I'd like to use my sonos sytem with the remote of my 2019 QLED Sonos TV to adjust the volume of the TV set.
The one connect box is place in a wooden drawer of my furniture. Unfortunately it seems that the Infrared signal is not well received by the One Connect box. So I can only turn up/down volume when I am very close by the One connect box (less then 1 meter).
Can you please tell me where exactly in the OCbox the sensor is located? - And if there is any planning to sell a (cable based mini-remote sensor) to avoid this problem.
Is there any other other idea how to solve this problem?
I have now located the IR Transmitter.
Once I setup the universal remote under the Samsung Souce setup page and using a digital (Phone ) camera I can see the IR light flickering in the front of Samsung one remote.
So bassically you are adding an infrared function to the "one remote" controller.
My Sonos Playbar is now controlled by the Samsung TV remote.
(Don't forget to set audio ouput to optical audio and turn off TV speakers)
Atone, you are the best. So happy I was able to solve this for my Sonos Playbar using your instructions. I do have a cable box in another compartment in my console separate from the compartment where I have the OCB. Are there any IR extenders one can purchase to wire from the once connect to the other compartment?
I'm piggy backing on your question. I have the EXACT same issue. I would have thought that the IR Extender would be there, with this being presented as and all in one box that can be hidden behind walls etc... I bought 3 of "The Frame" televisions for my new place and now all of my sonos playbars will not work with it. 😞
When every thing is setup properly the samsung remote becomes an IR remote interacting with the sonos sound bar. If I block the path between the samsung remote and the sound bar it temp stops working.