Ditto. Did this Friday night via Ethernet Internet connection. No prob. My gut feeling is that it has to do with samsungs servers. I would do the update via USB if it continues to hang at 59%.
Edited by walkman666 - 12/15/13 at 8:42am
I am trying these settings in standard mode for normal TV show watching but I don't have "10p White Balance" enabled ...
Is this option only available when connected via gaming console? My TV is directly mapped to verizon cable nothing in between..
Just trying to sort out some haze that shows up in dull scenes...
I'm pretty sure the only difference an HDMI cable can do is audio blips and video artifacts if there's a problem with the cable. Other than that, there won't be any quality differences between cables. Which is why I'll never understand why someone would spend so much money on HDMI cables.
Just got my UN75F7100 hung on the wall yesterday (along with a new Denon AVR-x4000) Couple of questions:
1) My panel code is UH01 - anyone know who makes this one and what the general consensus is about it?
2) When watching a movie using a SmartHub app (VUDU) the audio doesn't come out of the receiver, only the tv. I found some posts that discussed this topic but didn't understand how to correct it. My installer is coming back over tomorrow, can anyone better explain what I need to tell him to do to fix this?
3) Trying to start with Priate's Coves settings and go from there but having a time finding where I can change the detailed 10p white balance and things like color temp and Dig clean view/ can tell me how to access these setttings?
4) Love the tv. picture looks great except for the dreaded clouding. Looking at some of the pictures people have posted It appears that mine is a "typical" case and it is already driving me a little nuts but am a little hesitant to ask for an exchange (bought from Amazon and need to pay someone to install for me) Question is does this ever get any better after break-in? Are any of the firmware upgrades having any impact on clouding? Other than turning down the backlighting is there anything else I can do?
EDIT: After looking at my clouding again I think that I had a bad case. Will post a pic as soon as I figure out how to do it