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Disable panel while media streaming (DNLA music)

Hello,

I really like my brand new UE32C6710, which just works perfect!

Besides TV, I use it together with a DNLA server for playing my MP3 collection. Setup and using it worked very well too.

I only do not like one thing: When playing music, it always show?s the track title, album art, ... This is not perfect when I just want to listen to my music. Is there a way to disable (turn off) the screen or show just a blank/black screen, while playing music over the TV's speakers?

Thanks for any hint!

Raki

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Read this recent discussion for ideas.

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So it comes down to ...

In reply to: Read this recent discussion for ideas.

so it comes down to:

"However, I'm not aware of this feature working or not working with the USB port. The USB port may be an exception since the Media Play is built-in and is designed to be shown on the screen."

This really is a missing feature, disabling the screen during media playback

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Just sharing.

In reply to: So it comes down to ...

I found the power draw to plummet on another set when I set the brightness to a low setting.

Maybe you should try some speakers if power is a concern?
Bob

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