How do I reset my Samsung home theater?

How do I reset my Samsung home theater? 

Access the Home Theatre system menu and connect to a TV.
  1. 1 Press Menu.
  2. 2 Press Settings.
  3. 3 Enter.
  4. 4 Reset will appear and press enter.
  5. 5 Enter pin 0000 and press enter.
  6. 6 Select yes and press enter.

Why my home theater is not working? 

You may try to changing the TV channel or play back a movie on a DVD player. Try different cables to verify this is not a bad set of cables. Try setting the Audio/Video (A/V) receiver to a different Surround Sound mode. IMPORTANT: Verify that the source you are playing is encoded with Surround Sound audio.

Why does my Samsung surround sound keep turning off? 

Your home theater system has built in overheating protection. If it gets too hot, it will shut itself down to prevent itself from melting. If it is turning off without shutting itself down first, there could be an issue with the power supply from the wall outlet.

Why does my Samsung DVD player have no sound? 

Adjust the volume settings on your DVD player. Check the volume settings on your Sony, Samsung or other brand of DVD player and see if the mute mode is activated. If it is, change it to the normal mode and see if DVD player no sound problem is fixed or not.

How do I reset my Samsung home theater? – Related Questions

Why am I not getting any sound from my DVD player?

Ensure the television or stereo receiver is not set to a MUTE or SPEAKER OFF setting. Ensure that the volume on the television or receiver is set to an audible level. Attempt to play a different disc in the DVD player. Try playing a different audio source through the television or receiver.

Why does my Blu-Ray player have no sound?

Make sure the Audio device is set to the correct input. Try a different audio cable, your cable may have stopped working. Try to hook the Blu-ray Player directly to the TV, or try to hook the audio cable to a different sound device. Try to unplug the Blu-ray Player, then plug it back in.

How do you reset a Samsung Blu-Ray player?

Press and hold the Eject button on the device for at least 8 seconds. On the screen you will see a message that the device is being reset. The player will automatically power off and reset then it will show the initial setup screen.

How do I get the sound to play on my TV from my DVD player?

Connect your Blu-ray player to your TV using an HDMI cable. This will transmit both the video and the audio to your TV with one cable. Connect the AUDIO OUT ports on your DVD player to the AUDIO IN ports on your TV with standard audio cables (red and white jacks).

What is PCM audio?

Pulse-Code Modulation (PCM) and the Dolby Digital® technology refer to different types of digital audio recordings. PCM is the conventional method for converting analog audio into digital audio. The PCM audio recorded on DVD is a two-channel digital, stereo audio track.

Is Dolby Digital or PCM better?

If the only thing you have is the television speakers for your entertainment, the PCM setting is the best option because it lacks compression. You’ll hear muted tones and less audio clarity when using the Dolby Digital setting with your stock setup.

Should I use PCM or auto?

Registered. By setting HDMI audio output to AUTO, when playing a Standard DVD, the audio will be sent via Bitstream. If you watch an HD DVD, it will be sent via PCM. So AUTO is the best method for HDMI audio.

Is PCM 5.1 surround sound?

Yes, it is correct to say that PCM 5.1 is surround sound.


HDMI ARC is designed to reduce the number of cables between your TV and an external Home Theatre System or Soundbar. The audio signal is capable of traveling both ways to and from the speakers, which will improve the sound quality and latency of the signal.

Can I get 5.1 from HDMI?

Technically, TVs aren’t allowed to send 5.1 audio over HDMI. In other words, if you’re watching a movie on Blu-ray with 5.1 Dolby Digital or DTS and it’s connected directly to your TV (Setup 1, above) your receiver might only be able to get 2.0 audio.

Which is better PCM or raw?

Raw is for ‘bitstream’. It will pass DD, DTS or PCM stereo. PCM is for PCM stereo only. So it should be set to RAW.

Does Optical support PCM?

Optical audio connections support the following audio formats: Lossless 2.0 (stereo) PCM audio. Compressed Dolby Digital 2.0/5.1 and Dolby Digital EX.

What is the difference between Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby Digital?

Dolby Digital Plus™ (E-AC-3) provides up to twice the efficiency of Dolby Digital while adding new features like 7.1-ch audio, support for descriptive video services, and support for Dolby Atmos (but more on that later).

Is optical and Spdif the same?

They are both digital connections. Optical usually refers to the ADAT protocol over a fiber optic cable (TOSLINK), while SPDIF is usually transmitted over a coaxial “RCA” cable. “Usually”, optical can carry 8 channels at 44.1/48KHz (or 4 at 88.2/96KHz in certain situations) while SPDIF is stereo (two channels).

How do I connect SPDIF cable to home theater?

To connect the audio output through SPFID, please follow the instructions.
  1. Connect a SPDIF bracket cable (coaxial+optical mixed) into MB SPDIF OUT connector.
  2. Check the SPDIF Bracket optical LED must be light-up.
  3. Speaker connect to H/W Digital Decoder.
  4. Connect SPFID with coaxial cable.
  5. Connect SPDIF with Optical cable.

Can I plug an optical cable into a SPDIF port?

SPDIF can be used with optical cables and coaxial cables while the optical port can only be used with optical cables alone. If you have an optical cable on hand, you can either use the SPDIF or optical output. You can also use both.

What is SPDIF sound?

S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interface) is an audio transfer format interface. It transfers digital audio signals from one device to another without the need to first convert to an analog signal, which can degrade audio quality.