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Having a home theater and surround sound is a truly fantastic experience. It greatly helps to improve the quality of the sound from your TV, and it creates a completely immersive experience. It allows you to feel as though you are at the movies at home, and the sound generated is far better than the sound produced through the TV.
Samsung is a popular and reliable company that many people choose when purchasing technology. Their products are typically easy to set up and use. The Samsung soundbars are no exception to this.
However, if you have never set up one of these soundbars before, you may be slightly confused with how to do this when connecting to a subwoofer. To help you along, in this article, we have talked you through all of the steps you need to take to successfully set up your Samsung soundbar, and connect it to a subwoofer.
What Is a Samsung Soundbar?
When it comes to surround sound for your home cinema, Samsung Soundbars are a great option to consider. They are not too expensive to purchase and greatly improve the overall sound. They are connected to the TV and the subwoofers to provide the sound.
While there are a number of different Samsung Soundbars to choose from, they are all great options to consider, and are easy to set up. They help to improve the sound of TVs and devices, and typically contain multiple, high-quality speakers.
What Is A Subwoofer?
If you are unfamiliar with technology, hearing the name subwoofer may be something that is quite confusing. However, a subwoofer is essentially a speaker. It provides the bass to the audio, and focuses on lower frequencies, which is particularly important for a home cinema. A subwoofer allows the audio to feel more realistic, and full.
How To connect Samsung Soundbar To Subwoofer
The process to connect the Samsung soundbar to a subwoofer is fairly straightforward. It also remains virtually the same in the majority of scenarios. This means that it doesn’t overly matter which model of soundbar or subwoofer you have.
By following these steps, you will be able to connect them in no time:
Step One — Unboxing And Power
To begin with, you will want to carefully unbox your Samsung Soundbar. When you look inside the packaging, you will notice that the soundbar and the power cord are not connected.
As a result, the first thing you will need to do is connect the power cord to the soundbar. The connection of the power cord needs to be plugged into the Power Supply In port, which is also known as the DC 24V. The port is located on the back of the soundbar, in the middle of the device.
Once the power cord is securely in place, you can then go ahead and connect the second part of the cord to your subwoofer. The port is plugged to the electricity outlet.
Step Two — Starting Up The Soundbar
Once the soundbar is receiving power, you will need to successfully set it up. To do this, you will need to press the ID SET button on the subwoofer. This is typically located on the back, near the cables and ports. Once located, press and hold the IS set button for 5 seconds.
After 5 seconds, the subwoofer should exit standby mode, and enter link mode. If it has not done this, you will want to continue holding in this button until it does change. This is typically signalled by a blue light that flashes quickly.
Step 3 — Mute
Once you have done this, and the main unit has entered standby mode, you will then need to press and hold the mute button on your Samsung remote control. This is an important stage in the installation process.
If you have lost or do not have a remote please note that this is needed. The mute button also needs to be held in for a total of 5 seconds. After this, the ID SET message should be displayed on the Samsung Soundbar LED screen. If it has not yet appeared, keep holding in the mute button until it does.
After you have done this, the subwoofer, the soundbar, and the TV will all be successfully connected, and you can go ahead and test out the soundbar.
When testing them out, you will need to ensure that the blue LED lights that indicate the devices are linked are blue. This should be a steady light. If the lights are flashing, this indicates that they are not correctly linked, and you will need to repeat the process again.
The steps we have stated above are how to successfully connect the soundbar to the subwoofer manually. This is the best option to use as it ensures that they are connected in the correct way.
However, in some cases, the subwoofer and the soundbar will automatically connect and link up to each other. This makes the connection and set up far easier, and this is done almost instantly. You will be able to identify if this is the case by looking out for the steady blue LED light on the subwoofer and soundbar.
If you cannot notice the LED lights upon the initial connection, this is when you will need to follow the manual steps highlighted above.
We hope you have found this article useful. As you can see, it is super simple to connect a Samsung soundbar to a subwoofer. In the vast majority of cases, this does not take long to complete, and it is simple to do. Many soundbars and subwoofers will connect automatically, meaning you do not have to manually set them up.
The most important thing to remember is the blue LED lights. When these are a steady blue, the subwoofer and the soundbar have connected successfully. If the light is still flashing blue, this means that you will need to manually connect both together.