Samsung UN60H6400 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV

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Samsung UN60H6400 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV

Samsung UN60H6400 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV

  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); Clear Motion Rate 480 (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
  • Smart Functionality: Yes with Voice Control and Motion Control with Camera Accessory (sold separately)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 54.2” x 31.3” x 2.5”, TV with stand: 54.2” x 34.2” x 12.1”
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB, 1 Component, 1 Composite
  • Accessories Included: Smart Touch Remote Control, 2 Pairs of 3D Active Glasses (SSG-5150GB)

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  1. 82 of 84 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful Picture, Amazing 3D!, May 13, 2014
    By 
    R. Keene (Delaware, United States) –

    I am a bit of a techno-file and this TV was an upgrade from a 6 year old 46″ Samsung LCD. Anytime you purchase a TV these days you roll the dice a bit as far as quality of your particular set. I’m happy to say in my case I have no issue. I don’t even have issues I expected I would.

    I have…No stuck or dead pixels No flashlighting at all. No clouding, a dark screen is perfectly even. Colors are accurate and vibrant. I disabled the eco-sensor right away since it dimmed the screen far too much.

    The menu system is very full featured with just about every setting or feature you can think of easily modified.

    Blacks are not perfect but they are far better than most LCD’s. I am fairly critical and the black level is perfectly acceptable.
    I did notice a very minor case of the Dirty Screen Effect. However 99% of the time it can’t be seen at all.

    The SMART features are very well implemented. Youtube streams perfectly and apps open up and navigate with reasonable speed. I was able to plug a USB into the TV and watch the HD videos taken with my Sony camcorder as well as other video files with no issue. This is a big convenience.

    I must confess I do love 3D,and this sets 3D is amazing! The 3D experience varies by source type. A good 3D Blu-ray is every bit as good as the theater. The first 3D Blu-ray movie I played was Prometheus and it was spectacular! The detail is so razor sharp and yet with good depth and pop. In viewing store demo’s I really thought I preferred the passive 3D more than the active but I wouldn’t want to lose any of that beautiful detail this set can deliver. Active it is then! The glasses are very light weight and fit over my prescription glasses very comfortably. It’s not a feature that I will use very often but when a movie I want to see comes out in 3D, that’s what I’m going to watch, It really is as good as the theater.

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  2. 96 of 99 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    video calibration settings, May 20, 2014
    By 
    G. Ng
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Samsung UN60H6400 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV (Electronics)
    Thin profile, thin bezel design, unique remote, excellent picture quality. The default picture profiles unfortunately are horrendous. I can’t watch any darker screens without turning off all the lights trying to get rid of any glare on the screen. Going from Movie to Standard to Dynamic didn’t really help much either until I found a website that publishes video calibration settings. These are what I found for the UN60F6400 (2013 model). It works so much better. I don’t need to flip back and forth between settings for night or day time scenes. Good luck!

    Picture Mode Movie
    Backlight 16
    Contrast 96
    Brightness 47
    Sharpness 13
    Color 50
    Tint G50/R50

    Advance Settings
    Dynamic Contrast Off
    Black Tone Off
    Flesh Tone 0
    RGB Only Mode Off
    Color Space Auto
    10pt White Balance On
    Gamma +1
    Expert Pattern Off
    xvYCC Off

    Picture Options
    Color Tone Warm2
    Digital Noise Filter Off
    MPEG Noise Filter Off
    HDMI Black Level Normal (Low if available)
    Film Mode Off
    Auto Motion Plus Off
    LED Motion Plus Off

    10pt White Balance On
    Interval Red Green Blue
    1 0 1 0
    2 1 0 -2
    3 0 0 2
    4 0 0 0
    5 -1 0 +1
    6 0 -1 0
    7 -1 -2 -2
    8 0 2 1
    9 1 0 0
    10 2 1 0

    White Balance
    Setting Value
    R-Offset 25
    G-Offset 25
    B-Offset 27
    R-Gain 19
    G-Gain 22
    B-Gain 21

    Screen Adjustment
    Picture Size Screen Fit

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  3. 149 of 151 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Picture – Software May Need Work, March 25, 2014
    By 
    LuckyDuck

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    This review is of the first 24 hours of use on our new UN50H6400.

    Setup was fairly easy. Onscreen display guides through the basics of source and internet connections. It did have some issues connecting via WiFi. My wireless router is dual band with both 2.4 and 5GHz bands with the same SSID. I ended up having to rename the 5GHz band SSID in my router before the TV would connect. *Update* 03/30/2014 We ended up connecting the TV via hardwired connection to the network for higher bandwidth streaming 3D playback as the WiFi could not keep up.

    Initial picture quality is amazing. This is coming from someone who has been used to watching a smaller and much earlier model of LCD HD TV. The contrast between lights and darks and the details that can be seen in high contrast scenes is something I noticed right off. The 3D demos available on the TV also looked amazing as did a couple I tried from Netflix. The simulated 3D looked surprisingly good as well, testing it on a couple of video sources. I’m not sure I would want to watch most shows this way, but it works better than I would have thought. I have yet to calibrate this TV properly, but will update when I have a chance to delve into the advanced settings more thoroughly.

    *Update* 03/30/2014
    Had a chance to do a full calibration with a colorimeter. The 10-point white balance worked very well requiring significant adjustments to red and some to blue above 50%, although there was not a significant difference in grays at each step < 50%, while grays above 50% were fairly similar as well. The 2 point calibration would probably get most people close enough. That said, once the 10-point was complete, the white balance looked fantastic at all levels. Color was only slightly off from factory defaults at 100%. Lower % values varied a bit, but I did not mess with trying to adjust these because I believe it would require access to the service menu. Sharpness was best at < 10. Much more introduced significant moire effects in test patterns. When viewing full screen grays, there is visible light falloff in the corners of the TV and there is a kind of stage curtain effect at even points across the top and bottom of the screen. I don’t know the technical name for this, but it is like stage lights shining up and down from the bottom and top. This must be due to the way they redirect the edge lighting, and is probably common for most edge lit LED TVs. It is not noticeable during regular viewing. After a full calibration, this TV looks even better than it did initially. No serious complaints from me on picture quality.

    The remote has been redesigned from the 2013 models which I had considered buying, but did not like because of the lack of play/pause/FF/RW buttons. Samsung has added these buttons to this model and it works very well. The Wii like feature of pointing and clicking works okay, but sometimes the cursor and the remote get way out of sync and are not pointing at the same spot. I quickly learned that having your finger (or thumb) from the touch pad activates the cursor and removing and retouching the pad resets the cursor. Overall this work fairly well. The cursor does not appear to work in the Apps though. Netflix and Amazon Instant video still requires using the arrow keys to navigate and you must bring up the pop-up on-screen remote to use the keys that are not on the physical remote. This is a mild inconvenience. I would personally have preferred that the remote be larger and include all the buttons.

    This TV will primarily be used for streaming video through Netflix, Amazon, etc so these features were of prime concern. As noted above, the remote doesn’t seem to work the same in the apps. Otherwise, Netflix and Amazon both played wonderful looking HD video. One item I did notice was that Netflix was much darker than all the other sources and apps and I had to turn up the back-light for just this app. Not sure why this is yet. Once, during an Amazon Prime Video playback the sound cut off for no apparent reason. I tried closing the app and restarting but then realized the sound on the entire TV was out, not just in the app. I had to power off the TV and power it back on to get sound back.

    *Update* 03/30/2014
    I have also tried Hulu and Vudu apps. Hulu has some issues properly refreshing the list of videos after using the back button. There also seem to be some issues during peak times with playback at 3.2Mb/s quality setting. There were no problems streaming at this setting the other night, but today it keep having to pause to buffer the video. Once the setting was lowered to 2Mb/s there were no more issues. This was not our connection as we were getting 50+Mb/s through several test sites around the U.S. at that time. I suspect this is a bandwidth issue on Hulu’s end. Also tried a couple movies on Vudu with no issues. Very nice looking 3D as…

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