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post #1291 of 1640 Old 04-29-2015, 08:25 PM
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Oh man! This blows.

Well, I appreciate your guys' input. Now the questions is... Should I return this set to B&H? I absolutely love the PQ, so maybe it's worth paying for a repair? I have a Samsung service place here in town, so I'll give them a call tomorrow and ask how much it would cost to fix it, if it's doable.

Ill call B&H and the Samsung repair place tomorrow. Fingers crossed? Yikes

Yippee-ki-yay...
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I looked into it when I cracked my first set. A new screen costs more than a new set. Sort of like putting a car together from parts, I guess.
Take it back.
Look really hard for another one.

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Thanks, Michael. That... scares me

I did call B&H before I left for work this morning and the customer service was top notch. The guy instantly issued me a RMA with paid shipping back to them, and he said that I can either get a full refund or a replacement product (which is unlikely, giving how rare these plasmas are now).

However, I did ask him about a possible repair - they are paying shipping from NM to NY, so that can't be cheap, maybe they'd pay for the repair itself? He said that it depends on the price, but they do that if possible. If the price isn't out of this world, I could even pay for some of the repair myself, who know.

All in all, it's such a small blob in the corner, and such an amazing PQ... but I can't live with that. Watching anything, that's way too distracting.

I truly hope there's a way for me to keep the PN60F5300. It's one hell of a TV.

Thanks for the help!

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Good luck cesar123 & keep us updated.

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Take the money and get a refurb from newegg:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...g&gclsrc=aw.ds

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I'm giving up on this set. I can't stand the buzzing anymore! I might call Samsung and see what they can do for me, but I'm a firm believer that when there is silence in media, the TV should be silent. Sorry for the off-topic gripe!
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I'm giving up on this set. I can't stand the buzzing anymore! I might call Samsung and see what they can do for me, but I'm a firm believer that when there is silence in media, the TV should be silent. Sorry for the off-topic gripe!
Our 60F5300B is extremely quiet. I can hear a faint buzz only when I place an ear within a few inches from the screen.

Your unit must have something wrong with it. Hopefully it is still under warranty.
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I absolutely agree with Alex, ours is incredibly quiet as well. I am actually amazed at his quiet it is being that my Hitachi (though it IS 7 years old) has a faint hum.
Obviously everyone's set will be different, but it's not normal for it to be that loud. I would definitely notify the store where you purchased it and inquire about a replacement.
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Thanks guys, I contacted Samsung, we'll see what they say. TBH I'm not a fan of pentile either because it makes text on my computer barely readable, but if I can get rid of the buzzing then I'd be willing to deal with it for another few years.
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Your sharpness setting is probably too high.
Raise it for movies, lower it for text.
Or find a happy medium.

You can also run through the ClearType preferences:
https://www.microsoft.com/typography...uner/tune.aspx

You should end up being VERY happy with this set.

Good luck.

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Finally got around to trying the 2-point gain adjustment on my 5300B. No matter how far up or down I turned the green or red gain there was zero difference in pink tint. Same thing with changing contrast up or down -- zero effect on pink tint. I'd already tried the sharpness setting solution and also got zero effect from that. I'd actually pretty much forgotten there was any pink tint. My 5300B has had a very mild case from day one, mostly at the bottom of the screen, and it's never changed. In the beginning I only noticed it when an occasional mostly white screen popped up. In most content it's not even visible when looking for it. Still amazed at the overall image quality at such a bargain price and not worried about finding a solution for the pink unless someone comes up with a really simple one that actually works on my 5300B. Thanks to all who keep trying.
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If you can "pretty much" forget about it, then you're okay. These solutions have been offered for those who may not have been so fortunate.
Keep enjoying your set!

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I was hesitant to purchase this plasma because of the pink tint issue, but I couldn't pass up the clearance deal at Costco last September. With their 90 day return policy, I had nothing to lose. The 5350 has a build date of July 2014. After almost a year, there has been no sign of the pink tint on the display. I couldn't be happier with the overall picture quality of this plasma in a controlled lighting environment. I hope it provides many years of viewing enjoyment until OLED prices became affordable. Thanks for sharing your settings and tips.
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Hi guys, managed to find a new set at hhgreg. So far so good. I haven't noticed any pink at the bottom of mine. Awesome picture. I got mine for mostly gaming and some movies here and there.

So what settings are you guys using for gaming? I game on my PC and consoles. The game mode is annoying because it locks in "movie mode" for the sound settings which does not sound good on the TV speakers. From what I read the PC mode isint that great on this set but i would still like to try it. Is there a hidden menu for that? Or any hidden menu at all?
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Your sharpness setting is probably too high.
Raise it for movies, lower it for text.
Or find a happy medium.

You can also run through the ClearType preferences:
https://www.microsoft.com/typography...uner/tune.aspx

You should end up being VERY happy with this set.

Good luck.

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I've tried all that (my sharpness is at 0, always), the problem is that at the line-width of text the zigzag-pattern of the pentile pixels is very apparent. The reason that media looks ok is because you very seldom have perfectly vertical lines in real-life situations.
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I was hesitant to purchase this plasma because of the pink tint issue, but I couldn't pass up the clearance deal at Costco last September. With their 90 day return policy, I had nothing to lose. The 5350 has a build date of July 2014. After almost a year, there has been no sign of the pink tint on the display. I couldn't be happier with the overall picture quality of this plasma in a controlled lighting environment. I hope it provides many years of viewing enjoyment until OLED prices became affordable. Thanks for sharing your settings and tips.
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Hi guys, managed to find a new set at hhgreg. So far so good. I haven't noticed any pink at the bottom of mine. Awesome picture. I got mine for mostly gaming and some movies here and there.

So what settings are you guys using for gaming? I game on my PC and consoles. The game mode is annoying because it locks in "movie mode" for the sound settings which does not sound good on the TV speakers. From what I read the PC mode isint that great on this set but i would still like to try it. Is there a hidden menu for that? Or any hidden menu at all?
Nice to see some more satisfied customers without the pink issue! Enjoy your set guys......I'm thoroughly enjoying mine.

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If you can "pretty much" forget about it, then you're okay. These solutions have been offered for those who may not have been so fortunate.
Keep enjoying your set!

Michael
When I do occasionally notice a touch of pink tint it reminds me to come check this thread to see if anyone has come up with a simple fix. I've tried every adjustment everyone has suggested and none have worked for me. So while I don't obsess over finding a fix because the pink tint is so mild on my screen it's still something I think about from time to time.
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Think of it as viewing the world through rose-colored glasses.

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If anybody has any updated settings -- major settings or sub-menu minutae -- please post them here.

Just got a new 5300B and LOVE it.
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No, just about everything's here.

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i have had this tv for 3 months now and the picture is great. this is my first plasma tv. my only question is what was i thinking buying lcd tvs? i could never go back to a lcd tv now i had no idea how much lcd tvs suck.
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Soundbar Options for 60" 5300: I'd like to get a basic soundbar for my 60" 5300 but it MUST have a headphone jack as I need to use headphones at night in my condo/apt. complex.

I'm not looking for top-notch performance, just something better than the TV's own speakers to liven up the occasional movie or sporting event. But I need the headphone jack !

Or maybe I should look into wireless/Bluetooth speakers ?

I'm not an audio guy, more of a picture/PQ guy, so since this is just a headphone jack and marginal-upgrade over the TV speakers purchase...I want to do this quickly (without tons of DD) and as cheaply as possible.

Thanks !
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No, just about everything's here.Welcome.
I know, Last.....but the thread is SO LONG to go through it in it's entirety or to look for specific tidbits that might be hidden (no boldface or large or colored text) is very very difficult.

If the forum had a way to highlight or skip to Recommended or Bookmarked posts that were especially important -- as opposed to basic replies, thanks, and other stuff -- it would really improve the usefulness. If these posts had Recommend totals and you could then rank the posts or re-order the thread by number of Recommends or something like that, that would be great. A post with Calibration Settings would no doubt get lots of Recommends, and then it could be at or near the top of the re-ordered 5300 Thread.

Going through a thread like this will take a few days, minimum.
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I managed to get my 60" 5300 working with HDMI and not component (the input on the old HDTV must have been bad, not the cable box).

When I hit INFO, it says 1920x1080/60i -- is that how it should read using HDMI ? Was the same when I was using Component over the weekend.

I thought it should say 1080p or 60p ?
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Going through a thread like this will take a few days, minimum.
IIRC, took me about a week. Worth every minute.
But, for those in a hurry ,
Movie, Warm2, gamma +1, black enhance auto or dark (depending on use and preference).
All other "auto" stuff to OFF, especially power saving "features."
During break-in, 16 x 9 with pixel shift active. Afterwards, screen fit and just be careful.

Now go back to the beginning and catch up.

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IIRC, took me about a week. Worth every minute. But, for those in a hurry ,
Movie, Warm2, gamma +1, black enhance auto or dark depending on use and preference).All other "auto" stuff to OFF, especially power saving "features."During break-in, 16 x 9 with pixel shift active. Afterwards, screen fit and just be careful.
Now go back to the beginning and catch up.
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Thanks Michael, I will. Page 3 and rolling forward.....

As I just got the TV a few days ago, I was most concerned with touching a setting I shouldn't or not putting something in play that should be ON. I am using Orion's settings from deep in this thread and on your advice switched from SCREEN FIT to 16x9 (seems marginal, I don't watch any letterbox movies that often). Other than that, I am watching in STANDARD though the settings he gave were for the MOVIE setting.

The Pixel Shift is ON and the Mute Icon moves around, too. I'm avoiding freezing the picture with the DVR, something I got spoiled on with sports viewing on my Philips.

Once the TV is 'broken in' -- a few weeks ? -- I wouldn't mind having MOVIE, STANDARD, and DYNAMIC settings or links to them if they aren't in the previous 44 or so pages.
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Also, screen fit is your best option as 16:9 will cut off a portion of the screen and you will loose a significant amount of resolution. Don't worry about burn in I've been running this set around the clock for months with no issues.
Funny, with 16:9 I see the entire screen filled but with SCREEN FIT I see a bit of black at the top, at least on one channel. A 4:3 format was also a bit higher AND wider with 16:9 than SCREEN FIT.

I guess if SCREEN FIT is creating a very tiny black gap at the top of the TV this could lead to IR or BI over time, should I worry ?
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Do you guys run break-in slides on this TV? How many hours, and do you let it run straight without powering off?
For Break-In....I'm not watching any letter-box movies (if I do I would probably adjust them to fill all/most of the screen) and I am pretty much watching cable news, HBO channels, and sports.

I saw some SCROLLING feature which showed 3 different squares of varying black/gray colors while going through the Menu, but am not running any picture slide show or anything.

I am running the CONTRAST at 95 (Standard) and 100 (Movie, but not really using this setting); I believe on my old Philips I kept it 40-60. If this is too high, let me know. Thanks !
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Don't do anything special for break-in besides what you're doing.
The scrolling pattern is for dealing with IR if you ever have any.
The question of specific "calibration" settings has been beaten to death several times:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/167-pl...l#post24800659
That said, you might find this interesting:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/167-pl...t-they-do.html
Screen fit -> adjust will let you move the screen around.
Have you gotten any sleep yet?

You may as well get a meter and take this seriously:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-di...en-source.html

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Screen fit -> adjust will let you move the screen around.Have you gotten any sleep yet?
You may as well get a meter and take this seriously:
https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-di...en-source.html
The talk about black levels and "FL's" and 2 and 10-point adjustments is way over my head. Like talking calculus to a 3-year old.

I will likely either buy one of the Blu-Ray calibration disks (Disney WOW ?) or maybe even hire a local calibration guy.

In the past, when I would watch a news program and the TV anchor's face looked OK flesh tone-wise, I would assume the HDTV was pretty much calibrated OK. But I realize there are so many settings and sub-settings that I could be watching an "OK" picture instead of a SPECTACULAR picture -- so I will either get up to speed on a basic calibration or hire someone. None of my friends can do it, unfortunately.

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