Originally Posted by markps2it
Great pics DarkGSR
I'm really interested in this tv, it looks amazing!
Did you take the pics in "pc mode"? Input lag seems a little bit high.
I'm an intensive gamer, and I'm searching a good tv to swap with my F96 (still one of the best in this department)
Is LED Motion Plus related to the "backlight scanning" feature? It can be a good compromise between quality and performance;how much it improves PQ?
Tnx in advance
As noticed in the 2nd picture, with LED motion plus on it cuts the lag to only 30ish ms. Which is very good. I have not tried it with game mode on either yet. Yes the hdmi was in 1 hdmi/dvi with labeled PC.
Originally Posted by alkoholik
I was really leaning towards buying the Sony KDL-52EX700 but after reading the so-so reviews I have turned my attention towards the Samsungs (either a B8500 or C7000/8000).
After seeing some of the pictures in this thread I am really impressed. Got a quick question for you DarkGSR - is that the C7000 and if so how did you get a stand that is not the "chicken feet" stand? I don't really like the look of the chicken feet and would prefer a regular slab. I'm pretty sure the C6300 has the normal kind but not sure about the others. Thanks!
Yes that is the C7000. Yes all others have the slab. I have my TV mounted to my TV stand. It came with the birds feet stand but that is packaged away in the box.
Originally Posted by delt31
Dark - as for the input lag - that's based on using the auto motion plus feature? I am a big gamer so input lag is a big deal to me. You said you played COD4 earlier - is that a problem if you don't use AMP?
No, that wasn't. You can't use AMP when in PC mode. It is grayed out. I haven't tried game mode either when playing on the PS3 but not too many issues so far when playing. I'll knock out some CODMW2 when my son takes his nap today. I'll get back to you at that one.
Originally Posted by gagit811
At DarkGSR I notice on the back for your tv the hdmi cords are bent. I worry the design of the tv will cause wear on the hdmi cables, as if you didn't bend them they would stick out the side. I plan on picking up the UN55C8000 as soon as they come out. All of my hdmi cords are thick n don't flex too well. I have even had an hdmi cord break at the connection end before. If you dodn't bend your hdmi cords do they stick out far or am I miss juging your picture.
Yes the stick out. If you have a thick enough cable it won't be a problem. I could let it hang down but I have it going through the spine of my stand to conceal the wiring. All except my coaxial cable.
Originally Posted by MIkeDuke
So in post 159, that first pick of the cherry in milk looks different than the second picture of the cherry in milk. To me, at least on my computer screen
,the first picture looks much better. Even with my glasses off. The colors look better and there seems to be more detail. Again that is what I think and what my eyes see. Which one is more "accurate".
More "accurate" is the first one. I was just tinkering around with the settings for the 2nd picture.