TV and your cable/satellite tuner or disc player. We’re confident that this JBL system will provide every note of enjoyment that you expect – and that when you think about purchasing additional audio equipment for your home, car or office, you will once again choose JBL products.
Contents hide 1 INCLUDED ITEMS 2 SOUNDBAR REAR-PANEL CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS 3 SOUNDBAR TOP-PANEL CONTROLS AND REMOTE CONTROL 4 SOUNDBAR PLACEMENT 5 CONNECTIONS 6 USING YOUR SOUNDBAR SYSTEM 7 LEARNING YOUR TV REMOTE’S VOLUME AND MUTE COMMANDS 8 SPECIFICATIONS 9 Related Manuals: INCLUDED ITEMS SOUNDBAR REAR-PANEL CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS...
EQ switch: Use this switch to adjust the soundbar’s bass for either wall or table mounting. If you’re mounting the soundbar on a wall with the included wall-mount bracket, set the EQ switch to the “Wall” position for the most natural-sounding bass performance. If you are placing the soundbar on a table, set the EQ switch to the “Table”...
other connections. If you will not be using the soundbar for an extended period – for instance, if you’re going on vacation – set the Power switch to the “Off”position. SOUNDBAR TOP-PANEL CONTROLS AND REMOTE CONTROL Power button: To turn the soundbar on when it is in the Standby mode, press the Power button on either the soundbar or the remote.
NOTE: Pressing both of the soundbar’s Volume buttons at the same time while the system is on will mute the system. Pressing either Volume button while the system is muted will restore the sound. Surround Mode button: This button turns the soundbar’s HARMAN Display Surround processing on and off.
WALL-MOUNTING THE SOUNDBAR If your TV is attached to a wall, you can use the included wall-mount bracket to mount the soundbar on the wall directly below the TV screen. 1. Determine the location for the soundbar on the wall. Make sure that the top of the soundbar will not block your view of the TV screen when it is mounted on the wall.
support this weight. 4. After reading the Connections section on page 4, connect all cables to the soundbar. IMPORTANT: Do NOT plug the soundbar’s power cord into an AC outlet at this time. • Set the soundbar’s EQ switch in the “Wall” position, and set the soundbar’s Power switch in the “On”...
through the analog connection described above. POWER CONNECTIONS After verifying that all of the source connections have been made properly, plug the supplied power cord into the soundbar’s Power Cord connector, and plug the other end into an active, unswitched AC outlet.
USING YOUR SOUNDBAR SYSTEM TURNING THE SOUNDBAR ON AND OFF Set the soundbar’s Power switch to the “On” position. Press the Power button on either the soundbar or the remote to turn the soundbar on. To put the soundbar in the Standby mode, press either Power button while the soundbar is on.
If you do not press the Power button, the soundbar will automatically go into the Standby mode approximately 10 minutes after the audio signal ceases. NOTE: If you have put the soundbar into the Standby mode by pressing the Power button, you must manually turn it on by pressing the Power button again.
2. Place the device in the pairing mode. Use the device’s Bluetooth pairing menu to pair it with the soundbar. (The soundbar will appear as “SB200” in the device’s menu.) If the device requires a passcode, use 0000. 3. When the soundbar’s Bluetooth button LED illuminates constantly, it is paired with the device and you can stream audio via Bluetooth from the device to the soundbar.To disconnect the Bluetooth...
ADJUSTING THE SYSTEM’S VOLUME Press the soundbar’s or remote’s Volume + and – buttons to raise and lower the system’s volume one step at a time. Hold down the buttons to continuously raise or lower the volume.
For the best sound, we recommend turning your TV’s built-in speakers off. Consult your TV’s owner’s manual to find out how to do this. MUTING THE SYSTEM Momentarily press both of the soundbar’s Volume buttons at the same time, or press the remote’s Mute button to mute the system.
BOOSTING THE BASS Press the remote’s Bass Boost button to enhance low-frequency performance, resulting in the bass with more impact, which you may prefer while watching movies or listening to music. There is no harm in experimenting with this control. Pressing the Bass Boost button again will return the soundbar’s normal low-frequency performance.
LEARNING YOUR TV REMOTE’S VOLUME AND MUTE COMMANDS You can program the soundbar so it will respond to your TV remote’s volume up, volume down and mute commands. This will let you control both the soundbar and your TV with a single remote. Before you begin to program the soundbar, have your TV remote in hand.
2. Hold your TV’s remote approximately 12” (30cm) from the front of the soundbar and aim the remote directly at the soundbar: Press the TV remote’s volume up button while pressing and holding the soundbar’s Volume + button. If the programming was successful the soundbar’s Surround button will change from amber to solid white for one second, then will return to flashing amber.
Press the TV remote’s volume down button while pressing and holding the soundbar’s Volume – button. If the programming was successful the soundbar’s Surround button will change from amber to solid white for one second, then will return to flashing amber.
Press the TV remote’s mute button while pressing and holding the soundbar’s Volume + and Volume – buttons at the same time. If the programming was successful the soundbar’s Surround button will change from amber to solid white for one second, then will return to flashing amber.