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My $10,000 Samsung 75-Inch ES9000

post #1 of 23
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Succumbed to the marketing and the "Design Story" video ( http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/07/samsung-es9000-smart-tv-design-story/ )and bought and had one delivered today!

Is there any ideal settings and or calibration settings?

Anyone have any questions for me?

I genuinely do not know why I bought this thing other than I liked the Design Story, was to cheap to buy a 4K TV and it wasn't a Sharp!




Edited by Kenneth Tong - 11/9/12 at 11:12am
post #2 of 23
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Originally Posted by Kenneth Tong View Post

Succumbed to the marketing and the "Design Story" video ( http://www.engadget.com/2012/11/07/samsung-es9000-smart-tv-design-story/ )and bought and had one delivered today!
Is there any ideal settings and or calibration settings?
Anyone have any questions for me?
I genuinely do not know why I bought this thing other than I liked the Design Story, was to cheap to buy a 4K TV and it wasn't a Sharp!


lets see some pics out of the box and setup.
post #3 of 23
What are using for a source?
post #4 of 23
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Some free Phillips BluRay player.

My life revolves around my MacBook Pro - so that's my source, can't quite manage to get it looking great with it so far though.

Not played with it much, will go buy a few new BluRay's today!

post #5 of 23
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I can't find a certified Technician in Hong Kong... I need to get this working at it's potential!
post #6 of 23
What's wrong with it? You unimpressed with the picture quality? You played around with the picture settings? Considering the TV model is new sometimes you need some trial and error. Maybe some calibrated ES8000 settings would help though I guess the 9000 is similar.
post #7 of 23
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What's wrong with it? You unimpressed with the picture quality? You played around with the picture settings? Considering the TV model is new sometimes you need some trial and error. Maybe some calibrated ES8000 settings would help though I guess the 9000 is similar.

Okay, did exactly that, copied the Calibrated Settings from one of the Threads - picture is actually phenomenal.

Watched Men In Black 3, in 3D, and was blown away.

Shame 3D is a dying breed.

Honestly, an incredible television!
post #8 of 23
ES9000 is that an OLED one?
post #9 of 23
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ES9000 is that an OLED one?
No....
Try google or the search engine of your choise,
post #10 of 23
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Originally Posted by Kenneth Tong View Post

Some free Phillips BluRay player.
My life revolves around my MacBook Pro - so that's my source, can't quite manage to get it looking great with it so far though.
Not played with it much, will go buy a few new BluRay's today!

Hi,

Congrats on your purchase. I have had this tv for a few days now and i have found some clouding on dark scenes. Do you have any clouding on yours?
The picture is great but it falls a little short over the Panasonic VT50.

cheers
post #11 of 23
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Originally Posted by Dj Pepelicious View Post

Hi,
Congrats on your purchase. I have had this tv for a few days now and i have found some clouding on dark scenes. Do you have any clouding on yours?
The picture is great but it falls a little short over the Panasonic VT50.
cheers

The picture may fall short, but it's certainly taller and wider. smile.gif
post #12 of 23
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The picture may fall short, but it's certainly taller and wider. smile.gif

This is true. The UI is better on the Samsung too
post #13 of 23
I've had my ES9000 for a few weeks now and am still thrilled by the picture quality. Have you adjusted your settings? I noticed that I have a tendency to turn the brightness and contrast up.
post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by IHookItUuup View Post

I've had my ES9000 for a few weeks now and am still thrilled by the picture quality. Have you adjusted your settings? I noticed that I have a tendency to turn the brightness and contrast up.

What are your settings?! I would love to copy someone's proficient settings!
post #15 of 23
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Originally Posted by Dj Pepelicious View Post

Hi,
Congrats on your purchase. I have had this tv for a few days now and i have found some clouding on dark scenes. Do you have any clouding on yours?
The picture is great but it falls a little short over the Panasonic VT50.
cheers

I notice a slight amount of Bleed on the Darkest Scenes of Prometheus but the picture quality is honestly the best I have ever seen!
post #16 of 23
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Just thankful I am not alone in the purchase of the television, it really is pretty good! Prometheus just looked stunning.
post #17 of 23
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Tried my best to replicate the "Clouding" issue but it just isn't there... I guess I got a good one!
post #18 of 23
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Tried my best to replicate the "Clouding" issue but it just isn't there... I guess I got a good one!

There is some slight light bleed on the right side in the middle and a bit on the left, but nothing as dirty as mine smile.gif
post #19 of 23
Did you turn on the precision black before taking some pics?, Do you notice any clouding-bleeding even whith the PB turn on at night?. You only can turn on the PB in cinema mode ?. Thanks a lot !.
post #20 of 23
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Why is the Calibrated Settings not out yet?
post #21 of 23
What calibration settings are you referring to, since settings for any one owner are a function of; user's eyesight, room day and night time room lighting, program source, owners signal receiving equipment and other factors.
post #22 of 23
Thread Starter 
The one's that are left after the screen is professionally calibrated!
post #23 of 23
Does anyone have the calibration settings for this TV?
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