Question about Samsung Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless you are having res. issues you can use component / optical / coaxial cables to connect all your devices to your denon and from your denon to your tv using component cables also
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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
SOURCE: sound has static using optical
Optical digital cables are more finicky than coaxial ones. The seating has to be precise and there can be no small radius bends or kinks in them. Evaluate the routing.
I'd use coaxial if I had the choice.
Two major benefits:
1) cheap standard RCA cable that you can run pretty much as far as you want in the home environment;
2) they can multiply your available coaxial digital jacks because they can be 'shared' between two digital sources or end-units by employing an RCA splitter cable.
You just have to remember to turn OFF the device you're not using at any particular moment so you don't have a 3-way digital conversation garbling things up.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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
I think that you might have to buy an HDMI cable. You can go to monoprice.com to get some very cheap HDMI's.
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
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