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post #2221 of 2546
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Originally Posted by bewlaybrothers View Post

There's no need for that. Menu-->Support-->Contact Samsung-->Arrow Down. On mine it displays Model, Firmware and Serial #.

Good to know.

Thanks.
post #2222 of 2546
Is there any reason why my "Size: Screen Fit" would just be greyed out? My only choices are 16:9 or different zooms.
post #2223 of 2546
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Originally Posted by UA55EH6000M-use View Post

Is there any reason why my "Size: Screen Fit" would just be greyed out? My only choices are 16:9 or different zooms.

...I know it's greyed out in "PC" mode.
post #2224 of 2546
Just got the 46" model so much better then the 47" LG I exchanged it for.
post #2225 of 2546
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Originally Posted by UA55EH6000M-use View Post

Is there any reason why my "Size: Screen Fit" would just be greyed out? My only choices are 16:9 or different zooms.

you also cannot use it for anything other than 1080i/1080p for Component or TV and anything other than 720p/1080i/1080p for HDMI... basically it doesn't work for SD resolutions and for 720p for non-HDMI inputs
post #2226 of 2546
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Originally Posted by UA55EH6000M-use View Post

Is there any reason why my "Size: Screen Fit" would just be greyed out? My only choices are 16:9 or different zooms.
And it can have to do with your source devices' output resolution settings.
post #2227 of 2546
I have a un46eh6000 with TS02 panel, im very happy with.. Anyone have good settings for xbox 360 gaming? The game mode built into the tv decreases pq, so im curious. Settings in general for the ts02 tvs would be beneficial.
post #2228 of 2546
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Originally Posted by blitty320 View Post

I have a un46eh6000 with TS02 panel, im very happy with.. Anyone have good settings for xbox 360 gaming? The game mode built into the tv decreases pq, so im curious. Settings in general for the ts02 tvs would be beneficial.

Same set and panel and I use the same settings on all sources including the mini-PC I own. Honestly I think it is one size fits all in most cases and those alternate modes really reduce your options too much.
post #2229 of 2546
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Originally Posted by bewlaybrothers View Post

Same set and panel and I use the same settings on all sources including the mini-PC I own. Honestly I think it is one size fits all in most cases and those alternate modes really reduce your options too much.

Are you saying you use stock settings? or did you calibrate once and just use that one for everything? TY for quick response
post #2230 of 2546
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Originally Posted by blitty320 View Post

Are you saying you use stock settings? or did you calibrate once and just use that one for everything? TY for quick response

LOL, one calibrated setting for all (the ones in my signature). The differences between my sources is so miniscule to me it made no sense otherwise.
post #2231 of 2546
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Originally Posted by blitty320 View Post

I have a un46eh6000 with TS02 panel, im very happy with.. Anyone have good settings for xbox 360 gaming? The game mode built into the tv decreases pq, so im curious. Settings in general for the ts02 tvs would be beneficial.

Game mode has the same image quality as Standard mode, it's just set more harshly by default. If you tone it down and set it the same as Standard they will look the same.
post #2232 of 2546
Hi,
I'm really leaning toward buying the 65EH6000. I don't need a Smart TV, just a TV that works like it's supposed and has good picture quality. I've almost scratched off the 65ES6500 due to image problems and the $500 difference (approx) from the 6000. The only other set is the Sharp 70" 650 that looks decent.

The Amazon reviews of the Samsung 65EH6000 are really good. I'm wondering also what is a good mount to pair with this set. I ordered a VideoSecu mount from Amazon but sent it back because the wall part was two separate pcs and it just seemed flimsy. Do you think a 2 stud mount (16" centers) is ok? Better to go with a bigger mount that hits 3 studs?

Are most of you satisfied with the set itself? I'm coming from an Infocus X-1 projecter (yes, it's cave man old) so really looking for image upgrade here.

Thanks!
post #2233 of 2546
has anyone learned about the new edge lit design in the F series models? new owners claim the flash-lighting/clouding found on ES series models is not an issue on these F series models
post #2234 of 2546
Hey everyone. I've read through almost all of this forum, skipped a few pages here and there, but finally got caught up! I started with a 5000 series and loved the picture, but it was a little to jittery with the lack of motion smoothing, so upgraded to the 6000. As I stated, I've read through most of this forum, but it has not answered my question: I've got the Auto Motion Plus set to Clear and for the most part it looks pretty good, but once in a while durring fast action stuff, I feel it could use more - however, Normal setting seems to be too much and it starts that fast forwardy soap opera effect stuff. And smooth is worse yet... I Want to use custom but not sure what settings to use. It would be nice if the sliders would show which settings Clear, Normal, Smooth use so I could adjust somewhere inbetween clear and normal. Anyone figured this out yet?
post #2235 of 2546
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Originally Posted by thekipper View Post

Hi,
I'm really leaning toward buying the 65EH6000. I don't need a Smart TV, just a TV that works like it's supposed and has good picture quality. I've almost scratched off the 65ES6500 due to image problems and the $500 difference (approx) from the 6000. The only other set is the Sharp 70" 650 that looks decent.

The Amazon reviews of the Samsung 65EH6000 are really good. I'm wondering also what is a good mount to pair with this set. I ordered a VideoSecu mount from Amazon but sent it back because the wall part was two separate pcs and it just seemed flimsy. Do you think a 2 stud mount (16" centers) is ok? Better to go with a bigger mount that hits 3 studs?

Are most of you satisfied with the set itself? I'm coming from an Infocus X-1 projecter (yes, it's cave man old) so really looking for image upgrade here.

Thanks!

I have the 65EH6000 and picked up a mount from Costco for around 90 bucks a couple months ago. Full motion,tilting ,Simplicity mount. Real easy to install,did it myself no issues.

As far as the image quality,pretty darn good for what I spent on it (1500 Black Friday). Almost returned it but dialed in the pic better with several calibration discs(AVS Disc,Disney Wow,etc) and tickled pink with the results.
So yes very satisfied. Not sure what the big deal is on the Smart TV features,I have a Sony with all that and I swear I've used it once, in 2 years,just to see if it works. I'd rather watch the tv and have my Ipad beside me to go "online".
post #2236 of 2546
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Originally Posted by lcann25 View Post

Hey everyone. I've read through almost all of this forum, skipped a few pages here and there, but finally got caught up! I started with a 5000 series and loved the picture, but it was a little to jittery with the lack of motion smoothing, so upgraded to the 6000. As I stated, I've read through most of this forum, but it has not answered my question: I've got the Auto Motion Plus set to Clear and for the most part it looks pretty good, but once in a while durring fast action stuff, I feel it could use more - however, Normal setting seems to be too much and it starts that fast forwardy soap opera effect stuff. And smooth is worse yet... I Want to use custom but not sure what settings to use. It would be nice if the sliders would show which settings Clear, Normal, Smooth use so I could adjust somewhere inbetween clear and normal. Anyone figured this out yet?

"To adjust the Hyper Real look to your image, I would first suggest adjusting the Auto Motion Plus and LED Motion Plus options in your TV's menu. Settings are based on your personal preference, so unfortunately, I cannot provide any incite as to how to set up your TV. I can provide you with a list of what each setting does.

Auto Motion Plus Settings:
Off- Switches Auto Motion Plus off.
Clear- Provides high blur reduction, low judder reduction
Standard- Provides medium blur reductions, medium judder reduction
Smooth- Provides low blur reductions, high judder reduction.

Custom- Allows for customer user settings for blur and judder.
Demo- Displays the difference between Auto Motion Plus 120Hz on and off modes. The screen after applying “Auto Motion Plus” appears on the left.

LED Motion Plus is found under the following directions:
MENU → Picture → Advanced Settings → LED Motion Plus

Auto Motion Plus is found under the following directions:
MENU → Picture → Picture Options → Auto Motion Plus

If these options do not alleviate the issue, please contact Samsung Service.

-MrSamsung"

from

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/UN46EH6000FXZA
post #2237 of 2546
Thank you.
post #2238 of 2546
Does anyone know how to open up cal day and cal night on this set?
post #2239 of 2546
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Originally Posted by dvdmd1 View Post

Does anyone know how to open up cal day and cal night on this set?

I do, but it only works on the 6030/6070, not the 6000 or 6050.

You can check whether your set has these modes by entering the service menu and looking for a section labeled 'Expert'.
post #2240 of 2546
Can anyone give any quick input?

I currently have a Toshiba 46L5200U got a Costco a little while ago. Actually, it's my second of the same model (took the first back for flashlighting and issues with stuttery game mode).
- Overall mostly satisfied, but it still has minor flashlighting and uniformity issues.
- My biggest disappointment is how it handles motion (from what i can tell, the panel itself is 60hz). I watch NBA and NFL quite a bit. I also watch blu rays... it's not unwatchable, but from what I can tell, there is more 'blur' than I want during action sequences.


Now, this Samsung UN46EH6000, which i wanted all along but couldn't afford it, is on sale for $600.
I just called a target and they had one left, a TS02 panel, in stock. I put it on hold.

Question -

- Would it be worth it for me to take back my Toshiba and get the Samsung, if my biggest concern is motion blur?

And yeah, I know all about how my satellite provider jacks up the signal and robs PQ, and that not all 'judders' and 'artifacts' are because of the TV, but the input signal as well.

Thanks for any help and / or input. I really appreciate it.
Edited by spooky mulder - 4/8/13 at 11:58am
post #2241 of 2546
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Originally Posted by spooky mulder View Post

Can anyone give any quick input?

I currently have a Toshiba 46L5200U got a Costco a little while ago. Actually, it's my second of the same model (took the first back for flashlighting and issues with stuttery game mode).
- Overall mostly satisfied, but it still has minor flashlighting and uniformity issues.
- My biggest disappointment is how it handles motion (from what i can tell, the panel itself is 60hz). I watch NBA and NFL quite a bit. I also watch blu rays... it's not unwatchable, but from what I can tell, there is more 'blur' than I want during action sequences.


Now, this Samsung UN46EH6000, which i wanted all along but couldn't afford it, is on sale for $600.
I just called a target and they had one left, a TS02 panel, in stock. I put it on hold.

Question -

- Would it be worth it for me to take back my Toshiba and get the Samsung, if my biggest concern is motion blur?

And yeah, I know all about how my satellite provider jacks up the signal and robs PQ, and that not all 'judders' and 'artifacts' are because of the TV, but the input signal as well.

Thanks for any help and / or input. I really appreciate it.


It looks like both sets have 120hz processing. Maybe the processing is more tweakable on the samsung...
I'm not sure what panel the Toshiba has, but it's probably a type of VA panel.

So, I'm not sure how big of a difference there would be.
post #2242 of 2546
Hey guys, been a while since I've posted so I guess that means I'm pretty happy with my EH6000. I had 2 EH6050s from Costco and they both went back bc of severe clouding on one and an unseated panel on the other causing a ripple. Got the EH6000 60" from Amazon and love it. Zero to barely any clouding whatsoever. I'm well passed my return window but I do have an issue that I've noticed since day 1 and kept it despite it being there bc I rarely notice it but was wondering if anybody could shed some light on the cause of it, chicolom, your posts are very insightful and hopefully you could chime in on this one.

I have some slight Dirty Screen Effect on the left side of my set. Nothing major. I only really notice it when the screen goes all white. Any other solid color and it's slight. The odd thing is I also have two ringed circles right next two each other about the size of a small apple. The rings are lighter in color. I find it odd that they are both perfect circles and right next to each other. Almost like something is pressing too tightly against the panel. Can anybody comment on what could be causing this and if a fix such us loosening a few screws would fix it? Many thanks. See pics below:





post #2243 of 2546
I've had my UN55EH6000 for about 2 weeks. It shipped from Dell with a AH03 panel. I have read thru much of this thread and the "purple tint " issue with some of the sharp panels. I am assuming that is what I have. Would anyone care to explain this issue and exactly what to look for? I was pretty happy after after I adjusting the settings using A Disney WOW disk, but want to make sure my set does not have this defect.
post #2244 of 2546
Ups, sorry wrong thread
Edited by rbmaster - 4/12/13 at 7:53am
post #2245 of 2546
I need help this is so confusing someone please explain why when i watch movies threw my PC HDMI dynamic and standard on dark scenes and movie credits the screen dims
But watching TV threw HDMI on standard and dynamic *all the same setting* on dark scene and credits the screen doesn't dim ?

I understand pc mode itself doesn't dim but when i use XBMC and set it to match my video refresh rate this unlocks standard and dynamic settings while watching movies i dont want it to dim though i want it to be like when i watch normal TV for some reason my screen doesn't dim.
Edited by demo23019 - 4/12/13 at 1:13pm
post #2246 of 2546
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Originally Posted by demo23019 View Post

I need help this is so confusing someone please explain why when i watch movies threw my PC HDMI dynamic and standard on dark scenes and movie credits the screen dims
But watching TV threw HDMI on standard and dynamic *all the same setting* on dark scene and credits the screen doesn't dim ?

I understand pc mode itself doesn't dim but when i use XBMC and set it to match my video refresh rate this unlocks standard and dynamic settings while watching movies i dont want it to dim though i want it to be like when i watch normal TV for some reason my screen doesn't dim.

There are lots of settings that dim the backlight. All those eco setting basically just dim the backlight when the screen gets darker. You can set them to a specific level of dim, that you can live with, or turn them off.

When I set this TV up for my mom (the 55in), I went through all those settings and figured out what they did by experimenting on light and dark scenes, and fixed it so that the backlight still got brighter with a bright room, and got dimmer at night in a dark room, but didn't get really dark on a dark scene, such as credits or a night scene in the movie.

I cannot remember the exact settings or what I set them to, but got it so I do not have the problem you are talking about. You just have to experiment and figure it out. It is possible though, there are plenty of settings to get the job done.
post #2247 of 2546
Its not the echo setting, i already disabled that

Im using the same exact settings for both inputs yet back lit dims for one but not the other makes no sense.


edit

figured it out was my video card setting. I had it set to YCbCr444
I set RGB and no more dimming

isn't YCbCr444 better for videos?

edit

nvrmind look into it more this morning still dimming
also explains why sometimes i get a wierd flickering on screen sometimes if the amount of dark areas in a scene are just right, the damn lighter areas flicker back and forth between brightness levels a few times a second.


What a stupid feature to put on a TV and even more stupid not giving the end user option to turn off and on
Edited by demo23019 - 4/13/13 at 9:19am
post #2248 of 2546
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Originally Posted by Steelman99 View Post

I've had my UN55EH6000 for about 2 weeks. It shipped from Dell with a AH03 panel. I have read thru much of this thread and the "purple tint " issue with some of the sharp panels. I am assuming that is what I have. Would anyone care to explain this issue and exactly what to look for? I was pretty happy after after I adjusting the settings using A Disney WOW disk, but want to make sure my set does not have this defect.

Unless Samsung has changed their labeling you probably have an Optronics panel not a Sharp. Sharp should be a Hxxx Version code. I have a Sharp and have not noticed the purple tint, or purple/ghosting problem. Somebody posted that if your brightness setting is above a certain point this problem goes away which is where my set is calibrated. Since it looks like you don't have a Sharp I wouldn't worry about it.
post #2249 of 2546
Fishing through the thread trying to find some calibration settings for the un55eh6000. Anyone have a good setup for a brighter room? Didn't see anything on tweakmytv. Thanks!
post #2250 of 2546
Anyone see this type of mess on there screen. I just purchased a 60eh6000 and there are these dark areas through out as with the most severe at the top middle portion of tv.JPG 67k .JPG file the screen
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