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Thread: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

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    Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    I am at present regarding getting a LN32B650. HOWEVER, I have been utilizing my old TV as a notification timepiece and subsequently require a TV that backings on/off timer(s). From what I've perceived, the Samsung LN line timers just uphold RF (antenna/cable) and USB movie origins. In present modern times, with most exceptionally users set up to HD link, the timers NEED to have the capacity to select HDMI/component inputs. This is a grievance I've viewed specified here in one structure or an additional over and again. I could think this limit might be effortlessly settled with a downloadable product upgrade (actually put the different film inputs in the determination catalogue – under ordinary operation, movie include switching is at present product regulated-no?).

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    In the event that HDMI-1 is chosen, the TV could turn on. Anyhow unless the cable/sat box is on (which needs you to leave it on all night), no picture is determined to appear. A DVD player, similarly it wouldn't wake you up with matter admitting that it will turn on with a disc in the tray-it could need to rehash all night, or it will wake you up to the menu. So the sensibility out of date bodes well to some degree (in that it wasn't simply a thoughtless determination), but as a substitute serves to be not something that meets your requirements. Since there are various strings somewhere else, I'd be upbeat to check out. However assuming that it doesn't meet your requirements, I sway you to get something that conveys an explanation for your requirements. The different alternative is to wake up to OTA TV or a thumb drive film with matter that you have a desire to wake up to, and after that switch the channel.

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    I'll bet that a lot of people who wants this adjustment need this for a link association, NOT a DVD/blueray player or anything else. RF was OK a few years in the past. Now digital/HD TV is the RULE of the ground. In the past, numerous folks headed off to link in view of oppressed RF gathering; DTV gathering is much trickier and will prod numerous more to cable/sat. But also on most (all?) cable/sat boxes, you MUST utilize HDMI to get a HD indicator ( inf actuality, I consider what number of more years the aforementioned boxes will accord even an easy-def RF yield, if they do so to any detectable degree now). In this way, on a 2009 model set (the US DTV law was passed in 2005 with a first target date of Feb 2009), I could contend the plan choice is in any event 1-2 years out of

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    I've been modifying for over 15 years (honestly not installed apparatuses). In any case, the present timer origin field is ALREADY a determination catalogue. I'll collect, if control memory space is tight, a nonexclusive method is utilized by all control modules to select include root. All that might as well be needed is to unfold the post by regardless ONE HDMI, if not every last one of the 8 enter causes indeed, switching to HDMI or part ought to be more straightforward than RF or USB---no auxiliary data is needed (channel, document, and so forth).

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    Adjusting firmware is not simple, its not a brisk methodology and it isn't modest. Those are the realities. So if an alteration is to be made similar to that it could need to go opposite the whole unit line and it needs to be legitimized to spend the hours and chance to do that. I think uniting more choices for the timer is a great thought. It might be that we catch small input on it that it stays the present state of affairs quo-we could not react to individuals who "have a tendency to be peaceful and don't post". I'll do what I am able to carry concentration in regards to the issue. I don't want to see any individual unhappy or without an answer.

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    It is unverifiable what amount of longer the flat-def RF yield could be given by the link boxes (the link communities could adoration to achieve full duplicate insurance, the explanation I think just level def RF is accommodated now). So while that would work for now, it may not in the fate. Additionally, a small FYI: I was bantering with someone who was included in TV repairs, and he told me that on a honest number of link boxes, the RF yield voltage is too elevated for the RF tuner enter, bringing about the possible flop of the tuner or fly back transformer.

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    Re: Samsung LN32B650 LCD TV timer not working

    I actually displaced my Sharp TV with the Samsung for the reason that it has a wake timer. I inquired about it got the manual connected and purchased the framework. I put it like a champ on the divider in my expert pad and figure what its just on breeze or USB. I have dish lattice elevated def. I cannot accept there are just a few alternatives of USB and link. This is October 2010. I download a firmware update or ought I to take this back to the store and get a Panasonic. I did my exploration and got a Manual which does show it is valuable in the event that you have HDTV.

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