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Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
User Manual (ver.2.0)
Apr 19, 2011 ENGLISH 3.23 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Mar 31, 2010 ENGLISH 5.61 pdf Email
DJVU Email
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Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

  1. Title SAMSUNG PC Share Manager
  2. Applicable Model HT-C5500, HT-C6730, HT-C6930
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer open market
  4. Description Digital Media Server for PC
Win XP/Vista Jul 28, 2010 MULTI LANGUAGE 52.54 exe
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

<C5500 Firmware Update History>This Firmware update provides the following benefits: Ver.1021.0 May.09.2013

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1020.0 Mar.08.2012

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1019.0 Nov.14.2011

- Improve specific widgetVer.1018.0 Oct.14.2011

- Improve specific widgetVer.1016.1 Apr.18.2011

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.Ver.1014.1 Dec.27.2010

- Improve specific disc''s playback capability.

- Improve 4:3 display in the Netflix movie Ver.1012.0 Oct. 26, 2010

- Improve specific BD Title''s playback capabilityVer.1010.2 Sep. 08, 2010

- Improve specific BD Title''s playback capabilityVer.1009.2 Aug. 11, 2010

- Improve specific BD Title''s playback capabilityVer.1008.2 Jul. 26, 2010

- Improve specific BD Title''s playback capabilityVer.1007.6 Jul. 12, 2010

- ''Background OSD'' and ''Sleep OSD'' improved

- ''Dynamic Range Control'' improved

- MKV file playback and sound noise improvedVer.1006.3 Jun. 11, 2010

- Improves specific BD Title''s playback capabilityVer.1004.2 Apr. 16, 2010

- Improves specific BD Title''s playback capability

- Improves spekaer''s sound problem when VUDU playback

All OS May 8, 2013 ENGLISH 63.72 zip
Upgrade guide (Firmware) (ver.USB Type)
All OS Apr 16, 2010 ENGLISH 0.11 pdf

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  • Wireless Speaker Setup

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  • Discs Will Not Play Properly

    If the disc will not play, skips, or freezes take the following factors into consideration. Is the disc free from scratches, dust or fingerprints? Is the disc right side up in the tray? Is the disc a 'Region 1' disc? Note: Region 1 discs are discs designed to play in North American DVD [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Speaker Placement Setup And Troubleshooting

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Unit Reads Rear Check

    If the home theater system display reads rear check, it indicates the rear speakers are not making a connection with the home theater. If the rear speakers are connected by speaker cables, try the following: Make sure the speaker cables are secure on both ends. Verify the speaker cables are [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Fan Keeps Running After My Home Theater System Turns Off

    It is normal for the fan inside your Home Theater System to keep running after you turn it off. The fan continues to run for a few minutes to make sure the Home Theater System cools quickly and efficiently. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • When A Commercial Comes On The Volume On My Home Theater System Increases, Why And Can I Fix It?

    First lets understand why this happens. The FCC (Federal Communications Commission) mandates that commercials not be louder than the loudest parts of the programming during which they appear. Since most programs stay well below the specified limits and only increase audio levels for effects, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Image Is Displayed On The TV

    An image from your home theater may not appear on your TV for one of the following reasons: The home theater is not connected correctly. The television is not set to the correct source. The video cable you used to connect the home theater to the TV is defective. The video input jack on the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Audio From Any Speakers

    In most cases, audio fails to work on home theaters for one of the following reasons: The home theater is on the wrong function or aux mode. The speaker cables are not connected correctly. The amplifier in the home theater is defective. To troubleshoot and correct your audio problem, read [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Front Display Stays On 'Load' But Movies Don't Play And I Can't Bring Up The Menu.

    When you insert a movie disc into your Blu-ray HTS the blue bubble background appears before the e-contents menu is displayed (Blockbuster, Netflix, etc) and the movie begins playing. However, if your player display stays on load and the bubble background remains on your screen for longer than [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Remote Control Operation And Troubleshooting

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The ASC (Auto Sound Calibration) Is Not Detecting Some Speakers

    If the ASC microphone is not detecting some of your speakers, the microphone may not be on the same level as the speakers or the speaker may be blocked. To get the best results and to make sure the ASC detects all your speakers, use the following tips. Make sure the ASC microphone and the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Are You Using A Wireless Or Wired Connection

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting Video From A Home Theater To Your TV

    There are many ways to connect your home theater to your TV. Samsung recommends using an HDMI connection for the best picture. If your TV does not have an HDMI IN port, Samsung recommends using one of the following connections. They are arranged in order from highest quality to lowest: HDMI [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Certain Speakers Are Not Working

    Note: If all rear speakers are not working, click here. If your home theater system reads Rear Check, click here. Otherwise continue with this trouble shooting guide. There are several reasons for a speaker or certain speakers on your home theater system to not produce audio: The speaker [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Clean Your Home Theater System

    A home theater must be kept clean to work correctly. If you are having issues playing back discs of all types, your player may be dirty or dusty. To clean your home theater, do the following: Dust the outside of the player with a clean lint free cloth. Use a compressed air can to clean the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • None Of My Discs Will Play On My Bluray Home Theater

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Sound From The Rear Speakers

    The following variables can prevent your Samsung home theater system from outputting audio through the rear speakers: The media you are playing or watching (CD, DVD, TV broadcast, etc.) Your audio connections Your speaker set up Each is discussed below. The Media Many media are recorded [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Remote Control Is Not Working

    If your remote control has stopped controlling your home theater, but the home theater still operates when you press the buttons on its front panel, follow these steps: Remove the batteries from the remote control. With the batteries out of the remote control, press and hold the [POWER] [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I Hear Audio, But I Don?t Hear Voices

    If you hea audio through your home theater, but you don't hear any voices or dialog, the center speaker is the cause of your issue. In surround sound, the center speaker is responsible for almost all of the dialog and voices. If the speaker is not connected securely, you will lose your dialog. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Using Dual-Band Routers

    Samsung 2010 Blu-ray Home Theater Systems (HT-C) with built-in WiFi support 2.4GHz but do not support 5 GHz. The Samsung wireless adapters (WIS09ABGN/WIS09ABGN2/WIS09ABGNX) support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Samsung 2011 Blu-ray Home Theater Systems (HT-D) with built-in WiFi support both 2.4GHz and [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connecting External Devices

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Auto Sound Calibration Setup

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Home Theater System Is Shutting Down.

    If your Home Theater System shuts down on its own or if it displays 'Protection' on its front display and then shuts down, your Home Theater System is overheating. It is shutting down to prevent any damage. The Home Theater System can overheat and shut down if it is near other electronic [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Internet@TV

    [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Home Theater System Does Not Power On

    Your Home Theater System may not power on due to the following: The power cord is not properly connected to the wall outlet The power outlet, power strip, or extension cord is failing The TV is set to the wrong input, no HTS image is displayed The Home Theater System requires service [Troubleshooting Guide]

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