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Hi all. Just bought a 65f8000 after reading about it on this forum. Must say i love the TV. I compared it to the Sony W series and it wasn't even close.

I have a setup question. I want to connect my PS4 and a Pioneer receiver with minimal lag (gaming reasons) any good audio (5.1 at minimum). I'm thinking hook the PS4 to the TV via HDMI then use the ARC to send the audio back to the receiver.

1. Would this work? Never used arc before.
2. Would this be less laggy then going PS4>receiver>TV
3. What type of signal would I get from the TV?
4. Is there a better way to get minimal lag and good audio? HDMI splitter maybe? Toslink? Not sure about audio quality in either situation.

The reason I ask unsteady of experiment is because my TV is wall mounted with Samsung mounts and they are a PAIN IN THE ASSEMBLY

I know you guys will point me in the right direction. This is such a knowledgeable forum.

Thank you
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I have a similar question.

 

I bought the 65F8000, and have a Yamaha HTR-4065 AVR, with Dish DVR, Comcast/XFinity DVR, Blue-Ray, PlayStation, XBox, Wii sources. All are HDMI except for the Wii (component video).

 

My understanding is I will lose 5.1 encoding down over HDMI if I plug sources directly into the TV? I bought an optical cable in the hope that I could do that. I can't get ARC working, even though it is set correctly.

 

The AVR has only 4 HDMI inputs, and I also understand the game consoles should be connected directly to the panel - which would mean you could have different settings by input.

 

I'm working my way thru this thread but looking for advice on the best options here. I thought I would post in the HT forum, but need to understand what's best with *this* display.

 

Thanks!!

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That's my reasoning also. I'm not sure if ARC is different from TV to TV. I read one article that said it is 2 channel and another that did PCM. Not sure if it's different on various TVs.
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Hi all. Just bought a 65f8000 after reading about it on this forum. Must say i love the TV. I compared it to the Sony W series and it wasn't even close.

I have a setup question. I want to connect my PS4 and a Pioneer receiver with minimal lag (gaming reasons) any good audio. I'm thinking hook the PS4 to the TV via HDMI then use the ARC to send the audio back to the receiver.
1. Would this work? Never used arc before.
2. Would this be less laggy then going PS4>receiver>TV
3. What type of signal would I get from the TV?
4. Is there a better way to get minimal lag and good audio? HDMI splitter maybe? Toslink? Not sure about audio quality in either situation.

The reason I ask unsteady of experiment is because my TV is wall mounted with Samsung mounts and they are a PAIN IN THE ASSEMBLY

I know you guys will point me in the right direction. This is such a knowledgeable forum.

Thank you


Well I have my Denon AVR connected via HDMI directly to my TV then all the consoles connected with HDMI directly to the AVR I have 5 HDMI ports on my AVR. This seems to work flawlessly for me I dont notice any input lag in gaming or sound lag for movies or games but this could be different depending on your AVR. This seems to be the cleanest way to set things up IMO.
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Thank you for the reply and normally this is how i set things up also but I would have to assume that going through and device has to introduce more lag. This TV is known for its own issues with lag. If rather not compound the problem. Since switching TVs I've noticed in FPS online games a difference. It makes them almost unenjoyable.
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Thank you for the reply and normally this is how i set things up also but I would have to assume that going through and device has to introduce more lag. This TV is known for its own issues with lag. If rather not compound the problem. Since switching TVs I've noticed in FPS online games a difference. It makes them almost unenjoyable.

I have been playing BF4 on PS4 non stop and am primarily a sniper and have no problems at all. I notice no lag and I use this setup with high end Monster HDMI cables all 5 feet long and I dont even use PC or Game mode on the TV. Not sure if I am lucky or what but my games work flawlessly on my setup :-)
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hi guys

Did anybody get the Samsung extended warranty? wondering if it is a good deal or not. If they cover everything or not.

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Well, as I work my way thru this thread, I found this:

 

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I normally run Source > AVR > Display or Source > AVR > Processor > Display 
 

So there you go. I'll just need to use optical to send sound created in the unit down to the AVR..

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Hi All,

If i cannot enable Cal-Day and Cal-Night as i don't have a traditional remote for my 60f8000. To what Picture modes should i be applying Buzz's 3 calibrations (Cal Night, Cal Day and 3d)?
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Hi All,

If i cannot enable Cal-Day and Cal-Night as i don't have a traditional remote for my 60f8000. To what Picture modes should i be applying Buzz's 3 calibrations (Cal Night, Cal Day and 3d)?

 

Movie. Every other mode uses one of the auto-something features that ruins the picture.

 

See above, however - Samsung will send you the traditional remote.

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wOriWS

I have always been a plasma guy and really liked the ZT60 but the picture was a tad to dark for my liking unless you put it on vivid setting which totally crushed blacks and made everything look fake. I am loving the new F8000 and found my favorite picture setting to be Standard but with a few tweaks. First you must turn of the setting that auto dims the picutre depending on lighting conditions off, second turn auto motion plus to the clear setting, and last turn dynamic contrast to low.

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Movie. Every other mode uses one of the auto-something features that ruins the picture.

See above, however - Samsung will send you the traditional remote.
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thanx

where do i look above for Samsung sending me the traditional remote?
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thanx

where do i look above for Samsung sending me the traditional remote?

 

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1463286/official-samsung-unxxf8000-owners-thread/3660#post_24078226

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sucks - being in canada doesnt allow for it.

can i use a non-Samsung remote to get into the service menu
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I just purchased a 55F8000 this past weekend and I am deciding whether to keep it or not and getting the Sony W900 instead. For a day and a half I've been trying to adjust the color and started with the posted CNET settings.ttHh8k

Both the F8000 and W900A are remarkably similar in picture quality. I prefer the minimalist design and appeal of Samsung over the W900A personally. CNET's settings are very good night time settings for BluRay quality content (CNET correction: HDMI Black Level should be set to LOW because normal raises your black level unless you have a 24p cadence).

I strongly recommend trying my settings for your cable/sat box. I posted these on the previous page but I will repost them for you. These settings look fantastic with TV programming. The color accuracy of color temp warm2 will make your picture appear incredibly life-like.

Best Standard Mode (Daytime) settings:

Picture preset: Standard
Backlight 20
Contrast 100
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0 (20 max)
Color: 50
Tint: G50/G50
Picture size: Screen Fit
Dynamic Contrast Off
Black Tone Low (Helps hide dark tone compression artifacts)
Flesh Tone 0
Color space Auto
Gamma 0
Color tone Warm2
Digital Clean View Off
MPEG noise filter Off
HDMI Black level Low
Film Mode Auto2 (Best for deinterlacing set top box feeds)
Motion Plus On (LED Clear: On, Anti-Blur 10, Anti-Judder 0 or 1)
Smart LED Standard (I prefer High)
Cinema Black On

White Balance:
R-Offset 25
G-Offset 24
B-Offset 25
R-Gain 26
G-Gain 22
B-Gain 28



Best Movie Mode (Nighttime) settings:

Picture preset: Movie
Backlight 8
Contrast 92
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0 (20 max)
Color: 50
Tint: G50/G50
Picture size: Screen Fit
Dynamic Contrast Off
Black Tone Off (Backlight at 8 hides dark tone compression artifacts well enough)
Flesh Tone 0
Color space Auto
Gamma 0
Color tone Warm2
Digital Clean View Off
MPEG noise filter Off
HDMI Black level Low
Film Mode Auto2 (Best for deinterlacing set top box feeds)
Motion Plus On (LED Clear: On, Anti-Blur 10, Anti-Judder 0 or 1)
Smart LED Standard (I prefer High)
Cinema Black On

White Balance:
R-Offset 25
G-Offset 24
B-Offset 25
R-Gain 26
G-Gain 22
B-Gain 28
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sucks - being in canada doesnt allow for it.

can i use a non-Samsung remote to get into the service menu
Yes any universal remote that works with Samsung.

Ckksd try these settings to start:
Movie mode

Backlight: 10

Contrast: 94

Brightness: 45

Sharpness: 0

Color: 48

Tint: (G49/R51)

Advanced Settings

Dynamic Contrast: off

Black Tone: Off

Color Space

Red 44, 0, 4

Green 15, 52, 0

Blue 0, 8, 45

Yellow 54, 53, 0

Cyan 10, 50, 51

Magenta 43, 7, 43

White Balance

R-offset 25

G-offset 26

B-Offset 26

R-gain 16

G-gain 25

B-Gain 25

10P White Balance On

Interval

1- 0, -1, -3

2- 1, 0, -1

3- 2, 2, 0

4- 1, 2, 1

5- 2, 2, 0

6- 0, 0, 0

7- 0, 0, 0

8- -2, -2, -2

9- 0, 0, 0

10- 0, 0, 0

Gamma 0

Picture Options

Color Tone: Warm2

Digital Clean View: Off

MPEG Noise Filter: Off

HDMI Black Level: Low

Film Mode: Auto2 (only available when receiving interlaced signal)

Auto Motion Plus: Custom, Blur Reduction 10, 0 LED Clear Motion On

Smart LED: Standard

Cinema Black: On
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I have always been a plasma guy and really liked the ZT60 but the picture was a tad to dark for my liking unless you put it on vivid setting which totally crushed blacks and made everything look fake. I am loving the new F8000 and found my favorite picture setting to be Standard but with a few tweaks. First you must turn of the setting that auto dims the picutre depending on lighting conditions off, second turn auto motion plus to the clear setting, and last turn dynamic contrast to low.

This was copied exactly from my original post so I assume you feel the exact same way and did the exact same thing? What are the odds LOL
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adgrimes, where did you find those settings? I remember reading a Samsung enthusiast and calibrator claim that color luminance should always be at 50 and that tint should be 50/50. If you have to change these two settings then you've made an error in the color space or white balance. I've also read that gamma should always be 0 on a Samsung as well as HDMI black level set to low unless your input forces it to normal.
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adgrimes, where did you find those settings? I remember reading a Samsung enthusiast and calibrator claim that color luminance should always be at 50 and that tint should be 50/50. If you have to change these two settings then you've made an error in the color space or white balance. I've also read that gamma should always be 0 on a Samsung as well as HDMI black level set to low unless your input forces it to normal.

Pulled them from some of buzz's settings: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1463286/official-samsung-unxxf8000-owners-thread/90#post_23128714

He updated them though a little bit: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1463286/official-samsung-unxxf8000-owners-thread/300

I checked my settings, funny thing is I had it on low! Weird I'll change the settings post. Same with gamma, it was off. The tint after time he had adjusted to it to that. I even had a best buy calibrator come through and he kept the majority of the advanced settings the same as I had them from here. I didn't like some of what he did though so I went back to settings closer to buzz's.
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Cross posting from "Samsung F8000 -- 2013 Flagship Models", was not sure which board would hopefully answer this.

Just got my F8000 65" set up and it is connected to Direct TV. Question is how do I make the TV start up in 100% TV mode without having to "select" the TV frame in the App window? Now I turn on the TV with my Direct TV remote and DTV is a window within the app section. I then have to use the Samsung remote to select that window and then it fills the whole screen 100%. I have check settings, tools, everything and cant find how to do this.

Thanks for the help!
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Cross posting from "Samsung F8000 -- 2013 Flagship Models", was not sure which board would hopefully answer this.

Just got my F8000 65" set up and it is connected to Direct TV. Question is how do I make the TV start up in 100% TV mode without having to "select" the TV frame in the App window? Now I turn on the TV with my Direct TV remote and DTV is a window within the app section. I then have to use the Samsung remote to select that window and then it fills the whole screen 100%. I have check settings, tools, everything and cant find how to do this.

Thanks for the help!

I'm not positive but I think I just hit the Smart TV App button and it removed it because now everytime I power on the TV the whole screen is filled regardless if its Xbox One, Ps4 etc.
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There's a new firmware update 1116
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Thanks, tried that but did not work. After some more poking around the menus I found that Smart Features>On TV Settings>Auto Start, turn that off. That makes the TV turn on right to DTV with no App window.
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Thanks, tried that but did not work. After some more poking around the menus I found that Smart Features>On TV Settings>Auto Start, turn that off. That makes the TV turn on right to DTV with no App window.

Nice work and you know I do remember doing that now as well I just didnt realize that is what it did LOL.
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how do i connect my 8-year old samsung traditional remote (BN59-00599) to my new un60f8000?
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I wish there was a way to add new apps outside of the samsung app area..

I tried to find the apps for abc for instance so that I could watch "once upon a time" but no abc app is there when searching..

Also, no apps for premium movie channels that I have... for cinemax or showtime.. There is showtime preview but that doesn't give me showtime app.. For hbo go, it doesn't list my cable provider so can't add that as well.. for my ipad/iphone, it lists by cable provider so I am able to add but for the samsung one, it is not listed.

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Both the F8000 and W900A are remarkably similar in picture quality. I prefer the minimalist design and appeal of Samsung over the W900A personally. CNET's settings are very good night time settings for BluRay quality content (CNET correction: HDMI Black Level should be set to LOW because normal raises your black level unless you have a 24p cadence).

I strongly recommend trying my settings for your cable/sat box. I posted these on the previous page but I will repost them for you. These settings look fantastic with TV programming. The color accuracy of color temp warm2 will make your picture appear incredibly life-like.

Best Standard Mode (Daytime) settings:

Picture preset: Standard
Backlight 20
Contrast 100
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0 (20 max)
Color: 50
Tint: G50/G50
Picture size: Screen Fit
Dynamic Contrast Off
Black Tone Low (Helps hide dark tone compression artifacts)
Flesh Tone 0
Color space Auto
Gamma 0
Color tone Warm2
Digital Clean View Off
MPEG noise filter Off
HDMI Black level Low
Film Mode Auto2 (Best for deinterlacing set top box feeds)
Motion Plus On (LED Clear: On, Anti-Blur 10, Anti-Judder 0 or 1)
Smart LED Standard (I prefer High)
Cinema Black On

White Balance:
R-Offset 25
G-Offset 24
B-Offset 25
R-Gain 26
G-Gain 22
B-Gain 28



Best Movie Mode (Nighttime) settings:

Picture preset: Movie
Backlight 8
Contrast 92
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0 (20 max)
Color: 50
Tint: G50/G50
Picture size: Screen Fit
Dynamic Contrast Off
Black Tone Off (Backlight at 8 hides dark tone compression artifacts well enough)
Flesh Tone 0
Color space Auto
Gamma 0
Color tone Warm2
Digital Clean View Off
MPEG noise filter Off
HDMI Black level Low
Film Mode Auto2 (Best for deinterlacing set top box feeds)
Motion Plus On (LED Clear: On, Anti-Blur 10, Anti-Judder 0 or 1)
Smart LED Standard (I prefer High)
Cinema Black On

White Balance:
R-Offset 25
G-Offset 24
B-Offset 25
R-Gain 26
G-Gain 22
B-Gain 28


I cannot access HDMI Black level setting.. it is still gray and not available. What it is wrong?

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Hi everybody (especially 3d fans), can anyone share your caibrations for watching 3d ?
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