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How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« on: 01 February 2015, 09:36:43 AM »

mute 737 enter worked with E-series but not with H, anyone knows code for this?

That menu was good because it didnīt reset settings like going to service menu do.
It would be also nice to check panel code.

btw, just bought brand new UE75H6475, price was 2133 euros so I just couldnīt say no  ;)
made already some calibration http://1drv.ms/1yYY9hg


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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #1 on: 01 February 2015, 09:44:21 AM »
I don't know how to check the hours, sorry... But that is one big-ass TV! :lol: Nice :)
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #2 on: 01 February 2015, 05:43:15 PM »
Calibration settings Samsung UE75H6475

https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=e0552ab57cb46262&id=E0552AB57CB46262!317

Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm1 calibrated.chc
Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm1 Factory Defaults.chc
Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm2 Factory Defaults.chc

How are yours compared to these ?

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #3 on: 01 February 2015, 07:48:10 PM »
Calibration settings Samsung UE75H6475

https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=e0552ab57cb46262&id=E0552AB57CB46262!317

Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm1 calibrated.chc
Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm1 Factory Defaults.chc
Samsung UE75H6475 120cdm2 Warm2 Factory Defaults.chc

How are yours compared to these ?

 ???
Those are mine  :P

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #4 on: 01 February 2015, 10:31:58 PM »
Hehe, good.

Hopefully you can get some calibration settings for 2015 models too.

But in the 50" range maybe 1080p models.

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #5 on: 02 February 2015, 09:52:59 PM »
Made 16-point calibration check, you can download it from http://1drv.ms/1tXuLYp

Vincent or David, when you review LCD televisions, do you measure just from center or many points?
If you say that screen uniformity is good, does that mean itīs good by eyes?

As you can see at center thereīs some clouding, would it better measure from other calibration point whereīs no clouding/light bleed ?
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #6 on: 02 February 2015, 10:18:46 PM »
Usual practice is to calibrate the center of the panel.
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #7 on: 03 February 2015, 04:14:59 AM »
Usual practice is to calibrate the center of the panel.

Okay, but thereīs major differences depends where to measure MLL goes from 0.024 to 0.052.
Just think is it better calibrate point where MLL is low as possible, maby Iīll try that at next weekend and remeasure all 16 points  :)
However thereīs no point to use 10-point correction to make linear gamma, I used just 2-point white balance.

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    gray scale average 0.49 max 1.08 colors average 0.88 max 2.18 White 120 cd/m2 MLL 0.038 cd/m2
1  gray scale average 4.52 max 7.26 colors average 1.82 max 2.57 White 88  cd/m2 MLL 0.024 cd/m2
2  gray scale average 1.79 max 2.94 colors average 1.82 max 2.57 White 97  cd/m2 MLL 0.033 cd/m2
3  gray scale average 0.97 max 1.83 colors average 1.01 max 2.13 White 99  cd/m2 MLL 0.030 cd/m2
4  gray scale average 3.29 max 4.92 colors average 1.56 max 2.69 White 94  cd/m2 MLL 0.026 cd/m2
5  gray scale average 3.90 max 6.53 colors average 1.51 max 2.36 White 105 cd/m2 MLL 0.027 cd/m2
6  gray scale average 0.84 max 1.54 colors average 1.07 max 1.94 White 113 cd/m2 MLL 0.042 cd/m2
7  gray scale average 1.02 max 2.27 colors average 1.10 max 2.24 White 114 cd/m2 MLL 0.032 cd/m2
8  gray scale average 2.65 max 4.32 colors average 1.34 max 2.17 White 105 cd/m2 MLL 0.028 cd/m2
9  gray scale average 3.14 max 5.25 colors average 1.25 max 1.88 White 102 cd/m2 MLL 0.052 cd/m2
10 gray scale average 2.31 max 3.82 colors average 1.37 max 2.09 White 108 cd/m2 MLL 0.030 cd/m2
11 gray scale average 2.11 max 3.31 colors average 1.22 max 2.19 White 113 cd/m2 MLL 0.032 cd/m2
12 gray scale average 1.62 max 2.96 colors average 1.07 max 2.08 White 103 cd/m2 MLL 0.028 cd/m2
13 gray scale average 3.64 max 6.91 colors average 1.47 max 2.64 White 87  cd/m2 MLL 0.028 cd/m2
14 gray scale average 1.52 max 2.20 colors average 1.16 max 2.03 White 93  cd/m2 MLL 0.027 cd/m2
15 gray scale average 1.09 max 2.12 colors average 1.09 max 2.34 White 97  cd/m2 MLL 0.028 cd/m2
16 gray scale average 1.88 max 3.09 colors average 1.07 max 2.08 White 92  cd/m2 MLL 0.026 cd/m2
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #8 on: 03 February 2015, 11:31:34 AM »
This is a problem with calibrating in the middle of the screen.

You should split the screen in 9 or more areas and calibrate each at their centers, and then, maybe make an average between them since you can only calibrate a screen globally.

This way you get an overall better image right ?

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #9 on: 03 February 2015, 12:00:45 PM »
Why not 6 million areas?
A Full HD 1080p television has roughly 6 million subpixels, and calibrating them in groups would surely result in severe PQ loss.
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #10 on: 03 February 2015, 01:58:57 PM »
Why not 6 million areas?

Okay, Iīll do it, maby at next weekend  ;D

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #11 on: 03 February 2015, 02:15:55 PM »
Okay, Iīll do it, maby at next weekend  ;D
Better get Klein K-10A to make it faster! ;D
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #12 on: 03 February 2015, 04:02:56 PM »
Okay, Iīll do it, maby at next weekend  ;D
Better get Klein K-10A to make it faster! ;D

In contact measure area is 4,52389342 cmē so I donīt need 6 million areas, maby I just use tripod and move meter out of panel  :chin:  ;)

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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #13 on: 03 February 2015, 04:24:22 PM »
In contact measure area is 4,52389342 cmē so I donīt need 6 million areas, maby I just use tripod and move meter out of panel  :chin:  ;)
You still have plenty area on 75" panel to make a lot of measurements. An awful lot of points. :P
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Re: How to check running hours (MRT) with H-series?
« Reply #14 on: 03 February 2015, 08:13:07 PM »
http://www.tlvexp.ca/2013/09/field-view-dreams-matter-hosed/

David or Vincent, any experience of that?
Is it really true that distance affects to results and if so, what is correct distance for i1 Display Pro, contact only?

I have to try that, understand that it change when measure non-uniform panel but if case is also with plasma then donīt know...maby I should ask that from X-Rite  ???