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Thanks for your question. It is compatible with a Samnung TV. It's a wonderful sounding unit.
Nov 29, 2013 by World Wide Stereo
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This sound works great with my 60 inch. My tile floor rumbles. Also I'm hard of hearing and having this sound bar makes words and sound clearer for me.
Jan 22, 2014 by roberta ciocan
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I believe there would be no advantage to hooking up your sound bar to the TV if your TV does not have and ARC HDMI. Here's what HDguru says about ARC HDMI: "Audio Return Channel is a feature built into the latest versions of HDMI (1.4, and presumably future versions). In its most basic description, ARC sends audio from the TV back down the HDMI cable to something like a soundbar, home theater in a box, and even a few A/V receivers. Previously, this two-way data transfer only carried handshake info, to tell the source things like "yep, I'm a TV" and "nope, I'm not stealing your content," or CEC control data. CEC, or Consumer Electronics Control, let you control multiple devices with one remote... in theory and as long as they were connected with HDMI and had the CEC feature. This never worked in reality as well as it did on paper, with cross-brand compatibility being hit or miss. ARC uses aspects of CEC, letting you adjust the volume on a soundbar, for example, with the TV remote. In most ARC products, the soundbar and TV essentially act as one device, with just a single button push to power them both on (no programming required). The basic ARC functionality, sending audio out of the TV, varies in potential and implementation. On one level, it can send audio from internal TV sources (like the HDTV tuner, or built-in web streaming apps). On another level, it can send out the audio from other HDMI sources (presumably to a soundbar). In this instance, your TV becomes the central hub, with all sources plugged into it. This would be the natural way most people, at least those without receivers or HDMI-switching soundbars, would have their systems set up anyway. Adding a soundbar would require no further setup than one new HDMI cable. The TV switches all the sources, and the audio for each one (BD player, cable box, etc), would get sent to a soundbar or HTIB."
Nov 27, 2013 by James R. Hauenstein
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I was really impressed by the improvement in dialogue clarity with this thing, even with regular tv shows. It has a nice 'night' mode specifically meant for hearing clear dialogue while keeping harsh sound effects muffled. Like how you'd want to enjoy a movie without waking up the kids.
Dec 16, 2013 by nathanb131
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Connect the DVR's HDMI Out to the sound bar's HDMI In, and connect the sound bar's HDMI Out to the TV's HDMI In -- fully utilized.
Dec 7, 2013 by Alice Liddell
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I found out there's a menu on the sound bar with the remote to program the feed between the sound bar and the television, like if you use the fiber optic cord or hdmi cord, hope that helps.
Dec 12, 2014 by grandslam!
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My earlier response is not exactly correct. The size is standard but the HDMI cable needs to be high speed. The manual states, "--- 1080p, deep colors or 3D images may not display properly with a standard cable". Sorry!
Dec 22, 2013 by denandbert
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The bar is 37.5" long and 3" wide. The subwoofer is 10.5" x 10.5" and 15" tall
Jan 5, 2014 by David S. Stromberg
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I don t know if its down firing but you can definitely hear the bass very good no matter what position you re in.
Dec 24, 2013 by Cray541
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I don't have an ipod so I can't test it, but since it is a Bluetooth connection it should play any music you ipod plays. The sound bar is only broadcasting the signal from the ipod not processing any of the content.
Jan 7, 2014 by Dieter Kelly
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