Samsung TVs No home is complete without an HDTV to enjoy your entertainment with. Samsung LED TVs, Plasma TVs, and Smart TVs are built with the most innovative and impressive technologies, so you can always see your movies, TV shows, sports, and video games in great picture quality.
Samsung Smart TVs take watching TV to a whole other level with Wi-Fi connectivity that lets you access the Internet on a built-in browser, download apps for everything from news to games, make Skype calls, and access video-on-demand content. And don’t sweat it if your remote runs out of batteries; you can also use your voice or gestures to control your Smart TV.
Which Size HD-TV right for my room?
With standard-definition TVs, the rule used to be that viewers would feel comfortable watching a set from a distance of 3 to 6 times the screen size in inches. With HDTV, the resolution is so much better that you can sit closer to a larger TV without noticing the pixels. So with HDTVs, the rule tends to be you can sit anywhere from 1.5 to 3 times the screen size (in inches) for the best experience.If you know the size of the room you have already, where you want to sit, and where your new HDTV should go once you get it, you can figure out the size HDTV you should get.
Common Samsung TV Problems
- Samsung DLP TV fan error.
- Samsung TV with distorted colors.
- Samsung Color wheel grinding.
- Samsung TV power failure.
- Samsung TV Power cycle.
- Samsung TV capacitors.
- Grinding noise.
- Samsung Color Wheel part failure.
- Samsung TV Clicks on and off.
- Samsung TV takes time to turn on.
- Samsung DLP lamps pop noise.
- Samsung TV no wifi.
Diagnosing Samsung TV
Problems can often occur with even relatively new Samsung LCD, LED Television. Some customers report their screen going black shortly after turning on the television, and flickering picture even though the TV’s speakers continue to produce sound. You can test and rule out a number of things before concluding that your TV has a hardware defect.
First, check the input settings of your television. Often, users will experience a dark screen when first turning on their television if the selected input corresponds with a turned-off or unplugged input, such as a gaming system or DVD player. If the problem persists, try reconnecting all cables on the back or sides of the television. It’s possible that one of your cables has gone dead. If you have access to other cables, try swapping these in and see if the problem persists. Some customers report that turning the television off and unplugging it for an extended period of time, up to 24 hours, can fix the black-screen issue.
Samsung TV – Power Supply Issues
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