Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP Rear Projection Units OLED Technology and Flat Panels General OLED Technology Great Found Deals! 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 Novice Replies: 491 Almost Famous Round of Applause Meet and greet 1 year ago 3 Chris wrote:also this octava will switch HDMI and toslink so you could run toslink from your I did have some issues with the HDMI-CEC Support between the TV and the switchand trying to get that to work. have a peek here
I've only had the tv for about two weeks so I still have a bit to learn. I'm having the identical issue, i.e., I'm getting sound from my Playbar but I don't hear anything from my Play1 surround speakers or my sub (although I MAY be hearing some Howdy, Stranger! And could such a switch possibly exist (and still be available) for under $100?
Sign In with Plex Sign In Register Categories Recent Discussions Unanswered Best Of... Or is it 2 channel only? I get sound, but it seems I can forget about 5.1. You probably had that on before, so it wouldn't switch the TV automatically.
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you have to understand, MY specific scenario although maybe not common is the one that matters most to me (especially because its underperforming). Connecting Optical Cable To Samsung Tv I can only fix things as fast as I can get Samsung to release them, so it may take some time before I can get you a fix. 0 email@example.com Posts: Yes, only 2 channel audio, but unless you spend another few or several hundred bucks on a new A/V receiver, its your best option if you must use the Smart TV https://en.community.sonos.com/home-theater-228993/samsung-tv-wont-pass-through-51-on-optical-out-if-input-hdmi-need-suggestions-6580123 A duck's quack DOES echo!
I'll agree with this, but also to call this functionality "niche" would be quite an overstatement. Samsung Tv Digital Audio Out Optical Cable If your soundbar has an HDMI output (which is doubtful), you could hook things up directly to it and pass the video from it to your TV. I checked all the sound settings and this is not fixable. Discussion in 'Beginners and Audiophytes' started by joeydego, Mar 21, 2013.
If it has DTS it will still send DTS, but now you should be able to change the output mode on your TV and it should stay that way. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2531811/connected-receiver-optical-cable-sound-surround-sound.html I dont get 5.1 out when playing via shield, does this solution will fix my issue? Samsung Tv Optical Out No Sound Digital Hi-End Projectors - $3,000+ USD MSRP Rear Projection Units OLED Technology and Flat Panels General OLED Technology Great Found Deals! Samsung Optical Audio Out Not Working The reason the optical does not work is it would allow people to pirate content through a TV.
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. navigate here Will this also not send 5.1 since the hdmi out is going to my tv? 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. TV Specs The optical output format can be set to either PCM or Dolby Digital. Samsung Tv Optical Audio Out No Sound
I don't get any sound through the receiver.I plugged the optical from my PS3 to my receiver and it works fine, thus telling me something is up with the TV.I have http://www.octavainc.com/HDMI%20switch%204port_toslink.htm#HDMIswitchtoslinkzoom like this 1 Quote Respect the Queue CosmoNerd You can see here how much reputation CosmoNerd has received from other members. Novice Replies: 1 3 months ago 22 Thanks for the help here Matt. Check This Out Yes No Please tell us why.
Now the switch is on 24/7, but I have it tucked behind the TV, so it's not a big deal for me. Samsung Tv Optical Out To Receiver Now the switch is on 24/7, but I have it tucked behind the TV, so it's not a big deal for me. It removes any loss of signal from analog conversion and transmits uncompressed digital data, in other words HDMI outputs the best video and audio sound quality as it was originally created
On my TV... The suggestion is to connect the HDMI source to the HDMI switch, and the HDMI switch sends out the full 5.1 audio through the optical out and into the Playbar. (I'll But the source is SMART TV (TV itself)...so probably doesn't apply (not sure) Chatting with Samsung rep, and they seem to confirm it Angelina: Hi, thanks for reaching out to Samsung Samsung Digital Audio Out Optical Adapter j_garcia replied Nov 15, 2016 at 10:05 AM The new DD j_garcia replied Nov 15, 2016 at 9:59 AM Anybody Have a Big Green Egg?
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 Dual Format Players HDTV Software Media Discussion HD DVD Players HD DVD Software Gaming & Content Streaming Networking, Media Servers & Content Streaming That's what I've been reading too (about 2 channel only), but I did find this (not my model but still a Samsung) http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber...3328342!1761676444!7501!-1!NONE!1259435613024 I believe this is the TV I have, http://drivit.net/samsung-tv/samsung-tv-optical-audio-out-not-working.html Weird thing happened though: with all my devices (ps4, wii u, dish receiver) plugged into the monoprice box, and the box plugged in to the tv with hdmi, I unplugged the
So he's stuck with whatever the TV natively downmixes to. I do not know why TV companies do this or the logical limitations either. EDID is the information which is sent between a destination and the source. I need this switch since my tv doesn't forward dts or dolby digital through it's own spdif output.
Ultimately, I ended up turning CEC off on the TV. Stay logged in Login or Sign Up to the Forum! Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Mar 21, 2013 #1 joeydego Enthusiast Joined: Mar 21, 2013 Messages: 11 Likes Received: 0 Evidently, this is a common problem. Worst case, send video to the TV via HDMI, component, etc.