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Should be able to use Bluetooth. Need to "pair" the devices (the TV and the soundbar). On soundbar, press On/Standby to power it on, press Input to select Bluetooth (pairing indicator blinks), press & hold pairing button until pairing indicator blinks quickly. Now go to the TV's setup menus: Sound > Speaker Settings > TV Speaker > SoundShare Settings, Add New Device=On, select the Sharp GT-SB30 from device list. If passcode, password, etc is needed, enter 4 zeros (0000). After the devices are paired. the pairing indicator on the soundbar should stop blinking. The pairing information should be retained so you only have to do this one time unless you do a full reset on the TV or soundbar.
turn the soundbar off, then press and hold the reset button on the back of the subwoofer until the blue light starts blinking fast. the point the remote at the soundbar and hold the mute button until"ID SET" shows on the display. Then turn on the soundbar and it should find the sub and pair with it.
hello anonymus if your system is working and the soundbar does not
make sure you have the right connector to inject signal to soundbar some of them like you have has a tiny hole to reset it and dont forget to use the remote control i hope it works
It basically has an Optical input, or a coaxial input. Use whichever input is available for you from your TV digital output, to the soundbar. If it still doesn't work, the soundbar is probably damaged. For more information, please visit my website at audioserviceclinic.com. Thank you.
Press and hold the reset button on the back of the subwoofer until the light on the front starts blinking. Then with the soundbar turned on, press the stop button on the soundbar and the mute button on the remote at the same time. The display should say "REMATE". The sub light should stop blinking then and should be linked.
1. Check the power cord is plugged in properly by removing it and replacing it. 2. Try a different outlet on the surge protector.3. Most surge protectors have a reset button, try resetting it. Is the sound bar the only device plugged into the surge protector?
Purchased a x810 & everything tests out fine except TV signal sounds from cable box. We have the Comcast cable box connected to the 50" Samsung Plasma TV hooked up to Samsung x810 Soundbar all using HDMI cables. But we are not getting cable shows sound through Soundbar. Please advise
Amp is probable going into protection mode. Disconnected all speaker and av wires (only power) and check if it switches on. Try to plugged it in also at another wallsocket. Presume PSU damaged by surge