For people who want great-quality sound without taking up a lot of space, a soundbar is an excellent option. But what if you want to add some bass? In this post, we’ll show a way of connecting a wireless subwoofer to a soundbar. Keep reading to learn more!
Can I use a wireless subwoofer?
It’s possible to use a bluetooth subwoofer with a soundbar, but it needs to be bluetooth-enabled. You’ll also need to make sure that they are compatible with each other. Some soundbars come with built-in Bluetooth capabilities, while others don’t. If your soundbar doesn’t have bluetooth, you can purchase an external bluetooth receiver to connect to it.
How to connect a bluetooth subwoofer to a soundbar?
The process of connecting a Bluetooth subwoofer to a soundbar will vary depending on the make and model of your devices. However, in general, you’ll need to follow these steps:
- Turn on the Bluetooth feature on both devices.
- Select the “Bluetooth subwoofer” option on the soundbar.
- Select the “Pairing” option on the subwoofer.
- The two devices will automatically connect, and you’ll be able to start streaming music!
Can you mix and match soundbars and subwoofers?
Yes, you can mix and match soundbars and subwoofers, but it’s important to make sure that they are compatible with each other. If you want to add a subwoofer to your soundbar, make sure that it has an audio input that can be connected to the soundbar. You’ll also need to make sure that the subwoofer is set up properly so that it works with the soundbar.
How do I add an extra wireless subwoofer to my soundbar?
Linking two Bluetooth subwoofers together with a soundbar is impossible. However, there is a way if you need more sound. Try connecting a bluetooth subwoofer, in addition to an already connected wired subwoofer. This will give you more bass options and allow you to create a fuller sound.
Why won’t my bluetooth subwoofer connect to a soundbar?
There are several reasons why your Bluetooth subwoofer is not connecting with a soundbar at the moment. Here are our troubleshooting tips:
- Check if you switched on both subwoofer and soundbar.
- Make sure that the Bluetooth feature is turned on for both devices.
- Devices should be close to each other.
- If you’re using an external Bluetooth receiver, make sure that it’s plugged into the soundbar correctly.
- Restart both devices.
- If all else fails, contact the manufacturer of the devices for assistance.