1) I initially had my Playbar laying on a TV console but have since mounted it to the wall. Do I need to change a setting somewhere, or does the Playbar automatically know to alter the speaker dynamics?
2) The Playbar is connected to a TCL Roku TV (65R617). I've got a Roku Ultra connected to that, which is what I use daily (the TV's processor is a bit slower than the Ultra). The Roku Ultra's remote won't control the volume on the TV, so I can't use it to control the volume on the Playbar. Does anyone have a similar setup that they've found a way to make this work? It would be great to be able to use the Roku Ultra's remote to handle volume/mute.
3) Since I can't currently control the volume via the Roku remote, I have to use the Sonos app on my Android phone. The experience is...not great. The widget is cumbersome, it's always showing useless "last-play" information in notifications, and launching the full app just to adjust the volume is tedious. Anyone found a better solution?
Best answer by sc123
2) No substantial information here on this, just make sure that the remote you're using is IR (InfraRed), as that is where the PLAYBAR would be looking for information about volume (in addition, of course, to the controller's wifi commands).
3)There's a setting in the controller app where you can turn on or off that "last play" functionality. Poke around in the settings.
Thanks, Airgetlam. Looks like the Roku remote is RF.
Ugh - I chose my reply as the best answer. Idiot.