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post #2671 of 3295
How do you enter in Service Menu? I don't want to manipulate unnecessarily, but would like to know the choices and settings. Thanks.
post #2672 of 3295
Here's a raw shot of my flashlighting from lower left corner. This is with the backlight set @ 7.
It's been like this from the get go, i've owned this h303, since 1st week of feb/2012.
post #2673 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Deadhead View Post

How do you enter in Service Menu? I don't want to manipulate unnecessarily, but would like to know the choices and settings. Thanks.

You don't, there's serious risk and you void your warranty.
If you really want to, google is your friend.

I kid you not, a simple click left can brick your set. You might simply want to see what is in the next menu, and end up with a brick.
post #2674 of 3295
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Originally Posted by leftyguitar1963 View Post

Here's a raw shot of my flashlighting from lower left corner. This is with the backlight set @ 7.

lefty as per my pm, wait 2-3 Weeks and follow up, reasons mentioned in my pm to you.
post #2675 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post

lefty as per my pm, wait 2-3 Weeks and follow up, reasons mentioned in my pm to you.

I've waited 2 months, and tried all the various tricks to relieve it, as well as the severe clouding I have, still no luck. I'm not seeing your PM, can u plz send again Nitra? thanks.
post #2676 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post

No, you need to enter the service menu to enable "Cal-Day and Cal-Night"
And unless you know what you're doing, stay away from the service menu, every other click in there can brick your TV.

That is patently insane. How am I supposed to compare two different calibrations with anything resembling certainty? Or are you saying to stay away from the other areas within service menu?
post #2677 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Kadath View Post

That is patently insane. How am I supposed to compare two different calibrations with anything resembling certainty? Or are you saying to stay away from the other areas within service menu?

I would stay away from service menu period, it will void your warranty. Samsung service personnel have a utility that'll show any entries into the service menu(whether u changed any settings or not).......

If u want to compare, do one cal on STD & the other on MOVIE, then u can see the difference.
post #2678 of 3295
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Kadath View Post

That is patently insane. How am I supposed to compare two different calibrations with anything resembling certainty? Or are you saying to stay away from the other areas within service menu?

It takes 5 minutes to change the settings.... this is not rocket science.

Pro tip: do one setting on Hdmi 1 then do the other on hdmi 2. Then plug your sh*t into one, then the other.
post #2679 of 3295
How are H303 panels better than H301? I have a 301 panel with very minimal uniformity issues.
post #2680 of 3295
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Originally Posted by meh :-| View Post

How are H303 panels better than H301? I have a 301 panel with very minimal uniformity issues.

My H301 d6400(zero flashlighting/banding) had better quality than my H303 d7000.
post #2681 of 3295
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Originally Posted by leftyguitar1963 View Post

My H301 d6400(zero flashlighting/banding) had better quality than my H303 d7000.

It's a function of the smaller bezel
post #2682 of 3295
Can't wait for the 2012 model so i can get a replacement for this piece of ****, i'm sick of the banding and flashlighting... i go to my friends and i'm jaelous of their 700$ tv...

I paid 3000$ with extended warranty for this piece of ****...
post #2683 of 3295
I just bought a 2012 model un55d7000, anybody had any major issues with this model?
Also whats the best 3D glasses to get, because the tv doesn't come with any.
Finally whats the best and quickest way to check the tv out before signing for it, because i bought it online.
Thanks in advance for any info you can give me.
post #2684 of 3295
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Originally Posted by bullpuss View Post

I just bought a 2012 model un55d7000, anybody had any major issues with this model?
Also whats the best 3D glasses to get, because the tv doesn't come with any.
Finally whats the best and quickest way to check the tv out before signing for it, because i bought it online.
Thanks in advance for any info you can give me.


There is no 2012 model of the UNxxD7000
post #2685 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post

There is no 2012 model of the UNxxD7000

I guess i was had then because the seller claimed that it was and it came with these specs:

Full 1080P Resolution
Micro Dimming Technology
240Hz Refresh Rate / Clear Motion Rate 720 Technology
Built-in Wifi with Web Browser
15M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
QWERTY Keyboard included

Quick question could it be that its a 2011 model that was build in 2012 what he was trying to say?
post #2686 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Hangedman View Post

Can't wait for the 2012 model so i can get a replacement for this piece of ****, i'm sick of the banding and flashlighting... i go to my friends and i'm jaelous of their 700$ tv...

I paid 3000$ with extended warranty for this piece of ****...

I wasn't going to respond to this, but I'll step into it.

Not all TV's are without flaws, generally when on forums you will find more people with issues which makes the issue seem a lot greater then it is verses the numbers without issues.
You paid for a ultra thin screen with one of the smallest bezels on the market.

Samsung has sold millions of these sets without issue, there are a few that have some banding/flash lighting, a portion of those issues go away as the set breaks in after 3-4 weeks. Another portion goes away simply my calibrating the set and using the ECO sensor. Many people have these sets entirely too bright.

I have several clients with these sets, and I've only ever had an issue with one of the sets, it just happened to be the one in my living-room, Samsungs service was spot on, simple call to them and they got right on the issue.

I would suggest that if you can, take the panel back to your store, return it, and pickup a plasma, or something with a different backlight system, the older rear lit florescent would likely be a better fit for you.

Also, as a side note, I get that you're frustrated, but your tone in your post is not helpful, there are many easy ways to remedy your issues, and it doesn't seem like you've tried explored those much at all.
If your store won't take it back, call 1800SAMSUNG start the process with them.
post #2687 of 3295
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Originally Posted by bullpuss View Post

I guess i was had then because the seller claimed that it was and it came with these specs:

Full 1080P Resolution
Micro Dimming Technology
240Hz Refresh Rate / Clear Motion Rate 720 Technology
Built-in Wifi with Web Browser
15M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
QWERTY Keyboard included

Quick question could it be that its a 2011 model that was build in 2012 what he was trying to say?

The "D" in the model name is a 2011 version, it may have been fab'ed in 2012, but there's no way to 100% verify that. If the panel next to the serial number shows 303, there's a good chance it was made post 2011, but it's still a 2011 model. Also, the 2012's don't have the QWERTY keyboard.

The 2012's are UNxxES7100/ES7500/ES8000
post #2688 of 3295
Hows this set as far as input lag in Game mode? I have the D6000 and I think its still 60-80ms in game mode.
post #2689 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Danediz View Post

Hows this set as far as input lag in Game mode? I have the D6000 and I think its still 60-80ms in game mode.

About the same.
post #2690 of 3295
UPDATE:
Tech guy came and replaced the large circuit board after unscrewing the frame and then the panel.
Bluetooth problem fixed.
Very nice and polite guy. Made sure everything worked before leaving.

I can't pair the qwerty remote or the 3D glasses. But the remote side works.
I've done everything as far as reset the remote, etc.
The fact that I can't pair the glasses makes me assume it's the TV, no?
Any ideas?
I'll call Samsung tomorrow but in case anyone knows..
post #2691 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Bri in Mtl View Post

I can't pair the qwerty remote or the 3D glasses. But the remote side works.
I've done everything as far as reset the remote, etc.
The fact that I can't pair the glasses makes me assume it's the TV, no?
Any ideas?
I'll call Samsung tomorrow but in case anyone knows..

I've seen issues like that with low batteries or microwave interference, but not beyond that.
Try and do a full power cycle on the unit, as in, remove power 100% from it so it isn't in standby.
Give it 10 seconds without power at least. Also, when you're pairing, make sure you're close to the unit, iirc it was 20cm from the bottom left corner of the set.
post #2692 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post

I've seen issues like that with low batteries or microwave interference, but not beyond that.
Try and do a full power cycle on the unit, as in, remove power 100% from it so it isn't in standby.
Give it 10 seconds without power at least. Also, when you're pairing, make sure you're close to the unit, iirc it was 20cm from the bottom left corner of the set.

Nope. Still the same. Thx anyway.
post #2693 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Bri in Mtl View Post

Nope. Still the same. Thx anyway.

Have you completed the latest Firmware update over the Net form the TV?
Also have you tried to default your TV settings?
post #2694 of 3295
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Originally Posted by raistline View Post

Have you completed the latest Firmware update over the Net form the TV?
Also have you tried to default your TV settings?

Have the latest update.
Do you mean reset the Picture settings? -Didn't see the point of doing that.
I did reset the Smarthub though.
I'm also not getting the "signed in successfully" Smarthub popup but can get into the Smarthub using the remote side of the remote -weird.
post #2695 of 3295
Update: They're sending a tech guy. They know it's the TV because they asked me to see if my phone could pickup the bluetooth -it didn't.
post #2696 of 3295
Just got off the phone with Samsung and they offered me either a tech or a refund. I chose the $$$. I'm done with expensive, issue-plagued, non-existent qc products from them. .

Heather, who works in the "Office of the President", said "we don't do multiple exchanges" ?!? I know they do, but that's fine with me. I'll take my $$ elsewhere and never purchase from them again.

1 of my buds got the ES8000 and he's having the same kind of issues, such as terrible off-angle viewing, flashlighting, vertical banding, clouding, not so smart hub/browser, voice/motion control that's not ready for prime-time. Who needs such stuff anyway? It's all about the picture, imo.
post #2697 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post

You don't, there's serious risk and you void your warranty.
If you really want to, google is your friend.

I kid you not, a simple click left can brick your set. You might simply want to see what is in the next menu, and end up with a brick.

OK. Thanks. I won't even try it.
post #2698 of 3295
Hi all i just bought this TV online and it will be delivered on tuesday. Any suggestions for mounting this tv? make, model, type? Also since the tv does not come with any 3D glasses which ones would you recommend. Thank you.
post #2699 of 3295
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Originally Posted by indianlegend83 View Post

Hi all i just bought this TV online and it will be delivered on tuesday. Any suggestions for mounting this tv? make, model, type? Also since the tv does not come with any 3D glasses which ones would you recommend. Thank you.

Any Samsung Glasses will work providing they are for the 2011+ model of Samsung.
Prior glasses to 2011 won't work.

You don't need the expensive ones.
post #2700 of 3295
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Originally Posted by nitra View Post


Any Samsung Glasses will work providing they are for the 2011+ model of Samsung.
Prior glasses to 2011 won't work.

You don't need the expensive ones.

I went to Best Buy last week to pick up a couple of additional pairs of glasses. They had the battery powered model (non-rechargeable) for $19 a pair. Seems like a great deal if they have any left!
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