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  • I Hear Audio, But I Don?t Hear Voices

    If you hea audio through your home theater, but you don't hear any voices or dialog, the center speaker is the cause of your issue. In surround sound, the center speaker is responsible for almost all of the dialog and voices. If the speaker is not connected securely, you will lose your dialog. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Certain Speakers Are Not Working

    Note: If all rear speakers are not working, click here. If your home theater system reads Rear Check, click here. Otherwise continue with this trouble shooting guide. There are several reasons for a speaker or certain speakers on your home theater system to not produce audio: The speaker [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Unit Reads Rear Check

    If the home theater system display reads rear check, it indicates the rear speakers are not making a connection with the home theater. If the rear speakers are connected by speaker cables, try the following: Make sure the speaker cables are secure on both ends. Verify the speaker cables are [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Home Theater System Is Shutting Down.

    If your Home Theater System shuts down on its own or if it displays 'Protection' on its front display and then shuts down, your Home Theater System is overheating. It is shutting down to prevent any damage. The Home Theater System can overheat and shut down if it is near other electronic [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Sound From The Rear Speakers

    The following variables can prevent your Samsung home theater system from outputting audio through the rear speakers: The media you are playing or watching (CD, DVD, TV broadcast, etc.) Your audio connections Your speaker set up Each is discussed below. The Media Many media are recorded [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Audio From Any Speakers

    In most cases, audio fails to work on home theaters for one of the following reasons: The home theater is on the wrong function or aux mode. The speaker cables are not connected correctly. The amplifier in the home theater is defective. To troubleshoot and correct your audio problem, read [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Connections And Setup

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  • Video & Playback

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  • Physical Damage

    Physical damage, including water damage, cracks, screen damage, and other damage not caused by normal use is not covered by your warranty. If your Home Theater System has physical damage, we will be happy to repair or fix it, but the repair will be handled as an out of warranty repair and you [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • HDMI Video Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using an HDMI connection, you only need an HDMI cable. Important: The HDMI output supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 480p on all discs as long as the player and the disc support those resolutions. To connect your home theater to your TV using an HDMI [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Composite Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using a Composite connection, you need a Composite video cable. A Composite video cable is included with your home theater. Important: Composite video only supports 480i standard definition video. For higher resolutions, you must use a Component, DVI, or [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Component Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using a Component video connection, you need a Component video cable. A Component video cable has three RCA jacks on each end. Important: In compliance with the 'Analog Sunset' clause in specification of the AACS, any device (AV receiver, HTS, Blu-ray, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • HDMI to DVI Connection Method

    To connect your home theater to your TV using an HDMI to DVI connection, you need an HDMI to DVI Cable Important: The HDMI to DVI output supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, and 480p resolutions on all discs as long as the TV, home theater, and the disc support those resolutions. To connect your home [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Setting Up The SWA-4100

    If you are trying to set up your speakers wirelessly and can not, you may have the SWA-4100 wireless module set up incorrectly. To set up the wireless module correctly, follow the steps bellow: Connect the front left, front right, center, and subwoofer speakers to the back of your home [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Remote Control Is Not Working

    If your remote control has stopped controlling your home theater, but the home theater still operates when you press the buttons on its front panel, follow these steps: Remove the batteries from the remote control. With the batteries out of the remote control, press and hold the [POWER] [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • What Is Causing The Problem, The Remote Or The Sensor?

    To determine whether the remote or the sensor is causing your issue, you need a digital camera or a cell phone with a camera. You may also need a second person to assist you. To troubleshoot the remote and the sensor with a digital camera or a with cell phone with a camera, follow these steps: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Setting Up And Using The ASC (Automatic Sound Calibration)

    Setting Up ASC To set up ASC with your Samsung home theater, follow these steps: Turn on your home theater and TV, and then set the source on the TV so the home theater displays on the TV screen. Connect the ASC microphone to the ASC port on the front of your home theater. This port is [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Setting Up An MP3 Player With USB, Like The Samsung Pebble

    Note: You can not connect your MP3 player to a Samsung home theater if the MP3 player is an MTP device. To determine if your MP3 player is an MTP device, check the owner's manual or contact the manufacturer of the player. To connect an MP3 player to your Samsung home theater using the USB [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Setting Up The SWA-4000

    If you are trying to set up your speakers wirelessly and can not, you may have the SWA-4000 wireless module set up incorrectly. To set up the wireless module correctly, follow the steps bellow: Connect the front left, front right, center, and subwoofer speakers to the back of your home [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Speaker Placement For A 5.1 Channel System

    For proper speaker placement, follow these steps: Place the home theater in a secure stand or cabinet shelf. Define the listening position. The listening position is the place in the room where you will be sitting while using your surround sound system and TV. The listening position should [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Determining Which Is Defective, The Speaker Or Home Theater

    To determine whether the speaker or home theater is defective, you need a speaker that is working correctly and producing audio. Disconnect the speaker cable from the back of the speaker that is working (not the home theater), and then connect the speaker you want to test to that speaker's [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Determine If The Speaker Cable Is Defective

    To determine whether the speaker cable is defective, attach a different speaker cable to the speaker not producing audio. Take the speaker cable from another speaker you know is working correctly and use it to connect the speaker that is having audio issues. For example, if your front right [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Check If The Speaker Cable Is Connected Incorrectly

    To verify your speaker cable is connected correctly, verify the type of connection you have, and then reconnect the cables. There are three types of connections on Samsung Home Theaters: Binding posts Spring clips Samsung proprietary connections. A description and image of each [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Connect Your Speakers

    The following procedures explain how to connect your speakers to your Samsung home theater safely and correctly. Important: Make sure your home theater system is off and unplugged before you connect your speakers. Connecting Speaker Wires to Your Speakers Each Samsung speaker has two color [Troubleshooting Guide]

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