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Decoding Samsung panel types

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Post by LILLTurk » Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:14 am

Hi guys. Can anyone please help me to find my panel type code for my tv?
http://icecat.us/en/p/samsung/ue55h6204 . 23169.html

Contacted samsung support but they wanted to send someone to my house and price would land around maybe 50-100 $.

I change the “type” of my model and now I have problem with selecting size 16:9. Anyone, please help me

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Re: Decoding Samsung panel types–> post from Anaglyota

Post by kramme » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:23 pm

per post by Anaglypta » Mon Feb 22, 2016 9:46 am

Anaglyota perhaps you can help or anyone else chime in:

Do you know what the setting would be for a 65 inch if the (same model as the 55 inch) but a larger tv – I have messed up my panel type.
UE55J6300 type panel :55A1AF0W

I see in your post from 2016 you listed out TVs and settings and this 55 inch was on the list but not the 65 inch same tv but larger

In the settings I see in the menu I see only – any idea which I should select?

65D1AFOV
65L1FOV
65L1AFOVJ

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Post by kramme » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:34 am

I believe I got it solved 65L1AFOV Vs 65L1AFOVJ (the J is for 2015) which is my TVs year manufactured but seems like the code without the J is better. So I am using 65L1AFOV

I was expecting to see the panel manufactured by Samsung like the 55 inch (thus a A) but on another forum I saw to look at the back of the TV to see what panel I had. It is a AH01 (AU Optronics) which thanks to Anaglypta’s chart I found is (L). I never thought I could get through all this – a lot of learning for sure. For one for me not to mess with settings.

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My family has in service Samsung, Vizio, LG, Panasonic and Sharp TVs, from various years and in different sizes. No issues with them at all. The majority of the TVs are Samsung. The oldest Samsung in use right now is 3.5 years old. It replaced a Sony that failed after 4 years.

One thing to note about some of the name brand TVs have different levels of quality within their lines. For example, lower end models may have inferior panels and components. In some cases, a TV may have a name brand but actually be made by a lesser known manufacturer.

I found this info when shopping for our Samsung TV, sorry, can’t remember the source:

“Samsung TV Panel Origins:

Beware of all Samsung LED LCD sets. They outsource most of the panels to three companies: AU optronics, Chi Mei optoelectronics and sharp. They are all inferior to Samsung Panels with Sharp being the next best, AU third and Chi Mei last. Samsung only ships sets to raters and shows with the Samsung panels inside. What does that tell you. I saw this set at BB and it looked fantastic. Bought it on Amazon and it was delivered two days later. Amazon rocks by the way!. Set it up and calibrated it. Blacks looked poor and the contrast was poor. Off axis viewing was poor. Picture grainy and I have the sharpness down to 0. Called Samsung and of course they said this was not a service issue but would forward my complaint to the important people. Amazon cannot search their warehouse for the version to replace this set with a real Samsung TV. On the sticker on the box and behind the set, there is a version number. If it starts with a T then you win the Samsung Panel Lottery. If it does not you lose! Here is a link to the info:[. ]. Buy local so you can check this number.

You can check the outside of the box. There will be a version number. TS01, TH01, TH02 are the numbers you are looking for. If you cannot find those then the next best thing is HS01 which is a sharp panel. Not a bad panel but can have banding as many Sharp panels do.

If you guys want more info go to AVSFORUMS and look at the Samsung panel thread. version number starting with T, U or W means it is a Samsung panel Also after much research I have found out that all panels in this model are supplied by AU Optronics. If you want a Samsung in the 65″ size you have to get either a H7100 or H8000. H8000 are all Samsung panels and the H7000 are a mix of AU Optronics and Samsung panels. Samsung refuses to discuss this issue since they consider it non service. Will start on the Corporate side. Though not illegal, this practice is unscrupolous. We are not talking apples to apples since different lcd pixel technology is used by different companies and varied quality among the types.

Actually there is a sticker on the outer box that you can check. That is why it is best to buy this set from a brick and mortar store. Unfortunate all 65″ sets of this model have a AU Optronics panel. If I send it back to Amazon I will have to pay for the shipping since there is nothing techincally wrong with the set. Placed several reviews on different merchants sites about the panel issue. Samsung refused to post my review. Also HHGReg and Sears also. Best buy was the only one that did not remove it.

The point is that the specs on these different panels which are from different companies with different pixel technology. These companies don’t use materials and technology from Samsung and make the panel like some outsourcing happens. There is real drop off in real world numbers such as contrast, black levels, response time and off axis viewing. Contrast can be as much as 50% less in the CMO and AUO panels. The sharp panels are closest in specs and quality of the Samsung S-PVA panels. And yes you can have workers look at the version on the outside of the box. Takes a few seconds. Count yourself lucky that you a Samsung panel. Most likely a 55″ version.

Here are the panel codes per Samsung own part site: H7150: 46=TS01, 55= TS01, 60= HH01, 65=TH01, 75=TS01. H6400: 40=unknown, 48=TS01, 50=AS01, 55=TS01,US02, 60=HD01, 65=MD01. H6350: 32=TS01, 40=TS01, 48=TS01, 50AH01, 55=TH01,UH02, 60=HS01, 65=AH01, 75=TH01. H5500: 32=TS01, 40=TS01, 48=TS01, 50=WH01.

Hopes this helps prospective buyers. One change from last year is that other then the 60″ Sharp, only Samsung panels are being placed in the H7150 line. Also curios is the 5500 series that has all Samsung panels. It makes sense that I heard David K say that the 5 and 8 series were very solid but the middle lines were a mixed bag.

Just remember A or M = AU Optronics, T, U, or W = Samsung, and H = Sharp. “

I went to two stores today and saw four different Samsung units exhibiting malfunctions ranging from random green dots to half the colors showing. None of the others TVs had issues. Should I take this as a sign that low end Samsungs are to be avoided? Ways to improve web conference image and sound

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