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- QuestionWhat does 4 K Ultra HD with HDR mean? (2 Answers)Answers
- QuestionWhat is the width of the stand? (3 Answers)
- QuestionIs this native 120 (2 Answers)
- QuestionWhat year did this tv came out (4 Answers)
- QuestionThe big question - is the motion (particularly panning shots) handled very smoothly? I have a LED Samsung 46" and it has that problem. (2 Answers)Answers
Samsung states this tv has a Motion Rate of 120 which simply put means this TV has a Native panel refresh rate of 60hz with motion compensation (also known as the soap opera effect). While this set, or any others with a similar spec will handle motion fairly well, those with motion sensitivity should look for a set that has 120Hz Native refresh rate. In Samsung terminology this refers to TV's with a Motion Rate 240 or 240 Supreme. I hope this helps!
- QuestionOther than the price, please tell the difference between Model UN55KU7000FXZA and Model UN55KU6300FXZA and Model UN55KU6290FXZA. Thank you. (3 Answers)Answers
- QuestionDoes the Samsung - 55" Class - LED - 2160p - Smart - 4K Ultra HD TV with High Dynamic Range - Black Model: UN55KU7000FXZASKU: 5146801 have a web browser and remote with an alpha numeric keypad that allows for easy internet searching? (3 Answers)Answers
Hi there, watson90210. That is a very interesting question. This TV actually comes with a universal remote which show the keyboard on the screen and has a point and click type input. This TV does additionally come with a web browser along with other apps available through the apps store available through the Smart TV hub.
- QuestionDoes it have an optical audio input? (3 Answers)
- QuestionCan you wall mount this television? (4 Answers)
- QuestionHow is the sound? Is a sound bar/subwoofer must have? We have a relatively small room and would be sitting within 7 to 15 feet of the tv. (3 Answers)Answers
The sound is OK but if you want a big, cinematic sound, you'll have to get a speaker system. While the sound is technically stereo, you will hear it as mono from any reasonable viewing distance. That said, the sound is not "tinny", but is a decent midrange (say 300hz-8000hz).
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