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@xXGhostXx try the settings that I posted on this thread. I use it for gaming, cable tv, netflix and blue ray. It is an all in one calibration setting. My main objective for the setting are: pq that is as natural as possible and brightness level that is close to led (for gaming and shadow detail)

Thank you very much, I will try them out.
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Does anyone else who has the PN51F5500 speakers vibrate when on Trusurround Sound (Movie) Mode? Mine does it at volume level 20 or above. I can put it on the Standard sound mode and no vibration unless volume is up in the 70's but I wanted to get the Surround sound built in movie mode the set comes with. I have it on the stand and enabled the stand mode under sound settings? I know internal speakers are not the greatest and I am still on the hunt for a good sound bar but my other Samsung 46" Led does not do this whatsoever on any mode or volume level. I called Samsung and they told me I had the stand installed wrong? Lol so I was like ok let me redo the installation of the stand (pain in the a.. that was) so I did with the same result. So wondering if anyone else is getting vibration/rattling from their speakers?

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I have a couple of quick questions for folks who have this set, or who have been following it more closely:

- One of the big knocks against this set in the cnet review was bright room performance. I've also read that it may be only the 60" (pentile) that's unbearable in bright rooms. Is that the case, and would the 51" perform acceptably in a moderately-bright room? I re-read the review at cnet, and the 51" is what they tested. Bummer.

- How favorably would a newer, lower-range set like this compare to top-range sets from previous years? I've got a Samsung PN50B860 (2009?) right now, and in general, I really like it. It's exhibiting some pretty serious PWM noise on startup that fades as it "warms up" though. The cnet review didn't knock it for bright room performance, but I'm wondering if that was not an issue worth bringing up as all sets from that year had the same issue.

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Screen Fit position reseting itself

Hello,

Just bought a new PN60F5500 and quite please with it except for under/overscan.

When I use Screen Fit (no overscan) an watch STB, I have a green line on the left and top of the screen. If I move screen position 1 pixel left and top, line disappear. Unfortunately this setting seems to revert to default as soon as I change input or close TV.

I don't want to use 16:9 mode because of the overscan when playing games (about 1/2 inch is lost on all four sides).

Is there any known way to make the screen position permanent?

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I'm going to get this set this weekend.

I'm moving away from a rash decision I made to buy a Samsung H5500 LED TV which sucks for fast motion sports.

Do I need to do anything to break it in or can I use the settings posted by superleo immediately?
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I'm going to get this set this weekend.

I'm moving away from a rash decision I made to buy a Samsung H5500 LED TV which sucks for fast motion sports.

Do I need to do anything to break it in or can I use the settings posted by superleo immediately?
My suggestion is to lower the light cell from 20 and lower the contrast around 90 for 100 hours. The closest setting to 65K would be Warm 2 and Movie mode.

Once you give the panel some time to settle then adjust to your liking.

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My suggestion is to lower the light cell from 20 and lower the contrast around 90 for 100 hours. The closest setting to 65K would be Warm 2 and Movie mode.

Once you give the panel some time to settle then adjust to your liking.
Ok thank you!

And the settings from the thread you started, those will be good on the 51" as well, right?
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Is the pentile effect noticeable on solid colors at 8 feet away i.e checkerboard pattern, artifacts on the 60F5500?
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Is the pentile effect noticeable on solid colors at 8 feet away i.e checkerboard pattern, artifacts on the 60F5500?

Not on mine


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Is the pentile effect noticeable on solid colors at 8 feet away i.e checkerboard pattern, artifacts on the 60F5500?
I have the 60F5300 and I can only see pixel structure from about 3' out. Any further away and it looks like any other 1080p tv. Just watched Noah Blu-ray and a family member was watching the tv for the first time and told me she couldn't believe how clear the picture looked. I sit about 8' back.
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I have the 60F5300 and I can only see pixel structure from about 3' out. Any further away and it looks like any other 1080p tv. Just watched Noah Blu-ray and a family member was watching the tv for the first time and told me she couldn't believe how clear the picture looked. I sit about 8' back.

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How was Noah?
Picture quality is amazing, movie was OK. I actually enjoyed Need for Speed more. lol.
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I have the 60F5300 and I can only see pixel structure from about 3' out. Any further away and it looks like any other 1080p tv. Just watched Noah Blu-ray and a family member was watching the tv for the first time and told me she couldn't believe how clear the picture looked. I sit about 8' back.
Does the same apply for gaming since games have menus and static HUDs? No visible pixel structure from 8ft away?


How about web browsing? Does that show up the pixel structure from the aforementioned distance? From what I have read, it's least visible with normal TV content hence my additional question.
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Does the same apply for gaming since games have menus and static HUDs? No visible pixel structure from 8ft away?


How about web browsing? Does that show up the pixel structure from the aforementioned distance? From what I have read, it's least visible with normal TV content hence my additional question.
Don't see pixel structure on any content from more than 3-4'.



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So my one year old 51F5500 developed a vertical line of semi-dead pixels.

Called Samsung, a couple of techs came and took my TV away and returned it a few days later with a new panel.

The original problem is fixed. Sadly, however, the new panel seems to be quite worse as far as uniformity is concerned.

More specifically, on a white screen, there is obvious pink push on the right side of the display.

I'm very picky about uniformity issues (one of the reasons I originally went with a PDP).

Also, there appears to be some very faint horizontal banding 1/3 from the bottom of the screen.

The question is: should I go ahead and request a second panel replacement?

A quick google search made it clear that 2014 Samsung plasmas have uniformity issues (pink/mmagenta tink mostly on the right side of the screen).
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I'd replace it again, don't put up with that. After enough fixes they'll end up giving you a new tv.


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Newbie here, upgrading from am old 32" Sharp LCD, never owned a plasma. I've got my options narrowed down to the Sony 65W850A or 65W950B on the LCD side (depending on availability), and the Samsung 60F5500 or 64F5500 on the plasma side.

The main complaints I seem to see about the 5500 line are the reflective screen, the pentile pixels, buzzing sound, and some white issues when watching hockey. Are these issues present in both the 60" and 64" models? Is either better than the other?

Basically what I want to find out is whether the 5500 line is the right plasma for me to stack up against the Sony LCD, or if there's a better option (the 8500 is out of my price range). I'd be using it 75% for gaming. Input lag is good (~35ms compared to Sony's ~20ms), not enough of a difference to tip the scales. I would be using it day & night, so I'll have to eyeball the reflectivity in-store if possible.
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Here's a shot of a fully white screen taken in the dark, the upper right corner has a visible pink tint to it.

Can someone else post a photo of their f5500 showing a fullscreen white image?

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My C7000 had the famous pink banding. After they replaced the panel twice, they gave me this tv.


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Is it normal that the Black Optimizer setting can't be changed when playing video files off USB?
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The pentile question has been answered multiple times in this thread.


Try reading it through first before asking.


I have a 60". There is no buzzing, no pentile grid effect, and the hockey issue was fixed a few software versions ago.


This television is incredible imho. Incredibly sharp picture, fantastic motion, and superleo's settings make the image pop like I never thought it could.


I play Xbox for hours and there is no pentil effect or IR.
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The pentile question has been answered multiple times in this thread.


Try reading it through first before asking.
The more opinions on the issue, the better. The pentile pixel structure being visible to a person is a subjective issue, not objective so there is no clear cut answer. While one person may notice the screen door effect from 8ft away, another may not...


I have the TV now and I can see the effect 8ft away, especially when gaming but I may return the set anyway due to a nasty pink and green tint. That and the noticeably heavy dithering I notice with motion, again especially visible when gaming but depends on the game. Guacamelee is especially bad.
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The more opinions on the issue, the better. The pentile pixel structure being visible to a person is a subjective issue, not objective so there is no clear cut answer. While one person may notice the screen door effect from 8ft away, another may not....

sounds like yours is defective. Pentile effect is the opposite of subjective. It's not visible from 8' away. So given the other issues yours has, I'd say it needs to be replaced.
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Bought this TV because of all the rave about it but then I might just return it because of its motion handling with low frames per second games.

Just tried Destiny that is a 30fps game and the juddering is extreme to my opinion. In 60fps games everything is perfect but far from it in 30fps games. Unfortunatly still in this new generation of console most of the games are still in 30fps. I have bought this TV mainly for gaming and I must admit I am VERY picky about image quality but I cant believe its just me. This juddering is bad. I'd take some LED motion blur over those frame doubling... I guess I can see a use for the option called "Judder reduction" on other Samsung plasma TVs.

On the CNET review of this TV, the cnet review says this TV failed their 24p judder test but I didnt really paid attention since everywhere people were saying that motion was excellent (it is for the most part, just not in 24p without cinema smooth or in any 30fps games)

Killzone Shadow Fall was the worst performing game on this set and would be a good test for you gamers if you want to test it out.

Call of Duty running at 60fps is just perfect though.

Its a shame the shift to 60fps hasnt been done with this new gen consoles

EDIT: anyone know how to enter service menu ? I wanted to know if there is any trace for this "judder reduction" option. Thanks!
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I think you are just finally seeing why 30fps is a terrible frame rate choice for any game with high motion?

p.s. Turning on judder reduction features probably wouldn't help. As they are designed to deal with 24fps movie content. Not fluctuation game frame rates.

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Has anyone noticed trouble with HBOGO mine keeps wants and asked me to activate I try and its say it can't at this time or I get an error then like days later it works fine I'm just asking if anyone else has had issues with HBOGO all of my other apps work just fine.

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Just picked up a 60" f5500. The models are all on clearance here in Toronto, so I ended up picking it up for $880cdn, plus our brutal 13% tax and enviro fee.
Came out to a total of $1030 Cdn after tax. If anyone in Canada has found a better price I would love to hear it as I have a grace period for returns / price matching.

First, Thank you to the community for helping me pick this TV. I've read about pentile displays before, and was hesitant to pick up this set in this particular size since it has one, but after seeing it in person and standing at a reasonable distance... you really can't notice it.

A couple of questions for you lovely folk.

- As far as calibrating goes, should I leave all the settings on default for 100-200 hours before applying the tweaks from the 'by the numbers' thread?
- Are there some "Must do" tests for the panel so I can check for defects asap? I'd hate to find some in the panel after my grace period expires.
- Seriously, am I just blind to all the 'pentile' hate or is it severely overrated?

Thanks guys.
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Hey guys. Just recently got the 60 inch 5500 model it's my first plasma! I decided to make the leap of faith before they are entirely eradicated and experience the deep blacks, etc.

So far I am really liking the PQ, especially Blu Rays. At first it was a little washed out but changing the Color Space to Native fixed all that.

Couple minor concerns though, first of all I do experience buzzing. It's not that annoying, considering it is pretty quiet and any noise drowns it out, but it is there. Not enough for me to do anything about it, I am a happy camper.

What troubles me the most is that apparently the PenTile display on my 60" Sammy is not true 1080p. Is this true? I cannot link URLs due to me being a new user, however if you Google "1080p pentile is not true 1080p" you will see the Medium article.

Am I really watching stuff in 1564 x 880? If so, would a "true" 1080p RGB with native 1920 x 1080 be more clearer? I watch my TV from 5 feet away, and lower resolution is a deal breaker and makes me a sad panda because I don't see myself returning this TV, I would just wallow in regret for the next 5 years. So...yeah.

Any input appreciated.

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Just picked up a 60" f5500. The models are all on clearance here in Toronto, so I ended up picking it up for $880cdn, plus our brutal 13% tax and enviro fee.
Came out to a total of $1030 Cdn after tax. If anyone in Canada has found a better price I would love to hear it as I have a grace period for returns / price matching.

First, Thank you to the community for helping me pick this TV. I've read about pentile displays before, and was hesitant to pick up this set in this particular size since it has one, but after seeing it in person and standing at a reasonable distance... you really can't notice it.

A couple of questions for you lovely folk.

- As far as calibrating goes, should I leave all the settings on default for 100-200 hours before applying the tweaks from the 'by the numbers' thread?
- Are there some "Must do" tests for the panel so I can check for defects asap? I'd hate to find some in the panel after my grace period expires.
- Seriously, am I just blind to all the 'pentile' hate or is it severely overrated?

Thanks guys.
Got it for the same price as you did on clearance.

1. People suggest calibrating after the break in period but you can do so right away, just don't increase brightness and contrast all the way up.
2. I would like to know this too.
3. It is kinda overrated, it doesn't bother me much at all, and I sit 2-3m away from the TV. I like the way it looks, only concern is (as stated above) that is is not "true" 1080p, whatever that means.

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Hi all, just picked up a PN51F5500 on craigslist in excellent condition for $500! Bought it as an upgrade to my PN42C450 which I love, but so far I'm disappointed. I tried three different settings from this thread and two of them looked really off, one looked ok but not as nice as my C450. I only played with it for a short while last night and today I found "superleo's" settings which a lot of people seem to like, along with a few others after reading this entire thread. I'm exhausted! :-) I can't wait to try all of these when I'm back home on Monday.

Quick question, can someone explain what this Cinema Smooth and 24p setting is all about? It was greyed out when I tried to use it. My source is a Mac Mini running XBMC. Content is mostly blu-ray rips. Was also wondering what a typical professional calibration would run me? Anyone here in the NJ area?
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