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post #3271 of 3295
does anybody have a good setting for XBOX ONE since the console has a calibrator??
post #3272 of 3295
Hey guys, just wanted to ask a quick question/provide an update. My 46 took a crap and stopped working. Samsung - after lengthy debate - agreed to repair it for free. Surprise: they do not make logic boards for this unit anymore. So they have offered me two options: get 60% of my purchase price in the form of a check ($660) or they will provide me the un46f7100afxza for, only, $350. So my thought process was, un46f7100afxza for $350, or the LG 47GA7900. They seem to be equivalent models from competing brands.

Anyone have any advice?
post #3273 of 3295
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Originally Posted by DCann0n View Post

Hey guys, just wanted to ask a quick question/provide an update. My 46 took a crap and stopped working. Samsung - after lengthy debate - agreed to repair it for free. Surprise: they do not make logic boards for this unit anymore. So they have offered me two options: get 60% of my purchase price in the form of a check ($660) or they will provide me the un46f7100afxza for, only, $350. So my thought process was, un46f7100afxza for $350, or the LG 47GA7900. They seem to be equivalent models from competing brands.

Anyone have any advice?

I would suggest either going for another Samsung but upgrade to the F8000 if you can or the Sony W900A if you can afford it as they're both considered the best of the current crop of LCD/LEDs.
post #3274 of 3295
Hey all, I'm looking for an led tv to replace my 720p plasma because I'll be hooking my gaming PC up to my television.

I saw someone locally selling this tv for $700 cash. Does anyone think that's a fair price or is there a current model for the same price that would be just as good or better? (I don't need 3d)
post #3275 of 3295
what 700?? dude thats a steal... until this day i show off this tv everytime i have a party at the house...
you sure its this tv tho???
post #3276 of 3295
Samsung UN46D7000. Yep, I'm sure. I got it and I'm just not feeling it. If anybody wants the set I'll resell for $700
post #3277 of 3295
I just can't do the black boxes when my room is dark.
post #3278 of 3295
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Originally Posted by sruane287 View Post

Samsung UN46D7000. Yep, I'm sure. I got it and I'm just not feeling it. If anybody wants the set I'll resell for $700

what do you not like about it?
post #3279 of 3295
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heres my tv by the way taken using Samsung Galaxy s3
post #3280 of 3295
The pictures from the poster above me pictures #11 and 12 pretty much explain my problem. Extreme flashlight effects while viewing in a dark room. The blacks are anywhere from blue to grey to black while viewing in a dark room. In a brighter room the tv looks nice. I honestly just think I got the wrong tv for my application.
post #3281 of 3295
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Originally Posted by sruane287 View Post

The pictures from the poster above me pictures #11 and 12 pretty much explain my problem. Extreme flashlight effects while viewing in a dark room. The blacks are anywhere from blue to grey to black while viewing in a dark room. In a brighter room the tv looks nice. I honestly just think I got the wrong tv for my application.

you talking about my tv???
actually i installed bias lights behind my screen to have that looks to it....
post #3282 of 3295
May I ask what your picture settings are? I may have some suggestions for you that may be of some help to you...smile.gif
post #3283 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Mattyo1612 View Post

May I ask what your picture settings are? I may have some suggestions for you that may be of some help to you...smile.gif

Game Mode

Backlight: 10
Contrast: 86
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 50/50

Advance Settings

Black Tone: off
Dynamic Contrast: off
Shadow Detail: 2
Gamma: 0
Color Space: Custom:
Red: 39 0 0
Green: 6 50 5
Blue: 0 7 49
Yellow: 55 47 5
Cyan: 0 55 56
Magenta: 30 6 46

White Balance: 23 25 20 15 22 22
Flesh tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: off
Motion Lighting: off

Picture Options
Colour Tone: warm2 (sometimes warm1)
Noise Filter: off

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taken only using my Samsung Galaxy s3
(picture taken on game mode)

i have bias light installed at the back, and i have a light grey wall.

try they and let me know what you think about it and what you think u can improve.

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(picture on movie mode)

Movie Mode

Backlight: 10
Contrast: 95
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 50/50

Advance Settings

Black Tone: off
Dynamic Contrast: off
Shadow Detail: 2
Gamma: 1
Colour Space: Native
White Balance: 22 25 21 13 21 26

(interval) R G B
1: 2 -1 -3
2: 0 0 0
3: 0 0 -1
4: 1 0 -2
5: 1 -1 -4
6: 0 0 -4
7: 0 0 -2
8: 0 0 0
9: 1 0 0
10: 1 0 -1

Flesh tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: off
Motion Lighting: off
LED Motion Plus: On

Picture Options
Colour Tone: warm2 (sometimes warm1)
Noise Filter: off
Motion Plus: Clear
Edited by gearskin - 3/16/14 at 7:16am
post #3284 of 3295
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Originally Posted by gearskin View Post

Game Mode

Backlight: 10
Contrast: 86
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 50/50

Advance Settings

Black Tone: off
Dynamic Contrast: off
Shadow Detail: 2
Gamma: 0
Color Space: Custom:
Red: 39 0 0
Green: 6 50 5
Blue: 0 7 49
Yellow: 55 47 5
Cyan: 0 55 56
Magenta: 30 6 46

White Balance: 23 25 20 15 22 22
Flesh tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: off
Motion Lighting: off

Picture Options
Colour Tone: warm2 (sometimes warm1)
Noise Filter: off

*
taken only using my Samsung Galaxy s3
(picture taken on game mode)

i have bias light installed at the back, and i have a light grey wall.

try they and let me know what you think about it and what you think u can improve.

*
(picture on movie mode)

Movie Mode

Backlight: 10
Contrast: 95
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0
Color: 50
Tint: 50/50

Advance Settings

Black Tone: off
Dynamic Contrast: off
Shadow Detail: 2
Gamma: 1
Colour Space: Native
White Balance: 22 25 21 13 21 26

(interval) R G B
1: 2 -1 -3
2: 0 0 0
3: 0 0 -1
4: 1 0 -2
5: 1 -1 -4
6: 0 0 -4
7: 0 0 -2
8: 0 0 0
9: 1 0 0
10: 1 0 -1

Flesh tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: off
Motion Lighting: off
LED Motion Plus: On

Picture Options
Colour Tone: warm2 (sometimes warm1)
Noise Filter: off
Motion Plus: Clear

Now I know that every tv may require its own unique picture settings even if they're the same model for instance, I cannot be entirely sure that my UA55D7000 (Australian model) would benefit from the same settings as your North American model being a UN46D7000 however I can only suggest trying a couple of things which may make a difference.
So here it goes:
Drop the shadow detail back to 0
Set the Colour Space to Auto
Now the next bit some may see as a bit controversial by playing with the Black Tone & Dynamic Contrast enhancements, but I believe you've got nothing to lose by giving them a try...
My settings are further back on this forum thread if you're interested. I used the Spears and Munsils 2nd Edition blu-ray to calibrate my tv.
Good luck....
post #3285 of 3295
hey thanks for the feedback man,
yea i did tried your setting, and i play games alot games
and xbox has a calibrator color bar... and that setting seems to comes off on my tv?
things are too bright (llike orange color) and the red was not red at all...

maybe i'd try to get a calibration disc to get mine how i want it...
coz im a calibration addict if you ask lol..

actually those setting is from a website that reviewed the tv and its the best setting ive tried so far..
i never really tried using a disc to calibrate my tv, tho i did download a calibator and tried it, dont really know how to get deep with it rather than messin with the basic things
Edited by gearskin - 3/18/14 at 12:24pm
post #3286 of 3295
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Originally Posted by gearskin View Post

hey thanks for the feedback man,
yea i did tried your setting, and i play games alot games
and xbox has a calibrator color bar... and that setting seems to comes off on my tv?
things are too bright (llike orange color) and the red was not red at all...

maybe i'd try to get a calibration disc to get mine how i want it...
coz im a calibration addict if you ask lol..

actually those setting is from a website that reviewed the tv and its the best setting ive tried so far..
i never really tried using a disc to calibrate my tv, tho i did download a calibator and tried it, dont really know how to get deep with it rather than messin with the basic things

No worries, you're welcome
May I also suggest setting the white balance to the default setting along with the colour space set to Auto as I mentioned in the previous post. This hopefully should resolve your issues with regards to the orange colour and reds not being red....
post #3287 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Mattyo1612 View Post

No worries, you're welcome
May I also suggest setting the white balance to the default setting along with the colour space set to Auto as I mentioned in the previous post. This hopefully should resolve your issues with regards to the orange colour and reds not being red....

but do you ever messed around with white balance, color space tho?
Edited by gearskin - 3/19/14 at 4:45pm
post #3288 of 3295
No, as I do not have the proper measuring tools like the Calman series of calibration equipment to fool around with those settings, and I don't trust myself just to try to eyeball it accurately... and I wouldn't trust using settings from someone else's tv as I believe that it would vary from set to set. It would need to be professionally done to be accurate...
post #3289 of 3295

Hi everyone... I bought a led UN55ES7000 for my father a year ago. He's having problems already; and unfortunately warranty expired.

 

I uploaded a video. Any information/help/orientation is greatly appreciated as I'm not a tech guy.

 

Thanks in advance,

Martin

 

post #3290 of 3295
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Originally Posted by martinpede View Post

Hi everyone... I bought a led UN55ES7000 for my father a year ago. He's having problems already; and unfortunately warranty expired.

I uploaded a video. Any information/help/orientation is greatly appreciated as I'm not a tech guy.

Thanks in advance,
Martin



It doesn't look good judging by the video. But I would suggest that you try asking your question(s) with relation to that particular model Samsung tv on the Samsung UNES7000 thread... Good luck, I hope that you can find a resolution to your problem
post #3291 of 3295
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mattyo1612 View Post


It doesn't look good judging by the video. But I would suggest that you try asking your question(s) with relation to that particular model Samsung tv on the Samsung UNES7000 thread... Good luck, I hope that you can find a resolution to your problem

Thank you Mattyo, i couldn't find UNES7000 thread yet! 

post #3292 of 3295
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Originally Posted by Mattyo1612 View Post

Hi everyone, just wanted to share the settings I have on my Samsung UA55D7000 LED TV. I've had it now for around 18 months or so and the picture on this is glorious! I calibrated the picture settings using Disney's WOW and the Spears & Munsil High Definition Benchmark calibration discs. I found the Spears & Munsil to be just that little bit better at being able to fine tune the settings more accurately. Now some may not agree with my use of some of the enhancements in the menu such as the Black Tone and the Dynamic Contrast but I found that it improved the overall picture performance. Try them if you like, if not, well I guess it's down to what you're personally happy with.....

The first thing is to make sure BD Wise is off and also all the Eco Solution options should be turned off as well.

Picture Mode: Movie
Backlight: 10
Contrast: 90
Brightness: 50
Sharpness: 10
Colour: 50
Tint: G50 / R50
Screen Adjustment: Screen Fit

Advanced Settings:

Black Tone: Darkest
Dynamic Contrast: High
Shadow Detail: 0
Gamma: 0
Colour Space: Auto
Flesh Tone: 0
Edge Enhancement: Off
Motion Lighting Off
xvYCC: On
LED Motion Plus: On

Picture Options:

Colour Tone: Warm1
Digital Noise Filter: Off* (*Auto when watching normal TV)
MPEG Noise Filter: Off* (*Auto when watching normal TV)
HDMI Black Level: Normal
Film Mode: Off *Auto 2 when watching normal TV*
Motion Plus: Clear

I'm really happy with these settings, I doubt I could get it much better than this....rolleyes.gif

I decided to put my Spears & Munsil 2nd edition blu-ray disc to work again on my settings but this time trying to achieve the optimum picture setting with all the advanced settings switched off and I must say that I'm pretty happy with the result!
This is what I came up with:

Movie mode
Backlight 9
Contrast 96
Brightness 45
Sharpness 10
Colour 49
Tint G50/R50
Screen Adjustment Screen Fit

Advanced Settings:
Dark Tone Off
Dynamic Contrast Off
Shadow Detail 0
Gamma +2
Expert Pattern
RGB Off
Colour Space Auto
White Balance Default
Flesh Tone 0
Edge Enhancement Off
Motion Lighting Off
xyVCC Off
Led Motion Plus Off

Picture Options:
Colour Tone Warm1
Digital Noise Filter Off
MPEG Noise Filter Off
HDMI Black Level greyed out (Normal for tv only)
Film Mode Off (Auto1 for tv only)
Motion Plus Off

I'll trial these settings to see if I'm going to stay with them. I'll take it through it's paces with some challenging material to see how it performs in dark and really bright scenes, fast motion and I'll also try some material which is really grainy and so on.....
I'll give some feedback once I'm done.
Cheers...
Edited by Mattyo1612 - Today at 3:29 pm
post #3293 of 3295
you ever calibrate game mode buddy?
post #3294 of 3295
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Originally Posted by gearskin View Post

you ever calibrate game mode buddy?

I haven't as I'm not a gamer and don't own a Playstation or X-Box so therefore I don't ever use the game mode... but seeing that you ask and have now got me curious, I'll give it a try to see what it reveals. I'll post my results when I'm done.
post #3295 of 3295
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Originally Posted by gearskin View Post

you ever calibrate game mode buddy?

Use the same settings in game mode as what I just did other than dropping the contrast back to 82. Everything else stays the same as above.
Edited by Mattyo1612 - Today at 2:09 am
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