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what is the difference between the samsung 40" LED un40d6300s and the un40es6100f?

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From the available information, the differences between the D6300 and the ES6100 are:

1. WiFi- The ES6100 will have built-in WiFi, while the D6300 will require the use of the Samsung Linkstick (sold separately) for wireless connectivity

2. Skype- The ES6100 will offer Skype connectivity and offer compatibility with the 2012 Samsung Skype Cam, while the D6300 will not offer Skype connectivity

3. Remote- The ES6100 will come included with a Universal remote, while the D6300 offers a standard remote with connectivity to the 2011 QWERTY remote (sold separately)

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UN40ES6100 samsung led tv

Does this model supports 110v to 220v power requirement?
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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. Unfortunately, I will not be able to recommend a specific converter since Samsung cannot offer support for products we do not manufacture.

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Samsung UN40ES6100 refresh rate

The title says "120 HZ" but in the product features is says "Clear Motion Rate 240 HZ Technology". Which one is correct or am I misunderstanding the technology?
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I'm sorry for the confusion, but the UN40ES6100 actually offers a 120hz panel with a Clear Motion Rate of 240. CMR is Samsung's more comprehensive and accurate measure for TV motion clarity.

The three keys to world-class motion clarity:

* Panel refresh rate: Samsung's screen refresh rate significantly improves motion detail and resolution by sampling the image more frequently, leading to smoother, more fluid movement.
* Image processor: Samsung's proprietary image processing technology is faster and more responsive than conventional image processors, as it interpolates intermediate frames to smooth out the image.
* Backlight technology: Samsung's backlight regulates output precisely in synchronization with the screen refresh to lessen the time it is lit, reducing ghosting and motion blur.

Please note, the CMR rating is not a refresh rate. This means that the CMR of this set is 240, but it does not mean that it supports 240Hz.

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What are the exact measurements of this tv?

1 year, 10 months ago
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The dimensions of the UN40ES6100 are: with the stand- 36.5" x 24.4" x 9.5" and without the stand- 36.5" x 21.8" x 1.8" (WxHxD).

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Wireless keyboard compatability

The product description says wireless keboard compatible.

The Samsung QWERTY RMCQTD1 is not compatible with this model TV. Help! What wireless keyboard can I use? I have a Logitech that does not work - does not look like the driver can be downloaded
2 years ago
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I would be happy to help. Althought the QWERTY remote will indeed not be compatible with the ES6100 (as you have already found out), it will be compatible with a standard USB keyboard. I'm not sure how you are connecting the Logitec keyboard, but it should work if it is a USB keyboard. Please contact a Geek Squad associate or contact Samsung Support for further assistance.

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120Hz using DVI?

Will this TV support 120Hz refresh rates like some monitors when connected to a PC using a dual-link DVI cable, or will it be limited to 60Hz?
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From the available information, although the UN40ES6100 can upconvert a signal to 120hz, it will only be able to accept a 60hz signal into any of its inputs.

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Is the Samsung un40es6100 and samsung un40es6100f the same tv?

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As a matter of fact, these two models are actually the same units. The last few characters in the model number 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.

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what is the difference of LED and LCD screens

1 year, 11 months ago
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LCD traditionally uses a CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamp) backlighting system that runs across the rear internal portion of the unit to illuminate the LCD panel from behind. This lamp technology enjoys a tremendous following of enthusiasts, and translates into years of enjoyment of an affirmed, reliable and trusted technology.

LED (in this application, it is also known as LCD-LED) is relatively new on the market, and uses specialized versions of the LED lights that have been used for years. It allows LCD panels to be lit either from behind (replacing the CCFLs with LEDs), or from the side using an efficient energy friendly infrastructure that emits light evenly behind the panel in order to illuminate the entire LCD panel equally, called EDGE-LED. EDGE-LED Technology has a few additional benefits in that the design of the LED panel can be slimmer than traditional LCD panels and reduces energy consumption.

LED also has a few additional benefits, such as offering an accurate and natural color, as well as increased performance with black levels. LED is also free from toxic materials, such as mercury, lead or volatile organic compounds.

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Samsung 40"UN40ES6100-what model wireless keyboard works with this TV, and can you connect to a wireless HP 6100Aplus wireless printer?

Samsung 40"UN40ES6100-what model wireless keyboard works with this TV, and can you connect to a wireless HP 6100Aplus wireless printer?
2 years ago
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Although the Samsung TVs will not be able to connect to a wireless printer, the ES6100 should be compatible with just about any 3rd party USB keyboard.

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Use with headphones?

Can you connect headphones directly to the unit and turn off the speakers? If so, can the volume be controlled when using headphones?
1 year, 7 months ago
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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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