Now when I switch back from Netflix to the TV view, it does not remember the set top hdmi source. It goes back to TV source.
Has anyone else noticed and been able to fix so it goes back to the source that the TV was on before going to Netflix?
I work in the Best Buy store in my town for Samsung and I can say that does NOT happen in my store. I have them setup exactly the same so that you can look at both and make an informed decision. I also use the Movie mode rather than Dynamic but I do have the backlight turned up beyond where you have it at home. I have the 60" F7100 at home and it's set to like 7 on backlight and sometimes that is even too bright in a dark room. I do know what you mean though about many Best Buy stores trying to make the F8000 look so much better. If money was no object I would have bought the F8000 myself but I live on a budget and couldn't spend the extra money.
I am TOTALLY happy and IMPRESSED with how the TV looks at home though! Well worth every penny!
Hi folks, this is my first post...so...Hello Everyone!!!
I just got this TV(UN55F7100) as a warranty replacement for an LG 55LM8600. They didnt give me much of a choice. When I first saw it at the store display(Brandmart USA) I honestly didnt like the picture. Skin tones were too orange compared to the other TVs and I could see some oversaturated spots on people front.
I read lots of reviews talking about this being a great TV do I moved on and accepted it.
Sure thing, at home I see the same behavior. HD doesnt look smooth, I'm not too geek whe it comes to TV image so I don't know if Im being clear in what I mean.
I tried the settings posted here(http://reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/samsung-lcd-tv/samsung-f7100-picture-settings.html) and it helped but still not feeling confortable.