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post #2371 of 2375 Old 01-11-2015, 02:42 PM
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Where the hell did I say he should upgrade his firmware with a "lower version"?
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...i found there was a firmware update 1024 released on 3/9/14 so i was planning on doing that as soon as the tv arrives... i have seen somewhere else on the forum where someone just bought the same model and their firmware number that was shipped with the tv is higher than the 1024 update
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No, the firmware is not older than what your TV is shipping with. I updated my TV just fine.
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I just bought a UN32EH5000 and I have some questions if anyone can answer, thanks.

1. Sometimes when I tilt the TV I noticed I hear something shifting. It's not a screw or piece of plastic. Like I said it's more the sound of something shifting and not rattling, it sounds like something fairly big. Should I return this TV or what? I tested it and it works but it doesn't seem like it'd be normal for anything to shift.

2. My version number is UU02. Checking the panel it says I have a Samsung a-Si TFT-LCD. Is that a good one/bad one or what?
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If you are worried about it (the loose assembly), change it. Peace of mind.
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Hey forum,

I picked up the Samsung UE40H5000 from John Lewis about 1 month ago and I’ve had nothing put problems trying to connect my HDMI cable.

The problem I’m having is with the HDMI1 source setting. When connected to the PS4 the screen will flicker ever 15-20s which makes it completely unusable. In the PS4 settings I’ve noticed that when 1080p is selected then the flickering is every 1s and the rest (1080i, 760, 460 etc) are every 15-20s.

I’ve gone through 3 HDMI cables costing £95 thinking it was something wrong in that aspect and then I’ve tried 4 other laptops which still highlight the problem and my final resort is to get some help in the forum before sending it back to the company I bought it from.

All I wanted was a TV to watch some Netflix on with my flatmates and have a few beers with the PS4 but it has turned into a complete nightmare! and it’s absolutely unusable at the minute.
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So maybe there's something faulty about the HDMI input. Get a replacement and see if that's better.

How can three HDMI cables cost £95? Somebody saw you coming.
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