DRIVER FOR SAMSUNG UN60F7100AF LED TV
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SAMSUNG UN60F7100AF LED TV DRIVER
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I surfed this forum and others and read many reviews before I set my sights on the Samsung UA60F But in retrospect, I suspected that I had made up my mind quite quickly. I always liked the picture quality of samsung. The colors tend to be overly saturated, yes, but that could be calibrated to yield very nice results. It had been 6 years since my last TV purchase and I wanted an upgrade. A 60 incher seemed like the natural progression as I'm sure, any forummer here would attest to. Cue in the UA60F Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV terms of colors and contrast, the UA60F did not disappoint and I was a happy owner of this brilliant piece of technology.
Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV forum AVSForum has a way of setting us up with the worst expectations! I was prepared to overlook some of these issues since, as was shared in my first post, the purpose of a TV to me is to watch real content, not so much color slides and test patterns. I was treated to images such as this: Still, my main focus was 2D PQ, everything else, including the smart hub, etc was secondary. I first started to notice issues with light leak when I watched movies at night. I have a very young kid, and like any new parent, the only time I could watch TV was in the wee hours.
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The viewing environment was not pitch dark because I kept a couple of down lights on as ambient lightning. This notwthstanding, light leaking became obvious, and pretty difficult to defeat even with adjustments to the backlighting. I share here, a few shots from my first unit showing the light leakage. Note that I had switched off all the lights when I took these. The image from the iphone 5 camera is somewhat exaggerated due to the low light environment but nonetheless, it is certainly visible. I must emphasize that I did not deliberately go out of my way to look at black screens. It's just that once something like this catches your attention, inevitably you want to see if it is something which poses serious concern in terms of quality.
This is how it looks like for end credits. To the credit of Samsung, their technician who came down to assess the fault was quite ready to replace this with a new unit, notwithstanding his position that light leak was not something which could be totally eliminated for edge lit LED TVs. I live in Singapore and our purchase return policies are certainly not as customer friendly as those in the United States. Samsung replaced a second set for me quickly. The second set had, to Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV, comparable light leak issues. These images below show the light leaks on my 2nd set, and the white line which is near the left edge of the TV.
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Note that there is some exaggeration here because the camera compensated for the low ambient lighting. This was spotted by my wife. You might be wondering why we notice such things.
Truth is, our tv was on the Babytv quite a lot and the cartoon programmes tend to have simple pictures comprising large patches of uniform colors. I brought this to the attention of Samsung again.
Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV, the technician same guy came down again to review the set. This time though, he took the view that the light leak was within acceptable standards, and that the white line was normal. Nonetheless, he was prepared to order a replacement panel not TV. Samsung subsequently replaced the panel not the entire unit.
This was written clearly on the box Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV. When I first asked the technicians who attended to the replacement, they claimed that all panels were manufactured by Samsung but when I pointed them to the label, they conceded that I was right. In any case, you would already have guessed the outcome. I did not take any photos but the Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV leak on this panel was the worst of the lot. It could be seen in broad daylight, quite clearly. They agreed to take it back on the spot. Samsung, having considered my case, is prepared to refund me, but maintains that their panels are of good quality and that the light leaks are concomitant to their strong backlighting system.
I suppose we have to agree to disagree. This experience does not affect my perception that Samsung generally makes very good TVs. What was disappointing to me was the quality control in respect of parts from 3rd party vendors. Another possible cause could have been handling. All the technicians who did work used power screwdrivers to dismantle and reassemble the tv, secure the screws for the mounting bracket etc. Couldn't help but wonder if that could have been the cause but I didn't stop them as I presume Samsung UN60F7100AF LED TV would have been properly trained. Samsung might have been prepared to keep switching panels for me until I received a satisfactory one or am I giving them too much credit? Visit Samsung today for LED F Series Smart TV - Get access to helpful solutions, how-to guides, owners' manuals, and product specifications for your LED Smart TV (F Series) from Samsung US.