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post #61 of 192
hi there i really like your setup hows the picture? i just recently ordered one of the new 09 models and hope to get the enjoyment that you look like you get from yours.
post #62 of 192
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Originally Posted by markiedee View Post

hi there i really like your setup hows the picture? i just recently ordered one of the new 09 models and hope to get the enjoyment that you look like you get from yours.

I love the picture so far. The colors look very realistic and the black levels look, well, black. I haven't had it ISF calibrated yet as it only has a little over 50 hours. All I did was adjust the basic settings using Digital Video Essentials HD and the picture looks great. It also doesn't hurt that bolt just looks amazing no matter what you use to play it. I think very few people will be unhappy with the picture of these displays, but I'm no expert on the matter.
post #63 of 192
What model is that?
post #64 of 192
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Originally Posted by StinDaWg View Post

What model is that?

Mine is a PN58A550
post #65 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

Mine is a PN58A550


So the blacks are black eh? Picture looks fantastic. And I wonder how much better the B550 will be
post #66 of 192
here's my living room and my bedroom.pn50a550 in the living room.bed room= 32"a330 lcd w/ sony soundbar which isn't a bad setup unless u just left the living room

post #67 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

I love the picture so far. The colors look very realistic and the black levels look, well, black. I haven't had it ISF calibrated yet as it only has a little over 50 hours. All I did was adjust the basic settings using Digital Video Essentials HD and the picture looks great. It also doesn't hurt that bolt just looks amazing no matter what you use to play it. I think very few people will be unhappy with the picture of these displays, but I'm no expert on the matter.

Nice pics and setup zspec. I've been looking at Samsung plasma for awhile..I know a lot of people had problems with a pink hue on the 08' models. I couldn't help but notice that Bolt seems to have a pinkish hue in some of those pics. I've never seen Bolt though -- is this just something from the source or your camera maybe?

Thanks
post #68 of 192
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Originally Posted by WaveBoy View Post

So the blacks are black eh? Picture looks fantastic. And I wonder how much better the B550 will be

Well you can see why it was well liked by Ultimate AV and was Consumer's Report top choice for plasma last year.
post #69 of 192
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Originally Posted by obsidian View Post

Nice pics and setup zspec. I've been looking at Samsung plasma for awhile..I know a lot of people had problems with a pink hue on the 08' models. I couldn't help but notice that Bolt seems to have a pinkish hue in some of those pics. I've never seen Bolt though -- is this just something from the source or your camera maybe?

Thanks

Damn, I knew there was something off about that picture of Bolt. The white hair definitely looks pink. I went to Blu-ray.com to compare.

Samsung:



Blu-ray disk:





That last picture looks pink as well so I don't know if it's the source or a combination of both.
post #70 of 192
I dunno, I haven't seen the movie but everyone of those images from Blu-ray.com look pink and cloudy to me. Maybe it's my computer monitor? LOL
post #71 of 192
It could just be the lighting in that scene.
post #72 of 192
The picture was set to dynamic in those pics since cartoon movies look much better to us in that mode. The dynamic mode does make the pink stand out more. With that said my set does have the pink hue problem almost all over the screen with the exception of about a 4 inch horizontal band starting about 3 inches from the top. I decided to keep it since I can't notice it at all when watching films. Since I have a 6 year extended warranty with in house repairs I'll just call if it gets worst in the future.
post #73 of 192
Are you sure you really want to live with that pink hue issue. Try watching a hockey game and having skaters skate on a cute pink white sheet of ice. If its all over a white screen return that thing.
post #74 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

The picture was set to dynamic in those pics since cartoon movies look much better to us in that mode. The dynamic mode does make the pink stand out more. With that said my set does have the pink hue problem almost all over the screen with the exception of about a 4 inch horizontal band starting about 3 inches from the top. I decided to keep it since I can't notice it at all when watching films. Since I have a 6 year extended warranty with in house repairs I'll just call if it gets worst in the future.

Put it on Cinema and post some new pics so we can compare the pink issue between the two modes.

I would consider trading it in on a 2009 model if they fixed the problem this year. Price is about the same on the 58B550.
post #75 of 192
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Originally Posted by 761-honda View Post

Are you sure you really want to live with that pink hue issue. Try watching a hockey game and having skaters skate on a cute pink white sheet of ice. If its all over a white screen return that thing.

We honestly don't notice it at all unless we have the white screen mode and are looking for it. If we start to notice it during regular viewing then we'll make the call. Not to mention we don't watch any hockey.

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Originally Posted by StinDaWg View Post

Put it on Cinema and post some new pics so we can compare the pink issue between the two modes.

I would consider trading it in on a 2009 model if they fixed the problem this year. Price is about the same on the 58B550.


Here are a few pictures of bolt in cinema mode and of the white screen mode. I thought about getting the new 2009 model but I picked up this nib pn58a550 one for $800 cheaper than the new ones from fotoconnection.com.




post #76 of 192
I do see some pinks and greens there. Question, why do most recommend using the different Cinema/Movie modes? The colors look much more accurate on my PN42B450 on Standard than they do on Cinema.
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post #78 of 192
Wow nice clean set up. Very very nice.
post #79 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

Here are a few pictures of bolt in cinema mode and of the white screen mode. I thought about getting the new 2009 model but I picked up this nib pn58a550 one for $800 cheaper than the new ones from fotoconnection.com.

Don't know why you're shopping there only, but there is a $200 difference between the a550/b550 models online.
post #80 of 192
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Originally Posted by StinDaWg View Post

Don't know why you're shopping there only, but there is a $200 difference between the a550/b550 models online.

I wasn't only shopping there, it just so happened to be the cheapest place at the time of purchase (less than $1800 including shipping when ordered and just under 2k with the 6 year in house service extended warranty). I think it was a good deal and am pretty happy with it. I'll take another look at the b550 to see if it's worth the extra cash and trouble involved with the exchange.
post #81 of 192
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Very nice setup.
post #82 of 192
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Originally Posted by Plasma Donor View Post

I do see some pinks and greens there. Question, why do most recommend using the different Cinema/Movie modes? The colors look much more accurate on my PN42B450 on Standard than they do on Cinema.

Most tv sets cinema mode are setup closer to the d65k standard. I recommend you watch it in cinema mode for a couple of days, then switch to standard and tell us if you think it still looks better in standard mode.
post #83 of 192
Here's one of mine:

50A450

post #84 of 192
Very nice! I bet watching Smokin' Aces at your place would sound awesome.
post #85 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

Most tv sets cinema mode are setup closer to the d65k standard. I recommend you watch it in cinema mode for a couple of days, then switch to standard and tell us if you think it still looks better in standard mode.

yes, movie mode is the way to go. at first i wasn't so sure, but it is definitely the best. especially if you're watching in very low light conditions.
post #86 of 192
I'll be sure to post some with actual images on them next lol.
post #87 of 192
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Originally Posted by zspec1 View Post

Very nice setup.

Yeah kinda feminine..or something.
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Originally Posted by nolanski View Post

Yeah kinda feminine..or something.

And that's a refreshing look
post #89 of 192
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Originally Posted by nolanski View Post

Yeah kinda feminine..or something.

It will always be that way for me also...that is until the basement gets finished here, then its
post #90 of 192
pics of my day old Samsung PN58B560 playing some Tiger Woods Golf with my ghetto bias/ambient lighting:








before the ghetto lighting:











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