How To Remove A Registered Product
This easy to use guide will help you remove a product that has been registered in error.
How To Update A Partial Product Registration
This easy to use guide will help you continue the registration process for your Samsung product.
Do I Always Need To Wear The 3D Glasses When Watching My Samsung 3D HDTV/BD/HTS?
No. The only time you need to wear the 3D glasses is when viewing 3D content, whether it’s native or virtual. Your 3D HDTV/BD/HTS can still play 2D movies the way you are used to seeing them.
What's The Difference Between Onboard Decoding And Bitstream Pass-through, And Which One Should I Use?
Although Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio aren’t compressed in the same way that the original Dolby Digital and DTS formats are, they still reside on your Blu-ray disc in condensed form, a stream of bits, or bitstream, that has to be decoded properly before it can be amplified and sent to
What Is The Difference Between 2.4GHz And 5GHz?
The major differences between the two are the type of frequencies (channels) they offer and the Wi-Fi protocols they support. The 2.4GHz band offers 3 non overlapping channels and supports 802.11 b/g/n. The 5GHz band offers at least 23 non overlapping channels and supports 802.11a/n. The GHz
Why Does My Movie Have Black Bars Across The Top And Bottom Of The Screen?
Aspect ratio is the relationship between the width of a film image and its height. For example, films displayed in the 16:9 aspect ratio are 16 inches wide for every 9 inches they are tall which can also be expressed as 1.78:1. Standard TV’s have an aspect ratio of 4:3 or 1.33:1, Wide screen
Which Disc Types Can I Use with My Blu-ray Player?
The following disc types and Region Codes are compatible with your Blu-ray Player. Compatible Disc Types Disc Types Disc Logo Recorded Content Disc Shape Max Playing Minutes BD-ROM BD-RE/BD-R AUDIO + VIDEO Single sided (25GB/50GB) Playing time depends on title
How To Locate The Model & Serial Number On Your Blu-ray Player
This guide describes how to locate both your model and serial number.
What Is Bitstream (Re-encode) And Do I Need A Special Av Receiver Or Sound Processor To Use This Feature?
PCM Bitstream (Audiophile) Bitstream (Re-encode) PCM output means that the Blu-ray Disc player itself either passes along the uncompressed multichannel PCM stream that is recorded on the disc, or decodes the high-resolution audio tracks, depending on which soundtrack you select in the
How To Update the Firmware (USB Method)
When new features and content come out, a firmware update may be required for the disc to work properly in your player. This video shows you how to update the firmware by copying it to a USB drive and loading it onto your Blu-Ray player.
How To Update the Firmware (LAN Method)
When new features and content come out, a firmware update may be required for the disc to work properly in your player. This video shows you how to update the firmware by connecting a LAN cable from your modem or router to your Blu-Ray player.
Resets all system, network, and Smart Hub settings and deletes all user stored BD data. Use this if: The player is operating erratically or not working properly After a recent Firmware Update If the Network Test is failing or Network Settings need to be erased If you are attempting to
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Connections And Setup
What Is Firmware And Why Does My Player Need Updates?
What is firmware? The most basic definition of Firmware is the programming inside the main chip that makes the player run. Firmware updates can be used to add functions, fix bugs, and add playback compatibility for disc playback. Why do we need to update firmware for disc compatibility? One