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A general guide to help you make an informed decision on how to connect your equipment to your TV.
The Color Tone option will change intensity of the white light in the picture which will add a blue or red hue to your picture. Depending on the picture mode you select (Example: Standard, Dynamic, Movie) some color tones will be grayed out. There are 5 different options for color tone; Warm
Check to see if your standby/temp light is on or off. If your standby/temp light is off and you are still not seeing a picture try pressing the Menu button on your remote to see if the on screen menu appears. If you still do not see a picture click here to view the Power section of this
There are two ways to connect the TV to a Home Theater System (HTS): Digital Optical Cable Analog Stereo Cable Instructions for each of the two connection methods are below. Analog Stereo Connection Important: Samsung strongly recommends setting the Internal Mute to On
If you have connected the TV to a PC using a VGA (PC) cable and your screen is not centered, you can perform either an Automatic Centering or a Manual Centering to correct the screen position. Note: If you are using HDMI/ DVI and the screen is not centered, you must update the video card or
How To Connect a Standard Definition Box and Get a Picture To connect a Standard Definition (SD) Cable or Satellite box to your TV, you need the following equipment: Standard Definition Cable or Satellite Box (Referred to as an SD box). One length of Coaxial (RF) Cable (long enough to go
Video quality from a DVD player or gaming system is dependent on three factors: The quality of your connection. The resolution at which the DVD player or gaming system is set. The resolution at which the media (game or DVD) is recorded. To improve the picture from your DVD player or
Video quality from a DVD player or gaming system is dependent on three factors: The quality of your connection. The resolution at which the DVD player or gaming system is set. The resolution at which the media (game or DVD) is recorded. To improve the picture from your DVD player or gaming
If you hear humming, buzzing, or whining noises coming for your TV, the most likely sources are the cooling fan or color wheel. Both of these are discussed below. The Cooling Fan The cooling fan normally makes some noise when it runs, but it shouldn't be so loud that it is noticeable.
If the cables are connected to one input and there is no sound, try changing the connections: Connect a different device to the input that is not working. Connect the original device to a different input. If one device does not work in both inputs but the second device does work, the