Samsung UN40D6500VF Product specifications

LED-TV
Chassis: U63A
Model : UN40D6400UF
UN46D6400UF
UN55D6400UF
UN40D6420UF
UN46D6420UF
UN55D6420UF
UN32D6500VF
UN40D6500VF
UN46D6500VF
UN55D6500VF
UN46D6900WF
UN55D6900WF
UN40D6450UF
UN46D6450UF
UN55D6450UF
SERVICE
TFT-LCD TV
Manual
Contents
1. Precautions
2. Product specifications
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
4. Troubleshooting
5. Wiring Diagram
UN**D6****F
Contents
1. Precautions............................................................................................................... 1-1
1-1. Safety Precautions.......................................................................................................... 1-1
1-2. Servicing Precautions...................................................................................................... 1-2
1-3. Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions................................................... 1-2
1-4. Installation Precautions................................................................................................... 1-3
2. Product specifications............................................................................................. 2-1
2-1. Specifications Information............................................................................................... 2-1
2-2. Detail Factory Option....................................................................................................... 2-7
2-3. New Functions Explanation........................................................................................... 2-10
2-4. Accessories................................................................................................................... 2-24
3. Disassembly and Reassembly................................................................................ 3-1
3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly........................................................................................ 3-1
4. Troubleshooting....................................................................................................... 4-1
4-1. Troubleshooting............................................................................................................... 4-1
4-2. Fuction........................................................................................................................... 4-27
4-3. Factory Mode Adjustments............................................................................................ 4-28
4-4. Factory Data.................................................................................................................. 4-29
4-5. White Balance............................................................................................................... 4-38
4-6. Software Upgrade.......................................................................................................... 4-40
4-7. RS-232C........................................................................................................................ 4-41
4-8. AV control code.............................................................................................................. 4-42
4-9. Rear Cover Dimension.................................................................................................. 4-47
4-10. Compare 55 inch with Others...................................................................................... 4-48
5. Wiring Diagram......................................................................................................... 5-1
5-1. Wiring Diagram................................................................................................................ 5-1
5-2. Connector........................................................................................................................ 5-3
5-3. Connector Functions....................................................................................................... 5-5
5-4. Cables............................................................................................................................. 5-5
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3. Disassembly and Reassemble
3. Disassembly and Reassembly
This section of the service manual describes the disassembly and reassembly procedures for the LED TV.
WARNING: This LED TV contains electrostatically sensitive devices. Use caution when handling these components.
3-1. Disassembly and Reassembly
Cautions:1. Disconnect the LED TV from the power source before disassembly.
2. Follow these directions carefully; never use metal instruments to pry apart the cabinet.
Description
1
Picture Description
Screws
Place TV face down on cushioned table.
Remove screws from the Stand.
Remove stand.
6001-002621
SCREW-MACHINE
(M4, L8-BLK)
2
Remove the screws of Rear-Cover.
6001-002671
SCREW-MACHINE
(M3, L6-BLK)
3
Lift up and remove the rear-cover.
* Caution : B
ecareful when you lift up
the rear-cover, It’s really
sharp.
3-1
3. Disassembly and Reassemble
Description
4
Picture Description
Screws
Remove the screws of Main Board.
6001-002653
SCREW-MACHINE
(M3, L6-WHT)
* Notice : New type of LVDS connection.
applied to 11 year model.
(Double locking)
1.Up the first locking
2.Push the second locking
and detach connection.
Remove the screws of IP Board.
Remove the IP Board.
6001-002653
SCREW-MACHINE
(M3, L6-WHT)
5
Remove the Cover-Bottom.
6
Remove the screws of Stand-Link BLKT,
and remove Stand-Link BLKT.
6001-002653
SCREW-MACHINE
(M3, L6-WHT)
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3. Disassembly and Reassemble
Description
7
Remove the Speakers. (R/L)
8
Remove the screws of T-con.
Picture Description
Screws
6001-002653
SCREW-MACHINE
(M3, L6-WHT)
Unlock the locking of T-con cable.
9
Panel.
Front
※※Reassembly procedures are in the reverse order of disassembly procedures.
3-3
1. Precautions
1. Precautions
1-1. Safety Precautions
Follow these safety, servicing and ESD precautions to prevent damage and to protect against potential hazards such as
electrical shock.
1-1-1. Warnings
1. For continued safety, do not attempt to modify the circuit board.
2. Disconnect the AC power and DC power jack before servicing.
1-1-2. Servicing the LED TV
1. When servicing the LED TV, Disconnect the AC line cord from the AC outlet.
2. It is essential that service technicians have an accurate voltage meter available at all times.
Check the calibration of this meter periodically.
1-1-3. Fire and Shock Hazard
Before returning the LED TV to the user, perform the following safety checks:
1. Inspect each lead dress to make certain that the leads are not pinched or that hardware is not lodged between the
chassis and other metal parts in the LED TV.
2. Inspect all protective devices such as nonmetallic control knobs, insulating materials, cabinet backs, adjustment and
compartment covers or shields, isolation resistorcapacitor networks, mechanical insulators, etc.
3. Leakage Current Hot Check (Figure 1-1):
WARNING : Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.
Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies with American National Standards Institute (ANSI
C101.1, Leakage Current for Appliances), and Underwriters Laboratories (UL Publication UL1410, 59.7).
(READING SHOULD)
NOT BE ABOVE 0.5mA
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
TEST ALL
EXPOSED METAL
SURFACES
2-WIRE CORD
*ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED)
EARTH
GROUND
Figure 1-1. Leakage Current Test Circuit
4. With the unit completely reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC outlet. With the unit’s AC switch
first in the ON position and then OFF, measure the current between a known earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit,
etc.) and all exposed metal parts, including: metal cabinets, screwheads and control shafts.
The current measured should not exceed 0.5 milliamp.
Reverse the power-plug prongs in the AC outlet and repeat the test.
1-1-4. Product Safety Notices
Some electrical and mechanical parts have special safetyrelated characteristics which are often not evident from visual
inspection. The protection they give may not be obtained by replacing them with components rated for higher voltage,
on schematics and parts lists. A substitute
wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety characteristics are identified by
replacement that does not have the same safety characteristics as the recommended replacement part might create
shock, fire and/or other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and new instructions are issued whenever
appropriate.
1-1
1. Precautions
1-2. Servicing Precautions
WARNING: An electrolytic capacitor installed with the wrong polarity might explode.
Caution:
Before servicing units covered by this service manual, read and follow the Safety Precautions section of
this manual.
Note:
If unforeseen circumstances create conflict between the following servicing precautions and any of the
safety precautions, always follow the safety precautions.
1-2-1 General Servicing Precautions
1. Always unplug the unit’s AC power cord from the AC power source and disconnect the DC Power Jack before
attempting to:
(a) remove or reinstall any component or assembly, (b) disconnect PCB plugs or connectors, (c) connect a test
component in parallel with an electrolytic capacitor.
2. Some components are raised above the printed circuit board for safety. An insulation tube or tape is sometimes
used. The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact with thermally hot components. Reinstall all such
elements to their original position.
3. After servicing, always check that the screws, components and wiring have been correctly reinstalled. Make sure that
the area around the serviced part has not been damaged.
4. Check the insulation between the blades of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (examples: metal panels,
input terminals and earphone jacks).
5. Insulation Checking Procedure: Disconnect the power cord from the AC source and turn the power switch ON.
Connect an insulation resistance meter (500 V) to theblades of the AC plug.
The insulation resistance between each blade of the AC plug and accessible conductive parts (see above) should be
greater than 1 megohm.
6. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to the instrument chassis ground before connecting the positive lead;
always remove the instrument’s ground lead last.
1-3. Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD) Precautions
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be easily damaged by static electricity. Such components are commonly
called Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD are integrated circuits and some field-effect
transistors. The following techniques will reduce the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
1. Immediately before handling any semiconductor components or assemblies, drain the electrostatic charge from your
body by touching a known earth ground. Alternatively, wear a discharging wrist-strap device. To avoid a shock hazard,
be sure to remove the wrist strap before applying power to the LED TV.
2. After removing an ESD-equipped assembly, place it on a conductive surface such as aluminum foil to prevent
accumulation of an electrostatic charge.
3. Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
4. Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or desolder ESDs.
5. Use only an anti-static solder removal device. Some solder removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ESDs.
6. Do not remove a replacement ESD from its protective package until you are ready to install it. Most replacement ESDs
are packaged with leads that are electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil or other conductive
materials.
7. Immediately before removing the protective material from the leads of a replacement ESD, touch the protective
material to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be installed.
Caution: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit and observe all other safety precautions.
8. Minimize body motions when handling unpackaged replacement ESDs. Motions such as brushing clothes together,
or lifting your foot from a carpeted floor can generate enough static electricity to damage an ESD.
1-2
1. Precautions
1-4. Installation Precautions
1. For safety reasons, more than a people are required for carrying the product.
2. Keep the power cord away from any heat emitting devices, as a melted covering may cause fire or electric shock.
3. Do not place the product in areas with poor ventilation such as a bookshelf or closet. The increased internal
temperature may cause fire.
4. Bend the external antenna cable when connecting it to the product. This is a measure to protect it from being exposed
to moisture. Otherwise, it may cause a fire or electric shock.
5. Make sure to turn the power off and unplug the power cord from the outlet before repositioning the product. Also check
the antenna cable or the external connectors if they are fully unplugged. Damage to the cord may cause fire or electric
shock.
6. Keep the antenna far away from any high-voltage cables and install it firmly. Contact with the highvoltage cable or the
antenna falling over may cause fire or electric shock.
7. When installing the product, leave enough space (0.4m) between the product and the wall for ventilation purposes.
A rise in temperature within the product may cause fire.
1-3
2. Product specifications
2. Product specifications
2-1. Specifications Information
2-1-1. Model Comparison
Model
Front view
UD6500VF
UD6400
UD6900
T_Blue/CB
Clear/Wine Red
Clear/CB
All
All
Detail view
All
Front Color
All
32"
Dimensions
WxDxH
(inches)
40"
46"
55"
32"
Weight
(lbs)
40"
46"
55"
Without Stnand
29.36
1.18
17.46
With Stand
29.36
9.45
19.83
Without Stnand
36.73
1.18
21.61
With Stand
36.73
10.04
Without Stnand
42.06
1.18
36.59
1.18
21.47
23.94
36.59
10.04
23.87
24.61
41.93
1.18
24.48
41.69
1.18
24.25
With Stand
42.06
10.83
26.91
41.93
10.83
26.88
41.69
10.83
26.77
Without Stnand
49.56
1.18
28.81
49.42
1.18
28.67
49.12
1.18
28.45
With Stand
49.56
10.83
31.16
49.42
10.83
31.83
49.12
10.83
31.71
Without Stnand
15.56
With Stand
21.52
Without Stnand
22.00
21.85
With Stand
29.28
27.40
Without Stnand
28.00
26.46
26.39
With Stand
36.82
35.80
35.74
Without Stnand
38.14
37.94
37.81
With Stand
47.40
48.26
48.13
Panel Type
All
Super Clear
Super Clear
Super Clear
Flash
All
2G
2G
2G
DDR
All
512 MB
512 MB
768 MB
Feature
All
3D / Internet@TV / DLNA
3D / Internet@TV / DLNA
3D / Internet@TV
DLNA / Full browsing
2-1
2. Product specifications
2-1-2. Feature & Specifications
Model
UN32D6500VF
Feature
ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 2-A/V, 3-USB2.0(Media Play), D-SUB , LAN, Wi-Fi
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega Contrast
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast , Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1, 2, 3, 4, Component 1, PC Mode and Sub picture is available only in TV mode(DTV/ATV))
ሪሪ Dolby Digital+, SRS theater, DVIX HD
Specifications
Item
Description
LCD Panel
32 inch FHD 120 Hz
Scanning Frequency
Horizontal : 120 kHz ~ 139.2 kHz (Automatic)
Vertical : 94 Hz ~ 122 Hz (Automatic)
Display Colors
1.07B
Maximum resolution
Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal
Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal
H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate
310 MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical
698.4(H) x 392.85 (V) (mm)
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
100 W (Under 0.1 W, Stand by)
TV System
Tuning
Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System
ATSC & Clear QAM
Sound
NTSC-M, Dolby Digital +
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec.
- MAX Internal speaker Out : Right/Left(3 W)
- Equalizer : 5 Band
- Output Frequency : RF : 20 Hz ~ 15.4 kHz
AV/Componet / HDMI : 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Note: Dolby Digital +, Game Mode, Film Mode, Energy Saving, Anynet+
2-2
2. Product specifications
Model
UN40D6500VF / UN40D64*0UF / UN40D6900WF
Feature
ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 2-A/V, 3-USB2.0(Media Play), D-SUB , LAN, Wi-Fi
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega Contrast
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast , Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1, 2, 3, 4, Component 1, PC Mode and Sub picture is available only in TV mode(DTV/ATV))
ሪሪ Dolby Digital+, SRS theater, DVIX HD
Specifications
Item
Description
LCD Panel
40 inch FHD 120Hz
Scanning Frequency
Horizontal : 120 kHz ~ 139.2 kHz (Automatic)
Vertical : 94 Hz ~ 122 Hz (Automatic)
Display Colors
1.07B
Maximum resolution
Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal
Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal
H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate
310 MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical
698.4(H) X 392.85(V) (mm)
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
140 W (Under 0.3 W, Stand by)
TV System
Tuning
Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System
ATSC & Clear QAM
Sound
NTSC-M, Dolby Digital +
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec.
- MAX Internal speaker Out : Right/Left(3 W)
- Equalizer : 5 Band
- Output Frequency : RF : 20 Hz ~ 15.4 kHz
AV/Componet / HDMI : 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Note: Dolby Digital +, Game Mode, Film Mode, Energy Saving, Anynet+
2-3
2. Product specifications
Model
UN46D6500VF / UN46D64*0UF / UN46D6900WF
Feature
ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 2-A/V, 3-USB2.0(Media Play), D-SUB , LAN, Wi-Fi
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega Contrast
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast , Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1, 2, 3, 4, Component 1, PC Mode and Sub picture is available only in TV mode(DTV/ATV))
ሪሪ Dolby Digital+, SRS theater, DVIX HD
ሪሪ Full Browsing
For LED 6900 series
Specifications
Item
Description
LCD Panel
46 inch FHD 120Hz
Scanning Frequency
Horizontal : 120 kHz ~ 139.2 kHz (Automatic)
Vertical : 94 Hz ~ 122 Hz (Automatic)
Display Colors
1.07B
Maximum resolution
Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal
Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal
H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate
310 MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical
819.36(H) X 460.89(V) (mm)
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
150 W (Under 0.3 W, Stand by)
TV System
Tuning
Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System
ATSC & Clear QAM
Sound
NTSC-M, Dolby Digital +
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec.
- MAX Internal speaker Out : Right/Left(3 W)
- Equalizer : 5 Band
- Output Frequency : RF : 20 Hz ~ 15.4 kHz
AV/Componet / HDMI : 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Note: Dolby Digital +, Game Mode, Film Mode, Energy Saving, Anynet+
2-4
2. Product specifications
Model
UN55D6500VF / UN55D64*0UF / UN55D6900WF
Feature
ሪሪ Digital-TV, RF, 4-HDMI, 1-Component, 2-A/V, 3-USB2.0(Media Play), D-SUB , LAN, Wi-Fi
ሪሪ Contrast Ratio : Mega Contrast
ሪሪ Dynamic contrast , Super-PVA
ሪሪ PIP(in HDMI 1, 2, 3, 4, Component 1, PC Mode and Sub picture is available only in TV mode(DTV/ATV))
ሪሪ Dolby Digital+, SRS theater, DVIX HD
ሪሪ Full Browsing
For LED 6900 series
Specifications
Item
Description
LCD Panel
55 inch FHD 120Hz
Scanning Frequency
Horizontal : 120 kHz ~ 139.2 kHz (Automatic)
Vertical : 94 Hz ~ 122 Hz (Automatic)
Display Colors
1.07B
Maximum resolution
Horizontal : 1920 Pixels
Vertical : 1080 Pixels
Input Signal
Analog 0.7 Vp-p ± 5% positive at 75Ω , internally terminated
Input Sync Signal
H/V Separate, TTL, P. or N.
Maximum Pixel Clock rate
310 MHz
Active Display
Horizontal/Vertical
885.6(H) X 498.15(V) (mm)
AC power voltage & Frequency AC 110V ~ 220V, 60 Hz
Power Consumption
150 W (Under 0.1 W, Stand by)
TV System
Tuning
Frequency Synthesize (Refer to detailed Frequency Table)
System
ATSC & Clear QAM
Sound
NTSC-M, Dolby Digital +
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature : 50˚F ~ 104˚F (10˚C ~ 40˚C)
Operating Humidity : 10% ~ 80%, non-condensing
Storage temperature : -13˚F ~ 113˚F (-25˚C ~ 45˚C)
Storage Humidity : 5% ~ 95%, non-condensing
Audio spec.
- MAX Internal speaker Out : Right/Left(3 W)
- Equalizer : 5 Band
- Output Frequency : RF : 20 Hz ~ 15.4 kHz
AV/Componet / HDMI : 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
Note: Dolby Digital +, Game Mode, Film Mode, Energy Saving, Anynet+
2-5
2. Product specifications
2-1-3. Spec Comparison to the Old Models
Model
UD6500
UC6000
LED TV 2D
LED TV 2D
O
O
Resolution
1920 x 1080
1920 x 1080
LCD Panel
TFT LCD Panel 120Hz
TFT LCD Panel 120Hz
16:9
16:9
Mega contrast
70000:1
DNIe
DNIe
5 Band
5 Band
O
O
Surround Sound
Dolby Digital plus
Dolby Digital plus
Speaker Output
10W + 10W
10W + 10W
O
O
DTV 1 (Cable/Air)
DTV 1 (Cable/Air)
Design
Diplay Type
Built-in Tuner
Picture ratio
Contrast Ratio
Picture Enhancer
Equalizer
Auto Volume Control
PIP
Antena
2-6
2. Product specifications
2-2. Detail Factory Option
※※ If you replace the main board with new one, please change the factory option as well.
The options you must change are "Type" and "Front Color".
2-1-1. UD6400
Model Name
UN40D6400UF
UN46D6400UF
UN55D6400UF
Vendor
CMI
CMI
AML
CODE
BN07-00997A
BN07-00998A
BN95-00451A
SPEC
LD400CSC-C1
LD460CSC-C1
LTJ550HJ06-V
Vendor
DONGYANG
DONGYANG
HANSOL
CODE
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
SPEC
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
Chassis Ass'y
BN91-06484A
BN91-06484B
BN91-06484C
PBA Ass'y code
BN94-04359A
BN94-04359B
BN94-04359C
Panel
SMPS
Main Assy
1
Factory Reset
-
-
-
2
Type
40P1UF6E
46P1UF6E
55A1UF6E
3
Local set
US
US
US
4
Model
D6400
D6400
D6400
5
Tuner
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
6
DDR
-
-
-
7
Light Effect
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
Ch Table
NONE
NONE
NONE
9
Country
-
-
-
10
Front Color
U-T-CL-M
U-T-CL-M
U-T-CL-M
2-7
2. Product specifications
2-1-2. UD6420
Model Name
UN40D6420UF
UN46D6420UF
UN55D6420UF
Vendor
CMI
CMI
AML
CODE
BN07-00997A
BN07-00998A
BN95-00451A
SPEC
LD400CSC-C1
LD460CSC-C1
LTJ550HJ06-V
Vendor
DONGYANG
DONGYANG
HANSOL
CODE
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
SPEC
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
Chassis Ass'y
BN91-06484G
BN91-06484H
BN91-06484J
PBA Ass'y code
BN94-04359G
BN94-04359H
BN94-04359J
Panel
SMPS
Main Assy
1
Factory Reset
-
-
-
2
Type
40P1UF6E
46P1UF6E
55A1UF6E
3
Local set
US
US
US
4
Model
D6420
D6420
D6420
5
Tuner
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
6
DDR
-
-
-
7
Light Effect
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
Ch Table
NONE
NONE
NONE
9
Country
-
-
-
10
Front Color
U-T-BL-M
U-T-BL-M
U-T-BL-M
UN40D6450UF
UN46D6450UF
UN55D6450UF
Vendor
CMI
CMI
AML
CODE
BN07-00997A
BN07-00998A
BN95-00451A
SPEC
LD400CSC-C1
LD460CSC-C1
LTJ550HJ06-V
Vendor
DONGYANG
DONGYANG
HANSOL
CODE
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
SPEC
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
Chassis Ass'y
BN91-06484D
BN91-06484E
BN91-06484F
PBA Ass'y code
BN94-04359D
BN94-04359E
BN94-04359F
2-1-3. UD6450
Model Name
Panel
SMPS
Main Assy
2-8
1
Factory Reset
-
-
-
2
Type
40P1UF6E
46P1UF6E
55A1UF6E
3
Local set
US
US
US
4
Model
D6450
D6450
D6450
5
Tuner
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
6
DDR
-
-
-
7
Light Effect
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
Ch Table
NONE
NONE
NONE
9
Country
-
-
-
10
Front Color
U-T-BK-M
U-T-BK-M
U-T-BK-M
2. Product specifications
2-2-4. UD6500
Model Name
UN32D6500VF
UN40D6500VF
UN46D6500VF
UN55D6500VF
Vendor
CMI
CMI
CMI
AML
CODE
BN07-00996A
BN07-00997A
BN07-00998A
BN95-00451A
SPEC
LD320CSC-C1
LD400CSC-C1
LD460CSC-C1
LTJ550HJ06-V
Vendor
SEC
DONGYANG
DONGYANG
HANSOL
CODE
BN44-00458A
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
SPEC
BN44-00458A
BN44-00427B
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
Chassis Ass'y
BN91-06483D
BN91-06483C
BN91-06483A
BN91-06483B
PBA Ass'y code
BN94-04357D
BN94-04357C
BN94-04357A
BN94-04357B
Panel
SMPS
Main Assy
1
Factory Reset
-
-
-
-
2
Type
32D1UF3E
40P1UF6E
46P1UF6E
55A1UF6E
3
Local set
US
US
US
US
4
Model
D6500
D6500
D6500
D6500
5
Tuner
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
6
DDR
-
-
-
-
7
Light Effect
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
8
Ch Table
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
9
Country
-
-
-
-
10
Front Color
U-T-BL-M
U-T-BL-M
U-T-BL-M
U-T-BL-M
2-2-5. UD6900
Model Name
UN46D6900WF
UN55D6900WF
Vendor
CMI
AML
CODE
BN07-00998A
BN95-00451A
SPEC
LD460CSC-C1
LTJ550HJ06-V
Vendor
DONGYANG
HANSOL
CODE
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
SPEC
BN44-00427B
BN44-00428B
Chassis Ass'y
BN91-06907A
BN91-06907B
PBA Ass'y code
BN94-04629A
BN94-04629B
Panel
SMPS
Main Assy
1
Factory Reset
-
-
2
Type
46P1UF6E
55A1UF6E
3
Local set
US
US
4
Model
D6900
D6900
5
Tuner
SEC_Si2173
SEC_Si2173
6
DDR
-
-
7
Light Effect
OFF
OFF
8
Ch Table
NONE
NONE
9
Country
-
-
10
Front Color
U-T-CL-M
U-T-CL-M
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2. Product specifications
2-3. New Functions Explanation
2-3-1. Auto Motion Plus 120Hz
„„ Function Naming
- 120Hz FRC + MJC : Auto Motion Plus 120Hz
„„ Detail specifications
Function (OSD)
120Hz FRC
Judder reduction (only 24p source)
Blur reduction
Off
Off
(repeat)
Off
Off
Clear
ON
(interpolation)
Off
High
Standard
ON
(interpolation)
Medium
Medium
Smooth
ON
(interpolation)
High
High
Custom
Level variable
(0~10)
Demo
Demo
(Standard/off)
„„ 120Hz Motion Enhancement
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2. Product specifications
2-3-2. Media Play
„„ Media Play
01. Functions that are not supported when connecting to a PC through a network:
- Sorting files by preference in the Photos, Music, and Videos folders.
- The � (REW) or μ (FF) button while a movie is playing.
- Divx DRM, Multi-audio, embedded captions are not supported.
02. When you use Media Play mode through a network connection, depending on the functions of the
provided server
- The sorting method may vary.
- The scene search function may not be supported.
- The Play Continuously function, which resumes playing of a video, may not be supported.
- The Play Continuously function does not support multiple users. (It will have only memorized the point where the most recent user
stopped playing.)
- The ◄ or ► buttons may not work depending on the content information.
– If you experience any file stuttering issue while playing a video over a wireless network, we recommend using a wired network."
● Supported Subtitle Formats
Name
File extension
Format
MPEG-4 time-based text
.ttxt
XML
SAMI
.smi
HTML
SubRip
.srt
string-based
SubViewer
.sub
string-based
Micro DVD
.sub or .txt
string-based
● Supported Video Formats
File
Extention
*.avi
*.mkv
*.asf
Container
AVI
MKV
ASF
*.wmv
ASF
*.mp4
MP4
*.3gp
3GPP
*.vro
VRO
VOB
*.mpg
*.mpeg
*.ts
*.tp
*.trp
PS
TS
Video Codec
Resolution
Frame rate
(fps)
Bit rate
(Mbps)
Divx 3.11/4.x/5.1/6.0
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
XviD
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
H.264 BP/MP/HP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
MPEG4 SP/ASP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
Motion JPEG
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
Divx 3.11/4.x/5.1/6.0
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
XviD
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
H.264 BP/MP/HP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
MPEG4 SP/ASP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
Motion JPEG
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
Window Media Video v9
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
H.264 BP/MP/HP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
MPEG4 SP/ASP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
XVID
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
H.264 BP/MP/HP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
MPEG4 SP/ASP
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
8
MPEG2
1920 x 1080
24/25/30
30
MPEG1
352 x 288
24/25/30
30
MPEG1
352 x 288
24/25/30
30
MPEG2
1920 x 1080
24/25/30
30
H.264
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
MPEG2
1920 x 1080
24/25/30
30
H.264
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
VC1
1920 x 1080
6 ~ 30
25
Audio Codec
MP3/AC3
/LPCM
/ADPCM
/DTS Core
MP3/AC3
/LPCM
/ADPCM
/WMA
WMA
MP3/ADPCM /AAC
ADPCM / AAC
AC3/MPEG
/LPCM
AC3/MPEG
/LPCM/AAC
AC3/AAC
/MP3/DD+
/HE-AAC
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2. Product specifications
03. Other Restrictions
N NOTE
• If there are problems with the contents of a codec, the codec will not be supported.
• If the information for a Container is incorrect and the file is in error, the Container will not be able to play correctly.
• S
ound or video may not work if the contents have a standard bit rate/frame rate above the compatible Frame/sec listed in the
table above.
Video Decoder
• Supports up to H.264, Level 4.1
• Supports up to WMA 7, 8, 9, STD, 9 PRO
• H.264 FMO / ASO / RS, VC1 SP / MP / AP L4 and
AVCHD are not supported.
• WMA 9 PRO is not supported the 2 channel excess multi
channel or the lossless audio
• XVID, MPEG4 SP, ASP:
– Below 1280 x 720: 60 frame max
– Above 1280 x 720: 30 frame max
• WMA sampling rate 22050Hz mono is not supported.
ReadlAudio 10 lossless is not supported
• GMC is not support.
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Audio Decoder
2. Product specifications
2-3-3. AllShare
„„ About AllShare™
AllShare™ connects your TV and compatible Samsung mobile phones/ devices through a network. On your TV,
you can view call arrivals and SMS messages, and received by your mobile phones. In addition, you can play media
contents including videos, photos, and music saved on your mobile phones or the other devices (such as your PC)
by controlling them on the TV via the network. Additionally, you can use your TV for browsing web pages on your
mobile phones.
N For more information, visit “www.samsung.com” or contact the Samsung call center. Mobile devices may need
additional software installation. For details, refer to each device’s user’s guide.
„„ Setting Up AllShare™
O MENU → Network → AllShare Settings → ENTERE
01. AllShare Settings
Media (On / Off) : Enables or disables the media function. When the media
function is on, you can control Media contents play using mobile phones or other
devices that support DLNA DMC.
Message (On / Off) : Enables or disables the message function. (for call arrivals,
and SMS messages received by your mobile phones)
02. Media / Message
Shows a list of mobile phones or connected devices which have been set up to use the Media or Message function
with this TV.
N The Media function is available in all devices which support DLNA DMC.
• Allowed / Denied : Allows/Blocks the devices.
• Delete : Deletes the devices from the list.
NT
his function only deletes the name of the device from the list. If the deleted device is turned on or tries to connect to the
TV, it may appear on the list again.
03. Using the Message Function
You can view call arrivals and SMS messages received by your mobile mobile phone, through the alarm window,
while watching TV.
N NOTE
• To disable the alarm window, set Message to Off in the AllShare Settings.
• Whether OK is selected or not selected after a message has appeared once, the message will be deleted from
the alarm window.
• When a message from an unknown mobile phone is displayed, select the mobile phone in the Message menu in
AllShare Settings, and then select Denied to block the phone.
Message View
If a new SMS message arrives while you are watching TV, the alarm window appears. If you select OK, the
contents of the message are displayed.
NY
ou can configure the viewing settings for SMS messages on your mobile phones. For the procedures, refer to the mobile
phone manual.
N Some types of characters may be displayed as blank or broken characters.
Call Arrival Alarm
If a call arrives while you are watching TV, the alarm window appears.
Schedule Alarm
You can view scheduled events in the alarm window while you are watching TV.
NY
ou can configure viewing settings for scheduled contents on your mobile phones. For the procedures, refer to the mobile
phone manual.
N Some special characters may be displayed as blank or broken characters.
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2. Product specifications
04. Using the Media Function
An alarm window appears informing you that media contents (videos, photos, music) sent from a mobile phone will
be displayed on your TV. The contents are played automatically 3 seconds after the alarm window appears. If you
press the RETURN or EXIT button when the alarm window appears, the media contents are not played.
N NOTE
• The first time a device accesses your TV through the media function, a warning popup window appears.
Press the ENTERE button to select Allow. This permits the phone to access the TV freely and use the Media
function to play content.
• To turn off media contents transmissions from a mobile phone, set Media to Off in the AllShare Settings.
• Contents may not play on your TV depending on their resolution and format.
• The ENTERE and l r buttons may not work depending on the type of media content.
• Using the mobile device, you can control the media play. For details, refer to each mobile’s user’s guide.
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2. Product specifications
„„ AllShare™ setup and checklists
Problem
Possible Solution
Deleted mobile phone list showing up
again.
• [Menu > Application > Content View > AllShare™ > Message]
Where need to block the added mobile phone or device again. Because deleted
device would be added again if that device turns on or attempt to approach.
Want to turn off the function of receiving
message from the mobile phone.
• One of the setup lists of AllShare™, you need to turn 'Message' list to 'Off'.
Want to turn off the function of receiving
Media from mobile phone or home
network devices on TV.
• One of the setup lists of AllShare™, you need to turn 'Media' list to 'Off'.
Want to add deleted mobile phone or
home network devices again.
• Power on the deleted mobile phone or home network devices.
Set up the network and activate the home network function, check the connection
at AllShare™.
Several same names of TV shows up on
mobile phone.
• At AllShare™ set up menu, change the name of the TV.
Messages/schedules/notifications from
unknown mobile phone show up on TV.
• [Menu > Application > Content View > AllShare™ > Message]
Where You can block the unknown mobile phone.
SMS message notification shows up in
small window.
• Besides watching TV, If some other function is activating, SMS message will show
up in small icon.
• You need to finish the function and exit to Watching TV mode in order to display
SMS message in large window.
Received SMS message is not showing
up on TV.
•
•
•
•
•
Contents that play on mobile phone
doesn’t play on TV.
• Contents formats play on TV is exactly same as Media Play format.
That means some contents may not play according to its resolution and format
Suddenly TV display is changed,
unwanted movie/picture/music is playing
• Before the device play, Block the device at AllShare™ media list.
Or press ‘return’ or ‘exit’ button of remote controller so that the device may not play.
The name of the TV is not appearing
while try to play media on mobile phone.
•
•
•
•
Movie is not playing or disconnected.
• High resolution of Movie may not play when Wi-Fi network is not in good condition.
Check if TV’s network setup is all right according to setup guide.
Check if mobile phone’s network (Wi-Fi) is activated.
Among the AllShare™ setup lists , check if the Message is ‘on’.
Check if the mobile phone number is showing up on AllShare™ message list.
Check if the TV’s showing up on mobile phone’s setup lists.
Check the network of TV.
Activate the network (Wi-Fi) of mobile phone and connect to home network .
Check if the setup list of media on AllShare™ is ‘on’.
Check if mobile phone is blocked on media list . If blocked, change it to permition.
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2. Product specifications
For LED 6900 series
2-3-4. Full Browser
„„ Concepts and Features
Full Browser ?
Using this App., you can contact the web site and contents just like web browser of PC.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
4
9
1 Favorite
- Show the list of sites that user frequently accessed.(text list or thumbnail)
- User can export and import favorites list using USB.
2 History
- Show and record the list of the sites that user had accessed.
3 Window list
- It can show the 6 windows to the max.
- User can select window list to see the windows that opened.
4 Zooming
- User can zoom in/out the windows.
5 Tab mode
- User can focus data that linked using 4 direction button on internet websites.
6 Pointer mode
- If User select yellow color key on Tab mode, Change to pointer mode.
-User can select and control data that can not be selected on Tab mode( ex. Volume button on Flash contents) using
pointer that control by 4 direct button.
7 Reading tools
-If user has a hard time reading because of small font size or advertisement, select the reading tool to display only text and image.
8 Clean site
- Users can access only to websites set as "Clean Site" for safety. (ex. children care)
This function can be set through the below path.
"Option" → "Setting" → Select "Clean site" When users try to first access, the password is "0000".
9 Private Browsing
- This function can be set throug the below path.
"Option" → "Setting" → Select "Private Browsing".
After setting this function, all accessing sites will be stored in the user's web history.
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2. Product specifications
2-3-5. OTN Over The Network
Over The Network : It is available that update to latest version by network.
1. Overview of OTN
2-17
2. Product specifications
2-3-6. 3D Display
„„ What is 3D Display?
• A system that display 3D images artificially
• How ?  Using binocular time delay
1 Left eye recognizes left image, right eye recognizes
right image.
2 Human eyes be far away each other 65mm
horizontally.
So each eye feels a little bit of time delay of left and
right information.
Human brain merges those images and can feel
three-dimensional.
Side by side ◄
„„ 3D OSD terms
3D Format : There are several 3D formats existing on how to merge Left and Right images.
Format
Input images
explanation
Input source
notes
Frame Packing
• Inserting Blink Active Space between Left and Right
images.
* Full resolution : 1920 x 1080 x 2
(Left and Right each) + Blink = 1920 x 2205
HDMI 1.4
1.HDMI 1.4 standard format
2.Automatically activating
(Not in the menu or UI)
3. BD format
Top & Bottom
• In 1 frame, Left image on the upper half, Right image
on the bottom half.
* Vertically half resolution
HDMI, USB,
DTV(VOD),
PC
3D Broadcasting Format
Side by Side
• In 1 frame, Left image on the left half, Right image on
the right half.
* Horizontally half resolution
HDMI, USB,
DTV(VOD),
PC
3D Broadcasting Format
Line by Line
• In 1 frame, every horizontal line, Left and Right
image in turn.
* Vertically half resolution
PC
1. MPEG encoding impossible
2. Only in PC
Vertical Stripe
• In 1 frame, every vertical line, Left and Right image
in turn.
* Horizontally half resolution
PC
1. MPEG encoding impossible
2. Only in PC
Checker Board
• In 1 frame, every pixel, Left and Right image in turn.
* Half resolution both vertically and horizontally
PC
1. MPEG encoding impossible
2. Only in PC
Frame
Sequential
• Left And Right image in turn in every frame.
PC
• Full resolution spatially but Half resolution timely.
2D → 3D
Extract Left and Right images artificially from normal 2D contents input and show it in 3D. (a function of TV)
3D → 2D
When watching 3D TV (input is 3D source) , if a viewer feels tired of watching 3D TV, a viewer can change the TV into 2D.
(In this case , TV only displays one of Left and Right images)
Depth
Only activating in ‘2D → 3D Mode’
Control the depth of 3D. 1~10 steps, Tiredness goes higher as depth goes higher.
L/R correction
Switch the position of Left and Right images so that correspond with 3D glasses.
3D Disable
(3D off)
‘3D off’ has below meanings according to present modes .
(1) In 2D → 3D Mode : coming back to 2D
(2) In 3D mode
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2. Product specifications
„„ 3D Supporting Formats
DTV
Internet
VOD
Comp.
A.PC
HDMI
USB_PC
USB
(Photo)
USB
(Video)
Top-Bottom
Over 720P
All Resolution
Over 720P
-
Over 720P
Over 720P
All Resolution
All Resolution
Side by Side
Line by line
Over 720P
All Resolution
Over 720P
-
Over 720P
Over 720P
All Resolution
All Resolution
-
-
-
-
PC Resolution
-
-
Vertical Stripe
-
-
-
-
PC Resolution
-
-
Frame Seq.
-
-
-
-
PC Resolution
-
-
-
PC Resolution
* 60Hz only
-
-
Checker BD
ATV/AV
-
-
-
MPO
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
All Resolution
-
SAVE(SS.TB)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
All Resolution
HDMI 1.4a
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M2TS(3D)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
All Resolution
All Resolution
2D  3D
N• : If the resolution is below 1920 x1080,PC Format(LL, VS, ChBD)and USB photo support only original size
• : The edge of the Side by Side and Top-Bottom images are processed by Black (only component)
•USB photo : If the resolution is below 1920x1080, L/R images must be placed in the center of the screen
„„ 3D Format Test
3D Format : There are several 3D formats existing on how to merge Left and Right images.
Format
Input images
Test Method
Frame Packing
(HDMI 1.4)
• Able to test only by HDMI 1.4 BD Player or MSPG-4600MT(Master Device)
Top & Bottom
• Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Side by Side
• Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Line by Line
• Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Vertical Stripe
• Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Checker Board
• Using Format_test.bmp
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, left eye sees only ‘L’ letter, right eye sees only ‘R’ letter (close your eyes one by one)
Frame
Sequential
• Using Frame Seq.avi
- Check in the PC(HDMI) source. PC resolution and format resolution must be same
- Wearing 3D glass, you only see one of the numbers(1 or 2) when closing one of the eye.
2D → 3D
• Check in the normal 2D source. Check not in the test pattern but in the actual video.
* Left/Right black region will grow more and more as the depth goes higher.
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2. Product specifications
„„ Other 3D patterns
Checker Board
Frame Sequential
Line by Line
(Horizontal Stripe)
Side by Side
Top & Bottom
Vertical Stripe
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2. Product specifications
For LED 6900 series
2-3-7. QWERTY Remote
„„ Specifications
Model Name
RMC-QTD1
Battery
AAA x 4
To extend the battery life, use of alkaline battery is recommended.
Demension
(W x D x H)
2.4 x 1.0 x 6.0 inches
(60.9 x 29.36 x 152.2 mm)
Weight
0.295 lbs (134g)
Front Image
Rear Image
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QWERTY Remote (RMC-QTD1)
2. Product specifications
Remote
Side View
„„ Key
description
Remote Side View
Displays and selects the available video
sources.
POWER
SOURCE
ON/OFF
Turns the remote control light on or
off. When on, the buttons become
illuminated for a moment when pressed.
(Using the remote control with this button
set to On will reduce the battery usage
time.)
Turns the TV on and off.
Gives direct access to channels.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
PRE-CH
Press to select additional digital channels
being broadcast by the same station. For
example, to select channel ‘54-3’, press
‘54’, then press ‘-’ and ‘3’.
MUTE
MUTE: Cuts off the sound temporarily.
CH LIST: Displays channel lists on the
screen.
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Returns to the previous channel.
CH
VOL
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LIST
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MENU
SMART
HUB
Link to various application services.
SEARCH
m
Support to recommendation search
word and search function.
Displays information on the TV screen.
Quickly select frequently used functions.
Selects the on-screen menu items and
changes the values seen on the menu.
E
Returns to the previous menu.
Exits the menu.
Buttons used in the Channel and
SMART HUB menu, etc.
B
C
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TV
D
X E-MANUAL
SOCIAL TV: Connect to Social TV
application.
HOTAPPS: Runs BBY.
X: Turns the 3D image on or off.
E-MANUAL: Displays the e-Manual.
P.SIZE: Lets you select the Picture Size.
CC: Displays digital subtitles.
P.SIZE
Use these buttons in SMART HUB and
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) modes.
CC
l
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Displays the characters the user typed in.
When the user presses ENTERE, all characters
on the screen are removed.
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press any button on the
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work
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thesymbol
QWERTY
side on
is up,
vice
versa.
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printed
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lower
right
side of each button. QWERTY side.
NOTE
Inserting
Batteries
Batteries
yInserting
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side doesn’t work when the QWERTY side is up, and vice versa.
NOTE
Inserting Batteries
y1The remote side doesn’t work when the QWERTY side is up,2
and vice versa.
✎
✎
✎
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1
2
1
2
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y Push the button right.
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y4Push the button right.
y Slide out the battery cover.
3
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4
3
4
y Pull the battery tray out.
y Insert 4 AAA batteries in the tray, insert the battery tray
into the QWERTY Remote and put the cover back on.
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y Insert 4 AAA batteries in the tray, insert the battery tray
Initial Pairing
into the QWERTY Remote and put the cover back on.
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thethe
battery
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4 AAA batteries
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insert
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Pairing
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user tray
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PAIRING
PRESS SYM+TAB”
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displayed
the
Initial Pairing
into
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QWERTY
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and
put
the
cover
back
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screen.
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the
user
inserts
QWERTY
Remote,
PAIRING PRESS SYM+TAB” will be displayed on the
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SYM
and
TAB batteries
buttons atinto
thethe
same
time more
than 2"NEED
seconds.
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screen.
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canuser
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paired
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batteries
into
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PAIRING PRESS SYM+TAB” will be displayed on the
2.
and
TAB with
buttons
theQWERTY
same
timeRemote.
more
than 2"NEED
seconds.
When turn on the TV, start the pairing process about 30 seconds later.
screen.
A TV can be paired with only one QWERTY Remote.
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Press SYM
and
TAB buttons at
the same time more than 2 seconds.
theon
pairing
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the TV,process
start theagain
pairing process about 30 seconds later.
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about 30remote.
seconds later.
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Remote
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paired before, press @ and ← on the QWERTY side more than 3 seconds.
To
the pairing
process
again
2. perform
Press MUTE,
0, MUTE and again
0 on the remote side of new QWERTY Remote facing the TV.
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OK"pairing
will be process
displayed on the LCD of QWERTY remote.
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the
buttons
in
4
seconds,
without
waiting
any
OSD and
displayed
on
TV.
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paired
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thethe
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sideTV.
more than 3 seconds.
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MUTE and
on the
remote
side of
new@QWERTY
facing the
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OK"
will
be
displayed
on
the
LCD
of
QWERTY
remote.
3. Follow the initial pairing process in 3 minutes.
Press the buttons in 4 seconds, without waiting any OSD displayed on the TV.
2. Press
0, MUTE
and 0doesn't
on the finish
remote
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QWERTYthe
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theagain.
TV.
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pairing
process
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3 minutes,
whole facing
process
3. Follow
the initial
pairing
process
in 3 minutes.
Press the buttons in 4 seconds, without waiting any OSD displayed on the TV.
If the initial pairing process doesn't finish in 3 minutes, perform the whole process again.
3. Follow the initial pairing process in 3 minutes.
✎
✎
✎
✎
✎
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✎ If the initial pairing process doesn't finish in 3 minutes,English
perform the whole process again.
English - 9
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Caution
English - 9
[UD6900-NA]BN68-03488A-02L03.indb
9
• OFN(Optical Finger Navigation) Sensor In full browser function, it can be used as the pointer.
•
If the user doesn't press any button during 30 seconds, the sensor will be off automatically.
[UD6900-NA]BN68-03488A-02L03.indb 9
• To wake up the sensor, press any button on the QWERTY side.
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2. Product specifications
2-4. Accessories
Product
2-24
Description
Code. No
Remote Control & Batteries
(AAA x 2)
AA59-00443A
Power Cord
3903-000598
Warranty Card /
Registration Card /
Safety Guide Manual
BP68-00263E
BN68-03330A
AA68-03242L
Cleaning Cloth
BN63-01798B
Holder-Wire stand
BN61-05491A
Holder-Ring (4ea)
BN61-07295A
AV Gender
BN39-01154H
Component Gender
BN39-01154W
Remark
Samsung Electronics
Service center
4. Troubleshooting
4. Troubleshooting
4-1. Troubleshooting
1. Check the various cable connections first.
• Check to see if there is a burnt or damaged cable.
• Check to see if there is a disconnected or loose cable connection.
• Check to see if the cables are connected according to the connection diagram.
2. Check the power input to the Main Board.
3. How to distinguish if the problem is caused by Main board or T-Con.
a. No Video : If the problem is No Video but BLU is on and Indication LED is blinking repeatedly and faster than nomal booting,
replace the T-Con board.
b. Distorted Picture : Check the inner patterns.
• For All mode
GenoaP
Napoli Pre
Napoli post
Piocture
Problem
OK
OK
OK
NG
Main board or Signal Source
NG
OK
OK
NG
Main board
NG
NG
NG
NG
Main or LVDS cable or T-con or Panel
• Only for HDMI mode (additional check)
HDMI
Picture
Problem
OK
NG
There is no problems after HDMI IC check HDMI source or HDMI jack.
NG
NG
There is no problems before HDMI IC check GenoaS pattern or LVDS cable or T-con.
• How to check inner pattern?
1. Factory mode(Mute  1  8  2  Power on when TV is in ‘Stand-by mode’)
2. Move to SVC menu.
3. Move to Test Pattern.
4. C
heck inner patterns.
(This model only support GenoaS, GenoaS FRC POST, HDMI)
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
4-1
4. Troubleshooting
„„ Simple flow chart of malfunction
Does the TV turn on?
Yes
No
Can you see anything
on the screen?
Yes
No
Can you see
OSD menu running on
the screen?
Yes
No
Check LVDS cable connected
to Main Board.
If necessary, replace the
Main Board
Check the Power Cord.
Can you see Digital
Channel broadcast ?
No
Yes
Replace the Main Board
Is standby LED on?
Yes
Is any sound of TV?
No
A5V appear at
4 of CN201?
No
Check 28p cable.
If necessary, replace the
SMPS board.
Yes
B13V appear at the
pin 11, 12, 13 of
CN201?
Yes
Please, contact Tech
support.
4-2
No
Change the Main Board.
No
Check dimming cable.
If necesary replace the
Main Board.
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-1. No Power
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- The LEDs on The front panel do not work when connecting The power cord.
-- The SMPS relay does not work when connecting The power cord.
-- The units appears to be dead.
The IP relay or the LEDs on the front panel does not work when connecting the power cord if the cables are
improperly connected or the Main Board or SMPS is not functioning. In this case, check the following:
-- Check the internal cable connection status inside the unit.
-- Check the fuses of each part.
-- Check the output voltage of SMPS.
-- Replace the Main Board.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is on?
No
Check a connetion power code.
Yes
Check the backlight on,
when 20p cable unconnected ?
No
Yes
Check ‘Stand-By 5V’ ?
- BD203 : A5V
No
Yes
Diagnostics
Check ‘Power input of Main Ass'y’ ?
- BD206 : B18VS
- BD207/208/209 : B13V
- BD201 : B5V
Change 20p cable.
Change Main Power Ass'y.
No
Yes
Check ‘Power IC output of Main Ass'y’ ?
L202 : B3.3V / L203 : B1.2V
L204 : B1.1V / L201 : B1.5V
IC203 : 3.3V / IC208 : 3.3V
No
Change the Main Ass'y.
No
Reconnect or Change.
the LVDS cable.
No
Change the T-con B’d.
Yes
Check Input power of ‘T-con b’d’ ?
- F11(T-CON) : B13V
Yes
Check Power of ‘T-con b’d’ ?
- L9(T-CON) : VCC12
- TP_VCC33 : VCC33
Yes
Please, Contact tech support.
Caution
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4-3
4. Troubleshooting
Location (Main)
A
B
Detail
A
4-4
B
4. Troubleshooting
Location (T-Con)
C
Detail
C
4-5
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-2. No Video (Analog PC signal)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the PC source
-- Check the Genoa-P
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’
or ‘DPMS mode’.
Yes
Check the PC source and check the
connection of D-SUB ?
No
Input the analog PC signal properly.
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Check the signal appear at input of
IC901 ?
PC_RED : BD401
PC_GREEN : BD402
PC_BLUE : BD403
PC_H_SYNK : R408
PC_V_SYNK : R409
No
Check CN401, PC cable.
Change the Main Ass'y.
No
Check IC1001 (GenoaS)
and IC2001 (Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
No
Please, contact Tech support.
Yes
2
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board (TX) ?
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Replace the LCD panel?
Caution
4-6
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4. Troubleshooting
B
Location (Main)
A
Detail
A
B
4-7
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 PC input (V-sink, H-sink, R/G/B)
2 LVDS output
4-8
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-3. No Video (HDMI - Digital Signal)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the HDMI source
-- Check the Valencia
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’.
Yes
Check the HDMI source and check the
connection of HDMI cable ?
No
Input the HDMI signal properly.
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Check the signal at Input of
Main board ?
HDMI1 Clk : Pin #31,#32 of IC601
DATA : Pin #33~#38 of IC601
HDMI2 Clk : Pin #21,#22 of IC601
DATA : Pin #23~#28 of IC601
HDMI3 Clk : Pin #11,#12 of IC601
DATA : Pin #13~#18 of IC601
HDMI4 Clk : Pin #2,#3 of IC601
DATA : Pin #4~#9 of IC601
Check CN601~4.
Check HDMI cable.
Change the Main Assy.
No
Yes
2
Check the signal at Output of
‘HDMI switch IC’ ?
HDMI RX_Clk : Pin#116~117 of IC601
RX_Data : Pin#110~115 of IC601
No
Check IC601(HDMI switch).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
2
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board ? (TX)
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
No
Check IC1001(GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Replace the T-con / LCD panel?
Caution
No
Please, Contact Tech support.
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4-9
4. Troubleshooting
Location (Main)
B
A
Detail
A
4-10
B
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 PC input (V-sink, H-sink, R/G/B)
2 LVDS output
4-11
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-4. No Video (Tuner_CVBS)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the Tuner CVBS source
-- Check the Genoa-P
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’.
Yes
Check the RF source and
check the connection of RF cable ?
No
Input the RF source properly.
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Check the Power of Tuner ?
Pin #4 of Tuner : B3.3V_Tuner
Pin #2 of Tuner : B1.8V_Tuner
No
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
2
Check the CVBS data out of IC901 ?
C941 : Tuner CVBS
No
Check Tuner and IC801(Arsenal).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
2
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board ? (TX)
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
No
Check IC1001(GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Replace the T-con / LCD panel?
Caution
4-12
No
Please, contact Tech support.
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4. Troubleshooting
B
Location (Main)
A
Detail
A
B
4-13
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 CVBS OUT (Grey Bar)
2 LVDS output
4-14
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-5. No Video (Tuner DTV)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the DTV source.
-- Check the Tuner, Check the Valencia.
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’.
Yes
Check the RF source and
check the connection of RF cable ?
No
Input the RF source properly.
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Check the ‘signal strength’ in Self
Diagnosis menu Strength is enough ?
No
Check the D-TV source.
Yes
2
Check the Power of Tuner ?
Pin #4 of Tuner : B3.3V_Tuner
Pin #2 of Tuner : B1.8V_Tuner
No
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
2
2
Check the CHIF output of IC801 ?
Pin #10 of Tuner : DIF+
Pin #11 of Tuner : DIFYes
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board ? (TX)
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
No
No
Check Tuner and IC801(Arsenal).
Change the Main Assy.
Check IC1001(GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Replace the T-con / LCD panel?
Caution
No
Please, contact Tech support.
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4-15
4. Troubleshooting
B
Location (Main)
A
Detail
A
4-16
B
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 LVDS output
2 CH_CLK, CH_VALID
4-17
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-6. No Video (Video CVBS 1, 2)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the Video CVBS source.
-- Check the Tuner, Check the Valencia.
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’.
Yes
Check the RF source and
check the connection of RF cable ?
No
Input the RF source properly.
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Check the CVBS signal
at Input of IC801(Arsenal) ?
AV1 R501 : AV1_CVBS
AV2 R505 : AV2_CVBS
Check CN502 or CN501.
Change the Main Assy.
No
Yes
2
Check the CVBS clk signal at output of
IC801 (Arsenal)?
R807 : ASN_CVBS_CLK
No
Check IC1001(GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
2
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board ? (TX)
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
No
Check IC1001(GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Replace the T-con / LCD panel?
Caution
4-18
No
Please, contact Tech support.
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4. Troubleshooting
Location (Main)
B
A
C
D
Detail
A
B
C
D
4-19
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 CVBS OUT (Grey Bar)
2 LVDS output
4-20
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-7. No Video (Component)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Audio is normal but no picture is displayed on the screen.
-- Check the Component source
-- Check the Valencia
-- This may happen when the LVDS cable connecting the Main Board and the Panel is
disconnected.
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Power indicator LED is off.
Lamp(Backlight) on, no video ?
No
Check a set in the ‘Stand-by mode’.
Yes
Check the component source and
check the connection of component
cables(Y,Pb,Pr) ?
Yes
Diagnostics
1
Does the component data appear at ?
Comp1 Y : R537
Pb : R544
Pr : R542
No
Input the component source properly.
No
Check CN501 or Compnent gender.
Change the Main Assy.
No
Check IC1001 (GenoaS) and
IC2001(Parma).
Change the Main Assy.
No
Please, contact Tech support.
Yes
2
Check the LVDS clk signal at output of
Main board.(TX)
TX2_CLK : LV_TX2_DN/DP
TX4_CLK : LV_TX4_DN/DP
Yes
Check the LVDS cable?
Check the T-con board?
Replace the LCD panel?
Caution
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4-21
4. Troubleshooting
B
Location (Main)
A
Detail
A
4-22
B
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 Compnent_Y (Gray scale) / Pb / Pr (Color bar)
2 LVDS output
4-23
4. Troubleshooting
4-1-8. No Sound (1.Speaker 2.Monitor_out, 3.Optical)
N Refer to the next page to check the location such a CN201 or IC201 SVC Manual mentioned.
Symptom
Major
checkpoints
-- Video is normal but there is no sound.
-- When the speaker connectors are disconnected or damaged.
-- When the sound processing part of the Main Board is not functioning.
-- Speaker defect..
SMPS BOARD
MAIN BOARD
T-CON
Check the source and check the
connection of sound cable
(Comp/PC/DVI to HDMI) ?
No
Input the sound source properly.
Yes
Check the signal at input of Main board?
AV1, COMP1 R : R541 / L : R539
PC, DVI R : L401 / L : L402
Diagnostics
Check CN501, CN402.
Change the Main Assy.
No
Yes
Check the DATA between the Audio IC’s ?
Pin #15 of IC301 : Mclk
1
Pin #20 of IC301 : LRclk
Pin #22,#23 of IC301 : I2C_DA/CL
Check IC301, IC303.
Change the Main Assy.
No
Yes
1. Check the Speaker sound data at ?
CN301
2
2. Check the Monitor out sound data
at ?
CN302
No
Check IC301, IC303.
Change the Main Assy.
3. Does the SODIF OUT sound data
appear at ?
CN303
Yes
Replace speaker ?
Caution
4-24
No
Please, Contact Tech support.
Make sure to disconnect the power before working on the IP board.
4. Troubleshooting
B
Location (Main)
A
C
Detail
A
B
C
4-25
4. Troubleshooting
„„ WAVEFORMS
1 MCLK / LRCLK / PCM_I2C_DATA
2 Speaker / Monitor OUT , SPDIF OUT
4-26
4. Troubleshooting
4-2. Fuction
4-2-1. Control the sensitivity of function key is available in Factory Mode
Option
Control
Sub Option
SVC
KEY SENSITIVITY
FUNCTION KEY
Expert
ADC/WB
Advanced
KEY SENSITIVITY
Default : 39
• 1~254, Not Used
• Raising this value, the sensitivity decreases.
• Not Used : Not use sensitivity, use Fuction default value.
FUNCTION KEY
Default : UNLOCK
• Set value to 'LOCK', Lock the function key.
4-27
4. Troubleshooting
4-3. Factory Mode Adjustments
4-3-1. Entering Factory Mode
To enter ‘Service Mode’ Press the remote -control keys in this sequence :
●● If you do not have Factory remote - control
Power OFF
MUTE
1
8
2
Power On
●● If you have Factory remote-control
INFO
Factory
If you don’t have Factory remote control, can’t control some menus. (Expert, Advanced menu)
Option
Contro
SVC
Expert
ADC/WB
Advanced
4-28
T-GASAKUC-xxxx
T-GENAUSS1-xxxx
EDID SUCCESS
CALIB : AV O COMP O PC O HMDI O
Option : xxxx xxxx xxx
DTP-SP-VAL-xxxx
RFS : "Genoa.S 0055"
2010-XX-XX
onboot :
GASFRC3D : XXXX
PARMA3D : XXXX
Type : XXXX
Model : UNXXD6XXX
MAC SUCCESS
LOCK X
DRM XX
Factory Data Ver : 88
DTP-AP-COMP-347
DTP-HIGH-0342-1
TLIB US3 1G 2008-11-18-01
DTP-BP-0350
Date of purchase : mm/dd/yyyy
4. Troubleshooting
4-4. Factory Data
Option
Factory Menu Name
Data
Factory Reset
-
Type
32D1UF3E/40P1UF6E/46
P1UF6E/55A1UF6E
Local set
US
Model
UD6400/UD6420/UD6450/
UD6500/UD6900
TUNER
SEC_Si2173
Range
Remark
Range
Remark
DDR
Light Effect
Off
Ch table
…
Country
USA
Front Color
U-T-CL-M/U-T-BL-M/U-TBK-M
Control
Factory Menu Name
Data
EDID
EDID ON/OFF
Off
EDID WRITE ALL
…
EDID WRITE HDMI
…
EDID WRITE PC
…
HDMI EDID Ver
…
HDMI EDID Port
…
Sub Option
Region
USA
PnP Language
ENG_US
RF Mute Time
0ms
RS-232 Jack
UART
Watchdog
OFF
WD COUNT
255
Dimm Type
EXT
LVDS FORMAT
VESA
Language_Arabic
US
Auto Power
31
TOOLS Support
OFF
LNA Support
OFF
CI Support
NETWORK Support
IPERF
4-29
4. Troubleshooting
Info Link Country
Info Link Server Type
TTX List
TTX Group
ND ADJ Support
24Px4 Support
Power Indicator Support
BD Wise Support
RF Remocon Support
Data Service Support
PVR Support
3D Support
Gemstar Support
WSS Support
ColorSpace Support
OTA Support
OTA Duration Test
Alternate Del
OTN
OTN Server Type
operating
OTN Test Server
OFF
OTN Support
ON
OTN Reset
-
OTN Duration
OFF
OTN Fail Test
OFF
Cable Modulation
QAM
PC Auto Ident
Enable
IIC BUS STOP
OFF
Visual Test
Diable
Emergency Log Copy
View Log
Select Log Type
IR KEY
Log View
Delete Log
Spread Spectrum
HD SSC ON/Off
OFF
LVDS SSC ON/OFF
ON
LVDS SSC Value
10
DDR SSC ON/Off
ON
DDR SSC Value
4
Napoli LVDS SSC On/Off
ON
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4. Troubleshooting
Napoli LVDS SSC MFR
0
Napoli LVDS SSC MRR
31
Napoli DDR SSC ON/OFF
ON
Napoli DDR SSC MFR
0
Napoli DDC SSC MRR
26
DDR Margin
PN
A CTRL_OFFSET_0_3
0
A CTRL_OFFSET_D
0
B CTRL_OFFSET_0_3
0
B CTRL_OFFSET_D
0
H.264 Margin
8
MPEGMargin
1000
TunerMargin
10
SST
Y0 TH
218
Y1 TH
150
Y2 TH
122
Y3 TH
105
Y4 TH
78
Y5 TH
62
Y6 TH
34
Y7 TH
113
Cb0 TH
127
Cb1 TH
51
Cb2 TH
152
Cb3 TH
79
Cb4 TH
177
Cb5 TH
103
Cb6 TH
204
Cb7 TH
128
Cr0 TH
127
Cr1 TH
139
Cr2 TH
54
Cr3 TH
66
Cr4 TH
189
Cr5 TH
201
Cr6 TH
116
Cr7 TH
128
S.DEV0
100
S.DEV1
80
OTP Lock
0x0000
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4. Troubleshooting
Checksum
EEPROM RESET
EER RESET
NVR All Clear
3D OPTIMIZE VALUE
FANET ON/OFF
OFF
KEY SENSITIVITY
39
LVDS OUTPUT
FKP Down
Function Key
OFF
WIFI Region
5
PDP Option
Hospitality Option
Shop Option
Shop Mode
OFF
Exhibition Mode
OFF
3D_Emiton
ON
3D_EmitShowMoe
OFF
3D_GLASS PULSE_S
5
3D_GLASS PULSE_H
3
3D CUBE
OFF
Asia Option
TTX
OFF
China HD
OFF
NT Conversion
OFF
Mono Last Memory
OFF
Unbalance
OFF
IF AGC
7
D AGC
0
PH BW
3
FQ BW
3
PH RATE
4
PD EN
1
SOUND
High Devi
OFF
Carrier Mute
ON
Volume Curve
Type1
Pilot Level High Thld
0x30h
Pilot Level Low Thld
0x10h
Chattering Cnt
5
FM Prescale
0x14h
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4. Troubleshooting
AM Prescale
0x1Ah
NICAM Prescale
0x14h
Amp Volume
0xCBh
Amp Scale
0x3Dh
AMP Speaker EQ
ON
AMP EQ CheckSum
0xBCC084
AMP PEQ Test
Ready
AMP PEQ Dump
SPDIF PCM Level
-9
DNSe-IP Test
Ready
DNSe-IP CheckSum
0x0000
Config Option
Num of ATV
1
Num of DTV
2
Num of AV
0
Num of SVIDEO
1
Num of COMP
4
Num of HDMI
1
Num of PC
0
Num of SCART
0
Num of DVI
0
Num of OPTICAL Link
1
Num of MEDIA
6
Num of PANEL KEY
2
Num of USB Port
0
MFT Offset
62.5
Select LCD/PDP
LCD
Num of DECODER
2
Num of TUNER
1
HDMI/DVI SEL
1
Indicator Led
ON
Wall Mount
OFF
HV Flip
ON
Num Of Display
2
DVI/HDMI SOUND
Auto
HDMI HOT PLUG
Disable
HOTPLUG SWITCHING
Boot
CLK TERMDURATION
300ms
HOT PLUG OFF HOLD TIME
1200ms
HDMI FLT CNT SIG
100ms
HDMI FLT CNT LOS
100ms
4-33
4. Troubleshooting
UNSTABLE BAN CNT
1250ms
HDMI Err Cnt
1
HDMI ROBIN
ON
HDMI Callback
ON
HDMI CTS Thld
0
HDMI CTS Cnt1
0
HDMI 3D Det
1
TMDS_EQ2_Boost
1
TMDS_EQ2_Gain
0
TMDS_PLL_Loop
3
TMDS_CPREG_BLEED
1
HDMI EQ
AUTO
HDMI EDID CTRL Type
Combine
DVI SET TIME
300ms
Type Of PANEL KEY
Vertical
LD CTRL SELECT
FULL_CTRL
PVR Record NUM
1
Backend Device
NAPOLI
ENCORDER
NXC1000
BPARD CONTROL
ON
All Share Support
ON
SCC
SCC Mode
Dynamic
SCC ON/OFF
Off
SCC Input Data
Hx
272
Hy
278
Lx
272
Ly
278
sSCC Const
sSCC Hx
545
sSCC Hy
571
sSCC Lx
544
sSCC Ly
572
pSCC Const
pSCC Hx
545
pSCC Hy
571
pSCC Lx
544
pSCC Ly
572
SCC Source Data
PBA
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4. Troubleshooting
SWAP
PBA
SVC
Factory Menu Name
Data
Range
Remark
Range
Remark
Test Pattern
LOGIC Pattern Sel
0
LOGIC Level Sel
255
LDAsic Pattern Sel
0
GenaoP Pattern Sel
0
GenoaS Pattern Sel
0
Napoli Pre Test Pattern
0
Napoli Post Test Pattern
0
Napoli FDISPLAY ON/OFF
OFF
Napoli PC Mode ON/OFF
OFF
HDMI WB Pattern
OFF
HDMI Pattern Sel
0
GenoaS FRC Post Test Pattern
0
GenoaS FRC FDISPLAY ON/OFF
OFF
GenoaS FRC PC Mode ON/OFF
OFF
Panel Auto Setting
Fail
PANEL DISPLAY TIME
0Hr
T-CON USB Download
Failure
T-CON CheckSum
CPLD USB Download
Failure
REMOCON PAIRING
X
TC905x7
MICOM UPGRADE
Off
Function UPGRADE
Failure
Temp Last
60
Temp Read
0
DCC Version
0x40519
DCC_CHK_SEL
0
DCC_Check_Local
0x0
DCC_Check_Total
0x0
IR_ON_OFF
ON
BT ADDRESS
0a5c00157085
SVC Reset
Expert
Factory Menu Name
Data
N/D ADJ
OFF
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4. Troubleshooting
Source
...
ADC/WB
Factory Menu Name
Data
ADC
AV Calibration
Success
Comp Calibraion
Success
PC Calibration
Success
HDMI Calibration
Success
ADC Target
1st_AV_Low
64
1st_AV_High
880
1st_AV_Delta
2
1st_COMP_Y_Low
64
1st_COMP_Cb_Low
512
1st_COMP_Cr_Low
512
1st_COMP_Y_High
940
1st_COMP_Cb_High
512
1st_COMP_Cr_High
512
1st_COMP_Delta
2
1st_PC_Low
16
1st_PC_High
1004
2nd_AV_Low
4
2nd_AV_High
940
2nd_PC_Low
4
2nd_PC_High
940
2nd_Delta
2
ADC Result
1st_Y_GH
250
1st_Y_GL
246
1st_Cb_BH
…
1st_Cb_BL
…
1st_Cr_RH
…
1st_Cr_RL
…
2nd_R_L
130
2nd_G_L
130
2nd_B_L
130
2nd_R_H
108
2nd_G_H
108
2nd_B_H
108
White Balance
Sub Brightness
4-36
128
Range
Remark
4. Troubleshooting
R-Offset
128
G-Offset
128
B-Offset
128
Sub Contrast
128
R-Gain
128
G-Gain
128
B-Gain
128
Movie R-Offset
128
Movie B-Offset
128
Movie R-Gain
128
Movie B-Gain
128
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4. Troubleshooting
4-5. White Balance
4-5-1. Calibration
ADC/WB
AV Calibration
Comp Calibration
PC Calibration
HDMI Calibration
4-5-2. Service Adjustment
You must perform Calibration in the Lattice Pattern before adjusting the White Balance.
„„ Color Calibration
Adjust spec.
1. Source : HDMI
2. Setting Mode : 1280 x 720@60Hz
3. Pattern : Pattern #24 (Chess Pattern)
( Chess Pattern )
4. Use Equipment : CA210 & Master MSPG925 Generator
- Use other equipment only after comparing the result with that of the Master equipment.
Input mode
Calibration
CVBS IN (Model_#1)
Perform in NTSC B&W Pattern #24
Lattice
Component IN (Model_#6)
Perform in 720p B&W Pattern #24
Lattice
PC Analog IN (Model_#21)
Perform in VESA XGA (1024x768) B&W Pattern #24
Lattice
Perform in 720p B&W Pattern #24
Lattice
HDMI IN
<Table 1>
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Pattern
4. Troubleshooting
„„ Method of Color Calibration (AV)
1) Apply the NTSC Lattice (N0. 3) pattern signal to the AV IN 1 port
2) Press the Source key to switch to "AV1" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the "ADC/WB" and "ADB" menu
5) Select the "AV Calibration" menu.
6) In "AV Calibration Off" status, press the " " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the "AV Calibration" status from Failure to Success.
„„ Method of Color Calibration (Component)
1) Apply the 720p Lattice (N0. 6) pattern signal to the Component IN 1 port
2) Press the Source key to switch to "component" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the "ADC/WB" and "ADB" menu
5) Select the "Comp Calibration" menu.
6) In "Comp Calibration Off" status, press the " " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the "Comp Calibration" status from Failure to Success.
„„ Method of Color Calibration (PC)
1) Apply the VESA XGA Lattice (N0. 21) pattern signal to the PC IN port
2) Press the Source key to switch to "PC" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the "ADC/WB" and "ADB" menu
5) Select the "PC Calibration" menu.
6) In "PC Calibration Off" status, press the " " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the "PC Calibration" status from Failure to Success.
„„ Method of Color Calibration (HDMI)
1) Apply the 720p Lattice (N0. 6) pattern signal to the HDMI1/DVI IN port
2) Press the Source key to switch to "HDMI1" mode
3) Enter Service mode
4) Select the "ADC/WB" and "ADB" menu
5) Select the "HDMI Calibration" menu.
6) In "HDMI Calibration Off" status, press the " " key to perform Calibration.
7) When Calibration is complete, it returns to the high-level menu.
8) You can see the change of the "HDMI Calibration" status from Failure to Success.
4-6-3. Adjustment
ADC/WB
White Balance
(low light)
(hight light)
Sub Bright
R offset
G offset
B offset
Sub Contrast
R gain
G gain
B gain
(W/B adjustment Condition refer next page)
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4. Troubleshooting
4-6. Software Upgrade
Software Upgrade can be performed by network connection or downloading the latest firmware from “www.
samsung.com” to a USB memory device.
„„ By USB
Insert a USB drive containing the firmware upgrade file,
downloaded from “www.samsung.com” into the TV.
Please be careful not to disconnect the power or remove
the USB drive until upgrades are complete. The TV will be
turned off and on automatically after completing the firmware
upgrade. When software is upgraded, video and audio
settings you have made will return to their default settings.
We advise you to to write down your settings so that you can
easily reset them after the upgrade.
* The displayed menu may differ depending on the model.
„„ By Online
Upgrades the software using the Internet.
● First, configure your network. For detailed procedures on using the Network Setting, refer to the ‘Setting the Network’
instructions.
● If The internet connection doesn’t operate properly, connection can be broken, please retry downloading.
If the problem still happens, download by USB and upgrade.
„„ Alternative Software (Backup)
If there is an issue with the new firmware and it is affecting operation, you can change the software to the
previous version.
● If Software was changed, existing Software is displayed.
● You can change current Software to Alternative Software by ‘Alternative Software’.
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4. Troubleshooting
4-7. RS-232C
1. To RS232C Control
Port : COM#(Serial)
Bit rate : 115200
Data Bit : 8 bit
Parity : None
Stop Bits : 1
Flow Control : None
2. Description of RS232C
Pin#
Name
1
CD
Full Name
Carrier Detect
2
RxD
Received Data
3
TxD
Transmitted Data
4
DTR
Data Terminal Ready
5
GND
Signal Ground
6
DSR
Data Set Ready
7
RTS
Request To Send
8
CTS
Clear To Send
9
RI
Ring Indicator
4-41
4. Troubleshooting
4-8. AV control code
Control Item
General
Power
Volume
Power
Value
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x00
On
0x02
Direct
0x01
0x00
(0~100)
Up
0x01
0x00
Down
0x02
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x02
Direct
Up
Down
Control Item
TV
TV
AV1
AV
Component
PC
HDMI
DVI
0x00
0x01
0x00
0x02
0x00
Cmd2
Cmd3
Value
0x00
0x00
0x00
0x01
0x00
0x03
0x00
Cmd1
0x0a
AV2
0x01
AV3
0x02
S-Video1
S-Video
0x00
0x04
Continuous
4-42
Cmd3
0x01
Ch.
Source List
Cmd2
Off
Mute
Input
Cmd1
0x02
0x00
S-Video2
0x01
S-Video3
0x02
Component1
0x03
0x00
Component2
0x01
Component3
0x02
PC1
0x04
0x00
PC2
0x01
PC3
0x02
HDMI1
0x05
0x00
HDMI2
0x01
HDMI3
0x02
HDMI4
0x03
DVI1
0x06
0x00
DVI2
0x01
DVI3
0x02
4. Troubleshooting
Control Item
PICTURE
Mode
Dynamic(Entertain)
Cmd1
Cmd2
Cmd3
Value
0x0b
0x00
0x00
0x00
Standard
0x01
Movie
0x02
Natural
0x03
CAL-NIGHT
0x04
CAL-DAY
0x05
BD Wise
0x06
BackLight
0x01
0x00
(0~20)
Contrast
0x02
0x00
(0~100)
Brightness
0x03
0x00
(0~100)
Sharpness
0x04
0x00
(0~100)
Color
0x05
0x00
(0~100)
Tint
G/R
0x06
0x00
(0~100)
Advanced
Settings
Black Tone
0x07
0x00
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
Dynamic Contrast
Off
0x01
0x00
Low
0x01
Medium
0x02
HIgh
Shadow Detail
-2 ~ 2
0x02
(-2~2)
Gamma
-3 ~ 3
0x03
(-3~3)
RGB Only Mode
Off
0x05
0x00
Color Space
Red
0x01
Green
0x02
Blue
0x03
Auto
0x06
0x00
Native
0x01
Custom
0x02
White Balance
R-Offset(LCD)
0x07
(0~50)
White Balance
G-Offset(LCD)
0x08
(0~50)
White Balance
B-Offset(LCD)
0x09
(0~50)
White Balance
R-Gain(LCD)
0x0a
(0~50)
White Balance
G-Gain(LCD)
0x0b
(0~50)
White Balance
B-Gain(LCD)
0x0c
(0~50)
White Balance
Reset(LCD)
0x0d
0x00
Flesh Tone
-15 ~ 15
0x0e
(-15~15)
Edge Enhancement
Off
0x0f
0x00
On
0x01
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4. Troubleshooting
xvYCC
Off
0x10
On
Motion Lighting
0x01
Off
0x11
On
LED Motion Plus
Picture
Option
Color Tone
Digital Noise Filter
MPEG Noise Filter
HDMI Black Level
Auto Motion Plus
Screen
Adjustment
4-44
Picture Size
0x00
0x01
Off
0x07
0x00
On(Normal)
0x01
Cinema
0x02
Ticker
0x03
Cool
0x0a
0x00
0x00
Normal
0x01
Warm1
0x02
Warm2
0x03
Off
0x02
0x00
Low
0x01
Medium
0x02
High
0x03
Auto
0x04
Auto
Visualization
0x05
Off
0x03
0x00
Low
0x01
Medium
0x02
High
0x03
Auto
0x04
Normal
0x04
Low
Film Mode
0x00
0x00
0x01
Off
0x05
0x00
Auto1
0x01
Auto2
0x02
Off
0x06
0x00
Clear
0x01
Standard
0x02
Smooth
0x03
Custom
0x04
Demo
0x05
16:9
0x0b
0x0a
0x01
0x00
Zoom1
0x01
Zoom2
0x02
Wide Fit
0x03
4:3
0x04
Screen Fit
0x05
Smart View I
0x06
4. Troubleshooting
Smart View II
Reset
Picture
Reset Picture
3D
3D Mode
Off
0x07
0x0b
0x0b
0x00
0x00
0x0b
0x0c
0x00
0x00
2D->3D
0x01
Side By Side
0x02
Top Bottom
0x03
Line By Line
0x04
Vertical Line
0x05
Checker BD
0x06
Frame
Sequence
0x07
Off
3D 2D
0x01
On
0x01
3D View Point
0x02
(-5~5)
Depth
0x03
(1~10)
Picture Correction
0x04
0x00
0x05
0x00
3D Auto View
Off
Message
Notice
0x01
On
0x02
Control Item
Sound
0x00
Cmd1
Cmd2
Cmd3
Value
0x0c
0x00
0x00
0x00
SRS TheaterSound(Genoa)
Standard
Sound Mode(X6)
Music
0x01
Movie
0x02
Clear Voice
0x03
Amplify
0x04
Equalizer
Balance
0x00
(0~20)
100hz
0x01
(0~20)
300hz
0x02
(0~20)
1khz
0x03
(0~20)
3khz
0x04
(0~20)
10khz
0x05
(0~20)
Reset
0x06
0x00
0x00
0x00
SRS TruSurround HD(Genoa)
Off
Virtual Surrond(X6)
On
SRS TruDialog(Genoa)
Off
Dialog Clarify(X6)
On
Preferred Language
English
0x01
0x02
0x01
0x03
0x00
0x00
0x01
0x04
0x00
0x00
Spanish
0x01
French
0x02
Korean
0x03
Japanese
0x04
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4. Troubleshooting
Multi-Track Sound
Auto Volume
Speaker Select
Mono
0x05
0x00
Stereo
0x01
SAP
0x02
Off
0x06
0x00
0x01
Night
0x02
TV Speaker
0x07
0x00
KEY
Main
0x08
0x00
0x00
0x01
Sound Reset
0x09
0x00
0x00
0x00
refer
to the
table
of
below
Key Generation
0x0d
4-46
0x00
0x01
Sub
Sound Reset
0x00
Normal
External Speaker
Sound Select
0x00
0x00
Key value
Value
Up
96 (0x60)
Down
97 (0x61)
Left
101 (0x65)
Right
98 (0x62)
Menu
26 (0x1A)
Internet
147 (0x93)
Enter(OK)
104 (0x68)
EXIT
45 (0x2D)
4. Troubleshooting
4-9. Rear Cover Dimension
Cover-Rear Area
Inch
A
B
C
D
E
F
32"
273.5
200
273.5
90.7
200
155.4
40"
367.1
200
367.1
133.4
200
218.1
46"
334.8
400
334.8
98.6
400
129.3
55"
430.1
400
430.1
187.3
400
142.4
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4. Troubleshooting
4-10. Compare 55 inch with Others
55 inch
Other Inch
Rear View
60Hz, 2CH LVDS
120Hz, 4CH LVDS
Main Board
2ch lvds signal (BN41-01683A)
4ch lvds signal
LVDS Connection
LVDS single locking type
LVDS double locking type
T-CON Board
T-con B'd has Napoli IC (BN96-16498A)
4-48
T-con B'd normal 120Hz
4. Troubleshooting
55 inch
Other Inch
LVDS Cable
60Hz 2ch FFC Cable (BN96-17116K)
120Hz 4ch FPCB Cable
4-49
Speaker
Speaker
Main Board
CN301
CN1201
CN1601
CN201
CN1504_WIF
T-CON
Speaker
IP Board
CM803
CNI802
5. Wiring Diagram
5. Wiring Diagram
5-1. Wiring Diagram
„„ For 32"_42"
Wi-Fi
Function
5-1
5-2
Speaker
Main Board
CN301
CN1201
CN1601
CN201
CN1504_WIF
T-CON
Speaker
IP Board
CM803
CNI802
5. Wiring Diagram
„„ For 46"_55"
Wi-Fi
Function
5. Wiring Diagram
5-2. Connector
For common
CN1405_FHD (to Panel)
CN602(to HDMI1)
1
N.C(HVS for LCD)
42
Ch1[0]-
1
HDMI1_RX2+
10
HDMI1_RXCLK+
2
LUT_SELECT1
43
GND
2
GND
11
GND
3
TCON_EEPROM_WP
44
GND
3
HDMI1_RX2-
12
HDMI1_RXCLK-
4
BLACK_INS_SYNC
45
GND
4
HDMI1_RX1+
13
HDMI_CEC
5
TCON_RESET
46
N.C.
5
GND
14
GND
6
NC
47
Panel_VCC
6
HDMI1_RX1-
15
HDMI1_DDC_SCL
7
NC
48
Panel_VCC
7
HDMI1_RX0+
16
HDMI1_DDC_SDA
8
SDA_I(for
49
Panel_VCC
8
GND
17
GND
9
WP(EEPROM)
50
Panel_VCC
9
HDMI1_RX0-
18
HDMI1_5V
10
LUT_SELECT0
51
Panel_VCC
11
3D_ENABLE
52
GND
12
SCL_I(for
53
Ch2[0]-
13
GND
54
Ch2[0]+
14
Ch3[4]+
55
Ch2[1]-
15
Ch3[4]-
56
Ch2[1]+
16
Ch3[3]+
57
Ch2[2]-
17
Ch3[3]-
58
Ch2[2]+
18
GND
59
GND
19
Ch3CLK+
60
Ch2CLK-
20
Ch3CLK-
61
Ch2CLK+
21
GND
62
GND
22
Ch3[2]+
63
Ch2[3]-
23
Ch3[2]-
64
Ch2[3]+
24
Ch3[1]+
65
Ch2[4]-
25
Ch3[1]-
66
Ch2[4]+
26
Ch3[0]+
67
GND
27
Ch3[0]-
68
Ch4[0]-
28
GND
69
Ch4[0]+
29
Ch1[4]+
70
Ch4[1]-
30
Ch1[4]-
71
Ch4[1]+
31
Ch1[3]+
72
Ch4[2]-
32
Ch1[3]-
73
Ch4[2]+
1
HDMI4_RX2+
10
HDMI4_RXCLK+
33
GND
74
GND
2
GND
11
GND
34
Ch1CLK+
75
Ch4CLK-
3
HDMI4_RX2-
12
HDMI4_RXCLK-
35
Ch1CLK-
76
Ch4CLK+
4
HDMI4_RX1+
13
HDMI_CEC
GND
14
GND
CN603(to HDMI2)
1
HDMI2_RX2+
10
HDMI2_RXCLK+
2
GND
11
GND
3
HDMI2_RX2-
12
HDMI2_RXCLK-
4
HDMI2_RX1+
13
HDMI_CEC
5
GND
14
GND
6
HDMI2_RX1-
15
HDMI2_DDC_SCL
7
HDMI2_RX0+
16
HDMI2_DDC_SDA
8
GND
17
GND
9
HDMI2_RX0-
18
HDMI2_5V
CN604(to HDMI3)
1
HDMI3_RX2+
10
HDMI3_RXCLK+
2
GND
11
GND
3
HDMI3_RX2-
12
HDMI3_RXCLK-
4
HDMI3_RX1+
13
HDMI_CEC
5
GND
14
GND
6
HDMI3_RX1-
15
HDMI3_DDC_SCL
7
HDMI3_RX0+
16
HDMI3_DDC_SDA
8
GND
17
GND
9
HDMI3_RX0-
18
HDMI3_5V
CN601(to HDMI4)
36
GND
77
GND
5
37
Ch1[2]+
78
Ch4[3]-
6
HDMI4_RX1-
15
HDMI4_DDC_SCL
38
Ch1[2]-
79
Ch4[3]+
7
HDMI4_RX0+
16
HDMI4_DDC_SDA
39
Ch1[1]+
80
Ch4[4]-
8
GND
17
GND
40
Ch1[1]-
81
Ch4[4]+
9
HDMI4_RX0-
18
HDMI4_5V
41
Ch1[0]+
82
GND
5-3
5. Wiring Diagram
CN402(to PC Sound)
CN201(to Power Board)
1
GND
4
PC_SL_IN
1
B5V_PW
11
B13V_PW
2
PC_SR_IN
5
NC
2
SW_POWER
12
B13V_PW
3
PC_SL_IN
3
B5V_PW
13
B13V_PW
4
A5V_PW
14
PWM_DIMMING
5
GND
15
GND
CN301(to Speaker)
1
R+
3
L+
2
R-
4
L-
CN303(to Optical Jack)
1
VCC
2
SPDIF_OUT
3
GND
CN1502(to Side USB1)
1
USB0_VCC_PW
3
USB_DP
2
USB0_DM
4
GND
1
USB2_VCC_PW
3
USB2_DP
2
USB2_DM
4
GND
CN1501(to Side USB2)
CN1505(to Side USB3)
1
USB3_VCC_PW
3
USB3_DP
2
USB3_DM
4
GND
CN802(to Monitor OUT)
1
GND
4
HP_ID
2
NC
5
GND
3
HP_SR
6
HP_SL
CN501(to Component1/AV1)
1
GND
6
GND
2
COMP1_Y
7
IDENT_COMP1
3
COMP1_PB
8
COMP_AV1_SL_IN
4
IDENT_COMP_AV1
9
COMP_AV1_SR_IN
5
COMP1_PR
CN401(to Function/IR)
1
IR
5
MSDA_A5V
2
GND
6
WAKE
3
A3.3V_PW
7
LED_STB
4
MSCL_A5V
8
NC
5-4
6
GND
16
PWM_DIMMING_
CPLD2
7
B18VS_PW
17
OVD_ON
8
GND
18
PWM_DIMMING_
CPLD3
9
B18VS_PW
19
OVD_LEVEL
10
SW_INVERTER
20
PWM_DIMMING_
CPLD4
5. Wiring Diagram
5-3. Connector Functions
Connector
Functions
CN201  CN802
Supply power from SMPS to Main Board.
CN1401  CN505
The LVDS signal transfered from Main Board to Panel.
5-4. Cables
For common
Use
Main-SMPS
Main-Tcon
Code
32" BN39-01267E (250mm)
40" BN39-01267N (225mm)
46" BN39-01267N (225mm)
55" BN39-01267E (250mm)
32" BN96-12723J
40" BN96-12723L
46" BN96-12723M
55" BN96-12723N
Photo
5-5