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Questions & Answers for Samsung 40" Class / LED / 1080p / 120Hz / Smart HDTV

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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?

3 years, 5 months ago
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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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How much does this model weigh?

3 years, 4 months ago
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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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Can this model perform Picture in Picture viewing?

To wit, can I watch more than 1 channel at the same time?

Can I browse the web in one window while viewing tv in another window?
3 years, 4 months ago
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This unit does actually have a 1-tuner PiP system. PiP 1-tuner systems only allow for one cable connection to be shown at a time on the screen. In order to connect it up, you will need a hard line going into the TV (cable coax) and an active secondary connection (HDMI, component/composite, PC. PiP will not work while Smart Hub is active). To activate it up, either head into the TV's menu or click the Tools button on the remote control.

Again, you will need both a coax connection and a secondary input connection in order to properly activate and view PiP on your set. If your option is grayed out, this means that one of the required connections is not active and connected properly.

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does this TV have a true 120HZ refresh rate or is it up-converted from 60HZ?

3 years, 4 months ago
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This TV would have a 120Htz refresh rate.
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what is the difference between the samsung 6300s model and the 6000s model

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The two main differences between the D6000 and the D6300 are:

1. The D6300 offers connectivity with the Samsung QWERTY remote control, while the D6000 does not.
2. The D6300 offers the Web Browser, while the D6000 does not.

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Can headphones be plugged in to this TV?

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Unfortunately, headphone jacks are not available on this unit; however you can still connect headphones to this unit with a third party headphone device (either through RCA, 3.5mm jack or Optical). Since the audio outputs on this unit are a fixed pass through type of connection, you would need an intermediary device to control the volume, since the TV does not have control of the volume coming out of the analogue and digital audio outputs. Additionally, the Samsung TVs will not offer direct wireless connectivity to wireless capable headphones.

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Is the Smart Hub upgraded when new applications are possible, like Skype

3 years, 3 months ago
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Although new applications are constantly added to the Samsung Apps eco-system, Skype will not be compatible with the UN40D6000.

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Will this TV play video from a home server?

I have a Seagate GoFlex Network external hard drive attached to my wireless network. I purchase and store movies and music on the hard disk and want to know if this TV can play them through the LAN (or USB wireless if purchased seperately) connection? The videos are formatted mp4.
3 years, 3 months ago
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As a matter of fact, the UN40D6000 can play movies from a networked drive that is connected to the same home network as the UN40D6000.

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component/composite connections

I can see from the alternate views in the images that there are connections for component/composite cables - but they look odd. It looks like you need another special cable to connect it - for both types. Is this true?
3 years, 3 months ago
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As a matter of fact, the Samsung LED TVs will require an adapter to connect composite/component cables to the TV. These adapters come included with the TV.

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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, 3 months 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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