Ultimately, I ended up turning CEC off on the TV. Im assuming theirs a firmware upgrade, does anyone know of this? Novice Replies: 1 1 month ago 24 Hi, yes, the problem is that many devices use EDID info coming from your TV to decide what audio data to feed to the 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 http://tekconceptllc.com/samsung-tv/samsung-lcd-optical-out-not-working.php
Thanks Al like this 0 Quote gaurav_2 You can see here how much reputation gaurav_2 has received from other members. The only problem with bypassing the TV is the picture processing delay (~1s) which means that I would have to somehow buffer the sound for to get it to sync properly. by Monoprice Administrator Hello Carlito, You may need a dedicated receiver if your TV does not support 5.1 as this will always work with the lowest common denominator so if you Dual Format Players HDTV Software Media Discussion HD DVD Players HD DVD Software Gaming & Content Streaming Networking, Media Servers & Content Streaming
Novice Replies: 8 1 year ago 5 Hi everyone, An update -I got everything to work as I wanted. When you were "playing back a video", precisely how were you doing that and which TV input were you using? That destination could be a switch, a audio de-embedder, a receiver, or a TV.
Pyrrho, Mar 21, 2013 #3 joeydego Enthusiast Joined: Mar 21, 2013 Messages: 11 Likes Received: 0 Maybe I'm confused. Although as stated here, I'm not sure this solution will stop the audio from being dumbed down, being the tv is still in the hdmi chain further down. After thousands on gear and looking to spend another grand, I STILL cant get the content I'm PAYING for.Click to expand... Samsung Tv Optical Audio Passthrough Now you want everything that goes into the TV to come out of the optical audio and into the Bose system?
And could such a switch possibly exist (and still be available) for under $100? Samsung Optical Audio Out Not Working Well with HDMI connected, the Xbox One and Apple TVworks with 5.1. In order to (1) get 5.1 audio from my HDMI-connected DVR to my PLAYBAR, and (2) retain the 5.1 audio that my direct Toslink connection (TV out to Soundbar) is already If you do decide to go with a receiver, I recommend Yamaha, as they tend to be reliable.
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. Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Cable That seems like a lot of work/money/effort. yes,you are right,how do i go about making that work??? Power off both the Sound bar, TV, and external devices before making any connections.
I can verify in Sonos App it sees Dolby Digital 5.1 (Sonos, About Sonos System). 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. Samsung Tv Optical Out No Sound Unfortunately this will not work as the optical output on your TV will only output from the internal tuner. Connecting Optical Cable To Samsung Tv 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.
Tell us what you think. navigate here Dual Format Players HDTV Software Media Discussion HD DVD Players HD DVD Software Gaming & Content Streaming Networking, Media Servers & Content Streaming I bought the Monoprice Switch and I'm having a tough time getting it setup. Yeah I completely understand your frustration, and the TV should really be able to do this. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out No Sound
Visitor: In this link http://www.samsung.com/us/support/SupportOwnersFAQPopup.do?faq_id=FAQ00000636&fm_seq=804 Visitor: I found that if the source is DVD thru HDMI then Optical will not pass 5.1 only 2 channel Visitor: but my source is SMART I've got an optical cable from the switch to my Sonos Playbar. This sweepstakes ends on November 17, 2016. Check This Out 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 -
I REALLY want this to work. Samsung Tv Optical Out To Receiver TV Specs The optical output format can be set to either PCM or Dolby Digital. Similar Threads - sound Optical Samsung Forum Date LED TV no optical out - how to get sound?
The Sound bar will turn off automatically if there is no key input entered for 8 hours whent the cable is connected. My signal path would be HDMI CAbles from Roku and cable into the device, optical out to my soundbar (sonos soundbar MUST use optical) and HDMI out to the TV. I followed these instructions I found online to set MrMC sound settings: Set "number of channels" to 2.0. "Output configuration" to optimised. "Enable Passthrough" on "AC3 capable receiver" on " - Samsung Digital Audio Out Optical Adapter Is it fixed in version 1.013?
AV Integrated - Theater, whole house audio, and technology consultation during the build and installation process in the Washington DC, Northern VA, and MD area. 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: Last edited: Mar 22, 2013 __________________ A fool and his money are soon parted. __________________ Too many people seem to spend too much time reading between the lines for what is http://tekconceptllc.com/samsung-tv/samsung-optical-out-not-working.php Stay logged in Sign up now!
by R. This you will run from HDMI of the Samsung into this box then the optical into the Bose, and then the HDMI into TV. 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 Sendt fra min ASUS Transformer Pad TF700T med Tapatalk 0 Sign In or Register to comment.
Because the setting is saved properly, but anything I play its switching to something else than PCM.