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Just a heads up for anyone grabbing these, I switched from Movie to ASC and the rear speakers seem to be much louder respectively to the soundbar.
Just adjust the speaker levels to your taste. I used just the LG Wifi Speaker App since you can to the firmware updates from there as well.
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I thought this is wireless? My understanding is that you plug the standing thing to your sources (tv) then somehow set it up to connect to your WiFi. Then it will tether the sound to the other two satellite units using WiFi...
Am I getting it wrong?
no, the standing thing has a wireless connection to your soundbar but it still needs to be plugged in to an outlet and it also has speaker wiring for the satellites.
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I thought this is wireless? My understanding is that you plug the standing thing to your sources (tv) then somehow set it up to connect to your WiFi. Then it will tether the sound to the other two satellite units using WiFi...
Am I getting it wrong?
Nothing plugs to your tv or soundbar. The standing thing is the receiver. You plug that to an outlet. Then you take a string of speaker wires (included) and plug one end into the receiver and other end into the speaker. You will have 3 sets of wires coming from your receiver, a) the power cord, b) the wires to the left rear speaker, and c) the wires to the right rear speaker. Each speakers would have a wire connecting it to the receiver. This unit is wireless from the soundbar or tv. The receiver is wired to the rear speakers.
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Just adjust the speaker levels to your taste. I used just the LG Wifi Speaker App since you can to the firmware updates from there as well.

The point is that it is still very quiet on max. The different sound settings have a greater effect on the volume than adjusting the volume to max setting of +6.
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I can't seem to get it any louder. R +6 doesn't do anything, it's still so quiet. Switching to "Bass" or "ASC" makes the whole soundbar sounds like crap. I'm using the soundbar as a passthrough from apple TV to my actual TV. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
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I can't seem to get it any louder. R +6 doesn't do anything, it's still so quiet. Switching to "Bass" or "ASC" makes the whole soundbar sounds like crap. I'm using the soundbar as a passthrough from apple TV to my actual TV. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
Do you have it on surround setting?
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I bought a Sony sound bar with a subwoofers from here a couple months back...are they compatible? Thanks
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Nothing plugs to your tv or soundbar. The standing thing is the receiver. You plug that to an outlet. Then you take a string of speaker wires (included) and plug one end into the receiver and other end into the speaker. You will have 3 sets of wires coming from your receiver, a) the power cord, b) the wires to the left rear speaker, and c) the wires to the right rear speaker. Each speakers would have a wire connecting it to the receiver. This unit is wireless from the soundbar or tv. The receiver is wired to the rear speakers.
Then the receiver receive what now? Where's the source of sound or signal coming from? It gotta get something in then send it to the other two speakers, right?
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Then the receiver receive what now? Where's the source of sound or signal coming from? It gotta get something in then send it to the other two speakers, right?
The receiver gets the signal from the soundbar wirelessly. Then it sends the signal by wire to the 2 rear speakers.

It doesn't appear to me that the receiver connects to the soundbar by bluetooth or through wifi. They seem to just mass broadcast on multiple channels, which would explain the router interference I had previously experienced. This is just my speculation.
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For anyone having trouble pairing with your soundbar, you need to start the process with the soundbar off. If you bought a used one, you will need to push the pairing button on the back top middle. When it is rapidly blinking, turn your soundbar on. If you start with your soundbar on, it will never pair. It will pair still if your soundbar is already on, then you turn it off, and back on though.
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I have the SK10Y soundbar and added these surrounds to it. While they don't get super loud they do make a difference when watching movies with surround sound. Totally worth it at his price to improve the sound of the soundbar
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So I pull the trigger and went to the local Best Buy and bought a pair for $99. Set up was super easy and it link to my LG sound bar (SL6Y) automatically. The main concern I had about buying these satellite speakers was some complaints about the sound. After fiddling with the speakers I found out that the sound is based on the source (television, streaming device, etc.). For example, when I turn on Netflix, I could hear the satellite speakers clearly. I switch to channel 2 on the television and it was dead air. In some instance, I thought the satellite speakers were louder than my sound bar. Thanks OP for the post. My surround sound is complete for now.
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Walmart has it now for $96.99 - https://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-2-0.../194831139
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Any suggestions for a mount for these? Or stands? Trying to put them up behind the couch
I use these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

~$20/pc and they are as well built as most other cast stands. I had to make a DIY solution to mount them to my small Samsung rears (I own the SK9Y, but not these rears, yet) so I don't know if all the various parts it includes will work out of the box.

That said, they are an extremely stable design and I went with them because the majority of the stand can be slipped under the couch to save as much room as possible.
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I have the SK10Y soundbar and added these surrounds to it. While they don't get super loud they do make a difference when watching movies with surround sound. Totally worth it at his price to improve the sound of the soundbar
What mode do u use on your soundbar?
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