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post #91 of 12492
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Originally Posted by hypertrophy View Post

Some might think that's exactly what you're trying to do by making such comments!

Aesthetically speaking, the 750 series is in a league of it's own. My only gripe would be the non-swiveling stand. The 750, i would consider, is the true replacement of the 71f. Even the TOC is implemented well on the 750.

Definitely, the 750 bezel looks great. I love its square shape. If it just had the swivel stand. I wonder if one can buy it as a separate piece.
My wife likes its shape, but when she realiced that it doesn't swivel, then she thinks we should get the LN52A650.
post #92 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Guy Kwan View Post

I emailed Samsung about the conflicting response time specs and the panel bit specs and this was their response:


Thank you for contacting Samsung.
The panel is 10bit and the response time is 6ms for this unit the LN52A750R1F.
If you have any questions please feel free to call 1-800-SAMSUNG for further assistance.

Hope that helps.

I always thought that the LN52A650 was 4ms and the LN52A750 6ms. Who's right? Who knows?
post #93 of 12492
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Originally Posted by judgmentday View Post

I always thought that the LN52A650 was 4ms and the LN52A750 6ms. Who's right? Who knows?

We need a calibration thread!

Also might have found a slight problem. When booting up say a game sometimes its a black as day on a dark screen, turn the tv off boot the same game up and its got a pillar like affect. Turn it off then its random if it light's up black or not. Had the ferrite core hdmi cable switched to a non ferrite and ill see if that helps. Might have found the bug sorry! Also when going at a 45 degree angle it gets a lot lighter the more you move to the right. But im sure thats common.

LOL also have tons of vapor and studder on resistance, AMP is on Medium!
post #94 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Lestat Phoenix View Post

We need a calibration thread!

Also might have found a slight problem. When booting up say a game sometimes its a black as day on a dark screen, turn the tv off boot the same game up and its got a pillar like affect. Turn it off then its random if it light's up black or not. Had the ferrite core hdmi cable switched to a non ferrite and ill see if that helps. Might have found the bug sorry! Also when going at a 45 degree angle it gets a lot lighter the more you move to the right. But im sure thats common.

LOL also have tons of vapor and stutter on resistance, AMP is on Medium!

wow- TONS of stutter/ i thought this issue was toned down on the new 650/750 models? WTF. i want a tv that works better than my 71f
post #95 of 12492
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Originally Posted by audiolover718 View Post

wow- TONS of stutter/ i thought this issue was toned down on the new 650/750 models? WTF. i want a tv that works better than my 71f

I wouldn't read too much into that stutter statement unless it's confirmed by multiple users. He might have a defective set. Nearly everyone in the 650 thread and everyone except him in this thread have reported no stutter at all. This includes 71/69 owners who have lots of experience with the issue.
post #96 of 12492
Went to CC to see if I could see the Halo. I did, but it took a bit to see it and it didn't seem like it was that big of a deal. Maybe it will get worse when at home, with in him lighting (darkening), not sure. But it was relatively dark at CC.

Sort of saw a purple haze on one of the 650's they had at CC and not the other one. I would rather have the halo then the purple haze, if it was a choice.

The 750 did look a little better then the 650 at CC, but I attribute that to the source difference between the two.

Anyway, will probably order the 750 in the next few days unless I hear about other issues besides the halo.
post #97 of 12492
Without reading the rest of the posts. I just want to say what a wonderful job you have done. Keep it up man!
post #98 of 12492
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Originally Posted by dms541 View Post

I wouldn't read too much into that stutter statement unless it's confirmed by multiple users. He might have a defective set. Nearly everyone in the 650 thread and everyone except him in this thread have reported no stutter at all. This includes 71/69 owners who have lots of experience with the issue.

That's what I thought dont read into my post until I can get alot of time with it i can tell a difference between the 6ms time and the 4ms time.
post #99 of 12492
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Originally Posted by dms541 View Post

I wouldn't read too much into that stutter statement unless it's confirmed by multiple users. He might have a defective set. Nearly everyone in the 650 thread and everyone except him in this thread have reported no stutter at all. This includes 71/69 owners who have lots of experience with the issue.

I have a 71 also so I know a little bout the studder.

Also did some more test and the studder is very bad so is the vapors even on low, hopefully I just have a defect, it will be going back tomorrow. Ive gone through 3 650 and now 1 750, will the madness ever stop!
post #100 of 12492
ok so far my only complaint on the the tv is the sound, I know I should have surround sound but man the sound on this thing is worse than my old plasma.
post #101 of 12492
To me at least it makes no sense to drop $3K on a TV and not have it hooked up to a kick ass sound system. No sense whatsoever. If I could not for whatever reason hook this up to a sound system, I would have purchased a much less expensive TV. That's just me!
post #102 of 12492
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Originally Posted by robdam1001 View Post

To me at least it makes no sense to drop $3K on a TV and not have it hooked up to a kick ass sound system. No sense whatsoever. If I could not for whatever reason hook this up to a sound system, I would have purchased a much less expensive TV. That's just me!

That makes no sense. Just because someone may not have a great sound system, doesnt mean shouldnt enjoy great "picture quality". Audio goes to the ears, Video goes to the eyes. Having one of the two is better than none.
post #103 of 12492
I've read this thread, and am still slightly baffled... Can someone clearly, and explicitly define what the halo effect is? I'm considering a purchase. Thanks.
post #104 of 12492
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Originally Posted by GoldenEarDrum View Post

Has anyone tried if this thing connects via WMP11 with or without the provided software?

...

I guess not a lot of owners are using DLNA media streaming yet?

...
post #105 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Bill Stewart View Post

I've read this thread, and am still slightly baffled... Can someone clearly, and explicitly define what the halo effect is? I'm considering a purchase. Thanks.

I'm not sure about clearly,

but check out

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...1003472&page=6

Post 169 I think.

You see the 'light' that comes out near the top and bottom? That is what the 'halo' is. A little light that seeps through the edge of the bezel.
post #106 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Lestat Phoenix View Post

Yeah makes me feel a little better

lol, well remember, if you go from a 52" to a 46" your pixels are smaller and the picture is sharper.
post #107 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Lestat Phoenix View Post

I have a 71 also so I know a little bout the stutter.

Also did some more test and the stutter is very bad so is the vapors even on low, hopefully I just have a defect, it will be going back tomorrow. Ive gone through 3 650 and now 1 750, will the madness ever stop!

Did you have stutter on any of the 650's?
post #108 of 12492
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Originally Posted by metal83 View Post

That makes no sense. Just because someone may not have a great sound system, doesnt mean shouldnt enjoy great "picture quality". Audio goes to the ears, Video goes to the eyes. Having one of the two is better than none.

I agree, NOW go get a kickass sound system, lol. I love my Kick Ass sound system,,,,,much more enjoyable than my 71.
post #109 of 12492
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Originally Posted by kokobucks View Post

I'm not sure about clearly,

but check out

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...1003472&page=6

Post 169 I think.

You see the 'light' that comes out near the top and bottom? That is what the 'halo' is. A little light that seeps through the edge of the bezel.

I believe it is the light from the tv reflecting off the clear plastic trim on the bezel.
post #110 of 12492
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Originally Posted by studdad View Post

I agree, NOW go get a kickass sound system, lol. I love my Kick Ass sound system,,,,,much more enjoyable than my 71.

I'm working on it lol. Just filling my head with all the audio stuff now that i'm settled into my tv.
post #111 of 12492
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Originally Posted by studdad View Post

lol, well remember, if you go from a 52" to a 46" your pixels are smaller and the picture is sharper.

Very true but its the colors or maybe its just the mind playing tricks

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Originally Posted by studdad View Post

Did you have stutter on any of the 650's?

No stutter what so ever on the 650's its rampet on my 750 plus tons of clouding and flashlights, the same panel is being used most deff...
post #112 of 12492
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Originally Posted by metal83 View Post

That makes no sense. Just because someone may not have a great sound system, doesnt mean shouldnt enjoy great "picture quality". Audio goes to the ears, Video goes to the eyes. Having one of the two is better than none.

I disagree....to each his own I guess. I based my reply on this post:"ok so far my only complaint on the the tv is the sound, I know I should have surround sound but man the sound on this thing is worse than my old plasma."
post #113 of 12492
I still think for a tv that has a sub the sound should be better than it is. I want a surround system but it's not something in my future as I can't crank it up anyway because my child would hear it through the walls
post #114 of 12492
FYI, nino, the TV does not have a subwoofer. It has a woofer. Most speakers in general have a tweeter (high range) and a woofer (midrange). A subwoofer is the big black box that sits on the floor to get the booming bass. You need to get some good air flow through the sub to get good bass, so even if they managed to stuff some sort of tiny subwoofer into the TV, it wouldn't be very good either.
post #115 of 12492
For what it's worth, I chatted with Samsung last night to ask about the DLNA features of the 750. I was told that:

A) They are in the process of updating the manual.
B) The 750 supports the same formats via DLNA as it does through USB.
C) Even though DivX isn't listed in the manual, it's supported (all versions), at the same resolutions as xVid.
D) The resolutions quoted in the manual for video formats are MAXIMUM values, so anything less and you should be good.
E) DLNA (as stated in the manual) truly DOES need a wired connection, however:
F) You can use a wireless bridge to pipe the wired connection through your home wireless network to your router, where the TV can gain access to your DLNA server, but:
G) There will be bandwidth limitations with the wireless streaming, so your results may vary. It's likely that video won't stream well this way. MP3s and JPEGs should be fine.

I myself am trying to figure out what route to go, because I'm not too keen about drilling holes in the floor/wall to get a cable down to the 1st floor router. I thought about saying screw it and just buying a PS3 and a 650, but I figured it wouldn't hurt to have options (what's $300 more when you're already spending $2000?). I like the 750's bezel better (sans halo, of course), and the wife said she preferred the 750. Pulled the trigger this morning.
post #116 of 12492
Great, second 750 same problems, studder and vapor on all FPS games Im _ _ _ _ _ _ _
pissed off beyond belief.
post #117 of 12492
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Originally Posted by Lestat Phoenix View Post

Great, second 750 same problems, stutter and vapor on all FPS games Im _ _ _ _ _ _ _
pissed off beyond belief.

is your 750 from an exchange through samsung or from a Brick and mortar store?
post #118 of 12492
Lestat...are you running them in GameMode? In the 650 thread we are currently discussing gaming and the lag. It would seem that GameMode is the ONLY fix that makes all games run properly.
Obviously many people have different experiences, but there seems to be a lot of proof for the need for GameMode.

(aside: and the problem there is that you can access no settings while in GameMode)
post #119 of 12492
Hi Guys...

I'm new to the forums and a recent 650 owner. I have had 2 bad sets with flashlighting and clouding. I have been reading thru this thread and havent seen anyone mention this here. Is anyone experiencing this or is it just the haloing thing going on?

Any comments would be greatly appreciated!

MrXplosive
post #120 of 12492
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Originally Posted by audiolover718 View Post

is your 750 from an exchange through samsung or from a Brick and mortar store?

No both through different best buys,

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Originally Posted by Datacide View Post

Lestat...are you running them in GameMode? In the 650 thread we are currently discussing gaming and the lag. It would seem that GameMode is the ONLY fix that makes all games run properly.
Obviously many people have different experiences, but there seems to be a lot of proof for the need for GameMode.

(aside: and the problem there is that you can access no settings while in GameMode)

No not using game mode but the 650 I had there was no stutter or vapos on FPS I also test using that method. Dunno what to do Im tired of returning sets.
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