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I hear ya, man. I felt nervous too waiting for mine to arrive, knowing how inconsistent the panels can be.

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Has anyone had any experience with best buy delivery? If so, how was it? Did they help with unpacking? Did they allow you to turn on and inspect? Can they only stay for a specific time? Just curious. Thanks.

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Well, the order is in. Should be here next Wednesday along with my free Samsung HW-450 sound bar which surprisingly has pretty good reviews. I have returned two TVs now (f7100 and Sony w850a) and am hoping this tv is my answer. You think I would be more excited but I think I feel more nervous lol.

 

 

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Has anyone had any experience with best buy delivery? If so, how was it? Did they help with unpacking? Did they allow you to turn on and inspect? Can they only stay for a specific time? Just curious. Thanks.

I have not experienced BB delivery for a TV but replying since you bumped.  I picked mine up myself, being able to fit it, just, in the back of my Subaru Outback.

 

They may unpack it for you.  Anything more usually calls for white glove delivery.  I am sure they prefer to keep their stay to a minimum.  They may help you put it on a stand so you can plug it in, turn it on.  But that will take a little time as you have to attach the stand of the TV (four screws).  A $20 tip may help.  Maybe call or go into BB and ask about what the delivery will include.  I did buy a gas range from BB which was advertised as free delivery and haul away of my old stove.  They unpacked it, put in place hooked up the gas line and turned all the burners on to make sure they worked.

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5 Steps For A Better Looking TV Here is a link to a new CNET article and video that might help some with new TV's.
http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57618164-285/five-steps-for-a-better-looking-tv/
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5 Steps For A Better Looking TV Here is a link to a new CNET article and video that might help some with new TV's.
http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57618164-285/five-steps-for-a-better-looking-tv/

From that article I found this link for setting up a TV by eye.

 

http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-20058770-285/how-to-set-a-tv-up-by-eye/

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I have not experienced BB delivery for a TV but replying since you bumped.  I picked mine up myself, being able to fit it, just, in the back of my Subaru Outback.

They may unpack it for you.  Anything more usually calls for white glove delivery.  I am sure they prefer to keep their stay to a minimum.  They may help you put it on a stand so you can plug it in, turn it on.  But that will take a little time as you have to attach the stand of the TV (four screws).  A $20 tip may help.  Maybe call or go into BB and ask about what the delivery will include.  I did buy a gas range from BB which was advertised as free delivery and haul away of my old stove.  They unpacked it, put in place hooked up the gas line and turned all the burners on to make sure they worked.

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Has anyone had any experience with best buy delivery? If so, how was it? Did they help with unpacking? Did they allow you to turn on and inspect? Can they only stay for a specific time? Just curious. Thanks.

Best Buy delivered my 55-inch TV a few weeks ago. In my area, Best Buy contracts with another delivery service to deliver the TV. Two guys brought it into the house. (It was positioned vertically in the truck.) They unboxed it and asked if I wanted to keep the box. I said yes. They installed the stand and asked if I wanted them to plug in the connections. I told them I'd do it myself. They didn't wait for me to plug in everything, and I didn't expect them to. All in all, they seemed friendly and competent.
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Reviews for the Samsung keyboard are horrible, does it really not work in the different apps?
What about a basic computer keyboard?
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If you mean the VG-KBD2000, yeah, reviews are very mixed. I don't own it, but have read a lot of those reviews, and if you ignore the typical bogus dislikes, it seems it works quite well with the web browser, but not so well with many apps, which I don't think it claims to do. Maybe an owner will chime in here, but I think I'll be getting it. I'll post a report.
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Just ordered a 65f8000 from Crutchfield. Can't wait!

Got a slim mount, 2 extra sets of glasses, some 3d hdmi cables and some movies.

Wishing someone would chime in about the usefulness of the Samsung keyboard so I can decide if I want it or not.

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Just ordered a 65f8000 from Crutchfield. Can't wait!

Got a slim mount, 2 extra sets of glasses, some 3d hdmi cables and some movies.

Wishing someone would chime in about the usefulness of the Samsung keyboard so I can decide if I want it or not.

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congrats! I don't use any keyboard. For the time being I am using the remote. It is a pain, yes. have to move with the arrow keys.

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If you mean the VG-KBD2000, yeah, reviews are very mixed. I don't own it, but have read a lot of those reviews, and if you ignore the typical bogus dislikes, it seems it works quite well with the web browser, but not so well with many apps, which I don't think it claims to do. Maybe an owner will chime in here, but I think I'll be getting it. I'll post a report.

If you get one, please do a review. smile.gif

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i bought the Logitech K400 and it works well. Cheaper too ?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005DKZTMG/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1391729736&sr=8-1
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If you mean the VG-KBD2000, yeah, reviews are very mixed. I don't own it, but have read a lot of those reviews, and if you ignore the typical bogus dislikes, it seems it works quite well with the web browser, but not so well with many apps, which I don't think it claims to do. Maybe an owner will chime in here, but I think I'll be getting it. I'll post a report.

If you get one, please do a review. smile.gif

I want it mainly for Netflix searching etc and less for the browser. I don't see myself searching the Web much on the TV.

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i bought the Logitech K400 and it works well. Cheaper too ?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005DKZTMG/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1391729736&sr=8-1


Sweet. I already have that one. Does it work in the apps like Netflix etc?

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I'm watching my F8000 at backlight 3 like HPQ. It looks AMAZING. The colors are so much more vivid and the black melts into the dark room without the aid of bias ambient light. Fantastic! It's also incredibly easy on the eyes and after a few minutes the white actually is fairly bright. I just can't get over how much better the color looks thanks to the deeper black level not washing them out as much. Awesome! It does take time to get used to but the super deep black and brilliant colors is worth it even though the peak whites are much dimmer than what you're used to.

It's not for everyone but I'm going to experiment with it the next few nights. If you're just one person watching your F8000 at night and other family members' opinions don't matter, definitely try watching with backlight at 3 in a pitch black room. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how it looks and also taking comfort in knowing you're stressing your eyes considerably less.
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I'm watching my F8000 at backlight 3 like HPQ. It looks AMAZING. The colors are so much more vivid and the black melts into the dark room without the aid of bias ambient light. Fantastic! It's also incredibly easy on the eyes and after a few minutes the white actually is fairly bright. I just can't get over how much better the color looks thanks to the deeper black level not washing them out as much. Awesome! It does take time to get used to but the super deep black and brilliant colors is worth it even though the peak whites are much dimmer than what you're used to.

It's not for everyone but I'm going to experiment with it the next few nights. If you're just one person watching your F8000 at night and other family members' opinions don't matter, definitely try watching with backlight at 3 in a pitch black room. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how it looks and also taking comfort in knowing you're stressing your eyes considerably less.

I do watch it in a dark room. All lights are off and the detail is amazing. smile.gif

I believe someone posted a link where we can put our room pictures, right? Maybe we should put pics there so that others can see the "room" whereby they can see what other factors "play" into the settings so to speak?

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I'm watching my F8000 at backlight 3 like HPQ. It looks AMAZING. The colors are so much more vivid and the black melts into the dark room without the aid of bias ambient light. Fantastic! It's also incredibly easy on the eyes and after a few minutes the white actually is fairly bright. I just can't get over how much better the color looks thanks to the deeper black level not washing them out as much. Awesome! It does take time to get used to but the super deep black and brilliant colors is worth it even though the peak whites are much dimmer than what you're used to.

It's not for everyone but I'm going to experiment with it the next few nights. If you're just one person watching your F8000 at night and other family members' opinions don't matter, definitely try watching with backlight at 3 in a pitch black room. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at how it looks and also taking comfort in knowing you're stressing your eyes considerably less.

Surprising to hear from Mr. 20 BL during the day  LOL  Brilliant colors though.  I guess I would think deeper, but not so brilliant as with a little higher BL.

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It seems perfectly logical that the best picture with the best pop would be in a totally darkened room, but if you haven't given bias lighting a try, you should. That right amount of 6500k light, about 10% of a full white screen, from the rear does somehow make the display look better. It's hard to explain, but to my eyes, it actually appears to be more dynamic and have even more pop. Just don't over do it. I'm using a pair of Cinema Quest Ideal-Lume lights. http://www.cinemaquestinc.com/blb.htm They're not cheap, so it's a costly risk, although some people say they're using a string of white rope lights and see an improvement - a relatively cheap way to try it out.
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Here's my setup for my 65F8000. All my sources go through my Pioneer Elite and one HDMI output to the 65F8000. One main home Theater Zone and 2 additional audio zones. All controlled with my Harmony One.




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I used the movie settings from DRN94 in post #3892 & my images on all sources are spectacular.

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It seems perfectly logical that the best picture with the best pop would be in a totally darkened room, but if you haven't given bias lighting a try, you should. That right amount of 6500k light, about 10% of a full white screen, from the rear does somehow make the display look better. It's hard to explain, but to my eyes, it actually appears to be more dynamic and have even more pop. Just don't over do it. I'm using a pair of Cinema Quest Ideal-Lume lights. http://www.cinemaquestinc.com/blb.htm They're not cheap, so it's a costly risk, although some people say they're using a string of white rope lights and see an improvement - a relatively cheap demo.

I use the same panel light - been using it for years. I only have 1 of the 2 lights connected and I have it almost on the dimmest setting (using the provided black filter in the rotating tube). Very subtle effect but seems perfect. I've tried it brighter, but found that I preferred it to be quite dim instead with just a hint of backlighting.
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Here's my setup for my 65F8000. All my sources go through my Pioneer Elite and one HDMI output to the 65F8000. One main home Theater Zone and 2 additional audio zones. All controlled with my Harmony One.




http://imageshack.com/a/img600/4498/795d.jpg



I used the movie settings from DRN94 in post #3734 & my images on all sources are spectacular.

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wow. I really like how you put everything down. I don't even know where to start! lol..

Very nice!

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well I have the famous Chad coming in mid march to do a fill ISF on my 65F. will certainly report back once completed.... come on March !!!
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I've noticed that when I use my UN60F8000 HBO GO app that the playback is frequently interrupted for buffering. I don't have this problem when accessing HBO GO over the internet from my laptop. Is this due to the fact that the TV does not have memory (or sufficient memory) for buffering enough of the content to keep it ahead of the playback? Can I expect that this buffering issue will be a problem for other apps such as Netflix that I access from the TV's Smart Hub? My home WiFi uses 802.11n and accesses the internet via my Time Warner Cable Extreme service so download speed shouldn't be an issue.

 

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Hi, anyone noticing sound lag on their TV? I've got a UN55F800. I know you can set the delay on the Digital Audio setting and I've set my to "0" but I can still notice a lag in sound. It's not just from when I'm watching regular TV, it's noticeable on Netflix too. Any ideas how to remedy this?
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I've noticed that when I use my UN60F8000 HBO GO app that the playback is frequently interrupted for buffering. I don't have this problem when accessing HBO GO over the internet from my laptop. Is this due to the fact that the TV does not have memory (or sufficient memory) for buffering enough of the content to keep it ahead of the playback? Can I expect that this buffering issue will be a problem for other apps such as Netflix that I access from the TV's Smart Hub? My home WiFi uses 802.11n and accesses the internet via my Time Warner Cable Extreme service so download speed shouldn't be an issue.

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I don't use the HBO app but a few others I used and I have no lag. I don't have wi fi setup for the tv thou. I have it hard wired with a CAT6 cable from my router to the tv.. I always heard it was better to hardwire instead of use wi fi to get better signal.

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Hi, anyone noticing sound lag on their TV? I've got a UN55F800. I know you can set the delay on the Digital Audio setting and I've set my to "0" but I can still notice a lag in sound. It's not just from when I'm watching regular TV, it's noticeable on Netflix too. Any ideas how to remedy this?

I don't have sound lag from watching content on the TV (stations or apps).. I did have lag when watching movies from my oppo. I had to move the number up (20ms) in the oppo menu.

Are you using a A/V receiver? Where is your source? Sat/Cab? I use antenna.

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Hi, anyone noticing sound lag on their TV? I've got a UN55F800. I know you can set the delay on the Digital Audio setting and I've set my to "0" but I can still notice a lag in sound. It's not just from when I'm watching regular TV, it's noticeable on Netflix too. Any ideas how to remedy this?

I've had to delay the audio in all my sources by 40 ms. You likely need to make a similar adjustment with your AVR.

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Here's my setup for my 65F8000. All my sources go through my Pioneer Elite and one HDMI output to the 65F8000. One main home Theater Zone and 2 additional audio zones. All controlled with my Harmony One.




http://imageshack.com/a/img600/4498/795d.jpg



I used the movie settings from DRN94 in post #3734 & my images on all sources are spectacular.

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3734 is from someone else? are you sure of the post #
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I had the geek squad do the delivery and install.  They did as contracted, unpacked, put together, connected it to cable box, amplifier, blue ray, demonstrated 3D and showed me some of the menus .

 

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