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Hi Guys, 

Picked-up an OLED55C8PLA yesterday and absolutely love it. Now just waiting for the Samsung HW-N950 to finish the bedroom-cinema 🙂

It's a bedroom TV and actually doubles as an alarm clock starting with the news at 06:30 on weekdays and some morning talkshow at 08:00 on the weekends.
On my 2011 Samsung  (UE46D7000) TV I could set multiple timers but WebOS seems to only feature one.

It's a luxury thing, but it would be great if a feature update of WebOS would be capable of doing just this.

Maybe it could be added to a wishlist 🙂

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