Originally Posted by morbidz
I'd like to expand on that, which settings do people use that don't make viewers think they are using fogged up glasses while in "movie" mode
I posted my settings earlier - they're based on Buzzard's settings, and they look spectacular! Way, way better than my ES7500 looked last year. I was never happy with the color last year. I was always fiddling with it trying to make the color better. This set with Buzzard's settings and my tweaks looks phenomenal. I haven't touched the color settings in like 2 months.
Originally Posted by jedi29
Hi Eagle ,
I did find the 3D stuff on YouTube , but a weird thing is happening , I have the YouTube app on my F8000 , works fine, stuff I subscribe to on my computer syncs with the YouTube app on my F8000.
So , after you had mentioned about YT 3D , I went to YT and subscribed to the YT 3D , and it is within the F8000 app , but when I go to that section of the YT app with my F8000 , if says there are no videos.
I have no idea what is going on , do you ?
Thanks for any help you can be.
No idea on that one. I never went to Youtube with the tv directly. I always just download the Youtube videos and then play them in my media player. Beats the hell out of trying to stream from Youtube, which is always frustrating.
Originally Posted by GR1MM
Does anyone know what this update did?
I'm not even sure Samsung
knows what their updates do. I'm pretty sure they don't.
Originally Posted by morbidz
register your TV online and Samsung will send you the "dumb" remote for free
it is. It doesn't even have a 3D button.
Thanks for the link. According to them, "Yes, the photo you showed me looked like you had an overhead light shining directly onto it, and the bezel reflected some light and the anti-glare dispersed the light into a rainbow."
. I guess it's normal and a by-product of the coating?
Originally Posted by Lewis. S
I took delivery of my UN75F8000AFXZA yesterday.
I updated the firmware and started taking the TV through its paces
I have noticed a potentially significant flaw. While watching 1080p content on both Cable and Bluray through both the HDMI 1 and HDMI 2 ports there is slight stuttering as the pictures switches scenes.
I switched between a few different modes and it did not help.
The stuttering did NOT occur while watching Netflix content or low resolution content.
Has anyone had this issue?
I will play around with it some more today and post results.
If you were watching cable or satellite, yeah, stuttering can be an issue. Mine was doing that badly and I discovered finally I had to unplug the FiOS box and plug it back in - for whatever reason that was causing tons of bad stutter with my set. I still see it happens sometimes, and with Auto Motion Plus activated on the tv, the stutter is very bad. It's been discussed quite a bit and it's been happening for years with Samsung sets. I have seen that stutter 3 years in a row with their sets. If it was happening with blu-ray too, then I'll bet it was your auto motion plus. That tends to cause stutter unless it's either turned off completely or set to "clear". Any other setting tends to cause stutter, which can range from mild to severe.