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I just wondering if i am the only one who has taken a gamble on the new samsung 65mu9000 see very little info reviews etc on it yet. Other than an issue i posted above and its extremely narrow viewingles I like it so far. Still needs some adjusting etc.

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For those who might be interested on samsungs responce to my line issue posted above. The panel was replaced within a week to my satisfaction. Although it was agravating to have an issue on a brand new unit their response was quick and efficient. Looking for other owners of the 65mu9000 and their opinions.

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Ok, decided I am returning the TV. Mostly because of the reasons above, but also I realized having a Curved 49 inch TV when sitting 15 feet away was a waste, basically was paying a premium for a curved TV and wasn't getting the full effect out of it because of the distance to the TV and the size.

I will mention the TV was one of the fast TV's I've ever used (turning on).
Best Buy has the 65MU9000 on sale this week for 2000. The MU8000 got pretty solid reviews and scores especially for gamers like me. Do you game on your MU9000? Like you said, there is very little information/reviews on this TV. Odd, since it's been out a couple of months.
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I have one and having some issues with it. First the off angle viewing is aweful. The worst ive seen. I also have an issue with distortion or a line predominately at top 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep horizontally below the bezel. They quickly replaced the pannel but still in samsung csr hell on this issue my local dealer was a slam bam thank you mam. Should have bought from bb. Other wise this has the potential of being a good not great tv. One month in and our 76 yo eyes cannot enjoy sorry for the rant have the sammy k950 sb and 8500 bd player no issues with them. Mabey the issues or others might be why little has been heard about this 65mu9000 and the big price reduction.

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For the unknowing buyer, they'll sell. But the sony 900e is better than all of them and priced much better too.
Why?...what makes it clearly better? ratings have them 8.2 for the Sony with the Samsung at 8.0 in the BB Mag department side by side they were very very close each having some pro's and cons....also they are identcalty priced, there is a $200.00 coupon if you turn in ANY TV for recycling which makes the MU9000 $200.00 less then the Sony
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Why?...what makes it clearly better? ratings have them 8.2 for the Sony with the Samsung at 8.0 in the BB Mag department side by side they were very very close each having some pro's and cons....also they are identcalty priced, there is a $200.00 coupon if you turn in ANY TV for recycling which makes the MU9000 $200.00 less then the Sony
900e has fald and brighter. mu8000 is edge lit.
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900e has fald and brighter. mu8000 is edge lit.
Yes but we are speaking of the mu9000, I undrstand about the 900E being FALD but brighter?
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Yes but we are speaking of the mu9000, I undrstand about the 900E being FALD but brighter?
http://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/pictu...eak-brightness

rtings' tests suggest that the MU9000 is brighter than the MU8000, but only trivially. The 900E was much brighter.
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900e has fald and brighter. mu8000 is edge lit.
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http://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/pictu...eak-brightness

rtings' tests suggest that the MU9000 is brighter than the MU8000, but only trivially. The 900E was much brighter.
The Samsung specialist said the NIT level was 1500 at BB, Mag guys who spoke said it was brighter then the 900E but the 900E had more "natural" colors. It seems to be subjective. I know when I saw the same content this week on a OLED and the MU9000 I was surprised how well I liked it, but maybe it is my eyes ...who knows
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Is there an "official" thread on the MU6300 series yet? I picked up 2 of these at Costco (on sale) and want to follow the discussion on them.
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Just bought the MU6300 65" today myself and was hoping to find a thread on the set. I had hoped to find some settings to try, I know settings are different for every room and light situation, but it does help to see what others have tried that works for them.
I hope we get more people posting about these sets.

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Try the setting on rtings.com I used them and the picture is so much better.
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Is there an "official" thread on the MU6300 series yet? I picked up 2 of these at Costco (on sale) and want to follow the discussion on them.
I also picked one up and was able to get the big price drop last week. Costco is great and gave me a credit right away for the lower price. I am enjoying the big screen. I got the 75 inch.
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Try the setting on rtings.com I used them and the picture is so much better.
Just tried the settings and it did make a big difference ! Thanks for telling me about them. I had a Vizio M602i-B3 before, but it got hit by a surge from a lightning strike on Sunday morning at around 4:30am. Fried the power board on it so I went to get a new TV and bought this Sammy. Thing is about the strike, I had this and all my other AV equipment hooked to the same surge protector, but only the Vizio was damaged.
After inputting these settings I believe the picture on the Samsung is a little better that my Vizio was. I like this TV so far, but I'll have to play around with it a little more and try some other sources before I know whether I like this set better or not.

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http://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/mu8000

MU8000 has WCG, not sure if it employs Quantum Dots or not, but it has one. The way I see these tvs is just replacements for the previous years with probably not much real world improvements:

MU6300/MU6500 = KU6300/KU6500 replacement; 60hz, no WCG, no local dimming
MU7000/MU7500 = KU7000/KU7500 replacement; 60hz, WCG, no local dimming
MU8000/MU8500 = KS8000/KS8500 replacement; 120hz, WCG, edge lit local dimming
MU9000 = KS9000 replacement; 120hz, WCG, edge lit local dimming...slightly better something over MU8xxx like the KS9xxx has over the KS8xxx (no real world improvement)

What's sad is the review of the MU8000 looks like they took a KS8000 and made it slightly worse...and are charging $2200 for the 65" while a KS8000 is only $1400-$1500, if you want something actually better than a KS8000 you'll probably have to jump up to the $4000 Q7F, which is MARGINALLY better
Are you sure the MU6300 series does not have 120hz? The specs from Samsung.com (http://www.samsung.com/us/support/ow...-tv-mu6-series) say it has Motion Rate* 120
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Are you sure the MU6300 series does not have 120hz? The specs from Samsung.com (http://www.samsung.com/us/support/ow...-tv-mu6-series) say it has Motion Rate* 120
120hz is the fake refresh rate with motion interpolation, it's a 60hz panel. The MU6300/6500 and MU7000/7500 are all 60hz tvs. The MU8000 and higher start 120hz panels.

Always half the "motion rate" on Samsung 4k tvs.
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Will the ARC on this TV support multi-channel lossless audio? For instance if I were to connect a blu-ray or UHD player to the TV, would it be able to send the lossless audio back to the AVR over ARC?
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Will the ARC on this TV support multi-channel lossless audio? For instance if I were to connect a blu-ray or UHD player to the TV, would it be able to send the lossless audio back to the AVR over ARC?
Nevermind, found my own answer. The MU6300 displays will only pass DD or DTS 5.1 audio through ARC or Optical connection.
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I need a little advice and help. I just a bought a new Samsung UN65MU6300 4k tv and I need a little help with connecting everything to it.
Here is a list of the equipment I will be connecting to it. Directv HR54-200 with the C61k-700 4k box, Sony BDP-S6200 blu-ray 4k, Toshiba HDDVD HD-A2, and the Yamaha RX-V677 receiver. I know the Yamaha RX-V677 will not pass a 4k signal so I have to connect the 4k box and blu-ray directly to the tv and use a toslink cable to get my surround sound, so here's the question, do I run a toslink to both the 4k box and blu-ray player and then to the 677, or would it be better to run 1 toslink cable from the digital output of the tv to the 677 ?
I use the 7.2 speaker setup using 2 front presence speakers. Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated !
Also should I use the 4k setting mode 1 or mode 2 on my sony Blu-ray ?
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Hey guys, sorry to post back to back times but I did connect the TV up to my Directv and I noticed something in the picture last night.
I noticed that in some of the dark areas of the picture you could see some very faint green lines and what I would call splotches, or maybe artifacts. Sorry I am not very tech savvy when it comes to TV terms. It can be very hard to see at times and it's not there all the time, but it was a HD source ( the movie Harts war on Starz was when I first noticed it ). I have sense noticed several more times and then this morning as I was watching the 4k channel on 104 the bottom left part of the screen just went to a solid green for a few seconds.
I am going to attach a couple of pictures to give you an idea of what I am seeing. The 1st pic is a closeup of the screen and the second is what looks like a rainbow effect ( I think that's what it's called ). But what really concerns me is the little fine green lines that I saw last night and then the big green splotch in the bottom right of the screen this morning. It was only for a second or so, but I have never seen anything like that on my other tv.
I did try different picture settings which didn't seem to help, and I did notice that it seems worse on some shows than others, but all were HD content.
So I am just wondering if this is a problem with the TV or with the source. Just wondering so I know whether to take this set back and exchange it for another while I still am under the store return time ?

Do you think I should return this one for another of the same model, and if not, what TV would you recommend in it's place ? I have to stay within budget which is no more than $1300.00 tax included, it's all I have to spend right now because of health issues I am dealing with.
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What is the command to get the screen that shows you what is coming into the TV from a source? It comes up when you first go to a source and then goes away. I can't find how to show it again.
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I used the calibration settings on rtings when adjusting my UN75MU6300. When watching Directv it seems that the picture is a bit too bright with colors being a little washed out. What setting(s) should I adjust to bring this down? Thanks.
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I used the calibration settings on rtings when adjusting my UN75MU6300. When watching Directv it seems that the picture is a bit too bright with colors being a little washed out. What setting(s) should I adjust to bring this down? Thanks.
I bought the 65" and you have the 75" so that will make a difference as to how our TV's look using the same settings. Every TV, even the same size and model can be different because of the size and the lighting of whatever room you have your TV in, but you can play with the settings and see if it helps with your TV.
Somebody that knows more than I do may chime in, but I would start with the Brightness setting, and turn it down just a bit ( I have mine set on -1) and then on to Contrast and turn it down just a tad, (I have mine at 92), and then backlight which (I have at 14). You can turn those setting down a bit from what you have now if your TV is too bright.
I also turned my color up to 52 to get a little more color and I am very happy with the way mine looks now.

You can try to turn your settings up or down more than what I have to find where it suits your taste and the lighting in your room. Also when you turn on the "LED Clear Motion" setting, it will darken the picture automatically ( somebody that knows more than I do will have to explain why this happens with this setting ). And of course it will brighten the picture some when you turn it off.
I wish I could help you more, but I just bought my MU6300 a little over a week ago and still learning about it myself but wanted to help if I could.

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I did move the settings around a little bit and found a happy place. My room is a little bright during the day so I did keep the picture a little bright but am very satisfied with this set.
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Can someone explain to me how to use the HDMI ACR input? On my previous TV I had the antenna input connected directly to the TV and set the TV to passthrough optical audio to my AVR. It's my understanding that this isn't necessary with the HDMI ACR input. I'd like to be able passthrough audio from my TV (antenna, Netflix, YouTube, etc.) to the AVR. I think the issue is I can't figure out how to select the HDMI ACR input on the TV. Right now I have my receiver doing the HDMI switching between DVR, Blu-ray, and HD-DVD. Any help is appreciated.
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You connect the HDMI 3 (arc) on the TV to an HDMI ARC connection on your AVR. To listen to sound you would select the ARC AVR connection. I believe that for ARC to work you need to use both the ARC enabled HDMI connections on your TV and AVR.

Once you have this connection then the audio signals from the TV will pass through the ARC channel to your AVR.

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You connect the HDMI 3 (arc) on the TV to an HDMI ARC connection on your AVR. To listen to sound you would select the ARC AVR connection. I believe that for ARC to work you need to use both the ARC enabled HDMI connections on your TV and AVR.

Once you have this connection then the audio signals from the TV will pass through the ARC channel to your AVR.
That is what I figured but I don't see how to select the HDMI ARC input connection. Maybe it's just my Logitech Harmony remote not having the ability to program to the HDMI ARC input.
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I had that exact problem with my Yamaha receiver. For my Yamaha, to use the ARC connection you select AV 2 input on the Yamaha. The default was AV 2. Another way to find what input the AVR is using is to watch TV and then select each AVR input one by one and see which one the sound comes on through.

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I had that exact problem with my Yamaha receiver. For my Yamaha, to use the ARC connection you select AV 2 input on the Yamaha. The default was AV 2. Another way to find what input the AVR is using is to watch TV and then select each AVR input one by one and see which one the sound comes on through.

I have a Harmony remote too and love it.
Not sure I follow. I have a Yamaha V379 AVR and I'm using the HDCP 2.2 HDMI Out on the AVR to the HDMI ARC In on the TV.
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I used the calibration settings on rtings when adjusting my UN75MU6300. When watching Directv it seems that the picture is a bit too bright with colors being a little washed out. What setting(s) should I adjust to bring this down? Thanks.
Adjust gamma and see if that helps-- this is especially useful to adjust if you want to tune for bright vs dark room (backlight as well)
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