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    E-MANUAL Thank you for purchasing this Samsung product. To receive more complete service, please register your product www.samsung.com/register Model Serial No.

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    e-Manual Guide Channel Management Remove Channels Restore Removed Channels Viewing the e-Manual Program Rating Lock Scrolling a Page B ock ng Programs Usng the TV Rating Using Icons B ock ng based on Movie Ratng (MPAA) Ret_rning to the Home Page Bockqg Based on Canadian Eng sh Rating...

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    Entering Text using the Onscreen Keypad Controlling the TV Entering Text using the QWERTY Keypad Addit ona Features Smart Touch Control SMART Interaction Inserting the Batteries (AAA X 2) Precautions Connecting to the TV Face Recognition Reconnecting the Smart Touch Contro TV Camera Use Battery Low Alarm...

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    Custom Sounds Activating 3D Mode 3D Audio Setting 3D Effects Speaker Settings Speaker Select Analog Screen Calibration Digital Audio Output Fine Tune Samsung Audio Device Connection Broadcast Audio Options Digital Broadcast Audio Options Analog Broadcast Audio Options Sports Mode Subtitles...

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    Language Game Mode Social Precaut ons and Restrictions Social Settings BD Wise Checking the App caton Menu Transparency Connect i_g a Service to a Samsung Account Watching Videos Sound Feedback Friend Profile Panel Locking Select a friend call Booting Logo...

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    Videos Fitness CreatJ_gaProf 125 Changing the view mode Kids 125 Playlist Creation WebBrowser 125 Opening a Different File Social Networks 125 Video Scanning Linking Servce Accounts 126 Show Subtitles Apps Settings 126 Additional Video Playback Settings Auto Ticker Push Notfcation Settings Music Channel-Bound...

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    Subtitle and Media Contents file formats, and Codec Other Information 145 Subtitle Externa Support Ir_temal 135 Remote Management 146 Supported image resolutions What }s Remote S_pport? 146 Supported music file formats How Does it Work7 147 Video Codec 137 e-Manual Other Restrctions 137 Self Diagnosis...

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    A pdntab e version of this guide is also avai[ab e at www, samsung,com/supporL Scrolling a Page To scroll a page, use of one of the following methods: Press the button on the scroll bar at the right edge of the screen.

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    Searching the _ndex Select the D button on the virtual control panel or select .@ on the top right of the screen to display the index. Select a term to display the page containing the term. Searching Pages Select the [_;S button on the virtual control panel or select...

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    Antenna Connection Refer to the diagram and connect the antenna cable to the antenna input connector. Make sure that you do not bend the cable. The number of connectors and their names and locations may vary depending on the model. Connect the correct antenna...

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    HDMI Connection Refer to the diagram and connect the HDMI cable to the video device's HDMI output connector and the TV's HDMI input connector. One of the following HDMI cable types is recommended: High-Speed HDMI Cable High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet Use an HDMI cable with a thickness of 14 mm or less.

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    Component Connection For the LED 7450/7500 series models, connect the TV's component video and audio input connectors to the external device's component video and audio output connectors using a component cable, so that the connectors of the same color connect to each other, as shown in the figure.

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    For the LED 8000 and PDP 8500 series models, connect a component cable to the provided two jack- to-RCA extension cables, so that the connectors of the same color connect to each other. Plug the two jacks into the TV's component video and audio input connectors, and plug the five connectors on the...

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    AV Connection For the LEI[i} 7450/7500 series mo_e_s Refer to the diagram and connect the AV cable to the TV's external input connectors and the device's AV output connectors. If you are using the TV's external input 1 connectors, connect the video cable to the Y connector.

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    For the LED 8000 and PDP 8500 series models Connect a composite cable to the provided jack-to-RCA extension cable, so that the connectors the same color connect to each other. Plug the jack into the TV's composite video and audio input connector, and plug the three connectors on the other end into the external...

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    Audio Device Connections This TV has a wide range of connectors for audio input from devices such as amplifiers, Blu-ray players and DVD players. For better audio quality, it is a good idea to use an AV receiver. Digital Audio (Optical) Audio ARC (Audio...

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    Audio Output Connection Refer to the diagram and connect the audio cable to the TV's audio output connector and the device's audio input connector. AUDIO OUT is supported in LED 7450/7500 and 8000 Series. The displayed image may differ depending on the model.

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    ARC (Audio Return Channel} This TV supports 3D and ARC (Audio Return Channel) functions via an HDMI cable. ARC enables digital sound to be output using just an HDMI cable. However, ARC is only available through the HDMI (ARC) port and only when the TV is connected to an ARC-enabled AV receiver.

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    Computer Connection This TV supports the HDMI/DVI port for connect the computer. Not all computers are HDMI-enabled. In this case, use an HDMI-to-DVl cable to connect the computer to the TV. Refer to the "Display Resolution" for information on the resolution settings supported to the TV.

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    HDM -to-DVm Connection Refer to the diagram and connect the HDMI-to-DVI cable to the TV's HDMI (DVI) port and the computer's DVl output port. The HDMI-to-DVl connection is available through the HDMI (DVl) port only. DVl cannot carry audio. To listen to the computer sound, connect the external speaker to the...

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    Smartphone Connection This TV supports MHL (Mobile High-definition Link) via an MHL cable. MHL makes it possible to enjoy video, image, and audio files from mobile devices on your TV. However, MHL is only available through the TV's HDMI (MHL) port and only when used in conjunction with an MHL-enabled mobile device.

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    Switching Between Video Press the SOURCE button to switch between devices connected to the TV. For example, to switch to a game console connected to the second HDMI connector, press the SOURCE button. From the Source list, select HDM_2. The connector names may vary depending on the product.

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    Programming Scan and index available channels. The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, You can also remove channels from the index, restore removed channels and designate favorite channels for a more convenient TV viewing experience. Programming is not necessary if you are connected to a cable or satellite...

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    Channel Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Edit: Channel The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet. Remove channels from the index, restore removed channels, and rename analog channels. The Edit Channel screen icons indicate the following: _, " An analog channel @_"...

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    Restore Removed Channels Restore removed channels. Removed channels are displayed in gray on the ANI list. In addition, the Add option is only available for removed channels. Select the Virtual Remote panel's TOOLS button to display the list. Select Category and then select ANI.

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    Blocking based on Movie Bating (MPAA) Block movies based on their MPAA rating. This applies to all material with supplied ratings in the USA. From the MPAA: "The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has implemented a rating system that provides parents or guardians with advanced information...

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    Blocking Based on Canadian French Ratin9 Block material based on its French Canadian rating. This applies to all rated material viewed French-Canadian TV channels. Select a lock beside one of the rating categories to block that category and all higher categories. unblock a category, select the lock icon.

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    Favorite Channels Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Edit Favorites The displayed image may differ depending on the model, You can designate frequently watched channels as favorites. The channels assigned as a favorite displayed with the _ symbol on the Edit Channel and channel list screens.

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    Rearrange the Favorite Channels List Rearrange the order of the channels in a Favorite Channels List. Select the [_ button on the virtual control panel to bring up the favorite channels list and select the channel you wish to move. Select the [] button on the virtual control...

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    Network Configuration Connecting the TV to a network gives you access to online services such as the Smart Hub as well as software updates. Wired Network There are three ways to connect the TV to a Local Area Network (LAN). External Modem @ IP Router + @ External...

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    Types: WEE TKIP, AES If the wireless router has been set to Pure High-throughput (Greenfield) 802.11n mode and the Encryption Type to WEP or TKIE Samsung TVs will not support the connection in compliance with the new Wi-Fi certification specifications.

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    Network Setup Screen Menu > Network > Network Settings The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, Automatic Wired Network Setup The TV's wired network connection is automatically configured when it is connected to a network that supports DHCP. Set Network type to Wired and then select Connect.

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    Set Network type to Wired and then select Connect. Select Stop when the TV attempts to connect to the network. Once the network connection been interrupted, select JP Settings. From the JP Settings screen, set JP Setting to Enter manually, enter JP Address, Subnet Mask,...

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    Fai ed Wired Connection H o n etwo r k ca hie fo u nd Make sure the network cable is plugged in. If it is connected, make sure the router is turned on. If it is on, try turning it off and on again.

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    Wireless Network Screen Menu > Network > Network Settings The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, Automatic Wireless Network Setup Connect the TV to the Internet via a wireless router. Check the wireless router's SSID and security key settings before attempting to connect.

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    Manua Wireless Network Setup If the network requires a static IP address, enter the IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS values to connect to the network manually. To get the IP address, subnet mask, gateway and DNS values, contact your Internet Service Provider...

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    Fromthe JPSettings screen,set JPSetting to Enter manually,enter JPAddress,SubnetMask, Gateway,andthe DNSServervalues,andthen selectOK. The TV attemptsto connectto the networkagain usingthe specifiedsettings.A confirmation messageis then shown oncea connectionis established. S electOK to proceed. Using the WPS Button If the router has a WPS push button, you can use it to connect the TV to the router automatically.

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    Fai ed Wireless Connection Wkeb s s n etwo rk co n n ectio n fai_ ed_ o_" n o wkeb ss rout e r sebct Go to Network Settings and select the correct router. Unabb to connect to a wkebss _'outer Check the following: Check that the router is turned...

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    Connected to a Ioca_ network_ but not to the _nternet Make sure that the Internet LAN cable is connected to the router's external LAN port. Check the DNS settings under JP Settings. If the problem persists, contact your Internet Service Provider.

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    Checking the Network Status Screen Menu > Network > Network Status The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, View the current network and Internet status, Mobile Device Connection The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet_ You can either directly connect a mobile...

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    Wi-Fi Direct Screen Menu > Network > Wi-Fi Direct Connect a mobile device that supports Wi-Fi Direct to the TV without using a wireless router. Enable Wi-Fi Direct on the mobile device and then launch Wi-Fi Direct. The TV automatically scans for and displays a list of available devices.

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    TV using a Smart Touch Control, you must first pair it to the TV via Bluetooth. However, the Smart Touch Control is only available for the paired Samsung To turn on the TV, point the Smart Touch Control at the remote control receiver of the TV and press the TV button.

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    Reconnectin9 the Smart Touch Contro_ If you need to reestablish the connection between the TV and the Smart Touch Control, press the pairing button at the back of the Smart Touch Control. <The Smart Touch Control's pairing button> The pairing button can be accessed by removing...

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    Buttons and Descriptions <For U.S.A. and Canada> <For the other countries>...

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    Turns the TV on/off. SOURCE Changes the source. Turn on and off the satellite or cable set-top box connected to the TV. For this, the STIB Smart Touch Control must be configured as a universal remote control. Refer to "Universal Remote Control Setup"...

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    Special Functions Press hold the following Smart Touch Control buttons to access various special functions. Press and hold the touch pad while watching TV to display OH List on the screen. In addition, you can press and hold the touch pad for 2 seconds or more Touch...

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    Using the touch Use the touch pad to perform various commands. Navigate to Tutorial (System > Device Manager > Smart Touch Control Settings > Tutorial) to view an on-screen guide to using the Smart Touch Control. Drag on the touch pad in the desired direction.

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    Flicking Flick on the touch pad in the desired direction. This moves the focus or scrolls the screen based on the direction and speed of the flick. (The button's name may vary, depending on the country.> Pressing and Holding Press and hold the touch pad while watching TV to display...

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    Pressing and Dragging Press on the touch pad, drag and release. This moves the selected web item in a webpage or your current location on a map. <The button's name may vary, depending on the country.> Scrolling Up/Down Scroll up/down the line on either the left or right edge of the touch pad.

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    Changing Channels by Entering Numbers While watching TV, tap on the protruding line on the left or right edge of the touch pad to bring up the numerical input window on the screen. Use your finger to enter the number for the channel you want to watch.

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    Samsung Apps will launch if the selected application is not installed on the TV. Refer to the "Samsung Apps" for more information. For U.S.A. and Canada Press the RECOMM, / SEAIRCH and then select History from the list displayed...

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    Virtua Remote Controm Press the MORE button to display the virtual remote panel on the screen. The virtual remote panel consists of a number panel, a playback control panel, and a quick access panel. Use the touch pad to select numbers and buttons.

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    TV using the TV's remote control. You can also use the Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) function to operate Samsung external devices with your TV's remote control without any additional setup. For more information, refer to "Anynet+ (HDMI- CEC)".

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    Add the External Device Turn on the external device you wish to set up universal remote function for and then press the SOURCE button to bring up the Source screen. Select Universal Remote Setup from the top of the screen. This initiates the universal remote...

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    An onscreen keypad appears when you need to enter text (entering the network password, logging into your Samsung account, etc.), allowing you to enter text using your remote control. Entering Text using the QWERTY Keypad Use the QWERTY keypad as you would a normal keyboard.

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    SMART Interaction This TV features SMART Interaction, which recognizes a user's voice, actions, and face to enable TV operations without the use of a remote control. SMART Interaction makes it possible to configure settings and access features with ease. It takes approximately 15 seconds for voice and motion recognition...

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    Voice Text Input requires the user's agreement with any third-party app's voice privacy policy and to provide Samsung with the user's MAC address and other private information. Voice Text Input lets users enter text using voice commands instead of a mouse, keyboard or remote control.

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    (Suitable Ambient Noise Level: Less than 40 dB, .40 dB - the sound at library residential area in the daytime.) Visit the Samsung website for a list of standard voice commands. The voice recognition rate varies depending on the volume/tone,...

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    Vo ice Rec og n iti on Envir o nm ent Test Screen Menu > Smart Features > Voice Recognition > Voice Recognition Environment Test This test determines how well Voice Recognition will work in the TV's current environment. This test must be performed before using Voice Recognition to make sure it functions...

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    Basic Voice Recognition You can use the following commands anytime while Voice Recognition is active: Moving the Focus: Say "Focus Left", "Focus Right", "Focus Up", or "Focus Down" to move the focus. However, these commands can only be used in situations when the focus can be moved.

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    mnteractive Voice Recognition Commands Interactive Voice Recognition allows you to set up a Schedule Viewing access VODs, search and launch applications, and execute various other commands without having to remember specific commands or keywords. Saying "Turn off the TV in 30 minutes," for example, instructs the TV to turn...

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    Motion Screen Menu > Smart: Features > Motion Control The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, Use Motion Control to change the channel, adjust the volume, move the pointer, and control other TV functions. Some applications may not support Motion Control.

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    Motion Control Environment Test Screen Menu > Smart Features > Motion Control > Motion Control Environment Test Run this test before using Motion Control to ensure proper functionality. Run Motion Control Environment Test and select Start within 4.9ft and 13.1ft of the TV. If light reflects on the TV screen, user can be difficult...

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    Using the Basic Motion ControMs Available motion commands may vary, depending on what the TV is currently doing. The following basic motion control commands are available: Pointing Navigation: This action moves the cursor to the desired position. Run / Select: Make a fist to select an option or execute a command.

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    Motion Control Screen The Screen Composition while Viewing "[V Launching Motion Control while watching TV displays the following icons on the screen: Changes the channel. Check the recommended program information and air times. Select a program from the list to view detailed information about that program ,,For more...

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    The Smart Hub Screen Composition Launching Motion Control while using Smart Hub displays the following icons on the screen: Adjust the volume. This function is only available on the On TV. Turns the TV sound on/off. This function is only available on the On _#.

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    RetHevin9 Icons on the Screen When using Motion Control with Smart Hub, the icons will disappear automatically after two seconds of inactivity. To retrieve the icons, move the pointer to one of the three edges shown below (marked blue) and then hold it there for 1 second. The icons will reappear on the screen.

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    In addition, keep your mouth closed but at the same time as neutral as possible, User's facial expression when logging into your Samsung account must be the same as the facial expression during the registration process,...

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    Account ) Edit Profile menu, and select Register Face. Read the instruction, select OK, and then enter the password for the Samsung account. Select Take Picture, and the user's face appears on the screen. Keep the face to be completely in the red dotted frame.

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    Using Peripheral The displayed image may differ depending on the modet, This TV can be controlled with a keyboard and a mouse instead of a remote control. These peripheral devices make it easier and more convenient to use the TV. Certain models do not support...

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    Mouse Connection Screen Menu > System > Device Manager > Mouse Settings Connect a mouse to the TV and right-click on the mouse to bring up the Go To screen. You can then use the screen menu, Smart Hub, and other TV functions using the mouse as you would on a computer.

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    TV Viewing The displayed image may differ depending on the modet, Use this feature to view the program guide and program information more easily. However, these features are not available when viewing TV using a cable box or satellite receiver. Program mnfo Select the Virtual...

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    ScreenMenu> Broadcasting> Guide View eachdigital channel'sprogrammingschedule.Checkthe programmingschedulesand evensetup a ScheduleViewing. Pressthe GUIDEbutton to launchthe guide. Change Channels Select a channel from Guide to jump to that channel right away, Change Category Select the @ button on the virtual control panel to change the desired category, Quick...

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    Channel List Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Channel List Launch OH List while watching TV to change channels or to check what's on other channels. Press and hold the touch pad. This launches OH List. Alternatively, select the Virtual Remote panel's CIH List button...

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    Schedule Viewing Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Schedule Manager The displayed image may differ depending on the model, Configure the TV to show a specific channel or program at a specific time and date. Before scheduling TV watching, make sure that the date and time is set properly under the System >...

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    FromGuide,selecta programyou wish to view. P_'ogram _nfo Select the Virtual Remote panel's IHFO button to display information about the current program. From the program information screen, drag left/right on the touch pad to select a program that has not yet aired and set up a ScheduNe Viewing for it.

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    Menu > Picture > 3D The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, This TV is 3D-enabled. For the best 3D viewing experience, users must wear Samsung's 3D Active Glasses. The ideal viewing distance is three times or more the height of the screen.

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    Thereareseveralrestrictionswhen using 3D TV: o Runningthe SmartHubautomaticallydeactivates3D viewing. P_P cannot be used. CertainPictureoptions are disabled. IRType Samsung3D Active Glassesand third-party 3D glassesare not supported. The left and right 3D imagesmay initially overlapwhenthe TV is turnedon. It takesa moment for the display to optimize andthe overlappingto go away. The 3D Active Glassesmay not work properlyif there is another3D productor electronicdevice turnedon nearthe glassesor TV.

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    Activating 3D Mode Screen Menu > Picture > 3D > 3D Mode Choose a 3D mode according to the input signal. Available 3D modes may vary depending on the input signal. Some 3D contents may differ prefered 3D mode. In this case, change the desired mode for watching.

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    Screen Menu > Picture > P_P The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, Display video from an external device on the main screen and the TV as a picture-in-picture. example, you can display a Blu-ray movie on the main screen and simultaneously watch TV as a picture-in-picture.

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    Analog Screen Calibration The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, Analog pictures can become shaky and full of noise, If this happens, you can fine tune the signal and/or reduce noise to clear up the picture, Fine Tune Screen Menu ) Broadcasting ) Channel...

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    Broadcast Audio Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Audio Options The displayed image may differ depending on the model, Configure the program's audio language. Using this option is different for analog and digital channels. Digital Broadcast Audio Options Preferred Language: Digital broadcasts are embedded with audio signals...

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    Screen Menu > Smart Features > Sports Mode This functions is not available on U.S.A. and Canada. Enable Sports Mode for the optimal sports viewing experience. However, enabling Sports Mode disables the Picture, Sound and Broadcasting menu options. Disabling Sports Mode restores previous Picture...

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    SubtitMe Options Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Caption > Caption Mode Select a subtitle mode. The list of modes may vary depending on the broadcast. Default / 001 ~ 004 / Text1 ~ Text4: (analog channels only) The analog caption function operates in either analog...

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    Basic Picture Settings Screen Menu ) Picture The dispIayed image may differ depending on the modet, The basic image settings alter the look and feel of the image displayed on the TV screen. Changing the Picture Mode Screen Menu ) Picture >...

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