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How to program a Polk Audio 3000 Soundbar to a 65 inch Smart

by BA7466C / April 19, 2013 1:13 AM PDT

Since my dog chewed the bottom of the Polk Soundbar 3000 card size audio control, can I program the Smart TV Remote to recognize and operate the audio sound without using the "dead" tiny audio control which came with the Soundbar 3000.. I have the Soundbar connected with an optical cable and the sound turned off on the TV

I could not find a replacement card size control only a Polk full size remote with lots of buttons. I could really use some assistance of how to get sound through the Soundbar using my Smart TV Samsung remote. Thanks for any and all help.


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