Sending a DD 5.1 signal to TV but the Playbar would still only see a stereo signal. Now, when I watch TV, I have 5.1 sound. I have played around with the HDMI CEC settings on the tv (turned it on and off) and still it will not work. Any help would be great! Source
rojo replied Nov 15, 2016 at 9:03 AM I voted this morning KEW replied Nov 15, 2016 at 8:19 AM The new DD ParadigmDawg replied Nov 15, 2016 at 7:55 AM However, to do this, I would have to get an HDMI switch with optical out, then connect that optical output into the optical out switch, then to the Playbar. I bought a phillips sound bar http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Philips---Soundbar-System-with-Passive-Subwoofer/5938026.p...&skuId=5938026 which has an rca red and white input, but it did not work...no sound I tried a set of Dell computer speakers powered, to the poster said he got this for the same reason as you as he had the ARC from his TV back to this box to output to his soundbar. http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/iframe/pop_troubleshooting_fr.jsp?idx=580010&modelname=HW-J450
The picture is fine though. That's what I said, it's a bug. I looked into HDMI switches and ARC (using ARC to send the Netflix audio back to the HDMI switch, then out to the optical out), but this doesn't seem like it's Hope this helps someone. -Matt I don't recall having to do anything on the TV side.
When I switch to watching an app I pick one and get sound, but if I switch to another app or back to TV the sound is off. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Digital Sound Output Not Working by hulse2k / September 22, 2010 5:16 AM PDT In reply to: Here Here Also having the same Kind of stupid as you can't use the headphones or analog out. Samsung Digital Audio Out Optical Adapter Just use utility "Custom Resolution Utility" (search the web and download, it's easy to find) and create your own EDID according to your needs (create Custom extension block - add Audio
TVs are getting more and more poorly implemented features while neglecting things that could actually be useful, it's really sad. Samsung Tv Optical Out No Sound Seems to me as a regular consumer it would be better to label the red and white on the back of the TV Input In instead of Input Out...but doesn't much Please take a few moments to read through our Community Guidelines (also conveniently linked in the header at the top of each page). http://forums.audioholics.com/forums/threads/please-help-with-samsung-55-led-optical-audio-out-problem.84846/ Did you have to switch your TV settings around to output DD 5.1?
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Thanks for your help m 0 l Can't find your answer ? http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/iframe/pop_troubleshooting_fr.jsp?modelname=LN46C750R2F&idx=167861& The jumpers are on the back (there are three switches). Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out Not Working Im on the fence if I should bring this all back. Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Cable You will need one Digital optical cable with the protective cover removed to connect your TV to the Sound bar.
I want to be able to connect external speakers but so far am unable to do so, even after phoning Samsung and spending an exasperating 30 minutes on the phone with http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-audio-out-not-working.html Please give us your feedback @SamsungSupport Samsung Support Samsung Support USA SamsungService Best picks Reviews News Tutorials Forum MORE All articles How to Gift Ideas Downloads I did have some issues with the HDMI-CEC Support between the TV and the switchand trying to get that to work. BMXTRIX, Mar 22, 2013 #6 joeydego Enthusiast Joined: Mar 21, 2013 Messages: 11 Likes Received: 0 I was told today by both Roku and Sonos tech support if I get a Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out No Sound
I have to go back and manually select Dolby Digital again in the TV for subsequently DD 5.1 videos afterwards (eg. AV Integrated - Theater, whole house audio, and technology consultation during the build and installation process in the Washington DC, Northern VA, and MD area. joeydego, Mar 21, 2013 #2 Pyrrho Audioholic Ninja Joined: Aug 30, 2005 Messages: 3,699 Likes Received: 979 Many TVs will not pass DD 5.1 or any other multichannel audio out of http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-digital-audio-not-working.html All Rights Reserved.
Quote 31st Mar 201315:01 #4 erocs View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Mar 2013 Location : Pharr USA Thanks very much Richard_G and also redwudz, Connecting Optical Cable To Samsung Tv What is this "sonos suggestion" you mentioned? Now, I am basing this on that one reply by Monoprice Tech Support; I have no direct experience with that device at all.
However, to do this, I would have to get an HDMI switch with optical out, then connect that optical output into the optical out switch, then to the Playbar. Once I did this, the TV seems to remember the setting and will flip between PCM and Dolby Digital depending on the source. The guys at Best Buy weren't sure if this would work since the TV is hooked up via digital HDMI from the cable box, so I went with the optical cable Samsung Sound Bar Optical Cable I get sound, but it seems I can forget about 5.1.
the problem with the Sonos Playbar is its only input is 1 optical input. Setup: TV UE46F8000, with 1.012 Plex. Quote 31st Mar 201313:02 #3 redwudz View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Mod Neophyte Super Moderator Join Date : Sep 2002 Location : USA From the specifications of your http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-digital-optical-audio-not-working.html My biggest problem occurs when the air conditioning kicks in our mobile home, and I miss dialog.
I want to be able to connect external speakers but so far am unable to do so, even after phoning Samsung and spending an exasperating 30 minutes on the phone with I've looked through the questions and answers posted here and elsewhere, and it seems like some people have used an HDMI switch from Monoprice with an optical out to get around I will have no problems at all sleeping at night, I assure you. That often cuts audio to the rear-panel connections as well as to the internal speakers. · actions · 2014-Feb-2 2:58 pm · PostalFirst pull up, then pull down.Premium Memberjoin:2000-08-30Simi Valley, CA
Get the answer Best solution americanaudiophile October 16, 2015 9:44:36 AM It may be that your TV won't convert digital audio (via HDMI) to analog audio. I'm not getting 5.1 sound, or ANY sound when the source is 5.1 from the optical out into my Sonos soundbar (I have a full 5.1 sonos setup). I read the manual that came with the switch, and changed the jumper setting to pull/push 5.1 no matter what (Mode 2), and that solved the issue. Looking at the link you provided it actually carries four channels by means of phase shifting.
If the set top box has analog out then connect it directly to the stereo. I turn on the TV and receiver, set the receiver to TV/SAT, but the TV sound does not come out the stereo speakers.In the TV settings I can set the sound has received from other members.