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Yes you can. It is one of the apps you can download. There's tons of other apps you can download. Hulu, Netflix, Pandora. Great TV best purchase I've made
By zildel on March 15, 2014
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Logitech MK 320 keyboard and mouse works with it. Just plugged in the usb receiver into the TVs usb port. No setup required.
By arun on November 24, 2012
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Samsung has its own special 'clear motion rate' that they use to determine the hz level. Other companys do it to with their own wording. Basically in short its like saying....samsungs proprietary image processor provides a smoother and cleaner image than the general old school version or knockoff brand and that being s… see more Samsung has its own special 'clear motion rate' that they use to determine the hz level. Other companys do it to with their own wording. Basically in short its like saying....samsungs proprietary image processor provides a smoother and cleaner image than the general old school version or knockoff brand and that being said lends the image to look like its 120hz. When combined with the led backlit technology and the panels 60hz refresh rate its basically equivalent to the modern day 120hz models.
I have 4 HDTVs and I can tell you that there is a huge difference between samsung and other brands. This particular tv I have hooked up straight to the cable so I don't even get the luxury's of having crystal clear HDTV you get from having a cable box with HDTV features. I have the brightness turned down all the way to 0 as well lol since its in a bedroom with blacked out curtains. The TV is solid the apps are solid and the fact that samsung is working on an adapter to constantly update the smart features is awesome. The only down side is that this is the start of a new erra. OLED is going to be the norm. Google it for more info but basically your going to get deeper blacks with it because your turning LEDs off not hiding them.
For what its worth its an awesome low end smart TV with solid features, images, HDMI! hello-3 i think thats more than my 65" samsung has. Keeping it at 40 inches is a good small-med sized room TV, my recommendation is to get a 46" if you want it for a medium sized room and is you want a living room TV go 55". I regret my 65" purchase - to big. Streatches pixels and makes mediocre cable look terrible because you see every flaw. Hope this helps, if not feel free to ask another question I have no problem providing info/answers to any questions. see less

By Derek on February 15, 2013
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Improving sound of Netflix or the TV? We have the same lower sound from Amazon Instant video also but nothing to do with the Samsung 5300. Normal volume for TV for us is about 19-25 setting but Internet videos force us to increase to 30-40 on the bar.
I'll add that if you just want to up the overall volume and… see more
Improving sound of Netflix or the TV? We have the same lower sound from Amazon Instant video also but nothing to do with the Samsung 5300. Normal volume for TV for us is about 19-25 setting but Internet videos force us to increase to 30-40 on the bar.
I'll add that if you just want to up the overall volume and quality you can always add one of the many external speaker/amp units, BUT you could also do what I did on our 32"... I cut a clear plastic bottle about 4" diameter or so lengthwise and then used some black duct tape to hang them over each speaker on the bottom of the frame (tape on back of tv) this made two "scoops" facing forward and directs the sound out the front rather than down. Beiing clear they really do not show from viewing distance. Those and making the best of the built in sound "modes" and settings you can really tailor to something more.
It does help and costs nothing to try first before you buy add on sound system. see less

By Careful Shopper on April 13, 2014
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it has a medium gloss finish to the screen. I use it as a pc monitor and you can see some reflections in certain light conditions but overall it has worked very well.
By JOSEPH H. on November 5, 2013
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I would give it a C+
By Islander on June 3, 2014
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There are audio out jacks... be sure to use headset with volume control ; http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/product-gallery/B0074FGNJ6/ref=cm_cr_dp_cust_img_see_all_img0
By Careful Shopper on March 14, 2014
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To answer your first question, if you read closely on their site the 120 rate is referred to as the "Clear Motion Rate". This is not the refresh rate you're referring to. The software in the tv modifies the picture (not sure of the technical details) and simulates a 120 rate. This is my understanding - I read an art… see more To answer your first question, if you read closely on their site the 120 rate is referred to as the "Clear Motion Rate". This is not the refresh rate you're referring to. The software in the tv modifies the picture (not sure of the technical details) and simulates a 120 rate. This is my understanding - I read an article on CNET that described this in more detail. Hope that helps some... see less
By Ryno on November 23, 2012
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Not that I've noticed
By Kindle Customer on April 23, 2014
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As long as their base has a male 3.5mm phono plug and they have their own volume control...
You can also use the Digital Optical Toslink audio out if you need to...
I use a pair of 900mhz wireless headphones for this and like the results..… see more
As long as their base has a male 3.5mm phono plug and they have their own volume control...
You can also use the Digital Optical Toslink audio out if you need to...
I use a pair of 900mhz wireless headphones for this and like the results..
See my photo of the back connection of UN32EH5300 here;
http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-media/product-gallery/B0074FGNJ6/ref=cm_cr_dp_cust_img_see_all_img0 see less

By Careful Shopper on May 5, 2014