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OK, this is the same problem I had when I attempted to call for help at JBL and they hung up on me. I am NOT a computer/electronics person and I will give the best answer I can. You need to connect the digital optical cable OUT (on the TV) to the digital cable IN on the back of the speaker. The cable is supplied with t… see more OK, this is the same problem I had when I attempted to call for help at JBL and they hung up on me. I am NOT a computer/electronics person and I will give the best answer I can. You need to connect the digital optical cable OUT (on the TV) to the digital cable IN on the back of the speaker. The cable is supplied with the speaker. This worked for me, no thanks to JBL. see less
By Ray from PA on November 20, 2014
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Hi Kathleen,
I watch over the air HD all the time and my soundbar works fine. I can't think of anything that would make it not work. Possibly a setting on your TV?

By just me on April 26, 2014
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Hi. There is no base, unit sits on 4 little rings/legs maybe 0.24 inch tall.
By FLConsumer on January 21, 2015
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Depending on the setting, the sound is pretty loud. Our room is a small room, so it is relative. We are satisfied with the soundbar and its performance. Be advised, I could not get the optical sound line to work with our flat screen Samsung (about 1 year old) so I plug the sound bar into the headset port.
By Bruce A. Borden on March 31, 2014
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It can handle 2 . You must switch back and forth.
By Amazon Customer on October 17, 2013
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Thanks for your question. The internal audio amplifier in such a TV that runs the TV's built-in speakers is probably less than, or around, 1 watt. The actual specification is available in the TV's users manual.
By WORLD WIDE STEREO on December 24, 2013 SELLER
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There is only one cable from the bar to the TV and it is a basic cable, I am sorry I can't think of what it is called. The only thing that was difficult initially was that we had to adjust something on the TV menu to get the sound. We kept trying to do adjustments on the bar, but it was the TV instead. Otherwise, it ha… see more There is only one cable from the bar to the TV and it is a basic cable, I am sorry I can't think of what it is called. The only thing that was difficult initially was that we had to adjust something on the TV menu to get the sound. We kept trying to do adjustments on the bar, but it was the TV instead. Otherwise, it has been great! Hope this helps. see less
By Dog Lover Jan on June 19, 2015
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Yes, you can actually set up 2 devices on it. One through the 3.5mm audio headset and one opitical.
By Justin B. on November 29, 2013
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Yes, it has regular hook ups RCA kind or HDMI, no problem. You will like the sound. There is a button to switch sources and has a remote control to do that as well.
By FLConsumer on April 8, 2015