I would like to be able to turn ON closed captioning. I have a Samsung Model code LN37A550P3FXZA Version AA01. I dunno how else to describe it since I really don't know anything else about it. I hit the CC button, but the Closed Captioning didn't go on, and I went to the menu and I found the caption option, but when I go to highlight the option, it skips over it. What do I do?
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CNETMar 17, 2009 - The Samsung owner's manual says that the closed captioning has to be ..... Perhaps the ATT U-Verse equipment isn't the best example, but in other .... not allTV manufacturers support this, and I really don't know how many ...
To view the captions, all you have to do is turn on the decoder by following these simple steps:
Access your TV menu screen using your remote or by pressing a button on the face of the TV.
Select the closed captions heading. Several different caption options may appear.
Select the "CC1" option.
Exit the menu.
Closed captions should appear within approximately one minute of adjusting this setting. If they do not, review this portion of your television's operating manual or contact the manufacturer of the television set.
Public Television stations do not transmit Closed captioning
If pressing the cc button on the Sharp remote does not turn off the closed captioning then the closed captioning is most likely coming from the cable box or whatever you have connected to this television. You can go into the cable box menu by pressing the menu button on the front when it is turned off. That's right turn off the cable box and then press menu on it to access the hidden menu that includes closed captioning. Scroll down to closed captioning and scroll over to disable. A number of other Directv receivers have the CC located on a "captioning" tab on the "display" page under setup and for dish network: Setting Closed Captioning:
Press and release the MENU button and then select "Preferences."
Sounds like the CC data is coming from your cable service. I would check your cable box options and turn CC of there as well. what company are you with as far as cable ? also what model cable box do you have?
Researching this monitor, it appears to be a professional monitor with plug-in modules for different inputs. It does not appear to support closed captioning natively.
However, some Set Top Boxes (STBs) do closed captioning themselves. For example, most newer DirecTV STBs have captioning capabilities on the box rather than using the montior's closed captioning feature. Perhaps your source material can open caption for you.
The closed captioning has to be sent in another language, and your set will follow it. Call the TV station to find out where they are getting the captioning from, or maybe they can get you directly in touch with the captioning people.
The closed captioning is sent as one of the many information packets during the vertical blanking interval. In the NTSC system, it is sent on line 21 in both the even and odd fields. There are usualy 2 closed captioning selections for text. These are the CC1 and CC2. They are decoded according to their address code.
closed caption depends on your tv stations. If a tv station does not support providng closed captions, then it will not really show closed captions. Closed captions depends really on the feature of a tv station