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post #571 of 854
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Originally Posted by Hectorcaliente View Post

@Djrmc - That sync plus program never worked for me.

I have DirectTV, blur -8 dejutter -3.

I feel that the motion on this TV is inferior to my other TV UN46B6000.

Idk, anybody else have an issue with the motion quality of this tv?
Cool I will try the Blu Reduction at 8 and Judder at 3 thanks for the info. I tried having a Samsung Tech help me out with the syncPlus app and he was absolutely no help what's so ever. I mean why buy a smart tv if the app that was made for the TV doesn't even work? So Hecto how come you feel the motion of this TV is inferrior to others? You mind posting your settings on here to see if maybe needs to be tweaked or not to get better performance from your tv?
post #572 of 854
So I have been reading up on Color Space for the Samsung TV's and it seems that even though Auto setting is recommended that Native Setting actually gives a little bit more pop to the color. I noticed when I turned it on that it made the football fields more green then before.
post #573 of 854
So I have been reading up on Color Space for the Samsung TV's and it seems that even though Auto setting is recommended that Native Setting actually gives a little bit more pop to the color. I noticed when I turned it on that it made the football fields more green then before.
post #574 of 854
@ Djrmc - the native color does give more vibrancy. From what other people have been saying w/ calibration from Disney WOW or some other disc, Auto Color made it easier to calibrate and achieve an accurate color setting.

The sync plus was suppose to work w/ yahoo, or atleast that is what I understood. I had it on for about a week and nothing happened. Went to the app and it was blank as well.
I don't know if anyone else has made use of it, and if so, what cable provider that person has.
post #575 of 854
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Originally Posted by Hectorcaliente View Post

@ Djrmc - the native color does give more vibrancy. From what other people have been saying w/ calibration from Disney WOW or some other disc, Auto Color made it easier to calibrate and achieve an accurate color setting.

The sync plus was suppose to work w/ yahoo, or atleast that is what I understood. I had it on for about a week and nothing happened. Went to the app and it was blank as well.
I don't know if anyone else has made use of it, and if so, what cable provider that person has.

I see. Yeah the SyncPlus App did the same thing for me as well. I just turned it off and said I am done with trying to get it to work.
post #576 of 854
@ Djrmc - the native color does give more vibrancy. From what other people have been saying w/ calibration from Disney WOW or some other disc, Auto Color made it easier to calibrate and achieve an accurate color setting.

---Having used Disney WOW myself, the Native cannot be properly calibrated. The color "boost" is true enough, but it is at the expense of draining the pallete elsewhere. Ultimately if you are not a perfectionist and do not mind you are "missing colors", Native certainly works. If you are shooting for accuracy, I would stay with Auto personally based on my calibrations w/WOW. 2 cents only...
post #577 of 854
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Originally Posted by JPC77 View Post

@ Djrmc - the native color does give more vibrancy. From what other people have been saying w/ calibration from Disney WOW or some other disc, Auto Color made it easier to calibrate and achieve an accurate color setting.

---Having used Disney WOW myself, the Native cannot be properly calibrated. The color "boost" is true enough, but it is at the expense of draining the pallete elsewhere. Ultimately if you are not a perfectionist and do not mind you are "missing colors", Native certainly works. If you are shooting for accuracy, I would stay with Auto personally based on my calibrations w/WOW. 2 cents only...
Now what if your Xbox 360 has a color source of RGB should I go with Auto color space on my Samsung TV or with Native. I seen somewhere that by selecting Native you are going with the true color that your source which is the Xbox 360 is trying to show. Is this true or not? Also on my Toshiba Bdx1100 it has an option to select a Deep color mode at 30 Bit, 36 bit or off? Does this TV even support that? Should I just leave it off or turn it to 30 or 36?
post #578 of 854
Okay so I don't know if this is a problem or not but when there is a dark scene going on and the camera pans up or down or side to side I can see these very faint shadow lines. I noticed this when playing Assassins Creed 3 on my xbox 360 during a dark scene and I was moving the camera around with the controller in a dark enviroment to test it out and you can see the lines they are very faint though. Then noticed it when I was watching Frankenweenie on Blu Ray. Like I said a lot of people wouldn't probably see it but my eyes noticed it. I use HDMI cables for both my xbox 360 and blu ray player. I really didn't noticed it when watching regular t.v. I have auto motion plus on when watching blu rays and then it is off when I play xbox 360. Is this banding that is going on from the t.v.?
post #579 of 854
Hi Guys,

Been dealing with Samsung support and they are clueless. I've been a huge fan of the site and figured it was time to join the forum. I'm sure one of the 6100 owners should be able to answer this quickly.

After adjusting the different settings for Standard picture mode and Movie mode, all settings are saved except for certain picture options. Digital Noise Filter, MP3 Noise Filter and Motion Plus do not save different settings for Standard or Movie mode. All other settings are saved independently for the mode except for these settings.

For instance, I should be able to have different motion plus settings for Movie mode and Standard mode? It doesn't appear that different settings can be saved under each picture mode. Thanks!
post #580 of 854
@samsungpwr - yeah, unfortunately there are some options that don't change. Now, the only time you can get different settings with the AMP and other misc is through different input (HDMi 1 vs 2).

On a side note, had geek squad calibrate my tv. It's free if you are a silver premier member. The results are way different than any of the setting posted on this forum and other websites. I'll post my settings when I get a chance.

IMO - I didn't like how it looked at first, but I'm slowly adjusting to it. You are not going to get vibrancy, and the whites will appear greenish. But the colors are accurate and rich. On my set, the tech did not have to adjust the 10pt white.
post #581 of 854
Hello all, I'm a new owner of a UN60ES6100. I just had my UN60D6000 replaced with this set and I'm not sure but it seems like this set is a downgrade from last years model. My D6000 had severe clouding and flashlighting to the point where Samsung replaced the panel three time with no solution. Each panel was worse than the 1st. Finally they gave me the ES6100 as a replacement.

The ES6100 just doesn't seem to have a clear of a picture as the D6000. The D6000 colors seem to pop and was more vibrant and smooth. No matter how I mess with the settings on the ES6100, I can't get the picture to look right.

JPC77, what is your most updated settings that you are using? Your settings seems to be the best so far from reading all the posts here and trying them out.
post #582 of 854
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Originally Posted by Hectorcaliente View Post

@samsungpwr - yeah, unfortunately there are some options that don't change. Now, the only time you can get different settings with the AMP and other misc is through different input (HDMi 1 vs 2).

On a side note, had geek squad calibrate my tv. It's free if you are a silver premier member. The results are way different than any of the setting posted on this forum and other websites. I'll post my settings when I get a chance.

IMO - I didn't like how it looked at first, but I'm slowly adjusting to it. You are not going to get vibrancy, and the whites will appear greenish. But the colors are accurate and rich. On my set, the tech did not have to adjust the 10pt white.


Interesting
post #583 of 854
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Originally Posted by axm438 View Post

JPC77, what is your most updated settings that you are using? Your settings seems to be the best so far from reading all the posts here and trying them out.

My settings have remained unchanged and I ended up using these for all 3 of my sources eventually (PS3, Cox Cable Box, DVD Player), though the original calibration came off of the PS3 using Disney WOW:

MODE: Standard
BACKLIGHT: 10
CONTRAST: 96
BRIGHTNESS: 45
SHARPNESS: 15
COLOR: 35
TINT (G/R): 50/50

PICTURE SIZE: Screen Fit
POSITION: Default

DYNAMIC CONTRAST: Low
BLACK TONE: Off
FLESH TONE: 0
RGB ONLY MODE: Off
COLOR SPACE: Auto
WHITE BALANCE: 25 (Default)
GAMMA: -1
EXPERT PATTERN: Off
MOTION LIGHTING: Off

COLOR TONE: Standard
DIGITAL NOISE FILTER: Off
MPEG NOISE FILTER: Off
HDMI BLACK LEVEL: Low
AUTO MOTION PLUS: Off
LED MOTION PLUS: Off

As a caveat to this however on both the Cox cable box & DVD sources, I leave Dynamic Contrast off as opposed to low, as the loss of 1080p signal on both won't allow for this to be on without a semi-significant loss of detail. Also Sharpness is set to 20 on those vs 15 though that remains subjective.
Edited by JPC77 - 1/19/13 at 7:17am
post #584 of 854
Hi
I want to connect my Mac Air to the smart tv, I want to stream movies & tv from the internet via my Mac & watch them on the bigger tv screen. I have an HDMI cable & a usb to HDMI converter. Just not sure what else I need to do to get this to work.
Any and all info & advice is greatly appreciated.smile.gif
post #585 of 854
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Originally Posted by JPC77 View Post

My settings have remained unchanged and I ended up using these for all 3 of my sources eventually (PS3, Cox Cable Box, DVD Player), though the original calibration came off of the PS3 using Disney WOW:

MODE: Standard
BACKLIGHT: 10
CONTRAST: 96
BRIGHTNESS: 45
SHARPNESS: 15
COLOR: 35
TINT (G/R): 50/50

PICTURE SIZE: Screen Fit
POSITION: Default

DYNAMIC CONTRAST: Low
BLACK TONE: Off
FLESH TONE: 0
RGB ONLY MODE: Off
COLOR SPACE: Auto
WHITE BALANCE: 25 (Default)
GAMMA: -1
EXPERT PATTERN: Off
MOTION LIGHTING: Off

COLOR TONE: Standard
DIGITAL NOISE FILTER: Off
MPEG NOISE FILTER: Off
HDMI BLACK LEVEL: Low
AUTO MOTION PLUS: Off
LED MOTION PLUS: Off

As a caveat to this however on both the Cox cable box & DVD sources, I leave Dynamic Contrast off as opposed to low, as the loss of 1080p signal on both won't allow for this to be on without a semi-significant loss of detail. Also Sharpness is set to 20 on those vs 15 though that remains subjective.

Excuse mate....but what color temperature are you using?..its not on the settings...hehe....nice settings btw.
post #586 of 854
Anyone have any tips for the wireless internet connection? I have the tv connected to my wireless network, but when I turn the tv off, the next time I turn it on, the Smarthub says problem connecting to network. I have to reboot my modem, then wait a few minutes, and finally the Smarthub works. This doesn't happen every time, but enough to be annoying. Anybody else experiencing this? Any advise would be great.
post #587 of 854
First thing I'd check is signal strength and radio interference for your wifi channel. You might want to take a look at http://www.metageek.net/products/inssider/ and this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nz0HmPcoj0 .
post #588 of 854
Is everyone enjoying this model tv Im a disspointed owner of a un55es6150, the 6100 pretty the much the same my issue is the judder settings I wanted to be exactly like the motion blur I can't stand this judder cmr fake 240hz crap.can anybody tell me a samsung model that has 120hz motion blur with automotion and not motion plus crap thanks.

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post #589 of 854
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Originally Posted by Lednewbie View Post

Excuse mate....but what color temperature are you using?..its not on the settings...hehe....nice settings btw.

The Color Temp is the Color Tone setting on this set (Warm 1, Warm 2, Cool, etc)...I use Standard on all settings.
post #590 of 854
Anyone still figure out how to use the SyncPlus App?
post #591 of 854
Had this TV for 5 months now but never bothered to even try SyncPlus. I actually googled it back then and got some vague marketing BS so to this day I don't have the smallest clue of what SyncPlus does.

Having said that, I am willing to try and help with it if only you are nice enough to tell me what that SyncPlus app is.
post #592 of 854
Why use a program that doesn't work syn plus us a joke.

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post #593 of 854
SyncPlus App is supposed to work when turned on while you are watching t.v. Advertisement links to buy certain products that a commercial might be pushing will pop up. Or if you are watching a t.v. series, additional info will pop up like polls, trivia, and additional facts. The thing is nothing happens when it is turned on. I don't know if you have to have a certain satellite provider maybe?
post #594 of 854
Hmmm, not sure why anyone would want that... but I'll see what I get tonight when I'm back from work.
post #595 of 854
Hey everyone, as promised, here are my Geek Squad calibrated settings.

Picture Mode: Movie
Backlight: 14 (originally 10, I have the Eco settings on at 8 and the the regular backlight setting to 14)
Contrast: 93
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 11
Color: 51
Tint: G49/R51

Screen Fit

Adanced Settings:
Dynamic Contrast: off
black tone: off
Flesh tone: 0
RGB Only: off
Color Space: Auto
10pt White Balance: Off
Gamma: 0
Expert Pattern: Off
xvYCC: off
Motion Lighting (greyed off)

White Balance:
R-Offset: 25
G-offset: 25
B-offset: 17
R-gain: 0
G-gain: 50
B-gain: 3

Picture Options:
Color Tone: Warm2
Digital Filter: Off
Mpeg Filter: off
HDMI Black Level: Normal
Film Mode: Auto 1
LED Motion: Off

AMP Settings: Off (however, I turned it back on and have it in custom 3 and 3)


The Geek Squad tech brought this device that attached the screen of my TV assisted by his calibration software in his laptop.

he did mention that all tvs will have different calibration settings (with some similarities due to the Samsung make nature).

Try these settings and let me know what you think.
post #596 of 854
Hi

I just bought my Samsung 6100 & It has horizontal lines running up the screen, they are white & ghost like. When I hook it up to the cable box they disappear.

What causes this?

How do I fix it?

One of the reasons I bought this TV is so I could get rid of cable.

Any & all info & help is greatly appreciated.
post #597 of 854
MegaPooty: Horizontal? or did you mean vertical?
post #598 of 854
Just out of curiosity does turning the sharpness down to 0 help with avoiding the faint ghost horizontal lines that are usually visible when the camera pans up and down or side to side during darker scenes or scenes with like a grey background??? Anyone know if sharpness helps with this ?
post #599 of 854
Is the un60es6003 the same as the un60es6100 but without the Smart TV features and 1 less HDMI? This TV would be replacing my Samsung LN46A550. I don't care about Smart TV because of Roku, and the HDMI is not a problem since i go through my receiver for HDMI switching.
post #600 of 854
Hi, Hectorcaliente

Horizontal lines. they are white ghost like & run up the screen, a few seconds apart. It does not matter what program is on the TV or if the camera pans.The lines disappear when I hook the TV up to the cable box.

I hope this helps.
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