Hey guys , I just wanted to post something I found out that greatly improved my listening experience . A lot of owners complain about the hissing satellite rear speakers , I had this problems since day one . It frustrated me so bad that I just wanted to sell the soundbar , but I thought let ' s give this issue one more try . After a couple little adjustments the hissing almost dropped completely . What I did is the following : I used EMI RFI Noise Suppressor Clips on the satellite speakers and sub woofer power cords , this helps big time ! The next thing I changed was the direction of the satellites , don ' t aim them right at you , but slight in front of you , you still have good surround sound but the leftover higher pitch hissing is barley hearable this way . Don ' t use a power strip to connect your satellites , if you have no other option make sure not to connect any other hardware to that power strip . Also don ' t use a power strip to power your soundbar itself . Last but not the least change your Wi-Fi channels , on 2 , 4ghz choose to channel 11 , and on you 5 , 0ghz to channel 36 . This tells me that the wireless speakers design is flawed when used in the real world , when used in a " sound lab " you won ' t have any hissing because there is no interference , the satellites are just to sensitive to all sorts of interference. Just give it a try, maybe it will help you too! I tested the sound with the 2014 Dolby Atmos demo disc and some Dolby Atmos movies .
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I've been following the forum for some time now, I've got the same problems many other owners have. Disconnecting speakers, need for resetting soundbar not getting an image and or sound. Nevertheless I do think it's a great soundbar, it shines when playing ATMOS, (truehd). But why o why is it missing one of the most used codecs, DTS-HDMA (dts:x). To be honest, I bought mine used for €750,- 6 months ago, I would've never paid €1500,- for this soundbar. Samsung needs to step up and support more codecs, especially one of the most used like DTS-HDMA (dts:x). Decent hardware sh*tty software IMHO.
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