In TV settings General, External Device Manager, Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC) is turned on. Xbox One X Audio set to HDMI audio out, bitstream, Dolby digital. TV speakers are poor sound My question is can the Optical out be used (with a RCA adapter) for wireless headphones without cancelling the TV speakers. I see by the specs on the model that the old RCA audio out ports have been eliminated and replaced with an Optical Audio (Toslink) out. Below are the steps to follow: Using the analog stereo cables at your disposal, connect the mini-stereo plug (3.5mm) to your TV’s audio output. I can use the TV speakers but get no sound using the optical cable or the old-fashioned red/white. I have a Dell XPS 17, I have a Samsung UE40F6400AW (Of which i cannot find a relavent audio driver in their website) I upgraded to windows 10 a while ago, and ever since I have not been able to get my TV recognised as an audio device through my HDMI cable. I am afraid to push too hard but I had no problem with the old TV. Now it’s been two months. Tried two sound bars, both of which work with my Vizio TV. For more information, check out: Troubleshooting TV Screen Breaking up, or Sound Bar Issues. Tried connecting it to the HDMI ARC port, but the TV kept turning itself on after getting turned off every night. With the move towards slimmer TV's there's not much space left for speakers, and to work well speakers need to be able to move the air (meaning they need some size - especially for the lower frequencies) Assuming the samsung is a TV rather than a monitor there's probably a couple of ways to get audio out. On my TV's there's at least three options: I am looking at the Samsung NU7100 58" TV and I have a question about the model. Now I have a new Samsung 40 inch Smart TV and I cannot get the speakers' or earbuds' plug to fit in to the Audio Out port enough to connect. Samsung told me to switch ports. You will only need to connect your Samsung smart TV’s analog stereo outputs, usually referred to as RCA outputs, to your external audio system such as home theater. Bose suggested using the optical cord, but I can't use the Samsung … I have a Samsung 4k TV (UN40NU7100) and Samsung Surround System. I have had this problem in the past but it always resolved itself within a week or so. On my old Samsung 32 inch TV I was able to plug in my computer speakers and/or earbuds and got quite good sound. PLEASE HELP. I feel like I have tried everything. UHD TV: How To Reset The Sound To Factory Defaults (2014 Models) If these steps do not resolve your issue please get in touch through one of the options below: - Contact Samsung Care New Zealand experts on 0800 726 786 Switched back now it's not detecting the HDMI ARC port at all. Connected to TV over HDMI. TV connected to surround sound system via HDMI ARC. Then no sound. My TV has no audio out.