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It's not going to do whayt you want. On the premise that you can't run a dedicated receiver to a dedicated receiver. One processor is not going to override another. The soundbar is a "self contained" closed system. Much like Bose products. I understand what you are looking for, it just can't be done with this product. Options: replace the sony soundbar with a passive polk soundbar or similar and keep the AV receiver or: Return the AV receiver and use the nice, but limited sony amplified soundbar. Hope this helps
I have had this unit for a long time when I started to experience channel drop out then no sound at all. I removed the relays from the output boards (pcbs) and replaced them. They are available through mouser, if you have any skill at desoldering/soldering should be no problem. The relays are sealed and could not be cleaned, replacement was the only option.
Hey guys, just had the same problem and found out it was because I had disconnected the central speaker. This it was creating a back impedance or something and reonnecting did the trick! i.e. check your speaker connections and check that they work... duff speakers could cause the problem too!
befor go deeper check your cable first -take the cable from the good one and test the three bad speakers with it-if no good result the problem is in the speaker itself or in the system-test bad speaker with good cable in the place of good speaker if it is working the problem in your system output itself not the speaker.do this for the other two speakers
Hi, I had the same problem, it seems to be a design error of LG or a typical problem with some component in the wireless transmitter. It is basically caused by the transmitter heating up, leading to a clock drift with the result of the receiver losing the signal. I tried to cool the transmitter in the fridge before using so it will run for about half an hour before producing this error (depends on the room temperature as well). My solution is to remove the plastic case of the transmitter unit and place it in a cool place where it does not catch heat from other devices. Without the case it does not overheat and also takes less space, just be careful if you have children. I placed the naked Tx unit behind the TV so it does not matter. Hope this works for you as well.