Originally Posted by GeorgeFromCrete
Thank you very very very much for the reply, but as i told you my english are not very good, so,IF you have more time please, i want you to explain me these:
1 The whole answer was for F8000 , F9000 or both?
2 You mean that i take the cable from the aerial-antenna (from which i see tv programs DVB-T mpg-4 digitals) and with a cable splitter ( it looks like T) i split the cable coming from the aerial-antenna and from the other side (two exit) run one cable to the satellite input of samsung and the other to the aerial-antenna input of samsug? (Here in Greece we don't have cable services, only free aerial-antenna DVB-T mpg-4 digitals programs )?
3 By your remote cursors you select which one you want to control and change the channel on, or by the menu?
4 By your remote cursors you can highlight the PIP box when you want to change the channel, or by the menu?
5 By your remote cursors you change the channel in your highlight PIP Box, or by the menu?
Probably i am getting tooooo insist in PIP, but nobody can help me now except you.!!
Thanks in advance
I push the trigger, and now, i am an owner of a new Samsung UE55F9000.
The picture is fantastic in HD , but i am not capable yet to see 4K material.
I tried from YouTube but it stack.
1 Can someone help me how to see material 4K (native) from YouTube?
2 The upgrade from HD is fantastic but how can i see native 4K material?
3 Which are the best video settings for this set?
4 Are they the same with F8000?
The answers for my questions in 328 post are:
1 For f9000 sure for F8000 i don't know
2 without cable splitter . You don't have to split the cable coming from the aerial-antenna. Just one input.
3 And by your remote cursors you can select which one you want to control and change the channel on, and by the menu.
4 And by your remote cursors you can highlight the PIP box when you want to change the channel, and by the menu.
5 And by your remote cursors you change the channel in your highlight PIP Box, and by the menu.
Probably I was tooooo insist in PIP and PAP functions, but there was none of this information out there for PIP , PAP function for Samsung F9000.!! I am open for any help from anybody.