Hi, I got an older fisher home theater system. I’m looking for remote control for it. I was looking on the internet but I can’t find it anywhere. Model is: System HTP-S740 Subwoofer SW-S740 Serial T1023119742 If someone can help me I will really appreciate. Any information would be very helpful. Thank you all.
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The Samsung AH59-02291A remote came with several Samsung Home Theater systems, including the HT-H4530 and the HT-H5500W. The remote is not a universal remote and will not control other devices. You can learn a bit more about the remote by looking at the manual for the home theater system that it came with. The HT-H5500W manual is available on that product support page: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/owners/product/2014-5-1-channel-blu-ray-home-theater-system-ht-h5500w. If you need a universal remote to control the home theater system, look for one manufactured and programmed after 2014 for the 2014 HT-H5500W.
Hi, If you are looking for remote control of Genesis G-506 theater system then click Remote.com to buy substitute remote control for $30 as original remote control is no longer available. Let me know if I missed any thing. Thanks.
First and foremost when the chance comes along buy a Harmony remote. Your spouse will love the simplification. A couple of things, On the tv with the optical hose connected and the other end in your hand, do you see the light. Its not a laser and eye safe. Should be a red glow. If not, implies two things the tvs optical is bad or it needs to be enabled via tv menu audio settings. If you see the red glow, then its a protocol issue. Verify your tv is setup on the proper audio mode that your receiver is wanting to see. Probably PCM. I am not directly farmiliar with the tv, but using the dish receiver as a reference (you know its working) set the audio options on the tv similar to the dish receiver. IE pcm, dts, etc.. Let me know thanks