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For some reason it had been removed from this thread. Sure there are some that still have access to it or can guide you to where to find it on a different thread.
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For some reason it had been removed from this thread. Sure there are some that still have access to it or can guide you to where to find it on a different thread.

I see! Is it dangerous or something? Why Remove it?
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I found this link

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/166-lc...thread-14.html

Will this work for JU7100??

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Anyone have the 60 inch ju7100 which comes with an MH01 panel (Sharp I believe) who can speak to your experience with that particular panel? Thanks!
I just want to dispel that any panel being used is any better than another with the Ju series. There is zero proof of that and I would say going by all the posts here it is proven you don't have to worry about it. In fact overall compared to some other models or makes some of the more common problems like clouding seem to be minimal. No matter the panel. Mine is not what people are calling a "Samsung" panel and it is outstanding.
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About the JS mod. I respect if posting that process is against the wishes or terms of the owner. So I am simply pointing out that sometimes suppressing information does not have the intended result. People and especially those who come here are looking for and talking about how to make changes to customize their TV and get info as to what TV fits their needs the best and find out about problems they may be having. During discussion something like the JS mod is going to be mentioned or talked about even if the actual process is not posted. But it's not having that info that is going to have some attempt it based on bits and pieces of information and have a greater risk of doing something wrong. Maybe a separate sign in for a different section of the forums where you are agreeing that anything posted there could do harm to the TV would be appropriate?
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About the JS mod. I respect if posting that process is against the wishes or terms of the owner. So I am simply pointing out that sometimes suppressing information does not have the intended result. People and especially those who come here are looking for and talking about how to make changes to customize their TV and get info as to what TV fits their needs the best and find out about problems they may be having. During discussion something like the JS mod is going to be mentioned or talked about even if the actual process is not posted. But it's not having that info that is going to have some attempt it based on bits and pieces of information and have a greater risk of doing something wrong. Maybe a separate sign in for a different section of the forums where you are agreeing that anything posted there could do harm to the TV would be appropriate?

Wow. I had no idea how taboo this was.. I just wanted to experience what everyone here is talking about.. that's all ;-(
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Wow. I had no idea how taboo this was.. I just wanted to experience what everyone here is talking about.. that's all ;-(
Since the PQ upgrades via FW updates have improved the performance to equal the previous JS Mod PQ, the only reason now for using it is to get the Amazon HDR streaming.
Some question actually, how good the Amazon HDR is re PQ and availability. Elsewise, check the HU7250 Forum as suggested. # 389.

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Since the PQ upgrades via FW updates have improved the performance to equal the previous JS Mod PQ, the only reason now for using it is to get the Amazon HDR streaming.
Some question actually, how good the Amazon HDR is re PQ and availability. Elsewise, check the HU7250 Forum as suggested. # 389.

Hello!

After doing some extensive research on it, I noticed this as well. Pretty much the new Official firmware is the same when it comes to colors in regards to the JS.

Soooo, by this logic, should I just use the latest reference I saw earlier on with the JS MOD when it comes to color settings? I seen some settings called CAL DAY and CAL Night. Don't know what that means? Or if I can achieve those settings without modding? Or does it even make a difference anymore like you said?

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Hello!

After doing some extensive research on it, I noticed this as well. Pretty much the new Official firmware is the same when it comes to colors in regards to the JS.

Soooo, by this logic, should I just use the latest reference I saw earlier on with the JS MOD when it comes to color settings? I seen some settings called CAL DAY and CAL Night. Don't know what that means? Or if I can achieve those settings without modding? Or does it even make a difference anymore like you said?
Because of interaction between Modes, I'm now calibrating Cal Day, Night, Standard (As best one can get), and Movie then using Movie since this is the preferred, and brightest of the Modes. The other modes are just to make Movie more stable, and cut down on the interactions.

Also set the other not calibrated Modes to Movie settings, where possible.

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Because of interaction between Modes, I'm now calibrating Cal Day, Night, Standard (As best one can get), and Movie then using Movie since this is the preferred, and brightest of the Modes. The other modes are just to make Movie more stable, and cut down on the interactions.

Also set the other not calibrated Modes to Movie settings, where possible.
Can you explain this in a little more detail? I'm asking because I haven't read anything in this thread before about "interactions between Modes." What are these interactions and how do they impact on PQ?

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Because of interaction between Modes, I'm now calibrating Cal Day, Night, Standard (As best one can get), and Movie then using Movie since this is the preferred, and brightest of the Modes. The other modes are just to make Movie more stable, and cut down on the interactions.

Also set the other not calibrated Modes to Movie settings, where possible.


I decided to bit the bullet and got the Cal Day/ Night Mode..

After setting up everything as recommended on previous pages, the colors and brightness still seems off. This is on Cal Night Mode Warm 2.

I decided to change Warm 2 to standard and BOOM. The colors came alive and it looked MUCH better than warm 2. Is there a reason for this?
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Can you explain this in a little more detail? I'm asking because I haven't read anything in this thread before about "interactions between Modes." What are these interactions and how do they impact on PQ?

Thanks.
Many people don't realize if they calibrate other Modes, it will affect a previously calibrated Mode, and throw it off spec.
So, I calibrate Cal Day, Move to Cal Night, do the best I can on Standard, then calibrate Movie Mode last. Gives me more stable calibration, that also maintains itself longer.
The non calibrated Modes are set to Movie Modes Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness and Backlight, any other settings that can be adjusted to match Movie Mode.

HDR then calibrated - 2 Point Gains and Offsets - the only settings that can be adjusted.
3D, have just been inputting in the Movie results, and have been happy with them set that way. Just up the Backlight to compensate for the glasses.

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I decided to change Warm 2 to standard and BOOM. The colors came alive and it looked MUCH better than warm 2. Is there a reason for this?

Read the first part of my "Picture Settings Guide" (Intro, Picture Modes, and Color Tone).

It might help put things in perspective.



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Read the first part of my "Picture Settings Guide" (Intro, Picture Modes, and Color Tone).

It might help put things in perspective.



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Has anyone been able to get the xbox one s to output 4k to this tv.
I get the message "your tv can do 4k, but not 4k/60."
So it only allows me to select 1080p, for games..
HDR is also greyed out..

With my himedia q10 pro player, I can play a 4k/60 hdr on the Samsung in HDR (the contrast and back light goes to max settings).

Im on newest xbox preview program build..

Hope someone can help..
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Has anyone been able to get the xbox one s to output 4k to this tv.
I get the message "your tv can do 4k, but not 4k/60."
So it only allows me to select 1080p, for games..
HDR is also greyed out..

With my himedia q10 pro player, I can play a 4k/60 hdr on the Samsung in HDR (the contrast and back light goes to max settings).

Im on newest xbox preview program build..

Hope someone can help..

Thanks

Make sure to enable "HDMI UHD Color" for the HDMI input your XBox is connected to.

For more tips, you can check out this post (from the JS Series Threads).

>> TV Settings for HDR <<


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Make sure to enable "HDMI UHD Color" for the HDMI input your XBox is connected to.

For more tips, you can check out this post (from the JS Series Threads).

>> TV Settings for HDR <<


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Thanks for info..

Tried all those settings, but still no go..
Maybe it's the current xbox firmware that is issue...

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Has anyone been able to get the xbox one s to output 4k to this tv.
I get the message "your tv can do 4k, but not 4k/60."
So it only allows me to select 1080p, for games..
HDR is also greyed out..

With my himedia q10 pro player, I can play a 4k/60 hdr on the Samsung in HDR (the contrast and back light goes to max settings).

Im on newest xbox preview program build..

Hope someone can help..
Thanks

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Don't know what to think. You said you make sure that the correct HDMI input UHD color is turned on in the settings. The Xbox-S is suppose to easily detect the 4K out of the console..
Did you try to manually update the console? There was a small update this past week which fixes glitches etc.. Check it out!
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Don't know what to think. You said you make sure that the correct HDMI input UHD color is turned on in the settings. The Xbox-S is suppose to easily detect the 4K out of the console..
Did you try to manually update the console? There was a small update this past week which fixes glitches etc.. Check it out!
UPDATE.

gpt my issue fixed .

Thanks to all for suggestions...

The trick was..

Had to set xbox one s to AUTO for output and NOT hdmi.
Then it detected HDR, 4k etc..
Awesome..

Then after that had a black screen.. Lol..
Turned out I had hdmi couplers on the main hdmi to extend it in past..
Once I got rid of that, picture was back.

Thanks again

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UPDATE.

gpt my issue fixed .

Thanks to all for suggestions...

The trick was..

Had to set xbox one s to AUTO for output and NOT hdmi.
Then it detected HDR, 4k etc..
Awesome..

Then after that had a black screen.. Lol..
Turned out I had hdmi couplers on the main hdmi to extend it in past..
Once I got rid of that, picture was back.

Thanks again

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I was waiting for your answer but that was my next suggestion!
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Hello guys, I have a UE55JU7005 I think it is the exact same as the JU7100.

I have ordered a PS4 Pro and there is a lot of talk about HDR.

Does this TV support HDR? Ive read online that some people say it doesn't and Samsung doesn't say that it does in its spec information.

But I actually managed to play the LG Chess HDR video on it and it looked amazing. Like looking through a window. Though the screen brightness was turned up to max, which is of course unacceptable when normally using the TV.

I think maybe it has received an HDR firmwire update?????

So anyway, can anyone confirm if it does support HDR? Does it support it in gaming mode? If yes then is there lag when using HDR in gaming mode? Right now when Im playing PS4 in gaming mode there is basically zero lag.
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Hello guys, I have a UE55JU7005 I think it is the exact same as the JU7100.

I have ordered a PS4 Pro and there is a lot of talk about HDR.

Does this TV support HDR? Ive read online that some people say it doesn't and Samsung doesn't say that it does in its spec information.

But I actually managed to play the LG Chess HDR video on it and it looked amazing. Like looking through a window. Though the screen brightness was turned up to max, which is of course unacceptable when normally using the TV.

I think maybe it has received an HDR firmwire update?????

So anyway, can anyone confirm if it does support HDR? Does it support it in gaming mode? If yes then is there lag when using HDR in gaming mode? Right now when Im playing PS4 in gaming mode there is basically zero lag.
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Hello guys. Im planning on buy a tv mainly for HDR. I have a few wuestions in my mind an i hope someone may be able to help.
1) From what Ive read, the JU7100 doesnt have WCG. Is WCG necessary for HDR? Is the JU7100's HDR good enough without the WCG?
2) How does it compare to the HDR of the higher end models?
3) I will be keeping this tv for atleast 4-5 years. Is the HDR good enough to last me this long or will it get outdated soon keeping in mind the rapid advancements being made in this department.
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Hello guys. Im planning on buy a tv mainly for HDR. I have a few wuestions in my mind an i hope someone may be able to help.
1) From what Ive read, the JU7100 doesnt have WCG. Is WCG necessary for HDR? Is the JU7100's HDR good enough without the WCG?
2) How does it compare to the HDR of the higher end models?
3) I will be keeping this tv for atleast 4-5 years. Is the HDR good enough to last me this long or will it get outdated soon keeping in mind the rapid advancements being made in this department.

I would recommend you look at the 2016 models.

Or if you're not in a rush to purchase, wait 'til the 2017 models are announced.

The 2015 models (including my SUHD JS9000) are already outdated when it comes to HDR.


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If price is an issue and the 7100 is available at a greatly reduced price I can see getting it as it has excellent PQ and seems to have very little problems overall.

Otherwise I probably wouldn't buy what is going to be a two year old model with technological changes happening particularly regarding HDR but also other things. In many previous models years it didn't matter as much to buy an older model.
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If price is an issue and the 7100 is available at a greatly reduced price I can see getting it as it has excellent PQ and seems to have very little problems overall.

Otherwise I probably wouldn't buy what is going to be a two year old model with technological changes happening particularly regarding HDR but also other things. In many previous models years it didn't matter as much to buy an older model.
No Amazon, nor Netflix HDR streaming available currently, except on an external device. Don't forget to factor that into the price.
As Richard says, watch what is new for CES 2017. Prices will drop by the following Black Friday.
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I would recommend you look at the 2016 models.

Or if you're not in a rush to purchase, wait 'til the 2017 models are announced.

The 2015 models (including my SUHD JS9000) are already outdated when it comes to HDR.


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How about the Ku7000 then? Do you have any idea if that has a 10 bit or an 8 bit panel?
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How about the Ku7000 then? Do you have any idea if that has a 10 bit or an 8 bit panel?
It's an 8 bit edge lit. So I think it's actually less good than the ju7100. Doesn't have wcg either.

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It does have WCG but the 8 bit and 60 hz panel isnt good enough. Which other good HDR capabale tv would you recommend in this price range?
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It does have WCG but the 8 bit and 60 hz panel isnt good enough. Which other good HDR capabale tv would you recommend in this price range?
On rtings they say it doesn't have a wcg.

I think you should wait for the the new models to drop. The 16 models will get a lot cheaper.

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