LCD -matrices,differences and what models are placed

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12none

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I recently purchased a Samsung UN50EH5300 (Version CH01) and would like to find out more about the panel in it. The service menu shows 50P6AF0D. Any help would be greatly appreciated. In particular I'd really like to know what the response time is and how this panel compares to S-PVA.
 
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kibibyte

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Philips 2012
TFT-LCD

1.40PFL5**7-LCD LK400D3LC (Sharp)
2.40PFL5**7-LCD LTA400HV (Samsung)
46PFL5**7-LCD LTA460HW (Samsung)

;)

Greetings. Are we 100% sure that 46PFL5507 TV has Samsung panel? Shame, 40" model got a good rating from a review and my eyes on it. :(
 

albani

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Hi Hristo

request tear-down some off panels such as;

Tosh WL/YL8xx series
Sony HX75x/85x series

as it seems that 2012 models has different type matrixes!!
as before those panels use S_PVA

note;according to your post#931 teardown pictures,have seen Sony Corp./Made in China

bye++
 
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TvFinder

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Hi Hristo

request tear-down some off panels such as;

Tosh WL/YL8xx series
Sony HX75x/85x series

as it seems that 2012 models has different type matrixes!!
as before those panels use S_PVA

note;according to your post#931 teardown pictures,have seen Sony Corp./Made in China

bye++

...and even worse it seems that there is difference in Sony HX855 between 40" and 46"...

One thing that is alarming me is that 40" is class B for electricity consumption, while the 46" is class A...
Could it be a signal of panel difference too?

Thanks in advance for your clarification, as always! :smashin:
 

dadash

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the electricity usage is definitely panel related, other hardware i.e. motherboard and graphic board energy consumption is insignificant in comparison...
 

adtomov

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Hi all,
Panasonic TXL-47ET50E (IPS-Pro 47") panel
1. Common picture:
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2. Close-up view:
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LG 32LV375S (ZC.BEUDLJP) AMVA 32"
1. Common picture:
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2. Close-up view:
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Develop

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I read the whole Thread and the info you guys provide here is awesome.:smashin:

I came to conclusion my next 40" TV should have the new type PSA S-PVA Panel. I read the Samsung 46ES7000 is using this panel type. Can anybody confirm Samsung is using this panel in 40ES7000 as well?
 

herosrule

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what is a PSA S-pva panel? is it a new type?

ether way ive got a tv with an s-pva panel and i can whole heartedly recomend both ips alpha or spva in anyones TV depending on your viewing style.
 

adtomov

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what is a PSA S-pva panel? is it a new type?

ether way ive got a tv with an s-pva panel and i can whole heartedly recomend both ips alpha or spva in anyones TV depending on your viewing style.

PSA (Polymer sustained alignment ), like UV2A is a method of in cell liquid crystals pre-alignment. This method achieves proper liquid crystal pre-tilt angles without rubbing, protrusions, or patterned common electrodes.
It can be applied in all types of VA matrices - MVA, PVA etc.
More info:
LCD manufacturing technologies target increasing transmission to reduce panel costs - ElectroIQ
 

herosrule

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Ah I see, I actually found some papers on it in the end. So it's safe to assume that most va panels will be using in ether now or in the future as the goal is to reduce costs.
 

stefankostov

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I would like to ask hristoslav2 what kind and maker are the LCD-Matrices on:
UE32ES6300S, S/N: B4M93HLC500063, Vesion No 03 and
UE32ES6100, S/N: B4JQ3HDC300936N, Version No 01
Nobody in the shops and Samsung service in Plovdiv can give an answer.
Any suggestions which one to prefer.

Thanks: stefankostov
 

stefankostov

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Hi,

Just now I saw some others are also familiar with Samsung.
That's why I repeat my questions to all: what kind and maker are the LCD-Matrices of the TVs below:
UE32ES6300S, S/N: B4M93HLC500063, Vesion No 03 and
UE32ES6100, S/N: B4JQ3HDC300936N, Version No 01
Do you have suggestions which one to prefer.
 

herosrule

Active Member
I wonder if its worth posting a 2012 and 2011 LCD matrix by manufacturer up again as I bet nearly half of the posts on this topic are people asking the same question over and over again.
 

12none

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It would be nice to see a list for 2012 models. I'm still searching for information on my Samsung as posted earlier, but I can't seem to find much information on it.
 

albani

Active Member
Seems that the new Samsung/Sony TVs use "PSA" type VA matrice and produced on their China factory!
so prime-cost cut-down!! so just look at the sale price off Sony HX85x/75x

Therefore seems no any Blacks/Contrast ıssue and are all very good specs as well

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stefankostov

Standard Member
Hi,

Maybe somebody is interested in this information.
Yesterday I bought Samsung UE32ES6100W, produced in Hungary in June 2012 .
Version No: 03.
Panel: LTJ320HW04-J (Samsung), Produced in their Slovakia' LCD factory (in Voderady).
 

hristoslav2

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Panasonic 2012

WT50
55" - VVX55F130A20 IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
47" - VVX47F130A20 IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
42" - LC420WUD- S-IPS - LG Display
8 Block Scan with Local Dimming
Combination of 50 frames in PAL, with 4 frames of motion compensation and 8 phases of the scanning backlight. 50x4x8 = 1600Ηz!!!

Panel - VVX47F130A20
http://www.fullhd.gr/2008-03-14-21-37-34/teardown/13389-panasonic-tx-l47wt50.html

DT50
55" - VVX55F130B20 IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
47" - VVX47F130B20 IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
42" - LC420WUD- S-IPS - LG Display
8 Block Scan
Combination of 50 frames in PAL, with 4 frames of motion compensation and 8 phases of the scanning backlight. 50x4x8 = 1600Ηz!!!
http://www.hdtv.com.pl/forum/t/82920/002_P1380227.JPG


ET50
47" - VVX47F130... IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
42" - LC420WUD- S-IPS - LG Display
8 Block Scan

ET5
55" - LC550WUD-SDA1 S-IPS - LG Display
47" - LC470WUD-SDA1 S-IPS - LG Display
42" - LC420WUD-SDA1 S-IPS - LG Display
3 Block Scan

E5
47" - VVX47F1.....IPS Pro - Panasonic Liquid Crystal Display
42" - LC42WUN S-IPS - LG Display
37" - LC37WUN S-IPS - LG Display
32" - LC32WUN S-IPS - LG Display
32/23/19 - NoScan , 42/47 - 3 block Scan

U5
42" - LCS MVA - ChiMei Innolux

X5
32" - LC320WUN...S-IPS - LG Display
19",24"- TN

C5
32"- V315H3 LCS MVA - ChiMei Innolux
24" - TN
 
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hristoslav2

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Philips 2011

Philips 32PFL6606 - LK315D3LA63 Sharp
Philips 37PFL6606 - LC370EUF-SDA1 (LG)
Philips 40PFL6606 - LK400D3L843 Sharp
Philips 46PFL6606 - LK460D3L833 Sharp
Philips 55PFL6606 - LC550EUF-SDA1 (LG)
http://forum.ixbt.com/post.cgi?id=attach:62:11088:1208:3

Samsung 2012 ES61.....ES63...
32ES61.....ES63... - LCS MVA CMI & LTJ320HW04-J (Samsung)
37ES61.....ES63... - A-MVA AUO
40ES61.....ES63... - S-PVa Samsung
60ES61.....ES63... - UV2A Sharp
http://forum.ixbt.com/post.cgi?id=attach:62:11088:1208:4



Sharp 2011-2012

LC-32LE630E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-40LE630E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-46LE630E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-40LE631E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-46LE631E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-32LE632E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-40LE632E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-46LE632E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-60LE636E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-80LE645Е - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-80LE646E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-60LE740E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-70LE740E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-60LE741E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-70LE741E - UV²A RGB X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-40LE830E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-46LE830E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-52LE830E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-60LE830E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-40LE831E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-46LE831E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-52LE831E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-60LE831E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-60LE841E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel

LC-70LE835E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel
LC-70LE836E - UV²A RGBY X-gen High Speed Panel


http://www.sharpsme.com/
http://www.sharpleds.eu/
http://www.sharpledlcd.com/
http://www.sharpmemorylcd.com/


60-inch (LK600D3LXX)
70-inch (LK695D3LXX)
80-inch (LK800D3LXX)
http://www.sharpsma.com/download/2012-Signage-Module-Brochurepdf
 
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Zokambaa

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I have an October 2011 made UN46D6000SFxzc (version CN02) Canadian version Samsung (assembled in mexico) and was wondering what the Type should be in the service menu for my unit.

Also would this be a Samsung made panel or some other company?

Here are the stickers from the back of the screen inside the tv.

A tech replaced the mainboard in my TV but it is a refurbished part so I think the settings are off in the service menu as the colors were good before but now I can't get them back the way they were... the screen was not changed, just the mainboard.

ur46d600sf.jpg
 
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adtomov

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I have an October 2011 made UN46D6000SFxzc (version CN02) Canadian version Samsung (assembled in mexico) and was wondering what the Type should be in the service menu for my unit.

Also would this be a Samsung made panel or some other company...

Hi Zokambaa,
The panel code "LD***CGC-C3" need service manual for proper panel specification. But all clues provided point CMI as most probable panel manufacturer.
;)
 

hristoslav2

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LD460CGC-C3 (CMI) This is a OEM - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Original_equipment_manufacturer
http://www.tvserviceparts.com/BN07-01019A.html

Provided panels for models 46D60xx
LTJ460HJ05-V (Samsung)
LD460CGC-C3 (CMI)

I have an October 2011 made
A tech replaced the mainboard in my TV but it is a refurbished part so I think the settings are off in the service menu as the colors were good before but now I can't get them back the way they were... the screen was not changed, just the mainboard.
For color settings ..
It is possible that switching to the main board failed to change the type videopanel in the service menu. Hence the differences in the basic settings.
In the service menu should be written as 40P1UF0Е

I do not advise you to change it yourself! Consult a service technician.
 
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Zokambaa

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Do you mean 46P1UF0Е I think there was one in the list for that... this is a 46" screen not the 40" one

or is that number meaning something else?

I think in Europe the model is EU46D6000 or something like that... in Canada and the USA it is UN46D6000

I changed it to 46A1UF7E and it is a bit better but I'm going to have to try calibration now... but my old settings aren't the same on this new mainboard.


LD460CGC-C3 (CMI) This BN07-01019A, is a OEM Original Samsung LCD Display Panel.
TVserviceParts.com | Samsung BN07-01019A LCD Display Panel, LD460CGC-C3,CLL7CC6


For color settings ..
It is possible that switching to the main board failed to change the type videopanel in the service menu. Hence the differences in the basic settings.
In the service menu should be written as 40P1UF0Е
 

hristoslav2

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I think in Europe the model is EU46D6000 or something like that... in Canada and the USA it is UN46D6000
EU - Europe
UN - North America, Korea, South America
UA - Asia, Africa, Australia
US - Iran
http://forum.setcombg.com/index.php/topic,50898.msg491510.html#msg491510

How to decrypt the designation of the matrix in the service menu example Type 40A1UF0C ?
40 - Inch
A - Vendor
  • A - Samsung
  • D - Chimei Innolux
  • L or R - AU Optronics
  • I - Chunghwa Picture Tube
  • Р - CMI
  • Н - Sharp
1 - Panel frequence
  • 6 - 50/60Hz
  • 1 - 100/120Hz
  • 2 - 200/240Hz
U - Panel type
  • A - AntiGlare
  • T - TN
  • U - Ultra Clear
F - Resolution
  • F - FullHD,
  • H - HD ready,
  • U - Ulthra D
0 - generation panel /Panel 1st/2nd (1st:0, 2nd:1…)
  • 0 -
  • 1 -
  • 2 -
C - BLU (BackLight Unit) - type backlight
  • C - CCFL,
  • L - LED,
  • D - Direct LED
  • E - Edge LED
 
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