Enjoy a cinematic viewing experience with this 32-inch Samsung Life Style Full HD smart TV. Voice control through Bixby, Alexa and Google Assistant allows seamless hands-free operation, while the 20W speaker system delivers powerful sound. This Samsung Life Style Full HD smart TV has Wi-Fi connectivity for streaming online content smoothly, and Bluetooth technology lets you wirelessly connect devices.
A:AnswerHi there! When The Frame TV is on Art Mode, the TV will still be on, but will be utilizing low energy consumption. You can purchase a monthly membership for $4.99 which allows you to choose from 1,200+ Artworks by 38 Galleries. ^Gina
A:AnswerPlease read before mounting your Frame TV. Maybe you're way better at this than I am, but I was bouncing off the walls due to a couple problems that snowballed.
I've attached some photos of my install process and made a dimensions diagram to help you prepare. While you can use my measurements to plan your attack, I definitely would not drill any holes until you get your TV. There's a paper template that comes with - that is the best way to make sure you're punching the wall in the right spot.
To visualize where the TV would be, I folded the guide where the top and sides of the TV would be and taped together some paper to represent the vertical size (see photo), then taped that to the wall. Clunky, but worked ok. I'd have preferred if the template had unfolded to the size of the TV, and not been bigger than it, but life will find a way.
The holes to drill are 3/8. I punched them with an awl instead. They're much bigger than most anchors used for picture frames. Way smaller than for TVs, I suppose. The four mounting screws are long - their anchors are just over 2 inches long - and they have really flat heads to fit in that flush space, so you won't be subbing out any other anchors and bolts. Popping in the giant red anchors that are included seemed pretty straightforward - but look closely at the anchors. Not much in the way of fins to prevent rotation. If your drywall is kind of old like mine, the anchors have a strong tendency to spin instead of gripping and expanding. Once they spin, it's game over. You'll just have a giant hole in the wall.
I usually use toggle bolts or those thick screw-style nylon anchors because they hold better and are easier to work with. However. These screws are too long for that. Other screws will have heads that are too thick for the mount. I even tried gripping the anchor with pliers and pre-installing the screws to loosen up the anchor, but once it went in the wall it still spun instead of expanding. They're tough.
I ended up using smaller nylon anchors that allowed the mounting screws to punch through at the end, but that had a gap close to the surface of the wall that I could brace with a pin while screwing in the hardware, until the expansion could take over to prevent spinning.
In the end, if you're talented or careful, the mounts are super strong and dead flush. The weird keyhole shape on them? Super cool. When you step back and realize with a sinking pit in your stomach that the TV is crooked, all you have to do is nudge it side to side. Those slanted keyholes make the TV tilt when it slides to the side, meaning you can correct its alignment waaaay easier than with a picture frame. Just a nudge and it's done.
The TV is super light and has a place on the back to grip while lifting it into position, so it's not a big deal to get onto the mount plates once they're on the wall.
And if your question was about thickness, the mount is maybe 1/8 of an inch - maybe. It's flush.
A:AnswerHi, the One Connect box and cable are different on the 32" Frame than the other models. The cable is not in-wall rated by most municipal code jurisdictions without additional sheilding. You'll have to consult an electrician or reference your local building codes to see their specific requirements. I hope this helps. Thanks ^Scott
A:AnswerHi there! The One Connect Box that comes with the Frame TV houses all of these connections. The one connect box has an almost invisible cable that is 5 meters long (16 ft). That cable connects to the Frame TV and then there is a power cable from that box that is approximately 5ft long. Your HDMI cables will connect to the One Connect Box, as well as Optical, USB, ethernet, and coax. ^Celina
A:AnswerChacha, IROKOtv is an app designed for streaming on PC, Tablets or Smartphones. While there is no app available to download on Smart TVs, you can watch IROKOtv on your TV by connecting your PC to your TV via HDMI cable, or casting from your device to your TV (AirPlay on iOS devices, Smart View on Android devices). ^Gina