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Can anyone tell me what the main differences between these two sets will be? I am assuming the 2013 equivalent to the EH6000 is the F6300 since it looks like its 120hz and doesnt have 3D. Will the price range will be similar, and is an ETA of march a good guess for the release?

If it is coming out around march or so, i want to know if its features will be worth waiting for. I saw somewhere that the F series will use local dimming, but i dont know if that includes the lower end models as well. Costco has the eh6000 right now for about 1100 total including tax.

http://un65f8000.com/uploads/Samsug_2013_LED_Product_Guide.pdf
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Can anyone tell me what the main differences between these two sets will be? I am assuming the 2013 equivalent to the EH6000 is the F6300 since it looks like its 120hz and doesnt have 3D. Will the price range will be similar, and is an ETA of march a good guess for the release?

If it is coming out around march or so, i want to know if its features will be worth waiting for. I saw somewhere that the F series will use local dimming, but i dont know if that includes the lower end models as well. Costco has the eh6000 right now for about 1100 total including tax.

http://un65f8000.com/uploads/Samsug_2013_LED_Product_Guide.pdf

if in doubt, I'd wait to learn more about the new models before pulling the trigger on a EH series... the new 'slim LED' models (not to be confused with the new 'ultra slim LED' models) might be the 2013 equivalent of the EH series and seem to support higher refresh rates and more inputs
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Do you think it likely that the F6000 series will have local dimming or anything like that, or is that still out of reach for the mid range TVs?
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Do you think it likely that the F6000 series will have local dimming or anything like that, or is that still out of reach for the mid range TVs?

not likely as that is usually cost prohibitive but I honestly haven't read up on these new F series sets yet so who knows
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My understanding is that the F6300 is NOT local dimming, you have to step up to the F6400 series to get local dimming.
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"Costco has the eh6000 right now for about 1100 total including tax."

Bestbuy has the eh6000 (46") for $599.99 + sales tax

RE: local dimming-
Best I can figure from the various mfgr. hype, a full array back-lighting like the Samsung EH6000 series has, the dynamic contrast (user selectable) seems to fulfill that effect of local dimming. Hey, works fine for me.
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