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How to Connect Subwoofer to Soundbar:
To connect the subwoofer to the soundbar, you must first power up both devices. You should then press and hold the ID SET button on the subwoofer (typically located near the ports and cables).
After holding the button for five seconds, the subwoofer should enter link mode. It will display a blue light to indicate this.
Unplug LG subwoofer How to Connect Subwoofer to Soundbar:
To pair your LG subwoofer and soundbar, follow these simple steps: unplug the subwoofer from the power source, press the red and green LED indicator lights on the LG Soundbar, and hold them for about 5 seconds. If they flash green, it means they are paired. Play something on your TV to test the pairing.
After connecting the subwoofer to your soundbar, it is time to pair the two devices. Depending on the subwoofer model, the pairing process may differ.
If the subwoofer doesn’t automatically pair with the soundbar, press the Link or Pairing button on the Soundbar.
If the LEDs are flashing green and red, the LG Subwoofer may not be connected to the Wi-Fi network.
Check the LG Subwoofer’s LED display to make sure it’s fully connected to the Wi-Fi network. If the light is green-yellow, try turning down the volume.
Next, you need to make sure that the LG subwoofer and soundbar are compatible with each other.
If the subwoofer doesn’t pair with your soundbar, make sure you unplug the subwoofer from the soundbar. Then, insert the power cord into the DC IN location on the soundbar.
Unplug LG soundbar:
If your subwoofer won’t pair with your LG soundbar, the first thing you need to do is unplug the LG soundbar and then connect the subwoofer manually. This is the best way to ensure proper pairing of your subwoofer and LG soundbar.
You can also reset the LG soundbar by pressing the power button for about 10 seconds and then pressing the volume down button. If this doesn’t work, you can try method #3.
Alternatively, you can hold the power and volume down buttons together for about 10 seconds and then release. You should see a green and red light flashing. Once it displays this message, you can plug the LG soundbar back in.
Alternatively, you can use the subwoofer’s built-in subwoofer to connect your soundbar to an external one. However, the subwoofer should be in standby mode when you plug it in. This will enable the subwoofer to search for the soundbar once it is powered on.
Connect Subwoofer to Soundbar:
The LG soundbar has a pairing button located on its back. This will turn green and red lights on and off alternately, which indicates the pairing has completed.
You should also be able to see the power cable on the back. The power cable will connect the subwoofer to the LG soundbar.
The LG subwoofer and LG soundbar should match each other. You can also check to see if the light is solid on the LG subwoofer. If it is solid, it means the subwoofer is connected. If not, the subwoofer will search for the soundbar and pair with it.
Also, If you’d like to connect the subwoofer manually, you will need to follow a few simple steps. First, make sure to unplug the LG soundbar and connect it to the subwoofer. Then, you should turn on the soundbar and subwoofer. Usually, they’ll automatically pair when they’re both on.