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Jul 09, Question Odd Problem with Bluetooth Sound Bar: Question Bluetooth audio connected but sound keeps cutting off. Solved!"AchiLo": Bluetooth speakers keep cutting out about every minute when I hear something that sounds like"AchiLo" Question Any recommendations for a good sound quality bluetooth speaker for outdoor party. Similar to the problem above where no sound is coming out at all, your sound bar might be receiving a full surround sound mix but may only support or This means you might be missing out on a huge amount of the sound that’s supposed to be in the movie you’re watching.

Mar 03, I've been having the constant cutting out as many other have, where the sub/system seems to cut out briefly every few minutes. Scoured the net for solutions, but found none. I did two things, and I believe one of them resolved the issue. Thing 1, updated my Samsung Smart TV to latest firmware which just came treedelimbing.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. I had the sound bar for 3 weeks before my cable was set up. Sound bar work flawlessly.

Got cable installed with Wi-Fi modem and then the sub would cut out every 45 secs or so over and over. Very frustrating. I moved the modem with little change. Then I moved the sub and I haven't had an issue since. The sound is great when everything is working. TOWN OF OAK BLUFFS, MA WAYFINDING MASTER PLAN REVISED DESIGN MARCH 27, prepared by: Chestnut Street, 2nd Floor Providence, RI T Before you can use your Sound bar in Bluetooth mode with your TV or other Bluetooth capable device, you need to ‘pair’ it.

1. When you first power on your Soundbar or when you change the mode to Bluetooth, the blue LED on the front of the product will flash quickly whilst your product searches for Bluetooth devices.

2. the Sound bar, follow the below steps. 1. Ensure the Sound bar is powered ON. If not press the STANDBY button on the Sound bar (3) or remote (10). 2. Press the SOURCE button (4, 12) to switch to AUX mode, if not already in that mode.

You will see ‘AUX’ appear on the display. 3. Adjust the output volume using the VOLUME +/-buttons (6 Unit or.