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post #451 of 2167
Hi everyone,
first of all I apologize for my bad English smile.gif I apologize if I do grammatical errors (or other). I am using Google translate to write faster.

I need your help to choose the best monitor suitable for my needs, after a year of tests on various monitors (TV and PC monitor).

I've had it for a year, a Sony 32ex600, but I had problems to connect to my PC with HDMI .. In fact, this model seems to 1080p over HDMI is not supported. Only through VGA.
Later I sold it to move to a smaller 27-inch: I tried a Samsung 27b300, an Acer s273hlabmii and an Asus ve278q, but they all had (despite changes) the well-known effect of bleeding as well as having "ridiculous" contrast compared to my old Sony.

Now I found this fantastic forum, where I hope to find an answer to my needs.

In my country (Italy) I found the eu32eh5000 less than 300 euro and I wanted to know if he can do for me, or if I opt for the 5300 series (or other).

I need:

- Compatibility with my PC (GPU ATI Radeon 6850)
- Uniformity and depth of blacks (in PC and TV mode)
- I'm not interested wifi connections or something like that .. only the monitor and its video inputs

Thank you for your attention ..

ps. help me!!!!!!!!!
Edited by redmat99 - 10/4/12 at 6:03am
post #452 of 2167
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Originally Posted by redmat99 View Post

Hi everyone,
first of all I apologize for my bad English smile.gif I apologize if I do grammatical errors (or other). I am using Google translate to write faster.
I need your help to choose the best monitor suitable for my needs, after a year of tests on various monitors (TV and PC monitor).
I've had it for a year, a Sony 32ex600, but I had problems to connect to my PC with HDMI .. In fact, this model seems to 1080p over HDMI is not supported. Only through VGA.
Later I sold it to move to a smaller 27-inch: I tried a Samsung 27b300, an Acer s273hlabmii and an Asus ve278q, but they all had (despite changes) the well-known effect of bleeding as well as having "ridiculous" contrast compared to my old Sony.
Now I found this fantastic forum, where I hope to find an answer to my needs.
In my country (Italy) I found the eu32eh5000 less than 300 euro and I wanted to know if he can do for me, or if I opt for the 5300 series (or other).
I need:
- Compatibility with my PC (GPU ATI Radeon 6850)
- Uniformity and depth of blacks (in PC and TV mode)
- I'm not interested wifi connections or something like that .. only the monitor and its video inputs
Thank you for your attention ..
ps. help me!!!!!!!!!

For the EH5000:

- There are different panels in circulation, I'm not sure how to tell which is which in Italy, but there is a link in my signature that talks about it.
- It only has two HDMI inputs.
- Hdmi accepts 1080p, so I guess it is compatible.
- If you rename the input to "PC" it enables 4:4:4 support which is good for PC monitors (doesn't subsample so the text is sharper).
- Blacks are good, especially if you get an S-PVA panel.
- Uniformity isn't perfect, but I can live with it.
- The 5300 is the "Smart" version with wifi.

A lot of people like IPS panels for PC use, but they don't have as deep blacks.
post #453 of 2167
Thank you very much for the reply.. smile.gif

Thinking about the "panel lottery", I would like to know two things:
- think it would be better to take the "6" series, instead of "5" to avoid running into panel problems? or the D5000 I see on the Samsung site???
- If I took the 32eh5000 without S-PVA panel, the difference would really be so much?
- I seemed to understand that using it as a PC monitor uniformity is not the same as using it as a TV. I misunderstood?

Again, thanks for the answer .. I appreciate it a lot..

PS.. I don't like IPS panel. I prefer improved contrast compared to the viewing angles, especially for watching movies with little light .. I hate the "gray" instead of "black" ..
Edited by redmat99 - 10/5/12 at 1:51am
post #454 of 2167
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Originally Posted by redmat99 View Post

Thank you very much for the reply.. smile.gif
Thinking about the "panel lottery", I would like to know two things:
- think it would be better to take the "6" series, instead of "5" to avoid running into panel problems? or the D5000 I see on the Samsung site???
- If I took the 32eh5000 without S-PVA panel, the difference would really be so much?
- I seemed to understand that using it as a PC monitor uniformity is not the same as using it as a TV. I misunderstood?
Again, thanks for the answer .. I appreciate it a lot..
PS.. I don't like IPS panel. I prefer improved contrast compared to the viewing angles, especially for watching movies with little light .. I hate the "gray" instead of "black" ..

The EH6000 has different panels too, so that won't change anything.

I can't say what the difference is since I haven't seen the other panels. They're all VA based so they should have decent contrast. S-PVA has the best contrast and viewing angles though.

Uniformity issues don't care how the TV's being used (TV or PC) they still be there. It has to do with the backlights and the panel. But you'll probably see it more on TV because of the panning camera. Otherwise I only see it on a dark grey screen.
post #455 of 2167
So in the end, I just have to get lucky ..

I talk a lot about color/black uniformity because my brother bought a 40-inch model (do not know exactly which model) that this is really the best ...
in no time I noticed "clear corners" or problems of images blur ...

In conclusion, I have to be patient and may require a change to the dealer .. I understand that many are "satisfied", but in this case I waited so long that I'm not going to submit to these "rules of fortune" ..

thank you very much for your patience..

I will report my feedback after purchase.....
post #456 of 2167
Before you read this, keep in mind that I use this as a PC monitor so all the extra processing settings are natively turned off:

The samsung eh5000 series has 4:4:4 chroma and the picture quality is absolutely beautiful but the motion blur on it is HORRENDOUS. I honestly don't know how people can live with it as there is a blue/purple hue every time someone moves quickly. I mean if you primarily just use it for websurfing then it's perfect but it's nearly worthless for gamers / movie watchers.

My opinion may be a little biased since I come from an IPS screen, which I feel is a must have in order to use your tv as a monitor. The IPS panel doesn't have the black level of a VA panel but it more than makes up for it in the fact that it doesn't have that dreaded motion blur.
post #457 of 2167
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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U View Post

only the Sharp panels have that... the Samsung panel does blur/ghost, but without any color trails and the EH6000 is much better with blur/ghosting (again with the Samsung panel)
also, one could say the poor blacks of IPS panels make those sets "nearly worthless for gamers / movie watchers"
it all comes down to what bothers you the least: worse black levels or more blur/ghosting

Yea, I should go ahead and state that I have the sharp panel which probably explains the pure wackness of my experience. I really like the semi glossy screen and the picture quality of the tv but the motion blur really just kills it for me. You did give me some hope that it's mostly just a sharp panel thing so I'll try stopping by best buy and testing out a samsung panel. For primarily PC use, I'm really not sure how much better the eh6000 will fare over the eh5000 with PC mode though.

As for my comment about the motion blur making the tv nearly worthless, I use my computer as everything. It's pretty much where I do all my gaming, music listening, movie watching, and web surfing. When you spend $300+ on a video card the last thing you would want is for your motion to leave a blue / purple like aura every time someone moves.. Playing left 4 dead 2 was nearly unbearable and that game isn't even graphically intensive. Maybe some people are really tolerant of that stuff but when you've been using an IPS screen for about 2 years, the first thing you'll notice is that motion blurring. I do get your point though as it all depends on the person and what they are looking for. However, I do feel that the last thing someone with a higher end pc gaming rig would want is a monitor that can't even keep up with what's going on.
Edited by Poetik - 10/5/12 at 11:48am
post #458 of 2167
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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U View Post

If a return/exchange is still possible, I'd try to get a Samsung panel... the only issues with those I've had is vertical and digital banding and I don't see it that often with high quality content like Blu-ray movies and HD video games for it to be a deal breaker (plus I can't think of a better set under $1K that meets my needs). The EH series is not perfect but no set is and it's a great value for the money. I'm pretty satisfied with my UN46EH6000 and the UN46EH5000 I had before was nearly as good in all areas short of motion (which was OK but not perfect).

Yea, I'll go check out one of those panels at video only today. I'll post my impressions when I get back.
post #459 of 2167
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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U View Post

If a return/exchange is still possible, I'd try to get a Samsung panel... the only issues with those I've had is vertical and digital banding and I don't see it that often with high quality content like Blu-ray movies and HD video games for it to be a deal breaker (plus I can't think of a better set under $1K that meets my needs). The EH series is not perfect but no set is and it's a great value for the money. I'm pretty satisfied with my UN46EH6000 and the UN46EH5000 I had before was nearly as good in all areas short of motion (which was OK but not perfect).

Yea luckily I bought it from costco so they have a ridiculously good return policy.

I just bought the eh6000 (samsung panel) from best buy to compare with the eh5000 (sharp panel) but unfortunately the eh6000 I picked up has a broken screen (I can only see like the bottom left of the screen). I did what little testing I could do in left 4 dead 2 and you're absolutely right, the samsung panel doesn't have the disgusting motion blur of the sharp panel!! I can't for sure say that I'm completely sold on this tv over an IPS set but I can positively say that it's definitely a step closer. I'll be returning my set tomorrow and picking up another one to do further testing

Also plasmapz, did you notice any picture quality / motion quality difference between the eh5000 and the eh6000? You've owned both models so maybe you could give me more insight into it.
post #460 of 2167
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Originally Posted by Poetik View Post

Also plasmapz, did you notice any picture quality / motion quality difference between the eh5000 and the eh6000? You've owned both models so maybe you could give me more insight into it.

I'm interested too ..
post #461 of 2167
Hmm, it seems exceedingly hard to find a samsung panel in the eh5000.. . I still have more walmarts to check in my area but the closer ones are either out of stock / had the sharp panel.

There was only one best buy store around a 50 mile radius that had one and Unfortunately that was a sharp panel as well.

It seems like samsung is only distributing the eh5000 series with a sharp panel now. I'm not giving up hope yet and I know I can always order from amazon but then I would completely be at the mercy of the panel lottery and return shipping costs.
post #462 of 2167
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Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U View Post

The motion resolution is much better on the EH6000 (probably the usual 600 lines for a 120Hz panel versus the usual 300 lines for a 60Hz panel) when AMP is set to Custom: BR 10 and JR 0. PQ wise, the two are very similar but I'd give the EH6000 a slight edge as the picture seems to have a bit more contrast and the LED backlight doesn't shut off on black screens like on the EH5000 (at least in Movie mode). The picture also seems clearer overall (even with AMP off). The only thing potentially negative about the EH6000 would probably be more input lag (due to the extra processing of 120Hz when AMP is on), but I haven't really noticed a problem here and if you use game or PC mode, you should be fine (but you'll lose the benefit of 120Hz if you do so).

Yea, it seems that's kinda my biggest gripe with going with the 6000 series. In PC mode, you can't even use the 120hz so it would be like paying an extra $200 for basically the same tv. Man, I really wish I could find a eh5000 with a samsung panel.

Well it appears that sears and target have the TV so I'm gonna go check there after work and hopefully find what I'm looking for.
Edited by Poetik - 10/6/12 at 12:13pm
post #463 of 2167
Today I find the 32eh5300 with a very goog price: 329 euro.... if the only difference between the "stock" eh5000 model are the smart features, I can give it a try..
I know that somewere in this thread I can find the answer to this question wink.gif but, can you tell me if even with this model, there is the same panel "lottery"???

I understand that some of my questions may seem stupid, but I've had enough of "return policy", shipments and things like these..

I had already sent two monitors and two smartphones back to retailers, because of display/pixel problems.... and my old Bravia 32 had 4 stuck pixel in the left-up corner..
in two years, I was not able to buy products without defects visible.... So, I hope you can understand. biggrin.gif
post #464 of 2167
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Originally Posted by redmat99 View Post

Today I find the 32eh5300 with a very goog price: 329 euro.... if the only difference between the "stock" eh5000 model are the smart features, I can give it a try..
I know that somewere in this thread I can find the answer to this question wink.gif but, can you tell me if even with this model, there is the same panel "lottery"???
I understand that some of my questions may seem stupid, but I've had enough of "return policy", shipments and things like these..
I had already sent two monitors and two smartphones back to retailers, because of display/pixel problems.... and my old Bravia 32 had 4 stuck pixel in the left-up corner..
in two years, I was not able to buy products without defects visible.... So, I hope you can understand. biggrin.gif

Unfortunately there seems to be a panel lottery with all of these models. I traversed to about 6 different places looking for a samsung panel so good luck!

Anyways, so after work I was able to check out sears which had 3 models there and unfortunately all hs03. Immediately after that, I checked target and they ended up only having one eh5000 in their inventory. The girl told me that it has previously been open and they were selling it for a discounted price. That wasn't the news I wanted to hear but I let her bring it out anyways. Low and behold she brought me out the holy grail of the he5000 panels, the ts02!! In the end I was able to get the eh5000 for quite a bit cheaper than I hoped for!

I have it set up in my room right now and was comparing it to the eh5000 sharp panel. There is still noticeable motion blur but it's a hell of a lot better than the sharp panel. With the sharp panel, you have this really nasty blue hue which follows anything and everything that moves. The samsung panel still has motion blur and while it's noticeable, it's not as noticeable and disgusting as the sharp panel.

I am ecstatic that I was finally able to land one of these tv's but I'm still having trouble deciding which one I wanna keep. I also have an lg 37" 560 that I'm comparing it to and you can really see the difference between an ips and s-pva panel. Guess I'll keep both for a few more days and take some time to decide.
post #465 of 2167
Despite the great price of 32eh5000, the "problem" of the panels dissuades me from purchase ..
There is no other alternative? Newer models also have all of these variables?

I decided to increase my budget, so that they can make a better and more "secure" choice......

Any hints??

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Originally Posted by Poetik View Post

Guess I'll keep both for a few more days and take some time to decide.

What's your conclusion?? The blur effect of Samsung panel is "acceptable" or not??
post #466 of 2167
I agree with you, I'm this close to picking up the eh5000 32 inch , panel ts01, which is a samsung, but the motion blur is scaring me away, it is a bedroom tv, that will be also my call of duty tv on the weekends, and I cant imagine trying to aim in a first person shooter with blurring.
post #467 of 2167
Even on the samsung panel, it's still really noticeable compared to an IPS panel. It's really just a toss up in what you're willing to give up as they both have strengths and weaknesses.

In the end I'm just gonna stick with the 40" eh5000 simply because the bezel is thinner, the picture quality is nicer, it's 3 inches bigger, looks much better on my desk, and while it does have motion blur; it just overall feels like the better tv. Actually, it should be the better tv since it costs over $150+ than the lg 37" 560.

I really think that you should go compare an IPS screen to a VA screen and then make the decision after that. The average user probably wouldn't really notice it too much and would just be happy with a newer tv. In my opinion, the sharp panel is definitely a deal breaker but the samsung panel is at least bearable. I probably won't be entirely happy until lg releases a 4:4:4 chroma, direct lit led, ips panel tv with a thinner bezel. Nothing like that really exists right now so we just have to wait and see what pops up.
post #468 of 2167
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Originally Posted by Poetik View Post

Even on the samsung panel, it's still really noticeable compared to an IPS panel. It's really just a toss up in what you're willing to give up as they both have strengths and weaknesses.
In the end I'm just gonna stick with the 40" eh5000 simply because the bezel is thinner, the picture quality is nicer, it's 3 inches bigger, looks much better on my desk, and while it does have motion blur; it just overall feels like the better tv. Actually, it should be the better tv since it costs over $150+ than the lg 37" 560.
I really think that you should go compare an IPS screen to a VA screen and then make the decision after that. The average user probably wouldn't really notice it too much and would just be happy with a newer tv. In my opinion, the sharp panel is definitely a deal breaker but the samsung panel is at least bearable. I probably won't be entirely happy until lg releases a 4:4:4 chroma, direct lit led, ips panel tv with a thinner bezel. Nothing like that really exists right now so we just have to wait and see what pops up.

Waiting for the same thing from LG, but I have no real issues with my 32EH5000.
post #469 of 2167
I'm so thankful for the people here. I needed an extra TV for sticking infront of the bicycle trainer (as it gets quite boring otherwise) and after some research and reading through this thread, decided on the EH5300. The information in this thread was incredibly helpful (especially the panel version info/ghosting reports.) So far it seems pretty reasonable, though I haven't put it through its paces as I just picked it up tonight.

Thankfully, my local Best Buy in Whitby had four boxes of TS01 panels. Confirmed that the Type code in the service menu has an "A" after the size (32). The TV was on sale for $449 and there was an additional $50 instant rebate (which apparently just went into effect today.)

Just connecting my Apple TV (so I can AirPlay some Pluralsight training vids) and a few other things and will report back how ghosting is, etc. I did notice some ghosting in the store but since this TV is simply for working out, it's not a huge concern. The limited viewing angle was a bit surprising - I knew it wouldn't be great but wow, just moving 1 ft side to side makes a noticeable difference in IQ.
post #470 of 2167
I'm new here and thanks for the sharing your views on this line of Samsung products. I bought a Samsung 40" EH5050 from Costco for $529 and happy with the value we are getting out of this set. I still don't know what the difference between the EH5000 and the EH5050 really is, but Costco had EH5050 on sale, and they quickly ran out of supply. We lucked out, and snagged one before they did.

The factory settings for picture were way off, so I adjusted them to my liking. I simply put my iPad "3" next to the set while I was mirroring my iPad onto the Samsung screen using the Apple TV.

Here's a photo of this trial and error process of dialing in an acceptable picture. iPad/Samsung mirroring 178k .jpg file

Last night I tried a couple settings suggested in this thread. For some reasons, both settings I tried we're off on the red tones. Also, the menu selection was a bit different for one of the suggested settings.

I'm wondering if the setting suggestions for the EH5000 might be different for the EH5050 to get the same results.
Edited by Big Sur Steve - 10/14/12 at 8:56am
post #471 of 2167
On the back of 32eh5300 I saw in the store, is written: "Version No: 02" it is useful to understand which panel is on?

So, I decided to try only one time... I will buy the 32eh5300 from an on-line store and see what happens......
Maybe even a non-samsung panel, would be good... I hope...
Edited by redmat99 - 10/15/12 at 9:11am
post #472 of 2167
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Originally Posted by digitalfiend View Post

I'm so thankful for the people here. I needed an extra TV for sticking infront of the bicycle trainer (as it gets quite boring otherwise) and after some research and reading through this thread, decided on the EH5300. The information in this thread was incredibly helpful (especially the panel version info/ghosting reports.) So far it seems pretty reasonable, though I haven't put it through its paces as I just picked it up tonight.
Thankfully, my local Best Buy in Whitby had four boxes of TS01 panels. Confirmed that the Type code in the service menu has an "A" after the size (32). The TV was on sale for $449 and there was an additional $50 instant rebate (which apparently just went into effect today.)
Just connecting my Apple TV (so I can AirPlay some Pluralsight training vids) and a few other things and will report back how ghosting is, etc. I did notice some ghosting in the store but since this TV is simply for working out, it's not a huge concern. The limited viewing angle was a bit surprising - I knew it wouldn't be great but wow, just moving 1 ft side to side makes a noticeable difference in IQ.


Im going to pickup the eh5300 tomorrow at the Richmond hill best buy. How were you able to get the additional $50 rebate? Do I need to print out something or just mention the rebate? Getting the tv for $400 would be an awesome deal. Thanks in advance.
Edited by timberland29 - 10/15/12 at 8:47pm
post #473 of 2167
Here is a review for Amazon I recently did on Amazon for the 40" EH5050. I have also included the settings I ended up using. http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-UN40EH5050-RB-40in-LED-1080P/product-reviews/B0098CVPBY/ref=dp_top_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1

Thanks again for everybody's input on this product.

Steve
post #474 of 2167
Hi i just bought 5300 and I was wondering is it possible to use flash drive as hard drive for this TV, because it has only 1gb of hard drive?
post #475 of 2167
Is it normal that Web Browser on EH5300 is lagging a little bit? I understand that it is TV and not PC, but maybe only my TV is lagging...
post #476 of 2167
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Originally Posted by Poetik View Post

Hmm, it seems exceedingly hard to find a samsung panel in the eh5000.. . I still have more walmarts to check in my area but the closer ones are either out of stock / had the sharp panel.
There was only one best buy store around a 50 mile radius that had one and Unfortunately that was a sharp panel as well.
It seems like samsung is only distributing the eh5000 series with a sharp panel now. I'm not giving up hope yet and I know I can always order from amazon but then I would completely be at the mercy of the panel lottery and return shipping costs.

I found several 40 inch EH5050s with version TS02 at a BJ's in Mt Vernon, NY. Funny thing is the floor model was a TS02 and had the absolute worst motion blur. I picked up a Cxxx version 37 inch which looks great and has no motion blur whatsoever.
post #477 of 2167
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Originally Posted by Smash1031 View Post

I found several 40 inch EH5050s with version TS02 at a BJ's in Mt Vernon, NY. Funny thing is the floor model was a TS02 and had the absolute worst motion blur. I picked up a Cxxx version 37 inch which looks great and has no motion blur whatsoever.

Did you even check the TV to see which mode it was in? I wouldn't judge any TV's motion unless it's in movie mode or has the majority of the processing and "enhancements" disabled. Any panel will look awful running in Store/Torch mode IMO.

Not to mention all TVs in stores are fed a very poor signal that's been split off several times. I doubt a Cxxx version would have looked better with the same processing and signal fed to it.

I personally would have gone with a TS02...but as long as you enjoy it that's all that matters.
post #478 of 2167
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Originally Posted by chicolom View Post

Did you even check the TV to see which mode it was in? I wouldn't judge any TV's motion unless it's in movie mode or has the majority of the processing and "enhancements" disabled. Any panel will look awful running in Store/Torch mode IMO.
Not to mention all TVs in stores are fed a very poor signal that's been split off several times. I doubt a Cxxx version would have looked better with the same processing and signal fed to it.
I personally would have gone with a TS02...but as long as you enjoy it that's all that matters.

I disabled everything and could not get rid of the motion blur completely. Lessened the effect yes, but still noticed it. I just wanna note that the store display was a 40EH5050. I settled for the 37. The strange thing is is that both bjs and amazon are selling both sets for the same price $499. Only 3 inches difference but I'd think they'd be priced differently. I wonder if there's a problem with the 40s.

Btw I used your calibration settings. Excellent. Thx.
post #479 of 2167
When I'm watching soccer/football I experience lots of blurry around the ball and the players, like a halo. Does anyone experience that as well?
post #480 of 2167
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Originally Posted by timberland29 View Post

Im going to pickup the eh5300 tomorrow at the Richmond hill best buy. How were you able to get the additional $50 rebate? Do I need to print out something or just mention the rebate? Getting the tv for $400 would be an awesome deal. Thanks in advance.

Hey, sorry for not getting back to you sooner. Subscription updates weren't reaching me for some reason.

With regards to the rebate, it was actually the Best Buy salesperson that mentioned it. I believe he said he noticed it when he came into work that day. When he scanned the TV, he entered the rebate code (I assume) and the computer confirmed another $50 off. That sealed the deal for me. smile.gif

As for an update as to what I think about this TV:

- watching TV episodes from CTV.ca works flawlessly. Browsing is a bit of a chore but it's workable. I looked into PlayOn but the thread regarding configuring CTV feeds to load properly seemed to be hit or miss.

- streaming from my PC using the TV's built-in AllShare app (over 1Gbps LAN connection) works well.

- cartoons are stunning on this TV: colours are vivid and lines are razor sharp. My Panasonic plasma is good but this TV just seemed to make cartoons "pop."

- rented Prometheus from iTunes (1080p) and was fairly impressed by the image quality. Shadows and dark scenes have noticeable banding and somewhat poor depth but are liveable; I'm using movie mode with settings someone posted here but my 4 1/2 yr old Panasonic plasma destroys this TV in that regard. But that's comparing a $3200 unit to one that I got for just under $400 before tax. Overall, colours seem true and image is quite sharp.

- as for motion blur, I must admit that I haven't noticed much. This is my first LED/LCD as I've stayed away from them due to ghosting/dead pixels/etc which have always been noticeable on in-store sets. Now, I have a Samsung panel (TS01) so perhaps that is why it isn't overly noticeable on this model, but none of the fast scenes in Prometheus, Avengers, or Terminator 4 produced any discernable ghosting. Even though the primary purpose of this TV is to serve as a distraction while riding my bike on the trainer, I was concerned by the number of complaints in this thread about ghosting. I'm sure there is probably some ghosting if you look hard enough or at the right angle to the TV, but it's perfectly fine in my eyes. I'm not really into watching baseball/football and haven't followed hockey lately, so perhaps that content is where ghosting will be most noticeable. In my opinion, ghosting with a TS01/Samsung panel is pretty much a non-issue or, at the most, very minimal for movies/TV shows.

- built-in speakers are sufficient enough for my needs but if you're going to be watching movies, get a soundbar at the minimum.
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