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  • Can I Put My LCD TV Outside?

    Can I Put My LCD TV Outside? We recommend against putting your LCD TV outside. The large changes in outdoor temperature and humidity could cause your LCD to malfunction. [FAQs]

  • Can I Play Video Games On My LCD TV?

    Can I Play Video Games On My LCD TV? Yes, you can play video games on your LCD TV as long as you do not play the games for long periods of time. LCD TVs can be affected by consistant still imagaes. We recommend that you limit your viewing of stationary graphics and images, such as video game [FAQs]

  • Can I Mount My LCD TV Above A Fireplace?

    Can I Mount My LCD TV Above A Fireplace? Samsung LCD TVs have an operating temperature range of 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside this ranges will affect the operation of the TVs and can cause damage. Consequently, you can mount your LCD TV over a working fireplace or a [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]

  • How To Clean The 3D Glasses

    The proper way to clean the 3D glasses is one lens at-a-time. It is not advisable to clean them in the same way that you would clean regular glasses (one finger on each lens), as it could damage the glasses. Do not clean both sides (front and back) at the same time as this will damage the [FAQs]

  • Maintenance: How To Clean The 3D Glasses

    Instructions for cleaning your active shutter 3D glasses [How-To Guide]

  • How To Use The Wireless LinkStick With Your Television

    Connecting your television to your home network using the wireless Linkstick [How-To Guide]

  • How To Update A Partial Product Registration

    Getting Started Registering your Samsung product is easy and comes with many benefits. In some cases you may have added a product to your account, but the registration is not complete. In order to receive the full benefit of registering your product you will need to complete the registration. [FAQs]

  • How To Update A Partial Product Registration

    This easy to use guide will help you continue the registration process for your Samsung product. [How-To Guide]

  • How To Register Your Samsung Product

    Getting Started Registering your Samsung product is easy and comes with many benefits. You will receive helpful tips, faster tech support and a chance to win free Samsung products. You Will Need A PC or Smart Device with Internet Access The Model Code and Serial number of your Samsung [FAQs]

  • How To Register Your Samsung Product

    The easy to use guide will walk you through registering your Samsung Products [How-To Guide]

  • How To Attach A Laptop Computer To Your TV

    Important: How-to Guides assume that all equipment is functioning properly. If you require troubleshooting to resolve an issue not covered in this How-to Guide please visit our Troubleshooting guide section. The Troubleshooting guide can be accessed from the support page for your TV. Connect [FAQs]

  • Why Does My TV Make A Popping Or Cracking Noise After I Turn It Off?

    The popping or cracking noises you hear after you turn off your TV are caused by different parts inside the TV contracting as they cool. It's caused by the thermal expansion the metal chassis of the TV goes through during the warm-up phase. These sounds are normal, and happen in a variety of [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]

  • Why Doesn't A Wide Screen DVD Fit My Wide Screen TV?

    Many older movies available on DVD, though labeled wide screen, were produced in a wide screen format (for example, Cinemascope or Academy Flat) which are a wider aspect ration than the current 16:9 wide screen TV standard. When you play one of these movies, your wide screen TV will display [FAQs]

  • What Is Gamma?

    Gamma is a term used for the amount of electrical charge applied to the pixels of your screen. Having the gamma set to high will caused a washed out looking picture and the gamma set to low will cause you to have a very dark picture. Gamma and brightness are related but are not the same. A [FAQs]

  • Will Netflix work on my 2009/B Series TV?

    In 2009, we released several different TVs that had the ability to tie into your network. With these new functions, we added Yahoo! Widgets (a.k.a Internet@TV), Media Play 2.0, and something called Home Network Center. With Yahoo! Widgets, you could pull content and media from many different [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Have An ATSC (Digital) Tuner?

    All TVs made from 2007 through current models include an ATSC tuners. Legacy Models Of the 2006 models, all Samsung HL-S series DLP TVs, all LN-S series LCD TVs ending with a D (for example, LN-S3269D), all SP-S and HP-S series Plasma TVs, and all TX-S series SlimFit TVs have a built-in ATSC [FAQs]

  • What Is xvYCC?

    xvYCC (Extended-gamut YCC) is a new color space (color range) standard for televisions, computer monitors, digital camcorders and cameras, etc. xvYCC supports up to 1.8 times more colors than the current standard. Starting in 2007 a few Samsung LCD, DLP, and Plasma TVs are capable of [FAQs]

  • The Back Panel Of My TV Gave Me A Shock.

    If your TV gave you a shock, you may have a serious problem. Turn off and unplug your TV immediately, and then call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-Samsung (1-800-726-7864) to arrange for a service technician to examine your TV. Have the model number and serial number of your TV on hand when you [FAQs]

  • My TV Is Connected Using The Component Connections And The Color Is Not Correct.

    If you have your TV connected to an output device (source) using the Component connections and the color is not correct, follow these steps: Turn on your TV, and then turn on the Menu or change the TV to a different source (for example, from Component to Cable or HDMI). If the Menu colors [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Are HDCP Compliant?

    HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) are protocols used to protect the HD content being sent to your TV. If you are using an HDMI connection (and in other cases a DVI to HDMI connection) both devices are required to support the HDCP protocols. All 2005 through current model lineup [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]

  • 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]

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