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04-17-2013 9:45 AM
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04-22-2013 7:06 AM
Thanks for the info
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Ironically, I bought both a Sony soundbar and a Samsung TV, this weekend!
04-23-2013 8:20 AM
For those curious,remote code 4029 under the "Aux" mode, worked for my Sony Soundbar. I gave up trying the auto find for the soundbar as it turned the TV off several times. That code was from the Home Theater in a Box category.
I now have three devices to power on / off, from my single press of the U-Verse remote, power switch. It will be a hard habit to break - putting the remote down too quickly as we used to have only two devices.
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Definite Kudos on the att/ok. This worked for my Motorola DVR to Sony STR-K700 surround sound. You would think ATT would put this in the manual.
12-03-2013 3:47 PM
If you got the Sony bar that has the HDMI through (newer generation of Sony HTCT260, and all HTCT660)
, and your TV supports CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) the set up can be hooked up the following way:
1. Cable Box to Sony Bar - HDMI
2. Sony bar to TV - HDMI
Make sure the TV is set to use CEC (check the manual, as only 1 or 2 TV HDMI inputs on your TV usually support CEC), and then your TV will automatically control your SONY bar volume. Either way, if HDMI is an option, go through the expense and hook that up, avoid analog connections.
06-24-2014 6:16 AM
I bought the Sony CT-660, but none of the U-verse remote codes seem to work. I tried both manual input and the automatic search. Do you know the code for the Sony Soundbar CT-660?