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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Gurus, I just bought Samsung Home Theater System which i connected to my Hitachi TV with HDMI cable. I have a Optical Cable going from HT to my TV Optical port. I have another connection from my cable
On the remote control for the Samsung Home Theater System look at the bottom left to a button that says "MODE", those moods change the sound each speaker gives off. if that doesn't work, you might need new wiring because there are other wires that are more durable than the ones that come with it, much better too.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
Check all of your connections, and make sure all cords are firmly connected.
Make sure if the subwoofer has a power switch, it is on, and if not, that it is likely to be faulty.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
The subwoofer deals with low frequencies, which are not very directional (ie, it's harder to tell where the sound is coming from). So where you put it isn't critical to the sound, provided that it's not behind curtains or something that will soak up sound. The bigger speaker you have in your subwoofer; the less important the position is.
Putting it in a corner is something you're going to have to try, but you may even end up with better bass if you do, as a corner can act as a soundbox and emphasise bassy sounds. Conversely, your subwoofer may not like being in a corner and interference effects from the sound reflections could degrade the sound. Like I say, try it and see what it sounds like. It depends upon your subwoofer, what else is in the corner, precise positioning, and how reflective to sound the corner is. If it sounds terrible, move it a few inches and try again.
You can put it in front of you next to the TV, no problem. The only downside it it's a big ugly box. My wife always makes me hide my subwoofers behind something.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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i know this is going to sound stupid but i couldn't get mine to work either after following every instruction to the T. I then rechecked my optical digital connections again and found that I neglected to remove one on the rubber protective endings. I took it off and plugged the end back into my TV and BINGO! THEATER SOUND from my tv!
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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