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post #1831 of 2454 Old 04-13-2015, 07:55 PM
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I have this same issue. I posted a question about it earlier in this thread but no one ever responded. To get the picture to come up, I have to toggle the inputs on my receiver. Would like to just hit one button like I did with all my other TV's.
It seems my issue is a known handshake problem between my Denon receiver and Samsungs Anynet+. They're not compatible I guess. I turned the Anynet+ off and so far no problems when I only turn the Time Warner dvr and my TV on. I no longer need to keep my Denon on 24/7. I'll update later. Good luck.
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My H6350's settings keep resetting when I switch to Netflix and back to the TV. The sound output setting in particular keeps resetting from "reveiver" to "speakers". Any ideas why this is happening?

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Has anyone had any problems on there 55h6350 with edge light bleeding or flashlighting?
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Can anyone answer my question above!!!!!!!
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Has anyone had any problems on there 55h6350 with edge light bleeding or flashlighting?
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Can anyone answer my question above!!!!!!!
Yes folks have had problems with light bleed and some have had minimal problems. No one can honestly give you assurance that you'll be one of the later. You can control the panel version if you pick it up from a retailer as the version is listed on the box. TH01 is Samsung and UH02 is Optronics.

This review has a black uniformity screen shot of the size you're looking at which is pretty good. I will say your chances are probably better with the 55" than the larger sizes. I would recommend lightly buffering the panel with a microcloth as this may fix any slight clouding issues.

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Has anyone had any problems on there 55h6350 with edge light bleeding or flashlighting?
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Yes folks have had problems with light bleed and some have had minimal problems. No one can honestly give you assurance that you'll be one of the later. You can control the panel version if you pick it up from a retailer as the version is listed on the box. TH01 is Samsung and UH02 is Optronics.

This review has a black uniformity screen shot of the size you're looking at which is pretty good. I will say your chances are probably better with the 55" than the larger sizes. I would recommend lightly buffering the panel with a microcloth as this may fix any slight clouding issues.
Is the TH01 the better one? I appreciate the response, even though I just ordered the ju7100 lol hopefully it doesn't have any edge light bleed or clouding
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I can definitely say the flashlighting seems to be a build quality issue on my 75 inch. I can squeeze and twist on the panel bottom corners and get it to go away but obviously the panel doesn't stay in that position. Not sure if I am changing the position of the LEDs or better fitting the bezel to the panel when I do this but it does seem like a more rigid or better aligned frame would help the issue.
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I can definitely say the flashlighting seems to be a build quality issue on my 75 inch. I can squeeze and twist on the panel bottom corners and get it to go away but obviously the panel doesn't stay in that position. Not sure if I am changing the position of the LEDs or better fitting the bezel to the panel when I do this but it does seem like a more rigid or better aligned frame would help the issue.
Yeah I heard the 75 inch ones aren't very great. I saw my fathers 65 inch and it was perfect, no edge bleed or flashlighting at all. I would be getting a 55 inch and haven't heard any reviews on that
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I can definitely say the flashlighting seems to be a build quality issue on my 75 inch. I can squeeze and twist on the panel bottom corners and get it to go away but obviously the panel doesn't stay in that position. Not sure if I am changing the position of the LEDs or better fitting the bezel to the panel when I do this but it does seem like a more rigid or better aligned frame would help the issue.
75" sets due to their size have light bleeding. Many folks have exchanged them several times looking for a better panel. I am not sure if OLED sets have these issues but I have not seen any of these types of complaints from owners.
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How do you like your set? give us your initial impressions?
This is a follow up to my first review. After three months of use, my UN55H6203, developed a pinkish tint. This was after the calibrations recommended on this thread. I called Geek Squad, (I have the protection plan), and he reset it back to factory settings, via remote. The tint was still there. He could not determine, what it was, so he ordered a main board, and placed a service call. They should be here on Saturday the 18th of April. What concerns me is that he had never seen that problem, and I'm afraid that they won't be able to repair it. Has anyone had this problem with any Samsung set? Does anyone know what the main board has to do with the quality or the calibration of the TV?

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I can definitely say the flashlighting seems to be a build quality issue on my 75 inch. I can squeeze and twist on the panel bottom corners and get it to go away but obviously the panel doesn't stay in that position. Not sure if I am changing the position of the LEDs or better fitting the bezel to the panel when I do this but it does seem like a more rigid or better aligned frame would help the issue.
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75" sets due to their size have light bleeding. Many folks have exchanged them several times looking for a better panel. I am not sure if OLED sets have these issues but I have not seen any of these types of complaints from owners.
I've had my 75" about month now, when I first got it it had flashlighting in the bottom corners. Now it has none at all.
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I have none either on my 75. Maybe it makes a difference how it's mounted? I'm using the 2 end stands that came with it.
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Hil All,

I picked up the UN65H6350 last weekend and was really liking it the first couple of days, then it developed a stuck lit pixel (bright white) pretty much dead center on the screen.

Samsung is repairing it, I did not want to return it as it was the last one hhgregg had in stock. My question is, how exactly will they go about repairing this? He has ordered a part to do the repair, just curious what exactly it would be.

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Not sure, but let us know what panel was in it and what the new panel is.

A or M = AU Optronics (Chinese), T, U, or W = Samsung, and H = Sharp
32=TS01, 40=TS01, 48=TS01, 50=AH01, 55=TH01,UH02, 60=HS01, 65=AH01, 75=TH01
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Am I looking in the serial number for the panel designation or somewhere else?
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Am I looking in the serial number for the panel designation or somewhere else?
Usually on the white sticker on the skinny edge of product box. That's where mine was...

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It seems my issue is a known handshake problem between my Denon receiver and Samsungs Anynet+. They're not compatible I guess. I turned the Anynet+ off and so far no problems when I only turn the Time Warner dvr and my TV on. I no longer need to keep my Denon on 24/7. I'll update later. Good luck.

This didn't work for me. I turned off the Anynet+ and still have the issue.
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Meanwhile, in a galaxy far, far away...

The new SWTFA trailer on my 75" was pretty awesome!
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Is there any pictures of the 75's wall mounted?
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Is there any pictures of the 75's wall mounted?
I don't have mine wall mounted and haven't decided if I will. But out of curiosity why would you need pics?
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Saw up above that someone said that they don't have light bleeding issues with using the stand. Was wondering if anyone wall mounted their tv and if that caused any issues with PQ.

Plus who doesn't like pictures!? lol
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Saw up above that someone said that they don't have light bleeding issues with using the stand. Was wondering if anyone wall mounted their tv and if that caused any issues with PQ.

Plus who doesn't like pictures!? lol
I have mine on a stand that uses a wall mount. Can't say if it is because of the mount vs stand. Could be something with the pressure.
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I'm looking at either the 75" version or a 70" of a different brand. Trying to decide if the additional 5" is really worth it. I sit around 12' away and currently have a 64". I'd consider 80" but I really don't want to sacrifice too much PQ going from a nice plasma unit.

Thoughts? By the way, I don't live in a city where I can go demo any of these TV's. Everything is a hour or more away to even look at one. I'll be ordering it online, when I do decide which one I want.
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Saw up above that someone said that they don't have light bleeding issues with using the stand. Was wondering if anyone wall mounted their tv and if that caused any issues with PQ.

Plus who doesn't like pictures!? lol
I was one of them that posted that and mine is on a stand. I came from a 73" DLP so I just put it on the same console. Haven't decided if I wanted it wall mounted, if it causes light bleeding my decision is made.
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Whatever TV I go with, it has to be wall mounted. So if wall mounting this unit causes really bad light bleeding then it's out.

How noticeable is it with regular lighting on? is it only noticeable in the dark?
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I'm looking at either the 75" version or a 70" of a different brand. Trying to decide if the additional 5" is really worth it. I sit around 12' away and currently have a 64". I'd consider 80" but I really don't want to sacrifice too much PQ going from a nice plasma unit.

Thoughts? By the way, I don't live in a city where I can go demo any of these TV's. Everything is a hour or more away to even look at one. I'll be ordering it online, when I do decide which one I want.
I went from 70 to 75. At first it didn't seem much bigger but when I watched the first movie on it I got a better sense of being immersed in the movie.
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I went from 70 to 75. At first it didn't seem much bigger but when I watched the first movie on it I got a better sense of being immersed in the movie.
What TV did you come from and how far away do you sit?

I would be jumping up 6-11" so I think it'll look good whatever size I get. We taped off on the wall how big the 75" would be and I was REALLY liking the size lol
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What TV did you come from and how far away do you sit?

I would be jumping up 6-11" so I think it'll look good whatever size I get. We taped off on the wall how big the 75" would be and I was REALLY liking the size lol
I had a Vizio M series, 70 inch and sit about 11 ft away.
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Definitely go with the biggest screen you can afford....I went from a 58 inch plasma to the 75 inch Sammie, wow what a difference and I sit about 13-14 feet away.
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I'm looking at either the 75" version or a 70" of a different brand. Trying to decide if the additional 5" is really worth it. I sit around 12' away and currently have a 64". I'd consider 80" but I really don't want to sacrifice too much PQ going from a nice plasma unit.

Thoughts? By the way, I don't live in a city where I can go demo any of these TV's. Everything is a hour or more away to even look at one. I'll be ordering it online, when I do decide which one I want.
Each time I buy a new TV I go bigger, 32" to 50", 50" to 65", 65" to 73". When I replaced my 65" RPTV I went with a DLP 65", what I didn't realize was the difference in depth made the TV look smaller, I exchanged it for the 73".

This time around I'm not ready to jump on the 4k bandwagon and didn't feel like sinking $200 into my DLP to be repaired. I was contemplating a 80" Sharp but according to my research they are almost guaranteed to get white pixels at some point. This 75" sits a few inches farther back than my 73" did but oddly the 2" size difference actually looks larger than 2".

With that said go with the 75" it will make a difference especially at larger viewing distances. I'm at about 13ft and even though I've lost that immersive feeling long ago coming from my 73" DLP to this 75" is a new and better experience for me.
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