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  • How To Use Signal Pattern And Side Gray Options On Your Plasma TV (2008 / 2010 Models)

    Signal Pattern and Side Gray are options that may clear image retention and reduce burn in. To use these options, follow these steps: Note: Menu images may not match your screen but instructions are the same. Press the MENU button on your remote to display your menu. Press the ENTER [FAQs]

  • How To Use Film Mode (2008 / 2010 Models)

    Film Mode is used to smooth out frame transition while watching a video that is being processed using the 3:2 pulldown technology. Film mode is only available with a 480i signal. With your TV powered on press the MENU button to open the Main Menu The Picture section will be highlighted by [FAQs]

  • How To Use Film Mode (2008 -2010 Models)

    Film Mode is used to smooth out frame transition while watching a video that is being processed using the 3:2 pulldown technology. Film mode is only available with a 480i signal. With your TV powered on press the MENU button to open the Main Menu The Picture section will be highlighted by [FAQs]

  • How To Change The Aspect Ratio On Your Plasma TV (2008 - 2010 Models)

    Adjusting the aspect ratio can change how the picture is displayed on your TV. From stretching the picture to fit the screen, Zooming a picture to fit the screen, or removing overscan from the picture. There are three ways to change the aspect ratio on your television: Through the Tools Menu [FAQs]

  • How Do I Adjust The Bass On My Plasma TV (2008 - 2010 PNxxA - PNxxC Neo User Interface)

    Your Samsung TV has a built in equalizer you can use to adjust the different tonal ranges including the bass. Instructions for how-to use the equalizer are below: Press the MENU button on your Remote control to open the Main Menu. Use the Up (▲) or Down (▼) arrow to select the Sound [FAQs]

  • What Media Files Are Supported Through Media Play Or The USB Port? (2009 - 2010 Model TVs)

    What Media Play Functions Does My USB Port Support? There are two versions of Media Play available, Media Play and Media Play (Video). If your television has Media Play, you can use the USB port to view pictures or play music stored on a compatible USB device. If your television has Media Play [FAQs]

  • Feature: How To Use Signal Pattern And Side Gray Options On Your Plasma TV (2008 - 2010 PNxxA - PNxxC)

    A step by step guide to using the signal pattern and side gray option to reduce image retention on your Plasma [How-To Guide]

  • Feature: How To Use Film Mode (2008 -2010)

    This is a step-by-step guide about how to use the Film Mode feature. [How-To Guide]

  • Feature: How To Run a Self-Diagnosis On Your TV (2010 - 2012 Models)

    How To Run a Self-Diagnosis on your TV (2010 - 2012 Models) [How-To Guide]

  • Display: How To Change The Aspect Ratio On Your Plasma TV (2008 - 2010 PN**A ~ PN**C)

    Instruction for changing the aspect ratio on your 2008 ~ 2010 Plasma TV [How-To Guide]

  • Setup: How To Auto Program Your Plasma TV Channels From A Cable Signal (2008-2010)

    How To Auto Program Your Plasma TV Channels From A Cable Signal (2008-2010) [How-To Guide]

  • Can I Stream Media With Windows 7?

    Can I Stream Media With Windows 7? Yes, you can stream music, videos, and pictures to your television using your computer, or any DLNA compliant device on your home network. Any TV with the AllShare feature can stream media over your network. Note: The options below will only be effective if [FAQs]

  • Can I Put My TV In My Bathroom?

    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 [FAQs]

  • Can I Mount My Plasma TV Above A Fireplace?

    Can I Mount My Plasma TV Above A Fireplace? Samsung Plasma 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 Plasma TV over a working [FAQs]

  • Can I Lay My Plasma TV Down?

    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 [FAQs]

  • Are Samsung TVs Energy Star Compliant?

    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]

  • Are Plasma TVs Subject To Screen Burn In?

    Are Plasma TVs Subject To Screen Burn In? Yes, plasma TVs are subject to screen burn in. Example Of Burn In / Image Retention If you have a plasma TV, we recommend that you limit your viewing of stationary graphics and images, such as the dark side-bars on non-expanded standard [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Temperature?

    Are Plasma TVs Affected By Temperature? Samsung Plasma TVs have an operating temperature range of 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside the listed ranges will negatively affect the operation and lifespan of your TV. We do not advise installing your TVs where tempuratures [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Altitude?

    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]

  • After How Many Hours Of Viewing Should I Use The All-White Function?

    When Should I Use The All-White Function The number of hours of viewing does not determine when you should use the All-White function. Instead, you should use the All-White function only when there are actual after images on the screen of your TV or after you have displayed a still image on the [FAQs]

  • How Can I Get Support For My TV?

    There are a variety of ways to get support for your TV from Samsung. To access Email, Chat, and Phone support go the following website: httpwww.samsung.com/us/support/contact You can use Social media to get support for your device: Facebook Twitter Google+ If you have a Smart TV [FAQs]

  • Why Are There Internet Speed Requirements For Streaming Media?

    Streaming media is becoming commonplace in the household. It is much easier than waiting to download the whole movie before watching it, or digging through a pile of Blu-Rays to find the movie you want to watch. With streaming you just search for the media then hit play. There are some [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 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]

  • What Is CMR (Clear Motion Rate)?

    Clear Motion Rate (CMR) is a specification that was developed by Samsung to accurately measure how well a Samsung TV can depict fast-moving images and to help simplify comparing different Samsung TVs. CMR offers a more complete measure by calculating 3 factors: Frame refresh rate Image [FAQs]

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