Discover TV’s new dimension
Upgrade to the total 3D TV experience with the LED 6500, which synchronises the advanced 3D picture with latest in 3D Sound automatically through Samsung’s 3D Sound Effect. Driving this superior performance is Samsung’s innovative 3D HyperReal Engine, enhancing images and optimising performance for the most vibrant and crystal-clear full HD images. You’ll be simply dazzled by the Micro Dimming , which makes perfect the smallest picture details. And with new featherweight 3D glasses with ergonomic design a built-in real-time 3D converter, this LED Smart TV is ready to inject new life into both your 2D movies and your whole home entertainment experience.
The ultimate home-base of entertainment
Supreme connectivity enables you to enjoy all your digital content and interactions in one place. AllShare lets you connect your TV wirelessly to all your compatible digital devices, unlocking the music, movies and photos stored there. AllShare PC software is also available for download and ensures that your PC content can be searched, streamed and played back on your TV. High Definition Multimedia Interface inputs allow you to directly connect up to four devices, providing you with much more to watch and share. For a theatre-like movie viewing experience, Cinema Black automatically adjusts the letterbox-effect lighting. And for super-convenience, the Anynet concentrates the functions of all your separate remotes into a single, stylish controller.
- Series 6
- 46" (116.84cm)
- Resolution 1920 x 1080
- 3D Hyper Real Engine
- Clear Motion Rate: 400
- Samsung 3D
- Time Shift
- Allshare (Powered by DLNA)
- Teletext (TTXT)
Ask & Answer
18 Questions5 Answers
How do I connect my surround sound system to TV
Lefty on 2011-09-07
Hi, you will need to use the optical cable that should have come with the surround sound system. This will connect direc...
Samsung Customer Service on 2011-10-07
our TV doesn't seem to recognise HDMi cable has any one else come across this?
Sandra T on 2012-01-04
Hi there, have you tried a different HDMI cable or HDMI port to see if this fixes the problem?
Customer Support on 2012-01-10