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post #151 of 580
By the way the build month of my set is June 2012...
post #152 of 580
Mine is august
post #153 of 580
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

Mine is august

@Lamonsasa if your return period permits wait out the 7 days and please report back if the backlight setting improves anything...
post #154 of 580
Sure I'm trying that right now,

I have a question for u, do you notice the flashlights in daylight too? Or when there is like a lamp on at night? For its much less noticeable to see th flashlights in daylight or with some ambient light

But if I watch in the dark then it becomes noticable..
post #155 of 580
All I need now is a couch and a beer!!! smile.gif

Still some trimwork to do, but after that I'm pretty much done. Mrs Wrooster is tasked with couch selection, that is not my work item... wink.gif

On the topic of PQ -- I am 99% satisfied with my UN55ES6500. In all respects that I am using it, it is a very, very good set in terms of PQ. The last 1% is a *sometimes* noticeable "shimmering aura" around in-motion players in some HD sports broadcasts. I'm not even sure whether this issue is an artifact of the TV or the signal source, or something in between (my content provider is VZ FIOS). Nor have I spent any sort of extensive time hunting for an optimum set of PQ parameters -- the overall picture as I have set it up is great.

Wrooster




post #156 of 580
how do you know wroosters? take a photo of a black screen on your tv in the dark, then u can tell if its perfect or not.
post #157 of 580
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

Sure I'm trying that right now,
I have a question for u, do you notice the flashlights in daylight too? Or when there is like a lamp on at night? For its much less noticeable to see th flashlights in daylight or with some ambient light
But if I watch in the dark then it becomes noticable..
Thats completely normal, its only for viewing in a dark environment where you can accurately see the true black level of a display and notice any uniformity issues near black level.
Thats why in a bright viewing environment like at store displays, LCD/LED TVs look great since you can't notice a poor black level there.
post #158 of 580
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how do you know wroosters? take a photo of a black screen on your tv in the dark, then u can tell if its perfect or not.



Wrooster
post #159 of 580
im serious lol
post #160 of 580
Man, let the Wrooster enjoy his setup!

Looks good by the way brother, enjoy!


BTW to anyone who is interested and if you did not know if register you unxxes6500's warranty with Samsung.com before two or three weeks of ownership they will add 3 months of warranty to the existing 12 month warranty... Atleast that was my experience!...

I took a plunge and have a service scheduled for next week for my un40es6500, sadly only 3 weeks into ownership... The issue I called in was the excessive clouding spots on dark scenes and typically without any ambient light.. The tech will replace the defective part next week... I am not sure if they are going to replace the panel because they have not told me yet what part they ordered according to the Issue I am having...

Here is to hoping it does not become worse... I will let you all know the outcome...
Edited by battlekry - 9/13/12 at 5:44pm
post #161 of 580
Lol okay, btw battlekry, by setting the backlight to 7 the flashlight in the corner is MUCH less noticable.


i must point out again that when i have a lamp turned on in my room the flashlight is nearly impossible to see even when there is a black screen in that spot, i only see that flashlight when i watch the tv in the dark!

defintley try to set the backlight to 7 and brightness to 43 ,it helps alot.


i want to ask u , whats the difference between NATURAL and STANDARD mode?
Edited by lamonsasa - 9/13/12 at 7:15pm
post #162 of 580
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Lol okay, btw battlekry, by setting the backlight to 7 the flashlight in the corner is MUCH less noticable.


i must point out again that when i have a lamp turned on in my room the flashlight is nearly impossible even when there is a black screen in that spot, i only see that flashlight when i watch the tv in the dark!

defintley try to set the backlight to 7 and brightness to 43 ,it helps alot.


i want to ask u , whats the difference between NATURAL and STANDARD mode?

Standard seems to be the Energy rated dimmed setting... Movie also seems to be dimmed by default but it does not suffer from the "shadow detail" that dims black automatically.. Natural seems more vibrant closer to Dynamic but not so overly saturated..

Setting the backlight to 7 helped the corner bleeding but made clouding so darn visible!!! Having backlight set to 16 helps the clouding for me... It just beats me if having it set to 7 for a week like Sammy said would help in the long term?? Also when the set is warmed on and on for 15 minutes is when the clouding monsters come out...

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post #163 of 580
can you take a picture and post a picture of the clouding you are seeing?
post #164 of 580
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

can you take a picture and post a picture of the clouding you are seeing?

Dude I tried the other day but could not capture it that well...

Surprisingly now that I am not turning up the backlight from 7 to 14-16 like I did yesterday my clouding is back to being less visible...

Today I had me set on for like an hour and warmed up the set showed 4 clouding spots gathered up in the center less visibly... If I get a chance I will try to get them in a photo and attach it...

@ wrooster what type of wall mounts did you use in your setup? Do you have any problems accessing the HDMI ports on the back or the optical input or even the component/composite hybrid? I was considering trying to mount my set (Samsung WMN250M Mini Wall-Mount 2012 Models) in the near future but using a male to female adapter (http://www.amazon.com/HDMI-Right-Angle-Female-Adapter/dp/B001K38Z2G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347601719&sr=8-1&keywords=hdmi+angle+connector) to have my HDMI cable pointing in a downward angle to try and use the super slim wall mounts...

Having the inputs pointing outward rather than out to the side was a huge design flaw!!!
post #165 of 580
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1 more question:
When I watch movies on the HD movie channels (Red Riding Hood, Cowboys & Aliens) why are the outlines of people showing as a nasty green halo that quickly flashes during dark sceens. Anyone ever seen this?

Does anyone have an answer for this? I popped in Pirates of the Caribbean the other day and this happened like crazy during dark/night scenes.

FYI... i'm currently using these settings: http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/samsung-lcd-tv/samsung-es6500-picturesettings.html
post #166 of 580
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Does anyone have an answer for this? I popped in Pirates of the Caribbean the other day and this happened like crazy during dark/night scenes.

what happened like crazy? did u post a picture or something?
post #167 of 580
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Does anyone have an answer for this? I popped in Pirates of the Caribbean the other day and this happened like crazy during dark/night scenes.
FYI... i'm currently using these settings: http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/samsung-lcd-tv/samsung-es6500-picturesettings.html


FYI - I did a warranty exchange and am on my 2nd 60" tv now. Same problem and it looks terrible. How is nobody else seeing this???
post #168 of 580
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Originally Posted by wrooster View Post

The last 1% is a *sometimes* noticeable "shimmering aura" around in-motion players in some HD sports broadcasts. I'm not even sure whether this issue is an artifact of the TV or the signal source, or something in between (my content provider is VZ FIOS).



This is exactly what I have seen on two sets now. Brutal during movies especially dark scenes.
post #169 of 580
what panel does your es6500 have? whats the code? it says on the Sticker on the back
post #170 of 580
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

what panel does your es6500 have? whats the code? it says on the Sticker on the back

What different panel types are used?
Could you post an example of the different codes to identify which panels we have in our sets?
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post #171 of 580
Mine is TS01
Edited by lamonsasa - 9/15/12 at 3:24pm
post #172 of 580
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Mine is TN01

I read somewhere online that anything below 46 utilizes the S-LCD for Samsung and Sony.. When I get home I will see whatine is..

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post #173 of 580
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Originally Posted by battlekry View Post

I read somewhere online that anything below 46 utilizes the S-LCD for Samsung and Sony.. When I get home I will see whatine is..
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Well whoever said that is clearly wrong..
post #174 of 580
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Originally Posted by battlekry View Post

I read somewhere online that anything below 46 utilizes the S-LCD for Samsung and Sony.. When I get home I will see whatine is..
Sent from my SGH-T999 using Tapatalk 2

Well whoever said that is clearly wrong..

Mine is TS01...
post #175 of 580
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Originally Posted by battlekry View Post

I read somewhere online that anything below 46 utilizes the S-LCD for Samsung and Sony.. When I get home I will see whatine is..
Sent from my SGH-T999 using Tapatalk 2

Well whoever said that is clearly wrong..

I am not sure if I asked you this before Lamonsasa but what size is your set 40 inch as well?

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post #176 of 580
yes mine is 40 as well
post #177 of 580
oh im sorry i misspelled my panel code, mine is TS-01 as well, not tn01
post #178 of 580
Hi everyone!

Quick question that I think I'm just missing the option for.

I have 4 computers on our network broadcasting out some sort of media center sharing stuff, some of which are not mine to control. I would like to remove them from my source list but can't seem to find a way to do that.

Is there a way to remove them? Is there just an option to disable Wifi (I have a PC hooked up to the TV so don't use the baked-in apps for anything)? I couldn't even figure out how to delete the wifi settings so it wouldn't connect to anything.

Thanks!
post #179 of 580
Anyone have the issue where going from the app store, apps to regular HDMI input again, it doesn't recognize the HDMI input anymore?
post #180 of 580
So, Just got the 40es6500 today. Haven't had a new TV in this room in about uh, a DECADE. But, I have to say, moving from my 42" Panasonic Plasma EDTV, EDTV mind you, the image seems to be a bit blurry and fuzzy. Doesn't seem sharp in anyway, seems like a muddied image. Now, all I have done at this point is to adjust using some of the settings here. Thanks DAVE999Z. Those settings helped a bit, made things a bit clearer, but still the image doesn't seem, SHOCKINGLY as good as the image I had from the EDTV that only really have 480p resolution. WTW!?

I guess I'm going to have to get the calibration device out again and run through all the settings, numbers., etc..
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