• Question about television problem...?

    I recently bought a Samsung 40" smart tv. The sound goes in and out during the day. It is sometimes ok for about ten hours and then the sound goes out again. Do you think this is the problem of the DVR? I do not have a computer or any other tv in the house.
    I recently bought a Samsung 40" smart tv. The sound goes in and out during the day. It is sometimes ok for about ten hours and then the sound goes out again. Do you think this is the problem of the DVR? I do not have a computer or any other tv in the house.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Pros and cons to not having a TV?

    Best answer: It's not uncommon for people to go without TV anymore. The only "television" in my house is used exclusively as a computer monitor (and I only got THAT a couple of years ago). Aside from Netflix, I've never paid for TV service in my life. Between PC games, Netflix, Youtube, and just the internet... show more
    Best answer: It's not uncommon for people to go without TV anymore.

    The only "television" in my house is used exclusively as a computer monitor (and I only got THAT a couple of years ago). Aside from Netflix, I've never paid for TV service in my life.

    Between PC games, Netflix, Youtube, and just the internet in general, I'd never get around to television even if I had it, and I'm a person who does consume quite a bit of media.

    Someone like you would probably never ever miss it.

    They do take up a lot of space, and television service is ridiculously expensive (relative to competing sources of media). So, the extra space and cash would be nice. Plus, not having a TV encourages you to go outside more, pursue more productive hobbies, and design your apartment to feel more "organic" and less cluttered with screens and machines. That's good for stress.

    If you have company often though, not having a TV does limit you a bit. Some people will get bored without one, and you won't be able to have movie nights with friends.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Power on the goes off after 5 minutes??

    In my tv room the power will be on then it’ll cut off, then I’ll have to go to the circuit breaker and switch it back on then after I’ve already switched it back on it goes off again within 5 minutes. The only thing plugged in for that room is the WiFi and the tv , I’ve unplugged everything else. What could be wrong?
    In my tv room the power will be on then it’ll cut off, then I’ll have to go to the circuit breaker and switch it back on then after I’ve already switched it back on it goes off again within 5 minutes. The only thing plugged in for that room is the WiFi and the tv , I’ve unplugged everything else. What could be wrong?
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Where to buy cheapest 100 inch tv?

    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • How can I get the travel channel on my main wide-screen TV! Answer please normally this time?

    Best answer: subscribe to it
    Best answer: subscribe to it
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can anyone recommend a good HDMI cord splitter?

    So my 720p TV only has 1 HDMI slot and I'd like to use HDMI on both my Xbox 360 and PS4 Pro without constantly swapping both because I'm afraid I'll wear out the TVs HDMI port. I'm having trouble finding one that has two inputs (my consoles) and one output (to my TV) that's NOT a Switcher. For... show more
    So my 720p TV only has 1 HDMI slot and I'd like to use HDMI on both my Xbox 360 and PS4 Pro without constantly swapping both because I'm afraid I'll wear out the TVs HDMI port. I'm having trouble finding one that has two inputs (my consoles) and one output (to my TV) that's NOT a Switcher. For some reason people like running two displays at the same time and it seems to be more popular than having two consoles and one TV. And while a switcher doesn't seem too bad there's the issue of it apparently needing both my consoles on at the same time for it to work which is incredibly stupid and a jump in my electricity bill. There's also apparently an issue with it when it comes to 720p and 1080p TVs at times. Because my PS4 Pro is maxed at 4k res I'd like to get a splitter that supports 4k res as well as resolutions that fit both my TV and the 1080p TV I'm planning on buying in the near future. Not to mention I just want to make sure it actually works with my PS4 and buying a 4k splitter that's compatible with lower resolutions seems like the better option. Can anyone help me? Or would I be better off just submitting and keeping my Xbox plugged in with AV cables? The colored cords that plug into the back of my TV that is.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do I turn off my tv's power save feature?

    Ok, so my tv has this really weird and inconvenient feature where if I'm watching a movie or something in full screen and the movie itself goes black, the tv shuts off the display until something other than black is on the screen, at which point it comes back on. Normally that wouldn't be a problem but in... show more
    Ok, so my tv has this really weird and inconvenient feature where if I'm watching a movie or something in full screen and the movie itself goes black, the tv shuts off the display until something other than black is on the screen, at which point it comes back on. Normally that wouldn't be a problem but in this case it takes too long for the display to come back on. a full second or two, which causes stuttering in the video and kinda ruins the experience. It happens on video games too and in some cases have actually frozen a game before which kinda blows my mind because I didn't think the display itself actually affected the game being rendered.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Plugging a Sony home theater blu ray player into a Samsung TV HDMI input and sound on the TV goes out. What's happening?

    Best answer: You have plugged your Sony HTS into the HDMI-ARC socket on the read of your Sammy TV. If everything is set properly your TV should be turning the HTS on and if you turn the volume up on the HTS you should be getting the sound from your TV coming out through the HTS! If it's not doing this then you need to... show more
    Best answer: You have plugged your Sony HTS into the HDMI-ARC socket on the read of your Sammy TV. If everything is set properly your TV should be turning the HTS on and if you turn the volume up on the HTS you should be getting the sound from your TV coming out through the HTS!

    If it's not doing this then you need to change a setting on the HTS to enable CEC which will let the TV turn the HTS on!

    If you don't want the TV to do all this then all you need to do is plug the HTS into a different HDMI port on the TV.

    *For more info look open up the on-screen help manual on your sammy TV and look at the HDMI-ARC section!

    **Your TV is actually doing exactly what it is supposed to do when set up properly, you can also over-ride this from the audio menu (expert) on the TV!
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Are you able to make a tv mimic another tv (make one a slave)? If so how?

    My kids have a tv each in the room that they share both with DVD players, but they fight over who gets to watch the same dvd. If one was a slave that would make life much easier
    My kids have a tv each in the room that they share both with DVD players, but they fight over who gets to watch the same dvd. If one was a slave that would make life much easier
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can You See And Hear Me while I watch TV?

    Best answer: Yes. We can always see and hear you.
    Best answer: Yes. We can always see and hear you.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I use my tv as a monitor for pc gaming?

    Best answer: Sure you can. Most LCD or LED TVs have response lag unlike Plasmas or gaming monitors. But I'm sure you'll manage just fine.
    Best answer: Sure you can. Most LCD or LED TVs have response lag unlike Plasmas or gaming monitors. But I'm sure you'll manage just fine.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Samsung TV power cords polarized?

    Are Samsung TV power cords polarized?

    Best answer: Naw, my Samsung TV's power plug is not polarized.

    If the plug isn't polarized, there is no "right" or "wrong" way to plug it in. It won't damage the TV.
    Best answer: Naw, my Samsung TV's power plug is not polarized.

    If the plug isn't polarized, there is no "right" or "wrong" way to plug it in. It won't damage the TV.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there a delay in viewing live tv?

    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I need recommendation for an indoor HD TV antenna. I have searched online but it is confusing. How do I find which one to get.?

    Over the air channels dont matter.
    Over the air channels dont matter.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago