LG soundbar with wireless sub is an excellent solution if your television does not produce high-quality audio. Most of the time, they come with a low-quality one, and we use a soundbar to improve the sound quality. It includes a set of high-quality speakers housed in a large rectangular casing.
They are specifically designed to provide stereo surround sound in small to medium-sized rooms. Unlike television, which has speakers in a box, soundbars have speakers in all directions. They can be connected to a TV, DVR, or gaming console to give you an extra kick.
A subwoofer is typically used in conjunction with speakers to help in reproducing low-pitched audio frequencies known as bass and sub-bass. Subwoofers are primarily intended to produce low-frequency sounds, allowing other speakers to make higher-frequency sounds.
To pair your lg soundbar with wireless sub, attach all of the devices, including the wireless soundbar, to the power cord, and it should connect immediately. LG has simplified the process, and if you have both an LG Soundbar and a Subwoofer, pairing them together is not a problem. If you can’t get it to work, read the post, and perhaps it will solve your problem.
Pairing lg soundbar with wireless sub (First time setup)
You don’t need to be concerned if you’ve just purchased a Subwoofer for your soundbar; the process is simple and won’t take more than 5 minutes. So, once you’ve assembled the television, soundbar, and subwoofer, the following step is to connect them and get them up and running. Let’s see what you’re capable of.
Connect the lg soundbar with wireless sub unit’s power cords to a wall socket. Now turn on the main unit, followed by the Wireless Subwoofer unit. On the subwoofer, you’ll also see an LED light glowing incessantly. When you switch on the soundbar and subwoofer, they should instantly connect.
When you plug in the power cable, the subwoofer immediately activates the Bluetooth capability, and it is set to connect solely with the supplied soundbar. When the subwoofer is successfully connected to the soundbar, the LED light will no longer blink and shine continuously.
If they don’t appear to work, you can try connecting them manually. You can also check the LED light; if it does not cease linking, the operation has failed, and the subwoofer is still attempting to connect to the soundbar. So, let’s get started on the troubleshooting steps.
Manually Connecting the lg soundbar with wireless sub
Manually connecting the Soundbar to the Subwoofer demands a little more effort because there are a few different procedures. Follow our step-by-step instructions listed below, and you should have it up and running in no time.
- The first step is to turn down the volume. If you have a model with an entire display, VOL MIN will appear on the screen. A red light will appear on the Soundbar if you have a different model.
- After pressing the mute button, the next step is to keep it pushed. Press and hold the remote’s Mute button for around 3 seconds. A WL RESET notification will now appear on the screen. If you have a model that does not have a screen, the red light (from volume minimum) will blink continuously.
- Look for a pairing button on the back of the subwoofer. A longer press and hold is required to pair. The LED light on the subwoofer alternately blinks red and green.
Soundbar not Pairing – Troubleshooting Issue
At this point, if you haven’t finished connecting your Soundbar to your subwoofer, I recommend you follow the troubleshooting guide, and perhaps it will be fixed.
- Make sure there is nothing in the way of the Soundbar and subwoofer.
- Turn off any other item, such as a medical gadget or a microwave, that uses the same frequency as the subwoofer and the Soundbar.
- Unplug the Soundbar’s and wireless subwoofer’s power cords.
- When the LED light stops blinking, turn both devices back on.
Finally, this time the primary soundbar unit and the subwoofer unit will couple automatically. The subwoofer will display a solid green light when the connection is complete.
So there you have it. It is pretty simple to connect the LG soundbar with wireless sub. Turn both devices on, and they will connect automatically, as they are supposed to do. Whether you’ve tried everything and still can’t pair them, the final thing you can do is take them to a service center to determine if there’s a technical problem causing the issue.