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Thanks mx6bfast for the pics. Looks very nice.

Do i need a special mount, or does it come with some sort of adapters to make up for the curve where the mounting holes are?
I don't know, when the tv was delivered they only charged me $300 to mount it so I said ok. It looked like a normal mount, 40 - 65", that's just from me taking a look at the box when they walked by. I can pull the tv out a little bit or swivel it to the side.
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Thanks mx6bfast for the pics. Looks very nice.

Do i need a special mount, or does it come with some sort of adapters to make up for the curve where the mounting holes are?

It works with standard VESA mounts.
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Im visiting from the JS8500 thread. I am on my 3rd UN65JS8500 and am going for the 4th soon. they have all had the blue corner bleed.I love the JS8500 for every other reason

Question for the JS9000 owners, . Has anyone switched from a 65 JS8500 for a 65 JS9000?

The only thing holding me back is the CURVE. It will be wall mounted and about 11-12ft from the couch. I looked at the 65 JS9000 today and I like the darker bezel and the full OCB, but just dont know about the curve. Its 500cdn more than the JS8500 right now till Jan.5th.

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If you mean the grey backing. It doesn't look bad at all. I have mine mounted on the wall in front of my sofa. The curve is really nice.


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You guys must be very critical. I find my TV completely satisfactory. I actually found issue with the FALD on the 9500. Even up close I do not see the back light. No clouding or shifting hues either. It is fine. The picture shall suffice for me. I found the upscaling on this to be better than any other set. Remember, I had the OLED and 9500 here too. I guess I just do not put so much thought into a TV. To be honest the home has a very high end theater and I could care less about it. I am watching the 9000. I for one love this set. I am seriously not trying to troll. I really do find no fault whatsoever with this. Of course that is just me. I guess a big ymmv here. On the other hand mine is calibrated with Spyder. Perhaps that makes a difference. Not sure.


Edit: I do not notice the curve either. It might be like parachute pants. I will probably have an 8K TV by then anyways. Take or leave the curve. I feel it hardly matters in any regard. I think not noticing it might speak for itself anyways. Imo, does nothing. I also think OLED will give way to newer technology as well. It was a good time to buy a TV but just wait three years and we shall see what comes about.


I just need at least 5.1. Does anyone know of multi channel that is Wife friendly? I don't think there is for her. Unless I get in wall. Hate to do that because formats are quickly changing. I wish I could just get a sound bar. As I guessed it is probably hardly better than my high end 2 channel analog. Funny the signal goes through a DAC that is 20x the price of the TV but does little in this regard. I need multi channel but she will not let me get it in the bedroom. I am lucky I got a 55" TV but it is a very large room. So she did not think it was that big
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The curve is obvious to me, but to some it does not matter.

Even my 7 year old daughter notices it and says it looks funny.

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The curve is obvious to me, but to some it does not matter.

Even my 7 year old daughter notices it and says it looks funny.

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Thanks mx6bfast for the pics. Looks very nice.

Do i need a special mount, or does it come with some sort of adapters to make up for the curve where the mounting holes are?
It comes with spacers.
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You guys must be very critical. I find my TV completely satisfactory. I actually found issue with the FALD on the 9500. Even up close I do not see the back light. No clouding or shifting hues either. It is fine. The picture shall suffice for me. I found the upscaling on this to be better than any other set. Remember, I had the OLED and 9500 here too. I guess I just do not put so much thought into a TV. To be honest the home has a very high end theater and I could care less about it. I am watching the 9000. I for one love this set. I am seriously not trying to troll. I really do find no fault whatsoever with this. Of course that is just me. I guess a big ymmv here. On the other hand mine is calibrated with Spyder. Perhaps that makes a difference. Not sure.


Edit: I do not notice the curve either. It might be like parachute pants. I will probably have an 8K TV by then anyways. Take or leave the curve. I feel it hardly matters in any regard. I think not noticing it might speak for itself anyways. Imo, does nothing. I also think OLED will give way to newer technology as well. It was a good time to buy a TV but just wait three years and we shall see what comes about.


I just need at least 5.1. Does anyone know of multi channel that is Wife friendly? I don't think there is for her. Unless I get in wall. Hate to do that because formats are quickly changing. I wish I could just get a sound bar. As I guessed it is probably hardly better than my high end 2 channel analog. Funny the signal goes through a DAC that is 20x the price of the TV but does little in this regard. I need multi channel but she will not let me get it in the bedroom. I am lucky I got a 55" TV but it is a very large room. So she did not think it was that big

I blame Samsung marketing. I love my JS9000 55", but the curve does not make any seat the best seat! You still have to be dead center or close to it to get the best picture. I'm ok with the curve itself. I really only notice it if I'm using the web browser and pretty indifferent to it.
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Be honest, if you had the choice to buy again would you get the curve or the equivalent tv flat?

Just a question, I am not knocking the curve just trying to make my fickle mind up, having never had one.
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Be honest, if you had the choice to buy again would you get the curve or the equivalent tv flat?

Just a question, I am not knocking the curve just trying to make my fickle mind up, having never had one.
I didn't buy the JS9000 for the curve and if it were flat I'd still think it was a nice TV. I bought it because in the price range I was looking at it was the best TV for my usage. After having the curved set for a while I think flat TVs look strange now at times.
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Anyone have a clue what the HD Audio toggle is for in the audio settings? The TV will only bitstream standard Dolby Digital or DTS through the ARC and PCM only gives me stereo so what does this option even do?
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I got the 65" JS9000 a couple of weeks ago. Of course, Samsung has released a little bit of information about the future TVs being compatible with IoT, and being more secure, as well as have access to PS Now. I assume that all I need to do is upgrade the evolution kit when it becomes available, correct? I must admit, the evolution kit is really cool if this is the case.
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Anyone have a clue what the HD Audio toggle is for in the audio settings? The TV will only bitstream standard Dolby Digital or DTS through the ARC and PCM only gives me stereo so what does this option even do?

It's supposed to provide the TV sound re-sampled at HD audio quality.

Standard audio signals are sampled at 48 kHz while HD audio signals are sampled at 96 kHz.

It only works through the optical out and requires a compatible receiver.

Since I do not have a compatible receiver, I have no idea if it works or not or how well it works.

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I got the 65" JS9000 a couple of weeks ago. Of course, Samsung has released a little bit of information about the future TVs being compatible with IoT, and being more secure, as well as have access to PS Now. I assume that all I need to do is upgrade the evolution kit when it becomes available, correct? I must admit, the evolution kit is really cool if this is the case.

From what I've heard so far, that's what it sounds like.


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I recently purchased a 65JU7500 but had to return it because the LED backlight grid was clearly visible on any panning shot of bright colors. This wasn't so bad watching TV but in games it was distracting, since the array of bright LED spots would become visible in any sky, sand, or even grass when panning the camera in a first or third-person game, which you do constantly. Even golf games made the issue obvious. After I realized I was seeing the backlight, I noticed that they were also visible on RTINGS gray-uniformity slides for the 7100 and 7500 as well. As a result I've written off backlit Samsung models as I am apparently sensitive to this. I loved everything else about the 7500, so I decided to check out the edge-lit 65JS9000, since it comes the closest to the 7500's feature set and low input-lag. Therefore, I went to Best Buy and checked out the 8500s and 9000s on display, and to my disappointment every single one of them, 55 and 65 inch, had a blue glow along both the left and right sides of the screen. This glow extended about 3/4 of an inch into the picture, and was patently obvious on almost all scenes, far more than most uniformity issues that are usually hidden by the store lights and special demo material on display.

My question is, are most/all of the 9000s like this or does the store just have really bad luck of the draw with their display models?

Is it possible they (or the customers) have done something to cause this?

Does this issue get worse with time and usage?

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I recently purchased a 65JU7500 but had to return it because the LED backlight grid was clearly visible on any panning shot of bright colors. This wasn't so bad watching TV but in games it was distracting, since the array of bright LED spots would become visible in any sky, sand, or even grass when panning the camera in a first or third-person game, which you do constantly. Even golf games made the issue obvious. After I realized I was seeing the backlight, I noticed that they were also visible on RTINGS gray-uniformity slides for the 7100 and 7500 as well. As a result I've written off backlit Samsung models as I am apparently sensitive to this. I loved everything else about the 7500, so I decided to check out the edge-lit 65JS9000, since it comes the closest to the 7500's feature set and low input-lag. Therefore, I went to Best Buy and checked out the 8500s and 9000s on display, and to my disappointment every single one of them, 55 and 65 inch, had a blue glow along both the left and right sides of the screen. This glow extended about 3/4 of an inch into the picture, and was patently obvious on almost all scenes, far more than most uniformity issues that are usually hidden by the store lights and special demo material on display.

My question is, are most/all of the 9000s like this or does the store just have really bad luck of the draw with their display models?

Is it possible they (or the customers) have done something to cause this?

Does this issue get worse with time and usage?

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Pretty much every single LCD TV in history has had this with no local dimming. Turning on local dimming reduces or even eliminates this completely on most TVs. So if they have Smart LED off then you'll always see it. There are some sets that are worse than another of the same model though.

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Pretty much every single LCD TV in history has had this with no local dimming. Turning on local dimming reduces or even eliminates this completely on most TVs. So if they have Smart LED off then you'll always see it. There are some sets that are worse than another of the same model though.
I've owned edge-lit sets in the past and I'm familiar with light bleed and flashlighting issues. Usually those are spotty and only appear here or there. None of the other sets on display exhibited this issue. These blue edges were pretty uniform and bright, even on bright content. I wish I had taken a picture. I'm thinking these sets must be defective or somebody went around pushing on all the screens. No way all of them are like that, but it's really odd for a store's display models to have such severe issues.
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Well, we don't know how they were handled, if someone like you said pushed on them or whatever else. Your chances of getting one like the display models is pretty low I'd think.
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I've owned edge-lit sets in the past and I'm familiar with light bleed and flashlighting issues. Usually those are spotty and only appear here or there. None of the other sets on display exhibited this issue. These blue edges were pretty uniform and bright, even on bright content. I wish I had taken a picture. I'm thinking these sets must be defective or somebody went around pushing on all the screens. No way all of them are like that, but it's really odd for a store's display models to have such severe issues.

Don't forget that the store display models have the same content playing over and over again on a loop in "Dynamic" mode with the backlight at maximum.

This shouldn't be an issue with a "home" display. I don't have that problem on mine.

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... and 9000s on display, and to my disappointment every single one of them, 55 and 65 inch, had a blue glow along both the left and right sides of the screen. This glow extended about 3/4 of an inch into the picture, and was patently obvious on almost all scenes, far more than most uniformity issues that are usually hidden by the store lights and special demo material on display.

My question is, are most/all of the 9000s like this or does the store just have really bad luck of the draw with their display models?
I see this faint glow along the left and right edges of my 65JS9000, bought in March. I don't think it's gotten any worse in the time I've had the TV. It's not constant -- it comes and goes depending on the program material (in an unobvious way). I don't do games on it -- it doesn't bother me.

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Headed to Best Buy to look at an open box 65". They will let me turn it on. What should I look for?
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Headed to Best Buy to look at an open box 65". They will let me turn it on. What should I look for?
Look for any banged up edges, look for any obvious banding, and heavy clouding that protrudes into the center of the screen. Any backlight bleed should be isolated to the corners and sides if it is visible. With luck you can hook it up to an input source to see the picture and confirm no dead pixels and color issues.
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Got it home, just got finished hanging it up. Downloading new firmware from the web right now.

Looks good so far, knock on wood. Now just to use it for a bit and see if the wife and I like the curve or not.

They gave it to me for the same price as a JS8500 so $500 off. I thought that was fair. Most of the plastic was still on it and no dings that i can find other than finger prints on the screen

So I slapped a 4 year Geeksquad on it for $400. Just for peace of mind.

Ill search this thread for some picture settings and give it a go.
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Would someone be kind enough to point me in the proper direction for Samsung AllShare? Legit source that is, I keep getting various warnings from sites I'm getting.

Thanks, want to get this up and running finally. Must say it is odd it has to be wireless. Hoping my PC does not have to be wireless as well to make this work.
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Got it home, just got finished hanging it up. Downloading new firmware from the web right now.

Looks good so far, knock on wood. Now just to use it for a bit and see if the wife and I like the curve or not.

They gave it to me for the same price as a JS8500 so $500 off. I thought that was fair. Most of the plastic was still on it and no dings that i can find other than finger prints on the screen

So I slapped a 4 year Geeksquad on it for $400. Just for peace of mind.

Ill search this thread for some picture settings and give it a go.

Congratulations!

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Would someone be kind enough to point me in the proper direction for Samsung AllShare? Legit source that is, I keep getting various warnings from sites I'm getting.

Thanks, want to get this up and running finally. Must say it is odd it has to be wireless. Hoping my PC does not have to be wireless as well to make this work.
Ok, so despite my new tv saying I need this - I need Samsung Link instead.

Are there any comprehensive sources here that go over this? I set it up move folders of recorded tv and it always says it is empty. Surely I am goofing up along the way.

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I noticed that the video at the beginning of this thread is for the JS9500. Here is the JS9000 video:

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I noticed that the video at the beginning of this thread is for the JS9500. Here is the JS9000 video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pguN2Mxqc7I

Did you check the "Picture Settings" link in my signature?

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Yes I did, very nice and easy to understand!

I am still playing around, so far I like the set but it just doesn't seem as good as the previous three JS8500's but I know its basically the same set but curved and a couple more horsepower so Im sure its just that I haven't found the optimum settings yet.
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