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❑ License
Without producing harmful VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds), Samsung’s Eco-friendly “Crystal Design”
expresses colour gradation thanks to our dual injection technology.
TruSurround HD, SRS and
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. TruSurround HD technology is
incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.
❑ Precautions When Displaying a Still Image
A still image may cause permanent damage to the TV screen
● Do not display still image and partially still on the LED panel for more than 2 hours as it can cause screen image retention.
This image retention is also known as screen burn. To avoid such image retention, reduce the degree of brightness and
contrast of the screen when displaying a still image.
●
Watching the LED TV in 4:3 format for a long period of time may leave traces of borders displayed on the
left, right and centre of the screen caused by the difference of light emission on the screen. Playing a DVD or
a game console may cause a similar effect to the screen. Damages caused by the above effect are not
covered by the Warranty.
● Displaying still images from Video games and PC for longer than a certain period of time may produce partial after-images. To
prevent this effect, reduce the ‘brightness’ and ‘contrast’ when displaying still images.
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Contents
ANYNET+
SETTING UP YOUR TV
■ Viewing the Control Panel.................................................................. 2
■ Accessories........................................................................................ 3
■ Viewing the Connection Panel............................................................ 4
■ Viewing the Remote Control............................................................... 6
■ Installing Batteries in the Remote Control.......................................... 7
OPERATION
■ Viewing the menus............................................................................. 7
■ Plug & Play Feature............................................................................ 8
CHANNEL
■ Channel Menu.................................................................................... 9
■ Managing Channels ........................................................................ 10
PICTURE
■ Configuring the Picture Menu........................................................... 12
■ Viewing Picture-in-Picture................................................................ 15
■ Using Your TV as a Computer (PC) Display..................................... 16
■ Setting up the TV with your PC........................................................ 17
SOUND
■ Configuring the Sound Menu............................................................ 17
■ Selecting the Sound Mode............................................................... 18
■ Connecting Anynet+ Devices............................................................ 33
■ Setting Up Anynet+. ......................................................................... 34
■ Switching between Anynet+ Devices................................................ 34
■ Recording......................................................................................... 35
■ Listening through a Receiver (Home theatre)................................... 35
■ Troubleshooting for Anynet+. ........................................................... 36
RECOMMENDATIONS
■ Teletext Feature................................................................................ 37
■ Installing the Stand........................................................................... 38
■ Disconnecting the Stand................................................................... 39
■ Installing the Wall Mount Kit............................................................. 39
■ Assembling the Cables..................................................................... 40
■ Anti-Theft Kensington Lock.............................................................. 41
■ Preparing before installing Wall-Mount............................................. 41
■ Securing the TV to the Wall.............................................................. 42
■ Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel................... 43
■ Specifications................................................................................... 44
■ GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
■ END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
■ GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
■ END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
■ LICENSE ISSUES
SETUP
■ Configuring the Setup Menu............................................................. 19
■ Setting the Time................................................................................ 20
INPUT / SUPPORT
■ Input Menu........................................................................................ 21
■ Support Menu................................................................................... 22
MEDIA PLAY (USB)
■ Connecting a USB Device................................................................ 23
■ Media Play Function......................................................................... 24
■ Sorting the Photo List....................................................................... 25
■ Photo List Option Menu.................................................................... 26
■ Viewing a Photo or Slide Show........................................................ 27
■ Slide Show Option Menu.................................................................. 28
■ Sorting the Music List....................................................................... 29
■ Music List Option Menu.................................................................... 30
■ Playing a Music................................................................................ 31
■ Using the Setup Menu...................................................................... 32
■ Music Play Option Menu................................................................... 32
❑ Symbol
N
O
T
Note
One-Touch Button
TOOL Button
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SETTING UP YOUR TV
N Figures and illustrations in this User Manual are provided for reference only and may differ from actual product appearance.
Product design and specifications may be changed without notice in order to enhance product performance.
¦ Viewing the Control Panel
N The product colour and shape may vary depending on the model.
N The front panel buttons can be activated by touching them with your finger.
1
2
7
7
6
5
4
3
1 REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR: Aim the remote control towards this spot on the TV.
2 P (POWER): Press to turn the TV on and off.
3 z: Press to change channels. In the on-screen menu, use the z buttons as you would use the ▼ and ▲
buttons on the remote control.
4 y: Press to increase or decrease the volume.
In the on-screen menu, use the y buttons as you would use the ◄ and ► buttons on the remote control.
5 MENU: Press to see an on-screen menu of your TV’s features.
6 SOURCE E: Toggles between all the available input sources. In the on-screen menu, use this button as you would use the
ENTERE button on the remote control.
7 SPEAKERS
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¦ Accessories
Remote Control & Batteries (AAA x 2)
Cover-Bottom
Stand Screw (M4 X L10)
Cleaning Cloth
Holder-Wire Cable
(Depending on the model)
Holder-Ring (4ea)
Holder-Wire Stand
Holder-Wire (3ea)
● Owner’s Instructions
● Warranty card
● Safety Guide
● Registration Cards
N Please make sure the following items are included with your LED TV. If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
N Warranty card / Safety Guide / Registration Cards (Not available in all locations)
N The items colour and shape may vary depending on the model.
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¦ Viewing the Connection Panel
[TV Rear Panel]
8
7
6
5
1
Power Input
2
3
4
N The product colour and shape may vary depending on the model.
1 KENSINGTON LOCK (depending on the model)
– The Kensington Lock (optional) is a device used to physically fix the system when used in a public place. If you want to
use a locking device, contact the dealer where you purchased the TV.
N The location of the Kensington Lock may be different depending on its model.
2 ANT IN
– Connects to an antenna or cable TV system.
3 COMPONENT IN
– Connects Component video / audio.
N When connecting, use the appropriate connector.
AV IN [VIDEO] / [R-AUDIO-L]
– Video and audio inputs for external devices, such as a camcorder or VCR.
N When connecting, use the appropriate connector.
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4 PC IN / PC/DVI AUDIO IN
– Connect to the video and audio output jack on your PC.
N If your PC supports an HDMI connection, you can connect this to the HDMI IN 1 (DVI), 2, 3or 4 terminal.
N If your PC supports a DVI connection, you can connect this to the HDMI IN 1 (DVI) / PC/DVI AUDIO IN terminal.
5 HDMI IN 1 (DVI), 2, 3, 4
– Connects to the HDMI jack of a device with an HDMI output.
N No additional Audio connection is needed for an HDMI to HDMI connection.
N Use an HDMI cable which is smaller than 14mm.
N What is HDMI?
● HDMI(High-Definition Multimedia Interface), is an interface that enables the transmission of digital audio and video signals
using a single cable.
● The difference between HDMI and DVI is that the HDMI device is smaller in size and has the HDCP (High Bandwidth
Digital Copy Protection) coding feature installed.
N The TV may not output sound and pictures may be displayed with abnormal colour when DVD / Blu-ray player / Cable
Boxes / Satellite receivers supporting HDMI versions older than 1.3 are connected. When connecting an older HDMI cable
and there is no sound, connect the HDMI cable to the HDMI IN 1(DVI) jack and the audio cables to the PC/DVI AUDIO
IN jacks on the back of the TV. If this happens, contact the company that provided the DVD / Blu-ray player / Cable Box /
Satellite receiver (Set-Top Box) to confirm the HDMI version, then request an upgrade.
N Use the HDMI IN 1(DVI) jack for DVI connection to an external device. Use a DVI to HDMI cable or DVI-HDMI adapter
(DVI to HDMI) for video connection and the PC/DVI AUDIO IN jacks for audio. When using an HDMI / DVI cable
connection, you must use the HDMI IN 1(DVI) jack.
N HDMI cables that are not 1.3 may cause annoying flicker or no screen display.
6 USB1(HDD)
– Connector for software upgrades and Media Play, etc.
7 AUDIO OUT
– Connect RCA audio cables to AUDIO OUT on the rear of your set and the other ends to corresponding audio in
connectors on the Amplifier or DVD Home Theatre.
8 SERVICE
– Connector for service only.
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¦ Viewing the Remote Control
N You can use the remote control up to a distance of about 23 feet from the TV.
N The performance of the remote control may be affected by bright light.
N The product colour and shape may vary depending on the model.
1 POWER : Turns the TV on and
off.
^ MENU : Displays the main onscreen menu.
2 TV : Selects the TV mode
directly.
& FAV.CH : Used to display
Favourites Channel Lists on the
screen.
3 NUMERIC BUTTONS : Press to
change the channel.
4 E : Performs the same function
as the ENTERE button of
the directional buttons. When
switching channels with the
numeric buttons, and you press
the channel number and then the
ENTERE button, the channel is
immediately switched.
5 CH LIST : Displays the Channel
List on screen.
6 TOOLS : Use to quickly select
frequently used functions.
7 INFO : Press to display
information on the TV screen.
8 COLOUR BUTTONS : Use these
buttons in the Channel list,
Media Play menu, etc.
* RETURN : Returns to the
previous menu.
( UP▲ / DOWN▼ / LEFT◄ /
RIGHT► / ENTERE : Use to
select on-screen menu items and
change menu values.
) EXIT : Press to exit the menu.
a SOURCE : Press to display
and select the available video
sources.
*
(
7
e HDMI : Selects the HDMI mode
directly.
8
Teletext Functions
% PRE-CH : Enables you to return
to the previous channel you were
watching.
6
d MEDIA.P : Allows you to play
music files and pictures.
0 MUTE M : Press to temporarily
cut off the sound.
$ ON/OFF @ : Pressing the
ON/OFF @ light button toggles
between on and off. When the
remote control is on, and a button
is pressed on the remote control,
the remote control buttons will
be lit for a moment. (Using the
remote control with the ON/OFF
@ light button set to On will
reduce the battery usage time.)
5
%
^
&
4
c P.SIZE : Picture size selection
f SRS : Selects SRS TruSurround
HD mode.
# Use these buttons in the DMA,
Media Play and Anynet+ modes.
(∏: This remote can be used
to control recording on Samsung
recorders with the Anynet+
feature)
$
3
b > P < : Press to change
channels.
9 Y : Press to increase or
decrease the volume.
@ DUAL : Sound effect selection
1
2
2 : : Exit from the Teletext
display
5 8 : Teletext store
6 4 : Teletext size selection
)
a
9
0
!
@
b
c
d
e
f
#
7 5 : Teletext reveal
8 Fastext topic selection
! / : Alternately select
Teletext, Double, or Mix.
% 1 : Teletext sub page
^ 6 : Teletext index
* 9 : Teletext hold
) 7 : Teletext cancel
a 0 : Teletext mode selection
(LIST / FLOF)
b 2 : Teletext next page
3 : Teletext previous page
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¦ Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
1. Lift the cover at the back of the remote control upward as shown in the
figure.
2. Install two AAA size batteries.
N Make sure to match the ‘+’ and ‘–’ ends of the batteries with the
diagram inside the compartment.
3. Replace the cover.
N Remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place if you won’t
be using the remote control for a long time. (Assuming typical TV
usage, the batteries should last for about one year.)
OPERATION
¦ Viewing the menus
Before using the TV, follow the steps below to learn how to navigate the menu in order to select and adjust different functions.
MENU Button
Display the main on-screen menu.
RETURN Button
Return to the previous menu.
ENTERE / DIRECTION Buttons
Move the cursor and select an
item. Select the currently selected
item. Confirm the setting.
EXIT
Exit the on-screen menu.
❑ Operation the OSD (On Screen Display)
The access step may differ depending on the selected menu.
1. Press the MENU button.
Picture
2. The main menu appears on the screen. The menu’s left side has icons : Picture, Sound,
Channel, Setup, Input, Application, Support.
Mode
: Standard
Backlight
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Colour
Tint (G/R)
Advanced Settings
:7
: 95
: 45
: 50
: 50
: G50/R50
Mode
: Standard
▶
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select one of the icons.
4. Then press the ENTERE button to access the icon’s sub-menu.
6. Press the ◄ or ► button to decrease or increase the value of a particular item. The
adjustment OSD may differ depending on the selected menu.
7. Press the ENTERE button to complete the configuration. Press the EXIT button to exit.
Picture
5. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the icon’s submenu.
Backlight
: 7
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Colour
Tint (G/R)
Advanced Settings
Picture Options
: 95
: 45
: 50
: 50
: G50/R50
▲
Backlight
▼
▶
7
U Move L Adjust E Enter R Return
Help icon
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¦ Placing Your Television in Standby Mode
Your set can be placed in standby mode in order to reduce the power consumption. The standby mode can be useful when you
wish to interrupt viewing temporarily (during a meal, for example).
1. Press the POWERP button on the remote control.
N The screen is turned off and a red standby indicator appears on your set.
2. To switch your set back on, simply press the POWERP button again.
N Do not leave your set in standby mode for long periods of time (when you are away on holiday, for example). It is best to
unplug the set from the mains and aerial.
¦ Plug & Play Feature
When the TV is initially powered on, basic settings proceed automatically and subsequently.
1. Press the POWERP button on the remote control.
N You can also use the POWERP button on the TV.
N The message Select the OSD Language. is displayed.
2. Press the ENTERE button. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the language, then press
the ENTERE button. The message Select ‘Home Use’ when installing this TV in your
home. is displayed.
Plug & Play
Select the OSD Language.
Menu Language
: English
™
3. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Store Demo or Home Use, then the ENTERE button.
E Enter
N We recommend setting the TV to Home Use mode for the best picture in your home
environment.
N Store Demo mode is only intended for use in retail environments.
N If the unit is accidentally set to Store Demo mode and you want to return to Home Use (Standard): Press the volume
button on the TV. When the volume OSD is displayed, press and hold the MENU button on the TV for 5 seconds.
4. Press the ENTERE button. Select the appropriate area by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button. Press the ENTERE button to
confirm your choice.
5. The channel search will start and end automatically.
N Press the ENTERE button at any time to interrupt the memorization process.
N After all the available channels are stored, the message Set current date and time is displayed.
6. Press the ENTERE button.
Select the Day, Month, Year, Hour or Minute by pressing the ◄ or ► button.
Set the Day, Month, Year, Hour or Minute by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button.
N You can also set the Day, Month, Year, Hour and Minute by pressing the number buttons on the remote control.
7. The connection method to provide the best quality HD is offered. After confirming the method, press the ENTERE button.
8. The message Enjoy your TV. is displayed. When you have finished, press the ENTERE button.
If you want to reset this feature...
2. Press the ENTERE button again to select Plug & Play.
3. Enter your 4 digit PIN number. The default PIN number of a new TV set is ‘0-0-0-0’.
N If you want to change PIN number, use the Change PIN function. (refer to page 19)
N The Plug & Play feature is only available in the TV mode.
Setup
1. Press the MENU button to display the menu. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Setup,
then press the ENTERE button.
Plug & Play
Language
Time
Game Mode
BD Wise
Child Lock
Change PIN
Light Effect
: English
▶
: Off
: Off
: On
: In Standby
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CHANNEL
¦ Channel Menu
❑ Area
Channel
You can change the area for channels.
❑ Auto Store
You can scan for the frequency ranges available to you (and availability depends on your
area). Automatically allocated programme numbers may not correspond to actual or desired
programme numbers.
N If a channel is locked using the Child Lock function, the PIN input window appears.
N Scans for all channels with active broadcast stations and stores them in the TV’s memory.
N If you want to stop Auto Store, press the ENTERE button.
The Stop Auto Store? message will be displayed.
Select Yes by pressing the ◄ or ► button, then press the ENTERE button.
Area
Auto Store
Manual Store
Channel List
Channel Mode
Fine Tune
: Asia/Europe
▶
: Added Ch.
❑ Manual Store
N Scans for a channel manually and stores it in the TV’s memory.
N If a channel is locked using the Child Lock function, the PIN input window appears.
● Programme (Programme number to be assigned to a channel): Sets the programme number using the ▲, ▼ or number (0~9)
buttons.
● Colour System → Auto / PAL / SECAM / NTSC4.43 / NTSC 3.58: Sets the colour system value using the ▲ or ▼ button.
● Sound System → BG / DK / I / M: Sets the sound system value using the ▲ or ▼ button.
● Channel (When you know the number of the channel to be stored): Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select C (Air channel) or S
(Cable channel). Press the ► button, then press the ▲, ▼ or number (0~9) buttons to select the required number.
N You can also select the channel number directly by pressing the number (0~9) buttons.
N If there is abnormal sound or no sound, reselect the sound standard required.
● Search (When you do not know the channel numbers): Press the ▲ or ▼ button to start the search. The tuner scans the
frequency range until the first channel or the channel that you selected is received on the screen.
● Store (When you store the channel and associated programme number): Set to OK by pressing the ENTERE button.
N Channel mode
• P (Programme mode): When completing tuning, the broadcasting stations in your area have been assigned to position
numbers from P00 to P99. You can select a channel by entering the position number in this mode.
• C (Air channel mode): You can select a channel by entering the assigned number to each air broadcasting station in this
mode.
• S (Cable channel mode): You can select a channel by entering the assigned number for each cable channel in this mode.
❑ Channel List
For detailed procedures on using the Channel List, refer to the ‘Managing Channels’ instructions. (refer to pages 10~11)
O You can select these options by simply pressing the CH LIST button on the remote control.
❑ Channel Mode
When press the P >/< button, Channels will be switched within the selected channel list.
■
Added Ch.
Channels will be switched within the memorized channel list.
■
Favourite Ch.
Channels will be switched within the favourite channel list.
❑ Fine Tune
If the reception is clear, you do not have to fine tune the channel, as this is done automatically during the search and store
operation. If the signal is weak or distorted, you may have to fine tune the channel manually.
N Fine tuned channels that have been saved are marked with an asterisk “*” on the right-hand side of the channel number in the
channel banner.
N To reset the fine-tuning, select Reset by pressing the ▲ or ▼ button and then press the ENTERE button.
N Only TV channels can be fine tuned.
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¦ Managing Channels
■
Added Channels
Using this menu, you can add / delete or set favourites channels.
All Channels
Shows all currently available channels.
1
2
C -C --
3 C -4
5 *
6
7
8
9
10
C -C -C -C -C -C -C --
■
Added Channels
Shows all added channels.
■
Favourites
Shows all favourite channels.
O To select the favourites channels you have set up, press the FAV.CH button on the remote control.
■
Programmed
Shows all current reserved programmes.
N Select a channel in the All Channels, Added Channels or Favourites screen by pressing the ▲ / ▼ buttons, and pressing
the ENTERE button. Then you can watch the selected channel.
N Using the Colour buttons with the Channel List
• Green (Zoom): Enlarges or shrinks a channel number.
• Yellow (Select): Selects multiple channel lists.
N You can perform the add/delete or add to favourites/delete from favourites function for multiple channels at the same
time.
N Select the required channels and press the Yellow button to set all the selected channels at the same time.
N The c mark appears to the left of the selected channels.
• TOOLS (Tools): Displays the Delete (or Add), Add to Favourite (or Delete from Favourite), Lock (or Unlock), Timer
Viewing, Edit Channel Name, Sort, Select All (or Deselect All), Auto Store menu. (The Options menus may differ
depending on the situation.)
N Channel Status Display Icons
Zoom Select T Tools
c
A channel selected by pressing the yellow button.
*
A channel set as a Favourite.
(
A programme currently being broadcast.
\
A locked channel.
)
A reserved programme
Channel List Option Menu (in All Channels / Added Channels / Favourites)
■
Add / Delete
You can delete or add a channel to display the channels you want.
N All deleted channels will be shown on All Channels menu.
N A gray-coloured channel indicates the channel has been deleted.
N The Add menu only appears for deleted channels.
N You can also delete a channel to the Added Channels or Favourites menu in the same
manner.
All Channels
N Press the TOOLS button to use the option menu.
N Option menu items may differ depending on the channel status.
Zoom 1
2
C -C --
3 C -- Delete
4
5 *
6
7
8
9
10
C -C -C -C -C -C -C --
Add to Favourite
Lock
Timer Viewing
Edit Channel Name
Sort
›
Select T Tools
■
Add to Favourite / Delete from Favourite
You can set channels you watch frequently as favourites.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the add to (or delete from) Favourite by selecting Tools
→ Add to Favourite (or Delete from Favourite).
N The * symbol will be displayed and the channel will be set as a favourite.
N All favourite channels will be shown on Favourites menu.
■
Lock / Unlock
You can lock a channel so that the channel cannot be selected and viewed.
N This function is available only when the Child Lock is set to On. (see page 19)
N The PIN number input screen appears. Enter your 4 digit PIN number.
N The default PIN number of a new TV set is “0-0-0-0”. You can change the PIN, by selecting Change PIN from the menu.
N The \ symbol will be displayed and the channel will be locked.
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■
Timer Viewing
If you reserve a programme you want to watch, the channel is automatically switched to the reserved channel in the Channel List;
even when you are watching another channel. To reserve a programme, set the current time first. (see page 20)
N Only memorized channels can be reserved.
N You can set the channel, day, month, year, hour and minute directly by pressing the number buttons on the remote control.
N Reserving a programme will be shown in the Programmed menu.
■
Edit Channel Name
Channels can be labelled so that their call letters appear whenever the channel is selected.
■
Sort
This operation allows you to change the programme numbers of the stored channels. This operation may be necessary after using
the auto store.
■
Select All / Deselect All
● Select All: You can select all the channels in the channel list.
● Deselect All: You can deselect all the selected channels.
N You can only select Deselect All when there is a selected channel.
■
Auto Store
N For detailed procedures on setting up options, refer to page 9.
N If a channel is locked using the Child Lock function, the PIN input window appears.
Channel List Option Menu (in Programmed)
■
Change Info
Select to change a viewing reservation.
■
Cancel Schedules
Select to cancel a viewing reservation.
■
Information
Select to view a viewing reservation.
(You can also change the reservation information.)
■
Select All
Select all reserved programmes.
Programmed
You can view, modify or delete a reservation.
N Press the TOOLS button to use the option menu.
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Cancel Schedules
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PICTURE
¦ Configuring the Picture Menu
❑ Mode
■
Dynamic
Selects the picture for increased definition in a bright room.
■
Standard
Selects the picture for the optimum display in a normal environment.
■
Natural
Selects the picture for an optimum and eye-comfortable display.
N This function is not available in PC mode.
■
Movie
Selects the picture for viewing movies in a dark room.
❑ Backlight / Contrast / Brightness / Sharpness / Colour / Tint (G/R)
Your television has several setting options that allow you to control the picture quality.
Picture
You can select the type of picture which best corresponds to your viewing requirements.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the picture mode by
selecting Tools → Picture Mode.
▲
Backlight
▼
Mode
: Standard
Backlight
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Colour
Tint (G/R)
Advanced Settings
:7
: 95
: 45
: 50
: 50
: G50/R50
▶
7
■
Backlight
Adjusts the brightness of LED back light.
■
Contrast
Adjusts the contrast level of the picture.
■
Brightness
Adjusts the brightness level of the picture
■
Sharpness
Adjusts the edge definition of the picture.
■
Colour
Adjusts colour saturation of the picture.
■
Tint (G/R)
Adjusts the colour tint of the picture.
N In TV, AV modes of the PAL system, you cannot use the Tint (G/R) Function.
N When you make changes to Backlight, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Colour or Tint (G/R), the OSD will be adjusted
accordingly.
N In PC mode, you can only make changes to Backlight, Contrast and Brightness.
N Settings can be adjusted and stored for each external device you have connected to an input of the TV.
N The energy consumed during use can be significantly reduced if the brightness level of the picture is lowered, which will
reduce the overall running cost.
U Move L Adjust E Enter R Return
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❑ Advanced Settings
Samsung’s new TVs allow you to make even more precise picture settings than previous
models.
N Advanced Settings is available in Standard or Movie mode.
N In PC mode, you can only make changes to Dynamic Contrast, Gamma and White
Balance from among the Advanced Settings items.
■
Black Tone → Off / Dark / Darker / Darkest
You can select the black level on the screen to adjust the screen depth.
Advanced Settings
Black Tone
: Off
Dynamic Contrast
: Medium
Gamma
:0
Colour Space
: Native
▶
White Balance
Flesh Tone
Edge Enhancement
:0
: On
U Move E Enter R Return
■
Dynamic Contrast → Off / Low / Medium / High
You can adjust the screen contrast so that the optimal contrast is provided.
■
Gamma
You can adjust the primary colour (red, green, blue) Intensity.
■
Colour Space
Colour Space is a colour matrix composed of red, green and blue colours. Select your favourite colour space to experience the
most natural colour.
● Auto: Auto Colour Space automatically adjusts to the most natural colour tone based on programme sources.
● Native: Native Colour Space offers deep and rich colour tone.
● Custom: Adjusts the colour range to suit your preference.
N Changing the adjustment value will refresh the adjusted screen.
N Settings can be adjusted and stored for each external device you have connected to an input of the TV. For example, if
you have a DVD player connected to HDMI 1 and it is currently selected, settings and adjustments will be saved for the
DVD player.
• Colour: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan or Magenta
N Colour is available when Colour Space is set to Custom.
N In Colour, you can adjust the RGB values for the selected colour.
N To reset the adjusted RGB value, select Reset.
• Red: Adjusts the red saturation level of the selected colour.
• Green: Adjusts the green saturation level of the selected colour.
• Blue: Adjusts the blue saturation level of the selected colour.
• Reset: Resets the colour space to the default values.
■
White Balance
You can adjust the colour temperature for more natural picture colours.
● R-Offset: Adjusts the red colour darkness.
● G-Offset: Adjusts the green colour darkness.
● B-Offset: Adjusts the blue colour darkness.
● R-Gain: Adjusts the red colour brightness.
● G-Gain: Adjusts the green colour brightness.
● B-Gain: Adjusts the blue colour brightness.
● Reset: The previously adjusted white balance will be reset to the factory defaults.
■
Flesh Tone
You can emphasize the pink ‘flesh tone’ in the picture.
N Changing the adjustment value will refresh the adjusted screen.
■
Edge Enhancement → Off / On
You can emphasize object boundaries in the picture.
■
xvYCC → Off / On
Setting the xvYCC mode to on increases detail and colour space when watching movies from an external device (ie. DVD player)
connected to the HDMI or Component IN jacks.
N xvYCC is available when the picture mode is set to Movie, and the external input is set to HDMI or Component mode.
N This function may not be supported depending on your external device.
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❑ Picture Options
N In PC mode, you can only make changes to the Colour Tone and Size from among the
items in Picture Options.
■
■
Colour Tone → Cool / Normal / Warm1 / Warm2 / Warm3
N Warm1, Warm2 or Warm3 is only activated when the picture mode is Movie.
N Settings can be adjusted and stored for each external device you have connected to an
input of the TV.
Picture Options
Colour Tone
: Normal
Size
: 16:9
Digital NR
: Auto
HDMI Black Level
: Normal
Film Mode
: Off
120Hz Motion Plus
: Standard
Blue Only Mode
: Off
▶
U Move E Enter R Return
Size
Occasionally, you may want to change the size of the image on your screen. Your TV comes
with several screen size options, each designed to work best with specific types of video input. Your cable box/satellite receiver
may have its own set of screen sizes as well. In general, though, you should view the TV in 16:9 mode as much as possible
O Alternately, you can press the P.SIZE button on the remote control repeatedly to change the picture size.
● 16:9: Adjusts the picture size to 16:9 appropriate for DVDs or wide broadcasting.
● Wide Zoom: Magnify the size of the picture more than 4:3.
● Zoom: Magnifies the 16:9 wide picture (in the vertical direction) to fit the screen size.
● 4:3: This is the default setting for a video movie or normal broadcasting.
● Screen Fit: Use the function to see the full image without any cut-off when HDMI (720p / 1080i / 1080p) or Component (1080i
/ 1080p) signals are input.
N Depending on the input source, the picture size options may vary.
N The items available may differ depending on the selected mode.
N In PC Mode, only 16:9 and 4:3 mode can be adjusted.
N Settings can be adjusted and stored for each external device you have connected to an input of the TV.
N Temporary image retention may occur when viewing a static image on the set for more than two hours.
N Wide Zoom: Press the ► button to Select Position, then press the ENTERE button. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move
the picture up / down. Then press the ENTERE button.
N Zoom: Press the ► button to Select Position, then press the ENTERE button. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to move the
picture up and down. Then press the ENTERE button. Press the ► button to Select Size, then press the ENTERE
button. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to magnify or reduce the picture size in the vertical direction. Then press the ENTERE
button.
N After selecting Screen Fit in HDMI (1080i / 1080p) or Component (1080i / 1080p) mode: Select Position by pressing the
◄ or ► button. Use the ▲, ▼, ◄ or ► button to move the picture.
• Reset: Press the ◄ or ► button to select Reset, then press the ENTERE button. You can initialize the setting.
N If you use the Screen Fit function with HDMI 720p input, 1 line will be cut at the top, bottom, left and right as in the
overscan function.
When Double (À, Œ) mode has been set in PIP, the Picture Size cannot be set.
■
Digital NR → Off / Low / Medium / High / Auto
If the broadcast signal received by your TV is weak, you can activate the Digital Noise Reduction feature to help reduce any static
and ghosting that may appear on the screen.
N When the signal is weak, select one of the other options until the best picture is displayed.
■
HDMI Black Level → Normal / Low
You can directly select the black level on the screen to adjust the screen depth.
N This function is active only when the external input connects to HDMI (RGB signals).
■
Film Mode → Off / Auto1 / Auto2
The TV can be set to automatically sense and process film signals from all sources and adjust the picture for optimum quality.
N Film Mode is supported in TV, AV, COMPONENT(480i / 1080i) and HDMI(480i / 1080i).
● Off: Turn the Film Mode function off.
● Auto1: Automatically adjusts the picture for the best quality when watching a film.
● Auto2: Automatically optimizes the video text on the screen (not including closed captions) when watching a film.
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■
120Hz Motion Plus → Off / Clear / Standard / Smooth / Custom / Demo
Removes drag from fast scenes with a lot of movement to provide a clearer picture.
N If you enable 120Hz Motion Plus, noise may appear on the screen. If this occurs, set 120Hz Motion Plus to Off.
● Off: Switches 120Hz Motion Plus off.
● Clear: Sets 120Hz Motion Plus to minimum.
● Standard: Sets 120Hz Motion Plus to medium.
● Smooth: Sets 120Hz Motion Plus to maximum.
● Custom: Adjusts the blur and judder reduction level to suit your preference.
• Blur Reduction: Adjusts the blur reduction level from video sources.
• Judder Reduction: Adjusts the judder reduction level from video sources when playing films.
• Reset: Reset the custom settings.
● Demo: Displays the difference between 120Hz Motion Plus on and off modes.
■
Blue Only Mode → Off / On
This function is for AV device measurement experts. This function displays the blue signal only by removing the red and green
signals from the video signal so as to provide a Blue Filter effect that is used to adjust the Colour and Tint of video equipment such
as DVD players, Home Theatres, etc. Using this function, you can adjust the Colour and Tint to preferred values appropriate to
the signal level of each video device using the Red / Green / Blue / Cyan / Magenta / Yellow Colour Bar Patterns, without using an
additional Blue Filter.
N Blue Only Mode is available when the picture mode is set to Movie or Standard.
❑ Picture Reset → Reset Picture Mode / Cancel
Resets all picture settings to the default values.
N Reset Picture Mode: Current picture values return to default settings.
¦ Viewing Picture-in-Picture
Main picture
Component
HDMI1(DVI), HDMI2, HDMI3, HDMI4
PC
Setup
You can use the PIP feature to simultaneously watch the TV tuner and one external video
source. This product has one built-in tuner, which does not allow PIP to function in the same
mode. Please see ‘PIP Settings’ below for details.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also configure PIP related
settings by selecting Tools → PIP.
N If you select the PIP picture sound, refer to the ‘Configuring the Sound Menu’ instructions.
(refer to pages 17~18)
N PIP Settings
Melody
Energy Saving
: Medium
: Off
PIP
▶
Sub picture
TV, AV
N If you turn the TV off while watching in PIP mode and turn it on again, the PIP window will disappear.
N You may notice that the picture in the PIP window becomes slightly unnatural when you use the main screen to view a game
or karaoke.
❑ PIP → Off / On
PIP
You can activate or deactivate the PIP function.
❑ Size → Õ / à / À / Œ
You can select a size of the sub-picture.
❑ Source
PIP
: On
Size
:Õ
Source
: TV
Position
:Ã
Channel
: ATV 4
▶
U Move E Enter R Return
You can select a source of the sub-picture.
❑ Position → à / – / — / œ
You can select a position of the sub-picture.
N In Double (Œ, À) mode, Position cannot be selected.
❑ Channel
You can select the channel for the sub-screen.
N Channel is available when the Source is set to TV.
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¦ Using Your TV as a Computer (PC) Display
Setting Up Your PC Software (Based on Windows XP)
The Windows display-settings for a typical computer are shown below. The actual screens on
your PC will probably be different, depending upon your particular version of Windows and
your particular video card. However, even if your actual screens look different, the same basic
set-up information will apply in almost all cases. (If not, contact your computer manufacturer or
Samsung Dealer.)
1. First, click on ‘Control Panel’ on the Windows start menu.
2. When the control panel window appears, click on ‘Appearance and Themes’ and a display
dialog-box will appear.
3. When the control panel window appears, click on ‘Display’ and a display dialogbox will
appear.
4. Navigate to the ‘Settings’ tab on the display dialog-box.
• The correct size setting (resolution) - Optimum: 1920 X 1080 pixels
• If a vertical-frequency option exists on your display settings dialog box, the correct
value is ‘60’ or ‘60 Hz’. Otherwise, just click ‘OK’ and exit the dialog box.
Display Modes
If the signal from the system equals the standard signal mode, the screen is adjusted automatically. If the signal from the system
doesn’t equal the standard signal mode, adjust the mode by referring to your videocard user guide; otherwise there may be no
video. For the display modes listed on the next page, the screen image has been optimized during manufacturing.
■
D-Sub and HDMI/DVI Input
640 x 350
720 x 400
640 x 480
832 x 624
1152 x 870
720 x 576
1152 x 864
1280 x 720
1280 x 720
1280 x 960
640 x 480
640 x 480
640 x 480
800 x 600
800 x 600
800 x 600
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1024 x 768
1152 x 864
1280 x 1024
1280 x 1024
1280 x 800
1280 x 800
1280 x 960
1360 x 768
1440 x 900
1440 x 900
1680 x 1050
1280 x 720
1280 x 1024
Horizontal Frequency
(KHz)
31.469
31.469
35.000
49.726
68.681
35.910
53.783
44.772
56.456
75.231
31.469
37.861
37.500
37.879
48.077
46.875
48.363
56.476
60.023
67.500
63.981
79.976
49.702
62.795
60.000
47.712
55.935
70.635
65.290
52.500
74.620
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
70.086
70.087
66.667
74.551
75.062
59.950
59.959
59.855
74.777
74.857
59.940
72.809
75.000
60.317
72.188
75.000
60.004
70.069
75.029
75.000
60.020
75.025
59.810
74.934
60.000
60.015
59.887
74.984
59.954
70.000
70.000
Pixel Clock Frequency
(MHz)
25.175
28.322
30.240
57.284
100.000
32.750
81.750
74.500
95.750
130.000
25.175
31.500
31.500
40.000
50.000
49.500
65.000
75.000
78.750
108.000
108.000
135.000
83.500
106.500
108.000
85.500
106.500
136.750
146.250
89.040
128.943
Sync Polarity
(H / V)
+/-/+
-/-/-/-/+
-/+
-/+
-/+
-/+
-/-/-/+/+
+/+
+/+
-/-/+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
-/+
-/+
+/+
+/+
-/+
-/+
-/+
-/+
-/-
1920 x 1080p
67.500
60.000
148.500
+/+
Mode
Resolution
IBM
MAC
VESA CVT
VESA DMT
VESA GTF
VESA DMT /
DTV CEA
N
N
N
N
N
When using an HDMI / DVI cable connection, you must use the HDMI IN 1(DVI) jack.
The interlace mode is not supported.
The set might operate abnormally if a non-standard video format is selected.
Separate and Composite modes are supported. SOG is not supported.
Too long or low quality VGA cable can cause picture noise at high resolution modes (1920x1080).
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¦ Setting up the TV with your PC
N Preset: Press the SOURCE button to select PC mode.
❑ Auto Adjustment
Picture
Use the Auto Adjust function to have the TV automatically adjust the video signals it receives.
The function also automatically fine-tunes the settings and adjusts the frequency values and
positions.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the Auto Adjustment
by selecting Tools → Auto Adjustment.
N This function does not work in DVI-HDMI mode.
Brightness
Sharpness
: 45
: 75
Auto Adjustment
▶
Screen
Advanced Settings
Picture Options
Picture Reset
❑ Screen
■
■
■
Coarse / Fine
The purpose of picture quality adjustment is to remove or reduce picture noise. If the noise is
not removed by Fine-tuning alone, then adjust the frequency as best as possible (Coarse) and
Fine-tune again. After the noise has been reduced, readjust the picture so that it is aligned on
the centre of screen.
Screen
Coarse
50
Fine
0
PC Position
Image Reset
PC Position
Adjust the PC’s screen positioning if it does not fit the TV screen.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to adjusting the Vertical-Position. Press the ◄ or ► button to adjust
the Horizontal-Position.
U Move E Enter R Return
Image Reset
You can replace all image settings with the factory default values.
SOUND
¦ Configuring the Sound Menu
❑ Mode → Standard / Music / Movie / Clear Voice / Custom
Sound
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the sound mode by
selecting Tools → Sound Mode.
● Standard: Selects the normal sound mode.
● Music: Emphasizes music over voices.
● Movie: Provides the best sound for movies.
● Clear Voice: Emphasizes voice over other sounds.
● Custom: Recalls your customized sound settings.
Mode
: Custom
Equalizer
SRS TruSurround HD
Auto Volume
Speaker Select
Sound Select
Sound Reset
: Off
: Off
: TV Speaker
: Main
▶
❑ Equalizer
The sound settings can be adjusted to suit your personal preferences.
● Mode: Selects the sound mode among the predefined settings.
● Balance L/R: Adjusts the balance between the right and left speaker.
● 100Hz / 300Hz / 1KHz / 3KHz / 10KHz (Bandwidth Adjustment): To adjust the level of different bandwidth frequencies.
● Reset: Resets the equalizer settings to the default values.
❑ SRS TruSurround HD → Off / On
SRS TruSurround HD is a patented SRS technology that solves the problem of playing 5.1 multichannel content over two
speakers. TruSurround delivers a compelling, virtual surround sound experience through any two-speaker playback system,
including internal television speakers. It is fully compatible with all multichannel formats.
O You can select these options by simply pressing the SRS button on the remote control.
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❑ Auto Volume → Off / On
Each broadcasting station has its own signal conditions, and so it is not easy to adjust the volume every time the channel is
changed. This feature lets you automatically adjust the volume of the desired channel by lowering the sound output when the
modulation signal is high or by raising the sound output when the modulation signal is low.
❑ Speaker Select
When you watch TV with it connecting to a Home theatre, turn the TV speakers off so you can listen to sound from the Home
theatre’s (external) speakers.
● External Speaker: Used to listen to the sound of the External (Home Theatre) Speakers.
● TV Speaker: Used to listen to the sound of the TV Speakers.
N The volume and MUTE buttons do not operate when the Speaker Select is set to External Speaker.
N If you select External Speaker in the Speaker Select menu, the sound settings will be limited.
TV Speaker
External Speaker
Video No Signal
TV’s Internal Speakers
RF / AV / Component / PC / HDMI
Sound Output
Mute
Mute
Audio Out (L/R Out) to Sound System
RF / AV / Component / PC / HDMI
Sound Output
Sound Output
Mute
❑ Sound Select → Main / Sub
When the PIP feature is activated, you can listen to the sound of the sub (PIP) picture.
N You can select this option when PIP is set to On.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the sound of the sub picture by selecting Tools → PIP →
Sound Select.
❑ Sound Reset → Reset All / Reset Sound Mode / Cancel
You can restore the Sound settings to the factory defaults.
N Reset Sound Mode: Current sound values return to default settings.
Sound Reset
Cancel sound reset.
Reset All
Reset Sound Mode
Cancel
L Move E Enter R Return
¦ Selecting the Sound Mode
You can set the sound mode by pressing the DUAL button. When you press it, the current sound mode is displayed on the screen.
A2 Stereo
NICAM
Stereo
Audio Type
Mono
Stereo
Dual
Mono
Stereo
Dual
Dual 1 / 2
MONO
STEREO ↔ MONO
DUAL 1 ↔ DUAL 2
MONO
MONO ↔ STEREO
MONO ↔ DUAL 1
DUAL 2
Default
Automatic change
DUAL 1
Automatic change
DUAL 1
N If the stereo signal is weak and an automatic switching occurs, then switch to the mono.
N This function is only activated in stereo sound signal. It is deactivated in mono sound signal.
N This function is only available in TV mode.
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SETUP
¦ Configuring the Setup Menu
❑ Language
Plug & Play
Setup
You can set the menu language.
❑ Time
For detailed procedures on setting up options, refer to the ‘Setting the Time’ instructions. (refer
to pages 20~21)
❑ Game Mode → Off / On
Language
Time
Game Mode
BD Wise
Child Lock
Change PIN
Light Effect
Melody
: English
▶
: Off
: Off
: On
: In Standby
: Medium
When connecting to a game console such as PlayStation™ or Xbox™, you can enjoy a more realistic gaming experience by
selecting game menu.
N Restrictions on game mode (Caution)
• To disconnect the game console and connect another external device, set Game Mode to Off in the setup menu.
• If you display the TV menu in Game Mode, the screen shakes slightly.
N Game Mode is not available in regular TV and PC mode.
While PIP is in operation, the Game Mode function cannot be used.
N If the picture is poor when external device is connected to TV, check if Game Mode is On. Set Game Mode to Off and
connect external devices.
N If Game Mode is On:
• Picture mode is automatically changed to Standard and cannot be changed.
• Sound mode is automatically changed to Custom and cannot be changed. Adjust the sound using the equalizer.
N The Reset Sound function is activated. Selecting the Reset function after settings the equalizer resets the equalizer settings to
the factory defaults.
❑ BD Wise → Off / On
Provides the optimal picture quality for SAMSUNG DVD, Blu-ray and Home Theatre products which support BD Wise. You can
enjoy a richer picture when using them connected to this Samsung TV.
N Connect SAMSUNG products that have BD Wise using an HDMI cable.
N BD Wise is available in HDMI mode.
N When the BD Wise set to On, the picture mode is automatically changed to the optimal resolution.
❑ Child Lock → Off / On
This feature allows you to prevent unauthorized users, such as children, from watching unsuitable programme by muting out video
and audio.
N Before the setup screen appears, the PIN number input screen appears. Enter your 4 digit PIN number.
N The default PIN number of a new TV set is 0-0-0-0. You can change the PIN by selecting Change PIN from the menu.
N You can lock some channels in Channel List. (refer to page 10)
N Child Lock is available only in TV mode.
❑ Change PIN
You can change your personal ID number that is required to set up the TV.
N Before the setup screen appears, the PIN number input screen appears. Enter your 4 digit PIN number.
N The default PIN number of a new TV set is 0-0-0-0.
N If you forget the PIN code, press the remote control buttons in the following sequence, which resets the PIN to 0-0-0-0:
POWER (Off) → MUTE → 8 → 2 → 4 → POWER (On).
❑ Light Effect → Off / In Standby / Watching TV / Always
You can turn on/off the LED on the front of TV according to the situation. Use it for saving power or when the LED dazzles your
eyes.
N Off: LED is always off.
N In Standby: Turns the LED on in standby mode.
N In Watching TV: Turns the LED on while watching TV.
N Always: LED is always on.
N Set the Light Effect to Off to reduce the power consumption.
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❑ Melody → Off / Low / Medium / High
A melody sound can be set to come on when the TV is powered On or Off.
N The Melody does not play
• When no sound is output from the TV because the MUTE button has been pressed.
• When no sound is output from the TV because the volume has been reduced to minimum with the VOL – button.
• When the TV is turned off by Sleep Timer function.
❑ Energy Saving → Off / Low / Medium / High / Auto
This feature adjusts the brightness of the TV in order to reduce power consumption. When watching TV at night, set the Energy
Saving mode option to High to reduce eye fatigue as well as power consumption.
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the Energy Saving option by selecting Tools → Energy
Saving.
❑ PIP
For detailed procedures on setting up options, refer to page 15.
¦ Setting the Time
❑ Clock
■
Plug & Play
Language
Setup
Setting the clock is necessary in order to use the various timer features of the TV.
O The current time will appear every time you press the INFO button.
N If you disconnect the power cord, you have to set the clock again.
Clock Set
You can set the current time manually.
N You can set the day, month, year, hour and minute directly by pressing the number buttons
on the remote control.
: English
Time
Game Mode
BD Wise
Child Lock
Change PIN
Light Effect
Melody
Energy Saving
: Off
: Off
: On
▶
: In Standby
: Medium
: Off
Time
❑ Sleep Timer
The sleep timer automatically shuts off the TV after a preset time (30, 60, 90, 120, 150 and 180
minutes).
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also set the sleep timer by
selecting Tools → Sleep Timer.
N To cancel the Sleep Timer function, select Off.
Clock
: -- : --
Sleep Timer
: Off
Timer 1
: Inactivated
Timer 2
: Inactivated
Timer 3 : Inactivated ▶
U Move E Enter R Return
❑ Timer 1 / Timer 2 / Timer 3
Three different on / off timer settings can be made.
You must set the clock first.
■
■
On Time
Set the hour, minute and activate / inactivate.
(To activate timer with the setting you’ve chosen, set to Activate.)
Off Time
Set the hour, minute and activate / inactivate.
(To activate timer with the setting you’ve chosen, set to Activate.)
Timer 1
On Time
00
00
Inactivate
Off Time
00
Volume
10
Repeat
00
Source
TV
Inactivate
Channel
0
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri
Sat
Once
■
Volume
Set the desired volume level.
■
Source → TV / USB
You can select the TV or USB device content to be played when the TV turns on automatically. Select TV or USB. (Make sure that
an USB device is connected to your TV.).
N When there is only one photo file in the USB, the Slide Show will not play.
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Channel (when Source is set to TV)
Select the desired channel.
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Contents (when Source is set to USB)
You can select a folder on the USB Device with music or photo files to be played when the TV turns on automatically.
N If the folder name is too long, the folder can not be selected.
■
Repeat
Select Once, Everyday, Mon~Fri, Mon~Sat, Sat~Sun or Manual.
N When Manual is selected, press the ► button to select the desired day of the week. Press the ENTERE button over the
desired day and the c mark will appear.
N You can set the hour, minute and channel by pressing the number buttons on the remote control.
N Auto Power Off
When you set the timer On, the television will eventually turn off, if no controls are operated for 3 hours after the TV was
turned on by the timer. This function is only available in timer On mode and prevents overheating, which may occur if a TV is
on for too long time.
INPUT / SUPPORT
¦ Input Menu
❑ Source List
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TV / AV / Component / PC / HDMI1/DVI / HDMI2 / HDMI3 / HDMI4 / USB
N You can choose only those external devices that are connected to the TV. In the Source
List, connected inputs will be highlighted and sorted to the top. Inputs that are not
connected will be sorted to the bottom.
N If USB devices are connected to the USB1(HDD) jacks, they are displayed as USB in
order.
N Using the Colour buttons on the remote with the Source list
• Red (Refresh): Refreshes the connected external devices. Press this if your Source is
on and connected, but does not appear in the list.
• TOOLS (Tools): Displays the Edit Name and Information menus.
N PC always stays activated.
Input
Use to select TV or other external input sources such as DVD / Blu-ray players / Cable Box /
Satellite receivers (Set-Top Box) connected to the TV. Use to select the input source of your
choice.
O Press the SOURCE button on the remote control to view an external signal source. TV
mode can be selected by pressing the TV button, number buttons.
O You can also watch HDMI mode simply by pressing the HDMI button on the remote control.
Source List
Edit Name
Source List
TV
PC
:----
AV
Component
HDMI1/DVI HDMI2
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Refresh T
Tools
❑ Edit Name
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VCR / DVD / Cable STB / Satellite STB / PVR STB / AV Receiver / Game / Camcorder / PC / DVI / DVI PC / TV / IPTV / Blu-ray
/ HD DVD / DMA
Name the device connected to the input jacks to make your input source selection easier.
N When a PC with a resolution of 1920 x 1080@60Hz is connected to the HDMI IN 1(DVI) port, you should set the HDMI1/DVI
mode to DVI PC in the Edit Name of the Input mode.
N When connecting an HDMI/DVI cable to the HDMI IN 1(DVI) port, you should set the HDMI1/DVI mode to DVI or DVI PC in
the Edit Name of the Input mode. In this case, a separate sound connection is required.
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¦ Support Menu
❑ Self Diagnosis
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Picture Test
If you think you have a picture problem, perform the picture test. Check the colour pattern on
the screen to see if the problem still exists.
● Yes: If the test pattern does not appear or there is noise in the test pattern, select Yes.
There may be a problem with the TV. Therefore, contact Samsung’s call centre for
assistance.
● No: If the test pattern is properly displayed, select No. There may be a problem with your
external equipment. Please check your connections. If the problem still persists, refer to the
external device’s user manual.
Support
■
▶
Self Diagnosis
▶
Sound Test
Sound Test
U Move E Enter R Return
If you think you have a sound problem, please perform the sound test. You can check the sound
by playing a built-in melody sound through the TV.
N If you hear no sound from the TV’s speakers, before performing the sound test, make sure Speaker Select is set to TV
speaker in the Sound menu.
N The melody will be heard during the test even if Speaker Select is set to External Speaker or the sound is muted by pressing
the MUTE button.
● Yes: If during the sound test you can hear sound only from one speaker or not at all, select Yes. There may be a problem with
the TV. Therefore, contact Samsung’s call centre for assistance.
● No: If you can hear sound from the speakers, select No. There may be a problem with your external equipment. Please check
your connections. If the problem still persists, refer to the external device’s user manual.
TV Side Panel
Samsung may offer upgrades for the TV’s firmware in the future. These upgrades can be
performed via the TV when it is connected to the Internet, or by downloading the new firmware
from samsung.com to a USB memory device.
N Current Version is the software already installed in the TV.
N Alternative Software (Backup) shows the previous version that will be replaced.
N Software is represented as ‘Year/Month/Day_Version’. The more recent the date, the newer
the software version. Installing the latest version is recommended.
■
Software Upgrade
HD Connection Guide
Contact Samsung
Picture Test
❑ Software Upgrade
■
Self Diagnosis
By USB
Insert a USB drive containing the firmware upgrade downloaded from samsung.com into the
TV. Please be careful to not disconnect the power or remove the USB drive while upgrades
are being applied. The TV will turn off and turn on automatically after completing the firmware
upgrade. Please check the firmware version after the upgrades are complete (the new version
will have a higher number than the older version). When software is upgraded, video and audio
settings you have made will return to their default (factory) settings. We recommend you write
down your settings so that you can easily reset them after the 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.
N If software was changed, existing software is displayed.
N You can change current software to alternative software by ‘Alternative Software’.
USB Drive
Software Upgrade
Current Version
2009/01/17_000001
By USB
Alternative Software
2009/01/16_000000
▶
U Move E Enter R Return
❑ HD Connection Guide
This menu presents the connection method that provides the optimal quality for the HD TV. Refer to this information when
connecting external devices to the TV.
❑ Contact Samsung
View this information when your TV does not work properly or when you want to upgrade the software. You can view the
information regarding the call centre, product and software file download method.
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MEDIA PLAY (USB)
¦ Connecting a USB Device
1. Press the POWER button to turn the TV on.
2. Connect a USB device containing photo or music files to the USB1(HDD) jack on
the side of the TV.
TV Side Panel
3. When the Application selection screen is displayed, press the ENTERE button
to select Media Play (USB).
USB Drive
N MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) is not supported.
N The file system supports FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS.
N Certain types of USB Digital camera and audio devices may not be compatible
with this TV.
N Media Play only supports USB Mass Storage Class devices (MSC). MSC
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is a Mass Storage Class Bulk-Only Transport device. Examples of MSC
are Thumb drives, Flash Card Readers and USB HDD (USB HUB are not
supported.).
PHOTO
N Please connect directly to the USB port of your TV. If you are using a separate
cable connection, there may be a USB compatibility problem.
N Before connecting your device to the TV, please back up your files to prevent
them from damage or loss of data. SAMSUNG is not responsible for any data
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Music
Setup
file damage or data loss.
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Device
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N Connect a USB HDD to the dedicated port, USB1(HDD) port. However, if the
connected device requires high power, the USB1(HDD) may fail to support the
device.
N Do not disconnect the USB device while it is loading.
N MSC supports MP3 and JPEG files, while a PTP device supports JPEG files only.
N The higher the resolution of the image, the longer it takes to display on the screen.
N The maximum supported JPEG resolution is 15360X8640 pixels.
N For unsupported or corrupted files, the ‘Not Supported File Format’ message is displayed.
N If sort key is set to Basic View, up to 1000 files can be displayed in each folder. The other sort key can display up to 10000
files.
N MP3 files with DRM that have been downloaded from a non-free site cannot be played. Digital Rights Management (DRM)
is a technology that supports the creation of content, the distribution and management of the content in an integrated
and comprehensive way, including the protection of the rights and interests of the content providers, the prevention of the
illegal copying of contents, as well as managing billings and settlements.
N When moving to a photo, loading may take a few seconds. At this point, the loading icon will appear at the screen.
N If an over-power(Fail add new device USB1 Power Overload) warning message is displayed while you are connecting or
using a USB device, the device may not be recognized or may malfunction.
851.86MB/993.02MB Free
Using the Remote Control Button in Media Play Menu
Button
▲/▼/◄/►
ENTERE
∂/∑
RETURN
TOOLS
∫
π/μ
INFO
MEDIA.P
< P >, EXIT, TV
Operations
Move the cursor and select an item.
Select the currently selected item. While playing a slide show or music file:
- Pressing the ENTERE button during play pauses the play.
- Pressing the ENTERE button during pause resumes the play.
Play or pause the Slide Show or music.
Return to the previous menu.
Run various functions from the Photo and Music menus.
Stop the current slide show or Music file.
Jump to previous group/Jump to next group.
Show file information.
Exit Media Play mode.
Stop Media Play mode and Returns to TV mode.
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¦ Media Play Function
This function enables you to view and listen to photo or music files saved on a USB Mass Storage Class (MSC) device.
Entering the Media Play (USB) Menu
1. Press the MENU button. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Application, then
press the ENTERE button.
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851.86MB/993.02MB Free
PHOTO
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Media Play (USB), then press the ENTERE
button.
N The Media Play (USB) menu is displayed.
Photo
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Music
Setup
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Device
O Press the MEDIA.P button on the remote control to display the Media Play
menu.
O Press the SOURCE button on the remote control to view the source list.
Then Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select USB.
3. Press the Red button, then press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the USB Memory.
Press the ENTERE button.
N This function differs depending on the USB Memory Device.
N The selected USB device name appears at the bottom left of the screen.
4. Press the ◄ or ► button to select an icon (Photo, Music, Setup), then press the
ENTERE button.
N To exit Media Play mode, press the MEDIA.P button on the remote control.
Colour
Folder
Preference
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Basic View
Timeline
Slide Show
Play Current Group
Information
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Favourites Settings Select T Tools R Return
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
1. Press the TOOLS button in the Media Play file list screen, or while a Slide Show or music is being played.
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Remove Safely, then press the ENTERE button.
3. Remove the USB device from the TV.
Screen Display
Colour
Folder
Preference
1 Basic View
Sort key List Section
Timeline
Group List Section
2
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Move to either ‘Sort key List Section’, ‘Group List Section’ or ‘File List Section’ using the Up and Down buttons. After selecting a
section, press the ◄ or ► buttons to select an item.
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1 Current Sort key: This field shows the current standard for sorting files. Press the ◄ or ► button to change the standard for
sorting files.
2 View Groups: Shows the detailed groups of the files sorted according to the selected Sort key. The sort group where the
currently selected file is contained is highlighted.
3 Currently selected file: The selected file is the file you can now control. Photo files are displayed as thumbnail images.
4 Current Device: Shows the currently selected device name. Press the Red button to select a device.
• Red (Device) button: Selects a connected device.
5 Help Items
• Green (Favourites Settings) button: Changes the Favourites Settings for the selected file. Press this button repeatedly
until the desired value appears.
• Yellow (Select) button: Selects file from the file list. Selected files are marked with a symbol c. Press the Yellow button
again to cancel a file selection.
• TOOLS (Tools) button: Displays the option menus. (The option menu changes according to the current status.)
6 Item Selection Information: Shows the number of files that are selected by pressing the Yellow button.
¦ Sorting the Photo List
You can sort photos in the Photo List by a particular standard.
Colour
1. Press the MEDIA.P button.
Folder
Preference
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Photo, then press the ENTERE button.
Timeline
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3. Press the ▲ button to move to the Sort key Section.
4. Press the ◄ or ► button to select a sorting standard. (Basic View, Timeline,
Colour, Folder, Preference)
N The photos are sorted according to the newly selected sorting standard.
Basic View
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Device
5. Press the ▼ button to move to the File List Section. Press the ∂ (Play)/
ENTERE button to start the Slide Show in the order you selected.
N To move to the previous/next group, press the π (REW) or μ (FF) button.
N Photo information is automatically set. The colour information extracted from a photo file may be different from your
expectations. You can change the colour and preference.
N PTP does not support folder sort mode.
❑ Basic View
Shows the folders on the USB memory device. If you select a folder and press the ENTERE button, only the photo files
contained in the selected folder are displayed.
N When sorted according to the Basic View, you cannot set Favourites files.
❑ Timeline
Sorts photos by date. It sorts by year and month from the earliest photo.
❑ Colour → Red / Yellow / Green / Blue / Magenta / Black / Gray / Unclassified
Sorts photos by colour. You can change the photo colour information.
N You should set the Use Colour View to on in the Setup menu before sorting photos by colour.
❑ Folder
Sorts photos by folder. If there are many folders in USB, the photos files are shown in order in each folder. The photo file in the
Root folder is shown first and the others are shown in alphabetical order by name.
❑ Preference → FFF / FFF / FFF / FFF
Sorts photos by preference (Favourites). You can change the photo preferences.
N Changing the Favourites Settings
Select the desired photo in the Photo list, then press the Green button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
N Up to 3 stars can be selected.
N The stars are for grouping purposes only. For example, the 3 star setting does not have any priority over the one star setting.
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¦ Photo List Option Menu
1. Press the MEDIA.P button.
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Photo, then press the ENTERE button.
3. Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired photo file.
N Selecting Multiple Photos
• Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired photo file. Then press the Yellow button.
• Repeat the above operation to select multiple photo files.
• The mark c appears to the selected photo file.
4. Press the TOOLS button.
N The option menu changes according to the current status.
❑ Slide Show
Using this menu, you can play a SlideShow using the photo files on the USB memory
device.
Basic View
Timeline
Colour
❑ Play Current Group
Folder
5/15
Using this menu, you can play a SlideShow using only the photo files in the currently
selected sorting group.
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Preference
Slide Show
Play Current Group
Change Group
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❑ Change Group (When the Sort key is the Colour)
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Device
You can change a selected photo file’s (or group of files) colour information in order to
move it from one colour group to another.
N This does not change the actual colour of the photo.
N The group information of the current file is updated and the photos are moved to the new colour group.
N To change the information of multiple files, select the files you want by pressing the Yellow button.
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❑ Deselect All (When at least one file is selected)
You can deselect all files.
O The c mark indicating the corresponding file is selected is hidden.
❑ Information
The photo file information including the name, the size, the resolution, the date
modified and the path is displayed.
N You can view the information of photo files during a SlideShow using the same
procedures.
O Press the INFO button to viewing the information.
❑ Remove Safely
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
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¦ Viewing a Photo or Slide Show
Viewing a Slide Show
Colour
Folder
Preference
BasicView
Timeline
. Press the ▼ button to select the File List Section.
. Press the TOOLS button.
5/15
. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Slide Show, then press the ENTERE button.
N All files in the photo list will be used for the Slide Show.
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N During the slide show, files are displayed in order from the currently shown file.
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Information
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N The Slide Show progresses in the order sorted in the Photo list.
N Music files can be automatically played during the Slide Show if the Background
Music is set to On.
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EPause◀▶Previous/Next
TToolsRReturn
O While a photo list is displayed, press the ∂(Play)/ENTERE button on the
remote control to start slide show.
N SlideShow Control Buttons
Button
ENTERE
∂
∑
∫
π/μ
TOOLS
Operations
Play/Pause the Slide Show.
Play the Slide Show.
Pause the Slide Show.
Exit Slide Show and return to the photo list.
Change the SlideShow playing speed.
Run various functions from the Photo menus.
Playing current group
. Press the ▲ button to move to the Sort key Section.
Colour
. Press the ◄ or ► button to select a sorting standard.
Folder
Preference
BasicView
Timeline
. Press the ▼ button to move to the Group List Section.
5/15
. Select a group using the ◄ and ► buttons.
. Press the ∂ (Play) button. A slideshow begins with the files of the selected group.
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Alternatively
. Select a Sort key and then in the File List Section, select the photos contained in
the desired group.
N To move to the previous/next group, press the π (REW) or μ (FF) button.
SUM
Device
FavouritesSettings SelectTToolsRReturn
. Press the TOOLS button.
. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Play Current Group, then press the ENTERE button.
N Only the photos in the sorting group including the selected files will be used for the Slide Show.
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. Press the ▼ button to select the File List Section.
. Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired photo in the Photo list.
. Press the Yellow button.
N The c mark appears to the left of the selected photo.
N If you select one file, the Slide Show will not be performed.
N To deselect all selected files, press the TOOLS button and select Deselect All.
. Repeat the above operation to select multiple photos.
. Press the ∂ (Play)/ENTERE button.
N The selected files will be used for the Slide Show.
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Alternatively
1. In the Photo List, press the Yellow buttons to select the desired photos.
2. Press the TOOLS button.
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Slide Show, then press the ENTERE button.
N The selected files will be used for the Slide Show.
¦ Slide Show Option Menu
1. During a slide show (or when viewing a photo), press the TOOLS button to set the option.
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the desired option, then press the ENTERE button.
❑ Stop Slide Show / Start Slide Show
Tools
You can start or stop a SlideShow.
Stop Slide Show
❑ Slide Show Speed → Slow / Normal / Fast
Slide Show Speed
:
Normal
Slide Show Effect
:
Fade1
Rotate
You can select the slide show speed.
N This function is available only during a slide show.
N You can also change the speed of the Slide Show by pressing the π (REW) or
μ (FF) button during the Slide Show.
Zoom
Background Music
Picture Setting
Sound Setting
Information
▼
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❑ Slide Show Effect
You can select the screen transition effect used in the slideshow.
■
None / Fade1 / Fade2 / Blind / Spiral / Checker / Linear / Stairs / Wipe / Random
N This function is available only during a slide show.
❑ Rotate
You can rotate photos saved on a USB memory device.
N Whenever you press the ◄ button, it rotates by 270˚, 180˚, 90˚, and 0˚.
N Whenever you press the ► button, it rotates by 90˚, 180˚, 270˚, and 0˚.
N The rotated file is not saved.
❑ Zoom
You can magnify photos saved on a USB memory device. (x1 → x2 → x4)
N To move the enlarged photo image, press the ENTERE button, then press the ▲/▼/◄/► buttons. Note that when the
enlarged picture is smaller than the original screen size, the location change function doesn’t work.
N The enlarged file is not saved.
❑ Background Music
You can select background music when watching a Slide Show.
N To use this feature, there must be music and photo files stored on the USB device.
N Loading music files is needed to change BGM mode. Play music files in music category to load.
■
Background Music → Off / On
● Off: Background music is not played.
● On: When the background music is available, if you select On, the music is played back.
■
BGM Mode → Mood / Selected File / Shuffle
You can select a mode to use for the background music.
■
BGM Mood → Energetic / Rhythmical / Sad / Exciting / Calm / Unclassified
Music with the mood you selected is set as the background music.
N If you set BGM Mode to Mood, you can select a mood.
■
Select Music File (0 File(s) Selected)
Only the selected music file is set as the background music.
N If you set BGM Mode to Selected File, you can select a music file.
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❑ Picture Setting / Sound Setting
You can select the picture and sound settings.
❑ Information
The photo file information is displayed.
❑ Remove Safely
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
¦ Sorting the Music List
You can sort music files in the Music List by a particular standard.
1. Press the MEDIA.P button.
Genre
Folder
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Music, then press the ENTERE button.
3. Press the ▲ button to move to the Sort key Section.
4. Press the ◄ or ► button to select a sorting standard. (Basic View, Title, Artist,
Mood, Genre, Folder, Preference)
N The Music files are sorted according to the newly selected sorting standard.
Preference
Energetic
Lies
Basic View
Title
3/37
Glen Hans
Once Ost
2007
Soundtrack
Want Me
Way
I Love You
HaHaHa
Gold
Shine
5. Press the ▼ button to move to the File List Section. Press the ∂ (Play)/
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Device
ENTERE button to start playing music in the order selected by the user.
N To move to the previous/next group, press the π (REW) or μ (FF) button.
N Music information is automatically set. The mood information extracted from
a music file may differ from the expectations of the user. You can change the
mood and preference.
N If there is no title information for a music file, the filename is displayed.
N If no information is available for the Artist, Album, Year, or Genre the corresponding item is displayed as blank.
❑ Basic View
Shows the folders of the USB memory device. If you select a folder and press the ENTERE button, only the music files
contained in the selected folder are displayed.
N When sorted according to the Basic View, you cannot set Favourites files.
❑ Title
Sorts the music titles in symbol/number/alphabet/special order, and shows the music file.
❑ Artist
Sorts the music file by artist in symbol/number/alphabet/special order.
❑ Mood → Energetic / Rhythmical / Sad / Exciting / Calm / Unclassified
Sorts music files by the mood. You can change the music mood information.
❑ Genre
Sorts music files by the genre.
❑ Folder
Sorts music files by the folder. If there are many folders in USB, the files are shown in order in each folder. The music file in the
Root folder is shown first and the others are shown in alphabetical order by name.
❑ Preference → FFF / FFF / FFF / FFF
Sorts music files by preference (Favourites). You can change the music files preferences.
N Changing the Favourites Settings
Select the desired music file in the Music list, then press the Green button repeatedly until the desired setting appears.
N Up to 3 stars can be selected.
N The stars are for grouping purposes only. For example, the 3 star setting does not have any priority over the one star setting.
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¦ Music List Option Menu
1. Press the MEDIA.P button.
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Music, then press the ENTERE button.
3. Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired Music file.
N Selecting Multiple Music Files
• Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired music file. Then press the
Yellow button.
• Repeat the above operation to select multiple music files.
• The mark c appears to the selected music file.
4. Press the TOOLS button.
N The option menu changes according to the current status.
Genre
Folder
Preference
Energetic
Lies
SUM
3/37
Glen Hans
Once Ost
2007
Soundtrack
Want Me
Device
Way
I Love You
Basic View
Title
Play Current Group
Information
Remove Safely
HaHaHa
Gold
Shine
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❑ Play Current Group
Using this menu, you can only play music files in the currently selected sorting group.
❑ Change Group (When the Sort key is Mood)
You can change the mood information of music files.
The group information of the current file is updated and the file is moved to the new group.
N To change the information of multiple files, select files by pressing the Yellow button.
❑ Information
The music file information including the name, the size, the date modified and the path is displayed.
N You can view the music file information during Play Current Group using the same procedures.
O Press the INFO button to viewing the information.
❑ Remove Safely
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
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¦ Playing a Music
Playing a music file
1. Press the ▼ button to select the File List Section.
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2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select a music file to be played.
Way
I Love You
HaHaHa
3. Press the ∂ (Play)/ENTERE button.
N This menu only shows files with the MP3 file extension. Files with other
file extensions are not displayed, even if they are saved on the same USB
device.
N The selected file is displayed at the top with its playing time.
N To adjust the music volume, press the volume button on the remote control.
E Pause ◀▶ Previous / Next T Tools R Return
SUM
To mute the sound, press the MUTE button on the remote control.
N If the sound is odd when playing MP3 files, adjust the Equalizer and SRS TruSurround HD in the Sound menu. (An
over-modulated MP3 file may cause a sound problem.)
N The playing duration of a music file may be displayed as ‘00:00:00’ if its playing time information is not found at the start of
the file.
N π (REW) or μ (FF) buttons do not function during play.
N Music Play Control Buttons
Button
ENTERE
∂
∑
∫
TOOLS
Operations
Play/Pause the music file.
Play the music file
Pause the music file
Exit play mode and return to the music list.
Run various functions from the Music menus.
N Music function information icon
p
q
When all music files in the folder (or the selected file) are repeated. Repeat Mode is On.
When all music files in the folder (or the selected file) are played once. Repeat Mode is Off.
Playing the music group
1. Press the ▲ button to move to the Sort key Section.
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select a sorting standard.
3. Press the ▼ or ENTERE button to move to the Group List Section.
4. Press the ∂ (Play) button. The files of the selected group will start playing.
●
Alternatively
1. Select a sort key and then in the File List Section, select the files contained in the desired group.
N To move to the previous/next group, press the π (REW) or µ (FF) button.
2. Press the TOOLS button.
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Play Current Group, then press the ENTERE button.
N The music files in the sorting group including the selected file are played.
Playing the selected music files
1. Press the ▼ button to select the File List Section.
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select the desired music file.
3. Press the Yellow button.
N The c appears to the left of the selected music file.
N To deselect all selected files, press the TOOLS button and select Deselect All.
4. Repeat the above operation to select multiple music files.
5. Press the ∂ (Play)/ENTERE button.
N The selected files will be played.
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¦ Music Play Option Menu
Music Play Option Menu
Tools
❑ Repeat Mode → On / Off
Repeat Mode
◀ On ▶
Picture Setting
You can play music files repeatedly.
Sound Setting
Information
Remove Safely
❑ Picture Setting / Sound Setting
You can configure the picture and sound settings.
U Move L Adjust e Exit
❑ Information
The music file information is displayed.
❑ Remove Safely
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
¦ Using the Setup Menu
Setup displays the user settings of the Media Play menu.
1. Press the MEDIA.P button.
SUM
2. Press the ◄ or ► button to select Setup, then press the ENTERE button.
851.86MB/993.02MB Free
SETUP
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select the desired option.
4. Press the ◄ or ► button to select the option, then press the ENTERE button.
N To exit Media Play mode, press the MEDIA.P button on the remote control.
Photo
❑ Use Colour View → On / Off
You can select sorting photos by colour. If this option is set to On, the loading time may
be increased to collect colour information from the photos.
SUM
❑ Music Repeat Mode → On / Off
Music
Setup
e Exit
Device
Use Colour View
Music Repeat Mode
◀ Off
On
Screen Saver Run Time
2 hours
▶
Information
Remove Safely
Select to repeatedly play music files.
❑ Screen Saver Run Time → 2 hours / 4 hours / 8 hours
Select to set the waiting time before the screen saver appears.
If this is set to ON, the loading time increases for collecting the colour
information.
SUM
❑ Information
Device
U Move L Adjust R Return
Select to view the information of the connected device.
❑ Remove Safely
You can remove the device safely from the TV.
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ANYNET+
¦ Connecting Anynet+ Devices
What is Anynet+?
Anynet+ is a function that enables you to control all connected Samsung devices that support Anynet+ with your Samsung TV’s
remote. The Anynet+ system can be used only with Samsung devices that have the Anynet+ feature. To be sure your Samsung
device has this feature, check if there is an Anynet+ logo on it.
To connect to a TV
TV
Anynet+ Device 1
HDMI 1.3 Cable
Anynet+ Device 2
HDMI 1.3 Cable
Anynet+ Device 3
HDMI 1.3 Cable
Anynet+ Device 4
HDMI 1.3 Cable
1. Connect the HDMI IN (1(DVI) 2, 3 or 4) jack on the TV and the HDMI OUT jack of the corresponding Anynet+ device using an
HDMI cable.
To connect to Home Theatre
Anynet+ Device 4
TV
HDMI 1.3 Cable
HDMI 1.3 Cable
Anynet+ Device 1
HDMI 1.3 Cable
HDMI 1.3 Cable
Anynet+ Device 2
Anynet+ Device 3
HDMI 1.3 Cable
1. Connect the HDMI IN (1(DVI) 2, 3 or 4) jack on the TV and the HDMI OUT jack of the corresponding Anynet+ device using an
HDMI cable.
2. Connect the HDMI IN jack of the home theatre and the HDMI OUT jack of the corresponding Anynet+ device using an HDMI
cable.
N Connect only one Home Theatre.
N You can connect an Anynet+ device using the HDMI 1.3 cable. Some HDMI cables may not support Anynet+ functions.
N Anynet+ works when the AV device supporting Anynet+ is in the Standby or On status.
N Anynet+ supports up to 12 AV devices in total. Note that you can connect up to 3 devices of the same type.
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¦ Setting Up Anynet+
❑ Setup
■
■
Media Play (USB)
Application
T Press the TOOLS button to display the Tools menu. You can also display Anynet+ menu
by selecting Tools → Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC).
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) → Off / On
To use the Anynet+ Function, Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) must be set to On.
N When the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) function is disabled, all the Anynet+ related operations
are deactivated.
Auto Turn Off → No / Yes
Setting an Anynet+ Device to turn Off automatically when the TV is turned Off.
N The active source on the TV remote must be set to TV to use the Anynet+ function.
N If you set Auto Turn Off to Yes, connected external devices are also turned off when the
TV is turned off. If an external device is still recording, it may or may not turn off.
Setup
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
: On ▶
Auto Turn Off
: Yes
U Move E Enter R Return
Setup
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
: On
Auto Turn Off
: Yes ▶
U Move E Enter R Return
¦ Switching between Anynet+ Devices
1. Press the TOOLS button. Press the ENTERE button to select Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC).
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Device List, then press the ENTERE button.
N Anynet+ devices connected to the TV are listed.
N If you cannot find a device you want, press the red button to scan for devices.
View TV
Device List
Recording: DVDR
DVDR MENU
DVDR INFO
Setup
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a particular device and press the ENTERE button. It
is switched to the selected device.
N Only when you set Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) to On in the Application menu, the Device
List menu appears.
N Switching to the selected devices may take up to 2 minutes. You cannot cancel the
U Move E Enter R Return
operation during the switching operation.
N The time required to scan for devices is determined by the number of connected devices.
N When the device scan is complete, the number of devices found are not displayed.
N Although the TV automatically searches the device list when the TV is turned on via the power button, devices connected to
the TV may not always be automatically displayed in the device list. Press the red button to search for the connected device.
N If you have selected external input mode by pressing the SOURCE button, you cannot use the Anynet+ function. Make sure to
switch to an Anynet+ device by using the Device List.
Anynet+ Menu
The Anynet+ menu changes depending on the type and status of the Anynet+ devices connected to the TV.
Anynet+ Menu
View TV
Device List
(device_name) Menu
(device_name) INFO
Recording: (*recorder)
Stop Recording: (*recorder)
Receiver
Description
Anynet+ mode changes to TV broadcast mode.
Shows the Anynet+ device list.
Shows the connected device menus. E.g. If a DVD recorder is connected, the disc
menu of the DVD recorder will appear.
Shows the play menu of the connected device. E.g. If a DVD recorder is connected,
the play menu of the DVD recorder will appear.
Starts recording immediately using the recorder. (This is only available for devices that
support the recording function.)
Stops recording.
Sound is played through the receiver.
N If more than one recording device is connected, they are displayed as (*recorder) and if only one recording device is
connected, it will be represented as (*device_name).
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TV Remote Control Buttons Available in Anynet+ Mode
Device Type
Operating Status
Anynet+ Device
After switching to the device, when the
menu of the corresponding device is
displayed on the screen.
Device with built-in
Tuner
Audio Device
After switching to the device, while playing
a file
After switching to the device, when you
are watching a TV Programme
When Receiver is activated
Available Buttons
Numeric buttons
▲/▼/◄/►/ ENTERE buttons
Colour buttons / EXIT button
π(Backward search) / μ(Forward search) /
∫(Stop) / ∂(Play) / ∑(Pause)
P > / P < button
Volume / MUTE button
N The Anynet+ function only works when the active source on the TV remote control is set to TV.
N The ∏ button works only while in the recordable state.
N You cannot control Anynet+ devices using the buttons on the TV. You can control Anynet+ devices only using the TV remote
control.
N The TV remote control may not work under certain conditions. If this occurs, reselect the Anynet+ device.
N The Anynet+ functions do not operate with other manufacturers’ products.
N The π, μ operations may differ depending on the device.
¦ Recording
You can make a recording of a TV Programme using a Samsung recorder.
1. Press the TOOLS button. Press the ENTERE button to select Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC).
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Recording Immediately and press the ENTERE
button. Recording begins.
N When there is more than one recording device
When multiple recording devices are connected, the recording devices are listed.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a recording device and press the ENTERE
button. Recording begins.
N When the recording device is not displayed select Device List and press the Red
button to search devices.
View TV
Device List
Recording: DVDR
DVDR MENU
DVDR INFO
Setup
U Move E Enter R Return
3. Press the EXIT button to exit.
N You can record the source streams by selecting Recording: (device_name).
N Pressing the ∏ button will record whatever you are currently watching. If you are watching video from another device, the
video from the device is recorded.
N Before recording, check whether the antenna jack is properly connected to the recording device. To properly connect an
antenna to a recording device, refer to the recording device’s users manual.
¦ Listening through a Receiver (Home theatre)
You can listen to sound through a receiver instead of the TV speaker.
1. Press the TOOLS button. Press the ENTERE button to select Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC).
2. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Recording Immediately and press the ENTERE
button. Recording begins.
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select Receiver. Press the ◄ or ► button to select On or Off.
3. Press the EXIT button to exit.
N If your receiver supports audio only, it may not appear in the device list.
N If there is a power interruption to the TV when the Receiver is set to On (by
disconnecting the power cord or a power failure), the Speaker Select may be set to
External Speaker when you turn the TV on again.
View TV
Device List
Recording: DVDR
DVDR MENU
DVDR INFO
Receiver: Off
Setup
U Move E Enter R Return
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¦ Troubleshooting for Anynet+
Problem
Anynet+ does not work.
I want to start Anynet+.
I want to exit Anynet+.
Possible Solution
● Check if the device is an Anynet+ device. The Anynet+ system supports Anynet+ devices
only.
● Connect only one receiver (home theatre).
● Check if the Anynet+ device power cord is properly connected.
● Check the Anynet+ device’s Video/Audio/HDMI 1.3 cable connections.
● Check whether Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) is set to On in the Anynet+ setup menu.
● Check whether the TV remote control is in TV mode.
● Check whether it is Anynet+ exclusive remote control.
● Anynet+ doesn’t work in certain situations. (Searching channels, Operating Media Play,
Plug & Play, etc.)
● When connecting or removing the HDMI 1.3 cable, please make sure to search devices
again or turn your TV off and on again.
● Check if the Anynet+ Function of Anynet+ device is set on.
● Check if the Anynet+ device is properly connected to the TV and check if the Anynet+
(HDMI-CEC) is set to On in the Anynet+ Setup menu.
● Press the TV button on the TV remote control to switch to TV. Then press the TOOLS button
to show the Anynet+ menu and select a menu you want.
●
●
●
The message
‘Connecting to Anynet+
device...’ appears on the
screen.
The Anynet+ device does
not play.
The connected device is
not displayed.
●
You cannot use the remote control when you are configuring Anynet+ or switching to a view
mode.
Use the remote control when the Anynet+ setting or switching to view mode is complete.
●
You cannot use the play function when Plug & Play is in progress.
●
●
●
●
●
Check whether or not the device supports Anynet+ functions.
Check whether or not the HDMI 1.3 cable is properly connected.
Check whether Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) is set to On in the Anynet+ setup menu.
Search Anynet+ devices again.
You can connect an Anynet+ device using the HDMI 1.3 cable only. Some HDMI cables may
not support Anynet+ functions.
If it is terminated by an abnormal situation such as disconnecting the HDMI cable or power
cord or a power failure, please repeat the device scan.
Check whether the antenna jack on the recording device is properly connected.
●
●
The TV programme
cannot be recorded.
Select View TV in the Anynet+ menu.
Press the SOURCE button on the TV remote control and select a device other than Anynet+
devices.
Press P >/<, PRE-CH, and FAV.CH to change the TV mode. (Note that the channel
button operates only when a tuner-embedded Anynet+ device is not connected.)
●
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RECOMMENDATIONS
¦ Teletext Feature
Most television stations provide written information services via Teletext. The index page of the Teletext service gives you
information on how to use the service. In addition, you can select various options to suit your requirements by using the remote
control buttons.
N For Teletext information to be displayed correctly, channel reception must be stable. Otherwise, information may be missing or
some pages may not be displayed.
1 : (exit)
Exit from the Teletext display.
2 8 (store)
Used to store the Teletext pages.
1
3 4 (size)
Press to display the double-size letters in the upper half of the screen. For lower half
of the screen, press it again. To display normal screen, press it once again.
4 5 (reveal)
Used to display the hidden text (answers to quiz games, for example). To display
normal screen, press it again.
5 Colour buttons (red/green/yellow/blue)
If the FASTEXT system is used by a broadcasting company, the different topics
covered on a Teletext page are colour-coded and can be selected by pressing
the coloured buttons. Press one of them corresponding to the required. The page
is displayed with other coloured information that can be selected in the same
way. To display the previous or next page, press the corresponding coloured
button.
6 0 (mode)
Press to select the Teletext mode (LIST/ FLOF). If you press it in the LIST mode, it
switches into the List save mode. In the List save mode, you can save Teletext page
into list using the 8(store) button.
7 / (Teletext on/mix)
Press to activate Teletext mode after selecting the channel providing the Teletext
service. Press it twice to overlap the Teletext with the current broadcasting screen.
8
2
9
3
0
4
!
5
6
@
#
7
8 1 (sub-page)
Used to display the available sub-page.
9 6 (index)
Used to display the index (contents) page at any time while you are viewing Teletext.
0 9 (hold)
Used to hold the display on a given page if the selected page is linked with several
secondary pages which follow on automatically. To resume, press it again.
! 7 (cancel)
Used to display the broadcast when searching for a page.
@ 2 (page up)
Used to display the next Teletext page.
# 3 (page down)
Used to display the previous Teletext page.
N You can change Teletext pages by pressing the numeric buttons on the remote control.
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The Teletext pages are organized according to six categories:
Part
A
B
C
D
E
F
Contents
Selected page number.
Broadcasting channel identity.
Current page number or search indications.
Date and time.
Text.
Status information.
FASTEXT information.
N Teletext information is often divided between several pages displayed in sequence, which can be accessed by:
• Entering the page number
• Selecting a title in a list
• Selecting a coloured heading (FASTEXT system)
N Teletext level supported by the TV is version 2.5 which is capable of displaying additional graphics or text.
N Depending upon the transmission, blank side panels can occur when displaying Teletext.
N In these cases, additional graphics or text is not transmitted.
N Older TV’s which do not support version 2.5 are not capable of displaying any additional graphics or text, regardless of the
Teletext transmission.
O Press the TV button to exit from the Teletext display.
¦ Installing the Stand
1. Attach your LED TV to the stand.
N Two or more people should carry the TV.
N Make sure to distinguish between the front and back of the stand when assembling
them.
N To make sure the TV is installed on the stand at a proper level, do not apply excess
downward pressure to the upper left of right sides of the TV.
2. Fasten screws at position 1 and then fasten screws at position 2.
N Stand the product up and fasten the screws. If you fasten the screws with the LED TV
placed down, it may lean to one side.
N The stand is installed for models with the screen size of 37 inch and above.
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¦ Disconnecting the Stand
1. Remove four screws from the back of the TV.
2. Separate the stand from the TV.
N Two or more people should carry the TV.
3. Cover the bottom hole with the cover.
¦ Installing the Wall Mount Kit
Wall mount items (sold separately) allow you to mount the TV on the wall.
For detailed information on installing the wall mount, see the instructions provided with the
Wall Mount items. Contact a technician for assistance when installing the wall mounted
bracket.
Samsung Electronics is not responsible for any damage to the product or injury to yourself or
others if you elect to install the TV on your own.
Do not install your Wall Mount Kit while your TV is turned on. It may result in personal
injury due to electric shock.
N Remove the stand and cover the bottom hole with a cap and fasten with two screws.
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¦ Assembling the Cables
❑ Stand Type
N Enclose the cables in the Holder-Wire Cable so that the cables are not visible through the transparent stand.
1
1
2
2
3
3
❑ Wall-Mount Type
1
1
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¦ Anti-Theft Kensington Lock
The Kensington Lock is a device used to physically fix the system when using it in a public
place. The appearance and locking method may differ from the illustration depending on the
manufacturer.
Refer to the manual provided with the Kensington Lock for proper use.
N The locking device has to be purchased separately.
N The location of the Kensington Lock may be different depending on its model.
. Insert the locking device into the Kensington slot on the LED TV (1) and turn it in the
locking direction (2).
3
2
1
. Connect the Kensington Lock cable (3).
. Fix the Kensington Lock to a desk or a heavy stationary object.
¦ Preparing before installing Wall-Mount
To install a wall-mount from another manufacturer, use the Holder-Ring 1.
1
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¦ Securing the TV to the Wall
Caution: Pulling, pushing, or climbing on the TV may cause the TV to fall. In particular, ensure your
children do not hang over or destabilize the TV; doing so may cause the TV to tip over, causing serious
injuries or death. Follow all safety precautions provided on the included Safety Flyer. For added stability,
install the anti-fall device for safety purposes, as follows.
■
To avoid the TV from falling:
. Put the screws into the clamps and firmly fasten them onto the wall. Confirm that the
screws have been firmly installed onto the wall.
N You may need additional material such as an anchor depending on the type of
wall.
N Since the necessary clamps, screws, and string are not supplied, please
purchase these additionally.
Wall
. Remove the screws from the centre back of the TV, put the screws into the clamps,
and then fasten the screws onto the TV again.
N Screws may not be supplied with the product. In this case, please purchase the
screws of the following specifications.
N Screw Specifications
• For a 32 ~ 40 Inch LED TV: M6 X 15 / For a 40 ~ 55 inch LED TV : M8 X L30
. Connect the clamps fixed onto the TV and the clamps fixed onto the wall with a strong
string and then tie the string tightly.
N Install the TV near to the wall so that it does not fall backwards.
N It is safe to connect the string so that the clamps fixed on the wall are equal to or
lower than the clamps fixed on the TV.
N Untie the string before moving the TV.
Wall
. Verify all connections are properly secured. Periodically check connections for any
sign of fatigue for failure. If you have any doubt about the security of your connections,
contact a professional installer.
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¦ Troubleshooting: Before Contacting Service Personnel
N Before contacting service personnel
Problem
No sound or picture
Possible Solution
Normal picture but no sound
Check the volume.
Check whether the MUTEM button has been pressed on the remote control.
Check the Speaker Select settings.
Screen is black and power
indicator light blinks steadily
On your computer check; Power, Signal Cable.
The TV is using its power management system.
Move the computer’s mouse or press any key on the keyboard.
No picture or black and white
picture
Sound and picture interference
Adjust the colour settings.
Check that the broadcast system selected is correct.
Blurred or snowy picture,
distorted sound
Remote control malfunctions
Check the direction, location and connections of your aerial.
This interference is often due to the use of an indoor aerial.
‘Check signal cable.’ message is
displayed
On PC mode, ‘Not Supported
Mode.’ message is displayed
The damaged picture appears in
the corner of the screen
The ‘Resets all settings to
the default values.’ message
appears.
You may see small particles if
you look closely at the edge of
the bezel surrounding the TV
screen.
Check that the signal cable is firmly connected to the PC or video sources.
Check that the PC or video sources are turned on.
Check that the mains lead has been connected to a wall socket.
Check that you have pressed the button on your set.
Check the picture contrast and brightness settings.
Check the volume.
Try to identify the electrical appliance that is affecting the set and move it further away.
Plug your set into a different mains socket.
Replace the remote control batteries.
Clean the upper edge of the remote control (transmission window).
Check the battery terminals.
Check the maximum resolution and the frequency of the video adaptor.
Compare these values with the data in the Display Modes.
If Screen Fit is selected in some external devices, the damaged picture may appear in the corner of the
screen. This symptom is caused by external devices, not TV.
This appears when you press and hold the EXIT button for a while. The product settings are reset to the
factory defaults.
This is part of the product’s design and is not a defect.
N This TFT LED panel uses a panel consisting of sub pixels (6 220 800) which require sophisticated technology to produce.
However, there may be few bright or dark pixels on the screen. These pixels will have no impact on the performance of the
product.
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¦ Specifications
Model Name
Screen Size
(Diagonal)
PC Resolution
(Optimum)
Sound
(Output)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Without Stand
With stand
Weight
With Stand
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
Stand Swivel
(Left / Right)
Model Name
Screen Size
(Diagonal)
PC Resolution
(Optimum)
Sound
(Output)
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Without Stand
With stand
Weight
With Stand
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
Stand Swivel
(Left / Right)
UA40B6000
UA46B6000
40 inch
46 inch
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
10W X 2
10W X 2
983 X 30 X 631 mm
983 X 255 X 688 mm
1115 X 30 X 705 mm
1115 X 275 X 763 mm
18 kg
23 kg
10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)
10% to 80%, non-condensing
-20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F)
5% to 95%, non-condensing
-20˚ ~ 20˚
UA55B6000
55 inch
1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
15W X 2
1307 x 30 x 815 mm
1307 x 305 x 873 mm
28 kg
10°C to 40°C (50°F to 104°F)
10% to 80%, non-condensing
-20°C to 45°C (-4°F to 113°F)
5% to 95%, non-condensing
-20˚ ~ 20˚
N Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
N This device is a Class B digital apparatus.
N For the power supply and Power Consumption, refer to the label attached to the product.
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●
●
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This product uses parts of the software from the Independent JPEG Group.
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15.Disclaimer of Warranty.
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ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA
OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF
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If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to
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To do so, attach the following notices to the program. It is safest to attach them to the start of each source file to most effectively
state the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least the “copyright” line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.
<one line to give the program’s name and a brief idea of what it does.> Copyright (C) <year> <name of author>
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied
warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for
more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.
org/licenses/>.
Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
<program> Copyright (C) <year> <name of author> This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type
`show w’. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `show c’ for details.
The hypothetical commands `show w’ and `show c’ should show the appropriate parts of the General Public License. Of course,
your program’s commands might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an “about box”.
You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school, if any, to sign a “copyright disclaimer” for the program,
if necessary.
For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program into proprietary programs. If your program is a
subroutine library, you may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with the library. If this is what you want
to do, use the GNU Lesser General Public License instead of this License. But first, please read <http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/
why-not-lgpl.html>.
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¦ LICENSE ISSUES
The OpenSSL toolkit stays under a dual license, i.e. both the conditions of the OpenSSL License and the original SSLeay license
apply to the toolkit. See below for the actual license texts. Actually both licenses are BSD-style Open Source licenses. In case of
any license issues related to OpenSSL please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
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Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
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3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgment: “This product
includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)”
4. The names “OpenSSL Toolkit” and “OpenSSL Project” must not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this
software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
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This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by
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Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved.
This package is an SSL implementation written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The implementation was written so as to
conform with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as the following conditions are aheared to. The following
conditions apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL
documentation included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@
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a product, Eric Young should be given attribution as the author of the parts of the library used. This can be in the form of a textual
message at program startup or in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
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