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I have a Philips HTS 3571 home theater, lately i noticed that there is no sound coming from its subwoofer, even if i set the volume control to high i can feel no pounding or vibration in its enclosure. i hope that you can help me troubleshoot this.

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SOURCE: Subwoofer - no sound

Had the same problem when mine first arrived. Unplug and replug the power cord at the back of the woofer. Worked for me!

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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works very well for my PHILIPS home theater HTS3545 as well - semi

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Hi 

TURN ON THE PLAYER 
PRESS OPEN/CLOSE TO OPEN THE TRAY 
WITH THE TRAY OPEN, PRESS STOP-7-3-4-4-6-6 

YOUR REGION AREA WILL BE DISPLAYED. 
PRESS "0" TO UNLOCK ALL 
PRESS "OK"

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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do the following:
1. Turn on dvd player
2. Open the tray
3. On the remote control press: STOP 7344660

On the left bottom corner of the screen you should see "Region: 0" after that you can play all dvd discs.

hope it helps!

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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I would like to hook up my philips hts3544 to my hdtv. i have a satelite receiver in between . i cant always get the hts to provide volume for my tv . can you advise me how to


Manuals answer most of those types of questions.

SAT IN BETWEEN THEM? WHY?? HOW? Treat the SAT as an A/V audio source.

Provide "volume" for the TV?? What's that mean? No sound or no control of it?

Most TV's have multiple Video inputs. The SAT should go STRAIGHT to it. The digital audio, if available on a coaxial digital output, SHOULD be run to the HTS's coax digital input.

The TV speakers will never be under control of the HTS. TheTV volume would handle that end. What's the point? Are the TV speakers BETTER?
The HDMI cable CAN carry the audio to it. As the manual says,

"Make sure that the audio output setting is not turned off. See 'Setup Menu Options - { Audio Setup Page -
HDMI Audio }' for details."

Go to http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/h/ and drill down to the HTS3544/37 directory for the manual. The alpha directories are slow loading. Be patient.

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Need more info. Are you using the volume control on the unit as your main control or the volume on the TV? I have a setup in which my sound is routed through a 5.1 Teac amp. The sound level on the amp os set and not changed. The volume control on the TV dictates the amount of sound. If the amp volume is set too high, then this will be amplified even more through the TV's sound input (the red and wite RCA cables).

If this is the case, turn down one of the folumes (the one that remains unchanged) and see what happens.

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I just bought a Coby home theater system 5.1 surround sound dvd/cd/ player model#765. I've got it all hooked up but I have one problem, when I want to listen to my tv stations through the home theater...


Hi - Your Home Theater System and your TV should have separate volume controls. You should be able to control each individually. Start by checking the volume level on your TV with your HTS shut-off. Turn the volume on your TV all the way down to 0.

Next, turn your HTS on and check the volume level there. Is it still loud? If so, try turning the volume down on your HTS. That should do the trick. If its not loud then you know you can control the volume on either the HTS or the TV. If this answer does not help, then please write us back with a little more detail. Thanks.

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My subwoofer doesn't seem loud enough. I have it set to 80%. Is there other settings that might solve this problem?


Bas response is highly dependent on room boundaries, speaker placement and relative listening position.

Page 13
"Place the subwoofer at the corner of the

room. Otherwise, keep it at least one
meter away from the TV."

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Philips-HTS3555-Home-Theater-Systems-manual/id/2869dj188/t/2/

You might experiment with moving the sub around.

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I have the same problem with the same model, so obviously it's not a single-unit problem. My only solution, since taking it back isn't feasible at this point, is to have a DVD on play-pause so that it's not on standby. Waste of energy, so I don't do it all the time, only when I'm sitting in the room late at night making the high-pitched noise hard to ignore.

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if u are trying to connect the audio of ur tv as input to flow out from the home theater; this is a common thing; u need to replace the audio cable that connects the tv to 3565 with a good quality cable

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Unlock HTS 3555


Press "Door Open"
- after the door opens perform the following sequence with the remote control:

Press STOP-7-3-4-4-6-6

a Region settings page will be displayed showing the current region on the TV (usually the default is region 1), using the remote control select the region number by pressing the number on the remote (select region 0 for region free) and press OK.

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I would suggest that you smash
Philips HTS w/a hammer!
I had better sound from TV alone! Only 2 speakers put out sound from TV. Recordings from DVR can not be heard very well w/all volumes at max. System sucks! You get what you pay for! $2500 LCD TV sounds worse w/Philips HTS than my son's $300 TV! ALL cables hooked up as instucted!!!!

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