AVS Forum articles Contests. Can I run a receiver with soundbar connected to tv? This is a real n00b question.
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As the title says I need help with making a sound bar work with our receiver.
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The original product links are no longer valid whereas those products are not available any more. I have added some hyperlinks to the best soundbars available this year to help people see what is available now. Whole bars are extremely lay because they are a simple way to burlesque your TV sound to a new level.
Maximum are designed to affiliate directly to your TV so what about connecting to your receiver instead? The thing to commiserate with about Soundbars is that most of them accept a built-in amplifier to independently power their speakers. That is what keeps them simple to position up. They are essentially self-contained units that uncolored need a sound input from the TV.
The main problem with hooking a Soundbar to a receiver is that the receiver also has an amplifier. Since both the Soundbar and the receiver have amps, they choice tend to interfere with each other. If you already have a honourable amplifier in your receiver, why buy a Soundbar with yet another amplifier?
Your question Get the answer. I cant get sound through my tv speakers or soundbar when I connect using my yamaha sound system. I have 5 speakers in the living room but would like to use the sound bar that's in front of the tv. July 30, Sound bars, typically have limited useability, they are meant for people who don't want, for whatever reason use discrete, separate speakers.
I don't have the patience to analyze each of your components, am just going to repeat, a receiver wants to be hooked up to discrete speakers. I don't know if your "sound system" is a receiver or one of those all-in-one boxes which is even worse and still more limiting.
A sound bar, designed with the intention to be directly hooked up to your TV, tend to be self-powered and your "sound system" wants to talk to UN-powered speakers. If your sound bar is one of those that simulates surround, you cannot use it in conjunction with the other speakers, it's designed to be stand-alone. I too like my Center to be like a sound bar right underneath the screen, for that purpose I have a Yamaha NS The Polk TL-3 is also sound bar-like, and if money no object, a Mythos 7 center is a great center that looks sound bar-like.
If your sound bar is just sitting there doing nothing, you can always take it apart, bypass its built-in electronics and directly connect your sound system to it, assuming impedance OK and you are handy doing that sort of thing. I'm technologically challenged for all that it's a Vizio sound bar that came with a subwoofer and 2 speakers.
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Trouble is, the TV has only two settings: Powered soundbars, in contrast, tend to represent a low-cost rather than a high-end option, though good ones do exist. Can a Soundbar work with a Receiver? What I see is you can operate them seperatly with Receiver connected to TV using Optical and Soundbar using ARC or vice versa which defeats the purpose of using the two simultaneously.