Dish Network sound bar

I purchased a Polk Audio sound bar from Dish Network. I loved it! I now longer have Dish and my sound bar no longer works. Model # DSB1 SOUND BAR, Serial #AM95200517A8523. Am I just out the $75 I spent? Or can I get this to hook up to my Cox TV box? a1opbzp1sw5o.jpg
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  • KennethSwaugerKennethSwauger Moderator Posts: 7,502
    Hello,
    You should be able to connect the Polk to your new receiver with a digital optical cable.
    "True knowledge exits in knowing that you know nothing", Socrates
  • Yes I was thank you! I finally figured out there was a port on my Cox receiver. I just had to push a little flap up with then of the cable.
  • Wow. Dish only charged you $75 for your soundbar? I have the same one as you and they charged me $199 four months ago. The thing keeps shutting off by itself. It will shut off six or seven times during an hour program. Should have gotten a different brand on ebay or another site.
  • tommy7 wrote: »
    Wow. Dish only charged you $75 for your soundbar? I have the same one as you and they charged me $199 four months ago. The thing keeps shutting off by itself. It will shut off six or seven times during an hour program. Should have gotten a different brand on ebay or another site.

    Are you serious? Why don't you use your warranty and get it replaced? It came with a one year warranty by Polk. However, I'd bet your problems are user caused.
  • I have a DSB1 Soundbar & Sub, my I Phone and I Pan neither one will connect with this equipment via Bluetooth, what’s the deal?
  • What sub-woofer works best with the Polk DSB1 Soundbar?
    Does the Polk PSW10 sub-woofer pair with the DSB1 Soundbar?
  • llt57llt57 Posts: 1
    I purchased the same sound bar from Dish and I am no longer with Dish. SBar works fine but I am unable to sync a Polk subwoofer. All my references say to contact Dish.
  • CavScout62 wrote: »
    I have a DSB1 Soundbar & Sub, my I Phone and I Pan neither one will connect with this equipment via Bluetooth, what’s the deal?

    Is bluetooth enabled on those devices, and do you have your source on the soundbar set to bluetooth? (Three pulsing lights)
    geslowey wrote: »
    What sub-woofer works best with the Polk DSB1 Soundbar?
    Does the Polk PSW10 sub-woofer pair with the DSB1 Soundbar?

    The DSB2 subwoofer is the only device compatible with this system, same with the rear speakers (DSB3). They can only be purchased through Dish.
    llt57 wrote: »
    I purchased the same sound bar from Dish and I am no longer with Dish. SBar works fine but I am unable to sync a Polk subwoofer. All my references say to contact Dish.

    If it's a subwoofer from Dish as part of the system, the easiest way to pair them is to plug in the subwoofer and then immediately press the sync button on the middle of the back of your soundbar. Give it a few minutes and the light should turn solid green on your subwoofer.
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