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Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
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Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.39 pdf Email
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This firmware will correct the following phenomenons some units may experience.

-. Intermittent Audio Drop-Out with HDMI connectionThe firmware will be updated to the following version.

-. HPT4264 : 1049

-. HPT5064 : 1049Please be sure to read the instruction before beginning the update process.

All Windows Apr 17, 2008 ENGLISH 6.38 exe

Firmware Update Instruction

All Windows Apr 20, 2008 ENGLISH 0.37 pdf DJVU

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  • Are Samsung TVs Energy Star Compliant?

    Most Samsung products are Energy Start compliant, many exceeding the standards set by Energy Star. If you would like more information about your products Energy Star certification, please visit the Energy Star website for more information. [FAQs]

  • What Is S/PDIF?

    S/PDIF is an acronym for Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format, which is a set of technical specifications that define how digital audio signals are transmitted between audio devices. S/PDIF is used in CD players, DVD players, computer sound cards, Home Theater Systems, TVs, and other audio [FAQs]

  • What is Refresh Rate?

    Refresh rate, also referred to as response time, is the amount of time it takes a pixel to go from active to inactive. This can be compared to the shutter speed of a camera. The lower the refresh rate the less flicker, lag, and artifacting will be seen on the screen Refresh rate is distinctly [FAQs]

  • Are Samsung TVs Compatible With The PlayStation 3?

    All Samsung TVs are compatible with the PlayStation 3. Depending on the connection and settings from the PlayStation 3 the picture quality will vary. Resolution And Connections PlayStation 3 Settings for resolution cannot exceed the max resolution of your TV or you will receive the [FAQs]

  • Are Any Samsung Plasma TVs Compatible With Bluetooth?

    Many current model TVs have built-in Bluetooth adapters to connect to Samsung accessories and limited 3rd party Bluetooth devices. You can see if your model has Bluetooth by looking at your models products specifications page (only current models pages are available on Samsung.com) Example [FAQs]

  • Is The Buzzing Sound My Plasma TV Making Normal?

    Important: Plasma TVs do not operate properly at approximately 6500 feet (1950 meters) or above. If you attempt to operate a Plasma TV above or near that altitude, it will buzz very loudly. Unfortunately, there is no way to stop the buzzing at that altitude. However, the loud buzzing should stop [FAQs]

  • Connect: How To Connect A Standard Definition Cable/ Satellite Box

    A step-by-step guide to connect an SD set-top box to your TV. [How-To Guide]

  • Can I Put My TV In My Bathroom?

    In general, you should not put your Samsung TV in extremely hot, cold, humid or dusty places. Consequently, we recommend that you do not install your Samsung TV in a bathroom or any other room with high humidity. Environmental Considerations Operating Temperature 50˚F - 104˚F (10˚C [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Altitude?

    Altitude does affect Plasma TVs. Plasma TVs do not operate properly above 6500 feet (approximately 1950 meters) and in most cases will buzz loudly at or above that altitude. Samsung does not sell a Plasma TV designed to be used above 6500 feet. [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Sunlight?

    Plasmas are not affected by sunlight, although placing the TV is direct sunlight may negatively affect your viewing expeirence during the day-time due to glare. The brighter the ambient light in an enviornment the TV is located, the harder it is for you to distinguish colors and brightness [FAQs]

  • Where Can I Find An Image Of The Back Side Panel Of My TV?

    An image of the connections located on the back of your TV can be found in the User Manual or Quick Guide that came packaged with your TV and are also available in the Download Center. The image will usually be located in the last few pages of the manual under the heading Dimensions. [FAQs]

  • When Should I Use HDMI Cable?

    You should use HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable when the components you intend to connect are HDMI compatible - that is, they both have HDMI jacks - and you want the highest quality digital video and/or audio connection. HDMI carries both uncompressed digital audio and video [FAQs]

  • Which Plasma TVs Have PIP (Picture-In-Picture)?

    Many Samsung TVs have the single tuner PIP function. Since 2005 there was an industry wide change in the PIP function from a Two Tuner system to a Single Tuner. Two Tuner: TV has two built in NTSC tuners, a single coax connection is connected to the TV. The TV can tune in and watch two [FAQs]

  • When I Connect My TV To My Computer, I Get The Mode Not Supported Message

    Mode Not Supported Message If you get the Mode Not Supported message when you connect your TV to your computer, it means that either: The video output of the computer is set to a refresh rate or resolution that exceeds the TV's capabilities - or - your video card drivers need to be [FAQs]

  • What Do Samsung's TV Model Numbers Mean?

    Looking at a Samsung model number may be confusing at first but once you understand how it is broken up reading them becomes a breeze. For Example: UN55F8000AFXZA When we break the model number down we will learn about what it is identifying: U = LED N = Produced for North America 55 = [FAQs]

  • What Apps Are Available For My TV?

    There are two ways you can see what apps are compatible with your TV. 1) Through the Samsung App Store The Samsung App Store on your TV will only display apps that are compatible with your TV. 2) On Samsung.com Al list of all app are available on Samsung.com in the App Store [FAQs]

  • What Is The Screen Burn Protection Setting?

    When the plasma technology first appeared on the market, the panels had an issue with Screen Burn-in or image retension. We have added software in the TV to limit the exposure time on an individual pixel, which is essentially the cause of Screen Burn-in. The functions and capabilites of [FAQs]

  • Maintenance: How To Clean Fingerprints And Other Greasy Smudges Off Of Your TV Screen

    Cleaning Fingerprints, Smudges, and Food Off Your TV Screen [How-To Guide]

  • My TV Is Displaying SAP (Secondary Audio Programming). What Is This And How Do I Turn It Off?

    What Is SAP? SAP stands for 'Second Audio Program'. It is an additional audio signal broadcast with a television program that you can listen to when you select the SAP mode on your TV. SAP audio usually contains a foreign-language translation. Sometimes SAP has unrelated information like news [FAQs]

  • Can I Lay My Plasma TV Down?

    The only time the TV needs to be laid on it's face is when you are assembling/disassembling the stand. Anytime else, during transport especially, the TV should remain in a verticle orientation at all times. To assemble or disassemble the TV stand, follow these steps: Place the TV face down on [FAQs]

  • How Does the Pixel Scrolling Feature Work?

    The pixel scrolling feature is a function built into Samsung plasma TVs that can reduce or remove the effects of screen burn-in/image retention. The pixel scrolling function removes after-images from the screen by attempting to return all individual pixels to their base-line intensity. It does [FAQs]

  • How Do I Get Rid Of The Black Bars On The Sides Of My Screen?

    When set to the 4:3 picture size, wide screen TVs typically have black space or bars to the left and right of the picture. To remove the black bars, you have to change your picture size. You can change the picture size in two ways: If your remote has a P. Size button, by pressing the P. [FAQs]

  • What Is Your Policy On Defective Plasma Cells or Pixels?

    One or two defective pixels out of the approximately 900,000 to 6.1 million pixels on a typical Plasma television is normal. Generally, then, if you have only a few defective pixels, service is not an option. With that said, what we do about a Plasma TV with defective pixels depends on: The [FAQs]

  • What Is CEC (Anynet+)?

    CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) is a control protocol transmitted through HDMI connections between TVs, Blu-ray Players, Home Theaters, Sound Bars, DVD players, Set-Top-Boxes, and other electronic devices. CEC allows these devices, when connected in a system or network through their HDMI [FAQs]

  • What Is The RGB Only Setting?

    The RGB Only Mode option is used for calibration purposes only. With this option turned on the TV can apply a Red, Green, or Blue filter for use when calibrating the TV. Off: Disables RGB Only Mode. Red: Applies a Red Filter to the picture. Green: Applies a Green Filter to the picture. [FAQs]

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