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post #1681 of 2159
All very well, but:

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post #1682 of 2159
Same story here, no version mentioned on the sticker:

post #1683 of 2159
Unfortunatelly this is common in european countries.
No panel code on the box nor at the back of the TV.
My UE32F5000 also has no code printed on neither sticker.
Only place to know what is the panel is within service menu or to take a look at the screen pixels with a loupe, either method requires taking the TV out of the box and turn it ON.
post #1684 of 2159
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Originally Posted by reallynotnick View Post


Yeah I just found a U model at Target today but didn't feel like risking it. Really curious if it is any good.

 

I just bought a version code UD03. I confirmed via the Service Menu that it comes with a Samsung Panel.

post #1685 of 2159
Hello,

I may be in the wrong location but I figure I will start here. I currently have an Oppo BDP103, Synology DS413j and a wireless router that all reside in my living room. Both the BDP 103 and the DS413j are hard wired directly to my wireless router. The DS413j contains backups of all my blu-ray movies (avchd/bdmv/certificate folder structure) and I am able to watch my blu-ray backups on my TV in the living room. My question is, I just recently purchased a TV for my bedroom (Samsung UN32EH5300) which is a smart tv and I was wondering how I can go about playing those same blu-ray backups on the TV in the bedroom? Any ideas?
post #1686 of 2159
New firmware just appeared. Who will be the guinea pig?

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/UN40EH5300FXZA

Click the Downloads tab, then the Firmware tab, then the + next to the Upgrade File and it will expand into this.

1 This firmware is for TV Model(s):EH4500 / EH5300 / ES6100-7150
2 The version is 1037.1
3 This firmware update will improve the following:

- Resolves issue Netfilx doesn''t log on

- Support Samsung Link

- Support Verizon Apps

- Support Netflix 3.2 codec

- Resolves picture shaking and line noise on 1080p source.

- Supports Yahoo SyncPlus app..

- Resolves escaping issue while watching movie on VUDU.

- Resolves issue Cinemanow does not play certain title.

- Resolves compatibility issue with DLNA devices.

- Improves picture quality.

- Supports Samsung wireless audio dock (WAD) - * series ES6500 and above only

- Solves the problem closed caption does not show.

UPDATE:
Installed it. Things like Verizon Fios, HDHomeRun and presumably the other internet-based video providers aren't skipping like they were. Had firmware 1034. HOWEVER, on the Fios app the volume is very low. I have to crank it up to like 75 for it to be reasonable. Normally I have it set around 30.
Edited by M509272 - 11/14/13 at 3:05pm
post #1687 of 2159
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Originally Posted by bd6675 View Post

Hello,

I may be in the wrong location but I figure I will start here. I currently have an Oppo BDP103, Synology DS413j and a wireless router that all reside in my living room. Both the BDP 103 and the DS413j are hard wired directly to my wireless router. The DS413j contains backups of all my blu-ray movies (avchd/bdmv/certificate folder structure) and I am able to watch my blu-ray backups on my TV in the living room. My question is, I just recently purchased a TV for my bedroom (Samsung UN32EH5300) which is a smart tv and I was wondering how I can go about playing those same blu-ray backups on the TV in the bedroom? Any ideas?
If you want to connect wirelessly you might be able to get a dongle for the Samsung, or use something like a TP-Link TP-WR702n (which can be configured to connect to the WiFi and provide an Ethernet connection). Alternatively use HomePlug (I prefer Devolo).
post #1688 of 2159
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Originally Posted by M509272 View Post

New firmware just appeared. Who will be the guinea pig?

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/UN40EH5300FXZA

1 This firmware is for TV Model(s):EH4500 / EH5300 / ES6100-7150
2 The version is 1037.1
3 This firmware update will improve the following:

- Resolves issue Netfilx doesn''t log on

- Support Samsung Link

- Support Verizon Apps

- Support Netflix 3.2 codec

- Resolves picture shaking and line noise on 1080p source.

- Supports Yahoo SyncPlus app..

- Resolves escaping issue while watching movie on VUDU.

- Resolves issue Cinemanow does not play certain title.

- Resolves compatibility issue with DLNA devices.

- Improves picture quality.

- Supports Samsung wireless audio dock (WAD) - * series ES6500 and above only

- Solves the problem closed caption does not show.

UPDATE:
Installed it. Things like Verizon Fios, HDHomeRun and presumably the other internet-based video providers aren't skipping like they were. Had firmware 1034. HOWEVER, on the Fios app the volume is very low. I have to crank it up to like 75 for it to be reasonable. Normally I have it set around 30.

One question:

Is it possible to find the same info for the F5000 firmware updates?

Sorry if these are stupid questions but I ca't find that info anywhere...

Shame on me!!!
Nevermind my stupid questions I figured it out lol.


EDIT: Actually I only found such info for the smart tv series but can't find anything for the F5000 so my question still remains... frown.gif
Edited by kkl10 - 11/14/13 at 3:09pm
post #1689 of 2159
Guys my monitor just died so I think I'm going to go to walmart (hate to buy from there but not sure I have another option) to pick one of these up ...

What is the latest news on what I should look for, sticker wise, to know which panel I'm getting here in the U.S.? Yes, I know it is mentioned in this thread but the thread is quite long ...
post #1690 of 2159
I connected my 32'' EH5000 to PC via HDMI, graphic card is ATI 6570 (latest drivers) and when I play a movie I can notice a slight lag, it's really annoying. Is there are a way to fix this?
post #1691 of 2159
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Originally Posted by 12none View Post

In the service menu there should be a place labeled "Type:" this is the panel identification. For example, my set shows "Type: 50P6AF0D" with the P indicating it has a ChiMei panel. If you wouldn't mind sharing, what is the listed panel type for your tv with version TH02?

Samsung 2012 (Taken from AVForums)

E-CCFL
EH-Direct LED
ES-Edge LED

In service menu
Vendor:
A:Samsung
H:Sharp
P:CMI
R:AUO

Alright question time, if this has been answered already I'm sorry, but 50+ pages of info takes a long time to sift through.

I have a 32" Model# UN32EH4003F (Version EH01)
When I do the menu and pull up the info it tells me the "Type" is 32B6AHOD

So far I've seen the codes as mentioned A, H, P and R but nothing for a B any help?

I'm trying to figure this out because right now I'm looking at buying a Samsung UN40EH5300 or an LG 42LN5300 to replace my old TV Primary use would be TV and PS3/PS4
I figured I'd use my 32" samsung that's currently in the bedroom as a "Test" to figure this out, and so far I'm coming up empty. lol
post #1692 of 2159

Hi guys, first sorry for my English is very bad.

 

My brother modify some of the service menu and now my samsung tv ue32eh5000wxxc, showing very saturated colors, one would ask a few shots of some user settings.

Thank you.

post #1693 of 2159
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Originally Posted by xarlyman View Post

Hi guys, first sorry for my English is very bad.

My brother modify some of the service menu and now my samsung tv ue32eh5000wxxc, showing very saturated colors, one would ask a few shots of some user settings.
Thank you.

Hello there,

Can you say exactly which service menu settings you need?
I have the service manual of the UNEH5000 and may be able to help...
If you search in this thread you may be able to find the service manual, I think...
post #1694 of 2159
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Originally Posted by kkl10 View Post


Hello there,

Can you say exactly which service menu settings you need?
I have the service manual of the UNEH5000 and may be able to help...
If you search in this thread you may be able to find the service manual, I think...

do not know, my brother does not know that change

 

I think it's option> type, option>Tuner, option> front color, Control> sub option> RF Mute Time.

He does not remember if he changed anymore.

Thanks fellow


Edited by xarlyman - 11/26/13 at 1:53pm
post #1695 of 2159

kkl10, I downloaded the Manual Un40eh5000f but putting the parameters that appear not work there, I guess it will be because of differences regarding uexxeh5000


Edited by xarlyman - 11/26/13 at 2:57pm
post #1696 of 2159
Hmm, some of those settings appear to be region specific so telling the settings on the american version won't help I'm affraid...
Those settings shouldn't be messed up with, what was he thinkng?!
But I can't see how any of those settings could change color saturation on the screen...
I'd suggest you do a factory reset before anything and if it corrects your problem don't go to service menu anymore.

If it doesn't improve things, all I can say is that Option > Type should be set to "32A6AF0D".
The tuner would depend on your country, you can figure this out.
For the other settings see if copying from here helps.

TRY A FACTORY RESET FIRST!
post #1697 of 2159

I've reset to factory defaults and does not improve

 

the region panel don't is the same in EU the problem persist 

 

thanks kkl10


Edited by xarlyman - 11/26/13 at 3:31pm
post #1698 of 2159
Before I leave just want to advise you to make sure that your "ADC Result" menu values match the ones on the link I gave you.
Can't help you any further ...
post #1699 of 2159

not match, I put them in a little better but still awful sharpness

post #1700 of 2159
We bought a Samsung 40" LN-T4053H for $1299 back in 2007 (and had the capacitors replaced) and have been very happy with it. Now we're watching more TV in a different room and the TV there is a 25" Toshiba CRT. I was thinking of getting another TV and was looking at the newer Samsungs.

Several stores have the 40" UN40EH5300 unit as a sub-$400 Black Friday special. We don't need anything extra large or super sophisticated, so I was wondering if the EH5300 is generally regarded as a good value for the features offered or if I should keep looking (or look for another specific model).

Thanks for any advice.
post #1701 of 2159
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Originally Posted by xarlyman View Post

not match, I put them in a little better but still awful sharpness

Is it still under warranty? You could play dumb, call for service, and see if they could fix your sharpness/color issues because it just happened and you don't know why. Just don't tell them that you messed with the Service Menu because that usually voids your warranty if you have one. Entering into the Service Menu is never recommended because you can brick your tv.
post #1702 of 2159

I've had my EH5300 for about 3 months and it has recently developed a problem: sometimes when I try to turn it off (either by the remote or by the controller built into the bottom edge of the TV itself), the TV shuts off and immediately re-starts. When this happens, the time and date settings are wiped and I have to re-enter them. Even if I unplug the TV, when I plug it back in again, it will turn itself on. This problem is intermittent, and I've been unable to figure out what may be causing it. After talking to customer support, they want me to ship it back to their 'carry-in' service center in New Jersey (I live in New Mexico); I'm not looking forward to doing so. Has anybody else experienced this situation?

post #1703 of 2159
Is US law different from UK / EU law? Over here it is the retailer who is responsible for faulty goods and replacement or refund under the Sale of Goods Act.
post #1704 of 2159
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Originally Posted by Otto Pylot View Post


Is it still under warranty? You could play dumb, call for service, and see if they could fix your sharpness/color issues because it just happened and you don't know why. Just don't tell them that you messed with the Service Menu because that usually voids your warranty if you have one. Entering into the Service Menu is never recommended because you can brick your tv.

Already on it, thank you very much for the help friend.

post #1705 of 2159
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Originally Posted by crashbot View Post

Is US law different from UK / EU law? Over here it is the retailer who is responsible for faulty goods and replacement or refund under the Sale of Goods Act.


It the States, it varies. I bought it from Amazon, so one way or another, I'm going to have to ship it somewhere.

post #1706 of 2159

Does anyone have any recommended settings for gaming? I just hooked up my ps4 to my EH5300 and can't seem to get the best settings. Thanks

post #1707 of 2159
Hello guys, I have a samsung tv ue32eh5300 and I would like to know if it is possible to enable the recording of TV channels by usb hard disk.
Thanx in advance.
post #1708 of 2159

Hey guys

 

I messed up the picture settings. I entered in service menu just for curiousity, and went in HDMI Calibration. I tried to stop that pressing the return button, but it doesn't work. After that, showed "HDMI Calibration FAILED", so I just turned off the TV and turn it on again. Now, the HDMI image is strange. There's more red than other colors (I fixed that) and the contrast (or brightness, I don't know) is too "ugly". I tried to fix it in the normal menu of TV, but the image still ugly. 

How can I fix that?
Can you help me sending me the setting sof WB and the ADC results, something like that, to fix it

 

Sorry for the terrible english.

post #1709 of 2159
schmitts, use the ADC Results from here and see if it corrects your issue.
First write down your current settings so in case it doesn't correct the issue you can always turn back.
HDMI calibration should never be messed with, the only way to make the calibration run successfully is by loading a particular checkerboard pattern through HDMI.
Usually this is done already in the factory, I think.
post #1710 of 2159
@schmitts - as I suggested to xarlyman above who ventured into the SM as well, if you're still under warranty, play dumb and call for service. Don't tell them that you entered the SM (which usually voids your warranty) and see if they can fix it. As mentioned, a lot of SM settings are set at the factory and it's not always a simple thing as putting the settings back to what they were before because they could be different for each tv and if you didn't write them down......
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