SAMSUNG UN55F6400AF LED TV DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||37.7 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
SAMSUNG UN55F6400AF LED TV DRIVER
Samsung UN55F6400AF LCD TV (UN55F6400)
Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV That's is definitely the case for the F As in that model, and unlike with true local dimmingthe Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV on the F television is software-only and doesn't control the backlight. What this means is that it can't actually make the blacks much darker, like true local dimming can. In other words, what seems to be the main picture quality advantage over the less expensive F isn't an advantage at all.
We'll be testing the F itself soon to compare the two, but in the meantime we wouldn't recommend anyone buy this set over the F expecting better image quality. Another potential, and much less important, picture quality differentiator between the F and F is "Clear Motion Rate," a specification Samsung Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV uses instead of refresh rate. Yes, this rating seemingly belongs with Peak Music Power Output in the "numbers the marketing guy came up with" category, but Samsung isn't the only one doing it.
The glasses are basically identical to the SSGGB model we reviewed last Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV and Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV like much aside from their low price. Out of the box color accuracy was good but not great. As shown on the CIE chart below, reds, greens, and blues represented by their corresponding dots are close to their target coordinates represented by their corresponding boxesbut they all are on the outer edges of ideal and run a bit heavy and oversaturated. You can calibrate it, but most mid-range HDTVs have slightly more accurate colors out of the box when set to the warmed color temperature preset. Fortunately, colors were not noticeably oversaturated and there was no obvious tinting while watching the movie on Blu-ray.
Samsung UNF series LCD review: Midrange price, middling picture - CNET
Moreover, color quality and luminance remained intact when viewed from an extreme angle, and backlight bloom was not an issue. The F delivers a convincing 3D picture.
It uses active 3D technology and comes with two sets of lightweight 3D glasses the same glasses that come with the PN60F Depth and image detail was very good and there were no glaring crosstalk artifacts while watching Sharks 3D on Blu-ray, although the glasses let Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV much light in through the sides. A wrap-around design would resolve this. Power and Conclusion The F used watts of power during testing while set to standard mode.
Power consumption dropped to 66 watts with Eco mode set to low and 53 watts with it set to medium. You can reduce consumption even further by using the high Eco setting, but the picture becomes so dim that it's almost unwatchable. The Samsung UN55FAF has a few notable flaws; it doesn't get Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV bright, its colors are oversaturated out of the box, its Smart Touch remote can be maddening although it does become easier to use after a whileand the voice command feature is way too erratic to be considered useful. That said, the F delivers a sharp, well-balanced picture and offers a robust feature set.
We've found the UN55FAF available for significantly less than its list price, and if you can find it several hundred dollars less than its MSRP it becomes a much nicer-looking deal. Visit Samsung today for LED F Series Smart TV - LED Smart TV (F Series) edit Series Series Design Type LED TV Design One Design (ToC) Pair Smart Touch Control. Turn the Smart Touch Control over so the Samsung UN55F6400AF LED TV cover is facing up.