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My tv does have a 3d effect, is it supposed to, movies are pretty cool to watch but do you need 3d glasses to watch?

Also some older shows come thru in 3d, can i turn it off.
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From the available information, the UN40D6000 is not a 3D TV. However, for the TVs that do offer 3D functionality, you will need 3D glasses and the TV will be able to convert 2D to 3D, as well as displaying standard 2D signals.

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tv demensions

what is the actual wide of a 40" tv
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The Dimensions of the UN40D6000S are:
37.6" (W) x 22.9" (H) x 1.2" (D) Without Stand
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37.6" (W) x 25.1" (H) x 10.0" (D) With Stand

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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?
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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?

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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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What is the model numer on the TV?

What is the model numer on the TV? is it UN40D6000SFXZA or UN40D6000S
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I'm sorry for the confusion. The last few characters in the model number (in this case, "SFXZA") are used by Samsung for shipping and tracking purposes mainly and are sometimes used by retailers to better track their own inventory. Very rarely do these characters mean that the units offer different features or sizes. Basically, the model numbers without the extra characters are just the shortened version of the full model number.

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NTSC AND PAL?

Is this model NTSC and PAL?
Intend to take it to Brazil.
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All UN, PN and LN units (North American Units) will only have support for NTSC/ATSC/QAM broadcasting systems and NA power systems. Since the NA TVs will not accept a PAL signal or Non-NA voltages, you will not only need a converter for the broadcast, but also for the power if you would like to use the TV in a PAL country.

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How much does this model weigh?

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The UN40D6000 weighs 31.3 lbs with the stand and 24.0 lbs with out the stand.

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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

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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 this Samsung TV (Model: UN40D6000S) use an ethernet cable from an Apple airport router to the TV to receive the internet?

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As long as the router offers the standard ethernet connections and standards, it should be able to connect to the Samsung network ready products, including the D6000.

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

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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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