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So weird. I thought Movie mode was the only mode even remotely useable. I tried Standard mode a couple times and hated it. Maybe I need to give my eyes more time to adjust.

Honestly though, I’m quite satisfied with Rtings settings, but I may still try a few tweaks.
I became a fan Movie mode after being convinced by forum users with my first Samsung 2016 HDR KS8000. It does take a few days of watching to get used to it.
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So weird. I thought Movie mode was the only mode even remotely useable. I tried Standard mode a couple times and hated it. Maybe I need to give my eyes more time to adjust.

Honestly though, I’m quite satisfied with Rtings settings, but I may still try a few tweaks.
I have to agree about movie mode. I also use Rtings settings and like them. Movie mode gets us closer to proper calibrated settings and to seeing what the director intended.

Everybody has different tastes so there is no wrong mode to enjoy your TV.
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I have to agree about movie mode. I also use Rtings settings and like them. Movie mode gets us closer to proper calibrated settings and to seeing what the director intended.

Everybody has different tastes so there is no wrong mode to enjoy your TV.
I agree...I always start with the most accurate mode and work from there. It usually produces the most pleasing image to my eye as well.

Ime, people who have been watching inaccurate tv’s for years, like my dad, can’t seem to get used to a properly calibrated set. Even when I do a simple disc level calibration on his set, the next time I visit he’s got the tv back to the old OOB Vivid/Dynamic settings. I don’t even bother anymore. Lol
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I agree...I always start with the most accurate mode and work from there. It usually produces the most pleasing image to my eye as well.

Ime, people who have been watching inaccurate tv’s for years, like my dad, can’t seem to get used to a properly calibrated set. Even when I do a simple disc level calibration on his set, the next time I visit he’s got the tv back to the old OOB Vivid/Dynamic settings. I don’t even bother anymore. Lol
Movie mode is best but actually can be broken a lot. Sometimes even standart can be better. Human eye is less sensitive to blue color than yellow for example. If you find movie mode too yellow on this set, just try rise blue gain 4 pt on this set and decrease green 1-2 points. Maybe it ll help for some of you and eliminate unnatural yellow tint on this set to bring you closer to reference white

But even all this was said... reference calibrated movie mode is not yellow or gray or anything. Its just neutral and human eye need only about 1 minute to adjust.... but unfortunatelly movie is broken very often, on this tv its yellow tint

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Movie mode is best but actually can be broken a lot. Sometimes even standart can be better. Human eye is less sensitive to blue color than yellow for example. If you find movie mode too yellow on this set, just try rise blue gain 4 pt on this set and decrease green 1-2 points. Maybe it ll help for some of you and eliminate unnatural yellow tint on this set to bring you closer to reference white
I will keep that in mind, even though I haven’t found it objectionable on most content.

It does definitely lean more towards yellow than my Z9F and 900F did, but it’s still well within my acceptable threshold. I actually prefer my tv to be a little closer to yellow than blue. That cool look sometimes sucks all the life out of an image imo. My C8 leans a lot more toward blue than my Q90, but again still within my acceptable threshold.

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Received my Q90R 75" direct from Samsung yesterday. After unpacking and moving to media room, powered on TV before attempted to mount and pretty sure its defective. Pics attached, but screen has lines all across it, more pronounced from right side. I'm going to call Samsung now and sense this won't be fun! Frustrating too that the delivery company contracted by Samsung was a single driver only - could barely get it across my driveway.
Can anyone offer any insights into what this might be?
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Movie mode is best but actually can be broken a lot. Sometimes even standart can be better. Human eye is less sensitive to blue color than yellow for example. If you find movie mode too yellow on this set, just try rise blue gain 4 pt on this set and decrease green 1-2 points. Maybe it ll help for some of you and eliminate unnatural yellow tint on this set to bring you closer to reference white

But even all this was said... reference calibrated movie mode is not yellow or gray or anything. Its just neutral and human eye need only about 1 minute to adjust.... but unfortunatelly movie is broken very often, on this tv its yellow tint
Would you mind posting your settings? For sdr and HDR? I don't need the color shifts, just the main ones. I'd like to test it out tonight.
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Can anyone offer any insights into what this might be?
Have you tried viewing an online app yet? It's possible you could have a damaged One Connect Cable. Jiggle the cable while viewing the screen and see if anything changes. It's a long shot because your menu is affected, but it's easy enough to check.

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Would you mind posting your settings? For sdr and HDR? I don't need the color shifts, just the main ones. I'd like to test it out tonight.
I have just SDR... HDR is pointless this stage my opinion. But keep in mind that without white balance (i fixed gamma through) it propably wont be suited for your TV. But... settings are actually very simillar to what websites recomend:
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backlight 26
brightnes 0
contrast 45
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gamma BT1886 0 (without white ballance maybe recomend gamma 2.2)
color space custom (even on default)

As i said before if picture is yelow use white ballance and add blue gain 4 and remove green gain 1 or 2

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Maybe a question... can any good soul try to deactivate dimming in pc mode through service menu and make a one shot test?

cause this is my TV without dimming mask... a little bit different than RTINGS test without dimming.... horrible black like on picture was actually wissible through my eye.
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I will keep that in mind, even though I haven’t found it objectionable on most content.

It does definitely lean more towards yellow than my Z9F and 900F did, but it’s still well within my acceptable threshold. I actually prefer my tv to be a little closer to yellow than blue. That cool look sometimes sucks all the life out of an image imo. My C8 leans a lot more toward blue than my Q90, but again still within my acceptable threshold.
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So which one you like the best?
Overall, I prefer the Q90. It’s the more versatile set.

The anti-reflection filter makes this set extra special imo, it’s that good! I like the extra brightness for HDR and daytime viewing as well.

The C8 colors looks much more vibrant on my crappy low rez SDR cable though.
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Like... I have no idea how you guys can tell the difference between these settings, maybe I gotta get my eyes checked out.

STANDARD is the 1st thumbnail and MOVIE is the 2nd

To me, Movie resembles a "warm" picture and Standard is a "Cool" picture.
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Like... I have no idea how you guys can tell the difference between these settings, maybe I gotta get my eyes checked out.

STANDARD is the 1st thumbnail and MOVIE is the 2nd

To me, Movie resembles a "warm" picture and Standard is a "Cool" picture.
You can adjust the color temperature in either of them to be more cool, or warm. Movie is an overall dimmer picture with more accurate colors, where Standard has more punch, and brighter picture. From the Forbes review he said Standard hits a little over 2000 nits peak brightness, but most other reviews are done in Movie mode with 1400-1600 peaks.
There is no better mode. It's all just preference. I personally like the brighter picture.
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I have the E6 65”. Considering the Q90R 75”. But I had the 65”. When I lowered backlight it made the picture worse. Any idea why? It’s just such a bright tv and I want it to be more like my E6. I don’t have to lower or raise the OLED light on my E6. It looks fine. But on the Q90R it looked worse when I lowered the backlight.

Hope someone can help me understand. I have a chance to get the Q90R 75” today but concerned because I will have to make it a darker picture like my E6.
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Maybe a question... can any good soul try to deactivate dimming in pc mode through service menu and make a one shot test?

cause this is my TV without dimming mask... a little bit different than RTINGS test without dimming.... horrible black like on picture was actually wissible through my eye.
Wow that looks straight like an ips panel. I guess the wide angle tech really hurts the native contrast huh? Is the blooming bad on this set?
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Wow that looks straight like an ips panel. I guess the wide angle tech really hurts the native contrast huh? Is the blooming bad on this set?
Yesterday i watched fireworks demo on youtube in night view. Actually blooming was very obvious. It doesnt mean that it was unwatchable but there were visible gray marks in black around fireworks....... and so... Well... I think that scenes where dimming cant do its work effectively so the picture is reliable on natural contrast levels of TV there is blooming .... actually quite a lot on my set.
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Wow that looks straight like an ips panel. I guess the wide angle tech really hurts the native contrast huh? Is the blooming bad on this set?
Yesterday i watched fireworks demo on youtube in night view. Actually blooming was very obvious. It doesnt mean that it was unwatchable but there were visible gray marks in black around fireworks....... and so... Well... I think that scenes where dimming cant do its work effectively so the picture is reliable on natural contrast levels of TV there is blooming .... actually quite a lot on my set.
Did you watch with bias lighting? How far do you sit from the tv? I think these two factors really affect the perception of blooming and black level. I have a 49” x900f. When I sit 2.5m from it (which is too far for me), with bias light on, the black actually looks really good and there is almost no visible blooming. But once I move closer to less than 1m which is the distance I’m comfortable with, picture quickly becomes washed out and blooming is very visible at the corners and sides
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Did you watch with bias lighting? How far do you sit from the tv? I think these two factors really affect the perception of blooming and black level. I have a 49” x900f. When I sit 2.5m from it (which is too far for me), with bias light on, the black actually looks really good and there is almost no visible blooming. But once I move closer to less than 1m which is the distance I’m comfortable with, picture quickly becomes washed out and blooming is very visible at the corners and sides
About 3meters .... lights off. And I know what you want to tell... so you dont have lot of blooming I see even during day on some challenging scenes as I wrote before but I think I know where is problem... I ll have to test it in next few days... If i am right I ll let you know
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Can someone confirm that if you do the Samsung financing deal with the 2-yr "trade-in" feature, you get to keep the original set? If this is so, buying the Q90 now, in the expectation that micro LED will be available in 2 yrs looks very attractive.

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Can someone confirm that if you do the Samsung financing deal with the 2-yr "trade-in" feature, you get to keep the original set? If this is so, buying the Q90 now, in the expectation that micro LED will be available in 2 yrs looks very attractive.
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Can someone confirm that if you do the Samsung financing deal with the 2-yr "trade-in" feature, you get to keep the original set? If this is so, buying the Q90 now, in the expectation that micro LED will be available in 2 yrs looks very attractive.
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Can someone confirm that if you do the Samsung financing deal with the 2-yr "trade-in" feature, you get to keep the original set? If this is so, buying the Q90 now, in the expectation that micro LED will be available in 2 yrs looks very attractive.
I’ll give at least 5 years for Microled to be remotely affordable
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Could be true, but at the rate the prices for the Q90 are coming down already; it might not be. I plan on waiting for this year's Superbowl sales to buy either the 82" Q90 or Q900, so that would be 2 1/2 yrs from now for the micro LED. I want a modular micro LED of 98" size to replace my FP setup and the micro LED sets of this size "might" be more attractive than the same size LED sets. My Condo elevator cannot take anything bigger than an 82" set. I figure that 2 1/2 yrs from now, there will be enough 8K content from 5G to make it worthwhile to have an 8K set. Meanwhile, the Q90 is a very good interim set and will go great in a secondary location.

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heads up, the biggest Samsung phone Leaker leaked today that the Galaxy Note 10 may come with an IR blaster/Remote control app for the S-pen. surely the 2019 Samsung tvs would be at the forefront of control with the S-pen.
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backlight 26
brightnes 0
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This surprises me. I see visible ringing even with sharpness set to 1.
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This surprises me. I see visible ringing even with sharpness set to 1.
I am at Sharpness 3 based upon test patterns during my basic calibration. I doubt I can even notice the difference with typical content.
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Has anyone else's set been turning off randomly? We've been having this issue with it turning off right in the middle of programs. All the econo settings are off.
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