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post #2431 of 4564 Old 07-01-2014, 11:07 AM
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My hu9000 is simply the best damn thing ever.

Put on the dark knight. Just cannot tell you what was there.

Now I'm coming from an f8000.

I mean I have never. Ever.

Beautiful.

Panasonic bdt360 bluray player. Set at 1080p. NOT 4k upscale. Let the tv show you why you bought it.

This will make the Samsung commercial really happen for you.

It's perfect.


I couldn't agree more. The picture is stunning, the curve does add depth and I haven't seen a better picture for the dollars on anything. I waited a while to purchase the 9000 and am very satisfied with my decision. These forums are to explore functionality, experiences and coach each other. I think many mis-interpret the comments as negativity (which there is some) as opposed to objectivity. One can find "fault" with anything if they look hard enough with prejudice.


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I couldn't agree more. The picture is stunning, the curve does add depth and I haven't seen a better picture for the dollars on anything. I waited a while to purchase the 9000 and am very satisfied with my decision. These forums are to explore functionality, experiences and coach each other. I think many mis-interpret the comments as negativity (which there is some) as opposed to objectivity. One can find "fault" with anything if they look hard enough with prejudice.


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Sorry if this has been answered but I'm not sure i know what search phrase to to use to get the answer....

Does the source selection have discrete codes or does it only scroll through the available sources like my older Samsung and Sony? Scrolling only makes macros very difficult because the number of times you have to "press" source can be variable.
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Sorry if this has been answered but I'm not sure i know what search phrase to to use to get the answer....

Does the source selection have discrete codes or does it only scroll through the available sources like my older Samsung and Sony? Scrolling only makes macros very difficult because the number of times you have to "press" source can be variable.
I use discrete codes for inputs on a JP1 remote for a 8550.
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So if I buy a TV from you I'm considered by Samsung to be the first owner (for warranty purposes)? I'm just curious, I don't understand the nuances of authorization!
Absolutely, no question on that.

People have been getting confused about authorization for years on here..........
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My UN75HU8550 just came in earlier than expected, so I returned the loaner 65" 8550 and got the 75 up on the wall. At a 12' eyeball to screen distance, the extra size works just about right for me. So far, this panel appears to be as good as the 65" was. No noticeable flash-lighting or clouding. Impressive for an edge lit set. I might keep this one. haha
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My UN75HU8550 just came in earlier than expected, so I returned the loaner 65" 8550 and got the 75 up on the wall. At a 12' eyeball to screen distance, the extra size works just about right for me. So far, this panel appears to be as good as the 65" was. No noticeable flash-lighting or clouding. Impressive for an edge lit set. I might keep this one. haha
Please give us your thoughts after having the set a few days and making adjustments, etc.. I have been reading some on problems with motion/judder on samsung sets. I would really like to go with a 75" but might have to drop down to a 70" something if there is a problem in this area. Also if you use sat/cable could you comment on upscaling capabilities of the set. I watch dishnetwork about 90% of time and amazon/netflix the rest of time. Thanks, Gerry
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I want to get a HU9000, I was thinking about the 55". Does anyone think/ or have any advice about whether they think the 55 inch would be worth it, mainly for the curve. Also does the 55" have all the same updates as the 65"?
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Folks,
I have been reading a lot of posts, mainly between sony x900b/950b and Samsung hu8550.
As I got a good discount on the 75" hu8550, I decided to give it a try (came in yesterday).
My first impressions are:
1) the screen (ts01) is very uneven
2) some leds at the top seem to be creating a "shadow" when light yellow/blue color are displayed
3) light bleeding from bottom corners


Is this expected from a 75" display?
From I gathered, some sonys also have the same issues, but it seems panel contrast is better overall.
Thoughs?


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Question I am hoping owners of the HU8550 can answer for me.


1. Are there connections on the back of the set for all of the inputs, or are they all on an external box?


2. Does the external connection box disconnect from the set or is it hard-wired in?


3. How long is the cable to the external box? Can it be extended if needed?


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Hey guys

As a new "contributing" but long time reader, just wanted to share my views on actually both the 65HU8550/7500 and recently 65HU9000/8500.

Initially I purchased the 8550 believing that the "curve" is a gimmick and the differences in other tech specs with 8550 would not make a significant difference. When the set was delivered I was very happy with the quality of the upscaled picture (1080i broadcast) coming from a 55'' Samsung 1080p led. For info it was the European model with IS01 panel which I understand is manufactured by Sharp.

However one of the most disturbing ever issues happened when I actually tried to watch some World Cup games - the dreaded vertical banding!. I never had or have seen such an issue before and reading some other forums I was led to believe that this is somewhat a "normal" phenomenon on large TV's. Unfortunately for me it was the only thing I could ever see while watching the games. This was not all and there was a significant light leakage of 10-15cm of length and 0.5cm of width at the right side of the screen (not flashlight or clouding).

Just to make sure it was not an isolated incident I inspected another IS01 panel at the retailer's display and to my surprise banding was visibile and acknowledged by the salespeople. Similar to one of the forum members I checked at the same time a 65HU9000 with TS01 panel which was completely free of any banding whatsoever!

Not happy especially with the banding and despite the fact that I chucked away the box, they agreed to reimburse it. Not willing to take the risk of getting a panel with banding I decided to bite the bullet on the 65HU9000.

Long story short, this TS01 panel HU9000:

1) Has virtually "zero" banding and if it has it is not noticeable at all - night and day difference
2) The picture quality is similar but the motion seems to be slightly better. Just note that I am using the standard preset with no real adjustment apart dialling down a little the backlight.
3) The reflections are definitely higher in my setup and due to the nature of the curve they are bit weird to be honest
4) Finally the curve, you dont really notice it during movies or sport but fire up google from your HTPC and then it becomes really noticeable. But all in all it did not bother me as much as it would

All in all I am very happy with the HU9000 so far and hope that I don't run into any major issues going forward.
I had exact same experience like you, purchased 65HU7500 - vertical banding. The store unit also had it. Exchanged it for 65HU8500, very happy.
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1) All in the back

2) External box is in theory for next year upgrades and it will connect via special cable connection on the back

3) Someone that has one today will have to answer that, but hopefully is longer than the power cable (~3 feet)
Yes the HU8550 has all inputs on the back of the set whereas the F9000 and HU9000 have a One Connect box which connects with an 6 foot proprietary cable. The HU8550 has a One Connect connection which will be used for the 2015 UHD Evolution Kit. I have installed the 2014 UHD Evolution Kit on my F9000 and the cable is about 6 feet and rated for in wall. It doesn't look like they are going to make a longer cable available.

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Help with Digital/Optical

Hi,
I;m trying to run a optical line from my TV (HU8550) to my Denon X4000 so I can get Dolby Digital 5.1 through netflix or vudu. That way I can stream UHD 4K. I've assigned the optical #1 on my Denon input Aux2. I'm not getting any sound from my Denon....only from the TV. I get video but no sound from my Denon. I've changed the optical line just in case and it's still not working.

Any help would be appreciated
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Hi,
I;m trying to run a optical line from my TV (HU8550) to my Denon X4000 so I can get Dolby Digital 5.1 through netflix or vudu. That way I can stream UHD 4K. I've assigned the optical #1 on my Denon input Aux2. I'm not getting any sound from my Denon....only from the TV. I get video but no sound from my Denon. I've changed the optical line just in case and it's still not working.

Any help would be appreciated
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Optical from tv - optical 1 TV audio in receiver.
I found out the problem and I had not one but two bad optical. I just went and bought another one and it's working..

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Samsung now has 85" hu8550 on their store?

Was this just added recently? For $10K that's a much better price than the 85" S9.
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Was this just added recently? For $10K that's a much better price than the 85" S9.
... Well you would only save $30,000 over the S9, dunno if thats a great deal
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Picking up the 85" HU8550 today in the Afternoon. Any thoughts? Upgrading from my LG 84" LM9600...
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Was this just added recently? For $10K that's a much better price than the 85" S9.
It's also not exactly going to have the same picture quality of as the S9 since it lacks the full array local dimming the S9 has. Then again, to save $30k something is going to have to give.
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Anyone here use one of the Oppo players with their set? I need a player with analog outputs, now using a cheap Panasonic unit. Thinking about a Oppo 103D for my new HU9000. If you do, which is set (for BD playback) to do the upconverting, the player or the TV?
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Anyone here use one of the Oppo players with their set? I need a player with analog outputs, now using a cheap Panasonic unit. Thinking about a Oppo 103D for my new HU9000. If you do, which is set (for BD playback) to do the upconverting, the player or the TV?
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Anyone here use one of the Oppo players with their set? I need a player with analog outputs, now using a cheap Panasonic unit. Thinking about a Oppo 103D for my new HU9000. If you do, which is set (for BD playback) to do the upconverting, the player or the TV?

I use the OPPO 103D with the F9000 (with 2014 UHD kit--basically same processing as the HU9000).


With the original one connect I found the OPPO upconversion to be marginally better than the F9000 and definitely appreciated the Darbee processing.


With the new one connect (same processor as in the HU9000) I was amazed at the improvement in the set's upconversion. I definitely now prefer to have the OPPO output "native" and allow the one connect to do all the upconversion. With the increased contrast/depth of the new upconversion, I also don't miss the darbee processing (not available on OPPO 103D when using native).


If I were doing it all over at this point I would just buy the OPP0 103 and use native output with this set. But, I do love the OPPO as a great "transport" (no processing of any kind).
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Thanks guys, I was also going to ask about going "Darbee vs non-Darbee". Seems some folks like the Marvel chip in the non version better. Plus it's cheaper

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You mentioned that your F9000 is upconverting much better now that you have the new evolution box. Are the processors for the upconversion on the one connect box? And does it seem reasonable if one purchases an 8550 that the 2015 evolution kit will include at least the quad core plus that will provide better upconversion like the 9000. I thought the evolution kit primarily provided the newest smart platform. And in your case HDMI 2.0.

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You mentioned that your F9000 is upconverting much better now that you have the new evolution box. Are the processors for the upconversion on the one connect box? And does it seem reasonable if one purchases an 8550 that the 2015 evolution kit will include at least the quad core plus that will provide better upconversion like the 9000. I thought the evolution kit primarily provided the newest smart platform. And in your case HDMI 2.0.

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My guess is that its doubtful they are going to make any changes to the 8550 line. Samsung is clearly trying to make the 9000 purchase more enticing by adding the extras and that goes away if they offer all of those features on the line directly below it... Personal opinion.
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So finally got my 75HU8550 out of the box and mounted on the wall only for an issue to happen about 5-10 minutes after turning the TV on. (See attached photos).

That stripe flickers and does not go away once it starts.

Anyone know why this may have happened (beyond it just being faulty) want to make sure it's not due to improper mounting, or something else I'm not thinking of. Hopefully getting a replacement today or tomorrow.
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Can I ask you guys about how far do you guys sit from your 8550 and what size do you have?

I also want to know if anyone used / uses the tv for gaming? It seems like the TV has bad input lag so I am wondering how gamers like there TV?
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Can I ask you guys about how far do you guys sit from your 8550 and what size do you have?

I also want to know if anyone used / uses the tv for gaming? It seems like the TV has bad input lag so I am wondering how gamers like there TV?
I sit about 9 feet away from my 60". Haven't gamed on it but am curious what input lag you are experiencing and what the actual effect of that lag is.
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Can I ask you guys about how far do you guys sit from your 8550 and what size do you have?

I also want to know if anyone used / uses the tv for gaming? It seems like the TV has bad input lag so I am wondering how gamers like there TV?
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Still not great but around what other 4K sets will produce (Sony 65X900b ~42)
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Picking up the 85" HU8550 today in the Afternoon. Any thoughts? Upgrading from my LG 84" LM9600...
I am sure you will have many thoughts........ Let us know what you think .
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