I was wondering if you folks have a preference regarding the window that I throw this piece of **bleep** out of. Should I throw the ONN sound bar off of my balcony or out of my bedroom window???? I could hit a passerby if I use the balcony. If I throw it out of the bedroom window, it would shatter nicely when it hits the pavement. So, what do you think?
Unfortunately, this thing worked just fine for about a week and a half. Hence, I haven't a box or a receipt. Now I can't get the TV to turn on without first unplugging everything for about 15 minutes. Then, I have to try and turn the sound bar off before the LED turns green. Then I have to use the TV remote to turn on the TV and then turn the sound bar on. Unfortunately, this only seems to work about 50% of the time. Before anybody asks, I did connect the bar and the TV via settings. I hate to say this but I do believe that I am becoming a sound bar bigot. I may tell it that I'm going to throw it out of a window and then do it when the bar least expects it and then I'll laugh right in it's buttons.
(I personally dont recommend soundbars, or ONN products, so the two of them seems a match made in hel...errr...Walmart)
As a general principle and practice, I keep all boxing and receipts for everything non-perishable I buy, especially from Walmart, just because something like this can/does happen. (FYI, if you can find some sort of packaging, they can look up the receipt given a CC/DC/card).
I dont suppose this soundbar has firmware that can be updated, and that you havent yet updated, that may magically fix all the issues?
Does this source of ultimate joy and happiness have a name and model #?
Unfortunately, unless I buy something big, I don't keep anything. I suspect the cost of postage and aggravation would far outweigh the cost of a replacement. Anywho, under model # I found 9100X-onn Roku Smart Soundbar. I'm not quite sure what firmware is but I did go through settings until I found something to update and update I did. Any Ideas?