1. Check www.samsung.com you can compare the features there.
2. Follow the instructions that came with calibration DVD.
3. You should be able to hook up both HDMI and S-video to your HDTV.
4. Yes, all HDTVs(except CRT) will upscale all SD video to native resolution.
Which dose a better job, the cable box or the HDTV of upscaling??? Try both ways and see which looks better to you. John
The question I would like to ask is in a four parts.
1)Recently, I purchased a Samsung LN-S4095D HDTV. What is the major difference from the Samung LN-S4096D?
2)With my purchase, the store provided me with a calibration disk. I would like to use the Tips & Tricks for the Samsung LN-S4096d model which I found on CNET.com to improve picture quality of standard cable channels. Which should I work with the calibration disk first or the Tips & Tricks?
3)Would it be possible to work with a technician from my cable service
provider to hook-up my HD cable box through 2 sources on my TV, HDMI for HD programming and S-video and/or component video for standard cable programming?
4)If I could use S-video for just the standard channels, would this model "automatically" try to upconvert the signal?