Originally Posted by felsi
Awesome pics. Thx.
Just one question: You mentioned that you have some more information about the C6300. Do you know how the remote of this set will look like?
And did you already see this LED?
Yes, seen the LED but can't say I've seen the remote. I didn't really pay attention. Sorry.
Originally Posted by MIkeDuke
Thanks. I will probably pick up a pair but 3D is not my first reason for getting this TV. I want to get my old Sony out of the room and the B8000 really impressed me so I thought I would go for the C.
That's just remember when buying them that there will be two types sold. Battery powered by Medical circular ones (2025) or the rechargeable ones. Of course Battery comes out first then weeks later the rechargeable. Yes, if you liked the B, the C is better and better buy.
Originally Posted by SAGriffin
Great pics. DarkGSR if you have time could you post your settings, I feel I am going the wrong direction everytime I started tinkering with mine. Thanks in advance.
My settings aren't tweaked too much but I'll list them tonight when I get home. About to go to work and study the playbook for the launch next week.
Originally Posted by delt31
1) same request here - i would like to get your settings
2) does anyone know if my usb wifi stick (official samsung) that I bought for the LNA750 will work with this tv? I know it doesn't have built in wifi so I don't want to buy another one.
3) I see there are a few options when selecting 3d. One option is a picture of one person, the other two are two people split vertically and horizontal. What are these options about?
4) This tv will fit on my existing wall mount right? The one I used with my LNA750? BB guy said yes but they aren't the most reliable.
1- I will do tonight
2- It should work yes.
3- Depends on the source and which "effect" you are looking for. More or less, the 2D-3D convert isn't full 3D, just layers the image pretty much. Makes the middle pop out but that is all.
4- Yes it will fit but you will need rubber stoppers. As I stated before the holes for the mount in the LED are a good amount shallower.