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My samsung surround sound system has started to switch itself

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My samsung surround sound system has started to switch itself off or to shift to offer another option eg to iPod or to Bluetooth!
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Electronics
Expert:  Phil.O (Sanman) replied 3 years ago.
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Please can you tell me the model number ?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Good morning Phil

Hope you are still 'there', afraid your response, arrived after had gone to sleep,

The systems model number is XXXXX

Regards, Paul
Expert:  Phil.O (Sanman) replied 3 years ago.
So when it switches away from TV, is there an input from the TV coming into the surround sound box and are you listining to it ?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Input is from virgin media box, which seems to be ok as currently have it plugged directly to TV.

When fault occurred there was loss of both sound and vision with the message No Signal appearing before then shifting to displaying the various options available eg Aux, IPod, Bluetooth.
Expert:  Phil.O (Sanman) replied 3 years ago.
This would be normal behaviour for the device to search for alternative signals if it loses signal from the Virgin Media box, I will look to see if that default behaviour can be modified, also you should log a call with Virgin Media ifyou are suffering these temporary loss of signals.

Will come back to you shortly with further advice.

Best Regards Phil
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Thanks Phil. Will check out and see what happens.

Regards, Paul
Expert:  Phil.O (Sanman) replied 3 years ago.
Hi,

Just a quick email to confirm all is okay.
I hope the help I gave you was beneficial.

If you do have any outstanding issues with the problem I advised on, please don't hesitate to reply for further advice.


N.B. If you haven't done so already please remember to rate my advice.

Best Regards Phil