Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
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
Well before I can tell you if there is an adapter available, you need to tell me what kind sound outputs are available on your tv. Please provide this info so that I can tell you whether there is an adapter available.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
If no lights at all come on, then the sub is completely dead and probably needs to be replaced.
Posted on Apr 17, 2013
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