Samsung UN65F6300 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV

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Samsung UN65F6300 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV

Samsung UN65F6300 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV

  • 1080p HDTV : Better picture quality
  • 120Hz Refresh Rate: Better for general viewing and good for video games, action movies, and sports
  • Smart TV: Interact with streaming content and the web
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 58.1 X 33.6 X 2 Inches, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 58.1 X 37 X 13 Inches

Samsung 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV The new Samsung Smart Ultra-Slim TV F6300 lets you conveniently navigate your entire entertainment world on a central menu with five simple panels: On TV, On-Demand, your photos and music, social media and Smart TV apps. This allows you to effortlessly connect to the content you love, without having to aimlessly channel surf. Enjoy a fluid browsing experience, switch between content, stream and multitask faster and easier than ever before. Want to share videos from your phone to your TV? Or use your phone to watch what’s on TV? With the F6300, you can enjoy a seamless viewing experience across all your smart devices, from anywhere, indoors and out. Discover how the

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  1. 37 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The best 32” LED I’ve tried, perfect for the small bedroom, June 3, 2013
    By 
    Xel Adune

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    Pros:
    – Bold, sharp image, high contrast, deep blacks, 10-point white balance, +tons of features for tuning for the best picture.
    – Excellent PC Mode, colors can be accurately calibrated, perfectly fine as computer monitor (you must set the name under Tools to *PC* for the mode to work)
    – Fast PC and Game Mode
    – 4 HDMI ports.
    – Most Display Settings are saved separately for each input source, make sure to select Apply Picture Mode: Current Source under Display settings.

    Cons:
    – No local dimming. I am disappointed that most 32” lack this feature, so the slightly less than black black bars may be distracting when viewing non 16:9 contents in a completely dark room.
    – Hard to reach Game Mode (you would have to press Options – scroll up/down to Setup – scroll up/down to General – scroll up/down to Game Mode…) . I would prefer a dedicated game mode button on the remote.
    – Viewing angle could use some improvement, but this is perfectly fine for me since I got it for the bedroom and I will be the only person sitting before it.
    – Odd looking stand, would prefer a standard rectangle or oval Samsung stand.

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    Here are my basic calibrated settings. Keep in mind that every tv is slightly different, so only use this as a guideline.

    Movie Mode: (for BluRay & other videos) (very laggy for games)
    Backlight – 13 (190 cd/m2)
    Contrast – 87 (highest before highlight clips)
    Brightness – 45 (anything higher than 45 will result in lighter lowest black level)
    Sharpness – 20 (set to 0 for the most accurate image)
    Color – 47
    Picture Size – ScreenFit
    Advanced
    Color Space – Auto
    Dynamic Contrast – Low
    Gamma – 0
    Picture Options
    Color Tone – Warm 1
    Auto Motion Plus – Clear or OFF for movies, Standar/Smooth for Sports and Animations
    Both Noise Filters – OFF for BluRay, Auto for Pixar, HIGH for Animations on DVD.

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    Game Mode:
    Backlight – 13 (190 cd/m2)
    Contrast – 78 (highest before highlight clips)
    Brightness – 45 (anything higher than 45 will result in lighter lowest black level)
    Sharpness – 20 (set to 0 for the most accurate image)
    Color – 40
    Picture Size – ScreenFit
    Advanced
    Color Space – Auto
    Dynamic Contrast – Low
    Gamma – 0
    Picture Options
    Color Tone – Warm 1

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    PC Mode: (Calibrated to 6500k) (Must select “PC” for the input source name)
    Backlight – 8 (120 cd/m2)
    Contrast – 100
    Brightness – 40
    Sharpness – 50
    Picture Size – ScreenFit
    Picture Options
    Color Tone – Warm 2
    White Balance
    R-Gain – 21
    G-Gain – 25
    B-Gain – 23

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  2. 82 of 96 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Matte screen, super clean picture, accurate color after calibration!, June 10, 2013
    By 
    U Lala (Orange County, CA – USA) –

    This review is from: Samsung UN65F6300 65-Inch 1080p 120Hz Slim Smart LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I’m using this as a computer monitor, not so much as a TV, but I do watch a lot of Blu-Rays and TV shows on Netflix.

    I just upgraded to a larger living room, and my old Samsung 46″ CCFL-backlit LCD did not cut it. I couldn’t even read the text on the screen when browsing the web. So I drew up some diagrams, did some trigonometry, and decided that I needed at least a 60 or 65″ TV. Being out of the TV market for several years, I didn’t keep up with all the new features and marketing lingo, so I visited a few big box stores to get information on what all of this new “Smart” features, CMR, micro-dimming, etc. Turns out CMR is just a combined rating of processor speed, micro-dimming, dynamic contrast, and other various stuff. Apparently micro-dimming on Samsungs is all software. Why? Because these babies are all edge-lit. They don’t have “real” local dimming, only “fake” local dimming. That guy working at best buy telling me he could tell the difference between the non-fake microdimming and fake microdimming screen? Ridiculous. All that fancier faster processor does to get you the higher CMRs is make the fake microdimming and automotion plus feature work better. I’m the type of guy who turns this stuff off completely.

    The 6300 doesn’t come with the smart remote, which is a bummer because I rather liked that feature. But I wasn’t going to pay 400 extra to get the next model up just to have the remote. In fact, I like the 6300 model more than the 6400, 7100, 7500, or 8000 because of the matte screen. I have a window right behind me, and from various angles other windows coming from the sides, so not having nasty reflections on black screens (or anything that happens to be black on the screen) is a big deal to me. I just don’t like seeing my own face in the middle of a movie.

    The menus are very slow, and you have to point the remote directly at the TV, or it will not register your button pressing.

    From consumer reports, I’m told that these LED-backlit models don’t have great viewing angle. I disagree. There seems to be very little distortion at 45 degrees away from center.

    I don’t like my color settings to be vivid, natural, dark, bright, contrasty, dim, or anything other than “accurate.” So, I googled some calibration settings to 6500K, and after going through that process the picture was… pretty darn good. In case anyone was interested, they are posted below. “Movie mode” apparently changes the color temperature model / white balance mode to 6500K, and from there you can adjust the other settings.

    Compared to the high end Panasonic Viera plasmas, this LED-backlit model seems much brighter. Compared to the Sonys, it seemed to have fewer artifacts. Compared to the LGs, it didn’t have as much reflection. Or maybe I’m just biased.

    Oh, also apparently this 65″ model only uses about 82 watts. I haven’t verified this with my meter yet, but my old 46″ used about 150 watts. Wow…

    Picture Mode Movie
    Backlight 16
    Contrast 95
    Brightness 45
    Sharpness 15
    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 0 1
    2 -1 0 -1
    3 0 0 1
    4 -1 0 0
    5 -1 0 +1
    6 0 -1 -1
    7 -1 -1 -2
    8 0 2 1
    9 +1 0 0
    10 +2 0 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. 104 of 113 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New Model So Far So Good, April 20, 2013
    By 
    Kevin Rogers (Massachusetts) –
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    Got the 60 inch UN60F6300 delivered yesterday. So far we are very happy with this tv. Nice picture. Smart features working well. Was easy to set up remote to work Directv box and Samsung sound bar(has the HDMI ARC so bar actually works via HDMI). Would recommend tv. Will update if any problems arise.

    Update: 4/24/2013: Streaming works fine on my tv. I streamed a movie off of Amazon Instant video. No lag at all. I have had no problems streaming Pandora or You tube. Everything streams fine. No complaints.

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