Im on my 4th set. First 3 were a TS01. Current set is a TH02 with a Mar 31 2014 manufacturing date, but I haven't powered it on yet.
I know this is an old post....
But I just got around to trying to rename Inputs today. But is there any way to type-in whatever name you want? This dropdown list of names doesn't include some obvious choices.. like "DVR"
Yep, I've seen the same thing with striped ties as you mentioned and vertical blinds, etc. I don't recall for sure what setting resolved it, but I think it was AMP.
That's in the service menu stuff right? I'm way too afraid of bricking or making things worse. I do plan on having it cal. once I break it in. But I'm happy to hear it is a solvable problem.
****. :-\ was hoping it was something I could fix. Is this more common in edge lit? Cuz my full array didn't seem to suffer from this.
Of course you did! lol
I cant find this calibration disc someone mentioned earlier. I ordered a UN65F8000 off Amazon which directly gets it from Samsung just like Best Buy, I suppose.
So is there some sort of software to calibrate it?
The kind of backlighting shouldn't make a difference regarding the production of moire patterns. However, a sharper image may make the moire pattern more noticeable. It's possible that you're seeing more detail in the image produced by the F8000 compared to your previous TV. If you've increased the sharpness setting on the F8000, try lowering it to zero. It's also possible that moire becomes more noticeable by going to a larger display with the same number of pixels, but I'm sure that TV manufacturers have addressed this to some extent since TVs have become so large. The opposite is true also. For example, in a digital camera, increasing the number of pixels on a sensor, but keeping the same sensor size, reduces the moire effect. Most digital cameras also have anti-aliasing filters that soften the moire effect, at the cost of losing some detail in the image. it's always a trade-off.
Ok, thanks. The sharpness is only at 10 but I'll zero it. For reference sake the previous set was a XBR-HX950
Yep... Now I feel stupid. lol I've played with it and CLEAR isn't to bad. No real noticeable soap opera effect. But I only use that for 3D. The rest of the time its off. Messing around I found that turning the MPEG Noise Filter to auto help a bit with "flickering objects" Sharpness is back to 10 as zeroing that made faces too soft, for me anyway.
Do F8000 LCD's have this issue also ?
I'm staring to consider going LCD route (never had one) because of the annoying sound.
i went through a few plasmas - two panasonic and finally the F8500... LOVED the image quality, especially on the 8500 (my room is pretty bright) but couldn't tolerate the buzzing. just last week i picked up an F8000 - fantastic set. buzzing is not an issue with LED's and the picture, while perhaps not the equal of the 8500 off axis or for fast motion, is REALLY good. i'm extremely pleased with the move the to F8000.
Is the buzzing not from the power supply or transformer rather than the panel it self? I had an old Vizo 52" that buzzed and they replaced the main board and some other board maybe power related and the buzzing stopped.
What do you mean? I just ordered a 65 inch from Amazon and I live in Chicago so it seems to be coming from IN. Whats wrong with them?
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