I have a HP 500 GB Personal Media Drive that I am trying to connect to my Samsung HT-X50 home theater system via USB. When I connect the drive, the home theater display says "reading," and does not change. I have used a small flash drive and a USB card reader with the home theater system before with no problems.
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Look into the TV's audio controls. If it was my setup, I'd NOT send audio through the TV to the hifi, nor video through the hifi to the TV. Additional hops and interconnects cause problems even though they're theoretically transparent.
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.
With the home theater system off, press the 0-1-3-5 buttons in that order on the home theater's remote control.
Power on the home theater system.
With the wireless module on, press the [ID SET] button on the back of the wireless module for five seconds.
If your home theater continues to display rear check after you have tried the steps above, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864). Have your model number and serial number on hand to set up service.
I had this same problem and checked all of my cables and wires. Come to find out one of the wires that connected to the central audio speaker (the one that the audio track comes from) was unplugged. I plugged it in and that fixed it! My audio track is back! So make sure that all of the speaker cables are properly connected! That might be the source of your troubles!