What Hz is my Sammy TV's Panel ? Backend[FOX-FT3]

Abarth

Novice Member
Hello;

I have a 2014 model 3D FHD Sammy smart tv.

It's written as 60 hz everywhere but when i enter the service menu it's shown as '' Backend[FOX-FT3] Panel[120Hz] ''.

Some of Sammy users on another forum in my country tells me that 60 hz panels have only '' Judder Reduction '' in motion plus menu. But 120 hz panels also have '' Blur Reduction '' in addition to judder reduction.

Do you have any idea ?

Model: UE40H6470AS (H6400 6 Series)

Picture of service menu;

TV Specs;


Thanks in advance.
 

sykotik

Distinguished Member
I think the easiest way to find out would be hook a PC up to it and see what options you have in the display settings.
 

cuke2u

Well-known Member
I think it highly unlikely a 40" set from 2014 would be 120mhz, maybe the ones with larger screens yes, although for 2014 also unlikely. See HDTest's review of the UE40H6400 https://www.*/news/ue40h6400-201405023756.htm
 

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desinho

Member
Hello;

I have a 2014 model 3D FHD Sammy smart tv.

It's written as 60 hz everywhere but when i enter the service menu it's shown as '' Backend[FOX-FT3] Panel[120Hz] ''.

Some of Sammy users on another forum in my country tells me that 60 hz panels have only '' Judder Reduction '' in motion plus menu. But 120 hz panels also have '' Blur Reduction '' in addition to judder reduction.

Do you have any idea ?

Model: UE40H6470AS (H6400 6 Series)

Picture of service menu;

TV Specs;


Thanks in advance.
It's 120Hz, see 'OPTION' code 40A1AF0V. "1" =120Hz, for 60Hz models you will find a '6' in this position. Also in your motion settings you should have two settings: De-Blur and De-Judder (iirc); edit: Blur Reduction and Judder Reduction yes. 60Hz models only have one setting ...

The 40J6400 was still a 120Hz model as well ...; besides, there are no 60hz active 3D models anyway.
 
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Abarth

Novice Member
It's 120Hz, see 'OPTION' code 40A1AF0V. "1" =120Hz, for 60Hz models you will find a '6' in this position. Also in your motion settings you should have two settings: De-Blur and De-Judder (iirc); edit: Blur Reduction and Judder Reduction yes. 60Hz models only have one setting ...

The 40J6400 was still a 120Hz model as well ...; besides, there are no 60hz active 3D models anyway.
Thank you very much, you helped a lot. But there's a problem.
There are 2 option codes on the menu;

Upper Side: 40A1AF0V ,...,..., NONE

and under side;
TCON Version: H40A1F606

I'm afraid it might be 60 hz or may be 120 hz mode is deactivated on the service menu.
 
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Abarth

Novice Member
I guess i solved the puzzle.

Option : 40A1AF0V,....,....,NONE (from the Service Menu)

40 = Size in inches
A = vendor / Manufacturer / where:-

A = Samsung Display
D = CMO (Chimei Innolux / Chilin /)
L = AUO (AU Optronics)
R = AUO (AU Optronics)
I = CPT (Chunghwa Picture Tube)
P = CMI (Chimei Innolux)
H = Sharp Display
S = Sharp / (Samsung China)
B = Beijing Optoelectronics

1 = Panel frequency where:-

6 = 50 (60Hz)
1 = 100 (120Hz)
2 = 200 (240Hz)

U = Panel Finish where:-

U = Ultraclear
A = Antiglare

U = Panel resolution where:-

U = UHD
F = Full HD
H = HD

Not sure what the number represents but on the TV's I've seen this appears to be:-

9 for 9 series
8 for 8 series
7 for 7 series
0 for 6 series.

Not sure what the next letter represents but see the table of models I have looked at at the end

V = Panel Type

Source:
 

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