Samsung | HG40EE590SK | Samsung HG40EE590SK Operating instrustions

LED TV
Installation manual
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Instruction
This TV is provided with interactive functionality through a set-back box (SBB/STB) connected to the TV, and with other TVs in a computercontrolled system for hotels and other hospitality businesses.
Interactive: When the TV is powered-up initially, it sends a command to identify the SBB/STB; if identified, the TV switches to ONLINE mode
and full control is through the SBB/STB.
If the TV is in ONLINE mode, it stops receiving IR(Samsung remote) commands and acts according to interface protocol.
Stand-Alone: If SBB/STB is not identified, the TV should be switched to STAND-ALONE mode with restricted operation.
Operational Modes
When this TV (in Hotel mode) is operated with a SBB/STB, it is in one of two states :
•• ONLINE or STAND-ALONE. In the STAND-ALONE state, the TV will act as a Hotel TV, but without active communication. This is to prevent
guests from trying to cheat the system by disconnecting the SBB/STB.
Hotel TV
Hotel Mode On
Power
ON
SBB/STB Online if
one success within
10 attempts
Stand-alone Mode
SBB/STB StatusAttempt every 2secs
SBB/STB Online-10
consecutive fails
Online Mode
Poll Rate 20/sec
To set the details for Stand-alone or interactive mode, refer to pages 20-25(Setting the hotel option data : Stand-alone mode and
Interactive mode)
•• Some operations may be restricted to prevents guests from "cheating" the TV system.
•• No main menu(Interactive mode) or Channel Menu, Plug & Play in Main Menu (Stand-Alone mode)
•• Limited Volume and Panel key lock or unlock
Still image warning
Avoid displaying still images (like jpeg picture files) or still image element (like TV Program logo, panorama or 4:3 image format, stock or
news bar at screen bottom etc.) on the screen. Constant displaying of still picture can cause uneven wear of screen phosphor, which will
affect image quality. To reduce risk of this effect, please follow below recommendations:
•• Avoid displaying the same TV channel for long periods.
•• Always try do display any image on full screen, use TV set picture format menu for best possible match.
•• Reduce brightness and contrast values to minimum required to achieve desired picture quality, exceeded values may speed up the
burnout process.
•• Frequently use all TV features designed to reduce image retention and screen burnout. Refer to the relevant user manual section for
details.
Securing the Installation Space
Keep required distances between the product and other objects (e.g. walls) to ensure proper ventilation.
Failing to do so may result in fire or a problem with the product due to an increase in the internal temperature.
•• When using a stand or wall-mount, use parts provided by Samsung Electronics only.
–– Using parts provided by another manufacturer may result in a problem with the product or injuries due to the product falling.
•• The appearance may differ, depending on the product.
Installation with a stand.
Installation with a wall-mount.
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
10 cm
Contents
•• Assembling the swivel................................................................................................................................................. 5
•• Installing the LED TV Stand........................................................................................................................................ 6
•• Viewing the Connection Panel................................................................................................................................... 9
•• TV Controller.................................................................................................................................................................. 12
•• Viewing the Remote Control....................................................................................................................................... 13
•• Connecting the TV with SBB....................................................................................................................................... 15
•• Connecting the Bathroom Speakers......................................................................................................................... 16
•• Connecting the MediaHub HD.................................................................................................................................... 17
•• Connecting the RJP (Remote Jack Pack).................................................................................................................. 18
•• Setting the Hotel Option Data.................................................................................................................................... 20
•• Installing the Wall Mount............................................................................................................................................ 65
•• Securing the TV to the Wall......................................................................................................................................... 66
•• Anti-theft Kensington Lock......................................................................................................................................... 66
•• Specifications................................................................................................................................................................. 67
•• Dimensions..................................................................................................................................................................... 68
•• Licence............................................................................................................................................................................ 70
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•• Accessories..................................................................................................................................................................... 4
Accessories
✎✎ Please make sure the following items are included with your LED TV. If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
✎✎ The items’ colour and shapes may vary depending on the model.
•• Remote Control & Batteries (AAA x 2)
•• Hotel Mount Kit
•• Quick Setup Guide
•• Warranty Card / Regulatory Guide (Not available in
some locations)
•• Power Cord / Data Cable
•• Cable Holder
✎✎ The stand and stand screw may not be included, depending on the model.
✎✎ The Data Cable may not be included, depending on the SI Vendor.
Correct Disposal of This Product (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature indicates that the product and its electronic
accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be disposed of with other household waste at the
end of their working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled
waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. Household users should contact either the retailer
where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can
take these items for environmentally safe recycling. Business users should contact their supplier and check
the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product and its electronic accessories should not be
mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
Correct disposal of batteries in this product
(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate battery return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging indicates that the batteries in this product should not
be disposed of with other household waste at the end of their working life. Where marked, the chemical
symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above the reference
levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed of, these substances can cause harm
to human health or the environment. To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse, please
separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle them through your local, free battery return
system.
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Assembling the swivel
]] WARNING:
If you configure the TV to swivel, you must attach it securely to the floor, a desk, a dresser top, etc.
as described in the installation instructions.
The LED TVs have swivel stands. You can configure these stands so that the TVs swivel 20 degrees left and right, 60
degrees left and right, or 90 degrees left and right using the BRACKET HOLDER SWIVEL.
* The product ships with its stand's swivel angle set to 20°
¦¦ 20° Swivel
To configure the TV so that it swivels 20° left and right, insert the prong on the bottom of the stand through the curved
hole in the Bracket Holder Swivel marked 20°. Then, fix the Bracket Holder Swivel to the stand using the three supplied
screws as shown below.
¦¦ 60° Swivel
To configure the TV so that it swivels 60° left and right, insert the prong on the bottom of the stand through the curved
hole in the Bracket Holder Swivel marked 60°. Then, fix the Bracket Holder Swivel to the stand using the three supplied
screws as shown below.
¦¦ 90° Swivel
To configure the TV so that it swivels 90° left and right, remove the Bracket Holder Swivel, and then screw the three
supplied screws into the stand as shown below.
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Installing the LED TV Stand
The 32” and larger LED TVs have swivel stands. You can set these stands so that the TVs swivel 20 degrees left and right or
90 degrees left and right.
Stand Components
When installing the stand, use the provided components and parts.
A 1 EA
B 1 EA
C
Stand
Guide Stand
x8 (M4 x L12)
Screws
HG32EE590 / HG40EE590
1
C
x4 (M4 X L12)
B
Front
A
ATTENTION
Rear
DO NOT USE
CHEMICALS
DO NOT USE
GREASE
DO NOT
USE OIL
Side View
2
✎✎ Place a soft cloth over the table to
protect the TV, and then place the
TV on the cloth screen-side down.
✎✎ Insert the Stand Guide into the slot
on the bottom of the TV.
(Correct assembly)
(Incorrect assembly)
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4
C
x4 (M4 X L12)
When you encounter a slope, try reassemble from
Step 2.
✎✎ Fix the stand guide on the TV not to be moved.
✎✎ Progress the assembly of screw in the manual’s order.
✎✎ NOTE
•• Make sure to distinguish between the front and back of each component when assembling them.
•• Make sure that at least two persons lift and move the TV.
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¦¦ Hotel Mount Kit
Short Bolt (x 2)
Long Bolt (x 2)
Washer (x 2)
Nut (x 2)
or
]] Affix the stand to a flat surface
such as a dresser top, desk top, or
entertainment center as shown.
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WARNING: To prevent injury, you must attach this TV securely to the floor, a table, a dresser top, etc. with
the Hotel Mount Kit as described in these instructions.
Viewing the Connection Panel
HG32EE590
HG40EE590
✎✎ Whenever you connect an external device to your TV, make sure that power on the unit is turned off.
✎✎ When connecting an external device, match the colour of the connection terminal to the cable.
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1 USB (HDD/1.0A) / CLONING, USB (5V 0.5A) / CLONING
–– Connector for software upgrades and Media Play, etc.
–– Service connection.
2 COMMON INTERFACE
3 ANT IN / ANT IN (AIR/CABLE)
–– To view television channels correctly, the TV must receive a signal from one of the following sources:
–– An outdoor antenna / A cable television system
4 HEADPHONE JACK
Headphones may be connected to the headphone jack on your TV. While the headphones are connected, the sound
from the built-in speakers is disabled.
5 HP-ID
Connect the cable to HP-ID and Headphone Jack simultaneously and connect it to separated Headphone Box. See page
16. When connecting Headphone to Headphone Box, it works same as Headphone function.
6 LAN
Connect to a wired LAN using CAT 7 cable.
7 DATA
–– Used to support data communication between the TV and the SBB.
–– Connects using RJ-12 TV type plugs.
8 HDMI IN 1, 2(ARC)
Connects to the HDMI jack of a device with an HDMI output.
✎✎ No sound connection is needed for an HDMI-HDMI connection. HDMI connections carry both audio and video.
9 RJP
This port is an RJP (Remote Jack Pack) communication port that enables connecting different devices to additional
modules to improve device use and convenience.
0DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (OPTICAL)
Connects to a Digital Audio component.
!AV IN
–– Connect audio cables to "R-AUDIO-L" on your TV and the other ends to corresponding audio out jacks on an A/V
device.
–– Connect RCA audio cables (optional) to "R-AUDIO-L" on the rear of the TV set and the other ends to corresponding
audio out jacks on the external device.
–– When connecting to AV IN, the colour of the AV IN [Y/VIDEO] jack (Green) does not match the colour of the video
cable (Yellow).
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Display Modes
You can also select one of the standard resolutions listed in the Resolution column. The TV will automatically adjust to the
resolution you choose.
After connecting a computer to the TV, set the screen resolution for the TV on the computer. The optimal resolution is 1920
x 1080 @ 60 Hz. If it is set to any other than in the table below, the TV may display nothing. Set the resolution properly,
referring to the user guide of the computer or its graphic card.
The resolutions in the table are recommended.
✎✎ Optimal resolution is 1920 X 1080 @ 60 Hz.
Mode
Resolution
Horizontal Frequency
(KHz)
Vertical Frequency
(Hz)
Pixel Clock
Frequency (MHz)
Sync Polarity
(H / V)
IBM
720 x 400
31.469
70.087
28.322
-/+
MAC
640 x 480
832 x 624
1152 x 870
35.000
49.726
68.681
66.667
74.551
75.062
30.240
57.284
100.000
-/-/-/-
VESA DMT
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 720
1280 x 800
1280 x 960
1366 x 768
1440 x 900
1600 x 900RB
1680 x 1050
1920 x 1080
31.469
37.861
37.500
37.879
48.077
46.875
48.363
56.476
60.023
67.500
63.981
79.976
45.000
49.702
60.000
47.712
55.935
60.000
65.290
67.500
59.940
72.809
75.000
60.317
72.188
75.000
60.004
70.069
75.029
75.000
60.020
75.025
60.000
59.810
60.000
60.015
59.887
60.000
59.954
60.000
25.175
31.500
31.500
40.000
50.000
49.500
65.000
75.000
78.750
108.000
108.000
135.000
74.250
83.500
108.000
85.500
106.500
108.000
146.250
148.500
-/-/-/+/+
+/+
+/+
-/-/+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
+/+
-/+
+/+
+/+
-/+
+/+
-/+
+/+
✎✎ When using an HDMI/DVI cable connection, you must use the HDMI IN 1 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.
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TV Controller
TV Controller is a multi directional button that helps navigate without using the remote control.
✎✎ Some functions which require a PIN code may not be available.
✎✎ The product colour and shape may vary, depending on the model.
✎✎ Exits the menu when pressing the controller for more than 1 second.
✎✎ The TV's Controller, a small joy stick like button on the bottom right side of the TV, lets you control the TV without
the remote control.
Control Menu
: Power Off
: Volume Up
: Channel Up
: Volume Down
: Channel Down
: Source
TV Controller / Remote control sensor
Press: Move
Press & Hold: Select
The TV Controller is placed at the bottom of the TV.
Standby mode
Do not leave your product in standby mode for long periods of time (when you are away on a holiday, for example). A small
amount of electric power is still consumed even when the power button is turned off.
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Viewing the Remote Control
✎✎ This remote control has Braille points on the Power, Channel, and Volume buttons and can be used by visually
impaired persons.
Turns the TV on and off.
Display and select available video
sources.
Have direct access to channels.
Alternately selects Teletext, Double
or Mix.
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
display.
Cut off the sound temporarily.
Change channels.
Adjust the volume.
Display channel list on the screen.
HOME
Display the main on-screen menu.
MENU
Quickly select frequently used
functions.
TOOLS
Switch to the HOME Screen.
CONTENT
View the Contents Home.
Press to display information on the
TV screen.
CLOCK: When you press INFO key in
standby mode, TV screen displays
the time.
Select on-screen menu items and
change menu values.
Exit the menu.
Return to the previous menu.
Buttons in the Channel List,
Contents Home menu, etc.
ALARM: Enter the hour you want
the TV to turn on.
X: Turns the 3D image on or off.
( Not available )
SUBT.: Displays digital subtitles.
ALARM
SUBT.
Use these buttons in the Contents
Home.
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Installing batteries (Battery size: AAA)
✎✎ NOTE
•• Use the remote control within 7m of the TV.
•• Bright light may affect the performance of the remote control. Avoid using nearby special fluorescent light or
neon signs.
•• The colour and shape may vary depending on the model.
•• Remote control button 'HOME' & '3D' are not supported. When pressing these buttons, the TV unit does not
respond.
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Connecting the TV with SBB
TV Rear Panel
ETH MODEM
Data Cable
1. Connect the DATA jack of the TV to the [ETH MODEM] jack of the STB (SBB) with the Data cable.
✎✎ Use data communication.
¦¦ List of Vendors and Compatible Data Cables Supplied with the TV
•• Confirm that you are using the correct data cable for your vendor. Refer to the code label on the data cables.
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1
TV SIDE
STB SIDE
1
6
CON A
CON B
CON A
6: NC
5: IR
4: GND
3: Rx
2: Tx
1: Nc
CON A
CON B
5
6
4
2
3
5
2
3
CON B
1: NC
2: GND
3: Rx
4: NC
5: Tx
6: IR
✎✎ Operation Specification of Data Cable(RJ12) : RS232
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Connecting the Bathroom Speakers
You can connect the Bathroom Speakers using the following method.
¦¦ Audio Loop In
An additional Headphone Box can be installed on a bed or business desk for added convenience. The installation
procedures are given below.
•• Detailed Drawing of the Headphone Box.
TV Rear Panel
HEADPHON BOX
Headphone Box
Shield wire
TV Headphones jack
Red Wire (Audio-R)
Whitewire (Audio-L)
Red wire + White wire
Shield Wire
TV HP-ID jack
<Headphone Box>
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Connecting the MediaHub HD
Output to any external source connected to MediaHub HD on the hotel desk.
MediaHub HD Rear
HDMI
USB
TV Rear Panel
RS/232
2 HDMI cable
1 RS-232 Data
Cable
1. Connect the RJP port of the TV and the RS/232 port of the MediaHub HD.
2. Connect the HDMI IN 1, 2(ARC) port of the TV and the HDMI port of the MediaHub HD.
•• MediaHub HD
–– The MediaHub HD is a hardware module that has different Audio Video inputs (A/V, Audio, PC, HDMI and USB)
and corresponding outputs. The corresponding output sources connect from MediaHub to the TV. MediaHub
communicates with the TV via RS232. Hot Plug & Play is a function that allows hotel guests to connect an
external source to the MediaHub. MediaHub communicates with the TV by sending messages regarding Active/
Inactive sources. The TV switches to the Active external source.
–– You have to connect the HDMI of the MediaHub to the HDMI IN 1 port of the TV.
–– When the TV is on, connect the TV and the RJP within 10 seconds.
•• Special features
–– PIP
–– Auto Detection
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Connecting the RJP (Remote Jack Pack)
Output to any external source connected to RJP on the hotel desk.
RJP Rear
USB
HDMI
VIDEO AUDIO AUDIO/PC
RS/232
TV Rear Panel
1 HDMI cable
2
1. Connect the HDMI IN 1, 2(ARC) port of the TV and the HDMI port of the RJP.
2. Connect the RJP port of the TV and the RS/232 port of the RJP.
✎✎ The RJP (Remote Jack Pack) compatible with this Samsung TV is TeleAdapt TA-7610, TA-7650 (HD) and TA-7660
(HD Plus).
•• RJP (Remote Jack Pack): RJP stands for Remote Jack Pack. The RJP is a hardware module that has different Audio
Video inputs (A/V, Audio, PC and HDMI) and corresponding outputs. The corresponding output sources are connected
from RJP to TV. The RJP communicates with the TV via RS232. Hot Plug & Play is a function that allows hotel guests
to connect an external source to the RJP. The RJP communicates with the TV by sending messages regarding Active/
Inactive sources. The TV will switch to the Active external source according to the priority set by the User.
✎✎ You can select HDMI IN 1, 2(ARC) and AV IN for connecting RJP.
✎✎ When the TV is on, connect the TV and the RJP within 10 seconds.
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•• The RJP can be returned to the factory default settings by pressing the A/V and HDMI buttons simultaneously for 10
seconds. All LEDs blink 5 times to acknowledge that this has been finished.
•• The RJP will automatically turn off any LEDs after 5 minutes to avoid unnecessary light pollution in the hotel room.
The LEDs that were turned off will turn on again if the guest touches any of the buttons and the 5 minute timer
will restart. If the guest then touches another source button, the TV will change to the selected source and the
corresponding LED will be lit.
•• After an RJP Reset or a TV Power OFF/ON, it takes approx. 10 seconds to establish communications between the TV and
the RJP.
•• The following table shows the approximate time in seconds to switch from the TV to the input source, based on the
priority.
✎✎ Scenario 1: When no inputs are connected.
Source
To Connect
AV
PC
HDMI
2 Sec
0.7 Sec
3.9 Sec
✎✎ Scenario 2: When two or more inputs are connected and an Input source is disconnected and then reconnected.
Source
Disconnect
To Connect
Total
AV
PC
HDMI
4.5 Sec
0.7 Sec
3.9 Sec
2 Sec
0.7 Sec
3.9 Sec
6.5 Sec
1.4 Sec
7.8 Sec
✎✎ E.g. If the RJP has all its live sources AV, PC and HDMI connected, AV is viewed as the highest priority. If the RJP
is in HDMI mode, and a guest removes and reconnects the AV, the minimum time required to switch to the AV is
6.5 seconds.
•• To connect audio (Ipod or Mp3), Music mode should be ON and Jack Ident detect should be OFF.
•• A/V, PC and HDMI input sources are supported.
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Setting the Hotel Option Data
To Enter: Press the MUTE → 1 → 1 → 9 → ENTERE buttons in order. (From the Hospitality mode, the Standalone mode is
set.)
To Exit from this menu : power off and turn on again.
✎✎ Depending on Model and Region, some menus do not exist on the TV set.
Hotel TV Function
Description
Category
Item
Initial value
Hospitality
Mode
Hospitality Mode
Standalone
SI Vendor
SI Vendor
OFF
•• Interactive mode : Samsung / 2M / Locatel / VDA / VDA-S / Acentic / Innvne /
Quadriga / ETV / Ibahn / Magilink / Otrum / Siemens / Amino / MDC / Enseo
•• Standalone mode : OFF / Movielink / Swisscom / Smoovie / SSCP
Power On Channel
Last Saved
Set the default values that will be applied when the TV is turned on.
•• User Defined : Lets you set Power On Channel and Channel Type manually. See
Power On Channel and Channel Type below.
•• Last Saved : If you select this item, when the TV is turned on, it displays the
channel it was displaying when it was turned off.
Power On Channel
Num
1
Power On Channel
Type
ATV
Power On Volume
Last Saved
Power On Volume
Num
10
The TV turns on with this Volume Level in Stand Alone Hospitality mode.
Power On
Select channel band : AIR (analogue air band), DTV (digital air band), CATV
(analogue cable band), CDTV (digital cable band)
•• User Defined : Lets you set the Power On Volume manually. See Power On
Volume below.
•• Last Saved : When the TV is turned on, it returns to the volume that had been
set when the power had been turned off.
Min Volume
0
The minimum Volume Level the user can set in Stand Alone Hospitality mode.
100
The maximum Volume Level the user can set in Stand Alone Hospitality mode.
Power On Source
TV
Select the input source the TV displays when turns on.
Last Option
Determines the TV's state when power returns after a power failure or after you
have unplugged the TV and then plugged it in again.
•• Last Option : Returns to its last Power state. If it was in Stand-by, it returns to
Stand-by. If it was on, it turns on.
•• Power On : When the power returns, the TV turns on.
•• Standby : When the power returns, the TV enters the Standby mode.
Channel Setup
Gives you direct, immediate access to some of the Channel menu functions on the
user Channel menu such as Auto Tunning, Antenna selection, etc.
Channel Editor
The Channel Editor lets you edit the channels stored in the TV's memory. Using
Channel Editor you can:
•• Change the channel numbers and names, and sort the channels in your desired
channel number order.
•• Apply the video mute to channels you select. The video mute blanks out the
video from a channel and outputs only the sound while displaying a speaker
icon on the screen.
The Channel Editor also lets you view information about each channel easily,
without your having to display each channel directly.
Mixed Channel
Map
This Feature enables showing/browsing all antenna type (Air/Cable or Satellite)
channels at the same time.
•• ON: When ON, guests can access the complete Channel Map irrespective of the
selected antenna type. The Channel list will also populate Air as well Cable type
channels.
•• OFF: When OFF, guest can access the Channel Map corresponding to the
selected antenna type [AIR/CABLE or Satellite] only. The Channel list/Editor will
only show the selected antenna type channels.
Channel
English
When the TV is turned on, it switches automatically to this channel.
Max Volume
Power On Option
20
Select Hospitality mode.
•• Interactive mode : TV works with an SI STB or SBB.
•• Standalone mode : TV works alone, without an SI STB or SBB.
ON
Hotel TV Function
Category
Item
Description
Initial value
OFF
•• ON: Check the DTV Programme channel number. (the TV channel editor is
inaccessible)
•• OFF: Do not check the DTV Programme channel number. (the DTV channel
editor is accessible, but additional channel Programme number update is not
supported)
ON
When there is a mismatch between the data in the channel map and the
transmitted data, the TV autotunes the channels to restore the data/parameters
in the channel map.
•• ON: When Channel Rescan Message is ON, The OSD showing that the channels
are being rescanned will be displayed to Hotel Guests.
•• OFF: A Hotel Admin can turn the Channel Rescan Message OFF, if the rescan
message OSD should not to be displayed to Hotel Guests.
Pan Euro MHEG
OFF
•• OFF: If Pan Euro MHEG is set to Off, MHEG runs according to the existing
product specifications.
•• ON: If Pan Euro MHEG is set to On, MHEG is ON regardless of the product
specifications or region.
My Channel
OFF
Genre Editor
..
Dynamic SI
Channel Rescan
Message
Channel
Enable or disable the My Channel feature.
Edith the genre for channels. (Available when My Channel is On)
Subtitle Auto On
OFF
This function turns the function On/Off that automatically turns on the subtitles
in a specific country.
This function is supported for Hotel TVs that are ready to receive DVB broadcasts
that is heading to Europe.
This function is related to France’s subtitle specification. The rest of the countries’
subtitles function according to the appropriate country specifications regardless
of the Subtitle Auto On function.
•• ON: When the Subtitle Auto On function is ON, it follows France’s subtitle
specifications.
•• OFF: When the Subtitle Auto On function is OFF, it does not follow France’s
subtitle specifications.
TTX Widescreen
Mode
OFF
Widen the subtitle section to fit the screen width.
Picture Menu Lock
OFF
Enable or disable the Picture Menu.
Menu Display
ON
•• ON : Main Menu display.
•• OFF : Main Menu No display.
Tools Display
ON
Hide or show the Tools menu.
Channel Menu
Display
OFF
Hide or show the Channel menu.
Turning the front panel (local key) operations on/off.
•• Unlock : Unlocks all panel keys.
•• Lock : Locks all panel keys.
•• OnlyPower : Locks all panel keys except the Power panel key.
•• Menu/Source : Locks the Menu and Source panel keys.
Panel Button Lock
Unlock
Home Menu
Display
ON
•• OFF : The Home Menu is not displayed.
•• ON : The Home Menu is displayed.
Home Menu Editor
Edit Home Menu
Home Menu Auto
Start
ON
•• ON : The Home Menu is Auto Start.
•• OFF : The Home Menu is not Auto Start.
BT Auto Remove
Device List
ON
Delete Device List in when power on or off.
•• ON: Connection history is removed in BT Music Player.
•• OFF: Disable this feature.
Menu OSD
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Hotel TV Function
Category
Clock
Item
Initial value
Clock Type
OFF
External
Source
Bathroom
Speaker
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•• OFF : No clock option of Factory menu shall work. Only Main menu.
•• SW Clock : SW clock shall work only.
Local Time
Manual
Select the method to update the clock data.
•• Manual: Use clock data from DVB channel or manual clock setting When the TV
is in the stand-alone mode.
•• TTX: Bring up the time information from the TTX stream.
•• Time Channel: Use clock data from the selected Channel type and Channel num.
Timer Type
WakeUp
Enable or disable the alarm function.
•• WakeUp : Enable the alarm function to turn on the device at the specified time.
•• OnOff : Disable the Alarm function.
Music Mode AV
OFF
To get music output from an mp3/audio player through an AV Input Source. When
on, you can hear sound from the player through the TV even there is no video
signal. The TV’s backlight, however, remains on. And add a video signal,it works
normally.
Music Mode PC
OFF
To get music output from an mp3/audio player through a PC Input Source. When
on, you can hear sound from the player through the TV even there is no video
signal. The TV’s backlight, however, remains on. And add a video signal,it works
normally.
Music Mode Comp
OFF
Allows music output from an mp3/audio player connected to an Component Input
Source on the TV. When on, you can hear sound from the player through the TV
whether there is a video signal or not. Also mutes the video so the TV does not
display a picture when a guest is playing music. The TV's backlight, however,
remains on.
Music Mode
Backlight
OFF
Backlight On/Off option in Music mode to save energy
Priority AV
1
If the jack priority is set, the corresponding source is automatically set when a
jack is inserted according to the jack priority
Priority PC
2
If the jack priority is set, the corresponding source is automatically set when a
jack is inserted according to the jack priority.
Priority HDMI
3
If the jack priority is set, the corresponding source is automatically set when a
jack is inserted according to the jack priority.
AV Option
AV
HDMI Option
HDMI 1
Select which HDMI source of the TV is connected to the RJP jack. (HDMI1/HDMI2/
HDMI3)
USB Pop-up
Screen
Default
When USB is connected to the TV,
•• Default : A Popup window appears.
•• Automatic : This Enters the USB content menu automatically.
•• Disable : Neither the pop-up window nor the menu appears.
Music Mode
Remote Jack
Pack
Description
Select RJP AV Source (Source selection depends on Model).
External Source
Banner
ON
Users can set External Source Banner to On or Off.
•• ON : When TV power is On or the Mode changes, the TV will displays the external
source banner.
•• OFF : When TV power is On or the Mode changes, the TV does not display the
external source banner.
Auto Source
OFF
•• OFF : Auto Source is Off.
•• ON : When an external source is connected to the TV, the TV will auto-ident and
switch the input source.
•• PC : Auto Ident PC Input only.
Anynet+ Return
Source
Power On Src
Select the return TV source after stopping an Anynet+(HDMI-CEC) connection.
(This fuction is especially useful for the Guestlink RJP.)
Sub AMP Mode
2
Determines the Sub AMP operation mode.
•• 0: Turns the Sub AMP function off (PWM off).
•• 1: Determines the Sub volume according to the main volume control.
•• That is, the sub volume is determined according to the Power On Volume, the
Min Volume, and the Max
•• 2: Determines the volume according to the bathroom control panel setting.
Sub AMP Volume
6
Sub AMP Volume level at power on initial condition.
Hotel TV Function
Category
HP
Management
Eco Solution
Item
OFF
Default HP Volume
10
Configure the values of headphones' volume when HP MODE is set to ON.
Main Speaker
ON
•• ON: Plays the TV sound through the TV speaker.
•• OFF: Plays the TV sound through the headphones only.
Energy Saving
OFF
Adjusts the brightness of the TV to recduce power consumption.
•• Off: Turns off the energy saving function.
•• Low: Sets the TV to low energy saving mode.
•• Medium: Sets the TV to medium energy saving mode.
•• High: Sets the TV to high energy saving mode.
Welcome Message
OFF
displays on Welcome Message.
Hospitality Logo
Edit the Welcome Message.
OFF
Logo/
Message
Hospitality Logo
DL
..
Logo Display Time
..
Turns the Hospitality logo feature OFF, BMP, AVI, BOTH. If not OFF, when the TV is
turned on, the Logo is displayed, before the signal from the initial source, for the
amount of time set in “Logo Display Time”.
Downloads the Hospitality logo.
Hospitality logo file requirements:
•• BMP or AVI files only.
•• Max file size : BMP - 960 X 540. AVI - 30MB.
•• The file can only be named samsung.bmp or samsung.avi.
Set the logo display time (3/5/7 Seconds).
Clone TV to USB
Clone the current TV option values to a USB memory device.
Clone USB to TV
Clone the saved TV option values in a USB memory device to the TV.
Setting Auto
Intialize
OFF
When Setting Auto Initialize is set to On, and the power is turned off and on or
the Master Power is turned off and on, the data is restored to the cloned values. If
there is no cloned value, even when the Setting Auto Initialize is set to On, it will
be ignored and the operation will be the same as that whenSetting Auto Initialize
is set to Off
REACH
OFF
•• ON: The feature of REACH in this TV becomes available.
•• OFF: The feature of REACH in this TV becomes not available.
REACH IP Mode
…
Server IP Setting
…
The URL of the Reach IP server, for example https:\\192.168.1.2:443.
…
Assign a DTV channel number to carry the update REACH data. This channel
number must be the same as the number set on the Reach server.
REACH Update
Time
…
Lets you set when data such as updated SW, cloning files, and S-LYNC REACH
contents is downloaded from the REACH server to the TV :
1hour: Every hour
2hour: Every 2 hours
12:00 AM: every 12:00 a.m.
2:00 AM: every 2:00 a.m.
12:00 PM: every 12:00 p.m.
2:00 PM: every 2:00 p.m.
REACH Update
Immediate
…
•• ON: Whenever the TV enters standby mode (the power cord is plugged in and
the power is off), the REACH data is updated on the TV.
•• OFF: The REACH data is only updated on the TV at the REACH server update
time.
Group ID
…
Select the Group ID of the REACH server. (Refer to the REACH server manual for
more details.)
Room Number
…
et the Room Number.
REACH Config
Version
…
The version of REACH is displayed.
REACH Channel
REACH
Solution
•• ON: When the Headphone is connect to the TV, allows you to listen to audio
through the TV's speakers and the connected headphones simultaneously. But,
you can only adjust the volumes of TV speaker.
•• OFF: When the Headphone is connect to the TV, allows you to listen to audio
through the connected headphones only.
HP Mode
Edit Welcome
Message
Cloning
Description
Initial value
If enabled, Reach will work over IP instead of RF.
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Hotel TV Function
Category
Item
Set an IP address to establish an Internet connection.
Soft AP: Using this function, you can connect the TV on your mobile devices. Set
the options for connection of Wi-Fi device.
yy Soft AP: Turns on or off the Soft AP. When Soft AP is set to On, your mobile
devices can find the TV name in Wi-Fi connection list.
yy Security key: Set a security key that you need to enter on other devices so they
can connect to the TV.
–– Input the generated security key into the device you want to connect.
–– If network does not operate normally,check the security key again. An
incorrect security key may cause a malfunction.
✎✎ Soft AP may not be available if it is not supported by the model.
✎✎ Maximum number of devices that can be connected: 4 devices.
✎✎ Bitrate : 10 Mbps/device.
✎✎ The specifications above are based on our in-house testing. Actual
performance may vary depending on your wired/wireless network
environment.
Network Setup
Network
SmartHub Model
Setting
Set Smart Hub Model.
SmartHub Setting
Set up Smart Hub.
Service Discovery
On
If this option is set to On, you can share content with other devices, such as
smartphones, in DLNA mode.
VLAN ID
...
Create separate VLAN groups. A 3-digit number can be entered between 1 and 255
for the VLAN ID.
Solution VLAN ID
...
When VLAN is used, set a VLAN ID to be assigned to a Solution (such as SYNC,
H.Browser etc.).
Device VLAN ID
...
Set a VLAN ID to be assigned to external devices connected to the LAN OUT port.
Widget Mode
ON
Solution Type
Vendor Server
Server URL Setting
Widget
Solution
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Widget Mode On/Off.
Select type of solution (Vender Server/ SINC Server).
Set server URL.
License Server IP
Setting
…
IPTV Mode
ON
IPTV mode On/Off.
Virtual Standby
OFF
Virtual Standby mode On/Off.
When Virtual Standby is On, TV power consumption will be 9.5W to 17.4W
(Depending on the size of the TV screen).
Room Num Setting
Virtual
Standby
Description
Initial value
Set server IP.
Set Room Number.
Virtual Standby
Mode
OFF
Reboot Time
...
TV can supply the main feature in the standby mode if The TV mode is set to the
Virtual Standby mode.
•• ON: The Virtual Standby mode is enable.
•• OFF: The Virtual Standby mode is disable.
When Virtual Standby is On, TV power consumption will be 9.5W to 17.4W
(Depending on the size of the TV screen).
This Feature can set the Reboot interval of TV after TV enters Virtual standby
Mode.
Hotel TV Function
Category
Security Mode
DRM
Description
Item
Initial value
Factory Lock
OFF
Password Popup
...
Enable/disable Password Popup. If this option is set to OFF, the TV will not display
the password input popup window when entering the Factory menu. If set to ON,
the password input popup window appears.
Password Input
...
If this option is enabled, a popup input box appears which asks for an 8-character
security password. The admin must enter a password before applying or updating
security preferences. After the correct password is entered, options such as
Password Setting, Password Reset and Security Mode are available.
Password Setting
...
User can change the password.
Password Reset
...
Password is reset to "00000000".
Security Mode
...
Security Mode provides password protected administrative functionality to enable
or disable features of Hospitality TV, such as HDMI, USB and TTX. Use this option
to turn security mode on or off. After turning on security mode, options such as
"USB," "HDMI" and "TTX Security” are automatically enabled in the security submenu. “USB to TV cloning” and “TV Reset” will be disabled in the Hospitality Menu.
Delete Device List in when power on or off.
•• ON: The password is needed before entering factory menu.
•• OFF: disable this feature.
USB
...
Enable/disable USB access. When disabled, access to USB media is blocked.
HDMI
...
Enable/disable HDMI access. If disabled, Anynet, HDMI source, HDMI type
External Channels will not be accessible to the user.
TTX Security
...
If this option is disabled, the TTX feature will not work when the TTX button is
pressed on the remote control.
DRM Mode
OFF
Configures DRM support.
OFF: Turns off DRM support.
LYNK DRM: Select to turn on S-LYNK DRM CAS support only.
Pro:idiom: Select to turn on Pro:Idim CAS support only.
LYNK DRM,PI: Select to have the TV support S-LYNK DRM CAS and Pro:Idiom CAS.
Enter Self Diagnosis Menu.
•• Picture Test: Use to check for picture problems. If the problem appears in the
test picture, select Yes and follow the directions on the screen.
•• Sound Test: Use the built-in melody sound to check for sound problems. If the
problem occurs during the test, select Yes and follow the directions on the
screen.
Self Diagnosis
for TV
HD Function Check Menu On Executing Item Below OSD is displayed ProIdiom DTV
Channel Key Loss : Ok/Failure (Hotel US) STB SI Vendor
Setting : SI Name Ok/Failure
Bathroom AMP : Ok/Failure (Hotel EU)
RTC : Ok/Failure (Hotel EU)
PC Audio Test : Ok/Failure
PC Self Test : Ok/Failure
Self Diagnosis for
HTV
System
SW Update
SW USB Update function
Service Pattern
OFF
Same function with SVC Service Pattern
Sound Bar Out
OFF
ON: TV speaker sound will be mute. Sound will come out through HDMI.
You must connect the Sound Bar to hear the sound.
OFF: Sound will come out through TV speakers normally.
Display the web site of related Samsung service center, software version, and Mac
address information.
Contact Samsung
Standby LED
TV Reset
ON
When the TV is in standby mode, you can configure the settings of external LED.
•• ON: The LED is on.
•• OFF: The LED is off.
Returns all settings on the TV to their factory defaults.
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¦¦ Welcome Message
The welcome message is used to display custom messages on the TV every time TV is turned on by a Guest in Hotel room.
–– Welcome message settings are found in the Hotel Option Menu.
–– Welcome message should be ON in order to display the message on power-on.
Hospitality Mode
Standalone
SI Vendor
OFF
Network
Widget Solution
Power On
Vitual Standby
Channel
Security Mode
Menu OSD
DRM
Clock
System
Welcome Message
Music Mode
ON
Edit Welcome Message
r
Remote Jack Pack
External Source
Hospitality Logo
OFF
Hospitality Logo DL
...
Logo Display Time
...
Bathroom Speaker
HP Management
Eco Solution
Logo/Message
Cloning
REACH Solution
–– A welcome message can be up to 25 characters and it can be edited by changing the text in the Hotel Service
menu.
–– The following is the list of characters supported by Welcome message:
✎✎ Capital letters, from A-Z
–– Welcome message can be edited by using the navigation, colour & enter key on the Remote in the “Edit Welcome
Message” OSD.
Edit Welcome Message
W
E
L
C
O
M
E
_
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
V
W
X
Y
Z
T
Move
U
Enter
A
Move to left
B
Move to Right
C
Leave Black
D
Done
Return
–– The Welcome message and hotel logo cannot both be active at the same time.
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¦¦ Hotel Logo
The Hospitality Logo function displays the Hotel's picture image when the TV is initially powered on.
–– Hospitality Logo settings are the Hospitality mode menus.
–– The Logo Download and Logo Display Menu items are enabled when you turn the Hospitality Logo option on.
–– If there is a logo image stored in memory and the Hospitality Logo option is on, the Hospitality logo is displayed
when the TV is turned on.
–– The Hospitality logo is not displayed when the Hospitality option is off, even if its image has been loaded on the
TV.
Hospitality Mode
SI Vendor
Standalone
OFF
Network
Widget Solution
Power On
Vitual Standby
Channel
Security Mode
Menu OSD
DRM
Clock
System
Welcome Message
Music Mode
Remote Jack Pack
External Source
r
Bathroom Speaker
OFF
Edit Welcome Message
Hospitality Logo
BMP
Hospitality Logo DL
Logo Display Time
5 Second
HP Management
Eco Solution
Logo/Message
Cloning
REACH Solution
•• Hospitality Logo
–– This option lets you choose whether the Hospitality Logo image is displayed or not.
–– Initial value is OFF.
–– Can be set to BMP, AVI, BOTH.
–– When set to BMP, AVI, BOTH, the Logo Download and Logo Time Display menu items become accessible.
•• Hospitality Logo DL
–– This option lets you download the logo image to the TV’s memory from a USB device.
–– A wait message appears while the image is being copied to the TV.
–– A "Completed" message appears when the copy operation finishes successfully.
–– The word "Failed" appears if the copy operation was unsuccessful.
–– No USB appears if no USB device is connected.
–– No File appears if there is no file to copy on the USB device or the file is in the wrong format must be a BMP file.
If No File appears and there is a logo file on the USB device, check the file format.
•• Logo File Format
–– The TV supports only BMP and AVI format.
–– The file name must be samsung.bmp or samsung.avi.
–– The maximum resolution of the BMP format is 960 x 540.
–– The maximum file size for AVI format is 30MB.
–– The TV does not change the size or scale of the image.
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¦¦ USB Cloning
USB Cloning is used to download user-configured settings (Picture, Sound, Input, Channel, Setup, and Hotel Setup) from
one TV set and upload them to other TV sets.
All the user-defined settings from the TV (Master Set) can be copied to the USB device.
✎✎ After cloning, certain features are applied when the TV is turned on again.
•• Clone TV to USB: This copies stored data from the TV set to the USB device.
1. Insert a USB drive into the USB port on the rear of the TV.
2. Enter the Interactive menu by pressing buttons in order.
•• MUTE → 1 → 1 → 9 → ENTER
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select “Clone TV to USB”, then press the ENTER button.
4. When the message “Clone TV to USB” is displayed, press the ENTER button.
Logo/Message
Cloning
d
5. You can verify USB cloning behavior.
•• In Progress: during copying data to USB.
Clone TV to USB
•• Completed: copy was finished successfully.
Setting Auto Initialize
Clone USB to TV
OFF
•• Failed: copy was not finished successfully.
•• No USB: USB is not connected.
Logo/Message
Cloning
d
•• Clone USB to TV: This to downloads the stored data in the USB device to TV set.
1. Insert a USB drive into the USB port on the rear of the TV.
Clone TV to USB
2. Enter the Interactive menu by pressing buttons in order: MUTE → 1 → 1 → 9 →
ENTER
Setting Auto Initialize
Clone USB to TV
OFF
3. Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select “Clone USB to TV”, then press the ENTER button.
4. When the message “Clone USB to TV” is displayed, then press the ENTER button.
5. You can Make sure USB cloning behavior.
•• In Progress: copying data to TV.
•• Completed: copy finished successfully.
•• Failed: copy did not finish successfully.
•• No USB: USB is not connected.
•• No File: there is no file to copy on the USB.
✎✎ Activate copying from USB to TV by pressing ENTER key for 5 seconds.
✎✎ The Hotel TV product family does not support the CLONE function between models that supports the
satellite / T2 operation and models that do not.
For fast, instant cloning during installation, insert a USB drive with master settings from the first TV and press the
Enter key for 5 seconds.
Pre-condition for cloning (check point)
–– Cloning should be done between same model (same version).
–– Before cloning, all displays should be updated at the latest version (same version).
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¦¦ Setting Auto Initialize
When you clone settings from one TV to another, you clone both the guest side menu and hotel side menu settings:
Picture, Sound, Input, Channel, Setup, and Hotel Setup). This lets you set nearly all of the menu values on your hospitality
TVs to the same, standard settings. If you allow guests access to the guest side menus, for example the Picture menu,
they can change the settings in those menus so they are no longer standard. If you set the Setting Auto Initialize function
to on, the TV automatically restores (initializes) any guest-side menu values to the cloned, standard values when the TV
is turned off and then turned on again. Note that Setting Auto Initialize works on cloned guest side menu values only.
Settings which have not been cloned are ignored.
The table below lists the settings that are restored to their cloned values when you set the Setting Auto Initialize function
to on.
Menu
Picture
Sound
Menu Item
Picture Mode
Backlight
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Colour
Tint (G/R)
Apply Picture Mode
Picture Size
Picture Size
Zoom/Position
4:3 Screen Size
Auto Adjustment
PC Screen Adjustment
Coarse
Fine
Position
Image Reset
PIP
Advanced Settings
Dynamic Contrast
Black Tone
Flesh Tone
RGB Only Mode
Colour Space
White Balance
Gamma
Motion Lighting
Picture Options
Colour Tone
Digital Clean View
MPEG Noise Filter
HDMI Black Level
Film Mode
LED Clear Motion
Picture Off
Reset Picture
Sound Mode
Sound Effect
DTS TruSurround HD
DTS TruDialog
Equaliser
Speaker Settings
Additional Settings
DTV Audio Level
HDMI Audio Format
Audio Format
Audio Delay
Dolby Digital Comp
Auto Volume
Reset Sound
Menu
System
Menu Item
Accessibility
Voice Guide
Audio Description
Subtitle
Menu Transparency
High Contrast
Enlarge
Sports Mode
Menu Language
Smart Control Settings
Motion Sensitivity
Touch Sensitivity
Onscreen Remote Size
Voice Control
Language
Use TV Voice
Voice Gender
Device Manager
Keyboard Settings
Mouse Settings
Time
Clock
Sleep Timer
Wake-up Timer
Eco Solution
Energy Saving
Eco Sensor
No Signal Power Off
Auto Power Off
Smart Security
Smart Security
Scan
Isolated List
Allowed List
Settings
Auto Protection Time
Change PIN
General
Game Mode
Sound Feedback
Boot Logo
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)
Auto Turn Off
Search for Devices
DivX® Video On Demand
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¦¦ Plug & Play
Hotel Plug & Play automatically performs Hotel mode selection, country setup, clock setup and picture mode setup.
–– Hotel Plug & Play is available only one time when power is first turned on.
–– This is available after first setting up the TV and transferring Clone TV data to a USB drive.
–– To use next TV, you only need to exit Hotel Plug & Play, connect the USB, then Clone the USB to TV.
–– Depending on model and region, some menus may not exist.
If you select Factory Reset, the TV resets all values to their
factory defaults and then displays the Hospital Plug & Play
menu. Go to the first Hospital Plug & Play screen below.
Self Diagnosis for TV
Self Diagnosis for HTV
SW Update
Service Pattern
OFF
Sound Bar Out
OFF
Contact Samsung
Standby LED
ON
TV Reset
E+P
If you change the
country of the
Current Location
The TV is automatically
turned off and on.
EU
E
EU_ITALY
EU_GER
EU_FRANCE
If you don't change the country
of the Current Location
If you select
Cloning Mode
Copy the system settings from the USB or server
to the TV.
E
If you select
TV Basic
Setup
If you select
Factory Menu
E
End setup and go to Factory
Menu directly.
E
E
Їϩͱťθͱ˝θɇ͔
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Country
Bulgaria
Picture Mode
Standard
Please select your country.
Both
Select Both to scan for both
Terrestrial or Cable channels
and Satellite channels.
Terrestrial/Cable
Eesti
Satellite
Suomi
Français
E
E
Deutsch
Select your language
Select Country and Picture Mode
E
Select the channel band
to use for Auto Tuning
Auto Tuning
Auto tuning is finding channels for you...
Channel 7
2%
Digital
- TV
- Radio
- Data/Other
Analogue
Press Power OFF to exit.
0
0
0
0
0
Stop
After Searching channels.
E
E
Setup Complete!
Your TV is now ready to use.
Hotel Option Menu
appears.
E
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Done
E
Select Clock Mode, DST, and your
Time Zone
English
•• LocalSet
–– Initially highlighted: EU
–– If you press the Enter key after selecting Change, you can change the country.
–– If the country is changed, the TV automatically turns off and on.
–– If you select the incorrect country, execute TV Reset again after entering the System section of the Hotel Menu.
•• Menu Language OSD
–– If you select Basic TV Setup from the "TV Installation Type" OSD, the “Menu Language” OSD appears.
–– Initially highlighted: English
–– If you press the Enter key, the “Picture Mode” OSD appears
•• Picture Mode OSD
–– Initially highlighted: Standard
–– The TV displays the Picture Mode OSD where you can choose the Dynamic or a Standard Picture mode.
•• Auto Program OSD
–– If you press the Enter key, the TV automatically searches for channels.
•• Set Clock Mode, DST(Daylight saving time), and Time Zone OSD
–– Initially highlighted: Clock Mode : Auto, DST : Off, Time Zone : Eastern
–– If the TV will be tuned to digital broadcast channels, and these channels transmit date and time information, set
the Clock Mode to Auto. The TV will set the date and time automatically.
–– If the TV will not be tuned to digital broadcast channels, set the Clock Mode to Manual, and then set the date and
time on the TV manually.
–– Set DST On or Off to apply or not apply daylight saving time to the TV.
–– Select your time zone on the map that appears.
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¦¦ Multi Code Remocon
Multi Code Remocon is a special transmitter which is designed to control each TV with one remote.
This is useful where there is more than one TV in a location, such as in a hospital. The set ID number is displayed in the
source osd. It is possible to support up to 9 different remote key transmissions for multiple codes.
Each TV has an initial code of "0".
–– The ID code can be set and reset in Analogue TV mode or PC mode. (not available in TTX channel or DTV channel.
–– ID code can be from 0 to 9.
–– Press the MUTE button and the RETURN button simultaneously for more than 7 seconds and then select the
number button to set the code.
–– Set ID OSD appears.
–– The following words appear: “Remote control code is set to X. If you want to change the Remote control code,
enter the chosen digit.” X is the digit number.
✎✎ This OSD displays until Exit is pressed.
Remote control code is set to 0. If you want
to change the Remote control code, enter the
chosen digit.
–– For example, TV and Remote will be set to ID code #1 if the user presses #1.
–– The following words appear: “Remote control code is changed to 1” At this point, the TV can be controlled only by
the remote with the same ID code as the TV.
–– TV, the following words will be displayed. “ TV ID x”(x is the TV’s ID)
–– To reset the ID code, press the MUTE button and the EXIT button simultaneously for more than 7 seconds. When
you stop pressing the buttons, the ID code for both the TV and Remote are reset to “0”. “Remote control code is
set to 0.” appears.
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¦¦ CH Bank Editor (Smoovie TV Only)
Channel Bank Editor edits channels, with 3 different Bank Options.
Depending on the Bank card, there are specific channels Hotel customers can enjoy.
Setting the CH Bank Editor under Stand-alone Mode
1. Enter the Hotel Standalone menu by “MUTE → 1 → 1 → 9 → ENTER”
2. Please select SI vendor : “Smoovie”
3. find the new menu option, “Channel Bank Editor”
4. Enter the “Channel Bank Editor”
Hospitality Mode
Standalone
SI Vendor
OFF
d
SI Vendor
Smoovie
d
Channel
d
Channel Bank Editor
<Depending on model and region, some menu items may not exist>
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5.
a.
b.
c.
Edit the channel bank like below example.
BANK1 (Free channel): Select the channel that will be used when remote doesn’t have any card.
BANK2 (Family Card - Green): Select the channel that will be used when remote has a GREEN CARD.
BANK3 (Adult Card - Red): Select the channel that will be used when remote has a RED CARD.
Channel Bank Edit
Registered
Bank1 (4)
Bank2 (6)
BBC1
c
c
c
3
24ore.tv
c
c
c
4
C3
c
c
5
BBC World
c
c
6
C5
c
c
7
Coming Soom
c
c
8
S2
c
9
S2
c
1
1futech
2
Bank3 (36)
c
n Move
E Select/Deselect
R Return
References of using SMOOVIE Remote Controller
1. If you select SMOOVIE as the SI Vendor, you should use the SMOOVIE Remote Controller.
2. With the Numeric keys of the remote controller, users can select only the BANK1 channel.
To change the channel using the Green or Red Card, please use channel up/down keys.
3. For the Channel guide or the Channel list, users can see only BANK1 channel list.
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¦¦ Channel Editor
Channel Editor edits channel number a and name.
Use Channel Editor to sort the channels as user-desired channel numbers.
Hospitality Mode
SI Vendor
Standalone
OFF
Network
Widget Solution
Power On
Vitual Standby
Channel
Security Mode
Menu OSD
DRM
Clock
System
Music Mode
Remote Jack Pack
External Source
r
Channel Editor
Bathroom Speaker
Eco Solution
Logo/Message
Cloning
REACH Solution
<Depending on model and region, some menu items may not exist>
Simple Steps for Editor under Stand-alone Mode
Step
Broad Outline
1
Operate ‘Channel Auto Store’ in Hotel Option Menu
2
Enter ‘Channel Editor’ in Hotel Option Menu
3
Compile a table related to the final channel lists you want to have
4
Rearrange channels with the TOOLS Button based on the table you compiled
5
Press the EXIT or RETURN Button to exit.
<please refer to the following details>
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Smoovie On sequence
Smoovie TV used ( Air / Cable )
Step
Mixed Channel Map On (Air and Cable both used)
Only Air or Cable used
Only Air or Cable used
If the tv starts with Hotel P&P If P&P already done
If the tv starts with Hotel P&P If P&P already done
Do the P&P, except channel
store
Enter Hotel menu
Do the P&P all (Air or Cable
auto tune)
2
After P&P TV shows hotel
menu
Setup Mixed Channel Map On
3
Setup Mixed Channel Map On
TV power off & on
4
Make TV power off & on
Enter Hotel menu
5
Enter Hotel menu
6
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
1
7
Select Channel Setup
8
Select "Air + Cable" to auto
tune
9
Setup CH Bank Editor
10
After power off & on, user can
use TV
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Select Channel Setup
Select "Air + Cable" to auto
tune
Setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user can
use TV
After P&P TV will show hotel
menu
Select channel type
- ATV or ADTV for Air
- CATV or CDTV for cable
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select Channel Setup (can be
skipped)
Select "Air" or "Cable" to auto
tune (can be skipped)
Setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user can
use TV
Enter Hotel menu
Select channel type
- ATV or ADTV for Air
- CATV or CDTV for cable
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select Channel Setup
Select "Air" or "Cable" to auto
tune
setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user can
use TV
Smoovie TV used ( Satellite )
Mixed Channel Map On (Satellite and Air or Cable both
usedused)
Only Satellite used
If the tv starts with Hotel
P&P
If P&P already done
If the tv starts with Hotel
P&P
If P&P already done
1
Do the P&P except channel
store
Enter Hotel menu
Do P&P all: Air or Cable
auto tune)
Enter Hotel menu
2
After P&P TV will show
hotel menu
Setup Mixed Channel
Map On
after P&P TV shows hotel
menu
Select channel type
- ATV or ADTV for Air
- CATV or CDTV for cable
3
Setup Mixed Channel
Map On
Make TV power off & on
Select channel type
- ATV or ADTV for Air
- CATV or CDTV for cable
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
4
Make TV power off & on
Enter Hotel menu
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select Channel Setup
5
Enter Hotel menu
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select Channel Setup (can
be skipped)
Select Satellite to auto
tune
6
Select smoovie TV in Hotel
menu
Select Channel Setup
Select Satellite to auto
tune (can be skipped)
Setup CH Bank Editor
7
Select Channel Setup
Select Satellite to auto
tune
Setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user
can use TV
8
Select Satellite to auto
tune
Setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user
can use TV
9
Setup CH Bank Editor
After power off & on, user
can use TV
10
After power off & on, user
can use TV
Step
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Channel List
You can view channel information, All, TV, Radio, Data/Other, Analogue or Favourites 1-5.
✎✎ When you press the CH.LIST button on the remote control, Channel List screen displays immediately.
•• All: Shows all currently available channels.
•• TV: Shows all currently available TV channels.
•• Radio: Shows all currently available radio channels.
•• Data/Other: Shows all currently available MHP or other channels.
•• Analogue: Shows all currently available analogue channels.
•• Favourites 1-5: Shows all favourite channels.
✎✎ If you want to view added favourite channels press the CH.LIST button and use the L (Ch. Mode) button to
move between Favourites 1-5.
✎✎ Using the control buttons with the Channel List.
•• T (Tools): Displays the option menu.
•• L (Ch. Mode / Channel): Move to the All, TV, Radio, Data/Other, Analogue or Favourites 1-5.
•• When you select the Programme View in T (Tools) menu, you can move to other channels using L (Channel)
button.
•• E (Watch / Information): Watches the channel you selected. / Displays details of the selected programme.
•• k (Page): Move to the next or previous page.
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How to use Schedule Viewing in Channel List
(digital channels only)
When you set the Schedule Viewing in Channel List, you can only set the programme in Programme View.
1. Press the CH.LIST button, then select a desired digital channel.
2. Press the TOOLS button, and then select Programme View. The programme list for that channel appears.
3. Press the ▲ / ▼ buttons to select the desired programme, then press the ENTERE (Information) or INFO button.
4. Select Schedule Viewing, then press the ENTERE button when done.
✎✎ If you want to cancel Schedule Viewing, follow steps 1 through 3. Select Cancel schedule.
Using Option Menu t
Set each channel using the Channel List menu options (Programme View, Edit Favourites, Lock/Unlock, Edit Channel
Name, Edit Channel Number, Delete, Information, Sort, Edit Mode).
Option menu items may differ depending on the channel status.
1. Select a channel and press the TOOLS button.
2. Select a function and change its settings.
•• Programme View: Displays the programme when a digital channel is selected.
•• Edit Favourites: Set channels you watch frequently as favourites. Add or delete the selected channel in Favourites 1-5.
1. Select the Edit Favourites, then press the ENTERE button.
2. Press the ENTERE button to select Favourites 1-5, then press the OK button.
✎✎ One favourite channel can be added to several favourites among Favourites 1-5.
•• Lock/Unlock: Lock a channel so that the channel cannot be selected and viewed.
✎✎ This function is available only when the Channel Lock is set to On.
✎✎ The PIN input screen appears. Enter your 4-digit PIN. Change the PIN using the Change PIN option.
•• Edit Channel Name (analogue channels only): Assign your own channel name.
•• Edit Channel Number (digital channels only): Edit the number by pressing the number buttons.
✎✎ Some areas may not be able to support Edit Channel Name and Edit Channel Number.
•• Delete: You can delete a channel to display the channels you want.
•• Information: Displays details of the selected programme.
•• Sort: Changes the list ordered by channel number or channel name.
•• Edit Mode: Select desired channels and edit them.
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Using Option Menu t
Set each channel using the menu options (Edit Favourites, Lock/Unlock, Delete, Deselect, Select All).
1. Press the TOOLS button in Channel List screen, then select the Edit Mode. A check box appears to the left of the
channel.
2. Press the ▲/▼ buttons to select the desired channel, then press the ENTERE button. The (c) mark indicates the
channel you’ve selected.
✎✎ You can select more than one channel.
✎✎ Press the ENTERE again to deselect the channel.
3. Press the TOOLS button, then select a function and change its settings.
•• Edit Favourites: Set the selected channels you watch frequently as favourites.
✎✎ The Edit Favourites screen has five groups (Favourites 1, Favourites 2, etc.). You can add a favourite channel to
any one of the groups. Press the ▲/▼ buttons to select a group.
•• Lock/Unlock: Lock a channel so that the channel cannot be selected and viewed.
✎✎ This function is available only when the Channel Lock is set to On.
✎✎ The PIN input screen appears. Enter your 4-digit PIN. Change the PIN using the Change PIN option.
•• Delete: You can delete a channel to display the channels you want.
•• Deselect: Deselect the selected channels.
•• Select All: Select all the channels in the channel list.
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¦¦ My Channel
Determines the country and genre for the channels provided by the hotel, and if the user selects a country and genre,
shows the corresponding channels.
•• You must select the country first, or you can not set a genre.
•• If you select the genre without adding any channels, the channel list displays all of the available channels.
•• My Channel works in Standalone mode only.
•• SI Vendor in Standalone mode: This does not work if Smoovie is selected.
•• This is in the Hotel Options in Hotel Menu > Service Mode and can be turned on or off.
•• The option only works when it is set to on.
Channel Composition [Genre Mode]
Standard
Hotel
Category
Genre
Ch. Mode
Satellite
All (Default)
O
O
News
O
O
Radio
O
O
Entertainment
O
O
Sport
O
O
Hotel
O
O
2
1
3
Current status : Austria/Sports 4
Country
6
Antenna Mode Activation
Air/Cable
Description
Provide genre channel mode by each country
that master has managed in factory mode.
My Channel
5
Genre
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
7
(Blue)Keep Previous (U/D/L/R)Move (En)Enter
8
* For the number of items to be displayed in the list, refer to the design document.
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Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
BLUE
Returns to the screen. (Genre setup: Last Country & Genre)
Keep Previous
ENTER
Selects an item.
Enter
Ch. Up/Down
Move the highlight by page.
(No Guide)
UP/DOWN
Navigates the each country, genre list. (in a circular manner.)
RIGHT
Selects the highlighted item, and then move the highlight to Genre section.
RETURN
Returns to the screen. (Genre setup: Last Country & Genre)
(No Guide)
EXIT
Returns to the screen. (Genre setup: Last Country & Genre)
(No Guide)
Move
✎✎ NOTE
•• This section describes the layout of the Front UI that appears when the TV is turned on. (Factory Mode > Genre
Mode: Enable)
•• The genre is a sub-list for each country.
•• The broadcast screen that was being displayed the last memorial channel.
–– If user want to keep the previous country & genre channel map, press the ‘BLUE’, RETURN, and EXIT remotecontrol key to close the Front UI.
✎✎ ETC.
•• Default Highlight : Last Memory items (Country, Genre)
•• Timeout (60 sec)
Elements
No
Name
Description
1
Background Screen
Displays the last memorized channel that appears when TV is turned on.
2
Function Title
This is name of the function.
3
Current Status
Display current settings the Country/Genre.
4
Country Items
The item for the country list is displayed.
Displays the last selected country.
5
Genre Items
The item for the genre list is displayed.
Displays available genre items by each country that master managed in factory mode. (always
provide ‘All’ item)
Displays the last selected genre.
6
Highlight
If the item title is too long to be displayed within the area, Auto Text Sliding works.
7
Indicator
This is displayed when there is a previous or next page.
8
Nav. Help
The key guide is right-aligned.
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Highlight Interaction [Country Items]
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
✎✎ NOTE
•• Users can navigate the items in each country & genre list by pressing the up or down remote control keys.
•• Circular navigation is supported.
1
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
▲
DOWN x 4
Country
Genre
▲
All Country
All
All Country
All
Austria
News
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
France
Hotel
UP x 4
Germany
Germany
▼
▼
UP x 4
DOWN x 4
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
DOWN
UP
UP
DOWN
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
▲
Austria
All
Belgium (Dutch)
News
Belgium (French)
Radio
Czech
Entertainment
France
Sports
Germany
Hotel
Hungary
▼
DOWN x N
UP x N
END
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
▲
Country
Genre
▲
Slovakia
All
Slovakia
All
Spain
News
Spain
News
Switzerland
Radio
Switzerland
Radio
United Kingdom
Entertainment
United Kingdom
Entertainment
Eastern Europe
Sports
Eastern Europe
Sports
Other
Hotel
Other
Hotel
▼
▼
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Highlight Interaction [Default Genre]
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
Country
▲
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
ENTER / RIGHT
LEFT
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
▼
Navigation Help Area
Navigation Help Area
•• The current selection of the country is highlighted.
•• Default High-light: The current selection of the
genre.
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
Country
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
ENTER / RIGHT
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
France
Hotel
LEFT
Germany
Germany
▼
▼
Navigation Help Area
•• Seems source error, it should be read as "The
other item of the county is high-lighted.".
Please verify. (ex. France)
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Genre
▲
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Navigation Help Area
•• Default Highlight : All
Mode Change Interaction 1 (1/2)
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
1
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
Country
▲
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
ENTER / RIGHT
LEFT
Germany
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
▼
Navigation Help Area
Navigation Help Area
•• Current Genre Mode : All Country / Sports
ENTER / RIGHT
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
Country
▲
ENTER
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
UP
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
France
Hotel
DOWN
Germany
Germany
▼
▼
Navigation Help Area
Navigation Help Area
•• If the country is selected, highlight moves to
genre menu automatically.
ENTER / RIGHT
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Mode Change Interaction 1 (2/2)
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
1
5
6
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
1
Genre
▲
Info
ENTER
Genre Mode change to Austria/News.
OK
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
Navigation Help Area
•• The genre mode change complete message is
displayed.
•• Timeout(5 sec.)
ENTER / RETURN / Timeout
Current Status : Austria / News
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•• Pressing the left key from the genre to country
menu highlights an existing selected country
item.
Mode Change Interaction 1 (1/2)
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
1
My Channel
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
Country
▲
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
DOWN
UP x 5
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
▼
Navigation Help Area
Navigation Help Area
•• Current Genre Mode : All Country / Sports
ENTER / RIGHT
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
101
Genre
▲
Info
Genre Mode change to Austria/News.
OK
BLUE
/
RETURN
/
EXIT
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
Navigation Help Area
ENTER
/
RETURN
/
Timeout
•• If the country is selected, highlight moves to
genre menu automatically.
5
Current Status : Austria / News
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Power On Scenario [Last Memory]
•• This page is only to indicate possible interactions. It may not be exactly identical to actual screens.
1
Current Status : Austria / News
POWER
Power Off
•• Current Genre Mode : All Country / Sports
POWER
My Channel
Current status : All Country/Sports
Country
Genre
▲
All Country
All
Austria
News
Belgium (Dutch)
Radio
Belgium (French)
Entertainment
Czech
Sports
France
Hotel
Germany
▼
Navigation Help Area
•• Current Genre Mode : Austria / News
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Genre Editor: This configures the genres of each of the hotel TV channels.
•• This can be used through the Hotel Menu (Factory).
•• Supported genres include News, Radio, Entertainment, Sports and Hotel.
•• More than one genre can be selected for each channel at the same time.
Country Editor (Channel Editor): This is the editor that configures the country for each of the hotel TV channels.
•• Supported countries (20 countries): Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Japan,
Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, USA
•• If more than one channel is set to a country, the country is registered as a category and users can view the channels by
country.
•• More than one country can be set to a channel. If the user selects a category, only the channels corresponding to the
country are displayed in the channel list.
•• If any channel for which the country is set is selected from the channel list, the Edit Countries item is added to the
Tools. Otherwise, the Add to Countries item is added to the Tools.
•• * If the corresponding function is executed, a country for the selected channel can be set or canceled.
•• Front UI
•• Provides the screen where the user can select a country or genre when the user turns the power on.
Left Frame Layout
Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
ENTER
Selects or enters the corresponding Channel Browser area.
(No Guide)
RETURN
Selects or enters the corresponding Channel Browser area.
Return
UP/DOWN
Moves the highlight up or down.
(No Guide)
RIGHT
Moves the highlight to the Channel Browser area.
(No Guide)
INFO
Shows the Category Info.
(No Guide)
TOOLS
Shows the utility function menus.
Tools
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is a component of the Left Frame (Country Categories).
✎✎ ETC.
•• Default Highlight: ‘The currently selected country’
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Elements
No
Name
Description
•• When the user enters this screen, the currently selected default item is highlighted.
•• The Country Icon + Category Name are provided. (If the highlight is in the Main Frame,
only the icon is displayed.)
•• Moving the highlight
–– Pressing the up or down button moves the highlight.
1
–– If the items cannot be displayed on one page, up and down indicators are
provided.
–– Once the highlight is moved to a category, the channel list corresponding to the
corresponding category is loaded to the Main Frame.
Left Frame [Country Categories]
Standard
Hotel
Category
Ch. Mode
Original Tuned
Country
Antenna Mode Activation
Air/Cable
Satellite
Registered
O
O
All Country
O
O
Country 1
O
O
Country 2
O
O
.
O
O
Description
•• Lists all the channels registered by the
Auto Tune operation.
•• Provides the list of channels and sources
specified in the Registered Channels list.
•• All Country is the sum of all channels
registered to each country. (This is only
provided to end users.)
Tools [Registered/Countries Categories]
•• Channel Manager > Channel Category > Tools > Info
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•• The items are displayed without ‘Channel’.
•• If the Registered/Country item in the Left Frame is highlighted,
you can enable the corresponding window by pressing the ‘INFO’
remote control key.
•• All countries are displayed.
•• navigate country items by pressing the up or down key. Indicators
are provided.
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✎✎ NOTE
•• This is a definition of the Tools menu in the Left Frame Category.
•• Only the Info item for each Register/Country is provided.
Elements
Category
Tools menu
Descriptions
Registered, Country
Information
Registered Channels. The number of channels of each
country.
•• The items are displayed without ‘Channel’.
Error Cases
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the message for when there are no saved channels in the Registered Channels list.
Elements
No
1
Name
Description
Message
•• When entering the browser, if the Registered channels item is empty,
a popup message is displayed which enables users to switch to the
Auto Store (Programme) menu.
•• When both the time and the channel are not configured, and a user
enters the Channel Manager, a message that allows the user to switch
to the Auto Tuning (Auto Program) operation is displayed in the same
way as above.
•• This is the message when the time is not configured.
–– If the time is not configured, the message is displayed in Factory Mode before entering the Channel Manager.
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✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the component for when there are no channels registered to the country category.
Elements
No
Description
Description
The message is displayed when the currently selected country does not contain
any items.
Main Frame [Channel Browser]
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Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
CH UP/DOWN
Moves the page.
Page
ENTER
Selects or enters the corresponding Channel Browser area.
Select
RETURN
Returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
Return
UP/DOWN
Moves the highlight up or down.
(No Guide)
RIGHT
Moves the highlight to the Channel Browser area.
(No Guide)
INFO
Shows the Category Info.
(No Guide)
TOOLS
Shows the utility function menus.
Tools
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is a component of the Main Frame (Channel Browser).
•• The initial highlight is on the channel before entering Factory Mode or the external input.
Elements
No
Name
Description
1
Main Frame
2
Scroll Bar
3
Navigation Help
Area
This is displayed whenever a user enters the Channel Manager. (If a user exits and then
reenters the Channel Manager, it is displayed again.)
This disappears when the timeout (5 sec.) is reached or a user presses a key.
4
Navigation Help
Area
The currently configured country information and the RED buttons are left-aligned. They
are displayed and navigated by group graphically. The key guide is right-aligned.
Shows the channel or the source list of the currently selected category.
Shows the position of the current page amongst the total amount of pages.
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Channel Common Elements [+ Icon-method]
Channel list representation rules
Standard
Item
Construction
Digital channels
•• Check Box + Status Icon + Digital Channel Number + Channel Name
•• Channel number representation format: ###-### (The channel
number is represented by ‘-’.)
Analog channels
•• Check Box + Analog Icon + Analog Channel Number + Channel Name
•• Channel number representation format: ### (‘-’ is not used to
represent analog channel numbers.)
Digital channels
•• Check Box + Status Icon + Digital Channel Number + Channel Name
•• Channel number representation format: ### (For the maximum length
of the channel number, follow the regional specifications.)
Analogue channels
•• Check Box + Analog Icon + Analog Channel Number + Channel Name
•• Channel number representation format: ### (For the maximum length
of the channel number, follow the regional specifications.)
ATSC
DVB (CHEM)
Channel list icon representation rules
Item
Example
Dynamic SI
Icon
Channels deleted
by Dynamic SI
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
•• Channels that have been deleted
by the Dynamic SI but not by the
user.
1
Channels added by
Dynamic SI
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
•• Channels that have been added
by the Dynamic SI but not by the
user.
2
•• The Analogue channel icon is
displayed.
3
•• A channel that is an input source.
4
•• Represents the live channels
from the antennas. The Air, Cable
or Satellite antenna icons are
displayed with the lowest priority.
5
Analogue Channel Icon
Source Channel Icon
Antenna Icon
Air
Cable
Satellite
Scrambled Channel Icon
Video Mute
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Priority
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME (The
edited channel name.)
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
•• The scrambled channel icon. This appears for
the Satellite antenna.
-
NNNNNNNN CH. NAME
•• In a muted channel, the audio and channel
information is provided.
-
Add to Countries / Edit Countries (1/2)
•• Channel Manager > Browser > Tools > Add to Countries
Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
ENTER
Selects the highlighted item.
Enter
RETURN
Cancels and returns to the previous screen (Tools).
Return
UP/DOWN
Moves the highlight over country items.
Move
LEFT/RIGHT
Moves the highlight.
Move
INFO
N/R
N/R
TOOLS
Closes the current window and displays the ‘Tools’ menu.
(No Guide)
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the definition of Add to Countries.
•• The highlighted channel or more than one selected channel is added to the Country category.
✎✎ ETC.
•• Timeout (60 sec)
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Elements
No
Name
1
Add to Countries Window
2
Guide
Description
•• If there are no channels that have been registered to the country
list in the selected channels, “Add to Countries” is displayed as
the title.
•• A check box is displayed depending on whether the country that
was selected when entering the screen is registered or not.
•• The serial number or name of the selected channel.
3
Selection Info
4
Complete Message
5
Selection Mark
–– The channel name is displayed when one channel has been
selected: Selected channel: NNNN-NNN ABC
–– The number of selected channels is displayed when more than one
channel has been selected: Selected Channels : N
•• The message is displayed after the completion of the operation.
(This message is always displayed if the OK button is selected.)
•• How to identify the meaning of multiple channel selection
marks
•• : When all of the items have been registered.
•• : When only part of the items have been registered.
•• : When none of the items have been registered.
Add to Countries / Edit Countries (2/2)
•• Channel Manager > Browser > Tools > Add to Countries
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Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
ENTER
Selects the highlighted item.
Enter
RETURN
Cancels and returns to the previous screen (Tools).
Return
UP/DOWN
Moves the highlight over country items.
Move
LEFT/RIGHT
Moves the highlight.
Move
INFO
N/R
N/R
TOOLS
Closes the current window and displays the ‘Tools’ menu.
(No Guide)
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the definition for Edit Countries.
•• The highlighted channel item or more than one selected channel item is added or deleted from the Country
category.
•• Timeout (60 sec)
Elements
No
Name
1
Add to Countries
2
Guide
3
Complete Message
Description
•• If there is a registered channel among the selected channels,
Edit Countries is displayed as the title.
•• A check box is displayed depending on whether the selected
country is registered or not.
•• The message is displayed after the completion of the operation.
(This message is always displayed if the OK button is selected.)
Edit Channel Number [Swap Type]
•• Channel Manager > Browser > Tools > Edit Channel Number
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Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
ENTER
Applies the changes and closes the window.
Enter
RETURN
Cancels and returns to the previous screen (Tools).
Return
▲/▼
Changes the channel number of the selected channel.
Adjust
0~9
Enters a digit.
Number
INFO
N/R
N/R
TOOLS
Closes the current window and displays the ‘Tools’ menu.
(No Guide)
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the function that changes the channel number. (Swap Type)
•• Channel numbers can be changed in all the channel lists and changes are applied to all the channels.
•• If the new channel number has not been allocated to another channel, the channel number is updated to the new
channel number and the list is sorted again in ascending order of channel number.
•• If the new channel number has already been allocated to another channel, follow the Hotel specifications.
✎✎ ETC.
•• Vertical circulation is supported.
Elements
No
Name
Description
•• Both the numeric keys and the Up/Down keys are supported.
1
Edit Channel
Number Window
––
––
––
––
Selected Channel: Shows the currently selected channel name.
Number: Shows the new channel number.
(The currently allocated channel name is also displayed.)
Name: Shows the currently allocated channel name. (If there are no
channels, it is displayed as “(Empty)”.) : If there is a channel but it
does not have a name, the name is represented as “-----”.
•• If an already allocated channel is selected
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Warning Message
English
–– If the new channel number has already been allocated to another
channel, the confirmation message pops up. (Refer to the figure
below.)
–– If the user wants to change the channel number to one that has
already been allocated to another channel, the channel numbers are
swapped and saved.
Edit the Channel Number [External Input] (3/3)
•• Channel Manager > Browser > Tools > Edit Channel Number
Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
RED
If a user presses the button, the channel number is initialized.
Reset
ENTER
Applies the changes and closes the window.
Enter
RETURN
Cancels or returns to the previous screen (Tools).
Return
▲/▼
Changes the channel number of the selected channel.
Adjust
0~9T
Enters a digit.
Number
INFO
N/R
N/R
TOOLS
Closes the current window and displays the ‘Tools’ menu.
(No Guide)
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This function allocates an external input source to a channel number. (The changes are applied to all the
channels.)
•• If the new channel number has already been allocated to another channel, follow the Hotel specifications.
✎✎ ETC.
•• Default Highlight: Channel number area.
•• Vertical circulation is supported.
•• Timeout (60 sec)
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Elements
No
Name
Description
•• The channel number area.
–– Both the numeric keys and the Up/Down keys are supported.
–– If no value is allocated, as many ‘-’ are displayed as the number of digits.
1
▲
-▼
Channel Number Area
2
Source Name
3
Nav. Help Area
→
▲
1
▼
→
▲
15
▼
•• External input name
–– Items that cannot be configured are disabled.
•• If a user presses the red button, the channel number is initialized.
Edit Channel Name
•• Channel Manager > Browser > Tools > Edit Channel Name
Key Guide
Button
Action
Nav. Help
GREEN
Saves the changes and returns to the Channel Manager.
Done
ENTER
Saves the channel name and moves the cursor to the next field.
Enter
RETURN
Cancels and returns to the previous screen (Tools).
Return
▲/▼/◄/►
Navigates on the keyboard.
Move
0~9
Enters a digit.
(No Guide)
INFO
N/R
N/R
TOOLS
Closes the current window and displays the ‘Tools’ menu.
(No Guide)
EXIT
Cancels and returns to the previous step (Factory Mode).
(No Guide)
✎✎ NOTE
•• This is the definition of the keypad that is used for the Edit Channel Name function.
✎✎ ETC.
•• Timeout (60 sec)
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Elements
No
Name
1
Channel Name Edit Window
2
Channel Name
3
Keyboard
Description
•• The cursor and the character that are currently being entered are in the same
colour as the highlight.
•• When the maximum number of characters is reached, the cursor disappears.
•• For a detailed scenario, refer to the keypad design document.
Tools [Edit Mode]
Edit Mode
Content Highlight (when the number of the checked item is 0 or 1)
When there is more than one checked item.
Add to Countries
Edit Countries (when an already-registered item is checked.)
Channel Name Edit
Edit Channel Number
Video Mute
Channel Copy (Astra HD +)
Reorder (Satellite)
Select All
Deselect All (this is only displayed when 1 or more items are
selected)
Delete
Add to Countries
Edit Countries (when an already-registered item is checked.)
Video Mute
Reorder (Satellite)
Select All
Deselect All
Delete
✎✎ NOTE
•• The position of the popup menu: The Tools menu for an item in the left column of the Channel List → This is
displayed on the right. The Tools menu for an item in the right column of the Channel List → This is displayed on
the left.
•• If a user presses the TOOLS button when the highlighted item is not selected, the item is automatically marked
as selected.
•• For detailed specifications of each function, refer to the NEO Channel Manager.
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CH Banner [when a channel number is allocated to an external input]
✎✎ NOTE
•• The TV channel banner specifications are applied.
•• When there is an unsupported item or there is no corresponding information, the item values are not displayed.
•• The channel name is represented as the ‘external input name’.
Elements
No
Name
1
External Input Name
Description
The Channel List provides access to functions related to GenreTV.
•• Country Mode
•• Changes the genre mode.
¦¦ Mixed Channel Map
Mixed Channel Map is a function to mix Air, Cable and Satellite channels.
[ Except for Aus, Singapore, NZ models ]
–– Mixed Channel Map should be ON in order to mix Air, Cable and Satellite channels.
–– Use Channel Editor to sort the channels after turning on 'Mixed Channel Map' in Hotel Option Menu.
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¦¦ Sound Bar
•• Samsung Sound-Bars and Hospitality TV
–– Use Samsung Sound-Bars and Hospitality TV that support the ARC feature with HDMI. If you connect a
compatible Samsung Sound-Bar to a compatible Samsung hospitality TV using a single HDMI cable, guests can
listen to theTV’s sound through the Sound-Bar.
–– Models supporting the ARC function are listed below:
•• Sound-Bars: HW-H450/H550/H570/H600/H7500
HW-J450/J470/J550
HW-K450/K550
•• Setting the Sound-Bars to Hotel Mode
1. Set the following Hotel menu options:
–– Hotel option > System > Sound Bar Out = On.
–– Hotel option > Power On > Power On Volume EN = User Defined.
–– Hotel option > Power On > Power On Volume > Set greater than 0.
–– Hotel option > Power On > Max Volume > Set greater than 0.
2. C
onnect an HDMI cable from the HDMI OUT jack on the back of Sound-Bar to the HDMI2 port (supporting ARC) on the
hospitality TV.
fter the Sound-Bar is connected to the hospitality TV, when the TV turns on, the Sound-Bar automatically detects the
3. A
TV, and then automatically switches to Hotel Mode.
Sound Bar Hotel mode functional characteristics:
•• Power On/Off is synchronized with the TV
•• HDMI_CEC defaults to On
•• Functions through the “HDMI OUT” port only
•• Disables the “Input mode” key on the VFD to prevent unexpected audio-source changes.
•• Acquires adjustable Power On and Max Volume settings from the TV’s Hotel option menu. The Sound-Bar’s
Power On Volume and Max Volume values, however, are ½ of the Power On Volume and Max Volume settings in
the TV’s Hotel option menu.
Example: If the TV’s Power On Volume=20 and Max Volume=90, then the Sound Bar’s Power On Volume=10 and
Max Volume=45.
*This function may differ depending on the model.
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¦¦ Security mode
Design Specifications
•• This is to restrict some functions such as TTX and external source (HDMI, USB) input in specific facilities such as
a correctional facility.
•• The Security menu is password-protected. Access to the Security menu is denied without the password.
•• Security Setting
–– The Security Setting can be set to ON or OFF.
–– The default is OFF.
–– Security Setting: If set to On, external source (HDMI, USB) input and the TTX function will be disabled.
•• Password Setting
–– This allows users to change the password.
–– Users must input the current password, a new password, and confirmation of the new password.
•• Password Reset
–– This is to reset the password.
–– The default password is "00000000".
–– Password Reset is visible only in the Factory menu by using the key combination of Info and Factory.
It is not visible using the key combination of MUTE + 1 + 1 + 9 + ENTER.
•• Security Setting: If set to On, the SIRCH function is not available.
•• Factory Reset will not reset the Security Setting.
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Installing the Wall Mount
The wall mount kit (sold separately) allows you to mount the TV on the wall. For detailed information on installing the
wall mount, see the instructions provided with the wall mount. Contact a technician for assistance when installing the
wall mount bracket. We do not advise you to do it yourself.
Samsung Electronics is not responsible for any damage to the product or injury to yourself or others if you select to install
the TV on your own.
Wall Mount Kit Specifications (VESA)
✎✎ The Wall mount kit is not supplied but sold separately.
Install your wall mount on a solid wall, perpendicular to the floor. When attaching to other building materials, please
contact your nearest dealer. If installing on a ceiling or slanted wall, it may fall and result in severe personal injury.
✎✎ NOTE
•• Standard dimensions for wall mount kits are shown in the table below.
•• When purchasing our wall mount kit, a detailed installation manual and all parts necessary for assembly are
provided.
•• Do not use screws that do not comply with VESA standard screw specifications.
•• Do not use screws longer than the standard dimensions, as they may cause damage to the inside of the TV set.
•• For wall mounts that do not comply with the VESA standard screw specifications, the length of the screws may
differ depending on their specifications.
•• Do not fasten the screws too tightly. This may... damage the product or cause the product to fall, leading to
personal injury. Samsung is not liable for these kinds of accidents.
•• Samsung is not liable for product damage or personal injury when a non-VESA or non-specified wall mount is
used or the consumer fails to follow the product installation instructions.
•• Do not exceed a 15 degrees tilt when mounting this TV.
Wall mount
Bracket
TV
C
inches
VESA Spec. (A * B)
C (mm)
Standard Screw
Quantity
32~40
200 X 200
22
M8
4
Do not install your Wall Mount Kit while your TV is turned on.
It may result in personal injury due to electric shock.
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Securing the TV to the Wall
Caution: Pulling, pushing, or climbing onto the TV may cause the TV to fall. In particular, ensure that your children do not
hang over or destabilize the TV; doing so may cause the TV to tip over, resulting in 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
1. Put the screws into the clamps and firmly fasten them onto the wall. Confirm that the screws have been firmly
installed onto the wall.
✎✎ You may need additional material, such as an anchor, depending on the type of wall.
✎✎ Since the necessary clamps, screws, and string are not supplied, please purchase these additionally.
2. 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.
✎✎ Screws may not be supplied with the product. In this case, please purchase the screws of the following
specifications.
3. Connect the clamps fixed onto the TV and the clamps fixed onto the wall with a strong string and then tie the string
tightly.
✎✎ NOTE
•• Install the TV near to the wall so that it does not fall backwards.
•• 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.
•• Untie the string before moving the TV.
4. Verify that 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.
Anti-theft Kensington Lock
The Kensington Lock is not supplied by Samsung. It 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
additional information on proper use.
To lock the product, follow these steps:
Please find the “K” icon on the rear of the TV. A kensington slot is beside the
“K” icon.
1
<Optional>
1. Wrap the Kensington lock cable around a large, stationary object such as
desk or chair.
2. Slide the end of the cable with the lock attached through the looped end of the Kensington lock cable.
3. Insert the locking device into the Kensington slot on the product (1).
4. Lock the lock.
✎✎ These are general instructions. For exact instructions, see the User manual supplied with the locking device.
✎✎ The locking device has to be purchased separately.
✎✎ The location of the Kensington Lock may be different depending on the model.
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Specifications
Environmental Considerations
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
Storage Humidity
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
Model Name
HG32EE590
HG40EE590
Display Resolution
1366 x 768
1920 x 1080
32 inches (80 cm)
40 inches (101 cm)
5W x 2
10W x 2
20˚ / 60˚ / 90˚
20˚ / 60˚ / 90˚
745.4 x 433.9 x 68.8 mm
745.4 x 486.1 x 192.6 mm
922.7 x 522.7 x 72.2 mm
922.7 x 581.8 x 226.5 mm
Weight
Without Stand
With Stand
4.0 kg
5.6 kg
7.7 kg
10.6 kg
Power Supply
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
AC100-240V~ 50/60Hz
50 W
90 W
Screen Size (Diagonal)
Sound (Output)
Stand Swivel (Left / Right)
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Body
With stand
Power Consumption
✎✎ Design and specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
✎✎ For power supply and power consumption information, refer to the label attached to the product.
✎✎ For information on Samsung’s environmental commitments and product-specific regulatory obligations,
e.g. REACH, WEEE, Batteries, visit http://www.samsung.com/uk/aboutsamsung/samsungelectronics/
corporatecitizenship/data_corner.html
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Dimensions
Front view / Side view
4
1
2
3
5
(Unit: mm)
1
2
3
4
5
HG32EE590
745.4
433.9
486.1
68.8
192.6
HG40EE590
922.7
522.7
581.8
72.2
226.5
Jack panel detail / Rear view
✎✎ Detailed dimensions can be checked at Displaysolutions.samsung.com.
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Base Stand detail
•• HG32EE590
(Unit: mm)
55.9
135
R9.5
R3.75
152
449.2
192.6
119.9
•• HG40EE590
556.5
226.5
(Unit: mm)
147.2
✎✎ NOTE: All drawings are not necessarily to scale. Some dimensions are subject to change without prior notice. Refer
to the dimensions prior to performing installation of your TV. Not responsible for typographical or printed errors.
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Licence
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
For DTS patents, see http://patents.dts.com. Manufactured under license from DTS, Inc.
DTS, the Symbol, DTS in combination with the Symbol, DTS Premium Sound|5.1, DTS
Digital Surround, DTS Express, and DTS Neo2:5 are registered trademarks or trademarks
of DTS, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.
© DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
For DTS patents, see http://patents.dts.com. Manufactured under license from DTS
Licensing Limited. DTS, the Symbol, DTS in combination with the Symbol, and DTS
Studio Sound are registered trademarks or trademarks of DTS, Inc. in the United States
and/or other countries. © DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo
are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States
and other countries.
This DivX Certified® device has passed rigorous testing to ensure it plays DivX® video.
To play purchased DivX movies, first register your device at vod.divx.com. Find your
registration code in the DivX VOD section of your device setup menu.
DivX Certified® to play DivX® video up to HD 1080p, including premium content.
DivX®, DivX Certified® and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, LLC and are used
under license.
Covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 7,295,673; 7,460,668; 7,515,710;
8,656,183; 8,731,369; RE45,052.
Open Source License Notice
Open Source used in this product can be found on the following webpage. (http://opensource.samsung.com)
Open Source Licence Notice is written only English.
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