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LN52B750 Backlight level when in WiseLink (DLNA) mode

by dimon73 / October 1, 2009 12:43 AM PDT

Is it is possible to adjust backlight level when in
WiseLink (DLNA) mode? I want to bring it down, but can't seem to do that. It looks that this option is not there for picture settings.

I have LN52B750 with the latest firmware 1012.3

Thanks.

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Any answer on that?
by dimon73 / October 5, 2009 12:27 AM PDT

Anyone?

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LN52B750 Backlight level when in WiseLink (DLNA) mode
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 7, 2009 12:27 AM PDT

dimon73,

I apologize for the delay.

You should be able to adjust your settings this way:

Start your Media (Movie, picture) press the Tools button, go down to "Picture settings", Press ENTER, Select the Picture mode you would like (Dynamic, standard, Move), and make your adjustments that way.

Does that help?

--HDTech

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LN52B750 Backlight level when in WiseLink (DLNA) mode
by dimon73 / October 7, 2009 1:39 AM PDT

Right, I've seen these setting available, but there is no option to change the actual backlight level as in any other input source (TV,PC, HDMI). I really wanted to bring it down to level 3, as I set it for other sources.
So this confirms that there is no such setting for Media Player source?
Correct?

Thanks.

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LN52B750 Backlight level when in WiseLink (DLNA) mode
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 8, 2009 10:42 AM PDT

dimon73,

Yes, that is correct.

--HDTech

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Have the same problem with Media Play 2.0
by LN52B750 / October 25, 2009 4:34 PM PDT

Hello Samsung.

I have the same problem. There are MANY adjustments one can't make while in Media Play 2.0 (and probably DLNA mode). I can't adjust the HUE or skin tone while in Media Play 2.0--I can adjust the COLOR but that's really saturation. I need to adjust the HUE/skin tone.

I know it can't be done now with the current firmware but I'm asking that you bring this to your engineers' attention. This really should be addressed in a future firmware upgrade. Again, there are lots of settings that one is able to configure when watching from other inputs, but when in Media Play 2.0, many of the settings are NOT configurable. This needs to be addressed.

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Totally agree
by dimon73 / October 25, 2009 11:54 PM PDT

I was not even talking about other picture settings that are missing
from the Media Player source. They probably depend on the capabilities of the media player software (which is, I think, a version of mplayer, as this TV is running Linux OS). But the backlight level? That is definitely can be easily done through a simple firmware update. Just don't understand why it is not there in the first place.
So I am hoping that someone will make it happen at Samsung with future
firmware updates.

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Importance of picture adjastments in Media Player
by dimon73 / October 26, 2009 1:44 AM PDT

Just another thought on the importance of the picture adjustments
in the media player source.
It may be underestimated, but there is a large number of people who do not really watch live TV anymore. I am one of them. Thus, we are
heavily relying on the media player capability to watch our content (DLNA or external storage).

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