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post #1261 of 2546
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Originally Posted by smp0887123 View Post

Ok I am just about to pull the trigger on the CH01 panel but I first must know if it suffers from any defect such as light bleed or horizontal lines in screen on camera panning shots? Any help would be much appreciated

I am very happy with my UN50EH6000. I have had a Samsung LN52A650 for four years, love that TV, and don't see less quality from my new 6000 series. Just for your reference - I'd consider myself a middle-of-the-road videophile / audiophile. I don't sit in dark rooms with black screens looking for clouds or anything else. I get a TV, try to calibrate it best I can, and if I and the rest of the family are happy enough with the picture to watch the TV, I'm done. This 6000 series went into my finished basement - walkout basement with two large windows and double french doors, so it's fairly bright during the day. After about 50 hours combined watching across several members of the family, everyone seems happy. So my vote for your buy is to go for it.
post #1262 of 2546
So, I've been playing with my new 55in 6001 AH01 over the weekend and so far I've been unfortunately less than impressed. I started with HDMIs settings and made a few small tweaks. The screen overall just seems washed out, colors aren't popping like I would expect them to. This set replaces our older 42 in Sammy plasma so that's what I'm comparing it with.

Anyone else coming from a plasma to this set? I don't know if my perception is just skewed from watching a plasma for the last 2 years.
Edited by dperls - 12/9/12 at 10:48am
post #1263 of 2546
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Originally Posted by smp0887123 View Post

Ok I am just about to pull the trigger on the CH01 panel but I first must know if it suffers from any defect such as light bleed or horizontal lines in screen on camera panning shots? Any help would be much appreciated

Here are a couple of shots my my 50" CH01 panel. A little bit of darkening in the corners on extremely bright backgrounds is about the only flaw I can see.

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post #1264 of 2546
Thanks for providing the pics!! I really appreciate it
post #1265 of 2546
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Originally Posted by subguy812 View Post

I find it interesting that the BB site now has the 6000 and the 6001 on their site...both at the same price. I have been happy with the 6001, except for the slight pixelation around fast moving objects sometimes, I am going to adjust . There are no other issues with the set. BB has both listed today at 999.00. The people that have seen the set have also remarked at how clear the picture is and the whites white and blacks deep black.

I really suspect that the 6001 and 6000 are basically the same TV. Maybe Samsung gave BB a unique model number for BF sales, so that other stores couldn't price match them. Some posts from a few weeks back were very vocal that Samsung must be using cheap, inferior components on this BF 6001 model, and you get what you pay for. But they may have bought a 6000 model in October when the prices were higher and they are trying to rationalize. If they are so smart, then why didn't they wait until Thanksgiving week to make their purchase, when all models deeply discounted?
post #1266 of 2546
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Originally Posted by smp0887123 View Post

Thanks for providing the pics!! I really appreciate it

No problem. I think you'll enjoy this set. All this nonsense about the TS01/02 panels being the only good ones is exactly that - nonsense. Do you really think that a company like Samsung would build TVs with THEIR names on them with known bad panels? Of course not. Now that's not to say that there wasn't a QC problem with some of panels at one point in time, but its a logical assumption that those issues have been addressed.
post #1267 of 2546
I called all the local Best Buys and all they had was the CH01 in the 50 inch. I don't even think they have the other panels in that size
post #1268 of 2546
After many hours I finally finished visually calibrating my 55EH6030. This was my first calibration of a TV and I initially used the Disney Wow Calibration disk as I found the instructions easier to understand than those of the AVS HD 709 disk. After calibrating with the Disney disk I then did the calibration again using the AVS HD 709 disk. This time the AVS instructions made sense. It is amazing what a little knowledge and practical experience can do. smile.gif There were no major differences between the Disney derived and the AVS derived settings except for R-Gain. I found patterns A-3 and A-4 in the Misc Patterns section of the AVS disk to be extremely helpful in trimming back the red.

I looked at the uniform color screens and some of the geometric patterns on the AVS disk and did not see any vignetting or noticeable shadings except for around the edges which is expected for a back lit LED.

As the final test I watched the BD version of Blade Runner. I had watched portions of this BD disk on this TV before starting any of the adjustments. The TV has been transformed from a good TV to an excellent TV. I am one happy camper. It would not have been possible without all of the information that you guys have stored on AVS over the years. Thank you.

Now it is time to finish researching meters and software. But, I guess that is a topic for another thread. Any recommendations as to which threads I should read?

The settings I determined using my eyeballs were the following:
Samsung UN55EH6030 in a dim lit room
TH01 panel made by Samsung
Source OPPO 103

Mode Standard
Backlight 16
Contrast 90
Brightness 43
Sharpness 5
Color 38
Tint 46/54

Color Space Native

White Balance:
R-offset 25
G-offset 25
B-offset 25
R-gain 14
G-gain 25
B-gain 25

Gamma 0
Dynamic Contrast off
Black tone 0ff
Flesh tone 0
Motion lighting off

Picture Options:
Color tone warm 1
Digital noise filter off
HDMI level greyed out
Film mode off
LED Motion off
MPEG noise filter off
post #1269 of 2546
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Originally Posted by BMason View Post

I am very happy with my UN50EH6000. I have had a Samsung LN52A650 for four years, love that TV, and don't see less quality from my new 6000 series. Just for your reference - I'd consider myself a middle-of-the-road videophile / audiophile. I don't sit in dark rooms with black screens looking for clouds or anything else. I get a TV, try to calibrate it best I can, and if I and the rest of the family are happy enough with the picture to watch the TV, I'm done. This 6000 series went into my finished basement - walkout basement with two large windows and double french doors, so it's fairly bright during the day. After about 50 hours combined watching across several members of the family, everyone seems happy. So my vote for your buy is to go for it.

Thanks for your feedback. I really encourage everyone to calibrate first before posting any impressions on PQ. Factory settings are for the showroom, which are meant to be extremely bright and inaccurate. Once these tv's are calibrated, my bet is that 99%+ will look exceptionally good.
post #1270 of 2546
Thanks to everyone for posting pics and for posting calibration settings. This is great stuff! It's exactly what we need: objective evidence and post calibration settings.

BTW, I just glanced through the latest issue of consumer reports. The 6000 and 8000 series samsungs get the highest ratings for HD PQ. Not surprising, and exactly what I expected. The non samsung panel 50" also gets a top rating for HD PQ.

I guarantee you just about everyone complaining about PQ either:

1. did not calibrate at all, and/or

2. has a problem with a low quality input, such as SD broadcast, heavily compressed HD broadcast, or some other similar issue that has nothing to do with the quality of the tv itself.
post #1271 of 2546
Still wondering what everyone is using for sound while retaining the original Samsung remote for volume control...

I can't seem to get my Samsung remote to work with anything because of this optical cable nonsense.mad.gif
post #1272 of 2546
Updated*

And thanks to whoever said my settings were spot on!

In case anyone's wondering - these settings are only applicable for un46eh6000 version CS01 sets. They're a mixture of geek squad settings posted earlier in this forum, various setting suggestions posted by others, and some personal tweaks I made.


Even if it is a CS01 use these settings before you return it...
Movie
Backlight 15
Contrast 93
Brightness 55
Sharpness 30
Color 48
G52/R48
Color space auto
White balance:
25
27
23
18
24
24
Gamma -1
Dyn cont off
Black tone - dark
Flesh 0
Warm 1
Size 16:9
DNF off
Hdmi black low
Film off
AMP custom
Blur 7
Judder 5
Led motion plus off


BTW for all of you using size:screen fit - Have you read the manual that came with your TV? It specifically says not to use screen fit for extended periods of time - go check it out.
Edited by thelawson07 - 12/9/12 at 7:45pm
post #1273 of 2546
The warning is for 4:3, not screen fit. And it doesn't apply to LCD's; it's a warning for plasma tv users even though it's printed in all samsung tv manuals.
post #1274 of 2546
Re: the whole panel war thing, I found this article from 2010 comparing the MVA and PVA panels from the LE40C630: http://www.digitalversus.com/duels-battle-of-five-star-products-a966/samsung-c630-tv-mva-vs-pva-ap670.html

Basically the article found that the PVA panel had better colors, contrast ratio, and viewing angles.

I believe the Samsung panels are PVA and the AU Optronics and Chi Mei panels are MVA. Motion and other aspects came out similarly between the two panels.

If this article is still relevant to today, my only real concern in the panel differences is the contrast ratio. This article actually found a substantial difference between the two, with the PVA panel performing 1/3 better in that area.
Edited by nwener - 12/10/12 at 12:18am
post #1275 of 2546
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Originally Posted by nwener View Post

Re: the whole panel war thing, I found this article from 2010 comparing the MVA and PVA panels from the LE40C630: http://www.digitalversus.com/duels-battle-of-five-star-products-a966/samsung-c630-tv-mva-vs-pva-ap670.html
Basically the article found that the PVA panel had better colors, contrast ratio, and viewing angles.
I believe the Samsung panels are PVA and the AU Optronics and Chi Mei panels are MVA. Motion and other aspects came out similarly between the two panels.
If this article is still relevant to today, my only real concern in the panel differences is the contrast ratio. This article actually found a substantial difference between the two, with the PVA panel performing 1/3 better in that area.

There is an even more recent rating from consumer reports in their most recent issue. Even the non samsung panels, such as on the 50" receive the highest rating for HD PQ.

All of this garbage about "picture tearing" "crap panels" are just projections of OCD weirdos who never even took 5 seconds to adjust their panels properly. Notice NOT ONE of those posters complaining has since come back.

Either there is a conspiracy to distribute "crappy panels" with "tearing pictures" solely to the avs forum, while every outstanding panel miraculously made it's way to consumer reports, or the issues were really a projection of those forum members' OCD and anxiety kicking in hardcore as they projected every possible concern onto their tv's.
post #1276 of 2546
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Originally Posted by smp0887123 View Post

Ok I am just about to pull the trigger on the CH01 panel but I first must know if it suffers from any defect such as light bleed or horizontal lines in screen on camera panning shots? Any help would be much appreciated

With this type of mentality and anxiety surrounding your purchase, you are almost certain to find what you are most fearful of, even if isn't there.

There is no such thing as an immaculate picture. Every tv technology, lcd, led, plasma, dlp, crt, projector, has some strengths and weaknesses. I can almost guarantee you will be dissatisfied given your level of fear and imagined problems.

These are self fulfilling prophecies: if you FEAR problems, you'll literally concentrate all of your energies while watching seeking out a "problem" and find it. You will find it, be unhappy, return it, find another problem, post a bunch of complaints here, get tired of fixating on your fear of a less than perfect tv, then move on to fixate on some other fear.
post #1277 of 2546
Good info folks....I have the 55 inch un46eh6001 (AH01) and I'm retty pleased with it.....Still playing with the settings a little bit to see which fits best (page 37).... My question is this, anyone have this AH01 or which of the settings previously posted have the AH01..... I would like to compare it to my settings.....Awaiting the Disney Wow to final tweak......Glad I found this site,,,,great info.... Thanks
post #1278 of 2546
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Originally Posted by wedge5324 View Post

Good info folks....I have the 55 inch un46eh6001 (AH01) and I'm retty pleased with it.....Still playing with the settings a little bit to see which fits best (page 37).... My question is this, anyone have this AH01 or which of the settings previously posted have the AH01..... I would like to compare it to my settings.....Awaiting the Disney Wow to final tweak......Glad I found this site,,,,great info.... Thanks

One thought would be to download and print out the handy spreadsheet from Post #897 (Page 30) which TigerDave posted with several folk's settings for the EH6000 series. Then scroll through the next few pages and write in the additional settings several others contributed after like Plasma and Chicolm for example. TigerDave left a blank column so you can write your settings in and I added a couple more blanks as I messed around so I could keep track of what I did or didn't do as I made subtle changes. I also noted initially which TV each setting was for but it didn't really make a difference I noticed after. It will take a little time but it was well worth the effort for me as you'll end up with a dozen settings side by side to see the common settings used as well as each person's unique tweak. I know it was a great guideline for me to get started. Now, with that said, I didn't end up using any one person's exact settings as I don't personally think everyone "sees" the same picture when it's all said and done and obviously performance expectations vary greatly. I adjusted my settings from these to my personal tastes and environment. It was very helpful especially for a novice like myself.

I also have the UN55EH6001 with an AH Panel and while I was admittedly under my own self-induced "Chicken Little" spell of potential panel issues, I'm 100% thrilled with the set and picture quality. (I also just purchased my first BluRay player and can't wait to check it out on this bad boy when it arrives along with the Batman Trilogy Set I bought, too!)
post #1279 of 2546
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Originally Posted by photogold View Post

I really suspect that the 6001 and 6000 are basically the same TV. Maybe Samsung gave BB a unique model number for BF sales, so that other stores couldn't price match them. Some posts from a few weeks back were very vocal that Samsung must be using cheap, inferior components on this BF 6001 model, and you get what you pay for. But they may have bought a 6000 model in October when the prices were higher and they are trying to rationalize. If they are so smart, then why didn't they wait until Thanksgiving week to make their purchase, when all models deeply discounted?

I agree that the retailer may have given the product a unique model number, it makes sense. The more I watch the tv the better I like it. I had a full day of football. Before watching I made my adjustments on motion and I must say, myself and the 4 others that were here watching were impressed. I concur with others that have stated not to accept the factory settings and spend some time calibrating to your likes. I have the 55" model.
post #1280 of 2546
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Originally Posted by johncourt View Post

Thanks to everyone for posting pics and for posting calibration settings. This is great stuff! It's exactly what we need: objective evidence and post calibration settings.
BTW, I just glanced through the latest issue of consumer reports. The 6000 and 8000 series samsungs get the highest ratings for HD PQ. Not surprising, and exactly what I expected. The non samsung panel 50" also gets a top rating for HD PQ.
I guarantee you just about everyone complaining about PQ either:
1. did not calibrate at all, and/or
2. has a problem with a low quality input, such as SD broadcast, heavily compressed HD broadcast, or some other similar issue that has nothing to do with the quality of the tv itself.

johncourt, I read a couple of the reports as well on CR's web site but don't see any reference at all to panel type. Can you provide a link or some of the direct commentary that refers to that? For the record, CR does give kudos to these sets for PQ, but does not give them its highest ratings, generally in the mid 60s (out of 100). The highest rated sets - two 8000 series Samsung plasmas - score 78-79. As you can see from the report below, the primary complaints from CR are related to viewing angles and lack of features. This should come as no surprise to any of us as we all know that the 6000 series is not Samsung's top-of-the-line and in many cases, we specifically chose this model because 1) we didn't want or need any of the Smart features, Internet connectivity, etc. and 2) we didn't need 3D. That being said, I'm very happy with my 6001 (AH01 panel) and I'm not even done callibrating it. For the $799 I paid for this TV, I feel like I got an amazing deal. My only real complaint is that I wish it had a couple of more viewing modes and I wish Auto-Motion Plus was configurable per viewing mode, but these are very minor issue in my book as it only takes a few seconds to turn on AMP for football or other shows that seem to benefit from it.

In the end, these ratings should be taken with half a grain of salt. For instance, CR lumps LCD and plasma sets into the same category and generally gives higher ratings to the plasma sets, but plasma is certainly not the best choice for everyone. They oughta break it into two separate categories IMO.

At the risk of being flagged for a copywrite violation, here is the CR take on the UN55EH6000 from their web site:

This 55-inch 1080p LCD--the larger sibling to the 40-inch model also in our Ratings--delivers excellent high-definition picture quality. This model is in Samsung's EH series, which uses a new, less expensive type of LED backlight, called a direct-lit LED, that's a version of a full-array LED without local dimming. The TV doesn't have a lot of features, though ConnectShare Movie lets you directly play videos, music, or photos stored on a device or flash drive when connected to the TV's USB connection.

Highs
• Excellent HD image detail
• Very good color accuracy

Lows
• Limited viewing angle
• This model has fewer useful features than most

Detailed test results

PICTURE QUALITY. This model had excellent high-definition picture quality. It did a top-notch job displaying the finest detail. Color accuracy was very good, with images looking quite natural. Contrast--the difference between the darkest blacks and brightest whites--was good, so images showed some depth and dimension. In this respect, the TV was similar to most of the models we test. The brightness level was good, making it a suitable choice for most rooms. In scenes with subtly shaded light-to-dark areas, such as a sky during sunset, the TV did an excellent job producing a smooth transition without distinct, coarse bands. The deinterlacing and film mode operations were excellent on HD content; there was little or no trace of jaggies on the edges of objects for video and film-based 1080i content.

SCREEN REFLECTIVITY. The glossy screen surface on this LCD TV is susceptible to reflections from a nearby lamp or window. The screen is dark so it does a good job reducing glare from ambient light and maintains contrast even in a bright room.

VIEWING ANGLE. This Samsung has a moderate viewing angle overall, not quite as good as the better-performing LCD sets we've tested. The optimal seating position for best picture quality is directly in front of the TV. If your family is seated in chairs off to the sides of the TV, they'll see decent but compromised image quality.

When we moved off to the sides, the picture lost color, so flesh tones looked washed out, while black levels brightened, significantly reducing image contrast. Even when viewed from right in front of the screen, dark scenes were brighter at the edges due to the tight horizontal sweet spot. Saturated colors like bright red or green, such as you might see in an animated film, degraded less as we moved to the sides than more subtle "real world" tones, which showed more color loss. While horizontal viewing angle was fair, vertical was good. When we moved from a standing position to a floor-seated position, the picture showed slight change in color, contrast, and black level. Note that plasma TVs are currently the only flat-panel technology on the market that provides unlimited viewing angle, with no change in image quality regardless of where the viewer sits.

MOTION BLUR. This TV has Samsung's Auto Motion Plus, a feature designed to reduce motion blur, a shortcoming of most LCD TVs. With the feature turned on, it has good motion performance, with some blurring on our motion tests. With the feature turned off, motion performance was only fair, with significant blurring on our motion tests. On typical program content, the blurring effect is often fleeting and may not bother most people. But keen-eyed viewers may detect the loss of texture and detail on scenes with movement, especially in high-quality video such as a Blu-ray movie.

INTERNET FEATURES. This TV does not have access to the Internet.

SOUND QUALITY. Sound was good, fine for typical TV programming, but won't reproduce the full range of movie soundtracks and music. The TV has a good volume range with little distortion at higher volumes. Sound is generally smooth with good bass providing a full-bodied sound, though it is lacking in deep bass. The slightly uneven response yields a less open sound than the better-performing TVs.

CONTROLS AND CONNECTIVITY. Overall, we found the set very easy to use. Setting up the TV for the first time was straightforward, as was access to features and controls you'll probably adjust only once. Ease of access to features you typically use more often was excellent. Also, the remote control is excellent, and the on-screen menu is very easy to navigate.

Mounting the TV to the included support stand is easy, though the stand requires the assembly of two parts before mounting. You'll also need a thin Phillips-head screwdriver on hand to mount the TV to the stand. All buttons on the remote are backlit so they're easy to see in the dark. The remote's major function buttons were sufficiently large and have high-contrast labeling, making them easier to see and navigate. HDMI and analog cable connections made to the rear-facing panel will protrude beyond the panel's slim depth.

INCLUDED IN THE BOX. The TV comes with: a printed user manual, a quick start guide, a remote with batteries.
post #1281 of 2546
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Originally Posted by johncourt View Post

There is an even more recent rating from consumer reports in their most recent issue. Even the non samsung panels, such as on the 50" receive the highest rating for HD PQ.
All of this garbage about "picture tearing" "crap panels" are just projections of OCD weirdos who never even took 5 seconds to adjust their panels properly. Notice NOT ONE of those posters complaining has since come back.
Either there is a conspiracy to distribute "crappy panels" with "tearing pictures" solely to the avs forum, while every outstanding panel miraculously made it's way to consumer reports, or the issues were really a projection of those forum members' OCD and anxiety kicking in hardcore as they projected every possible concern onto their tv's.

I understand what you're saying, but I wonder if maybe you are going too far the other way. Are CH panels, etc., "total crap"? Probably not. But clearly they are not the exact same as the Samsung panels, and indication is that the Samsung panels may be "better" in a demonstrable manner. Of course, just because they test better doesn't mean you can actually discern the difference.

I guess what I'm getting at is, some people may have a legitimate basis for seeking out one panel over the other. But if you do end up with a different panel, that's not reason enough alone to hate your TV.
post #1282 of 2546
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Originally Posted by wedge5324 View Post

Good info folks....I have the 55 inch un46eh6001 (AH01) and I'm retty pleased with it.....Still playing with the settings a little bit to see which fits best (page 37).... My question is this, anyone have this AH01 or which of the settings previously posted have the AH01..... I would like to compare it to my settings.....Awaiting the Disney Wow to final tweak......Glad I found this site,,,,great info.... Thanks

I found using the Disney Wow calibration disk to be very helpful (see my post #1269 above). I would suggest you not use the blue cellophane card that is provided in the Disney kit. I used it and I could not get the correct colors. Going through the manual for the AVS HD 709 calibration disk I saw the suggestion to use the TV's "blue mode". Using the "TV's blue mode" allowed me to correctly adjust the colors. The things you don't know as a newbie. I think you will be surprised at the amount of improvement calibration makes. Good luck and enjoy your new TV.
post #1283 of 2546
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Originally Posted by nwener View Post

I guess what I'm getting at is, some people may have a legitimate basis for seeking out one panel over the other. But if you do end up with a different panel, that's not reason enough alone to hate your TV.

This may be true for the 40/46 inch versions, but for the 50" model, my understanding is that CH01 is the only panel that is used. Perhaps Samsung (who probably knows a thing or two about panel callibration) made a conscious decision to solely use this panel - probably the output of an equation that factored in demand, price, and picture quality.

I didn't mean to stir up a hornets nest here; it just bothered me that prospective buyers of the 50" model were going to BB and having the staff pull all the in stock units in an effort to avoid getting one of the dreaded CH01 units - and then upon realizing that CH01 was their only in stock panel option, they dismissed the tv as junk and started looking at other models altogether.
post #1284 of 2546
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Originally Posted by rgordonpf View Post

I found using the Disney Wow calibration disk to be very helpful (see my post #1269 above). I would suggest you not use the blue cellophane card that is provided in the Disney kit. I used it and I could not get the correct colors. Going through the manual for the AVS HD 709 calibration disk I saw the suggestion to use the TV's "blue mode". Using the "TV's blue mode" allowed me to correctly adjust the colors. The things you don't know as a newbie. I think you will be surprised at the amount of improvement calibration makes. Good luck and enjoy your new TV.

Unless I missed it (and I did look), I don't believe my model (UN55EH6001) supports blue mode, so I ordered a set of blue filter glasses from THX (they only cost about $4) so I could finish my callibration. I'm using AVS HD 709. Makes me wonder if the "standard" 6000 sets support it but perhaps it was one of the features left out of that specific version of that set. Even so, I'd rather spend $4 on the glasses (AVS HD 709 is, of course, free) than an extra $200, which is what it would have cost me to buy the standard model.

I also found it very difficult to locate the Disney WOW disk in a brick and mortar store. Rather than order it online and have to wait, I just decided to go for it with the AVS disc and it's worked out fine. Regarding WOW, I'd also be curious to know how much it differs from the HD "maximization" available from the top menu of some Disney Blu-ray movies (such as Disney/Pixar's "Brave").
post #1285 of 2546
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Originally Posted by chicolom View Post

Have you tried a factory reset?

Yes, finally had an opportunity to do this. Full reset. It was actually good for a few days, but just noticed it again right now.

So... call Samsung and have them send a tech over????



(See band at top of screen)
post #1286 of 2546
Thanks for the screenshot. It couldn't hurt to open up a case. There is definitely a possibility of a panel replacement.

With lcd/led, there's no telling what will happen if you get a new panel. You may rid yourself of that band, but wind up with another issue (vertical band? flashlighting? clouding?)

Being realistic, you may be exchanging one issue for another. And that's true with tv tech today in general, regardless of brand or tech type. Best of luck. Report back.
post #1287 of 2546
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Originally Posted by ryker99 View Post

Yes, finally had an opportunity to do this. Full reset. It was actually good for a few days, but just noticed it again right now.
So... call Samsung and have them send a tech over????

I would.

Or, if still possible, return it to the store and exchange it for another (may be easier than dealing with Samsung support).
post #1288 of 2546
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Originally Posted by jonny-zed View Post

Unless I missed it (and I did look), I don't believe my model (UN55EH6001) supports blue mode, so I ordered a set of blue filter glasses from THX (they only cost about $4)

It is possible that the "blue mode" was omitted from your model. On my 55EH6030 the "blue mode" is found under "Advanced Settings / RGB Only Mode / Blue". I only found it by accident. Good Luck.
post #1289 of 2546
Who's using screen fit over 16:9? What are the pros and cons, and why do you prefer screen fit?
post #1290 of 2546
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Originally Posted by thelawson07 View Post

Who's using screen fit over 16:9? What are the pros and cons, and why do you prefer screen fit?

Screen fit should always be used over 16:9 because it eliminates "overscan" - which is the technical way of saying you're not getting the entire picture because the edges are out of the frame. You might lose as much as 10% I believe. The AVS disc has a pattern on it which will allow you to adjust and see how much picture you are gaining and losing with each. A similar but less detailed tool is also available in the Vudu app on my BR player, but it also allows setting an overscan-free position on that app only, which doesn't make sense to me.
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