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Important Warranty Information Regarding
Television Format Viewing_
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See the warranty card for more information
on warranty
terms.
Wide screen format LED Displays with aspeet ratios of 16:9 (the ratio of
the screen width to screen height) are primarily designed
to display wide
screen format full-motion
video. The images displayed
on them should
primarily be in the wide screen 16:9 ratio format,
or expanded
to fill the
screen if your model offers this feature and the images are constantly
moving.
Displaying
stationary
graphics
and images on screen, such as
the dark sidebars on non- expanded
standard
format television video
and programming,
should
be limited to no more than 5% of the total
television viewing
per week. Additionally,
viewing
other stationary
images
and text such as stock
market crawls, video game displays, station
Iogos, web sites or computer
graphics and patterns,
should
be limited
as described
above for all televisions.
Displaying
stationary
images that
exceed the above guidelines
can cause uneven aging of LED Displays
that leave subtle, but permanent
burneddn
ghost images in the LED
picture.
To avoid this, vary the programming
and images,
and primarily
display full screen moving images,
not stationary
patterns
or dark bars.
On LED models that offer picture sizing features,
use these controls to
view different formats
as a full screen picture.
Be careful in the selection
and duration
of television formats
you use for viewing.
Uneven LED aging
as a result of format selection
and use, as well as burneddn
images, are
not covered by your Samsung
limited warranty.
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stock or news scroll bars, etc.) on the screen. The
constant
display
of still pictures
can cause ghosting
or image bum-in
(image retention) on the LED screen, which will affect image quality. To
reduce the risk of this effeet, please follow the recommendations
below:
• Avoid displaying
the same TV channel for long periods.
• Always try to display any image in full screen mode. Use the TV's
Picture Options
menu to select the optimal screen size.
• Reduce
brightness
and contrast values to the minimum
required to
achieve the desired picture quality. Values that exceed the minimum
may speed up the burndn
process.
- Frequently
use all TV features designed
to reduce image retention and
screen burn-in. Refer to proper user manual section for details.
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To add channels
to the Added
Channels
list, follow these steps:
5. Press the ENTER F4J button on your remote when done.
1. Select one or more channels
in the All Channels
list using the A/V
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Only Added
Channels
can be scheduled.
buttons
and the Yellow (Select)
button on your remote.
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Scheduled
programs
and channels are displayed
in the
2. Press the TOOLS
button on your remote. The Tools menu appears.
Programmed
List.
3. Select Add in the Toob menu, and then press the ENTER F4 J button.
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When you select a digital channel, press the _ button to view the
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AJl deleted channels are shown
on the All Channels
list. You add
channels back to the Added
Channels
list on the All Channels
list.
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A gray-colored
channel indicates
the channel
has been deleted from
the Added
Channels
list.
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The Add menu option
only appears for deleted
channels.
[] Add to Favorite/Delete
from Favorite
_:
Lets you add
channels
to and delete channels from your Favorites
list.
To add channels
to the Favorites
list, follow these steps:
1. Select one or more channels
in the All Channels
list using the A/V
buttons
and the Yellow (Select)
button on your remote.
2. Press the TOOLS
button on your remote. The Tools menu appears.
3. Select Add to Favorite
in the Tools menu, and then press the
ENTER _
button.
To delete channels from the Favorites
list, follow these steps:
1. Select one or more channels
in the Favorite
Channels list using the
J,/v
buttons
and the Yellow (Select) button on your remote.
2. Press the TOOLS
button on your remote. The Tools menu appears.
3. Select Delete
from Favorite
in the Tools menu, and then press the
ENTER _
button.
[] Timer Viewing:
You can schedule
a channel to be displayed
automatically
at a set time, even when you are watching
another
channel. You must set the current time first in the Time > Clock
funetion to use Time Viewing.
To schedule
a channel, follow these steps:
1. Select a channel in the Added
Channels
list using the A/V
buttons
and the Yellow (Select)
button on your remote.
2. Press the TOOLS
button on your remote. The Tools menu appears.
3. Select Time Viewing
in the Tools menu, and then press the
ENTER _
button. The Time Viewing
screen appears.
4. Use the _/_
buttons
to move from entry field to entry field and the
A/V
buttons to change
the entries. Where numbers
are displayed,
you can also enter numbers
directly using the number keypad on
your remote.
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If you select Everyday
or Every Week, the date you select in the
Date field becomes
the start date for your scheduled
viewing.
For Everyday,
the TV will turn on every day, at the time you
selected,
starting from that date. For Everyweek,
the TV will turn
on every week, on the same day of the week as the start date
you selected,
at the time you selected,
from that day on. If you
select Once, the TV will turn on once, on the date and time you
selected.
digitaJ program
list. If you highlight
a program
in the list, and then
press the ENTER _
(Schedule)
button, you set Timer Viewing
for
that program
directly.
[] Channel
Name
Edit: Analog channels only. Lets you assign a name
of up to five characters
to an analog channel. For example,
Hist,
Food, Golf, etc. This makes
it easier to find and select a channel.
[] Deselect
All: Deselect
all the selected
displayed
channels.
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You can only select Deselect
All when one or more channels
are
selected.
[] Select All: Select all the channels
in the displayed
channel list.
[] Auto
Program:
See Auto
Program
under Memorizing
Channels.
@ Programmed List (on the Channel List Screen)
The Programmed
list displays the channels and programs
you have
scheduled
for viewing
using the Time Viewing
function.
You can view,
modify, or delete a show you have scheduled
using the functions
on the
Programmed
List screen Tools menu.
Programmed
List Screen
Tools
Menu
[_
Channel
List _
Programmed
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[] Change
Info: Change the scheduling
information
for a show or
channel you have scheduled.
To change
the information,
follow these steps:
1. Sebet the Programmed
List icon on the left side of the Channel
List
screen, and then press the ENTER _
button.
2. On the Programmed
List screen,
select the show or channel entry
you want to change, and then press the TOOLS
button.
The Tools
Menu appears.
3. Select Change
Info, and then press the ENTER F4J button.
The
Time Viewing
screen appears.
4. Use the *_/1_ buttons
to move from entry field to entry field and the
A/_"
buttons to change the entries. Where numbers
are displayed,
you can also enter numbers
directly using the number keypad on
your remote.
Press the ENTER _
button
when done.
[] Cancel
Schedules:
Cancel a show or channel you have scheduled.
To cancel
a scheduled
show or channel, follow these steps:
1. Sebet the Programmed
List icon on the left side of the Channel
List
screen, and then press the ENTER _
button.
2. On the Programmed
List screen,
select the show or channel entry
you want to cancel, and then press the TOOLS button.
The Tools
Menu appears.
3. Sebet Cancel
Schedules,
and then press the ENTER_
button.
The Cancel
Schedule
screen appears.
4. Select OK, and then press the ENTER_
button.
[] Information:
Display the information
for a show or channel
you have
scheduled.
You can also change the schedule Information.
1. Sebet the Programmed
List icon on the left side of the Channel
List
screen, and then press the ENTER _
button.
2. On the Programmed
List screen,
select the show or channel entry
you want information
for, and then press the TOOLS
button. The
Tools Menu appears.
3. Select Information,
and then press the ENTER_
button.
The Timer
Viewing
Info screen appears.
4. Sebet Change
Info and press the ENTER F4J button to change
information,
or sebet Close and press the ENTER _
button to close
the Information
screen.
[] Select All / Deselect
All: You can sebet
or deselect
all channels in
the channel list.
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[]
Your TV has two kinds of menus, the Main menu and the various Tools
[]
menus.
The Main menu gives you access
to most or all of the menu
options
available on your TV. The Tools menus display a selected
number
of frequently
used menu options that change
depending
on the screen
you are viewing.
A Tools menu symbol (_r3) in the lower right side of the
[]
screen indicates
that a Tools menu is available.
The Main menu has seven primary categories:
. Picture
- Sound
. Channel
- Setup
. Input
- Application
. Support
To view the Main menu, press the MENU
button on your remote. To view
a Toob menu, press the TOOLS
button on your remote.
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The menu options that appear
in the Main menu depend
on the
Souree you have selected.
For example,
if you have selected
the
HDMI source,
the Channel category
will not appear. To see the
Channel category,
you must first select TV in the Source List.
The Menu options are presented
below, arranged
by Main menu
categories.
A Toob button symbol (rt_T_4[_a"ll) next to an option
name
indicates
the option is also available
in one of the Tools menus.
Black Tone: Selects the black level to adjust the screen depth. Darker
settings make blacks look darker.
Flesh Tone: Adjusts
the amount
of red in skin tones.
Color Space:
Auto automatically
matches the range of colors (the
variety and number of colors) available
to create pictures
with the
color range of the video source. Native provides a color range wider
than the color range of the video source.
White
Balance:
Adjusts the color temperature
of the picture so that
white objects
look white (instead of, for example,
slightly pink or
slightly yellow) and the overall color of the picture looks natural.
R-Offset
/ G-Offset
/ B-Offset:
Adjusts
how dark each color (red,
green, blue) is.
R-Gain / G-Gain
/ B-Gain:
Adjusts
how bright each color (red, green,
blue) is.
Reset:
Resets the White
Balance
to it's default settings.
[] Gamma:
Adjusts
the primary color intensity.
[] Motion
Lighting:
When on, the TV automatically
adjusts the
brightness
of the screen in response to the brightness
of the room. In
bright light, the screen brightens.
In dim light, the screen dims.
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Availabb
in Standard
mode only.
Picture Options
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When the TV is connected
to a PC, you can only make changes to
,
Mode
Select your preferred
picture mode.
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When your TV is connected
to a PC, you can only select Entertain
and Standard.
[] Dynamic:
Brightens
the screen. Suitable for a bright room.
[] Standard:
Suitable for a normal room brightness.
[] Movie:
Darkens
the screen, making it less glary. Suitable for watching
movies in a darkened
room.
[] Entertain:
Sharpens
the picture. Suitable for games.
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Only available when the TV is connected
to a PC.
Backiight / Contrast / Brightness / Sharpness /
Color / Tint
[] Backlight:
Adjusts
the brightness
of the screen by adjusting the
brightness
of the individual pixels.
[] Contrast:
Increases or decreases
the contrast between
dark and light
areas of the picture.
[] Brightness:
Adjusts
the brightness
of the screen.
Not as effeetive as
Backlight.
[] Sharpness:
Sharpens
or dulls the edges of objeets.
[] Color: Adjusts the color saturation.
The higher the Color setting, the
more intense the color. Low settings
remove color and the picture
becomes
black, white, and gray.
[] Tint: Adjusts
the amount
of green and red in the picture. As you
increase the amount
of green, the amount of red decreases
and vice
versa.
=£ When the TV is connected
to a PC, you can onJy make changes to
Backlight,
Contrast,
Brightness,
and Sharpness.
Advanced Settings
Availabb
in Standard
and Movie
mode only.
Compared
to previous models,
new Samsung
TVs offer a more precise
picture with more precise controls.
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When your TV is connected
to a PC, you can only make changes to
Gamma
and White
Balance.
[] Dynamic
Contrast:
Adjusts the screen contrast.
the Color Tone, Size, and HDMI Black
Level.
Color Tone: Cool makes the picture bluer (cooler). Warm
1 and Warm
2 make the picture redder (warmer).
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Warm1 and Warm2
are deactivated
when the picture mode is set
to Dynamic.
[] Size: Set the size and aspect
ratio of the picture on the screen. Your
cable box or satellite receiver may have its own set of screen sizes
as well. However, we highly recommend
you use the TVs 16:9 mode
most of the time.
16:9: Sets the picture to the 16:9 wide screen format.
Zoom1 : Provides
moderate
magnification
of the pieture. Sides, top,
and bottom are cut off.
Zoom2:
Provides
larger magnification
of the picture. Sides, top, and
bottom are cut off.
Wide
Fit: Enlarges the aspect
ratio of the picture so the picture fits
the entire screen.
4:3: Sets the picture to the old, 4:3 format and puts black or gray
borders on the right and left of the pieture.
_'
Do not watch your TV in the 4:3 format for a long time. Traces of
borders displayed
on the left, right and center of the screen may
cause image retention
(screen burn) which is not covered by the
warranty.
Screen
Fit: Displays the full image without
any cut-off when your TV is
inputting HDMI (720p / 1080i/1080p)
or Component
(1080i/1080p)
HD signals.
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HD(High
Deflnition)hasa
16:9 aspect
ratioand
1080i/1080p
(1920xl 080) or 720p (1280x720)
resolution.
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You can adjust and store settings
for each external device you have
connected
to an input on the TV. Pieture Sizes available by Input
Source are listed below:
ATV, AV, Component
(4801, 480p)
_,oo_m_,U_'_ 1'
DTV (1080i, 1080p), Component
(1080i,
I 16:9, Wide
Fit, 4:3,
1080p), HDMI (720p, 1080i, 1080p)
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Fit
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Cl Other Channel Menu Functions
Channel Mode
Lets you select the channel
list displayed
when you press the iXCHV
(Channel) button on your remote. For example,
if you seleet Favorite
Channels,
you will only see Favorite channels when you press the
/_CHV
button.
Fine Tune
Analog
channels only.
If the reception
is clear, you do not have to fine tune the channel, as this
is done automatically
during the search and store operation.
If the signal
is weak or distorted,
fine tune the channel
manually.
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Sebet the channel, and then select Fine Tune.
'_'
Fine tuned channels
that have been saved are marked with an
asterisk "*" on the right-hand
side of the channel
number in the
channel banner.
'_'
To reset fine-tuning,
select the channel, select Fine Tune, and then
select Reset on the Fine Tune screen.
[]
,
Plug & Play
Lets you re-run the Plug & Play initial setup procedure.
Language
Set the menu language.
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Choose between
EngJJsh, Espahol,
and Frangais.
_3 Setting the Time
Time
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The time you set will appear when you press the INFO button.
[] Clock: Set the clock so you can use the various timer features of the
T_
'_'
Ifyou disconnect
the power cord, you have to set the clock again.
To set the elock, foJJow these
steps:
1. Select Setup
>Time > Clock.
2. Press ENTER _
and select Auto or Manual,
and then press
ENTER _4_ again.
if you selected
Auto:
The TV will automatically
download
the correct time from a digital
channek
, Select Time Zone, and then press the ENTER _4 _ button. Use
theA/_'
buttons
to select your Time Zone, and then press
ENTER _.
. Select DST (Daylight Savings Time), and then press ENTER _.
Sebet
On if you want to turn the DST adjustment
on and off manually. Select
Off to turn off the DST adjustment.
Sebet Auto
if you want the TV to
adjust to DST automatically.
Press ENTER _
when done.
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DST and Time Zone function
are only available
when the Clock
Mode
is set to Auto.
Jf you seJected
Manual:
The Clock
Set sereen appears.
Use the A/_'
buttons
to change the
values in each field or use the number buttons to enter the values
directly. Use the _/1_
buttons
to move from field to field. When done
with all the fields, press ENTER _.
_z
AvaiJabb only when Clock
Mode
is set to Manual.
[] SJeep Timer
Automatically
shuts off the TV after a preset period of time. (30, 60,
90, 120, 150 and 180 minutes).
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To cancel the Sleep Timer,
select Off.
Timer 1 / Timer 2 / Timer 3
Turns the TV on and off automatically
at times and days you select. You
can set three different on/off timer settings.
_'
You must set the clock first.
[] On Time / Off Time:
Set the hour, minute,
am/pm,
and Activate/
Inactivate fields for On Time and Off Time.
Use the *_/1_ buttons
to
move from field to field. Use the _./_'
buttons
to change the values in
each field. To activate the timer with the setting you have chosen,
set
the Activate/Inactivate
field to Activate.
Volume:
Set the desired loudness.
Contents:
To select what will be turned on when the timer setting is
activated.
You can set the TV to turn on a specific
channel
or play
back contents
such as photo or audio files. Use the _/_,
buttons to
move to the Contents
field, and then press the ENTER _
button.
The Contents
screen appears.
Use the _/_
buttons to move from
field to field. Use the _/_'
buttons
to change the values in each field.
- TWUSB:
Select TV or USB. The USB device must be connected
to
your TV before you can select USB.
- Antenna:
Displays the current antenna source, Air or Cable.
- Channel:
If you have selected
TV, select the desired channel.
- Music/Photo:
If you have selected
USB, follow these steps to select
a folder containing
MP3 (Music) or JPEG (Photo) files on the USB
device:
_'
The maximum
number of files the TV can display, including
sub
folders, in one folder of a USB storage
device is 2000.
_'
The media may not play smoothly
if you use a USB device rated
lower than USB 2.0.
1. Use the _1/1_ buttons
to move to the field under Music or the field
under Photo,
and then press the ENTER _
button.
The TV displays
a single folder (the Root folder) and the type or name of the device.
2. Press the ENTER _4_ button. A list of folders on the device appears.
_'
If there are no folders on your device, press the Yellow (Select)
button to select the Root folder, and then press the RETURN
button. The Timer screen re-appears.
3. Use the _./T
buttons
to highlight a folder that contains
music or
photos,
and then press the Yellow (Select) button to select the folder.
4. Press the RETURN
button. The Timer screen re-appears.
[] Repeat:
Select Once,
Everyday,
Mon~FrJ,
Mon~Sat,
Sat~Sun
or
Manual.
If you select Manual,
you can select the days you want to
activate the timer by using the _/_
buttons to highlight the day, and
then pressing the ENTER _
button. To unselect
a day, highlight it,
and then press the ENTER _
button.
When you are finished making all your selections
on the Timer screen,
press either the ENTER _
or RETURN
button.
[] Digital Clean View:
If the broadcast
signal received by your TV is
weak, you can activate the Digital
Clean View feature to reduce any
static and ghosting that may appear
on the screen.
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When the signal is weak, try all the Digital
Clean View options until
the TV displays the best picture.
[] MPEG Noise Filter:
Reduces
MPEG noise to provide improved
picture quality.
[] HDMI Black Level:
For HDMI signals, select the black level to adjust
the screen depth. Low make blacks look darker.
_'
Available
only in HDMI mode (RGB signals).
[] Film Mode:
Sets the TV to automatically
sense and process
film
signals from all sources
and adjusts the picture for optimum
quality.
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Available
in ATV, DTV (interlace), AV, COMPONENT
(480i/1080i)
and HDMI (480i/1080i).
[] LED Clear Motion:
Removes
drag from fast scenes with a lot of
movement
to provide a clear picture.
Picture Reset
Resets the picture settings to their factory defaults.
Mode
[] Standard:
Selects the normal sound mode.
[] Music:
Emphasizes
music over voices.
[] Movie:
Provides the best sound for movies.
[] Clear Voice: Emphasizes
voices over other sounds.
[] Amplify:
Increase the intensity
of high-frequency
sounds to allow a
better listening experience
for the hearing
impaired.
Equalizer
Available in Standard
sound
mode only.
[] Balance
L/R: Adjusts
the balanee between the right and leff speaker.
[] 10OHz / 300Hz / 1KHz / 3KHz / 10KHz (Bandwidth
Adjustment):
Adjusts
the loudness of specific
bandwidth
frequencies.
[] Reset: Resets the equalizer to its default settings.
DTS TruSurround
Available in Standard
sound
mode only.
DTS TruSurround
is a patented
DTS technology
that solves the problem
of playing 5.1 multichannel
content through
two speakers.
TruSurround
delivers a compelling,
virtual surround
sound experience
through
any
two-speaker
playback
system, including
internal television speakers.
It is
fully compatible
with all multichannel
formats.
Digital channels only.
DigitaI-TV broadcasts
can transmit many audio tracks simultaneously
(for
example,
simultaneous
translations
of a program
into foreign languages).
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You can only select a language
from among the ones being
broadcast.
Multi-Track Sound
Analog
channels only.
[] Mono: Select for channels that are broadcasting
in mono or if you are
having difficulty
receiving a stereo signal.
[] Stereo:
Select for channels that are broadcasting
in stereo.
[] SAP: Select to listen to the Separate Audio Program,
which is usually
a foreigndanguage
translation.
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Depending
on the program
being broadcast,
you can listen to
Mono, Stereo
or SAP.
Auto Volume
Because each station
has its own broadcasting
conditions,
the
volume may fluctuate each time you change the channel. This feature
automatically
adjusts the volume of a channel by lowering the sound
output when the modulation
signal is high or by raising the sound output
when the modulation
signal is low.
SPDIF Output
The SPDIF (Sony Philips Digital InterFace) outputs
an uncompressed
digital audio signal when you connect
the digital audio jack on the back
of the TV to a digital audio in jack on a receiver or home theater.
[] Audio
Format:
You can select the Digital Audio output (SPDIF)
format.
The available Digital Audio output format may differ depending
on the input source.
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By connecting
the TV to a receiver or home theater
with Dolby
Digital
and 5.1ch speakers
and selecting
Dolby
Digital,
you can
maximize your interactive 3D sound experience.
[] Audio
Delay: Lets you correct timing mismatches
between the audio
track and the video when you are watching
the TV and listening to
digital audio output from the TV through
an external device such as
an AV receiver. When you select Audio
Delay, a slider appears.
Use
the left and right arrow buttons
to adjust the slider. Press ENTER
when done (0ms ~ 250ms).
Speaker Select
If you are listening
to the sound track of a broadcast
or movie through
an
external receiver, you may hear a sound echo caused
by the difference in
decoding
speed between
the TV's speakers and the speakers
attached
to your audio receiver. If this occurs,
set the TV to External
Speaker.
_'
When you set Speaker
Select
to External
Speaker,
the TV's
speakers
are turned
off. You will hear sound through
the external
speakers
only. When you set Speaker
Select to "IV Speaker
both
the TV's speakers
and the external speakers
are on. You will hear
sound through both.
_'
When Speaker
Select
is set to External
Speaker,
the VOLUME
and MUTE buttons will not operate and the sound settings will be
limited.
_'
Ifthereis
novideo
signal, both theTV's
speakers
and the external
speakers will be mute.
Visual Impaired
Digital channels only.
Adds verbal description
to the main audio to help the visually impaired.
Sound Reset
Resets all sound settings to the factory.
_3_
C3Other Features
Game Mode
When you connect
a game console such as a PlayStation
TM
or Xbox
TM
to your TV, you can enjoy a more realistic gaming
experience
by turning
on the Game
Mode function.
'_'
Precautions
and limitations for game mode:
* Before you disconnect
the game console
and connect
another
external device, set Game
Mode
to Off in the setup menu.
* If you display the TV menu in Game
Mode,
the screen shakes
slightly.
* Game
Mode
is not available when the input source is set to TV.
* After connecting
the game console,
set Game
Mode
to On. You
may notice slightly reduced picture quality.
Program Rating Lock
The Program
Rating
Lock feature lets you block programs
you've
determined
are inappropriate
for your children based on the program's
ratings. To access
the Program
Rating
Lock feature and make any
changes,
you must enter a PIN (personal identification
number). To
watch a blocked
program,
you must also enter the same PIN.
'_'
Program
Rating
Lock
is not available in HDMI or Component
mode.
'_'
The default PIN number of a new TV set is "0-0-0-0".
You can set
your own PIN using the Change
PIN function.
How it Works
When you access the Program
Rating
Lock
Menu functions
for the
first time, the PIN input screen appears.
Enter 0-0-0-0.
The PIN screen
closes and the Program
Rating
Lock
Menu appears.
Every time you
access
the Program
Rating
Lock functions,
the PIN screen will appear
and you must enter a PIN.
When the Program
Rating
Lock
screen appears,
select Program
Rating
Lock, and then press ENTER _4_. Select On, and then press the
ENTER _
key again. Depending
on what type of programs
or movies
you want to block, select one of the options on the screen, and then
press the ENTER _
button.
The options
are listed below:
[] TV Parental
Guidelines:
You can block TV programs
based on their
ratings. This function
allows you to control what your children
are
watching.
[] MPAA Rating: You can block movies based on their MPAA ratings.
The Motion Picture Association
of America
(MPAA) has implemented
a rating system that provides parents or guardians
with advanced
information
on which films are appropriate
for children.
[] Canadian
English: You can block TV programs
based on their
Anglophone
Canadian
ratings.
[] Change
PIN: The Change
PIN screen will appear. Choose
any 4
digits for your PIN and enter them in Enter New PIN fields. Re-enter
the same 4 digits in Confirm
New PIN fields. When the Change
PIN
screen disappears,
press the OK button. The TV has memorized
your
new PIN.
'_'
If you forget the PIN, press the remote-control
buttons
in the
following
sequence,
which resets the pin to "0-0-0-0"
: POWER
(off)
MUTE
,8
,2_4
*POWER(on)
Caption
(On-Screen Text Dialogue)
[] Caption:
You can switch the caption
function on or off. If captions
are
not available, they will not be displayed
on the screen.
'_'
The Caption
feature
does not work
in Component
or HDMI mode.
[] Caption
Mode: You can select the desired caption
mode.
Default / CCl ~0C4 / Text1 ~Text4: (analog channels only) The
Analog
Caption function
operates
in either analog TV channel mode
or when a signal is supplied
from an external device to the TV.
(Depending
on the broadcasting
signal, the Analog Caption
function
may or may not work with digital channels.)
Default / Service1
~Service6
/ COl ~C04
/ Text1 ~Text4:
(Digital
channels only) The Digital Captions
function works with digital
channels.
'_'
Service1~6
may not be available in digital caption mode depending
on the broadcast.
[] Digital Caption
Options:
(Digital channels only)
Size: Options
include Default, Small, Standard
and Large. The default
is Standard.
Font Style:
Options include Default and Styles 0 to 7. The default is
Style 0.
Foreground
Color:
Options
include Default, White, Black, Red,
Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta
and Cyan. You can change the color of
the letters. The default is White.
Background
Color:
Options
include Default, White, Black, Red,
Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta
and Cyan. You can change the
background
color of the captions.
The default is Black.
Foreground
Opacity:
This adjusts the opacity of text. Options
include
Default, Transparent,
Translucent,
Solid and Flashing.
Background
Opacity:
This adjusts the opacity of the caption
background.
Options
include Default, Transparent,
Translucent,
Solid
and Flashing.
Return to Default:
This option
sets each Size, Font Style, Foreground
Color, Background
Color, Foreground
Opacity and Background
Opacity to its default.
'_'
Digital
Caption
Options
are available only when you can select
Default
and Service1
~ Service6
in Caption
Mode.
[] Canadian
French: You can block
TV programs
based on their French
_'
The Foreground
and Background
cannot be set to the same color.
Canadian
ratings.
[] Downioadable
U.S. Rating: You can use parental restriction
information
while watching
DTV channels.
Locking/Blocking Programs
or Movies
You lock or block programs
and/or movies in essentially the same way
for each option. Each option displays a grid or table. All the tables have
ratings listed on the left. The TV Parental Guidelines
option
also has
kinds of content
listed across the top: ALL: Lock all TV ratings. / FV:
Fantasy violence
/ V: Violence / S: Sexual situation / L: Adult Language /
D: Sexually Suggestive
Dialog.
To IocWblock
movies or shows with certain ratings and/or
kinds of
content,
click the square next to the rating and/or under the kind of
content.
A lock appears.
To unlocWunblock,
click the square again.
When you click a low rating, all the ratings above it will also display locks.
You can also Allow All or Lock All. When done, press the RETURN
button on your remote.
Set so that a melody plays when the TV is turned on or off.
_'
The Melody
does not play:
* When no sound
is output from the TV because the MUTE button
has been pressed.
* When no sound
is output from the TV because the volume has
been reduced
to minimum
with the VOL - button.
" When the TV is turned off by Sleep Timer function.
_
Cl Managing Channels
Channel List
C3Memorizing Channels
See your list of Added
channels,
Favorite ohanneb,
or ohannels you've
If you are not using a cable box or satellite box, when you first set up
scheduled
for viewing. Add or delete Favorite channels,
add or delete
your TV using Plug & Play, the TV memorized
the channels
that were
channels
from the Added
Channels
list, schedule
channels or programs
available
over the air or through your cable system and added them to
for viewing. Select a channel
to watch on the All Channels,
Added
the Channel
List. The Antenna
and Auto program
functions
described
Channels,
or Favorite
screen by pressing the A/V
buttons, and then
below let you re-run the channel memorization
function without
having to
pressing the ENTER _4_ button.
re-run the Plug & Play procedure.
_'
If you use a cane box or satellite box, you cannot use the Channel
List functions.
Antenna (Switch to Cable / Switch to Air _L'a_)_
Before your television
can memorize
the available channels,
you must
select your TV's signal source, Air (using an antenna) or Cable. Select
Menu > Channel
> Antenna
> Air or Cable.
After you have selected
the
signal source, go on to the Auto Program function.
_'
Selecting
the signal source using the Antenna
function
also
determines
the signal source the TV is tuned to. For example,
if you
receive your TV signal over the air, and you select Cable,
you will
see only snow. You must select Air to see a picture.
Auto Program
The Auto Program
funetion memorizes
all channels that are available
over the air or through
your cable system and adds them to the Channel
Channel
List Screens
icons
are listed
on the left side.
Select
an
List.
icon using
the A/T
buttons
to view
each list.
'_'
If your TV is connected
to a cable box or satellite box, you do not
[] _
All Channels:
Shows all currently
available channels including
need to run Auto Program.
You will use the tuner in the box, not the
those you deleted from the Added
Channels
list.
tuner in the TV, to select channels.
[] _
Added
Channels:
Shows all Added
Channels.
These are the
To start Auto
Program,
follow these steps:
channels
that appear when you press the OH button.
1. Push MENUITn
_ Channel
* Auto Program
* ENTERS4 _ on your
[] _ Favorite:
Shows all favorite
channels.
remote. The Antenna
Source screen appears.
[] {_ Programmed:
Shows aJl channels and programs
currently
2. On the Antenna
Source screen, select the source of your TV signal,
scheduled
using Timer Viewing.
'_'
Remote control buttons
active on the Channel
List screen.
• Green (Zoom):
Enlarges
or shrinks a channel
number.
If your TV is connected
to an antenna choose Air, and then press
* Yellow (Select):
Move the cursor to a channel. Press the Yellow
ENTER _4_. The TV will automatically
start memorizing
channels,
button to select the channel. A _
mark appears.
Repeat to select
additional
channels.
Then, open the Tools menu and apply a
function
to the channels you selected.
If your TV is conneeted
to a cable outlet, choose Cable,
and then
* _r3 (Tools): Displays the Channel
List Tools menu. (The Tools
press ENTER _.
Go to Step 3.
menus may differ depending
on the situation.)
• _ (Next Program):
Displays next programs.
If you choose Auto,
and then press ENTER _4_, the TV will
automatically
select the correct Antenna
souree.
Go to Step 3.
3. On the Cable Type screen, use the _/I_/A/T
buttons to select the
type of digital and analog cable systems you have: STD, HRC, or
IRC. Most systems
are STD (Standard).
When done, select Start,
and then press ENTER _.
The TV will start memorizing
channels.
_'
Channel memorization
can take up to 45 minutes,
depending
on
your cable system.
_'
Memorized
channels are added to the Added
Channels
list. These
are the channels you will see when you use the Channel
buttons on
your remote.
Clear Scrambled Channel
This function
filters out scrambled
channels after Auto
Program
is
completed.
This process
may take 20~30
minutes.
'_
Press the ENTER _4_ button to stop Clear Scrambled
Channel.
'_'
This funetion is only available
in Cable mode.
Display Icons Used in the Channel List Screens
-7
A selected
channel.
_'
A Favorite channel.
(_
A reserved
program.
C_
A program
currently
being broadcast.
_3 The Channe_ List Tools Menu
[_
Channel
List _
The Channel
List Tools menu contains
most of the funetions you can use
on the All Channel,
Added
Channels,
and Favorite
List screens. To
view, select a list screen, select a channel, and then press the TOOLS
button.
[] Add / Delete:
Delete a channel from or add a channel to the Added
Channels
list.
To delete channels from the Added
Channels
list, follow these steps:
1. Select one or more channels
in the Added
Channels
list using the
A/_'
buttons and the Yellow (Select) button on your remote.
2. Press the TOOLS
button on your remote. The Tools menu appears.
3. Select Delete
in the Tools menu, and then press the ENTER _4_
button.
_4_
Eco Solution
[] Energy Saving
: Lets you adjust the brightness
of the TV to reduce
power consumption.
If you select Picture
Off, the screen is turned off,
Enjoy photos, music and/or movie files saved on a
but the sound remains on. Press any button except
the volume button
USB Mass Storage
Class (MSC) device.
to turn on the screen.
[] Eeo Sensor:
To enhance
your power
savings, the picture settings
automatically
adapt to the light in the room.
'_
If you adjust the Baeklight,
the Eco Sensor will be set to Off.
Min. Backlight:
When Eco Sensor
is On, the minimum
screen
USB Device
brightness
can be adjusted
manually.
_,onnecung
a
'_'
If Eeo Sensor
is On, the display
brightness
may change (become
1. Turn on your TV.
slightly darker in most cases) depending
on the surrounding
light
intensity.
[] No Signal
Power Off: Sets how quickly the TV switches
to standby
mode if no picture is being received.
'_
Disabled when an attached
PC is in power saving mode.
[] Auto
Power Off: The TV will automatically
turn off when no user
operation
is detected
for 4 hours.
Auto Protection Time
If a still image remains on the screen for an amount
of time you define,
the screen saver is activated
to prevent
the formation of ghost images
on the screen.
2. Connect
a USB device containing
photo, music, and/or movie files to
the USB jack on the back of the TV. A pop up window
appears.
3. Press the MEDIA P button on your remote. The Media
Play menu
appears.
_3 Using the Media Play Menu
To open Media
Play in the Menu, follow these steps:
1. Application
on the left, and then press the ENTER_
button.
2. Press the A or _' button to select Media
Play (USB), and then
press the ENTER _
button.
3. Press the _ or _- button to select an icon (Videos,
Music,
Photos,
Settings),
and then press the ENTER _
button.
_
=_
Media
Play might not work properly with unlicensed
multimedia
files.
=_
Need-to-Know
List before using Media
Play (USB)
_nosis
[] Picture
Test: Use to check for picture problems.
If the problem
appears
in the test pieture, sebet Yes and follow the directions
on
the screen.
[] Sound
Test: Use the built-in melody to check for sound problems.
If the problem
occurs during the test, seleet Yes and follow the
direetions
on the screen.
[] Signal
Strength:
(Digital ehanneb
only) An HD ehannel's
reception
quality is either perfeet or the ehannels are unavailable.
Adjust your
antenna to increase signal strength.
[] Reset: Reset all settings
to the faetory defaults.
_± The PIN input screen appears before the setup screen.
_'
Enter your 4-digit
PIN. Change the PIN using the Change
PIN
option.
Software U_rade
Software
Upgrade
can be performed
by downloading
the latest
firmware
from samsung.com
to a USB memory device.
HD Connection Guide
Refer to this information
when connecting
external devices to the TV.
Contact
Samsung
View this information
when your TV does not work properly or when you
want to upgrade
the software.
You can find information
regarding our call
centers
and how to download
products
and software.
• Supported
file systems
are FAT and NTFS.
" Certain types of USB Digital camera and audio devices may not
be compatible
with this TV.
• Media
Play only supports
USB Mass Storage
Class (MSC)
devices.
MSC is a Mass Storage Class Bulk-Only
Transport
device. Examples
of MSC are Thumb
drives and Flash Card
Readers. Devices should be connected
directly to the TV's USB
port. USB HDD is not supported.
° Before connecting
your device to the TV, please back up your flies
to protect them from damage or loss of data. SAMSUNG
is not
responsible
for any data file damage
or data loss.
• A USB device that requires high power
(more than 0.5A) may not
be supported.
• Do not disconnect
the USB device while it is loading.
• The higher the resolution
of the image, the longer it takes to
display on the screen.
• If a file is corrupted
or the TV does not support
the file type, the
"Not Supported
File Format" message
appears.
• The TV cannot play MP3 files with DRM that have been
downloaded
from a for-pay site. Digital Rights Management
(DRM) is a technology
that supports
the creation,
distribution,
and management
of digital content
in an integrated
and
comprehensive
way, including
protecting
the rights and interests
of content
providers,
preventing
illegal copying
of contents,
and
managing billing and settlements.
• PTP devices are not supported.
• If an over-power
warning
message
is displayed
while you are
connecting
or using a USB device, the device may not be
recognized
or may malfunction.
• If the TV has no input during the time period set in Auto
Protection
Time, the Screensaver
will run.
• The power-saving
mode of some external hard disk drives may be
released automatically
when you connect
them to the TV.
• If you use a USB extension
cable, the TV may not recognize
the
USB device or may not be able to read the files on the device.
• If a USB device conneeted
to the TV is not recognized,
the list of
files on the device is corrupted,
or a file in the list is not played,
connect
the USB device to a PC, format the device, and check
the connection.
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