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If your remote is a Samsung, it should be able to connect to your Samsung HT-C450. Although you say it has batteries in it, those batteries may be no good and fresh ones are needed. You need to determine whether your remote can be programmed to control your Toshiba TV. Instructions for using your remote could be useful for solving this problem.
You need to check your antenna strength, this is done through the digital converter box. Those channels may have lowered their broadcast signal and your antenna cannot pick them up anymore. You may need a outdoor antenna to pick up the channels. These can be purchased at any home improvement store. There is no such thing as a digital antenna. They are broadcasting digital signal instead of analog over UHF stations instead of VHF in most markets.
One option is to purchase a universal remote locally with the understanding that you can return it if it doesn't work. I'm not aware that the codes for this are that different than many other Sony players as far as basic DVD functions are concerned.
This is the way speakers sound on most theatre systems. It just depends on how much power is in the system itself. The more power the better the sound.
If you have a button on your remote that has the word 'LEVEL' on it, press this and you can change the power that goes to each speaker.