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Samsung's Dual Core's processing speeds allow you to perform multiple tasks at the same time, such as using an app while downloading another one. It also enables faster web browsing while playing apps or TV programs that you've recently opened through the Recent History feature.
Whether you’re watching in 2D or 3D, Samsung Full HD 1080p displays picture quality that’s crisp, clear, and breathtakingly life-like. It’s as close as you can get to the real thing. Put on the 3D glasses to immerse yourself in the picture — Samsung only uses Active shutter technology, which provides the experience of 3D in Full HD 1080p (when coupled with a 3D source such as a Samsung 3D Blu-ray player or a Full HD broadcast from satellite or cable providers). You can also convert 2D viewing to 3D, so you can watch sports, TV shows, and all your favorite programming in immersive 3D.
Color of the stand and casing that frames a television's screen.
Ability for television to pivot on its stand for optimal viewing from any angle.
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.
Connection that allows streaming audio, video, and other computer data across wireless networks.
Easily access content and Apps through this intuitive Smart Hub menu system.
Stream movies and TV shows, Update your Facebook, and use Apps right on the screen.
Feature that wirelessly syncs a PC and other digital devices to a TV for full screen playability.
Screen technology that brightens colors, enhances contrast, and reduces reflection for optimal TV viewing.
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.
Technology that enables a user to access camcorder videos and music libraries directly on a TV screen.
Technology that allows one remote to control all digital devices in a home theater/entertainment system.
Technology that automates the best resolution setting possible for viewing Blu-Ray DVD products.
Mode in which a user can play video games on your television.
Function that automatically powers down television to save energy if no signal is present.
High Definition MultiMedia Interface.
Universal Serial Bus. Interface standard for connecting peripherals to a computer. USB 2.0 is high-speed.
Connection linking TV to Local Area Networks (LAN) for up-to-the-minute RSS feeds like news and weather.
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.
Ports used to receive encrypted, high-quality digital audio signals from media players and other devices.
Ports used to transmit digital audio streams between components without interference.
Stereo port for media players, cameras, and other devices to run audio into or out of the 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.).
Approval by Energy Star, a government program, ensures TV is eco-friendly and energy efficient.
*Check your local cable operator. A cable box may be required for watching channels other than local broadcasts.
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