TV picture quality doesn’t get any better than LED. That’s what you get with the Samsung UN40D5500 LED TV: unparalleled Full HD 1080p resolution on a brilliant 40-inch LED screen, for the greatest enjoyment of movies and shows. You’ll connect with more than just amazing picture quality – Samsung’s AllShare feature links and syncs your compatible digital media devices, so you can play videos from your camcorder, watch a picture slideshow from your phone, and listen to music files from your computer, all on your TV. All this technology is packed into an ultra slim design featuring a narrow bezel.
- AllShare™ DLNA® networking: Feed content from other digital devices to your TV for you to enjoy on screen.
- ConnectShare™ Movie: Connect a thumb drive or digital camera quickly and easily. Userfriendly interface allows access to videos, a music playlist and pictures via the remote.
- Wide Color Enhancer Plus: Delivers the entire spectrum of color and luminance for rich, saturated images with intense detail.
- Swivel stand
- Mega Dynamic Contrast Ratio 3,500,000:1
- Full HD 1080p resolution: Experience a greater level of detail and clarity in the picture than you ever thought possible.
- Ultra Slim Touch of Color™ Design: Stunning ultra slim depth- includes tuner (no external transceiver box).
- 4 HDMI®: Version 1.4
- 2 USB: Version 2.0
- PC input: 1 (back)
- Stand-By Power Consumption: < 1 watt
- Component Video Input: 1 (back)
- Dolby® Digital Plus
- SRS TheaterSound®: Get crisp, clear digital quality sound via advanced SRS technology.
- 10 watts x 2 audio power stereo broadcast reception: Supports multi-channel sound (MTS) and second audio program (SAP) with 181-channel capacity.
- Component Audio inputs: 2 (back)
- Digital Audio input: 1 (back)
- PC Audio input: 1 (back)
- Without Stand
- Height: 22.6"
- Width: 37.6"
- Depth: 1.2"
- With Stand
- Height: 25.1"
- Width: 37.6"
- Depth: 10"
- Without Stand: 24.4 lbs
- With Stand: 31.7lbs
- Shipping: 39 lbs
- Manufacturer Warranty (authorized online retailer): One Year Parts and Labor