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S27A950D Unboxing Samsung SyncMaster SA950 3D Monitor

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Published on Jun 23, 2011

Unboxing of the new SyncMaster SA950 also known as the S27A950D this was shown in CES 2011 as one of the new Samsung 3D monitors.

You can get more info about it here:
http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/of...

Comments • 158

Cons29
Does anyone know which battery to use for the glasses? I can't remember and I goggled but came out short so far. Is it 2035?
Cons29
+Receptical oh ok, thank you. I'll get one so I could use 3d again
Receptical
Just looked it's 2025 for the one in the video here
Receptical
Yup through HDMI 1.4 for 3D or 2D, but you have to either connect headphones / speakers into the back of the monitor for sound or run an optical cable from the PS3 to a stereo system for sound.
MrGamingvideos123
does it work with ps3? 
Ariel Chiong
Hi, Im using a nvidia 9800gt, I only see 60hz in my display setting in control panel, how can i configure to 120hz? need help. thanks
Receptical
It has 1 HDMI, 1 DP, 1 DVI-D
littletoy01
is there two hdm ports 
Receptical
Ya you can connect speakers through the headphone jack @ 6:57 it pulls the sound from the HDMI cable from whatever its connected to. Also you can use the left and right touch buttons to increase or decrease the volume.
Rolf
Hey, that screen looks amazing :). Is it possible to connect speakers to the screen? As in you connect an xbox or ps3 to the monitor and then connect speakers to the headphone jack of the monitor?
BrutalGamez
SAMSUNG 27'' S27A950DS or SAMSUNG 27" S27B750VS for gaming ??? (im not going to use 3D) would you reccomand a differant 27-30 inch monitor ? 
Receptical
You can get 120Hz from an nvidia graphics card, the big compatabilty problems are mostly with seeing things in 3D (with 3D glasses) but playing games regularly is fine, but you might need to play with your settings a bit, sometimes the default settings on your card or display settings default to 60Hz, good luck.
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