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as much as the gamer in me wants to return it, i love this TV
Same here. The upscaling via the SmartHub apps is phenomenal.
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Also the red light blinks when the tv is off, anyone know why?
I don't think that is supposed to happen at least mine doesn't do that.
I would assume it would have something to do with the EcoPower settings.
Or do you have an HDMI device that is ON all the time which is triggering some HDMI handshake via HDMI CEC Control/Anynet+?
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FYI 40" 6950 just updated to V1060 firmware
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Yes it (6840) calibrates well since it has a 10 pt white balance option. I started a thread detailing the steps.
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I'm looking to purchase the Samsung Smart Control (TM1460A) for my UN55HU6840 which came with the std remote. I know the "6950" comes with the smart remote. Can someone look at their smart remote and see if there are any part numbers or markings on it? Would really appreciate it!!
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I'm looking to purchase the Samsung Smart Control (TM1460A) for my UN55HU6840 which came with the std remote. I know the "6950" comes with the smart remote. Can someone look at their smart remote and see if there are any part numbers or markings on it? Would really appreciate it!!

Hi,


Check your Model number I got No results for it.


For my SAMSUNG HDTV UN50HU6950FXZA at Replacementremotesdotcom:

Remote Model: BN5901185F New $61.36

Part Number: BN5901185F

UPC: SAMSUNG

Associated Number: BN59-01185F

Catalogue No.: 82505

This remote control controls units : Smart TV

Battery Required : 2 AA

Originally supplied with Smart TV models: UN40HU6950F, UN40HU6950FXZA, UN40HU6900FX, UN40HU6900FXZA, UN50HU6900FX, UN50HU6900FXZA, UN50HU6950F, UN50HU6950FXZA, UN55HU6900FX, UN55HU6900FXZA, UN55HU6950F, UN55HU6950FXZA, UN55HU7200F, UN55HU7200FXZA, UN55HU7250F, UN55HU7250FXZA, UN65HU7200F, UN65HU7200FXZA, UN65HU7250F, UN65HU7250FXZA
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I'm looking to purchase the Samsung Smart Control (TM1460A) for my UN55HU6840 which came with the std remote. I know the "6950" comes with the smart remote. Can someone look at their smart remote and see if there are any part numbers or markings on it? Would really appreciate it!!
My 6950 remote says
RF Type no: RMCTPH
MODEL NAME: RMCTPH1AP1
MODEL NAME: BN59-01185F
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Hi,


Check your Model number I got No results for it.


For my SAMSUNG HDTV UN50HU6950FXZA at Replacementremotesdotcom:

Remote Model: BN5901185F New $61.36

Part Number: BN5901185F

UPC: SAMSUNG

Associated Number: BN59-01185F

Catalogue No.: 82505

This remote control controls units : Smart TV

Battery Required : 2 AA

Originally supplied with Smart TV models: UN40HU6950F, UN40HU6950FXZA, UN40HU6900FX, UN40HU6900FXZA, UN50HU6900FX, UN50HU6900FXZA, UN50HU6950F, UN50HU6950FXZA, UN55HU6900FX, UN55HU6900FXZA, UN55HU6950F, UN55HU6950FXZA, UN55HU7200F, UN55HU7200FXZA, UN55HU7250F, UN55HU7250FXZA, UN65HU7200F, UN65HU7200FXZA, UN65HU7250F, UN65HU7250FXZA
Thank you! My UN55HU6840 does not "officially" support the smart remote which is why it doesn't show up on that list. I have enabled the "smart remote" settings in the advanced service menu which I believe will be enough to make it compatible. Time will tell...

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My 6950 remote says
RF Type no: RMCTPH
MODEL NAME: RMCTPH1AP1
MODEL NAME: BN59-01185F
Thank you! I have the BN59-01185F on order... Hopefully it pairs up with my TV.
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I don't think that is supposed to happen at least mine doesn't do that.
I would assume it would have something to do with the EcoPower settings.
Or do you have an HDMI device that is ON all the time which is triggering some HDMI handshake via HDMI CEC Control/Anynet+?
Hey,
Thanks, i switched the HDMI/Anynet to off and it stopped.
my HDMI input seems to be working the same
what is the use for that?

Thanks again, it was getting annoying
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Hey,
Thanks, i switched the HDMI/Anynet to off and it stopped.
my HDMI input seems to be working the same
what is the use for that?

Thanks again, it was getting annoying
Supposedly to automatic power off/control any HDMI devices connected to the TV with the TV remote.
Something like that.
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Same here. The upscaling via the SmartHub apps is phenomenal.
whats the upscaling app?
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whats the upscaling app?
I only use Youtube and Amazon Prime.
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Is the a 60hz or a 120hz set? Does it handle motion well on football games? Thanx.
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still haven't figured the 60 vs 120 but i have had no issues watching football or basketball. Rose Bowl looked outstanding, i thought my settings needed adjusting however with how bright the ducks uniforms were
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I read on an online review that the 60Hz reading was incorrect and the set was 120Hz. I will try and find the review.



Found it;
http://letstrashtalk.com/samsung-un5...art-tv-review/

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While many sites describe the Samsung UN50HU6950 television as having a 60 Hz refresh rate, this is NOT correct. The true native screen refresh rate is 120 Hz.

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Which AVR with this TV?

Which AVR's are you guys using with this TV? Are there any that are problematic? Any that work seamlessly?

I need a new AVR and I'm leaning towards the Denon x2100w. Should I expect any trouble with this TV and AVR?
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whats the upscaling app?
there isn't an upscaling app. The whole tv upscales signals coming into it. There are apps that allow you to run 4k programming which would be Netflix and Amazon but only programs they output in 4k. They each have 4k sections in their apps.
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I read on an online review that the 60Hz reading was incorrect and the set was 120Hz. I will try and find the review.



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http://letstrashtalk.com/samsung-un5...art-tv-review/

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While many sites describe the Samsung UN50HU6950 television as having a 60 Hz refresh rate, this is NOT correct. The true native screen refresh rate is 120 Hz.


Yeah well Samsung Factory Specs state 60hz. I would hope they know what they are talking about. If you do not watch allot of sports it will work fine for you

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Although Samsung states that this TV is 60hz If you read the reviews floating around what I take from the information provided is that this TV has a native refresh of 120 when displaying HD content... IE 1080P etc. Many of the reviews specify the 60hz when displaying 4K content. The other point that supports the native refresh of 120 is the Clear Motion 240, which Samsung always doubles the number from the native refresh, IE 120. If this were a 60hz panel Samsung would have marketed it as a Clear Motion 120 Panel.

I've had this Panel for nearly a month and I'm nothing but impressed. Sports looks incredible and all the 1080P content looks great upscaled. The limited 4K programming i've seen looks nothing but unreal. The only negative I've got for this panel is the viewing angles, they're pretty narrow.
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Possible overscan issues on Samsung UN55HU6950?

Hi, I am a new owner of a UN55HU6950 Samsung and appreciate all the information available from to audio and video community!

I'm no expert but knowledgeable enough on how to setup my displays and related to my liking. The new 4K Samsung wasn't that difficult, I did try a few settings posted online but ended up resetting and tweaking to my own liking. As far as calibration, I essentially tweaking the two most important fields to me which are contrast and brightness. IMO the right contrast and brightness makes or breaks a picture, especially a 4K picture. Lastly, I adjusted my picture size using the AVSHD 709 (Section 5) Sharpness and Overscan diagram. Displaying the diagram at 16x9 indicated a 5% loss of image, once switched to 'Screen Fit', I was able to see the white line around the edge indicating no overscan per the diagram, this tweaking was done at night as I had just purchased the TV a day earlier. A day later (next morning) I started to notice what I would describe as noise or artifacts randomly displayed at the top edge of the screen.

I can't determine what the source is as of yet but appears to be only when viewing my cable (Xfinity). I tested my Bluray and didn't see the noise or artifacts so assume something between my cable box and TV. I am using high speed HDMI from my Xfinity to the STB HDMI port and only saw this noise the morning after I adjusted the picture size. I believe I can successfully eliminate the noise by setting picture size back to 16x9 but is this normal? Also note that I did not see the artifacts or noise when viewing 4K content, at least what I could tell.

The noise or artifacts is at the top of the screen when present, on my 55" screen I would say it measures about 3/4 - 1" wide and would look similar to static with random color. If I can I will grab a picture to help identify if needed. My immediate thoughts are obviously return while I can but would like some input or options.

Things I have tried include: Verify settings from xfinity as16x9 HDMI (standard/stock setting using Menu with power off) and swapping the HDMI with another high speed. I have searched yet not been able to find one instance of the same issues.

Thanks in advance!
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Anybody get the 4k programming from Amazon to work on a HU6950? The 4k works with Netflix. I have been unable to figure out how to watch Amazon Prime 4k content.
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I was able to test Amazon the same day I purchased my UN55HU6950, about 1 week ago with no issues.
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Anybody get the 4k programming from Amazon to work on a HU6950? The 4k works with Netflix. I have been unable to figure out how to watch Amazon Prime 4k content.
To enjoy 4K content from Amazon Prime Instant Video you probably need to:

1. Update the app.
The apps on this TV are NOT automatically updated when there is a firmware update.
Apps are updated separately and the pre-installed version of Amazon Prime does NOT support 4K.
To ensure you have the current version of the app open the Smart Hub,
Select the Amazon Prime icon and click it long enough until a menu pops up and select Update Apps.

2. Open Amazon Prime after the update is completed.
You should see a 4K icon on the right side of the screen.
If I am not mistaken, currently ALL 4K content are PAY items, so a valid payment method associated with your Prime account is probably necessary.

3. Amazon recommends an Internet connection of at least 25Mbps to enjoy 4K content playback.
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Hi, I am a new owner of a UN55HU6950 Samsung and appreciate all the information available from to audio and video community!

I'm no expert but knowledgeable enough on how to setup my displays and related to my liking. The new 4K Samsung wasn't that difficult, I did try a few settings posted online but ended up resetting and tweaking to my own liking. As far as calibration, I essentially tweaking the two most important fields to me which are contrast and brightness. IMO the right contrast and brightness makes or breaks a picture, especially a 4K picture. Lastly, I adjusted my picture size using the AVSHD 709 (Section 5) Sharpness and Overscan diagram. Displaying the diagram at 16x9 indicated a 5% loss of image, once switched to 'Screen Fit', I was able to see the white line around the edge indicating no overscan per the diagram, this tweaking was done at night as I had just purchased the TV a day earlier. A day later (next morning) I started to notice what I would describe as noise or artifacts randomly displayed at the top edge of the screen.

I can't determine what the source is as of yet but appears to be only when viewing my cable (Xfinity). I tested my Bluray and didn't see the noise or artifacts so assume something between my cable box and TV. I am using high speed HDMI from my Xfinity to the STB HDMI port and only saw this noise the morning after I adjusted the picture size. I believe I can successfully eliminate the noise by setting picture size back to 16x9 but is this normal? Also note that I did not see the artifacts or noise when viewing 4K content, at least what I could tell.

The noise or artifacts is at the top of the screen when present, on my 55" screen I would say it measures about 3/4 - 1" wide and would look similar to static with random color. If I can I will grab a picture to help identify if needed. My immediate thoughts are obviously return while I can but would like some input or options.

Things I have tried include: Verify settings from xfinity as16x9 HDMI (standard/stock setting using Menu with power off) and swapping the HDMI with another high speed. I have searched yet not been able to find one instance of the same issues.

Thanks in advance!
Edit*** No answer or responce since submitting the inquiry but any input would be appreciated. From research that I did yesterday evening it appears 50% of forum users/av gurus believe that broadcast overscan issues are a thing of the past, the other 50% indicated that it's still a problem and especially with Xfinity. A quick email to my salesman / manager at BB indicated that power conditioning and or Xfinity box may prevent the artifacts seen at the top of the screen and possibly replace the HDMI but that was done in my initial diagnostics (replaced with high speed HDMI). I haven't seen the issues on BD nor 4k content so it does seem to be sourced somewhere from my cable box/dvr and the STB port etc. It is random but interestingly enough, I received an update banner for 1061 and maybe placebo in effect but it appears to have dispeared. Will report any updates..
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As stated above, I received a new update for my un55hu6950. We are now at 1061. Sorry if this is old news as I just got the update
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Hi,

WoW the 50" UHD HU6950 Series Smart TV is now $1,299.99 up from $799.00 Nov 2014 & $999.99 Dec 2014 at Samsungdotcom.
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is there a way to access service menu as the 40HU6950 egg remote can't do the off/mute, ###, power on ..entry since there is no direct ### entry,using a samsung bd remote didn't work either..(# # # = 1 8 2) ...any work around or service menu entry from the egg remote?

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is there a way to access service menu as the 40HU6950 egg remote can't do the off/mute, ###, power on ..entry since there is no direct ### entry,using a samsung bd remote didn't work either..(# # # = 1 8 2) ...any work around or service menu entry from the egg remote?
For mute, there is a button on the left side of the remote left of volume, for channel you can use the keypad button between search and source. I have the instructions for service menu but it didn't work so probably not specific to this tv. I'm learning this remote as well, currently a love hate relationship

I have learned to use the voice for navigation, works well but still need to use my harmony remote and the smart remote to do most things.

Did you setup your remote to control other devices yet? Once you have other devices programmed you can use the smart onscreen keypad to utilize..
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this tv is not 120hz it is 60hz..does not matter what your hearing set is 60hz
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I need a new AVR and I'm leaning towards the Denon x2100w. Should I expect any trouble with this TV and AVR?
It depends if you want to plug future 4k UHD devices into your AVR or directly into the TV. Unfortunately only the Onkyo's support HDCP2.2 at the moment. See this thread for more info https://www.avsforum.com/forum/90-rec...dcp-2-2-a.html

Basically, it should work fine for 1080p content, but likely not with your new UHD Blu-ray player next year.
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