I have played around with the HDMI CEC settings on the tv (turned it on and off) and still it will not work. After setting the TV as above, it was working for DD 5.1 but I could not get DTS transcode to work. Audio out is optical from TV to 2.1 sound system. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. http://taskflowapp.com/samsung-tv/samsung-optical-output-not-working.html
Now the switch is on 24/7, but I have it tucked behind the TV, so it's not a big deal for me. Though, our TVs are different, so YMMV. So from the Roku streamer, directly in is not possible. Novice Replies: 2 1 month ago 25 Yes, I agree that in case of WIndows source your solution is fine. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/samsung-optical-output-not-working-379694/
Obviously, you don't want to be running directly to the TV with your sources on the audio side, so leave HDMI audio out of this equation altogether. We tried 3 separate receivers today with optical outs, and it seems nothing will pass an HDMI source to optical in 5.1. Ultimately, I ended up turning CEC off on the TV.
My System: http://mdcarter.smugmug.com/gallery/2424008_RKGvb#127077317_Pufg7 TLS Guy, Mar 23, 2013 #19 Lordhumungus Audioholic Joined: Dec 6, 2010 Messages: 183 Likes Received: 58 I think something like an HDFury might work for you. 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). Try plugging the red/white audio output from the TV into the Bose. Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Note that with either approach, there is no physical connection from the TV to the Playbar.
I cant go HDMI or any other way it, it has to be optical. Samsung Tv Optical Out No Sound Also no volume from my TV when I use Internet TV Netflix. Now in your first post you mentioned you have a dvd player,a wii system and a receiver. https://en.community.sonos.com/home-theater-228993/samsung-tv-wont-pass-through-51-on-optical-out-if-input-hdmi-need-suggestions-6580123 You can see here how much reputation Al M.
I only get the lousy stereo sound. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Passthrough Do you want to replace the Samsung with the Bose? Woodhead writes... That has nothing to do with the audio that is inside the movie.
I am dissatisfied with the performance or quality of my product I am dissatisfied because my product requires service I followed the directions provided, but my problem was not resolved The I'm not sure what would explain the Optical cable not working, and maybe it might be covered under warranty. Connecting Optical Cable To Samsung Tv The reason the optical does not work is it would allow people to pirate content through a TV. Samsung Optical Audio Out Not Working 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.
I get sound, but it seems I can forget about 5.1. his comment is here When I turned off the TV, the CEC commands wouldturn off the switch fine, but it wouldn't turn the switch back on when the TV was turned on. Again, thanks for the update! Obviously, you don't want to be running directly to the TV with your sources on the audio side, so leave HDMI audio out of this equation altogether. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out No Sound
Novice Replies: 2 8 months ago 15 I have my cable connected to the PLAYBAR which is fine. you have to understand, MY specific scenario although maybe not common is the one that matters most to me (especially because its underperforming). Last edited by a moderator: Oct 19, 2014 __________________ A fool and his money are soon parted. __________________ Too many people seem to spend too much time reading between the lines this contact form Novice Replies: 2 1 year ago 10 Matt wrote:Hi everyone,An update -I got everything to work as I wanted.
Do you have the SUB? Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Cable by meharledge / January 23, 2010 5:32 AM PST In reply to: Samsung Optical Output not working! Our Motorola cable box is connected to our TV using HDMI, and I want to get the 5.1 when I watch TV.
like this 0 Quote Faisel You can see here how much reputation Faisel has received from other members. Novice Replies: 8 1 year ago 5 Hi everyone, An update -I got everything to work as I wanted. Hope this helps someone. -Matt like this 0 Quote Toomeyf You can see here how much reputation Toomeyf has received from other members. Samsung Tv Optical Out To Receiver Any ideas?
Optical Multichannel out from HDMI would be an illegal operation, and you won't find a receiver with this feature. Hope this helps someone. -Matt Even slightly older Samsung TVs will do 5.1 out. by shawnf222 / January 22, 2010 3:00 PM PST Hi there, I have my Samsung LN-T3253H hooked up as follows:HDMI from HDPVR to TV, Optical Cable from Audio out to theater navigate here For TVs to work best with Sonos, the most important thing is for them to have an optical output, and to be able to pass Dolby Digital audio from both HDMI
Any help is appreciated. 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 Disable TV Speakers. If you intend to use the PLAYBAR with surround speakers in a 5.0 or 5.1 setup, you will need to make sure your TV can output a Dolby Digital 5.1 signal.
Yes No Please tell us why. Some all in one dvd/amplifiers don't accept digital inputs. You all have PS3's to hook up :P I just want TV! I suggest you contact Monoprice directly with your question, and refer to that answer on their web site, to make sure that the person responding to you has thought of that,
Category:Consumer Electronics Share this conversation Expert: tichy replied6 years ago. In order to get Dolby 5.1 from my cable box (or sky box), I have to connect the optical cable from cable box direct to the playbar. Then you would plug the Wii directly into the Bose with the Red/White, the new DVD player into the Optical splitter, the Cable Box into the splitter, then out from the My question is, which switch number (1-4) do we have to have the HDMI splitter on to know it is to output the sound from the tv to the playbar?
Yeah I completely understand your frustration, and the TV should really be able to do this. Discussion in 'Beginners and Audiophytes' started by joeydego, Mar 21, 2013.