Anyone familiar with these various Samsung wireless subwoofers?

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Anyone familiar with these various Samsung wireless subwoofers?

How can you test them? They've no ports in the back, just an "id set" button. Would I need at least one of their main system, I think bars, host piece to connect to then use that to connect to others? Or would each model have it's own specific requirements? I have few of these I'd like to test out before selling them as I'm guessing they're in good shape and feel pretty solid and in good shape.



 

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I don't know about the speaker but that's more lettuce than I like on a sandwich.
 
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I'd like a little ketchup, spicy brown mustard and a tad of mayo on mine...... please.

That is a Samsung PS-WF450 wireless subwoofer.
It's designed to be paired only with the Samsung sound bar.

 
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Yeah there is no way to easily test those without getting inside the unit.
One of my friends got a Polk PSWi225 without the wireless transmitter but I was able to open it up and the wireless board was connected to the main amp board with three wires.

I then wired it to a female RCA jack and it works fine without the wireless module. I don't know why three wires but one was a thick braided shield around the other two smaller inner wires so I left the shield alone and just used the other two.

Also @ juntjoo
Do you work at an electronic repair or dealer type of place?

You seem to get a lot of electronic pieces and parts. When I was younger I could not afford the "Good" models of now obsolete technology like the VCR & Cassette decks and even optical disc devices.

I still use all three but if I am now looking for one I can afford the "better" models of said items that I could not years ago.

I try to avoid the "entry level" type of models although the "better" ones tend to be more complicated to repair or even find parts for now a days.
 
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"The" Samsung sound bar? Or any Samsung sound bar do you know? I asked elsewhere and someone said something about possibly being able to connect it to another.

I wonder why people dump these alone, presumably keeping the sound bars.
 
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I resell stuff, mostly used, online, well, at least I'm working on it. So far I've mostly just been finding stuff and testing it.
 
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Possibly any Samsung sound bar that had blue tooth capabilities.

I found this with that sub woofer information....
Note: The subwoofer automatically turns on when you plug in the power cord, and is configured to connect with the included soundbar only.
 
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The same reason a remote is never found when you find a piece of electronic equipment for-sale at a thrift store(GoodWill, Savers, or the like). The world may never know the reason for that.
 
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