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post #1 of 2 Old 04-02-2013, 12:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Went into the service menu of my UN55B6000 the other day to troubleshoot some HDMI issues and I saw the "Wall Mount" option in the "Config Option" sub-menu. Does anyone know what this actually does?

I recently mounted my set on the wall so if there are benefits to be had by changing the setting from "Off" to "On" I'd like to try it. Can't imagine what those benefits might be, but it must be there for a reason, right?

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If I am not mistake is for audio purposes. If it is on a table top or mounted inches away from the wall(mount) can make a difference with audio output.
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