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You get surround sound only if you hook up your Optical out from your TV to the Optical IN on the HT-H4500 using an optical audio cable. You may have to buy such a cable if one was not included with the TV or the home theater.
Follow the link below and click on the Manual tab.
The amplifier has a bad channel, the power supply is bad, or the amplifier is drawing too much power.The speakers could also be wrong, if they are not the speakers that came ith th unit, they will need to be replaced. (Any speakers within the specs of the amplifier will work, so to that end the system is customizable. You can go to Samsung.com to find the amplifier's wattage per channel, but the speakers you get MUST be 3 ohms impedance.) I have an article/tip/how-to as to wiring multiple speakers to one channel.
I submitted an earlier request trying to determine why surround sound wasn't coming through all speakers when playing my TV.
Looking further into the Samsung site I found out that you MUST connect the optical cable from the home theater unit to the CABLE BOX and not to your TV to get surround sound...I'm currently in the office but will change the connection once home...try connecting to your CABLE BOX instead of your TV and it should resolve the problem.
if ur surround hasnt got digital in then it wont work also its better to use the red white and yellow wire, i have hdmi and them wires hooked up and i have sound through everythin all i have to do is put it on aux 2, try it out