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post #181 of 23504
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Originally Posted by clau View Post

The 6 series and the 7 series share the same panels, which is to be expected. That means the Frame Rate Conversion is identical, and that means AMP is just about identical.

These new panels are significantly different than the 71 series:

1. FRC and T-Con inside panel. This has the important advantage of using a common memory for the two blocks, saving cost.
2. The cable that runs from the mainboard to the panel now carries 60Hz data instead of 120Hz data. Much better for RF interference control, and saves power.
3. The 6/7 series have a new backlight system that operates at twice the frequency of the 71 series. This helps reduce flickering and may have better motion blur.
4. The new T-Con reduces pixel response time to the 4 ms spec'd level.
5. The new T-Con is supposed to improve gamma response.

All in all, pretty good updates. But wait for the 9 series if you want major improvements in motion blur handling.

Good analysis
But only one bad point - in European service manual pointed that all those panels are 6 ms
Most interesting question now - which Micronas Chip used?
The same as in Europian F8 - FRC9459M ?
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:12202:656#656
post #182 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Mikl1984 View Post

Good analysis
But only one bad point - in European service manual pointed that all those panels are 6 ms
Most interesting question now - which Micronas Chip used?
The same as in Europian F8 - FRC9459M ?
http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=62:12202:656#656

Service manual numbers on contrast ratio and response time are not to be trusted . In any event, there are many ways to measure response time, and the only thing to know is that it is a smaller number than for the 71 series. Whether that difference is perceivable or not, who knows at this time. You probably know that major problem with LCD blur today is not response time, but the hold-type nature of LCD. Even if response time is 0, there will still be blur, and that's where AMP/120Hz comes in to the rescue.

Not sure if the European sets do 120 Hz, but at 100Hz, you can get by with a slightly longer response time.

Micronas chip is most likely the same: FRC-M that was introduced last April.
post #183 of 23504
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Originally Posted by clau View Post

3. The 6/7 series have a new backlight system that operates at twice the frequency of the 71 series. This helps reduce flickering and may have better motion blur.

It seems like you are saying this TV uses scanning backlight? Or does this refer to the dynamic contrast function. Can I ask where you see that.
post #184 of 23504
I see that there is a fan pointed out in that diagram a couple of pages back in the 40" only? How loud is it?
post #185 of 23504
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Originally Posted by borf View Post

It seems like you are saying this TV uses scanning backlight? Or does this refer to the dynamic contrast function. Can I ask where you see that.

No, I did not say that. I said that the backlight frequency is 2X higher than on the 71 series. Check out the Samsung Korea's site's description. They call it "Speed Backlight".
post #186 of 23504
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Originally Posted by fenix31 View Post

I noticed in the pre set settings that you can go in and see what they have those settings at at least on that first page of settings is it possible to clone those pre made settings? or is there more happening behind the scenes?

This im not sure about, however on the 71 i was never able to clone the settings. I supose you would have to know exactly what each setting was set on on each mode. I did go into the menus and turn ever VP setting to of and TBE was still present on all amp settings so this leads me to believe there is more going on but im not sure.
post #187 of 23504
Mikl1984 can you coment on my post #164 does this make a lick of sense or am i way off?
post #188 of 23504


Mega, is this 5 stuck pixels I see?
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/attac...6&d=1205546286
post #189 of 23504
Here is the Service Manual I uploaded for the A650. http://files.filefront.com/Service+M.../fileinfo.html
post #190 of 23504
I just got back from Best Buy with the TV. Took over an hour for them to bring it to the front. Seemed they were confused about the paper work and the fact that it was the only one they had and that they had never gotten any in before. Absolutely ridiculous. On the plus side, my brother got approved for the best buy card so he will be picking one up in the next few days too.

Once again, pics will be forth coming. Time to unpack it and set it up.
post #191 of 23504
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Originally Posted by TheBrandon View Post

Here is the Service Manual I uploaded for the A650. http://files.filefront.com/Service+M.../fileinfo.html

wow nice find man!!!!! do you happen to have the 750 too, we could do some pretty indepth comparisons if we had both
post #192 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Manaburn View Post

wow nice find man!!!!! do you happen to have the 750 too, we could do some pretty indepth comparisons if we had both

I do not. I own the Samsung LN-T5265 thats trident processor was replaced by the Cortez so I was doing some research on it since its picture quality with firmware 1016 is far superior to my Trident with board 1011/ 1037 firmware. I stumbled across this thread and thought I seen someone mention the 650 using the Cortez Processor and I noticed that the part numbers weren't the same on Samsungs Tech site. I grabbed the Service manuals on both and uploaded them. Just trying to share a little.
post #193 of 23504
I love that it came with batteries for the remote. My friends sharp didn't. One question for the other owners though, mine doesn't swivel on it's stand. Is there something I need to do in order to make that happen or is that a feature lost on this model from the 71?
post #194 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Leftoverchinese View Post

I love that it came with batteries for the remote. My friends sharp didn't. One question for the other owners though, mine doesn't swivel on it's stand. Is there something I need to do in order to make that happen or is that a feature lost on this model from the 71?


Which model do you have?
post #195 of 23504
Hmm... it says that the TV's are "6" ms...
post #196 of 23504
This is killing me that my tv won't be here till Tuesday. To satisfy my urges can someone plug there PC up to the 650 via dvi to hdmi and let me know how it looks.

Thanks in advance
post #197 of 23504
Ok, I just got my TV setup and the PS3 set to 1080p from 1080i and watched the first thing ever on the TV, the trailer for the dark knight. I will say, HOLY **** the blacks are damn black!!!! I love the look of the red, err crimson, bezel and don't think anyone has to worry about that. Also, for those curious, the blacks still look amazingly black with the lights off. The set doesn't look like it is turned off or anything, but still damn black.
post #198 of 23504
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Originally Posted by megapopular View Post

Which model do you have?

LN46A650A1F is the full model number on the side of the box.
post #199 of 23504
Also, I wanted to say that I don't think that I disagree with all the previous people saying that the remote is too touchy. I dig the wheel. Being a cab driver, Sat. is one of my busiest nights, and I think I am gonna take the night off and check this bad boy out. Not that I would be able to concentrate on the job anyway if I DID go to work, lol.
post #200 of 23504
some of the stores need to get this set up on display in the milwaukee area.. the 52 would look good in the living room. the wife is already digging the colored bezel.

i'm curious on how deep the black looks on this set.
post #201 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Manaburn View Post

wow nice find man!!!!! do you happen to have the 750 too, we could do some pretty indepth comparisons if we had both

Manaburn,

You can get about any manual here:

http://www.manualuniverse.com/manage.../catalogue.asp

Choose Samsung, enter LN46A750, click on LN46A750
post #202 of 23504
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Originally Posted by D92Mike View Post

Manaburn,

You can get about any manual here:

http://www.manualuniverse.com/manage.../catalogue.asp

Choose Samsung, enter LN46A750, click on LN46A750

I tryed to get the 650 one already and he said they were not available yet
post #203 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Manaburn View Post

I tryed to get the 650 one already and he said they were not available yet

Did you click on LN46A750 next to where it says "description not available"? It should take you to the .pdf purchase page.
post #204 of 23504
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Originally Posted by D92Mike View Post

Did you click on LN46A750 next to where it says "description not available"? It should take you to the .pdf purchase page.

i had an email conversation with the guy that i guess owns the site, i purchased the 650 and he refunded my money and told me it was unavailble, i assume the same is true of the 750
post #205 of 23504
OK someone, throw me a couple of calibration settings to try. I really like it so far.
post #206 of 23504
BB has the 40inch model on their site finally. Just a heads up for those looking at the 40 incher.

Thanks mosh for the info, One more question, That's the tax rate at bloomingdale? If so, gonna for sure go and get it there, May have to wait till next weekend. Need someone with a bigger car to go and pick it up LOL.

I can fit the tv itself fine in my back seat but not with the box
post #207 of 23504
So how is the blur on the 650 compared to the 750. Any thoughts on that yet?
post #208 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Slain93gsr View Post

i'm curious on how deep the black looks on this set.

As deep as the grand canyon. It is deep enough for me to do a Rick James, F*%# YOUR COUCH on a Kuro. In short, I don't think you will be disappointed.
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Manaburn, does your TV swivel on it's stand? Mine doesn't. I was just wondering if that was a feature lost on the 6 series.
post #209 of 23504
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Originally Posted by Leftoverchinese View Post

Ok, I just got my TV setup and the PS3 set to 1080p from 1080i and watched the first thing ever on the TV, the trailer for the dark knight. I will say, HOLY **** the blacks are damn black!!!! I love the look of the red, err crimson, bezel and don't think anyone has to worry about that. Also, for those curious, the blacks still look amazingly black with the lights off. The set doesn't look like it is turned off or anything, but still damn black.

Do you happen to know how the black levels compare to the 71 series as well as the reflective glass & the if the AMP looked toned down at all?

All potential owners know right now is that the Triple ball effect was fixed in the Entertainment mode.
So far there has been no stutter on anyones the set, so far. No one has mentioned if they saw any vapors/distortions yet either.

borf, also posted a good test to check motion handling with that .zip file back a page or two. If anyone can test it.
post #210 of 23504
Mine swivels just fine... give it a good twist! Don't be scared!
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