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Remote Control Buttons and Functions:
This is a special remote control for the visually impaired persons and has Braille points on the Power, Channel, Volume buttons.
Turns the TV on and off.
Press to switch between the sources (Blu-ray player,
cable box, DVD player, etc.) connected to your TV.
Press number buttons for direct access to channels.
Press to select additional digital channels broadcast
by the same station. For example, to select channel
54-3, press 54, press -, and then press 3.
Adjusts the volume.
Displays the channel list on the screen.
View the
Media
Play.
Quickly selects frequently used functions.
Selects the on-screen menu items and changes the
values seen on the menu.
Return to the previous menu.
Colored buttons for use in the
Channel List, Media Play
menu, etc.
Use these buttons in the
Media Play
and
Anynet+
modes.
(
: Controls recording on Samsung recorders with the
Anynet+ feature)
Selecting a Source
To watch a movie on your Blu-ray player or watch
your favorite TV show, you must select the correct
source. A source is a device, such as a Blu-ray/
DVD player, a cable/satellite box, antenna or a
cable TV input. Sources can be connected to
your TV through the HDMI, DVI, Component,
Composite, or D-sub connections, or through the
Antenna or Cable In connections.
To view the signal from a source connected to the HDMI, DVI, Component,
Composite, or D-sub jack, press the
SOURCE
button on your remote. Each time
you press the
SOURCE
button, you change to a different source.
Viewing the On Screen Menus
To view the On Screen Menus, follow these steps:
1.
With the power on, press the
MENU
button
on your remote. The main menu appears.
The menu's left side has the following menu
options: Picture, Sound, Channel,
Setup, Input, Application, and Support.
2.
Press the
or
button on your remote to
select a menu option, and then press the
ENTER
button.
3.
When done using the menu, press the
EXIT
button on your remote to exit.
Turns the remote control light on and off. When on,
the buttons become illuminated for a moment when
pressed. (Using the remote control with this button
set to off will reduce the battery usage time.)
Return to the previous channel.
Cuts off the sound temporarily.
Change channels.
If your TV is attached to a cable or satellite box, you change
the channel using the box's remote.
Displays the main on-screen menu.
Displays Favorite Channel Lists on the screen.
Press to display information on the TV screen.
Exits the menu.
S.MODE: Selects the sound mode.
SLEEP: Setting the Sleep Timer.
MTS: Press to choose stereo, mono or Separate
Audio Program (SAP broadcast).
P.MODE: Selects picture mode.
P.SIZE: Choose the picture size.
CC: Controls the caption decoder.
Setting the Clock
Before you can use your TV's On/Off Timer, you must set the clock. To set
the clock, follow these steps:
1.
Turn on your TV.
2.
Using your remote, press the
MENU
button on your remote.
Month
Then, select Setup
Time.
--
3.
Select Clock Mode, and then
press the
ENTER
button.
Hour
Set Clock Mode to Manual.
--
Select Auto if you have a digital
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channel in your area and are not
using a cable/sat box.
4.
Select Clock Set, and then press the
ENTER
The Clock Set screen appears.
5.
Using the number buttons on your remote, enter the Month, Day, Year,
0(18
Hour, and Minute. Use the
or
button to move between entry fields.
6.
Press the
RETURN
button on your remote when done.
Connecting a USB Device for Media Play
You can enjoy photo, music, and movie files
stored on a USB device by connecting it to
the TV and using the Media Play feature. To
connect a USB device for Media Play, follow
these steps:
1.
Turn on your TV.
2.
Connect a USB device
containing photo, music and/
or movie files to the
USB1
(HDD)
or
USB2
jack on the
side of the TV.
3.
When the Application
selection screen appears,
press the
ENTER
button
on your remote to select
Media Play (USB).
Connecting to a Local Area Network
To enjoy watching streaming content from online providers such as You Tube and
Blockbuster, you must follow the steps below to connect the TV to your network.
Network Connection - Wired
There are two main ways to connect your TV to your network using cable,
depending on your network setup. They are illustrated below:
The Modem Port on the Wall
(ADSL / VDSL / Cable TV)
Modem Cable
The LAN Port on the Wall
Configuring the Network Connection - Wired
Clock Set
Most home networks use the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to
configure network connections. Home networks that support DHCP automatically
provide the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS values your TV needs to
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access the Internet so you don't have to enter them manually.
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To configure your network connection for a network that uses DHCP, follow
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am/pm
these steps:
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1.
Connect your TV to your network
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as shown in one of the illustrations
above.
button.
2.
Turn on your TV, press the
MENU
button on your remote,
and then select Setup
Network.
3.
Set the Network Type to Wired if it
is not already set to Wired.
4.
Select Network Setup. The
Network Setup screen appears.
5.
On the Network Setup menu, set Internet Protocol Setup and DNS to Auto.
Auto acquires and enters the necessary internet values automatically.
6.
Select Network Test to check Internet connectivity.
Some networks are Static IP networks. If your network is a Static IP
network, you can not use DHCP to configure the network connection.
Instead, you must enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, and
DNS Server manually. For instructions explaining how to configure a
Static IP network, see your user's manual.
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Network Connection - Wireless
You can connect your TV to your LAN through a standard wireless router or modem.
TV Side Panel
To connect wirelessly, you must first attach a Samsung Wireless LAN Adapter
(WIS09ABGN, WIS09ABGN2, WIS10ABGN - sold separately) to either the
(HDD)
or
USB2
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(AP having DHCP Server)
The LAN Port on
the Wall
MediaPlay
Videos
Samsung's Wireless LAN adapter supports the IEEE 802.11A, IEEE 802.11B, IEEE
802.11G, and IEEE 802.11N wireless communication protocols. For your TV to
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connect to your network, the wireless router or modem you use must also support
one of these protocols. The fastest of these protocols is IEEE 802.11N.
Most wireless network systems incorporate a security system that requires devices
that access the network through an access point or AP (typically a wireless modem
or router) to transmit an encrypted security code called an access key.
For regular connections, your TV is compatible with the following security protocols:
Authentication Mode: OPEN, SHARED, WPAPSK, WPA2PSK
Encryption Type: WEP, TKIP, AES
Configuring the Network Connection - Wireless
The instructions below are for networks that use the Dynamic Host Configuration
External Modem
TV Rear Panel
Protocol (DHCP) to configure network connections automatically. If your have a
Static IP network, see your user's manual for configuration instructions.
To configure your network connection for a network that uses DHCP, follow
these steps:
LAN Cable
1.
Connect your TV to your network as
shown in the illustrations above.
TV Rear Panel
2.
Turn on your TV, press the
MENU
button on your remote, and
the select Setup
3.
Set the Network Type to Wireless if
LAN Cable
it is not already set to Wireless.
4.
Select Network Setup. The
Network Setup screen appears.
5.
On the Network Setup menu, select an AP(Access Point) and ad hoc network.
if you have selected network with a security key, the Security Key screen
appears.
6.
Enter the Security Key using the numbers on the remote, and then press the
Blue button on your remote.
If your network uses WEP security encryption, 0~9 and A~F will be
available on the Security Key screen. Use the Direction button on your
remote to move to the characters and the enter key to select them.
7.
On the Network Setup menu, set Internet Protocol Setup and
Network Setup
DNS to Auto. The Auto acquires and enters the necessary internet values
Internet Protocol Setup
: Auto
automatically.
IP Address
:
8.
Select Network Test to check internet connectivity.
Subnet Mask
:
Gateway
:
For more information, see your user's manual.
DNS
: Auto
DNS Server
:
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USB1
port on the back of your TV. See the illustration below.
Wireless IP sharer
TV Side Panel
Samsung Wireless
LAN Adapter
or
Samsung Wireless
LAN Cable
LAN Adapter
Network Setup
Select a network
: Not Selected
Internet Protocol Setup
: Auto
IP Address
:
Network.
Subnet Mask
:
Gateway
:
DNS
: Auto
DNS Server
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