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Connect Your Sound+ Soundbar to the TV Using Bluetooth

When you connect the soundbar to your TV through Bluetooth, you can listen to stereo sound without the hassle of cables. Only one TV can be connected at a time.

If your TV does not support Bluetooth, you will need to connect your TV using an HDMI (for ARC) , Optical , or Analog connection.

Connecting to Your TV

Connecting the Soundbar

The steps below are for a Samsung TV. If you are using a non-Samsung TV, please refer to your user manual for more information on pairing Bluetooth devices.

  1. Press Source on the remote or soundbar until BT appears on the display.

  2. BT will change to BT PAIRING.

    If BT READY appears, press and hold Source for 6 seconds to display BT PAIRING.

  3. Enter the Speaker menu on your TV and then select Bluetooth Audio.

    Depending on your TV, you may have to navigate to the Bluetooth menu.

  4. Select [AV] Samsung Soundbar from the list of Bluetooth devices and then select Pair and connect.

    When the connection is successful, [TV Name] > BT will appear on the soundbar display.

  5. You can now listen to the TVs sound through the soundbar.

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If the Connection Fails

  1. If the previous soundbar appears in the TV's Bluetooth device list, delete it.

  2. While the soundbar is in BT mode, press and hold Source on the remote or soundbar for 6 seconds to switch to BT PAIRING mode. Then, select [AV] Samsung Soundbar from your TV's Bluetooth device list.

        

Disconnecting the Soundbar

To disconnect the soundbar, press Source on the remote or soundbar and switch the soundbar to any mode except BT.

   

BT READY and BT PAIRING

  • BT READY: You can search for previously connected TV or connect to the soundbar from a previously connected mobile device.

  • BT PAIRING: You can connect to a new device.

     

Tips

  • If you are asked for a PIN when connecting a Bluetooth device, enter 0000.

  • The Bluetooth connection has a maximum distance of 32.8 feet.

  • The soundbar will turn off automatically if it is idle in BT READY mode for 5 minutes.

  • Electronic devices may cause radio interference. Keep devices that generate electromagnetic waves away from the soundbar (microwaves, wireless LAN devices, etc.).

The soundbar may not perform the Bluetooth search or connection correctly in the situations below:

  • If there is a strong electrical field around the soundbar.

  • If multiple Bluetooth devices are connected to the soundbar simultaneously.

  • If the Bluetooth device is turned off, not in place, or malfunctions.

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