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HELP for Samsung UN60ES8000

by kagansimsek / March 8, 2013 6:51 PM PST

I've had 46" samsung lcd for more than 2 years and I've never had a problem with it, but to have a bigger and thinner tv, I bought Samsung UN60ES8000.

The problem is, I am using my dell laptop (r15) connected to tv to watch live soccer, movies etc. HD channels had no problem with my lcd but when I connected laptop to new one, I realized that there are some clouds at the back, and the picture is not clear. I found the cnet calibration and applied it, the picture got better but the clouds still there while watching live tv.

can I get rid of that damn cloud ?

Is it because of led tv ? Is it because of laptop ? Is that screen too big for laptop use ? Should I use lcd instead of led ? Whats the problem ?

I really need help because I always use my laptop, and that clouds really disturb while trying to watch hd . Thanks for help

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