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am buying a ln52b750, bd-4600 and a remote

by grady too / June 16, 2009 2:37 AM PDT

I have connected every tv I have owned in the last 50 years, now I am told that I have to have a 'geek' squad to connect the components. Is it so complicated that a person with average inteligence, and the instructions that must come with the components, cannot accomplish?

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geek squad?
by teejayh / June 16, 2009 4:30 AM PDT

No, install it your self. I hung my own bracket and connected all the components and everything worked fine. I still want to check the settings with a dvd calibration disk but otherwise everything works fine. Getting a separate remote is a good idea. The Samsung remotes work for basic settings on other samsung products but not of the functions work on each remote. I am looking into a Harmony One remote or the URC R50 <?>. Both are good and the R50 is on sale at JandR.com for $90.00 the Harmony One is $179 minus a $20 mfg rebate. Decisions, decisions.....
Good luck on your install!

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am buying a ln52b750, bd-4600 and a remote
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / June 16, 2009 11:26 AM PDT

grady too,

Something else to consider is to brush up on the new technologies when it comes to cables. HDMI v.1.3, optical cables, pretty simple stuff for experts, but can be overwhelming here.

But if you run into any questions, we can also help here, and that doesn't cost anything. Most people in the forums are happy to help, as am I.

--HDTech

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