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IPOD and Samsung 8000 LED TV

by coton76 / February 6, 2010 6:45 AM PST

How do I play my ipod through my Samsung 8000 LED TV?
Can I just plug it into the USB or do I need other cables?

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IPOD and Samsung 8000 LED TV
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / February 6, 2010 8:50 AM PST


If the files are in mp3 format, then it can plug in directly with USB. If they are .aac files, those may not be supported on the television.


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IPOD and Samsung 800 LED TV
by Angiembc / January 7, 2011 7:44 PM PST

I had the same problem - IPOD would playh folders but no playlists. Fortunately my music files were still in their original mp3 format on my pc so downloaded them to an external hard disk and keep that plugged into the TV. Having said that they are not always easy to play and the instrutions aren't clear. Basically down to trial and error but it does eventuallyh work. It is very strange for such sophisticated TV. Good luck

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