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post #211 of 2546
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Originally Posted by syntax53 View Post

I consider myself pretty darn critical of TVs (bought and returned *4* TVs before settling on this one) and I've noticed quite a bit of ghosting on various LCD computer monitors throughout my 20+ years of heavy gaming. I can honestly say that I notice literally zero ghosting or soap opera or any of those issues with this TV. Maybe I got lucky with my panel, but outside of the darker corners and some soft tones here and there (which I expect to be fixed once someone posts professional calibration settings), this TV is a winner for me.

I dont know if there is a panel lottery with the EH series but every one I've tried on different stores show the very same issue and also a limited horizontal viewing angle, depending on the image it may appear 'brighter' or to have more contrast on its left and right sections of the screen and when you center your head to the edge it shows you the actual 'contrast' of the image.

The limited viewing angle is more annoying compared to the very rare instances that I notice ghosting.
post #212 of 2546
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Originally Posted by Pandemonium08 View Post

The limited viewing angle is more annoying compared to the very rare instances that I notice ghosting.

I feel like the viewing angle on this TV is comparable or better than the $3,000 Samsung d7000 series TV I had at one point. Sub-optimal viewing angle and LCD's go hand and hand. You either go plasma and sacrifice brightness for better PQ and viewing angle, or get good brightness and decent PQ with not so great viewing angles in an LCD.
post #213 of 2546
I've had this set for about a month and the shadows in the lower left and upper right corners have almost gone away, and the other two corners seem to be getting better so I wonder if this might be a break in issue.

The lighter contrast that people are seeing on the left and right side of the panel also exists on the top and bottom. I happened to see a scene where the entire panel was filled with a light gray overcast sky. I have a 55" set and the lighter contrast clearly formed about a 2" band around the entire outside portion of the panel. I figured this was just the outline of the LED back light array. That is the only time I noticed it on the top and bottom, but it is there. I notice the lightness on the left and right sides only against light backgrounds when the camera is panning across the screen, and even then it's very minor and I don't really notice it anymore. I never noticed it when the camera was still. With that said, I think it's a great TV and it doesn't take away any of the enjoyment of the picture for me.
post #214 of 2546
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Originally Posted by djjaeger View Post

True, but EH5000 isn't available in the larger sizes (only up to 46" from what I can tell on the sammy website). I also noticed a 6050 series which looks the same as the 6000 but with the touch of color (redish) frame.

I just did some research on this myself, (I just bought a 60" 6000 series) and was curious about the differences. According to Samsung's website:

-6000 series has a larger contrast ratio (5,000,000:1 vs 4,500,000:1)

-6050 has Dolby Digital Plus/Pulse (not sure how this makes a difference coming from the TV speakers, or how it works at all, maybe someone can clarify? Mine is hooked up through an AV system...coincidently also a Samsung)

-As stated above, the casing color is dark reddish, hard to tell in pictures though (My old 2008 Samsung had TOC red, I guess it's kind of like this).

-And last, the "Specs" page on Samsung's website has a few minor differences, like showing codecs listed for the 6000 series and not the 6050; also listed is "Typical power consumption" for the 6000 (70w) but it's not on the 6050 Page.

I am very happy with the TV, It's an upgrade for me from my old Samsung TOC 2008/2009 model (LN40A650) which was an awesome TV (although Using my PC or Mac on it though the HDMI ports looked like crap, when I did that I used the PC port).
post #215 of 2546
Checked out the 60" at BB last night. Popped in my USB which had a 720p episode of Band of Brothers and an average quality hockey game on it.

Band of brothers looked good, except for the awful SOE that I couldn't get rid of in the menus. Tried setting AMP to off, and also to custom (0) and I still got SOE. I noticed some people here stating that they got rid of it completely. Is there anything settings-wise that I missed?

Then I tried the hockey game. That was an even worse experience. This is my first time seriously looking at an LCD (I'm coming off a Sammy plasma), so I'm not sure what all the terms are yet, but basically the players and especially the puck had trails behind them (ghosting??). The puck looked like it was flashing rapidly when moving around the screen. Granted, the actual source was rather poor and is just a random game I downloaded off the web, so that's probably why the image/motion was so bad. I'm gonna try going again with a better source this time and see if there are any improvements, but I'd like to know how hockey/sports fans are enjoying this set.

Other than that the image quality looked great on whatever was their own demo Bluray. Great blacks and adequate brightness.
post #216 of 2546
I'm a big hockey fan and have no issues watching hockey with this TV. Much more enjoyable experience compared to a plasma too, IMO. I like having white ice instead of gray ice. You want to set auto motion to clear, not off.
post #217 of 2546
Thanks, that's re-assuring since bad hockey is what turned me away from another plasma (Panny ST50). That and SOE are deal breakers for me, so I'll try again at BB before deciding.
post #218 of 2546
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Originally Posted by syntax53 View Post

I'm a big hockey fan and have no issues watching hockey with this TV. Much more enjoyable experience compared to a plasma too, IMO. I like having white ice instead of gray ice. You want to set auto motion to clear, not off.

Then that proves there is panel lottery on this TV.
post #219 of 2546
Anyone having any random issues with the sound cutting out and the picture flickering near the bottom for a couple seconds?
post #220 of 2546
Help help

Just I got the UN60EH6050F for Costco .

There are any settings to clear the motion for the live sport like basketball
Always I see a ghost and is very grainy

This TV has the worst picture when I am watching basketball; the picture is not sharp and is very grainy
I am using a high definition box for my cable company cox communications
When the game does not have a fast move the picture is ok but when they speed the ball the picture is really bad

Should I return this TV and buy a plasma TV instead?
post #221 of 2546
go to the samsumg web page to upgrade the software
they have a patch for that issue
post #222 of 2546
There is no new firmware for the 'auto motion plus won't stay off' issue for the UNEH6050 as of this posting. Only the Mar 20 firmware (original that shipped with my TV) is there. I've decided to return this TV to Costco and purchase a different brand, as I'm 90% sure that Samsung won't fix this until we're out of the 90 day return window.
post #223 of 2546
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by dgregryc View Post

There is no new firmware for the 'auto motion plus won't stay off' issue for the UNEH6050 as of this posting. Only the Mar 20 firmware (original that shipped with my TV) is there. I've decided to return this TV to Costco and purchase a different brand, as I'm 90% sure that Samsung won't fix this until we're out of the 90 day return window.

If you set the Auto Motion Plus to "custom," and then set the two parameters to "0," that should do the trick and keep the AMP effect off. You might also set AMP to "clear" and see if you like that setting (others have recommended the "clear" setting).
post #224 of 2546
UN55EH6000FXZC anyone have the white points settings i have a beautiful picture so far but like to get it at tops thankz.. Great tv by the way better than the LG 55LV4400 i had picked up returned it in 5 days not happy at all, this one kicks ass...
post #225 of 2546
Looking to pick this one up tonight, but have a quick question... will be running a PC to this and am concerned about the audio portion. The video is DVI->HDMI, however I do not see an Audio input jack on this TV. Would it be possible to assign an audio input from the Red / White RCA cable to the HDMI (PC) Mode or this needs to be forced through a secondary processing unit (Soundbar / Receiver)...

Thank you
post #226 of 2546
http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/produ...ad51d65427en13

hi there smkstang1 this is a picture of backside of tv
post #227 of 2546
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Originally Posted by gexxxy View Post

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/produ...ad51d65427en13

hi there smkstang1 this is a picture of backside of tv

Hey, thanks for the pic... I am still unsure though if I could do it. In the worst case scenario, I can get a soundbar for the house... got the TV anyhow. Lets see if anybody can come up with some good settings for it.
post #228 of 2546
settings if anyone interested:
Mode: standard
Backlight-14
Contrast-100
Brightness-46
Sharpness-28
color-43
Tint G45/r55
Advanced settings::
colorspace -auto
White Balance:
R-offset 30
G-offset 30
B-offset 30
R-Gain 38
G-Gain 34
B-Gain 33
Gamma -1
Dynamic contrast med
Blacktone off
Flesh tone 0
Motion lightning off
Picture options
Color tone cool
size 16:9
Digital noise off
HDMI level normal greyed out
film mode off
Auto motion clear 9 Blur Judder 10
Led off


smkstang1 these are my settings for now they work great...
post #229 of 2546
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Originally Posted by gexxxy View Post

settings if anyone interested:

Are these settings from using a calibrator?

Dynamic contrast high
Blacktone Darkest
Color tone cool

... are all big no no's in the world of tv calibration.
post #230 of 2546
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Originally Posted by syntax53 View Post

Are these settings from using a calibrator?

Dynamic contrast high
Blacktone Darkest
Color tone cool

... are all big no no's in the world of tv calibration.

no just my settings,,,,just passing these on they look good so if anyone wants they can use them there not from a calibrator,,,from my personal settings..
post #231 of 2546
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Originally Posted by gexxxy View Post

no just my settings,,,,just passing these on they look good so if anyone wants they can use them there not from a calibrator,,,from my personal settings..

You'd probably have more uniform contrast if you set dynamic contrast to medium and turn black tone off.
post #232 of 2546
syntax53 thnkx made the change looks better...
post #233 of 2546
Agree...pix looks better.
Thanks for the settings.
post #234 of 2546
Has anyone done a real CRT test to determine the actual input lag on this set? I am really interested in purchasing this TV but I am hesitant to pull the trigger unless the input lag is at most 16ms.
post #235 of 2546
i havent had any problems with this set so far motion clear runs great hockey looks amazing fast scenes dont jidder so far runs great made some more color tweaks and all i have to say it runs great its a fat babe but it hasnt let me down so far i dont know about this lag thinggy,,,but i made a great investment for my part...
post #236 of 2546
Which models have better PQ D6xxx or ES6xxx or EH6xxx? I would like to buy 55inch TV and there is a big money difference.

- Samsung UN55ES6100 is $1,579.99

- Samsung UN55D6000 is $1,259.00

- Samsung UN55EH6000 is $909.93

Any recommendations or suggestions will be welcome.
post #237 of 2546
My Panasonic 42 inch Plasma TH-42PD50U went out of service yesterday and I am looking for a Samsung 46" LED or LCD to replace it. Can anybody point to any good wwebpages or other sources to help me select which 46 inch Samsung LED or LCD would be a good choice for me?
post #238 of 2546
Jim1348 http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/produ...ad51d65427en13

go here and look around..i own this model very happy with it.
post #239 of 2546
I get:

HTTP 404 Page not found.

Can you please post it again.
post #240 of 2546
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