Question about Samsung HT-C6730W Theater System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NEED TO UPGRADE MY HT-BD2 SYSTEM
There are two ways to approach this. You can either download the update from Samsung's support page, burn it onto a CD, place the CD into your Blu-Ray player and let the update load...or you can connect your Blu-Ray player to the internet and let the player download and install the update automatically.
For the first approach, the upgrade file can be downloaded by clicking on the following link:
...and the instructions to installing the file on your system can be found here:
The second approach is detailed in the HT-BD2 User's Manual (pages 46-49). It requires you to first plug a network cable into the back of your Blu-Ray home theater unit, then connect the other end into a LAN connection on your wall (or into the back of your cable/DSL modem) Page 26 of the user's manual shows you how to make the connection.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Suggest you go back and check all connections with speakers that wires are connected with input properly I have given you web address for manual usually find wires are not bared back enough for connection test each one individually with a tester to make sure there are no broken wires.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Mine is 5. Press the TV button and let it go. When it quits glowing press the power button and hold it down. Then press a number (1-86) on the keypad while holding the power button down. If the TV turns off, you are done. Press the power button again and the tv should come on. If it does not work. Release the power button for a second and then repeat with a different number until the tv turns off.
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
Find the manuals and refer to them.
My personal spin on the instructions:
NO signal ever benefits from multiple connections or 'hops' and it gets expensive zig-zagging a signal all over the room. K-I-S-S is the word of the day. Run the BEST version of any signal directly from its source to the BEST electronics that will present it to you for consumption. The separation of audio and video inputs and outputs on a device is what allows and ENCOURAGES the direction of each signal to the BEST electronics that can process it. Example: your TV does not have the best speakers in the room so why send it any high-end audio?
Posted on Aug 21, 2011
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