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post #5491 of 5497 Old 04-15-2015, 11:55 AM
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I know I'm in the wrong area but you guys will know the answer.

I'm thinking about putting my modem and router in separate rooms. I will need A 25' data cable to connect the two. Will I lose any performance with that long a distance ? Thanks
If you are talking about the network cable, then it will work fine, just make sure your cable is CAT5e or CAT6. I think the length limit is up to 100 feet.
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Length limit is 300' minus any patch cords!

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Thanks for that. Is anyone aware of a surge protector out there that Has a detachable power cord. I'm not sure if they even make one. Thanks
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Issue with new Samsung...
2 days ago from a local audio video store I picked up a display model of the Samsung UNF60F7100
The TV was purchased as is for $999 out the door including a tilt wall mount for it. I did not get the actual remote nor the stand. The remote does not include the button to bring up the smart apps.

The screen looked ok on the wall at the store. The following day I noticed spots in the picture as can be seen below.
You can see the spot in the ping area next to the right of the mans head in the first picture.
The 2nd picture has the spots above and to the right of the girls head.

Not sure what to do? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Has anybody seen this issue before?
I have a feeling the store will give me store credit but not return my money.
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Issue with new Samsung...
2 days ago from a local audio video store I picked up a display model of the Samsung UNF60F7100
The TV was purchased as is for $999 out the door including a tilt wall mount for it. I did not get the actual remote nor the stand. The remote does not include the button to bring up the smart apps.

The screen looked ok on the wall at the store. The following day I noticed spots in the picture as can be seen below.
You can see the spot in the ping area next to the right of the mans head in the first picture.
The 2nd picture has the spots above and to the right of the girls head.

Not sure what to do? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Has anybody seen this issue before?
I have a feeling the store will give me store credit but not return my money.
It's DSE effect. Dirt screen effect. Most led TVs have this if you look for it. Yours is bad tho. You can turn up the brightness of the screen to minimize it but there is no fix. You will really only notice this on green/grey screens but just by your pics it's pretty bad. If you really look for it tho.. Most TVs will have some sort of DSE somewhere. But some far worse then others..,
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It's DSE effect. Dirt screen effect. Most led TVs have this if you look for it. Yours is bad tho. You can turn up the brightness of the screen to minimize it but there is no fix. You will really only notice this on green/grey screens but just by your pics it's pretty bad. If you really look for it tho.. Most TVs will have some sort of DSE somewhere. But some far worse then others..,
Thank you, I returned the screen and got a 60" 7150!

Thanks again!

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