Clear Motion Rate (CMR) is Samsung's more comprehensive and accurate measure for how well an LCD or LED TV can display fast-moving images. Previously, motion clarity was expressed simply by the refresh rate, measured in Hz. CMR, however, takes into account all three factors that contribute to motion clarity: panel refresh rate, image processor speed and backlight technology. CMR is measured by determining the thinnest line a TV can display in a moving image. The thinner the line, the higher the CMR rating, and the clearer the picture you'll enjoy on the screen.
Wide Color Enhancer Plus allows you to see picture color the way the director originally intended. Witness the entire RGB spectrum brought to life on your screen to bring you exceptionally vibrant, yet natural-looking images faithful to the director’s original intent.
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The diagonal length of a TV screen or monitor, as measured in inches from corner to corner.
Fixed number of horizontal scan lines on a TV. P (Progressive) means scan lines are drawn in sequence.
Clear Motion Rate (CMR) is a combination of advanced backlighting technology, significant improvements in panel response rates and ultra fast image processing.
Audio enhancement technology for TVs. SRS TruSurround XT provides 3D sound without extra speakers.
Sound power and signal emitted from a TV's speaker, as measured via Root Mean Square (RMS).
Mechanism in TV that outputs audio. Down firing enhances bass by directing low-end toward ground.
Technology that optimizes hues on a TV and expands the color range for a more vivid viewing experience.
Function that caps volume on loud advertisements so that they're more consistent with programming.
Mode in which a user can play video games on your television.
High Definition MultiMedia Interface.
Universal Serial Bus. Interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer. USB 2.0 is high-speed.
Analog video connection that transmits information along two or three separate signals.
Analog terminals that transmit audio and video information along a single signal.
Radio Frequency socket that accepts analog signals. Often used to connect lines for cable TV.
Width, height and depth of the television, with stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the television, without stand, as measured in inches (in.).
Width, height and depth of the television, with shipping container, as measured in inches (in.).
Weight of the television, without stand, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the television, with stand, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Weight of the television, with shipping container, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
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