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LN55C610 TV Wireless Adapter

by khuangvic / October 6, 2010 9:23 AM PDT

Hi,

I have a Samsung LN55C610 TV from BestBuy and am looking for a wireless adapter for the TV. Is wireless adapter WIS09ABGN compatible with my TV? Does it matter where I get WIS09ABGN from? My parents in China is getting that for me and the wireless adapter in China is WIS09ABGN/XTT. Is WIS09ABGN/XTT from China compatible with my TV?

Thank you.


Kevin

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LN55C610 TV Wireless Adapter
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 6, 2010 10:59 AM PDT

khuangvic,

I've never been asked that question before. I'd suspect so, but that said, depending on the wireless standards that can vary by country, it could vary based by region.

I'll see if I can find the answer.

--HDTech

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LN55C610 TV Wireless Adapter
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 7, 2010 4:11 AM PDT

khuangvic,

I'm unable to know if the XTT will work in the U.S. market. I'd be interested in hearing either way, but I'm not able to procure parts from different regions for testing.

I noted that I'd follow up, but I just don't have any definitive way of knowing.

--HDTech

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LN55C610 TV Wireless Adapter
by khuangvic / October 7, 2010 4:38 AM PDT

Would it be possible to contact the Samsung support in China to get more information on the WIS09ABGN/XTT compatibility with Samsung TVs outside of China region?

Thank you very much for your help.

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by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 7, 2010 9:37 AM PDT

khuangvic,

Not from my end, unfortunately. You'd have to contact the Samsung customer service center in China - I have no contacts, nor do I speak the language.

It'd probably be best to purchase in the region that you'll be using it in. That's my recommendation.

--HDTech

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WIS09ABGN compatibility
by richardhula / October 7, 2010 12:49 PM PDT

On the packaging it states compatible with:
LED TV series 2009 models B7000 & above - 2010 models C5000 & above
LCD/PDP TV series 2009 models B650 & above - 2010 models C550 & above
Blue-Ray players 2009 all models - 2010 models C5*** series

What they forgot to mention is that it works with 2009 UNxxB6000 (US model) as well - these have similar connectivity to 2009 7000 series Euro models.

Richard

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Thanks, Richard
by khuangvic / October 8, 2010 3:03 AM PDT

Thanks for the information, Richard.

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