Connect one end of the Optical Audio cable to the Optical Digital IN port on the back of the Sound bar. But it makes no sense I have to do that every single time since the latest update; samsung firmware change? 0 Orca Plex for Samsung Developer Posts: 6,640Members, Plex Pass, Plex Now, when I watch TV, I have 5.1 sound. Troubleshooting Guide Print Email Close Home > Connection & Setup > Connecting The Sound Bar To Your TV > Connecting Your Sound Bar To A TV Using An Optical Digital Cable http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-optical-audio-not-working.html
Hope this helps someone. -Matt I don't recall having to do anything on the TV side. Enjoy!Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Samsung Optical Output not working! What stinks is I have to unplug the optical cable and use an optical coming from my DVD player very tie I watch a DVD. Novice Replies: 2 1 year ago 10 Matt wrote:Hi everyone,An update -I got everything to work as I wanted. http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/iframe/pop_troubleshooting_fr.jsp?idx=580010&modelname=HW-J450
I recently ran into a setup where digital audio was not turned on with the device, and so there was no audio at all until I turned that audio on in More about : connected receiver optical cable sound surround sound getochkn a b x TV February 9, 2015 2:53:56 PM Is your TV set to output sound via the optical jack? Tell us what you think. Hi, new poster here,I seem to have the same problem connecting a Samsung PS50C7000 model T.V to an older Yamaha RX-V520 AV receiver.No sound comes out of the AV receiver.There is
playing back from AppleTV) or it defaults to PCM/Stereo in the TV optical out. Go into your device's settings and ensure that optical output is turned on and that it is set to use the best quality audio possible. HT: Panasonic tc-p50st60 plasma | AVR: Yamaha RX-V765 | L/R: Emp E55Ti | C: EMp E56Ci | Rears: Sony Junk | SW: Klipsch RW-10d miniDSP | Server: Acer Revo 4 TB Samsung Tv Optical Out To Receiver I got this switch from Monoprice -http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_id=101&cp_id=10110&cs_id=1011002&p_id=7974- and set it up like this:- HDMI from cable box into Monoprice switch- HDMI from TV into Monoprice switch (the ARC HDMI slot -
If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I'd love to hear them. Posted By Shrader Oct 31, 2012 Messages: 9, Views: 1353 Our Sponsors Recent Posts Last system I will ever need to own Irvrobinson replied Nov 15, 2016 at 10:17 AM Subwoofer Also note, Page 15 "Optical digital audio will be output in 2-ch stereo when it is from the external equipment connected to the TV using an HDMI cable. dig this So to prevent having to switch cables around the whole time, I bought an equivalent HDMI splitter with optical out hoping this would resolve my issue (its not exactly the same
I need this switch since my tv doesn't forward dts or dolby digital through it's own spdif output. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Passthrough Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Ultimately, I ended up turning CEC off on the TV. I've got an optical cable from the switch to my Sonos Playbar.
If it still changes, then I'm not sure where that is coming from. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! Connecting Optical Cable To Samsung Tv Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - I see the trend too. Samsung Optical Audio Out Not Working Not only does the Sonos scenario make sense to connect 5.1 optically, its the ONLY option they give you. (Im not saying optical was a good choice for them to implement,
I did have some issues with the HDMI-CEC Support between the TV and the switchand trying to get that to work. his comment is here The most common one that people think of is HDCP which is the content protection. It's out of warranty, but i'm assuming this has been a problem since I bought it, just never used optical before.Thanks,Shawn Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Same Now, when I watch TV, I have 5.1 sound. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out No Sound
Unfortunately will all have to play by the rules and that means HDMI and its wretched HDCP codes and EDID. Novice Replies: 8 1 year ago 4 Thanks. I will have no problems at all sleeping at night, I assure you. http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-optical-audio-out-not-working.html Seems that the option to select Dolby Digital was grayed out and only PCM was selectable (well, and a DTS Neo 2:5 which I didn't know what that is).
When returning to a TV series home, the theme plays again on both TV and external speakers. Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Cable I can verify in Sonos App it sees Dolby Digital 5.1 (Sonos, About Sonos System). I've tried that, when I plug it in to the receiver the receiver sees it and says it's PCM 48 hz, so I would assume it's fine.
If I select HDMI 1 on the splitter it works for the cable box(sky) as this is what it is connected to but when we switch the tv to Netflix how Novice Replies: 1 10 months ago 13 How things work when you are playing from TV (ota channels). Next we will connect the external device to your TV. Samsung Digital Audio Out Optical Adapter Angelina: Yes, you can get 5.1 channel surround sound using optical cable. #4 Vdubchaos, Sep 13, 2012 Last edited: Sep 13, 2012 DirkW Junior Member Joined: Dec 30, 2012 Messages:
How does the 5.1 sound now that you got it going? And could such a switch possibly exist (and still be available) for under $100? No need for a HDMI switcher. http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-digital-optical-audio-not-working.html And, when I watch Netflix through the Netflix app on the TV, I have 5.1 sound then as well.I did have some issues with the HDMI-CEC Support between the TV and
I'll try it, I'd like a nice receiver anyway but I'm not completely sold this will work. To connect your external device follow the steps below. Power off both the Sound bar, TV, and external devices before making any connections. joeydego, Mar 22, 2013 #4 Pyrrho Audioholic Ninja Joined: Aug 30, 2005 Messages: 3,699 Likes Received: 979 Because of HDMI "handshaking." Judging from the response by the Monoprice Tech Support person,
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. You'll never catch up with technology unless you have deep pockets and stay current with everything. After setting the TV as above, it was working for DD 5.1 but I could not get DTS transcode to work. Hope this helps someone. -Matt like this 0 Quote tobbe321 You can see here how much reputation tobbe321 has received from other members.
Thank you in advance. I quit using the Smart TV apps and use my Blu-Ray DVD player instead to stream the Netflix movies to get full 5.1 theater sound. Now, when I watch TV, I have 5.1 sound. You can use the digital audio (optical) cable connected from the TV to the receiver.
It will output at 2 channel PCM, thank you! I was hoping for a solution that wouldn't cost $249.