SAMSUNG Media Solution
A. If you have your LCD TV connected to your PC, you cannot rotate the image on the LCD TV to portrait mode. SAMSUNG LCD TVs are physically incapable of displaying the rotated image.
A. None of the current SAMSUNG LCD TVs have built-in IEEE 802.11n (wireless) capabilities. However, you can connect all current SAMSUNG LCD TVs to a PC that does have IEEE 802.11b or IEEE 802.11g wireless network capabilities for using InfoLive™ only.
A. The SAMSUNG 2008 Series 7, 8 and 9 LCD TVs are DLNA certified.
A. 1) A standard PC Video
2) A DVI-D input jack
3) Wired LAN (WiseLInk™:DLNA)
A. Your SAMSUNG LCD TV can be used as a computer monitor for a Mac as long as:
- The video card in your Mac supports standard PC video resolutions and the optimum refresh rate of your LCD TV.
- The TV has a D-Sub 15 pin (PC In or RGB), or a DVI input jack, or, for SAMSUNG's 2007 models, more than one HDMI input jack on its back panel.
However, Mac's do not support a DLNA connection
A. Check the maximum resolution and connected device's Video frequency. Compare these values with the data in the Display Modes.
A. 1. Inside the TV Box
2. samsung.com→download centers