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Cable signal format - STD, HRC, or IRC

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Re: Cable signal format - STD, HRC, or IRC

Use STD (although you probably wouldn't notice the difference if you used one of the others).




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Cable signal format - STD, HRC, or IRC

Hi all,

    I'm trying to set up a new HDTV - Samsung 46" with 3D and the initial setup mode is asking for the cable signal format - STD, HRC, or IRC. I need the appropriate setting for digital and analog system.

 

Please advise.  Thank you!