On a Magnifi bar, can you switch between music/movie mode on the bar itself?

ArcticManArcticMan Posts: 1
edited February 14 in Customer Service
I just bought a used Magnifi that had no remote. I know it has a movie and music immersion mode, but can't figure out how to switch between them with just the controls on the soundbar itself. Do I need a remote for this, and if so where do I get one? The only one I've found was on Ebay and seemed awfully expensive for a little dinky remote....



  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 716
    I don’t know a ton about the magnifi sound bar, but I think there is an app...? At least I thought there was. I don’t know a ton about these sound bars, though, so don’t judge me if I’m wrong. If I am, someone please correct me :smile:
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