We all love to hear the soul-refreshing sound that comes from the surrounding systems. We can agree that the depth of music from the external audio system is something that you can never get from your television, inbuilt speakers. But on the other hand, it cannot be easy to manage too many surround speakers.
To cure all of your problems, you have an alternative of using a SoundBar. SoundBar is one of the amazing surround systems which is slender, long, and does not take a lot of mounting time or space. Talking about a good SoundBar, the first name that comes to our mind is Samsung which is relentless in rendering outstanding audio.
Steps to Connect Samsung SoundBar to Subwoofer Without Remote
The good thing that Samsung has done is to provide a link ID of the subwoofer to the Samsung SoundBar in the configuration. So whenever you switch on the two devices, they both automatically connect.
To get your SoundBar and subwoofer to connect automatically, all you have to do is switch them off and plug them into a wall socket. And when you turn them on, they will connect. But the subwoofer does not connect to the Samsung SoundBar? Nightmare!
Generally, when both the devices heat a lot, it takes several minutes to connect, so we would suggest you leave them for a while, and once we have cooled down, we can try connecting them again. But what can you do if it still doesn’t work? The answer is, “Try Manual Connection.”
The only drawback that you will have to face is that SoundBars and subwoofers are created so that they cannot be connected without a remote. However, in the manual connection, you only need the power button readily available on the SoundBar.
How to Manually Connect a Samsung SoundBar to a Subwoofer?
The manual connection between Samsung SoundBar and subwoofer dual required certain items that we will mention ahead.
Step 1: Find ID Button on Soundbar
In the first step, you have to look for the ID set button on the Samsung subwoofer. You can find that ID button on the back of the box.
Now connect your subwoofer to the power outlet.
When you are connected to the power source, you will see a blue LED light turning on it. The blue light indicates that your subwoofer is in pairing mode.
Step 2: Press ID Set Button
For the next step, you have to take a pointy object that you will use to press the ID set button downwards. You have to hold the button for 5 or 6 seconds until the blue LED light starts blinking rapidly. This might happen for 20-30 seconds.
Step 3: Turn Power Button
In the next step, you have to turn the power button on the SoundBar. So when the LED light on the subwoofers starts blinking, you have to keep holding the pointy object on the subwoofer and then press the power button of the SoundBar. This step has to be done simultaneously.
Step 4: Let Subwoofer to Pair
When you turn on your SoundBar, the subwoofer will try to connect with the Samsung SoundBar, and once the blue LED light gets stable, the connection between the two devices will be adequately established.
If the LED of the subwoofer is still blinking, then that indicates the failure in the connection. No worries, as you can troubleshoot this issue by switching off the SoundBar and then follow all the steps all over again.
Samsung SoundBar & Subwoofer
Plenty of SoundBars come with subwoofers, and the ones that come with their dedicated subwoofers do not require any cables for the connection. You can either use Bluetooth or any other wireless alternative to connect the SoundBar and subwoofer.
Fortunately, the Samsung SoundBar comes with a subwoofer that enhances the overall audio quality of your television. Many people have asked us several times if they can connect a Samsung SoundBar to the subwoofer if they have lost the remote or if it is not working.
To this question, we always say, yes, you can connect Samsung SoundBar to a subwoofer without a remote, and in this article, we have shared the steps that you can follow to do that without any hassle.
Wrapping it Up
The subwoofer is not mandatorily seen to be connected with the Samsung SoundBar; however, sometimes, using a SoundBar alone does not render outstanding bass. So you should connect a Samsung SoundBar to the subwoofer if you want to have an exhilarating sound experience.
Suppose you have connected all the power cords of both the devices in the outlets properly. In that case, you will most likely be able to connect the Samsung SoundBar to the subwoofer automatically, without doing anything.
Ever since his parents got him his first boombox as a kid, Kenny has always been into music and sound systems. In high school, he replaced the cheap speakers in his ’93 F-150 and swapped out the old cassette player for a CD deck. As technology progresses, Kenny enjoys staying at the front of the latest and best products available. That’s why he started Best of Soundbar site to provide information and in-depth reviews.