Philips Soundbar Remote Control Codes

Find Remote codes for Philips soundbars. If you have a Philips Sound Bar and want to control it with a Universal remote control, TV remote, Cable remote, or SAT remote, the remote codes below will work when programmed. A Philips soundbar can be controlled with any universal remote control if you have the correct programming guide and the correct remote codes for your soundbar. If the codes below do not work with your Philips sound bar, please leave a comment below with the complete model number of your remote control and model number of your Philips soundbar and we will find you the correct remote code.

Remote Codes for Philips SoundbarsRemote Codes for Philips Soundbars

Program your universal remote control to an Philips Sound Bar. Use the following 4 and 5 digit remote codes.

Philips Soundbar 4 Digit Remote Control Codes:
Using a Universal Remote Control? Try the 4 digit codes first…

Philips Soundbar 5 Digit Remote Control Codes:
Using a CAB or SAT Remote Control? Try the 5 digit codes first…

The above codes have shown to work with Philips soundbar models CSS2133B/F7, B5/37 Fidelio, HTL2163B, HTL3110B/F7, HTL2101A/F7, HTL7180/F7, HTL4115B, HTL2101/F7, HTL9100/12, and CSS2123B/F7.

If these remote codes do not work, try the code search on your CAB or SAT remote…

Using Xfinity? Use the remote code 32459 or 32311.
The volume will work with the AUX button but not the power, To fix this…
To make volume buttons work for the Philips soundbar when remote is in CABLE mode:
-Push the TV button once
-Push and hold the Setup button on the remote until the TV button blinks twice
-Then enter 9 9 3 using the number buttons on the remote
-The TV button will blink 2 times
-Press and release the AUX button one time
-The AUX button will then flash 2 times
-Turn your Television speakers OFF or down
-Push the CABLE button one time
NOTE: The volume button will control the volume of the Philips soundbar but not the volume for the Television (The power button will not turn off the Philips soundbar)

Code Search using silver Comcast remote with a red OK/Select button:
-Turn on your Philips soundbar
-Press Aux once
-Press and hold Setup until the key blinks twice
-Release Setup
-Enter 9 9 1 3
-The Aux key will blink twice
-Press Power and aim the remote control at the Philips soundbar
-Press CH+ until the sound bar turns off
NOTE: In the code search mode, the remote control will send IR codes from its library to the selected device.
-Press Setup once to lock in the code
-The Aux key will blink twice

DIRECTV or ATT with DIRECTV Remote Control:
-Turn Philips Soundbar ON
-Volume up but muted
-AV1 or AV2
-Press and hold MUTE and SELECT for 2 blinks
-Enter 9 9 1 and wait 2 blinks
-Enter 3
-Press and release VOL UP
-Point the remote at the Philips soundbar and keep pressing and releasing the CH UP key
-When the volume changes, press SELECT to lock in code.

If DirecTV remote controls the power of the Philips soundbar but not volume, try this:
-AV1 or AV2
-Press and hold MUTE & SELECT
-Wait for 2 blinks and release
-Enter 9 9 3

The above CODE SEARCH (Remote Control Programming) methods are written for Comcast and DIRECTV remotes but can be used and tried with ANY universal remote. The code search methods above are examples of how to get your current remote to control your Philips soundbar.

Need more help programming your Universal or CAB SAT remote to your Philips soundbar? Please leave your questions below and we will be happy to assist.

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

Jason December 27, 2017 at 6:05 am

Htl2101a with a Sony remote rm-yd016,thanks


Beiheska November 16, 2017 at 1:42 pm

What remote control do you recommend for the soundbar Philips soundspeaker HTL2111A / 12?
Thank you


Berna October 10, 2017 at 4:20 am

Hi. Trying to program a Philips sound bar HTL2101A/F7 to a SMK-PRO11 universal remote


Zachary Lowder July 23, 2017 at 5:44 pm

I bought a philips soundbar & i rca remote” universal”. I have reason to believe they are not compatible. My remote # is RCRN04GR. My model number on the sound bar is HTL1170BF7
I will be continuing to run the codes believing that i am forgetting something or am missing a step


Dan July 18, 2017 at 1:40 pm

I am trying to program the Philips B5/37 Fidelio Soundbar to my Fios TV/Cable Remote (The Phillips Model P144v2: 4-Device Universal Remote Control).

The above codes do not apply.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.


Benjamin July 1, 2017 at 12:55 pm

I am trying to program a Philips soundbar HTL1190B with my Sony VLZ620 universal remote. None of the 5 digit codes above worked.


Pannavis June 22, 2017 at 5:05 pm

I got a Philips Soundbar Speaker HTL3140B and want to connect it to my One For All URC 11-7960 remote? Any tips?


Joe Hammer June 15, 2017 at 5:09 pm

I purchased a Phillips sound bar and I trying to program it with a Phillips universal remote ( model SRP5107/27) I can’t find the right code for this remote. I tried all the codes you mentioned and also tried the universal scan. I still can’t program the sound bar. If you could help that would be great.


jason May 22, 2017 at 8:29 pm

Hi. Trying to program a Philips sound bar Css2123 to a bell sat remote 199535


Pilotsh February 5, 2017 at 3:20 pm

I am trying to program my Philips Fildeio B5 sound bar if the AMP button on my PS3 remote. The PS3 manual says to use three digit codes, and I not your guide says to drop the first zero from the four digit codes, but none of the codes have worked. Has anyone managed to sync the PS3 remote to the B5 Fidelio Soundbar?


Simon February 3, 2017 at 1:49 pm

I have the Philips Fidelio B5 soundbar. Has anyone managed to pair a Sony Playstation 3 remote control (CECH-ZRC10) with it by programing the AMP button. Sony says it is a 3 digit code but they codes you list are all 4 and 5 digit codes.


Simon January 30, 2017 at 8:36 am

My PS3 remote manual says you can program the amp function with a 3 digit code. Has anyone had any luck pairing the PS3 remote (CECH-ZRC10) with the Philips B5 Fidelio 4.1 Soundbar? I tried 993 and 991 and no luck.


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