My 55 RU8000 died last week and apparently it’s the main board which Samsung no longer make, does anyone know the part number for the 55 inch main board so I can look it up? Thanks in advance
HU8700 in Samsung line up for 2014 were their second model from the top. (HU9000, HU8700, etc...)So I bought a Samsung 82RU8000 last week on sale... but I fear I may have made a big mistake.
I thought no matter what happens, it would be an upgrade to my smaller 4yr old TV, but actually since installing it I notice a difference and believe my Samsung HU8700 65" screen is/was better quality - or at least I cannot get a picture to be good enough with my eyes on the new set.
In Standard Picture Mode "ECO Solution" is ON. So turn it OFF. Also Motion Lighting. You find these Settings in "General" Settings out of Picture Settings.New owner here (8002, Europe).
Can someone point few things:
- how to determine panel version?
- any basic picture calibration settings and how to edit them?
- any general recommendation with this model? To turn off or on on some specific option?
I've having problem that Dynamic is too bright while Standard is too dark, I need something in the middle.
Thanks!!! Will try it, now I have some reference to start.In Standard Picture Mode "ECO Solution" is ON. So turn it OFF. Also Motion Lighting. You find these Settings in "General" Settings out of Picture Settings.
Now you can adjust the Backlight effectively in standard mode to your environment.
Turn off Dynamic Contrast and use Warm 1 (if Warm 2 is too warm for your Room). Sharpness to 0. Leave Colour Space at Native if you want a brighter and more powerful Picture and not the original (Auto will give you the REAL colour). Contrast 45. And set Motion Plus to User and 10 Blur and 3 Judder (Auto is too much). Gamma BT1886: 0 Then you ll get a bit brighter picture and more colour without a destroyed picture.
But the Movie Mode out of the box is the best choice. (With Motion Plus Blur 10 and Judder 0 and Digital Clean View Off). Here you could set the Backlight higher if your room is very bright. Otherwise use upper standard settings for day and movie for night. But at the end. It is your TV. Give it a try for some days. Make sure that you sit in FRONT of the panel.
Maybe this TV is not the right choice for your room. Then you need a brighter TV. If you sit not in front of the TV maybe LG IPS Nano. But then you will get a very bad black at night.