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Best answer: The amp supplied to the subwoofer is for the subwoofer. Your "passive" speakers are not powered, and expected to be connected to your home receiver system, or stereo amp to supply the power needed. The subwoofer either filters out, or is not supplied with, anything in the mid or high frequencies - just... show more

It should come standard.

My philips HTL 5140 soundbar's subwoofer cannot wake up on its own.Main unit works fine.Every time i have to press the start button on the back of sub,not only that also need to reset the unit until it is paired.any answers will be greatly appreciated.thanks in advance


Best answer: Look at the Tech Specs for the audio of tv, then match up to the sound bar. TV: Audio Return Channel (ARC) Yes (HDMI 2) So make sure sound bar supports ARC to get the best bang for the buck. ETC for other features.

I have a newer LG smart tv in my bedroom and the speakers suck. I am wanting to add a soundbar I also have Cox Cable and want to be able to operate the soundbar volume with the Cox remote. Can someone tell me if there is a decent soundbar that will let me use the Cox remote. I tried a Jensen soundbar, but it... show more

Best answer: It's likely that you could, but why would you want to connect such cheap junk to a fine TV ? What you should get to connect to a high end 4K TV is a 4K capable BluRay player, and get a proper home theater audio receiver with a set of proper home audio speakers. Connecting a DVD player to a 4K TV is like... show more

I have a logitech 2.1 computer soeajer system connected to my tv. When I watch streaming movies online, every once in a while I get 10 minutes of distorted echoey sound. Then it just goes away and is fine. Why is this?





I have an old Av receiver that supports 5.1 Dolby digital and dts through its DVD player it sounds amazing but I’m having a hard time inputting surround from my tv, I have the standard rca red white cable hooked but it’s not working well, can rca even carry surround or am I doing something wrong,


Hi, I have an old home theatre (Samsung HTC 420, with 2 passive front speakers, 144W and 3 Ohm, and one SubWoofer with 134W and 3 Ohm). The amp of the home theatre is gone and I want to recycle the speakers and potentially also the sub as audio system of my current PC workstation. I then searched for a mini-amp... show more





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