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To get the best channel I downloaded a WIFI Anyliser app from the windows store and just picked the one with the least traffic.
Plugged my TV in to the router (I am sure wireless would work but I haven't tried it).
In order to use them I had to use the Samsung multiroom app and connect them and my soundbar to my TV via Wi-Fi in order to make it work as true surround.
This is when I started having the same problem that you are describing. It got to the point that I would just use the soundbar by itself connected with TVSOUNDCONNECT so I wouldn't have to listen to it disconnect and reconnect all the time.
So what I have done is purchased a router with an Ethernet (RJ45) in port rather than an RJ11.
I have set this up as an Access Point, connected to my normal router but fixed the channel of the 2.4ghz range to a different chanel from my router.
When I had this problem this is the thread I came across and I wanted to share my solution.
From what I can tell the speakers are initially connected via Wi-Fi to the router using the Samsung multiroom app.
What I did was disable the 2.4 GHz signal on my router and switch everything I have that uses Wi-Fi over to the 5 GHz Wi-Fi so that there wouldn't be anything interfering with the signal between my TV and speakers. I have exactly the same issue with a 6500 and 2 Samsung 360 R1 and it's driving me nuts!