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Thanks guys. I am in Canada, so I don't have that option. Just trying to find a setting to watch sports (baseball and hockey). I tried using dynamic mode for sports, but the colors and picture just don't seem right. I find that last years model (ES8000) had much better colors and pictures in the dynamic mode compared to the current years model F8000.

Does anybody have settings for sports, that makes the picture and color pop on this set. If so please post it or pm it to me. What settings are most of you guys using to watch sports. Under the "Movie" mode the sports picture looks dull and dim, but the colors are ok.

Are people using "Movie" mode only for watching movies, or also using the "Movie" mode for all of their TV viewings. Just looking for some opinions, so I can get best out of this set.

Thanks for all the help.

Please anybody can help me with Sports settings?
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Please anybody can help me with Sports settings?

You should probably rephrase your question to something less general. Like...

When I watch sports I'm having a problem with (insert issue here). What image settings should I change to help improve this situation?

Don't ever make the MISTAKE of buying a Samsung TV..
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normal on a two month old set..
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Angle viewing is not very good on LED TV's, period! That is the nature of LED TV. Plasma TV is great at Angle viewing on the other hand.

The issue with Plasma as you mentioned is the buzzing and for some sets the image retention. You have to pick your poison. No TV is perfect and all will have some type of issue that the end consumer has to live with. smile.gif

Thanks HPQ, flashlight effect and clouding are common issues with the F-8000 LED?
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Know all about Samsung F Series TV, some interesting info about the triple protection.

http://skp.samsungcsportal.com/integrated/popup/FaqDetailPopup3.jsp?seq=998493&cdsite=in&status=S
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Thanks HPQ, flashlight effect and clouding are common issues with the F-8000 LED?

Clouding for sure is but with various settings, you can minimize it greatly. Note you will see clouding to one degree or another on all edge lit tv. As for flash lighting, I don't have it but some have reported it. Again another item for edge lit led tv.

Best way to get away from all those negatives is to get full array led but they are expensive and not many manufacturers are making them due to the high costs and low demand due to the price tag.

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$2K is about my limit. I'll go with either the F8000 or F8500 from BB, if I don't like one I'll return it for the other..
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$2K is about my limit. I'll go with either the F8000 or F8500 from BB, if I don't like one I'll return it for the other..

Sounds like a great plan.

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Has any owners purchased a wireless headset? I would like to get one when others don't want to hear the speakers and I have been searching on amazon and came across "Sennheiser RS 170 Digital Wireless Headphone with Dynamic Bass and Surround Sound". Anybody get these or what brands have you guys purchased? I can plug the base into the headset input on the front of my NAD receiver and then walk away and listen via the headset. Any thoughts?

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My thoughts....NAD is good stuff and although I've never owned them, by reputation, it seems hard to go wrong with Sennheiser headphones.
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My thoughts....NAD is good stuff and although I've never owned them, by reputation, it seems hard to go wrong with Sennheiser headphones.

The reviews on the Sennheiser are very good on the amazon site. Will have to check it out. Thanks.

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I am wrestling with getting an F-8000 led or a F-8500 plasma. I have seen both at Best Buy and like the PQ of both, however my main concern is at what viewing angle does the picture degrade.

It's about 30 degrees total. 15 degrees to either side of center before it really starts to fall off.

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Has any owners purchased a wireless headset? I would like to get one when others don't want to hear the speakers and I have been searching on amazon and came across "Sennheiser RS 170 Digital Wireless Headphone with Dynamic Bass and Surround Sound". Anybody get these or what brands have you guys purchased? I can plug the base into the headset input on the front of my NAD receiver and then walk away and listen via the headset. Any thoughts?

I picked these exact ones up a few months back and have been very happy with them. I'm not sure how far you're going to be walking away but the range on mine is more or less 30 feet before it starts cutting in and out intermittently. I don't know how the heck they can say 260 ft. but there is a wall between me and them after 20 or so feet. My bedroom is something like 22' long so I rarely ever run in to it unless I'm leaving the room.  As with any headset if you have it loud enough others can hear but they're not an open pair so it's significantly less noise than the RS 180 for example. Still, at $200 it may be a little overkill but like I said I enjoy them a lot and can watch TV in the room at night again so they were definitely worth it for me!

 

I paid I think $190 for mine from Amazon so it's a bit more now but they do have a pair for $165 as Used -Very Good. I've had pretty good luck with Very Good or Like New items. 

 

Only real knock on them from what I read was they only offer a headset input. No optical, etc.. You had to buy the $400-$500 pair if you wanted that. For me I didn't really care as I just plugged them in to the headset jack. 

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I picked these exact ones up a few months back and have been very happy with them. I'm not sure how far you're going to be walking away but the range on mine is more or less 30 feet before it starts cutting in and out intermittently. I don't know how the heck they can say 260 ft. but there is a wall between me and them after 20 or so feet. My bedroom is something like 22' long so I rarely ever run in to it unless I'm leaving the room.  As with any headset if you have it loud enough others can hear but they're not an open pair so it's significantly less noise than the RS 180 for example. Still, at $200 it may be a little overkill but like I said I enjoy them a lot and can watch TV in the room at night again so they were definitely worth it for me!

I paid I think $190 for mine from Amazon so it's a bit more now but they do have a pair for $165 as Used -Very Good. I've had pretty good luck with Very Good or Like New items. 

Only real knock on them from what I read was they only offer a headset input. No optical, etc.. You had to buy the $400-$500 pair if you wanted that. For me I didn't really care as I just plugged them in to the headset jack. 

Thanks for the details. I have my NAD receiver in the back of my game room and the sofa is near the front facing the other side of the room (see my signature pic for more)... Luckily there is no wall inbetween. I just need something that I can use when the kids are sleeping so that I don't have to crack up the sound on the speakers.. smile.gif

The price is still kind of high. I will check it out during the thanksgiving holidays and/or xmas holidays. Glad to hear you enjoyed the headsets you got.

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99.% of my viewing is done via DVR's. I saw this at CNET's review. Under The Bad they did not elaborate or say why. I don't even know what them are referring to stating "cable box control scheme still inadequate for heavy DVR users" Well that's me...

Your opinions most welcome regarding the DVR comment under The Bad....

CNET Editors' Rating
4 stars Excellent

Updated on: Sep. 23, 2013

The Good The Samsung UNF8000 LED LCD TV delivers excellent picture quality with deep black levels, accurate color, effective video processing and a uniform screen; stunning minimalist design with hairline bezel and low-profile stealth stand; mind-boggling feature list with touch-pad remote, IR blaster with cable box control, four pairs of 3D glasses, motion and voice command, and the industry's most capable Smart TV platform.

The Bad Extremely expensive; wide stand; cable box control scheme still inadequate for heavy DVR users.

The Bottom Line The excellent yet expensive Samsung UNF8000 is a tour de force of LED LCD TV design, features, and picture quality.
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99.% of my viewing is done via DVR's. I saw this at CNET's review. Under The Bad they did not elaborate or say why. I don't even know what them are referring to stating "cable box control scheme still inadequate for heavy DVR users" Well that's me...

Your opinions most welcome regarding the DVR comment under The Bad....

CNET Editors' Rating
4 stars Excellent

Updated on: Sep. 23, 2013

The Good The Samsung UNF8000 LED LCD TV delivers excellent picture quality with deep black levels, accurate color, effective video processing and a uniform screen; stunning minimalist design with hairline bezel and low-profile stealth stand; mind-boggling feature list with touch-pad remote, IR blaster with cable box control, four pairs of 3D glasses, motion and voice command, and the industry's most capable Smart TV platform.

The Bad Extremely expensive; wide stand; cable box control scheme still inadequate for heavy DVR users.

The Bottom Line The excellent yet expensive Samsung UNF8000 is a tour de force of LED LCD TV design, features, and picture quality.

I read that as well, they were referring to using the Samsung smart remote to control your DVR, nothing PQ related. I don't mind using my cable remote to switch channels/control DVR, so it wasn't an issue for me.
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God this is still bothering me. I have a replacement TV which I can notice clouding on the boot screen. I rememeber on my first set that I was able to remove it somehow or maybe it just wasnt there.

 

Does anyone not see clouding/flashlighting when booting up? Even if you have boot up turned off you do see a black screen for a bit. 

 

I know this is dumb, but I'm just curious. 

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Hello again guys.

 

I would like to ask one question again...

 

Did anyone else maybe ever experienced that his F8000 just turned on by its self?

That's happening with my F8000, and it seems like it's random. It happened 4 times for now (today was the 4th time).

First I thought that I might be crazy because of looking too much in the PC, but also my brother and dad spotted it. It's really frightening, lol.

I'm wondering if the TV is crazy or maybe just too smart. :D

 

Ohh, and the other thing that I noticed is, that since the last update (I think I'm on 1118 now) I can't check for the updates anymore. The update option is greyish now, like I can't touch it anymore...

 

I would be really grateful if someone has any clues about that weird stuff.

 

P.S.: Sorry for my sloppy English.

 

Thanks!

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Hello again guys.

I would like to ask one question again...

Did anyone else maybe ever experienced that his F8000 just turned on by its self?
That's happening with my F8000, and it seems like it's random. It happened 4 times for now (today was the 4th time).
First I thought that I might be crazy because of looking too much in the PC, but also my brother and dad spotted it. It's really frightening, lol.
I'm wondering if the TV is crazy or maybe just too smart. biggrin.gif

Ohh, and the other thing that I noticed is, that since the last update (I think I'm on 1118 now) I can't check for the updates anymore. The update option is greyish now, like I can't touch it anymore...

I would be really grateful if someone has any clues about that weird stuff.

P.S.: Sorry for my sloppy English.

Thanks!

Most likely your updates is active and that is why it is restarting all the time. you can turn it off via the menu for auto update. So, turn it off. smile.gif

When you see the updates gray, that usually means the internet connection is not there. Are you using hard wire for internet or wi-fi?
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God this is still bothering me. I have a replacement TV which I can notice clouding on the boot screen. I rememeber on my first set that I was able to remove it somehow or maybe it just wasnt there.

Does anyone not see clouding/flashlighting when booting up? Even if you have boot up turned off you do see a black screen for a bit.

I know this is dumb, but I'm just curious.

I turned off the initial screen.

You can minimize the clouding/banding with backlight.

movie mode
backlight: 6 or 3 (this will depend on your liking)
contrast: 90
brightness: 45
sharpness: 0
color: 50
tint: 50/50
picture: screen fit
Advance mode:
dynamic contrast: off
black tone: off
flesh tone: 0
RGB only mode: off
color space: native
white balance: 23 23 25 16 25 27
gamma: 0
picture option: warm2
film: auto2
smart led: high
cinema black: on
auto motion plus: clear

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Most likely your updates is active and that is why it is restarting all the time. you can turn it off via the menu for auto update. So, turn it off. smile.gif

When you see the updates gray, that usually means the internet connection is not there. Are you using hard wire for internet or wi-fi?

 

Can you please point me out where I can turn that off? To be honest, I don't understand you well, what you mean. :o 

 

EDIT:

Don't know how, but the updates are not grey anymore, so that's ok. Hope this will help with turning on the TV automatically?

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menu: Support - Software Update - Auto Update (Turn this off).

pictures were taken by the iphone camera. Sorry for the poor images.

updates not gray means it found the internet connection. Sometimes when your tv is just turned on, it takes a while for it to find that internet connection.
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I turned off the initial screen.

You can minimize the clouding/banding with backlight.

movie mode
backlight: 6 or 3 (this will depend on your liking)
contrast: 90
brightness: 45
sharpness: 0
color: 50
tint: 50/50
picture: screen fit
Advance mode:
dynamic contrast: off
black tone: off
flesh tone: 0
RGB only mode: off
color space: native
white balance: 23 23 25 16 25 27
gamma: 0
picture option: warm2
film: auto2
smart led: high
cinema black: on
auto motion plus: clear

Clouding or backlight when you turn on your TV is normal and you can't control that reducing the backlight option . Mine has too . Do not pay attention to that enjoy your TV,. This is a LED TV and as such has Pros and Cons, . If you cant stand clouding just buy an LCD or a Full led TV. 

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Clouding or backlight when you turn on your TV is normal and you can't control that reducing the backlight option . Mine has too . Do not pay attention to that enjoy your TV,. This is a LED TV and as such has Pros and Cons, . If you cant stand clouding just buy an LCD or a Full led TV. 

I agree. The backlight is for regular viewing. smile.gif

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menu: Support - Software Update - Auto Update (Turn this off).

pictures were taken by the iphone camera. Sorry for the poor images.

updates not gray means it found the internet connection. Sometimes when your tv is just turned on, it takes a while for it to find that internet connection.

 

I have this set to Off. So I guess this isn't the reason for turning the TV on sometimes?

 

Hope you understand.

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Hello, Everyone

When I boot up my Samsung I get the picture in the top left corner and a bunch of media stuff on the bottom. I usually have to press enter to go full screen. Is there a way to go straight to full picture?
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When I boot up my Samsung I get the picture in the top left corner and a bunch of media stuff on the bottom. I usually have to press enter to go full screen. Is there a way to go straight to full picture?

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I have this set to Off. So I guess this isn't the reason for turning the TV on sometimes?

Hope you understand.

If the update is turned off and the tv turns off and on, then something else is set. maybe sleep timer?

If not, then it is a warranty issue then.

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If the update is turned off and the tv turns off and on, then something else is set. maybe sleep timer?

If not, then it is a warranty issue then.

The TV is only turning on automatically sometimes. Luckily it's not turning off.

Ufortunatelly I neither have any timers set On.
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The TV is only turning on automatically sometimes. Luckily it's not turning off.

Ufortunatelly I neither have any timers set On.
Switch off voice control I'm pretty sure that was doing it one mine. Now has anyone found a way to stop the TV switching off the STB when it is turned off? I want to use tr standard remapping of remote buttons to change channels etc using the IR blaster but my STB feeds several TVs so I want it on always. Help appreciated!
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