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thanks. what about the local dimming for that tv can it be turned off?

Samsung no longer makes a local dimming TV. I think you may be confusing local dimming with auto dimming. As for auto dimming, it's my understanding that you may be able to turn it off, but you may have to access the service menu to accomplish that.


And, accessing the service menu is not recommended for newbies or technical dumba$$e$ like me.
 

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Samsung no longer makes a local dimming TV. I think you may be confusing local dimming with auto dimming. As for auto dimming, it's my understanding that you may be able to turn it off, but you may have to access the service menu to accomplish that.


And, accessing the service menu is not recommended for newbies or technical dumba$$e$ like me.


ok thanks i had a Samsung UN55C6500 and the blur while watching sports was horrible and i had to return it so i am hesitant to buy anotehr LED TV. Not sure how much an improvement the 2011's are.
 

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ok thanks i had a Samsung UN55C6500 and the blur while watching sports was horrible and i had to return it so i am hesitant to buy anotehr LED TV. Not sure how much an improvement the 2011's are.

I would look at the Sony sets, personally.
 

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It's important to know that a lot of, if not most of, the "blur during sports" is caused by overcompression of the digital signal, which no tv can "fix".
 
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