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  Reply # 298302 12-Feb-2010 11:07
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sbiddle: Samsung TV's all have firmware issues and most don't let you access the AC3 streams, you're stuck with HE-AAC.


We have a Series 5 32 inch and Series 4 26 inch Sammy and were lucky with both sets. Both of them default to AC3 when it's available. I have noticed your earlier comments and wonder which models you had problems with?

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  Reply # 298452 12-Feb-2010 17:44
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Very interesting about the Samsungs. Looks like I'll have to tell the manager not to go with the SS in his TV upgrade. He is just the minimalist watcher: in-built FVHD tuner with no (HT)PC.

So no issue with LGs, Pannys, etc.?




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