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post #91 of 520
Cleveland Plasma can you answer me, please...
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Originally Posted by Idilli europei View Post

Can Samsung UN55B7100 play movies in MKV format over ethernet or from a USB stick?

It's very important for me...
post #92 of 520
I would also like to know if it can play mkv files over a usb source
post #93 of 520
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Originally Posted by Chad B View Post

Measurements of the Samsung are attached in my original review post.
I didn't save the measurements of the 800u, but it was extremely similar to other 800u's I've done with the exception of light output, which varies from about 33 to 40 ft-l on different sets. This one did 40. I can post a cal report of another 800u if desired.

Ok, thanks. I've found it. The measurements after calibration looks very good, except the RGB Tracking. Are you sure that you cannot improve RGB Tracking?
post #94 of 520
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Idilli europei View Post

Cleveland Plasma can you answer me, please...It's very important for me...

I am not sure.....
post #95 of 520
from the pics it looks like the samsungs better. Lets see how the new Panny's stack up against the new Sammy's tho. Plz do a comparison when you get one.
post #96 of 520
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Originally Posted by Blackburn4717537 View Post

Ok, thanks. I've found it. The measurements after calibration looks very good, except the RGB Tracking. Are you sure that you cannot improve RGB Tracking?

Yes. The main thing of interest is the blue dip at 20-30%. The only way to fill it in would have been to have even more excess blue at 10% if I raised the cut, or overall if I raised the drive. The red vs green error at the low end was dictated by the coarseness of the steps.
Also, keep in mind that CalMAN's tracking graph is zoomed in compared to Colorfacts and graphs reported in magazines, so the error looks worse here than on other published graphs. Each division is only 5%, whereas on many graphs they are 20%.
post #97 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Ya just keep taunting me Tomorrow I will have a Panasonic TC-P50G10 here, but it will not be calibrated

Is this still on the Menu? Can't wait to hear what you think of this set?
post #98 of 520
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Why yes it is and it will be calibrated on wednesday a true shootoff to come.......
post #99 of 520
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Originally Posted by Chad B View Post

Yes. The main thing of interest is the blue dip at 20-30%. The only way to fill it in would have been to have even more excess blue at 10% if I raised the cut, or overall if I raised the drive. The red vs green error at the low end was dictated by the coarseness of the steps.
Also, keep in mind that CalMAN's tracking graph is zoomed in compared to Colorfacts and graphs reported in magazines, so the error looks worse here than on other published graphs. Each division is only 5%, whereas on many graphs they are 20%.

Oh yes, you are right. I didn't see that each division is only 5%. So, the measurements are really excellent.

Can you measure contrast ratio and black level with a chest test pattern, please? Because real black level isn't 0.00 cd/m². Only if you show a complete black image.
post #100 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Why yes it is and it will be calibrated on wednesday a true shootoff to come.......



You are the man!
post #101 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Why yes [the G10] is and it will be calibrated on wednesday a true shootoff to come

Thank you Chris (and thank you Chad, if you're the one doing the calibration duties again)... most awesome.
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post #102 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Why yes it is and it will be calibrated on wednesday a true shootoff to come.......

Darn,...now i might have to throw the G10 into my purchase options...G10...950...Luxia...hmm....decisions, decisions...
post #103 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Why yes it is and it will be calibrated on wednesday a true shootoff to come.......

Have you unboxed it yet? Any impressions?
post #104 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

I am not sure.....

Can you try, when you have freetime?
thx.
post #105 of 520
I really have to admit! The Panasonic G10 sounds quite good.

However, as I stare at wave forms on Protools and Logic for up to 5-6 hours at a time (which I will be doing on my next set), I would be the PRIME candidate for burn in (no matter how much better it has gotten). Could anybody give me their opinions?

Can't wait to see comparison pics! This year's sets have really improved in contrast and color depth! I'm glad I've waited so long.
post #106 of 520
Thread Starter 
Note the title change. Later today it is on "like donkey kong"
post #107 of 520
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Originally Posted by Cleveland Plasma View Post

Note the title change. Later today it is on "like donkey kong"

Of course you realize that you now have to provide screen shots of Donkey Kong.
post #108 of 520
Eagerly waiting for impressions and pics.
post #109 of 520
Good thread. If the pictures were unlabeled I doubt anyone could guess which is which. And even if you could, the images we're seeing are being filtered in several ways - at the camera, in scaling, and by whatever you're viewing them on. Can't make any firm judgements so it's nice to have the calibrator's thoughts.

I'd be interested in hearing more about the viewing angle degradation - at what angle does the Samsung's PQ begin to degrade, and how bad does it get? This is a critical issue for a lot of people and is often glossed over in these sorts of reviews.

Also curious about performance in various lighting conditions. How are the anti-glare properties, reflections? I've been shocked at the terrible reflections in the 2008 glossy screen Samsung LCDs. Is this the same, better?

jeff
post #110 of 520
Where is the fully calibrated 50G10 that is listed in the thread title?

Edit: nevermind
post #111 of 520
Thread Starter 
Panasonic TC-P50G10



Samsung UN55B7100





Panasonic TC-P50G10



Samsung UN55B7100





Panasonic TC-P50G10



Samsung UN55B7100


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post #112 of 520
Seems the G10 is showing more on the screen than the 7100.
post #113 of 520
*Angelina and Corvette sold separately*
post #114 of 520
Wow based on these pics, the Panny is the rightful king of shadow detail. The Sammy is dark, but crushes some detail.
post #115 of 520
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Originally Posted by wrinklefree View Post

Wow based on these pics, the Panny is the rightful king of shadow detail. The Sammy is dark, but crushes some detail.

It does. Wish some Kuro shoots were around. I am impressed the technology the Samsung packs for its size but a for sure nod to Panasonic.
post #116 of 520
Thread Starter 
Panasonic TC-P50G10



Samsung UN55B7100


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post #117 of 520
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by wrinklefree View Post

Wow based on these pics, the Panny is the rightful king of shadow detail. The Sammy is dark, but crushes some detail.

Samsung LED LCD is pretty much plasma quality.
post #118 of 520
Looking at those last pictures, I can't tell a difference....
post #119 of 520
Man that Samsung picture is bangin.
post #120 of 520
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Originally Posted by Skiingmaniac00 View Post

Looking at those last pictures, I can't tell a difference....

It took me awhile to find it, but once you do you'll see that the Panny shows alot more details in the dark, shadowy parts of the picture.
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