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Anyone tried RVU on a Samsung 'world' TV?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by htroberts, Sep 17, 2013.

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  1. htroberts

    htroberts Cool Member

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    Has anyone tried using a Samsung world (or multi-system) TV as an RVU client?

    I'm considering a UA40F7500, which is listed as a 'smart' TV, but I'm new to the Samsung ecosystem, so not sure what, if any, the implications of that are.

    Yes, I know I can get a C41, but why would I want the extra hardware?

    Thanks,
    Heath
     
  2. dennisj00

    dennisj00 Hall Of Fame

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    Because it works and is less hassle. Same price and D* will probably give you the client.

    If not, you probably spent more than $1000 for the Samsung. . . what's another $50?

    If you don't get the client, order a RC71 remote. You'll need it.

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  3. texasbrit

    texasbrit DIRECTV A-Team

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    If it does not say it has RVU capability (and is not on the list at the rvualliance web site) then it won't work as an RVU client.
     
  4. Stevies3

    Stevies3 Legend

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    You have a link for approved Samsung sets?


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  5. texasbrit

    texasbrit DIRECTV A-Team

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    http://www.rvualliance.org/products
     

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