with the EH6001 that you were sent. Fortunately, nearly every feature of the EH6000 is shared with the EH6001. There are 4 things that are different, listed below:



1. The EH6000 is a black colored TV, the EH6001 is Rose Black (a bit of a red tint)

2. The EH6000 has a PC/DVI audio in (3.5mm) connection, the EH6001 does not (this is for connecting PC audio)

3. The EH6000 has a blacklit remote control that can light up the buttons in the dark, the EH6001 remote does not light up

4.Finally, the EH6000 is compatible with our Ultra Slim wall mount, and the EH6001 is not.



Otherwise, picture quality, sound, features and functions are all the same. I hope this answers your question about the TVs.



Please let us know if you have any other questions.





Thank you.

Samsung Online Service Center"

I am going to calibrate with the AVS software soon, but just wanted to know where I can find the blue only mode as well.

Any other input is appreciated!
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Fishing through the thread trying to find some calibration settings for the un55eh6000. Anyone have a good setup for a brighter room? Didn't see anything on tweakmytv. Thanks!

Bump.
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Any luck finding the blue-only option?

No blue screen mode for either 6000 or 6001 from what I've read and tried. Need to get blue glasses.
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You can check my recommendations on page 64. Since then I've bumped up the Gamma to 0, and backlight to 14. Also settled on auto motion plus set to "off" especially when watching sports. Again, this is just a starting point. After that you really should try your own calibration and tweak to your tastes.
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i've had this tv for a while and it's definitely the best tv i've owned in quite a while. Recently, i've had an issue or 2 pop up. First, i was watching Skyfall, and the scenes in the casino... my tv apparently doesn't like her red dress. Second, candles. I noticed it has a halo around the flames. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to lessen the halo and make red appear a bit more natural? While i haven't had this tv professionally calibrated, i've run some of the settings listed in this thread. Any help will be appreciated.
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i've had this tv for a while and it's definitely the best tv i've owned in quite a while. Recently, i've had an issue or 2 pop up. First, i was watching Skyfall, and the scenes in the casino... my tv apparently doesn't like her red dress. Second, candles. I noticed it has a halo around the flames. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to lessen the halo and make red appear a bit more natural? While i haven't had this tv professionally calibrated, i've run some of the settings listed in this thread. Any help will be appreciated.

Are you sure the issue you're seeing isn't just caused by that specific transfer? You didn't detail whether you were using a DVD, bluray, streaming video etc. But you might be surprised to learn that there are sources which can even be very recent and expensive in origin that aren't always up to par. An example I give is the season two bluray set of GAME OF THRONES which has visible banding in places because of subpar encoding.

Your settings, to be really good for you, shouldn't be simply copied from anothers and applied. They may work as a starting point but you should then use a tool like Disney WOW or the AVS 709 disc and set brightness, contrast, and color balance.
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Are you sure the issue you're seeing isn't just caused by that specific transfer? You didn't detail whether you were using a DVD, bluray, streaming video etc. But you might be surprised to learn that there are sources which can even be very recent and expensive in origin that aren't always up to par. An example I give is the season two bluray set of GAME OF THRONES which has visible banding in places because of subpar encoding.

Your settings, to be really good for you, shouldn't be simply copied from anothers and applied. They may work as a starting point but you should then use a tool like Disney WOW or the AVS 709 disc and set brightness, contrast, and color balance.

Sorry, i was watching Skyfall on Blu. i have never seen the TV behave that way until this scene. It sounds like ii'm going to have to do some actual tinkering.
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Sorry, i was watching Skyfall on Blu. i have never seen the TV behave that way until this scene. It sounds like ii'm going to have to do some actual tinkering.
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I too was experiencing. An issue with Skyfall...the dark scenes during the last battle would turn green whenever I moved slightly off angle...this really annoyed me to the point if returning tv...does anyone else experience these odd color shifts?
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Hi all. Thanks for the thread.

Considering the Samsung UN55EH6000 against the Vizio e601-a3. Both seem to be high-value TVs that provide good picture quality for the price. Having a hard time deciding which I should go with. Did anyone consider this TV and have any insight?
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The EH6000 is a great set at a great value. And because it has direct backlighting rather than edge lit, their is minimal flashlighting, clouding, and side angle viewing fade. It has good black levels and overall pic quality. Plus 120hz so no motion blur. And their is an analog audio out which is very nice for setting up speakers other than optical. BUT BE SURE YOU GET A SAMSUNG PANEL TO HAVE BEST PIC QUALITY. Some models use subpar panels. Samsung panels are Version TS01 and TS02. The white label on the outside of the box gives the model number and the Version number. I don't think any of the 2013 F series have direct backlighting, so get the EH now if that is a factor for you. The 55" had been $899.
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BUT BE SURE YOU GET A SAMSUNG PANEL TO HAVE BEST PIC QUALITY. Some models use subpar panels. Samsung panels are Version TS01 and TS02..

Thank you.

So are you saying it's a gamble what panel. I'll get? I'm looking at the EH model...55''.
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Some panels are not as good as the actual Samsung panels and have poor viewing angles. When you go in the store, just look at the white label on the box and request a Version TS01 or TS02 panel. Otherwise refuse purchase and try a different retailer until you find the right panel. Try Target, Best Buy, HHG, Fry's, and even Walmart. And Sears.
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Some panels are not as good as the actual Samsung panels and have poor viewing angles. When you go in the store, just look at the white label on the box and request a Version TS01 or TS02 panel. Otherwise refuse purchase and try a different retailer until you find the right panel. Try Target, Best Buy, HHG, Fry's, and even Walmart. And Sears.

Shoot, I was looking at buying online. But I will keep this in mind..
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Shoot, I was looking at buying online. But I will keep this in mind..
Most of these retailers should price match.
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I too was experiencing. An issue with Skyfall...the dark scenes during the last battle would turn green whenever I moved slightly off angle...this really annoyed me to the point if returning tv...does anyone else experience these odd color shifts?

Yes, it was the main reason I returned my 65" back in february....poor viewing angle and weird color shifts in the picture when moving just slightly off center
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Just bought a Samsung UN60EH6000 off amazon warehouse deals (used) for 874, it arrived looking fine, basically I didn't need a smart tv or 3d functions so I figured this was the best bang for the buck for a 60 inch led. Also Im not wall mounting this so I didn't mind how thick it was (comparatively) for an led. Anyhow, Tv works great so far, no complaints with amazon warehouse deals, but I was wondering if anyone out there could answer a ? about calibration. Obviously there are many examples on this owners thread of various settings that people have posted, but most are to make it seem more realistic and to get rid of the much mentioned "soap opera effect" that so many seem to hate. I however, actually like this unrealistic looking "soap opera" effect and haven't found any on this long owners thread to maximize this "soap opera" effect to the fullest. If anyone has any suggestions on how to amplify this s o effect to the maximum capabilities of this tv please respond. Thanks in advance to any responses.
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Maximising it is easy. Just use Custom under Auto Motion Plus and turn Judder Reduction up to 10. The premade "Smooth" setting may also be to your liking.
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I bought a 65 inch from Walmart last Saturday and after the update and calibrating it. I like the picture this tv can give out for a non smart TV. I don't see any bad viewing angles or color changes like some other users said. If you want to try my settings for a bright picture.............

MODE : STANDARD
BACKLIGHT: 20
CONTRAST: 90
BRIGHTNESS:44
SHARPNESS:35
COLOR:50
TINT: G50/R50

ADVANCED SETTINGS

COLOR SPACE: AUTO
WHITE BALANCE: DEFAULT
GAMMA: +2 OR HIGHER DEPENDS ON YOUR OPINION
DYNAMIC CONTRAST: LOW OR OFF DEPENDS ON YOUR OPINION
BLACK TONE: DARK OR OFF DEPENDS ON YOUR OPINION
FLESH TONE: +4
MOTION LIGHTING: OFF

PICTURE OPTIONS

COLOR TONE: COOL
SIZE: 16 9
DIGITAL NOISE FILTER: AUTO
FILM MODE: AUTO
AUTO MOTION PLUS: CLEAR
LED MOTION PLUS : OFF

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