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So for 8000 owners that have issues with clouding, there was a review by HDGuru that stated buffing the HU9000 screen with a clean dry microfiber cloth would decrease the clouding (Samsung apparently told them to try it), a HU9000 owner tried it out and confirmed it worked (he posted on the HU 8550 HU9000 thread). Figure it might help some H8000 wonders with clouding issues. I haven't tried it myself as I'm not near my TV for a week.

http://hdguru.com/samsung-un65hu9000-uhd-4k-tv-review/

"We received a tip from Samsung that the clouding could be reduced by taking a clean microfiber cloth and rubbing the screen as if we were cleaning it, but without screen cleaning fluid. We used the cloth from a Philips Screen Cleaner and the trick worked. It did not eliminate, but greatly reduced the level of the clouded areas that appear near the corners and edges."

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I have a calibration question... I have color tone set to warm 2 and want to keep it there, but I'm getting slightly red faces and white tings a bit red, which is normal for that setting I know. In "white balance" what would I adjust to try and correct that some? I don't really get what effects what as far as "offset" and "gain".
And I did mess with "flesh tone" but that didn't have the desired effect.
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So for 8000 owners that have issues with clouding, there was a review by HDGuru that stated buffing the HU9000 screen with a clean dry microfiber cloth would decrease the clouding (Samsung apparently told them to try it), a HU9000 owner tried it out and confirmed it worked (he posted on the HU 8550 HU9000 thread). Figure it might help some H8000 wonders with clouding issues. I haven't tried it myself as I'm not near my TV for a week.

http://hdguru.com/samsung-un65hu9000-uhd-4k-tv-review/

"We received a tip from Samsung that the clouding could be reduced by taking a clean microfiber cloth and rubbing the screen as if we were cleaning it, but without screen cleaning fluid. We used the cloth from a Philips Screen Cleaner and the trick worked. It did not eliminate, but greatly reduced the level of the clouded areas that appear near the corners and edges."

Did I luck out or something? Because I have my backlight at 16 and still have no clouding. The Smart LED is only on low even.
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So this is strange... I threw in Pacific Rim 3D and the red shift was MASSIVE. I had to go into white balance and set red gain at -25 green at +10 and the colors are still "off" I haven't messed with white balance very much and could use some advise. I'm not sure what the "offset" r/g/b really do. I slide them around and don't really notice anything. I can see what the "gain" sliders do. Has anyone else experienced that big a shift in color when watching a 3D blu-ray? And it doesn't happen on normal blu-ray. Any help here would be great.
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3D I only tested Gravity, image look excellent with lowest noise in MOVIE with reloaded setting by posted by kwcanuck. Blu Ray player forced 1080P.

Without 3D in MOVIE memory with setting by posted by kwcanuck image was horrible. So for now I leave MOVIE memory for 3D.

Natural for DTV OTA programs.

Dynamic for some 2D blu ray Avatar, Alice in Wonderland.
Natural for some 2D blu ray Skyfall.
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guys, samsung dealer will let me try the 65" one for 3 days .Is there any where i can find any uhd demos?thanks
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Google in browser on H8000, YOUTUBE:
4K UHD
8k
4K snakes


4K UK city night


(many shot in 4K, some 8K streaming vids, enjoy!)


Drop down box, lower right corner circle with rays (looks like a sun) select 1080p.
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Is this what AVS is now? That's a shame.
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If you guys had the choice between a 55h8000 or a sony 65w850a what would it be? I do game, the 65" is cheaper but may be large for my room
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If you guys had the choice between a 55h8000 or a sony 65w850a what would it be? I do game, the 65" is cheaper but may be large for my room
I own a H8000 and I did view the 65w850a. I love the H8000. I was not impressed with the 850A's screen uniformity. Banding, but that tends to vary. Though you will find people in the thread for that TV with similar problems. I game as well, I'm sure there is input lag, but I don't notice it like most people. All these TVs have a "game mode" to combat the issue. If you're able test them both, see which one you feel better with.
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If you guys had the choice between a 55h8000 or a sony 65w850a what would it be? I do game, the 65" is cheaper but may be large for my room
I had the 850a and was very disappointed after 2 units both had very noticeable and distracting banding on them. I returned them and waited for the H8000, but then actually decided to go for the HU9000. Uniformity on the curved screen is much better than the 850a, so far from what I have read the H8000 is doing real well with uniformity too.. just for that I would go with the 8000 over the 850a.
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Good day everyone,

I purchased the 65H8000 this past weekend mainly for games. I was worried about the input lag. I happen to also own the LEO BODNAR input lag tester. With the Firmware 1120 ( which is what the tv was at when I got it) the Game mode was getting 48ms, which is beyond the threshold that I can feel. I personally start to feel input lag with tv/monitors over 40ms. IN PC mode the tv was getting very eradic numbers, but they were from 48-68ms which is way too high for me.

So I had read reviews of the 55 inch version getting 35ms. I figured because this tv is the 65 inch larger version that is why the lag was higher. I updated the firmware last nite to 1130. Then retried with the Leo Bodnar device. Game mode was now getting 38 ms and this was with Smart LED on low, not bad!

Then I tried PC mode because you get 4:4:4 chroma and I prefer that for games. It is now getting 35.4ms!!!

So those thinking on getting the 55 because it has less lag, now you don't have to worry about getting the larger 65 as it has the same input lag numbers. Very happy with this!

Also, for reference I also have the Samsung 55F7100 that D-Nice ISF calibrated, this tv has 40MS of input lag in Game or PC mode. I would without a doubt say the H8000 is a much better panel then the F7100 in all respects. The H8000's must have a totally new panel, because even at 6 backlight, its way brighter then the F7100 at 6 backlight.

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So I just got off the phone with Samsung Canada. I can confirm that the Canadian model UN65H8000FZXC DOES have hardware based local Dimming. You can't set it at any level, it's automatically on and there is NO level to control.

Subsequently, the US version has no option to control it either ( at least not in the entire manual )

So for all the Canadian customers, no one was left out, we do have it and on ALL screen sizes.

for the UK people, I would call to confirm if it's available.

I have the 65" and I haven't had any issues with the black levels. I am going to get it calibrated probably within the month, depending on the availability of the calibrator.
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Plugged in user settings as listed in link as shown, into 65H8000, standard mem.
Image improved over my prior settings in same memory standard.
Source material, FOX Sports, Baseball Night in America, 720p OTA baseball game SLC vs. LAD.


OFFICIAL Samsung 4k HU8550 and HU9000 thread


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Calibration settings for my 60 8550. Still tweaking as I watch more tv but these settimgs for me have produce a pretty grat image all around for sports and normal viewing.

Picture mode - standard
Backlight - 10
Contrast - 72
Brightness - 43
Sharpness - 69
Colore - 48
T/G - 50
Apply picture mode - current

Advanced
Dynamic - low
Black tone - dark
Fleshtone - 0
RGB Only - off
Color space - native
Gamma - +1
Motion lighting - off

Picture options
Color tone - warm1
Digital clear view - auto
MPEG noise filter - auto
Auto motion plus - clear
Smart LED - low

Auto motion for me makes sports spot on its the lightest of the setting and I dont see the soap opera effect on that setti g.

Good luck and please let me know if you like these settings.

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Anyone having issues with ticker blur and judder with the 65H8000? I have tried different settings with same results. Any suggestions? Just want to make sure this isn't a panel issue. (I thought this issue was eliminated with the 240 Hz panels.)
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Confirmed settings as listed for 8550/9000 are also excellent for H8000. With the following change to AMP. Change AMP from CLEAR to 7 blur, 8 jutter, off. Otherwise motion jutter is obvious.


Source OTA, CBS 5, 1080i & 720p HD programs 60Minutes 06/29/14, Big Brother 06/29/14.YRMV both shows are not my favorite but,each exhibits excellent HQ broadcast of people and are broadcast every Sunday, check your local listings.


Realistic ultra-clean, high quality, low noise images, excellent flesh tones, excellent detail, saturated color, deep inky black in every scene.

I believed (imagined otherwise) that both shows as listed looked as if the H8000 was monitoring at the show set live in the control booth. Both broadcast looked exceptional, reference quality.


HD OTA antenna: Channel Master CM 4220 HD, this is newest version of what was installed at my site. Cable 100ft direct RG6 18 AWG, quad shield, direct to H8000 from antenna, nothing in between but terminated cable connectors.

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Has there been any sort of comparison whatsoever on black level/contrast between the H8000 and the HU9000? Samsung seem to be the only company this year to have released an actual flagship 1080p set and Im curious how it stacks up, as it seemingly has essentially every single feature from the 9000, except "purcolor" and a drop from 1400 to 1200 MCR (though the 8000 has a 240hz native panel...) Putting aside 4k content, I wonder how the two would stack up when playing 1080p content...
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The Stand Assembly

Hello. Did everyone leave? This thread has been quiet for a few days. Usually this is about the time people begin finding issues with their new toys and start complaining. But, apparently this television is different than the usual, and people are enjoying the new purchase. If this is true then this TV is worth the steep price tag.
How difficult is it to place the stand assembly onto the set out of the box? I'm guessing that with the curved screen, extra care must be taken when laying it down to prevent damage. Or do you simply set the television down onto the stand upright, like the way Panny plasmas are stand mounted? Thanks guys congrats on your new sets.
I have a Mits DLP that is starting to show signs of chip failure (specks/spots visible during dark scenes or when screen is blank/no input) so the 65 is looking like a prime replacement. Of course it's cheaper to fix, but 10,000:1 contrast ratio is a little passe these days.
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Ordered my UN65H8000 from Samsung on Thursday, July 10th and see that it will ship today. Can't wait. What's puzzling is that the price seems to have gone up on the TV. My price was $2799, and now the price shows on their site, $3399. I hope I'm not getting a refurb. Wonder where the set is coming from. Site has been quiet. Wonder when an official UNxxH8000 thread will open up.
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Hawgfin… this is the official H8000 thread or so it seems to be an official H8000 thread.

I posted results of a HU9000 cal used on my H8000, no open dialog.

I posted a reply for ozzy1925 for where to find content withlinks, no comments from ozzy1925.

I posted an AMP setting just prior to lackatrack AMP question, no comments from lackatrack.

The recent questions posted by lackatrack,sMK7e ,ScubaCruiser typical thread conjecture.

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I have had this tv for over a month...................very good picture and no problems...........Price drops near major holidays, sometimes drops $700.
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I bought mine 2 day ago from Amazon , should be home this wed i cant wait!!!
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I got mine yesterday. 65 inch version. Big time white clouding in all four corners of the screen. It's there on every input and source. It's there on my Blu ray player, bell dish, etc. etc. I've tried different cables and did the factory reset. I unplugged the unit for an hour. I'm out of options. The only way to make it less noticeable is to lower the contrast and backlight settings so low that it ruins the picture. I tried the cloth deal from above, it didn't help. I'll be calling Samsung Monday Morning. Outside of the clouding issue I really enjoyed the set. Set up was a breeze. That little smart remote which I'd thought I would hate is so easy to use. I love it. Picture for movies and sports was tremendous. Broadcast TV like fox and nbc with their 1 hour dramas were not nearly as good as film and sport. I'm going to put in moon goo's settings now and see what they are like. The TV is a breeze to assemble. Like pointed out earlier, stand is very flimsy. I make sure to hold on to set when plugging and pulling out cables. I paid 2900 Canadian cash for the set in Toronto before tax and warranty. That's it, that's all I got. What are the odds on this? The same day the cloudy :} tv arrives my bell 9242 pvr receiver starts to flame out. I can't record or pause anything and I lost 80 hours of recorded stuff. Live TV is working fine.
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Also... I've been playing Watchdogs for the past couple days and I do so just in "movie mode" Is there a reason to really use game mode? Cuz I don't notice any lag or anything.
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In most cases single player console games lag is far less apparent. It's when you do multiplayer and online co-op that you can begin to notice a difference. When you figure in the lag on the controller, network lag and TV lag it can add up. If game mode is producing 40ish' MS lag that is not bad.

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I got mine yesterday. 65 inch version. Big time white clouding in all four corners of the screen. It's there on every input and source. It's there on my Blu ray player, bell dish, etc. etc. I've tried different cables and did the factory reset. I unplugged the unit for an hour. I'm out of options. The only way to make it less noticeable is to lower the contrast and backlight settings so low that it ruins the picture. I tried the cloth deal from above, it didn't help. I'll be calling Samsung Monday Morning. Outside of the clouding issue I really enjoyed the set. Set up was a breeze. That little smart remote which I'd thought I would hate is so easy to use. I love it. Picture for movies and sports was tremendous. Broadcast TV like fox and nbc with their 1 hour dramas were not nearly as good as film and sport. I'm going to put in moon goo's settings now and see what they are like. The TV is a breeze to assemble. Like pointed out earlier, stand is very flimsy. I make sure to hold on to set when plugging and pulling out cables. I paid 2900 Canadian cash for the set in Toronto before tax and warranty. That's it, that's all I got. What are the odds on this? The same day the cloudy :} tv arrives my bell 9242 pvr receiver starts to flame out. I can't record or pause anything and I lost 80 hours of recorded stuff. Live TV is working fine.
could you upload a pic of the clouding ? Also what is your panel version? I have a 65in h8000 and my panel version is td02. The picture is beautiful compared to the f8000 I had, but the f8000 had better blacks and backlight uniformity. I have two rather medium size circles of what looks like clouding or flashlighting. I see it on some scenes.
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I used mine for less than 24hrs and I my TV turn on and off every 10 sec I tried to fix it for hours with not result , I called amazon and they are going to send me a new one This wed I'll be getting another one and return the defected one Amazon is the best!
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How's the picture out of the box on a 55h8000
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I'm having lag when playing ps4! Does anyone know where game mode is? Or how to fix lag while gaming? Thank you.
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