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2011 Samsung D 7000 series is now available.... and boy does the spec sheet show some muscle.


7000 Series




60",55",46"


Edge-lit LED/LCD TV


1080p


15,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio


Real 240Hz Refresh Rate


SRS TheaterSound

15Watts x 2 Audio Channels

Built-in Bottom Speakers


Built-in Wifi


Blutooth emitter


Features:


Smart TV with Samsung Apps and Internet Browser

2D & 3D in Full HD 1080p

AllShare

Wide Color Enhancer Plus

Ultra Clear Panel

ConnectShare

BD Wise

Game Mode

Anynet+

1 Tuner PIP

Clock & On/Off Timer

HDTV Tuner

Micro Dimming


4 HDMI Including a PC HDMI, and a ARC audio return HDMI

1 Component Inputs (Rear)

2 Composite

3 USB 2.0 Ports

1 Optical Digital Audio Output

1 Audio Out Mini Jack

1 DVI Audio Input


Dimensions

1.2" Depth

0.5" bezel


Weight

35.5 lbs. Without Stand

41.0 lbs. With Stand


QWERTY Remote voucher, or with depending on date of manufacter.


Out of the box, this thing is super slick, ultra sexy, wicked looks to it. The screen sucks up most reflective light. After turning it on.... well the magic begins. As some of you know this replaces my 55C7000 TV that had major banding issues and pixilated Blacks with horrible digital noise. And Right off the bat this D7000 doesnt show any of the Flashlighting, or clouding in this TV that was ever so present in the C series.


It did have a Blue push that needs correcting, and the backlight was super high out of the box. Here is just a quick uncalibrated settings from human eye in a dimly lit room.




Pics:







WINNING




updated: tv settings
Picture Mode: Movie


For more true to life color:


Backlight: Changed to 10

Contrast: 98

Brightness 46

Sharpness: Changed to 13

Color: Changed to 50

Tint G 50/R50


Advanced:

Black Tone: Dark

Dynamic Contrast: off

Shadow Detail: 2

Gamma : 0

Expert Pattern off

RGB only mode: off


Color Space: Custom

Red (58-2-0)

Green (0-58-9)

Blue (7-0-54)

Yellow (48-53-7)

Cyan (0-54-58)

Magenta (56-4-45)


White Balance:

R-Offset 20

G-Offset 24

B-Offset 24

R-Gain 19

G-Gain 26

B-Gain 25


10p Whitebalance

Itvl R G B

1 5 1 -2

2 2 0 -1

3 0 0 -1

4 -2 -3 -3

5 0 -2 -3

6 1 1 -4

7 2 3 0

8 1 2 0

9 -1 2 2

10 0 1 1



Fleshtone: -1

Edge enhancement: off

Motion ligting: off

xvYCC: off

LED Motion Plus: off


Picture Options:

Color Tone: Warm2

DNF: off

Mpeg NF: off

Automotion plus : Clear

Standard Mode Settings for more color pop:


Picture Mode: Standard

Backlight: 11

Contrast: 98

Brightness: 42

Sharpness: 11

Color: 50

Tint: G50/R50


Advance Settings


Black Tone: Dark

Dynamic Contrast off

Shadow Detail: 0

Gamma: 0

Color Space: Custom

Red (58-2-0)

Green (0-58-9)

Blue (7-0-54)

Yellow (48-53-7)

Cyan (0-54-58)

Magenta (56-4-45)


White Balance:

R-Offset 20

G-Offset 24

B-Offset 24

R-Gain 19

G-Gain 26

B-Gain 25


10p Whitebalance

Itvl R G B

1 5 1 -2

2 2 0 -1

3 0 0 -1

4 -2 -3 -3

5 0 -2 -3

6 1 1 -4

7 2 3 0

8 1 2 0

9 -1 2 2

10 0 1 1

Flesh Tone: 0

Edge Enhancement: Off

Motion Lighting: Off

LED Motion Plus: Off


Picture Options


Color Tone: Standard

Digital Noise Filter: low

MPEG Noise Filter: Auto

HDMI Black Level: Low

Auto Motion Plus: clear

ISF Calibrated Set

(for use with a 303 panel)

Movie mode

Backlight 10

Contrast 80

Brightness 45

Sharpness 15

Color 47

Tint 50/50


Advanced Settings

Black Tone off

Dynamic Contrast off

Shadow Detail 0

Gamma 0

Expert Pat off

RGB off

Color space Custom


Red

Red 53

Green 0

Blue 0


Green

Red 0

Green 64

Blue 0


Blue

Red 1

Green 2

Blue 85


Yellow

Red 52

Green 52

Blue 0


Cyan

Red 0

Green 55

Blue 55


Magenta

Red 47

Green 0

Blue 65


White Balance

R-Offset 25

G-Offset 25

B-Offset 24

R-Gain 12

G-Gain 25

B-Gain 31


10p White Balance off

Flesh Tone 0

Edge Enhancement off

Motion Lighting off

LED Motion Plus off


Picture Options

Color Tone Warm2

Digital Noise Filter Auto

MPEG Noise Filter Auto

HDMI Black Level (Greyed Out) Normal

Film Mode (Greyed out) off

Auto Motion Plus Standard
 

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U just picked this tv, Just set it up, will post picks tomorrow, I have been noticing light bleeding on the bottom edges not sure if thats normal, almost like flashlight affect
 

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I had the 46 last week and returned it for the 55. The 55 was delivered today and so far I'm loving it. The 46 came with a regular remote with the voucher for the qwerty. I was disappointed that the 55 came with the qwerty because I liked the size of the regular remote. The batteries that came with the tv sucks. Not even 2 min passed and they exploded in the remote :/. I had to clean it out and replace the batteries. Btw change the black tone to dark or darkest setting and that should get rid of that "flashlight" effect
 

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Originally Posted by Droozy
55" here and no qwerty. My manuf. Date is feburary 28th
Where do I find that date?
 

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Originally Posted by jlluna
Here is a picture, sorry for the low quality
you satisfied or you gonna return it?


that's worse than it is on the c8000 imo.
 

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Originally Posted by MaXPL
you satisfied or you gonna return it?
Well, I just got this tv set up, I'm watching shrek4 3D right now, the picture looks fantastic, this tv replaced my 55" vizio led, I think I have to do some more picture adjustments, I will give it a few days or so, and see how it goes, I never noticed the edge lighting so much on my vizio, but I do notice it on this set, I will keep playing with the settings, and see how it goes.
 

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oh ok. didnt realize you just got it.

thought that based on just posting that one photo, you weren't too happy.


i also find it weird that theres bleed towards the center of the black bar considering the led's are on the right.
 

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Picked mine up a few days ago, loving everything about the t.v coming from a old 32' lcd vizio it's a pretty big leap. I'm not a big AV guy so I think the t.v is pretty damn good for the value
 

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There was flashlighting on my set, about 20% of what my c7000 showed after the 1/4 turn panel screw mod, but honestly, out of the box, the d7000 had a backlight of 17, and a brightness of 60. This was way too bright and with my posted quick setting, eliminated the light bleed.
 

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The basketball game looks Great, i am just concerned about the flashlight affect, Just wondering if it is something with my tv. ????

 

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Originally Posted by Droozy
There was flashlighting on my set, about 20% of what my c7000 showed after the 1/4 turn panel screw mod, but honestly, out of the box, the d7000 had a backlight of 17, and a brightness of 60. This was way too bright and with my posted quick setting, eliminated the light bleed.
I have my backlight set to 10, and my brightness 55.
 
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