Question about Televison & Video
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tv samsung plasma
From the specifications here - http://www.samsung.com/he/products/tvplasmadisplay/plasmatv/ps42p2sb.asp?page=Specifications
it comes with a HD digital tuner. It may have an analog tuner aswell, but is unclear from the information (2 tuners, so allows picture-in-picture).
From the Picture, it appears that the tuner may be built into the seperate box, which comes with the plasma.
Posted on May 28, 2008
This particular model has a 60Hz refresh rate. At this point there are no broadcasts or video sources outside of special labs that can generate enough data to produce a refresh rate of 120Hz. Expect this to become available in a year or so. Please realize that the human eye can not see changes faster than about 30 frames per second. The current standard refresh rate of 60Hz is twice that. The only change you could see (unlikely) would be a slightly smoother flow for fast moving scenes. Typical movement on the screen will not likely see a difference.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Just start from the beginning as if you just bought it. Start with Install and let the set do the rest. Watch the screen for any questions that may require an answer or an Enter command and that should do it.
Take in consideration that some cable companies moved some digital stations to a pay plan and you might not get them in HD. The digital stations you get after programming wil be it, unless you upgrade to a different plan.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
SOURCE: pc to tv
You can also connect this TV to a computer using a DVI to HDMI cable (I have done it, but you must have a DVI monitor output on your computer). Something like this would probably work:
You can get the cable cheaper, but it is probably worth paying a bit extra for a higher quality one. If you want to go the dirt-cheap route, you can get one here:
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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