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Can I Use My Samsung Monitor in Other Countries?
You can use your Samsung monitor in Europe and other countries outside the U.S. as a computer monitor. You would not need a voltage converter because all current models can use voltages ranging from 90 or 100 volts to 240 volts (at either 50 or 60 Hertz), and they automatically adjust their displays to the different voltages. However, you will probably need a set of travel plug adapters. Different countries use differently configured plugs and electrical outlets. For help determining whether you will need a travel plug adapter, and what kind to get for the country you will be traveling to, click here.
- You cannot use most Samsung U.S. TV compatible monitors as TVs in Europe. The European and US TV systems are not compatible.
- There are four exceptions to the general TV rule above. They are the:
For TV viewing, you must connect these monitors to a digital set top box. These four monitors have been discontinued.
The 930MP and the 910 MP have built-in NTSC/PAL/SECAM tuners, SCART connectors, and BNC antenna/cable connectors. The 323T and the 403T are compatible with NTSC, PAL, and SECAM, but do not have built in tuners. For TV viewing, you must connect these monitors to a digital set top box. Note that these four monitors have been discontinued.