OLED TV: OLED panels consist of thousands of organic
pixels that independently display richer and brighter images compared to current
LED-LCD TVs, creating a picture that is breathtakingly clear and bursting with
rich color. With a contrast ratio that's far greater than that of current
LED-LCD TVs, you'll witness absolute blacks, pure whites, and brilliant colors
for a picture that's authentic to real life. With a richer, more authentic color palette than
current LED-LCD technology allows, the Samsung OLED TV displays incredibly
vibrant and gorgeous colors. In addition, OLED technology offers extremely
smooth motion video. From subtle motion to fast-paced action, every
on-screen movement is virtually blur-free.
Curved Panel: The OLED panel is curved, which provides depth to the
content displayed for a more life-like viewing experience. Viewing visual
contents on Samsung's curved OLED TV is a comfortable experience for the human
eye, as the curved panel allows the distance between you and TV screen to be the
same from almost any angle. You'll enjoy the curved OLED TV for its immersive
panorama effect, which is currently not possible with conventional flat-panel
TVs. When watching captivating content such as vast landscapes and scenes from
nature on the curved OLED TV, you will feel like you're surrounded by the
Floating Panel Design: Reminiscent of a frame hanging in an
art gallery, the minimalistic Timeless Arena design brings style and
sophistication to its surroundings. The OLED TV boasts minimalistic
elegance that's stunning when turned on or off.
One Connect Box: The Samsung OLED TV includes Samsung's One
Connect Box which connects to the television via a single 10' proprietary cable.
The One Connect Box is fitted with all of the TV's RF, video, audio, USB, LAN,
and IR Out connectivity. The One Connect Box provides high definition and
standard definition video inputs, as well as a built-in HDTV tuner. All video
inputs are upscaled to 1920 x 1080 (1080p).
- HDTV Tuner w/ RF Coaxial Input: The TV feature a single
RF-type coaxial input for connecting an external indoor/outdoor antenna. The
unit has built-in over-the-air HDTV (ATSC) tuner, so you don't need a
separate set-top box to receive and decode over-the-air HDTV/SDTV or
unencrypted Digital Cable signals (up to 1080i).
- Quadruple HDMI: The Samsung OLED TV features four
HDMI 1.4 inputs to connect to your Blu-ray/DVD player, Satellite/Cable
receiver, or AV receiver. In addition, any HDMI input can be used to connect
a PC to this TV. The television's HDMI inputs will accept 1080p (24/60Hz),
1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i video signals.
- Single Component: The Samsung OLED TV features a
single component video input which shares its audio input with one of the
dual composite video inputs. The television's component video inputs will
accept 1080p (24/60Hz), 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i video signals.
- Dual Composite: The TV also feature two composite video
inputs which support up to 480i only. One of the composite video inputs
share its audio inputs with the TV's component video input.
Note: The One Connect Box simply plugs into the TV using a
single proprietary cable and can be updated with new software and technology
that will improve TV performance; faster speed, more content, more features. The One Connect Box measures 14.1875" (w) x 1.0625"
(h) x 5.125" (d).
HDMI (MHL) Port: The HDMI 4 port is designed for the
connection of select mobile phones and other portable electronic devices using
the new MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) standard. Simply plug your MHL
compatible smartphone into the TV's HDMI 4 (MHL) port using the HDMI cable that
is included with your mobile phone. MHL allows you to display full 1080p video
and still images on the Samsung TV from your mobile smartphone. The TV's IR
remote can be used to control basic playback functions (such as Play/Pause, Stop
Fast Forward/Rewind, and Menu navigation). Your MHL compliant device will also
charge while connected to the TV's HDMI 4 port. To find MHL-certified devices,
Full HD 3D w/ Active Glasses: The Samsung OLED TV offers
Full HD (1080p) 3D capability. Samsung 3D TV utilizes Bluetooth-enabled active
shutter glasses (two pair included) for a full 1080p 3D viewing experience when
coupled with a 3D source, such as a 3D-ready Blu-ray player or an HD 3D
broadcast from satellite or cable providers (connected via HDMI 1.4). The
Samsung OLED TV automatically adjusts the overall picture to provide an optimal
3D effect. The Samsung 3D TV also offers a unique feature that allows you to
intensify your 2D viewing experience by up-converting it to virtual 3D. In
addition, you can adjust the overall 3D perspective (+/-5) and overall 3D image
depth (1-10). The included active 3D glasses feature built-in rechargeable
batteries that can last up to 80 hours. The television's 3D capabilities also offer other unique viewing
features, such as Multi-View and 2 Player Gaming.
- Multi-View: Samsung Multi-View is a convenient feature
that allows two people that are both wearing Samsung Multi-View 3D glasses
(included) to individually view different 2D screens on the same TV
simultaneously. The Samsung OLED TV is the first television that allows two
people simultaneously to watch different full-screen programs in Full HD and
stereo sound (the Multi-View 3D glasses have built-in earphones for audio). Your friends and family will love watching two separate
shows at the same time, both with complete full HD video and sound all on the
same TV. The built-in rechargeable batteries of the glasses will only last up to
3 hours during Multi-View.
- 2 Player Gaming: Two people can play the same game at the same
time by splitting the TV's screen into vertical or horizontal halves. Each
player must be wearing a pair of the Samsung Multi-View 3D glasses (included). Audio can be heard through the TV's speakers or through the
built-in earphones on the Multi-View 3D glasses. The built-in rechargeable
batteries of the glasses will only last up to 3 hours during 2 Player
Note: If the 3D glasses move outside of the recommended
operating distance (6.5'-19.5'), the signal from the TV will be disconnected and the
display of the 3D glasses will turn off after several seconds. If you lie
on your side while watch TV with 3D glasses, the picture may look dark or
may not be visible. When viewing 3D video under fluorescent lighting
(50-60Hz), you may notice a small amount of screen flickering.
Picture Control: You can make the following adjustments for
an optimum picture.
- Picture Sizes: You can choose one of the following
- 16:9: sets the picture to 16:9 wide mode
- Zoom 1: vertically enlarges the size of the picture
and allows you to move the enlarged picture using the arrows on the
- Zoom 2: vertically enlarges the size of the picture
more than Zoom 1 and allows you to move the enlarged picture using the
arrows on the remote
- Wide Fit: proportionally enlarges the picture to
fit the entire screen without changing the aspect ratio
- 4:3: sets the picture to 4:3 normal mode with
pillars on the left and right of the screen
- Screen Fit: see the full image with no resizing
when HDMI (720p/1080i/180p) or Component (1080i/1080p) signals are
- Smart View 1/2: reduces the 16:9 picture by 50% (1)
or 25% (2)
- Picture Modes: Picture Modes apply preset adjustments
to the picture.
- Dynamic: increases the brightness of the screen
(suitable for bright rooms)
- Standard: suitable for a normal environment
- Relax: useful for reducing eye strain
- Movie: darkens the screen and reduces glare
(appropriate for dark rooms)
- Entertain: sharpens images for a more dynamic
viewing experience (only available when connected to a computer)
- Manual Picture Settings: The TV has several options for
manually adjusting the picture quality.
Advanced Picture Settings: The TV also offers more advanced
picture adjustments for fine tuning.
- Cell Light: adjusts the brightness of the OLED
- Contrast: increases or decreases the contrast
between dark and light areas of the picture
- Brightness: adjusts the brightness level of the
picture (not as effective as Backlight setting)
- Sharpness: sharpens or dulls the edges of objects
- Color: adjusts the color saturation of the picture
- Tint (G/R): adjusts the amount of green and red in
- Motion Lighting: the TV automatically adjusts the
brightness of the screen in response to the brightness of the room; in
bright light the screen brightens, in dim light the screen dims
- Dynamic Contrast: adjusts the screen contrast so
that the optimal contrast is provided
- Black Tone: adjusts the black level on the screen
to adjust the screen depth
- Flesh Tone: adjusts the amount of red in skin tones
- RGB Only Mode: displays the Red, Green, and Blue
color for making find adjustments to the hue and saturation
- Color Space: adjusts the range of colors available
to create the image (Auto/Native)
- White Balance: adjusts the color temperature for
more natural picture colors
- 10p White Balance: controls the white balance in 10
pint intervals by adjusting the re, green, and blue brightness
- Gamma: adjusts the primary color (red, green, blue)
- Expert Pattern: use this function to calibrate the
picture using shades of grey and black, plus color
- Picture Options: Additional picture options provide you
with a better viewing experience.
- Color Tone: adjusts the overall color tone of the
televisions using one of four presets: Cool, Normal, Warm 1, Warm 2
- Digital Clean View: if the broadcast signal
received by the TV is weak, you can activate the Digital Clean View
feature to reduce any static and ghosting that may appear on the screen
- MPEG Noise Filter: reduces MPEG noise to provide an
- HDMI Black Level: select the black level on the
screen to adjust the screen depth when you have a component connected
via HDMI to the television
- Cinema Black: dims the top & bottom areas of the
video image to provide a more immersive viewing experience (Movie mode
- Auto Motion Plus: use this feature to reduce blur and judder
from scenes with rapid movement
Note: You can adjust and store Picture Settings for
each external device connected to the TV.
Wide Color Enhancer Plus: Wide Color Enhancer Plus enhances hues by expanding the color
range for a more vivid viewing experience especially beneficial when
watching older film productions and non high definition content
Film & Game Modes: The television provides Film & Game
- Film Mode: The TV can be set to automatically sense and
process film signals from all sources and adjust the picture from optimum
quality. Film mode is supported in TV, AV, Component (480i/1080i), and HDMI
- Game Mode: When connecting the television to a game
console, you can enjoy a more realistic gaming experience when selecting
BD Wise: BD Wise provides the optimal picture quality for
Samsung DVD, Blu-ray, and Home Theater products which support BD Wise. When BD
Wise is set to On, the TV's picture mode is automatically changed to the optimal
Screen Burn Protection: To reduce the possibility of screen burn-in,
the Samsung OLED TV is equipped with an Auto Protection Time feature. If the
screen remains idle with a still image for a certain period of time (10, 20, 40,
60 minutes) defined by the user, the TV's built-in screen saver is activated to
prevent the formation of host images on the screen.
PIP (Picture-in-Picture): You can watch the TV's tuner and
one external video source (component/HDMI) simultaneously. The component/HDMI
source will be displayed as the main picture, while the TV channel will be
displayed in a sub-screen, while which can be moved to each corner of the
television's screen. You can switch the audio between the main screen and
Integrated Floating Speakers: The speakers are integrated into the
OLED television's floating panel for a front-firing design.
DNSE+ Processing: The Samsung OLED TV employs DNSe+
processing which provides selectable custom settings for experiencing surround
sound with maximum bass response, dialog clarity, and consistent volume levels
from any content source, including Blu-ray movies, TV programming, streaming,
- Virtual Surround: The TV delivers a compelling, virtual
surround sound experience through its two-speaker system.
- Dialog Clarity: This function allows you to increase
the intensity of a voice over background music or sound effects so that
dialog can be heard more clearly.
- Auto Volume: Auto Volume automatically adjusts the
volume of the desired channel, lowering the sound output when the modulation
signal is high or raising the sound output when the modulation signal is
low. This reduces the difference in volume when changing channels. The Auto
Volume feature can be set to Normal, Night or Off.
Dolby Digital Pulse: Optimizes the TV sound quality when
viewing and listening to Internet movies, Internet music, and other content
played back from your wired or wireless network connection.
Sound Customization: Sound Customization lets you calibrate
the TV for the optimal sound quality based on the user's hearing level and the
5-Band EQ + Sound Modes: You can manually adjusts the TV's
built-in 5-band EQ (100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, and 10 kHz) for a more
customized sound; or simply choose from the following Preset Sound Modes:
- Standard: Selects the normal sound mode.
- Music: Emphasizes music over voices.
- Movie: Provides the best sound for movies.
- Clear Voice: Emphasizes voices over other sounds.
- Amplify: Amplify mode is for people who have difficulty
Audio Extras: The Samsung TV offers a variety of audio
adjustments to meet your listening needs.
- 3D Audio: 3D audio technology provides immersive sound
that matches the effect of 3 Video by using perspective in the audio
depth control. 3D Audio in only available while viewing 3D content.
- Audio Delay: The Audio Delay function corrects
audio/video mismatch, when watching TV or video, and listening to a digital
audio output using an external device such as an AV receiver. You can adjust
the audio delay from 0ms to 250 ms.
- Picture Off: You can turn the television's screen off
and still listen to audio.
Audio Outputs: The Samsung OLED television provides an
analog and digital audio output via the included One Connect Box.
- Digital Audio (Dolby Digital/DTS compatible): The
optical digital output terminal will output Dolby Digital/DTS (when
available) or 2 channel PCM. The digital optical output terminal only sends
an audio signal in Dolby Digital/DTS when receiving Dolby Digital/DTS
surround sound from a digital broadcast channel through the tuner, network
apps, and USB ports on the OLED TV. The optical digital audio output will
only output in 2ch stereo or a matrixed 5.1ch signal (DTS Neo 2.5) from
sources connected to the TV via HDMI or RCA.
- Analog Audio: The television features a 3.5mm
(minijack) audio output for connecting the television to an analog 2-channel
receiver. You will need a minijack-to-RCA adapter (sold separately) to make
a stereo RCA connection between the television and your soundbar speaker or
AV receiver. The TV's analog audio output terminals will output 2ch audio
from any of the television's source inputs.
ARC (Audio Return Channel): The Audio Return Channel in HDMI
1.4 enables a TV, via a single HDMI cable, to send audio data "upstream" to an
A/V receiver; increasing user flexibility and eliminating the need for any
separate S/PDIF audio connection. This feature allows audio to be sent from the
television to your A/V receiver through the same HDMI cable already being used
to send audio/video to the television. This eliminates the need for extra cables
connected to the TV. ARC allows audio from the TV tuner, Network connection,
inserted USB device, HDMI inputs, or any analog connected device to be heard
through your ARC compatible AV receiver via the television's HDMI ARC input. The
audio from the TV's tuner, network connection, and USB port can pass as Dolby
Digital or 2ch PCM. HDMI and analog connected devices will be output as 2ch PCM
Note: Both the television and the receiver must support
ARC for this function to work properly. When connecting an A/V receiver that
is compatible with Audio Return Channel (ARC), connect it to the TV's HDMI 3
input. If connecting a system that is incompatible Audio Return Channel
(ARC), an additional audio connection via Digital Audio Out (Optical) is
Samsung's Quad Core Processor: Samsung's Quad Core
processing speeds allow you to perform multiple tasks at the same time, such as
using an app while downloading another one. It also enables extremely faster web
browsing and application access.
Network Connection (wired/wireless): You can set up the
Samsung OLED TV so that it can access your home network and online Samsung Apps
through your local area network (LAN) or wireless (built-in WiFi) connection.
The RJ-45 Ethernet jack is located on the One Connect Box. You can setup a wired
network connection automatically or manually. You can setup the wireless network
connection using these four methods; PBC (WPS), Auto Network Search, One Foot,
Note: The TV's built-in WiFi supports IEEE 802.11
a/b/g/n wireless LAN networks and WEP (open/shared), WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES),
WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES) network security.
WiFi Direct: When using WiFi Direct, you can connect
directly with other devices without using a wireless router. You'll be able to
wirelessly transfer personal content (such as photos & videos) to the Samsung
OLED TV without connecting to your home network. WiFi Direct completely
bypasses your WiFi access point/router, so it's easy to set up. Streaming of
copy-protected content and other certain formats are not supported.
AllShare/DLNA Certified: The Samsung OLED TV's AllShare
function, along with its DLNA Certification allow you to watch videos (Divx/AVI/H.264/MPEG/MKV/MOV/WMV),
photos (JPEG/PNG/BMP/MPO), and listen to music (MP3/WMA/AAC/FLAC/OGG) saved on
your Windows PC (or other DLNA Certified media server) through the TV via its
Ethernet (LAN) port or built-in WiFi (wireless). This eliminates the need to
copy your photo, video, and music files to a separate USB storage device.
Note: Windows PCs with XP and Vista installed require
Samsung's PC Share Manager software, which can be downloaded for free at
www.samsung.com. Not compatible with older Windows OS versions and Mac.
Screen Mirroring: This Screen Mirroring
function lets you view the screen of your WiFi-enabled Samsung Android smart
phone or tablet (with support for AllShare Cast) on the Samsung OLED TV.
Samsung Apps: Once you have connected the Samsung TV to your
home network, you gain access to Samsung Apps. Samsung Apps lets you download
for pay or free-of-charge applications and services to the Samsung OLED TV.
You can enjoy a variety of content from various downloaded applications; such as
videos, music, photos, games, and news. Samsung Apps has a growing collection of
pay and free-of-charge online applications that connect you to some of your
favorite online content; such as movies from Netflix or Vudu, TV shows from Hulu
Plus, videos from YouTube, music from Pandora, and social updates from Facebook
- Movies: Watch movies and TV shows on
Amazon Instant Video,
CinemaNow, and other online service providers.
- Music: Listen to music from
SHOUTcast Radio, &
- Social Networks: Share your thoughts and comments about
a program on the air through social networking services. Social Networks
displays social network services such as
Google Talk, on a single screen.You can post messages and comments in the same manner as you would
using a computer. You also have access to
- News & Weather: Includes apps that provide information
content; such as news (USA
Today), weather (AccuWeather),
- Fitness: Fitness is an application that helps you stay
fit. Create a profile, set up an exercise plan, and start exercising
according to a structured regimen.
- Kids: A recommended
list for applications and content that is suitable for children and even
provides services not currently installed on the TV. Using Kids, you can
download applications and content for your children to your TV. Certain
services, however, are fee-based.
Note: Samsung Apps require an Internet connection with a
speed of 1.5mbps or greater. Some application services may be provided in
English only and the content available may vary, depending on your area.
App Store for a complete list of available Samsung Apps.
Web Browser You can access the internet using the player's
Web Brower application. You can search web pages using Google or Bing. You may
enter a URL addresses or enter a keyword search. The player will archive your
web browser history. You can also save "Favorite" web pages and create a "Home"
page. The playback of Flash videos is also supported. The Web Browser is
optimized to fill your connected TV's screen. Use a keyboard and mouse for a
more convenient web browsing experience Use a USB-enabled keyboard and mouse
(both sold separately) for a more convenient web browsing experience
Note: The browsing experience, however, may not be the same
as it is on your computer. The Web Browser is not compatible with Java
applications. E-commerce, for purchasing products online is not supported.
ActiveX is not supported.
Skype w/ Built-in Camera & Mic: Samsung's free Skype app,
plus the TV's built-in camera & mic lets you make video calls from the
comfort of your living room. Using the TV's remote control, you can create free
Skype accounts, log into existing accounts, and navigate via a simple Skype
interface made for the big screen. You can make free Skype-to-Skype voice and
video calls to friends and family, wherever they are in the world from the
Tickers: The Ticker application provides useful News,
Weather, and Stock Market information on-screen.
Link Service Accounts: The Link Service Accounts function
lets you link your player to your accounts with Internet services (such as
Twitter, Facebook, etc.) so that the player can log you into the service
automatically when you start the app for that service.
Firmware/Software Updates: The television's Software Upgrade
menu allows you to upgrade the TV's software & firmware for performance
improvements & additional services. You can upgrade in four ways; USB, Internet,
Alternative Software, or Standby Mode. The tested television contained firmware
version T-FXP9NAKUC-1004.0 (as of 8/28/2013). There was an immediate firmware update (ver. 1015)
available. Visit theSamsung
Download Center for the latest Firmware/Software updates.
Dual USB Ports: The One Connect Box is equipped with two USB
(type-A) ports. One of the USB ports
can accept a USB mass-storage-class device (5V, 0.5A), while the other USB port
will accept a USB hard-disk-drive (5V, 1A). Either USB port lets you view photo
and movie files, as well as listen to audio files saved on a compatible USB
device. Files must be formatted in FAT16/32 or NTFS. The TV can recognize up to
1,000 files in each folder.
- Video Playback: The TV supports the following video
file types; AVI, Divx, H.264, MPEG, MKV, MOV, and WMV. Movie files are
displayed in a folder and title list in either date or alphabetical order.
The TV offers Play, Pause, Search, and Resume playback functions for
compatible video files stored on a compatible USB device.
- Still Image Playback: The TV supports the following
still image file types; JPEG, PNG, BMP, or MPO. Still image files can be
viewed as a slide show with background music or as a thumbnail view. Still
images can also viewed full-screen and zoomed or rotated.
- Audio Playback: The TV supports music files supports
the following music file types; MP3, WMA, AAC, FLAC, and OGG. Music files
are displayed in a folder and track list, and can be sorted by Artist,
Album, or Genre. Music files can be repeated or shuffled in a selected
Smart Hub: This TV features Smart Hub, an interactive
multi-purpose menu system. With Smart Hub, you can surf the web, download
applications, and stay in touch with family and friends through social
networking services. In addition, you can enjoy photo, video & music files
stored on external storage devices. The new Smart Hub interface organizes your
entertainment and content into 5 convenient panels.
- Social: Connect to YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. You
can also make Skype video calls to friends by connecting the TV to a camera
(sold separately from Samsung).
- Apps: Samsung Apps offers an extensive collection of
free and paid news, sports, weather, and gaming content you can directly
download to and enjoy on your TV.
- On TV: Check a listing of TV programs that are
currently airing and are scheduled to be aired (supports off-air, cable, and
- Movies & TV Shows: Purchase and watch movies and TV
shows from an online service provider. You can browse content by Favorites,
Featured, Movies, or TV Shows.
- Photos/Videos/Music: Play back photo, video, and music
files from an external USB or network storage device.
Content Discovery: The TV offers unique ways to search and
access your favorite and new content from the TV's tuner and network apps.
- Recommendations: The Recommendation feature helps you
discover what you want to watch on TV or the Internet with customized
content options based on your preferences. Select Timeline View to display
program recommendations for different times of the day. You can even use the
TV's voice control system to ask the TV to find things to watch and get
- Favorite Channels: You can designate frequently watched
channels as "Favorites". You can create up to 5 favorite channel list for
each member of you family. You can also rename and edit favorite channel
- Genre: It is possible to filter channels by genre, if
the channels contain proper genre information.
- Schedule Manager: Using this function, you can set the
TV to display a desired channel automatically on a day and at a time of your
choice. The Schedule Manager can be set to repeat only once, everyday,
Mon-Fri, Mon-Sat, or Sat-Sun.
RVU Compatible (for DirecTV): This Samsung television is
RVU-compatible which means DIRECTV subscribers with the Genie Whole-Home HD DVR
can watch live broadcast and stored content from their DVR on the Samsung TV,
without the need for an additional Genie Mini Client devices or set-top boxes.
However, you will need a DECA unit (sold separately) that converts Coax to
Ethernet, which will plug into the Samsung TV's LAN port. Make sure the
television has the latest firmware update.
Input Source Names: You can assign a pre-programmed name to
each of the inputs. When input naming is completed, you will no longer have to
remember which component is connected to each input when selecting a source to
watch. Source names include VCR, DVD, Cable STB, Satellite STB, PVR STB, AV
Receiver, Game, Camcorder, PC, TV, DVI PC, DVI Device, IPTV, Blu-Ray, HD-DVD,
and Digital Media Adapter.
Hearing & Visually Impaired: The Samsung OLED TV offers
Close Captions and an Audio Guide for the hearing and visually impaired.
- Close Captions (CC): The TV provides Analog Closed
Captions and Digital Closed Captions. The Digital CC offers customizable
text, font, and size. The Caption feature does not work for Component and
HDMI input sources.
- Audio Guide: Activate the audio guide for the visually
impaired. This is only available with broadcasts that provide this service.
Program Rating Lock: The Program Rating Lock feature
automatically locks out programs that are deemed inappropriate for children. You
can block TV program based on their ratings and Movies based on their MPAA
rating, so you have more control over what your children watch. The Program
Rating Lock function is protected by a 4-digit PIN.
ENERGY STAR Compliant with ECO Settings: The Samsung OLED
TV is ENERGY STAR compliant and provides ECO settings to reduce the TV's power
consumption and cut-down on energy costs.
- Eco Sensor: Samsung's unique Eco light sensor measures
the intensity of the room's light and automatically calibrates the
brightness of the image on the screen. In a sun-filled environment, the
screen gets brighter and in dim surroundings, the intensity is reduced. This
feature optimizes the viewing experience while also saving you energy.
- Energy Saver: This feature adjust the brightness of the
TV in order to reduce power consumption. When watching TV at night, set the
Energy Saver feature to High to reduce eye fatigue as well as power
consumption. You can set this feature to High, Medium, Low, or Picture Off
(sound remains on).
- No Signal Standby: The TV will automatically switch to
standby mode, if no picture is being received for a predetermined set amount
of time (15, 30, or 60 minutes).
- Auto Power Off: The TV will be automatically turn off
after 4 hours of being left idle to prevent overheating.
Timers: The Samsung OLED TV offers On/Off and Sleep
timers for your convenience.
- On/Off Timer: The three On/Off timers allow you to
program the television to turn itself on and off by selecting a specific on
time and a specific off time. An On/off timer can be set to repeat only
once, everyday, Mon-Fri, Mon-Sat, or Sat-Sun. You can also choose the On
Timer's content (TV, USB, or Antenna) and volume. The on and off timers work
independently of one another.
- Sleep Timer: The sleep timer switches the television
off after a specified amount of time. The sleep timer can be set to 30, 60,
90, 120, 150, or 180 minutes.
- Auto Protection Time: If the screen remains idle with a
still image for a certain period of time (2, 4, 8, 10 hours) defined by the
user, the TV's built-in screen saver is activated to prevent the formation
of host images on the screen.
Self Diagnosis: The Samsung OLED TV provides a Self
Diagnosis menu which allows you to check the television for picture, sound, and
- Picture Test: Use to check for picture problems. If the
problem appears in the test picture, select "Yes" and follow the directions
on the screen.
- Sound Test: Use the built-in melody sound to check for
sound problems. If the problem occurs during the test, select "Yes" and
follow the directions on the screen.
- Signal Test: An HD digital channel's reception quality
is either perfect or the channels are unavailable. Adjust your antenna to
increase signal strength.
Remote Support: The Samsung Remote Support service offers
you one-on-one support with a Samsung Technician who can remotely diagnose your
TV, adjust the TV settings, perform a factory reset, and install recommended
firmware updates. Your TV must be connected to your homes wired or wireless
E-Manual: The television only comes with a brief User
Manual. A complete instruction manual is built-in into the TV and can be viewed
on-screen. Open the e-Manual to learn how to use the TV's many features.
Smart Touch Remote (w/ IR Blaster): The new Samsung Smart
Touch Remote Control makes it even easier to navigate the television's
entertainment sources, menu settings, and Smart TV features. Improved user
convenience has been provided so that you can switch the channel and adjust the
volume with just your fingertips while focusing on the TV screen. The built-in
touchpad removes the need for a mouse when you change the menu settings or
search for something on the Internet. You can even activate a virtual on-screen
remote controller (w/ numeric keypad, playback controls, and shortcut menu) on
the TV which can be operated through the remote's touchpad. It also has a
built-in microphone that you can use to give the Samsung TV voice commands. In
addition, the remote can be programmed to control satellite/cable boxes, Blu-ray
players, and home theaters from other manufactures using the TV's setup menu and
the included IR blaster. You can turn on the remote's backlight function for a
brief moment with a press of a button.
Note: The Smart Touch Remote communicates with the TV
through wireless Bluetooth communication. This means you don't have to point
the remote directly at the TV. The remote will need to be initially paired
with the TV.
Smart Interaction: The Samsung OLED TV offers Smart
Interaction with voice & motion control, as well as face recognition through its
built-in camera and integrated microphone. The camera's viewing angle is adjustable. Using the TV's Smart Interaction, you can
access and control menu options and functions using speech, hand gestures, and
- Voice Control: Using the TV's built-in microphone or
the microphone on the included Smart Touch Remote and the voice control
function of the TV, your voice is all you need to turn on the Samsung
television, navigate menus, and get to your favorite Smart TV content. You
can use only your voice to switch the channel, adjust the volume level, and
launch online apps while focusing on the TV screen, which removes the need
for the conventional remote control. The Smart Touch Remote's mic even lets
you use "natural language" to search for content on the TV, your network,
and online apps. To use Voice Control, you must pronounce words and phrases
clearly and correctly in the language (English/French/Spanish) you selected.
The Voice Control function can be affected by unclear pronunciation, voice
level, or surrounding noise. Make sure to speak in a loud (75~80dB)
and clear voice and reduce any background noise (below 40db) in the room.
Use the TV's voice control management test for best performance.
- Motion Control: Thanks to the television's built-in
camera and motion control function, a simple hand gesture is all it takes to
access your favorite movies, sports, apps, and other Smart TV content. Use a
specific hand motions to switch the channel or adjust the volume level, as
well as to move the mouse pointer to a desired position while surfing online
content from the Smart Hub. Simply use your hand to control TV functions by
swiping (moving your hand left or right) to navigate and grabbing (closing
your hand or making a fist) to select. The motion control function can be
affected by user's location, motion posture, or ambient brightness
conditions. The built-in camera's angle is adjustable to compensate for the
television's mounting height (high on wall or low on stand). Make sure the
palm of your hand is open, flat, and facing the TV when making "swiping"
movements (not too fast or too slow). If your hand moves outside of the
camera's view, motion control will be deactivated. Your room should be well
lit room (50-500 Lux) with the light illuminating you. Use the TV's gesture
control environment test for best performance.
- Face Recognition: The built-in camera also recognizes
your face and logs you in to your profile, giving you instant access to your
favorite apps, your personal Skype address book, and more. In order for Face
Recognition to function, the TV's built-in camera will take a snapshot of
your face and a thumbnail image of your face will be stored in the TV for
logging-in purposes. The TV can store up to five face recognition profiles.
Note: Samsung recommends using the Voice Control, Motion Control,
and Face Recognition
functions within approximately 4.9'-13.1' of the TV. The motion control's range
may differ depending on the angle of camera or other conditions. Voice
Control performance levels will vary based on the language spoken. Some TV
and menu functions will require the use of the included IR remote control.
Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC): This TV is enabled with Anynet+
(HDMI-CEC); a feature that makes it possible to control Samsung external devices
connected to the TV with ease. With Anynet+, you can use the TV remote control
to operate all your compatible Samsung devices that are connected to the TV via
HDMI. Anynet+ can control up to 12 compatible external devices (up to 3 of the
Smart View Mobile App: Download the
Smart View Mobile App from the Android Market on select Samsung smartphones
and tablets (Android 2.2-up) for yet another way to control the Samsung OLED TV. If both your Samsung smartphone or tablet and TV are
connected to the same wireless network, your smartphone or tablet will link to
the TV automatically where you can use your smartphone or tablet like a remote
control. The TV can also transfer live feeds to your smartphone or tablet. Main
- Remote: Your Samsung mobile device can work as remote
for the Samsung OLED TV and a connected Samsung Blu-ray player or home
- TV View: Enjoy TV and other multimedia right from your
Samsung mobile device that's connected to the Samsung Smart TV. You can
watch the same content as on the TV or different content from other input
Keyboard & Mouse Compatible: The Samsung OLED TV will
also support either a USB or Bluetooth enabled keyboard and mouse (both sold
separately), which makes web browsing a lot easier.
5-Way Joy Stick: The television is equipped with a 5-way
"joy stick" like button on the bottom right side of the TV's rear-panel that
lets you control the TV without the remote control or Smart Interaction.
Kick-Stand Style Base: The Samsung OLED TV features a
"kick-stand" style base which attaches to the TV via the included
television ships with the "kick-stand" base unattached. The television weighs
68.1 lbs with the base. Currently, there is no wall-mount solution for this TV.
Note: When installing the TV, leave 4" of clearance on
each side of the television and 4" above/below the television for adequate
Detachable AC Power Cord: The Samsung OLED TV comes with a
5' detachable AC power cord which plugs into the back of the TV (not the One
Connect Box). The power cord sits 0.155" from the back of the television. The
power cord is fitted with a right-angle AC plug that sits 0.8125" from the wall.