Question about Samsung Car Audio & Video
Trying to connect it to the Aux button but won't work.
Dish doesn't appear to have a code for Samsung receivers but try the Sharp codes listed. Here's a link
Same thing for the LG remote
I recommend connecting your sound bar to your dish receiver as well as to the television. Play around with optical and RCA to see which one you prefer the sound of. The television isn't always the best center channel so you might find that you like this set up better with the dish receiver connected directly to the sound bar. Then you can shut of the television speakers. Some people turn the television speakers back on and leave the sound bar off for early morning breakfast news viewing. Not being sure which dish receiver you're using you might have to indicate to it how you wish to output your audio, or all outputs might be outputting at the same time all of the time.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
no, this is common with remotes, if they program for another unit key features may be missing. Look to see if remote has a search mode that allows you to try each and every code it has one at a time.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
press cable and record buttons at the same time and wait for all the lights to flash in sequence then let go. this will reset remote to factory defaults. then reprogram remote with codes for each device.here is a site for codes. http://www.universalremote.com/resources/pdfs/UR5U-8780L_UR5U-8790L.pdf
Posted on Apr 14, 2013
TV Codes: try 333
or 116, 143, 258, 363
STEP 1 Turn on the TV.
STEP 2 Press the [TV] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for three seconds. The TV Device LED will turn on indicating that the remote is in the programming mode. The LED will remain on for 30 seconds and the next step must be entered while the LED is on.
STEP 3 Point the remote control toward the TV and enter the three-digit code number assigned to your brand device (codes can be found in the code tables in the user guide or online). If there are more than one three-digit number listed for your brand, try one code number at a time until your TV turns off.
Note: When the TV turns off you can verify that you have selected the correct code by pressing the [POWER] button. The TV should turn back on. Then try all of the functions on the remote control (i.e. volume, mute, etc.) to ensure you have the correct code. If any of the functions do not operate as they should, repeat the instructions from STEP 3 above using the next three digit code number from the brand list.
STEP 4 Store the three-digit code by pressing the [TV] button once again. The TV Device LED will blink twice to confirm that the TV code has been stored.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Analog signal components such as a VCR.
Connect AUX IN 2 (Audio) on the back of the product to the Audio Out of the external Analog component.
Be sure to match the colors of the connecting jacks.
Press the FUNCTION button to select AUX 2 input.
The mode switches as follows :
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