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Greetings all, long time lurker since forgetting my old login formation for my old account used back in 2006 when I was trying to find my first HD TV and settled on a Sony KDF-E502000.

Anyway, flash forward to today and I'm looking at upgrading my TV to finally enjoy 1080p content on my soon to be Blue Player, Xbox 360 and upcoming PS4 or XBOX 720. My research today has led me to find a new TV model series just being launched by Samsung and the models just starting to hit the showroom floors. Samsung calls it the "6350" Series and seeings how its looking I may very well end up purchasing one, I decided to start an owners thread for it.


http://www.samsung.com/us/video/tvs/UN65F6350AFXZA








Features:


Smart TV
The Samsung Smart TV finds the movies and TV shows you like – and more.


S-Recommendation
Ask the TV for recommendations while you’re watching TV or visit the full S-Recommendation hub to find new things to watch.

Dual Core Processor
Dual Core makes multitasking fast. Browse the web and quickly download apps with Dual Core Processor.

Clear Motion Rate 240
A Clear Motion Rate of 240 is a remarkable level of motion-clarity. TVs with this CMR can display action-packed movement with in-depth sharpness, clarity and contrast. Clear Motion Rate was developed to accurately measure how well an LCD or LED TV can depict fast moving images. Previously, motion-clarity was calculated by the frame refresh rate alone. But CMR offers a more complete measure by calculating 3 factors: frame refresh rate, image processor speed and backlight technology.


Wide Color Enhancer Plus

Enhances hues by expanding the color range for a more vivid experience especially beneficial when watching older film productions and non high definition content.
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4 HDMI Connections

High-quality single-cable digital audio/video interface for connecting the TV to a digital cable box, satellite box, DVD & Blu-ray Player, PC computers, PC portable devices, new-generation tablets, and devices featuring the HDMI output.


Built-in WiFi
With WiFi built right into the TV, no additional equipment is needed to connect with an existing wireless router in your home network and start browsing the web, accessing Samsung Apps or other Smart TV features.
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AllShare
Allows your TV to wirelessly access and stream content from any compatible device, like a PC or mobile device. Share movies, photos, and music all through your TV. And with cloud technology, you can access and even share content away from home.


Eco Sensor
Samsung Eco Sensor measures the intensity of the light in the room and automatically adjusts the brightness of the image on the TV, for more intelligent energy management.

Swivel Stand
Set up your Samsung TV perfectly with the built-in swivel stand. Samsung Swivel stands allow you to turn your TV up to 10 degrees to the left or right to ensure you have a direct view of the TV no matter where you’re sitting in the room.




From what i've been able to gather in my research tonight, it seems the 6350 series has a few "upgrades" from the older 6000 series models, namely:

Dual Core CPU
Smart TV
Included Wi-Fi

Upgrades from all the other Samsung model appears to be the 4 HDMI ports vs 3 from the 2012 models.

Whats interesting is I found a new 60" model at my local Costco today while the website link only states a 40'' and a 65" model. The 6350 series are also appear to be NON 3D are BACK LED lit. Correct me if you see anything wrong in my information, im just stating what i've found so far in my research in trying to compare Samsungs models which is REALLY FRUSTRATING no thanks to their terrible website layout.


Pics from my Costco research and window wishing run.

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I was looking at this 60" today as well. Seems a good price. I turned the corner and saw the new 65F6350 though! biggrin.gif I would be coming from a Sony Bravia 55" if I went with either of these 2. The 55" seems tiny in our living room.

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I guess maybe the F6350 is a club version for Costco and Sam's. So is there also an F6300 or similar model at Best Buy and the other big box stores?
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Why did you erase the price?
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I guess maybe the F6350 is a club version for Costco and Sam's. So is there also an F6300 or similar model at Best Buy and the other big box stores?

And this particular model is not on Samsungs web site. Don't think I missed it. Both the 60" and 65" had mfg. dates of March 2013. I guess no price talk allowed? PM me if you want me to tell you prices.

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I was also trying to find info on this TV today. Saw it at a Costco in Memphis.
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Any more information on this model from other peeps or reviews? This may be the TV I purchase to last me several years for gaming on PS4 and or XBOX 720 and I think i'll pass on Sharps because of their gaming input lag.
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I bought the 55" version of this last weekend. I had previously purchased a Vizio 55" that looked like absolute crap so I returned it (thanks Costco for your 90 day return). And so far I love it.

The apps are awesome and you can even download additional apps so if you want to run Plex or other streaming apps you can do that. The built in media streaming app lets me stream from an SMB share and has support for .MKV files.

I'm still tweaking it but so for it's better than the Vizio and LG's that I had before.

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I bought the 55" version of this last weekend. I had previously purchased a Vizio 55" that looked like absolute crap so I returned it (thanks Costco for your 90 day return). And so far I love it.

hows the viewing angle? does it wash out pretty quickly as move off center? it seemed better than average when i saw it at costco.
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I bought the 55" version of this last weekend. I had previously purchased a Vizio 55" that looked like absolute crap so I returned it (thanks Costco for your 90 day return). And so far I love it.

The apps are awesome and you can even download additional apps so if you want to run Plex or other streaming apps you can do that. The built in media streaming app lets me stream from an SMB share and has support for .MKV files.

I'm still tweaking it but so for it's better than the Vizio and LG's that I had before.


Good to hear. Im guess you don't do any console gaming? How are the black levels and lighting eveness?
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hows the viewing angle? does it wash out pretty quickly as move off center? it seemed better than average when i saw it at costco.

Viewing angle is much better than the Vizio (and LG before that). Viewing angle was one of the reasons I returned the other 2 sets. IMO it is better than most TV's I've looked at in this price range. Our TV room setup has seats on either side of the TV so this was an important factor in my decision.

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Good to hear. Im guess you don't do any console gaming? How are the black levels and lighting eveness?

We play a fair bit of XBOX 360 on this set. So far I think its awesome, great color and very smooth. As I said before, I'm still tweaking it and looking for someone out there that has some "best practices" settings.

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Would calibration settings be the same for the F6300 & F6350 ?

(For when people start posting their settings)
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Just ordered the 65F6300 from Samsung as a replacement for my DLP that was covered under the capacitor settlement. Didn't need 3D so went with the 6300 series. Wish there was more info out there but I'm just really tired of doing all this research on TVs and just pulled the trigger.
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Just picked up the 65" from Costco.

Standard mode looks pretty good but faces seem very orange on certain shows. For instance watched "Troy" the movie and this setting looked great. Then watched the news in HD and didn't look so hot.

However, in Movie mode the picture looks dull to me, blacks become grey, etc.

My wife wants me to digest the pic for awhile before running out to the Geek Squad for calibration. I haven't tweaked any settings and am looking forward to someone posting theirs. Every other TV I've bought I've been able to find the calibration settings online somewhere and copy them. Not this TV although I do realize its a new model.

Having said all that, has anyone dialed in their picture and able to post the settings?

Thanks in advance.
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Was also considering this set. How is the glare? Would you see 1550 as a fair price for the 60" model?
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1,550 is a great price. No annoying glare that I can see and I have this TV in a room with lots of light. Anyone else ave those picture settings yet?
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My 65F6300 is here!!! Got vacation so I could have the day to myself. So far so good. No flashlighting and generally good uniformity. Still trying to figure out exactly how to calibrate it. A lot more to it than just contrast/brightness/color/tint on these newer tvs.
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I also picked up this TV last night and am happy with it so far (i.e. no dead pixels like the previous two Samsung 65" I purchased). I do like the fact that it has an IR extender that plugs into the back of it, although the apps are fairly slow to load initially.

Also, for the Skype app you have to use a specific Samsung camera for the TV; I have a Microsoft USB camera that isn't recognized unfortunately.

I didn't recognize the panel version (I think it's an MS01?), but the picture quality is nice and vibrant. I'll be calibrating it tonight and am also interested in hearing what settings others have found work well!
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Picked this TV up a few days ago. So far happy with it. Very little glare. I have three floor to ceiling windows with no shades behind the seating area and very little issues with glare in the daylights. No Calibration yet.
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Just picked up the 65" from Costco.

Standard mode looks pretty good but faces seem very orange on certain shows. For instance watched "Troy" the movie and this setting looked great. Then watched the news in HD and didn't look so hot.

However, in Movie mode the picture looks dull to me, blacks become grey, etc.

My wife wants me to digest the pic for awhile before running out to the Geek Squad for calibration. I haven't tweaked any settings and am looking forward to someone posting theirs. Every other TV I've bought I've been able to find the calibration settings online somewhere and copy them. Not this TV although I do realize its a new model.

Having said all that, has anyone dialed in their picture and able to post the settings?

Thanks in advance.

I recently bought the previous 6150 version (50") from Costco and think flesh tones have an orange cast, especially in darker scenes. I realize these are different model numbers, but the 6350 replaces the 6150 & I would not think there would be a lot of difference. I have seen other comments about Samsung's orange skin tones & I started a thread in an effort to find a way to adjust it. But so far no luck.

Glare is relative. I did not think it was so bad - until I got it home & compared it to my old Sony which has a nice flat matte screen. Samsung is pretty typical of glare with TVs having semi-matte screens. Sharp seems the best in this regard as I do not like reflections. But that is a personal preference.

I hope the 6350 is easier to correct the orange cast as I'll probably be returning the 6150.
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Could anyone advise if there is a compelling reason to pay $200 between this year's new model vs the 6150. I know in technology, you're outdated the moment you leave the showroom. However in this case I'm just within the exchange window. Can't say I use the current smart tv (but perhaps of its current clunky state). Is that the only major change? If things were ideal I would love to figure out how to stream downloaded content from my laptop or old hp media smart server to the tv through the gui. But is that worth $200? Any insight on this would be much appreciated.

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I can't advise you directly on those two models, but I CAN tell you that I had an ES6500 last year and just bought an F6400 (the 2013 replacement), and it was definitely worth $200. The Dual Core Processor makes Smart Hub apps and web browser actually useable, and the horrible flashlighting and clouding are gone. Your laptop and HP will automatically and wirelessly detect your TV as soon as you put it on your network, and ask if you want to stream to it.
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The 6350 is the Sam's Club/Costco version of the F6300. Its basically the same as the F6400 but without 3D and Micro Dimming, and with a 240 CMR (120Hz) instead of 480. It also doesn't have the 6400's Smart Touch Remote w/voice recognition, and Bluetooth and wireless "SoundShare" for other devices. As far as I can tell the F6350 is the same as the F6300.

On the F6400, black levels seem about the same as last year's ES6500, but lighting uniformity is vastly improved. Viewing angles are about the same as every other PVA/MVA I've ever seen, meaning not very good. It still looks OK from the side, but you can definitely see the contrast shift. I've never owned the top-of-the-line 7 or 8 Series, but as far as I know its just a limitation of *VA panels.
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One more thing. I too was comparing the Samsung F6400/F6300 to the three 55" Vizios. Only one of the Vizios has 3D, and of the other two, one has a pathetic 200,000:1 contrast ratio. All three claim "120 Hz Effective" refresh rate, meaning 60Hz with SmoothMotion or whatever. I saw them all side-by-side with the lower end Samsung 5 series, and the Samsungs blew them away.

I really wanted one of the Vizios because 1) the best one is $500 less than the F6400, 2) I prefer passive to active 3D, and 3) I was hoping they were IPS panels and would have a better viewing angle. While they might be IPS (listed as 178-degree viewing angles), they just don't look like the Samsungs (contrast, color, etc.). The upcoming M Series might be better, but until then, the Vizios are $500 less than a comparable Samsung for a good reason.
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I just picked up a 55 in 6350 last night. I bought the big Samsung sound bar as well. I was really disappointed that I couldn't operate the sound bar volume with the TV remote. It will turn off with it, but won't turn on with it. The sound bar appears to look for the TV, but the TV isn't doing the same. Picture-wise, it's great. I do notice some splotches when the screen is blank black, but not noticeable to me at least when it's showing video. The smart feature is meager to me. It starts with channel 1 and I watch the HD channels up near 1005 on the cable box and it takes a while to scroll there. I can program favorites, but when you go back to the Smart screen, it doesn't pick up with the channel you are on. It goes back to channel 1. Maybe I just need to fiddle with it. I found using the old STB guide easier. You tube looked great on it and streamed flawlessly on the wireless.
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Supposedly the 2013 Samsung soundbars are supposed to be integrated to work with 2013 F series Samsung TV remotes. Be sure you have an F series soundbar. The Samsung C series soundbar worked with all Samsung products, but D and E series did not.
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Just waiting for this TV to arrive in the mail. Has anyone who owns this TV found some good default settings for the television that they can post?

I certainly dont know enough about the settings to tweak every little detail, but if someone could post some default settings that they had success with it would help a lot.

I don't frequent this site too often, but is this something I might find here? Any help? biggrin.gif
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I just picked up a 55 in 6350 last night. I bought the big Samsung sound bar as well. I was really disappointed that I couldn't operate the sound bar volume with the TV remote. It will turn off with it, but won't turn on with it. The sound bar appears to look for the TV, but the TV isn't doing the same. Picture-wise, it's great. I do notice some splotches when the screen is blank black, but not noticeable to me at least when it's showing video. The smart feature is meager to me. It starts with channel 1 and I watch the HD channels up near 1005 on the cable box and it takes a while to scroll there. I can program favorites, but when you go back to the Smart screen, it doesn't pick up with the channel you are on. It goes back to channel 1. Maybe I just need to fiddle with it. I found using the old STB guide easier. You tube looked great on it and streamed flawlessly on the wireless.

Which sound bar?

The fine print on the HW-F450 (or the Costco HW-FM45C) says the automatic "Smart On" feature only works with F6400 TVs or higher...meaning the next model up from the F6350.

However, the HW-F450 also comes with an "Air Track On" button that should allow it to turn on with an F6350 via HDMI or Bluetooth as long as you turned "AirTrack On" to ON. If you left it at default OFF, it won't come on with the TV unless you're using a digital optical cable.

The Samsung Smart Touch Remote definitely does control the sound bar volume and other features, but again, it only comes with an F6400 or higher. F6350 comes with the standard Universal Remote...which I'm pretty sure WILL control at least the volume. Just make sure Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) is on on both TV and sound bar, and then turn on Air Track On.
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Hi everyone, just wanted to chim in on my initial thoughts and opinions of this TV. I went with the 6350 from Costco as I don't care for 3D and wanted the 90 day return policy to test out this TV. I first viewed it at BB and it lookes gorgeous and I had them check their stock and all they had was the "HS01" panels which would be a Sharp panel. I passed on these and the next day went to costco. I check 2 different stores and moved around 20 or so boxes on the floor and they were all Sharp panels which left me a little dissapointed.

I then checked the higher end Sammy models out of curiosity and they too were Sharp panels! I finally found some 55" 7000 series sammy tvs that had Samsung panels.

Well I took a chance and bought the 6350 and set it up and overall I'd say it is OK. I still need to play with the settings but I did notice at the initial set up screen where its a very light blue there seems to be lines running across the screen. Does anyone know what causes this? I will most likely be exchanging Tv for another and seeing if its the same thing.

Also can anyone confirm if they have received an actual samsung panel because I'm thinking on these lower end models they will all be Sharp. Im honestly a little dissapointed as the picture on my $979 60" Vizio I bought last year was pretty good compared with this set but I had some bad audio lip synching issues with it and the wife wanted something else. I do need to get these picture settings dialed in first to really see what this TV is capable of.

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