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hook your dvd player up to the tv via hdmi, then take the optical audio output from you tv to the soundbar. Make sure to enable to audio output jack in the tv setup menu as some manufacturers disable this jack by default.
it is most likely bc of a firmware update. i have heard of this problem while working at best buy. rarely do i see the bravia link actually fail. i would shut both off for a little while and connect them without the link then connect the link. kinda like a reboot of the whole system . hope this helps!
Most probably it is an optical block issue. You can contact sony customer service to setup the free service.. If you need the contact infomation, please let me know where you're. www.fixya.com/users/shajanrs
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.
after changing the lamp, I still had the same problem as you. I contacted sony and they offered me a brand new 40 inch bravia flat screen tv replacement...at no cost! If I chose a 46" or 55" there would be a charge between $325
It's not going to do whayt you want. On the premise that you can't run a dedicated receiver to a dedicated receiver. One processor is not going to override another. The soundbar is a "self contained" closed system. Much like Bose products. I understand what you are looking for, it just can't be done with this product. Options: replace the sony soundbar with a passive polk soundbar or similar and keep the AV receiver or: Return the AV receiver and use the nice, but limited sony amplified soundbar. Hope this helps