Samsung home cinema system HT-THX25 Multiregion hacks
Hi I Have recently purchased a new home cinema system The Samsung home cinema system HT-THX25, the problem is that most of my dvd's were bouth in the states and it looks like this will only play region 2 dvds , Is the a known hack to play multiregion
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I had the same problem. How i fixed ? I unplugged HT and I kept pressed the power button from DVD for a few seconds. Repeat it, put it in socket and turn it on. It happens from condensation or voltage variations.
You need to put away the remote for your TV and use only the remote for your HT system. Your HT remote should work on your TV by default. Your Samsung HT remote should have a TV button and a DVD/Receiver button (or HT button). When using only the TV, press the TV button and then use it for just the TV and when using the HT system, press the DVD/Receiver button and then you can use the HT system.
If for some reason your TV is not set on the Samsung HT remote by default, your HT users manual should have a list of codes that you can use to program your HT remote. Hope that helps you. Gary
You need just one cable that goes from your TV to your HT system.
On your TV you should see an RCA jack for "AUDIO OUT" and you need to plug that into your AUXILLARY "AUDIO IN" on your HT system
When you are watching TV and you want the sound to come through the HT system, just set the HT system to "AUX" mode. Most Samsung systems will have 3 'AUX' modes, set the remote on 'AUX 1' then wait a few seconds, if no sound comes through then set it on "AUX 2" wait a few seconds and if it doean't work try AUX 3.
Hope that helps.
I guess you connected your TV set to THX25 through the AUX input jacks. If yes, then try to set the sound system to 5.1, not for STEREO (default) setting. This should solve your problem (it sure solved mine). If the sound received from your TV set is not stereo, then you'll hear only mono.