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Run Video all day

Is there a way with these to play a specific video for a business all day in full screen . We want to run 3 or 4 of these in a company and have them play different videos in full screen all day. Not sure if that can be done by using Vimeo or youtube . Running videos from youtube or a youtube playlist for example in full screen all day.
3 years, 2 months ago
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As a matter of fact, the UN40D6000 will offer a Repeat Mode for USB and DLNA streamed videos. However, Youtube video cannot be set to repeat.

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UN40D6000SFXZA

UN40D6000SFXZA 40" 3D LED with Samsung Smart TV™ is a description i read. is it really 3d or 3d ready, and if so what does 3d ready mean?
3 years, 1 month ago
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Although technically there should be no difference between 3D and 3D ready, the D6000 is not a 3D model itself nor can it accept and display a 3D signal. I'm sorry for the confusion, but the product page on BestBuy.com states the D6000's title as "Samsung - 40" Class / 1080p / 120Hz / LED-LCD HDTV".

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Is there bad picture quality if i look at the tv from the side?

3 years, 1 month ago
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Since the UN40D6000 offers a viewing angle of 178 degrees, the side viewing will be quite excellent.

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the samsung un55b6000 series does that support the smart tv platform , also if not is that available in a firmware update

3 years ago
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From the available information, the UN55B6000 will not support the Smart TV ecosystem, nor will there be an update to allow it to offer this feature at this time. Only select 2011 Samsung TVs will offer the Smart TV ecosystem.

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Can I stream to tv from computer using tversity over the home network

2 years, 11 months ago
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Although some 3rd party streaming programs will work on the Samsung TVs that offer the DLNA feature AllShare, I cannot guarantee that it will be 100% compatible since such programs are not Samsung applications. Perhaps others on this forum would be able to better assist you.

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Info on screen in display box on start-up

What info is being conveyed in the display box on the screen when I first turn on the TV? My display box shows 1280 x 720, 60p. I thought my screen resolution was 1920x1280 at a minimum of 1080i. I am using a hi-def cable box supplied by my cable company. Using a similar box on my Sony TV, the display indicates 1080i.
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Your screen resolution is a 1080p, 1920x1080 resolution.

The InfoBox is displaying the incoming signal. Not all signals will be 1080p. Some games or game consoles can be 720p, and other inputs such as DVD players can be 480i or 480p resolutions.

The InfoBox displays with any change in the incoming signal is so that if there is a decreased quality of a television picture, you will know it's because a lower resolution signal is coming in. In some cases, such as with game consoles or Blu-ray players, you could raise resolution in the menu of that device to get a better picture.

Any incoming picture resolution, regardless of signal will be upconverted to 1920x1080p on this television.

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What format do I have to save a power point presentation to display it on the tv?

2 years, 11 months ago
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Powerpoint Presentations are not supported on Samsung televisions for the 2011 line up.

You may be able to save the slides is pictures and view them that way, however there are a limited number of file types that would be accepted and those are listed in the manual. If you're interested, the manual can be downloaded prior to purchase so that you can review which formats would be supported and if that would work for as a solution for you.

We appreciate your interest in Samsung products.

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Can You play Xbox 360 in 1080p and have a CaptureCard all together?

2 years, 11 months ago
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Thank you for the question. Although I do not have the information you requested, this question would be best asked of a dedicated Best Buy representative. Please click on the customer service link for more details.

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What is the difference between the UN40D6050 and this UN40D6000?

2 years, 9 months ago
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The main differences between the D6000 and the D6050 are:

1. Dynamic Contrast Ratio: The D6000 is at 5,000,000:1, while the D6050 is at 4,500,000:1

2. Samsung Linkstick: The D6050 will come with the Linkstick included, while the Linkstick is sold separately from the D6000

3. The D6050 is a Warehouse Club exclusive, while the D6000 can be purchased through BestBuy.com

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Can this HDTV be hooked up to a home theater system?

2 years, 9 months ago
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Since the UN40D6000 offers an optical and a 3.5mm RCA audio output, you will be able to connect the TV to a home theater system for audio playback.

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