Connect the power cord of the main Soundbar unit and the Wireless Subwoofer unit to the wall power outlet. Now turn the main unit on and then turn on the Wireless Subwoofer unit. You will also notice an LED light blinking continuously on the subwoofer. The soundbar and subwoofer should automatically connect the moment they are turned on.
The subwoofer automatically turns on the Bluetooth feature as soon
they are turned on when you plug the power cable and it is configured to
connect with the included soundbar only. When the subwoofer is
successfully connected to the soundbar you will see that the LED light
has stopped blinking and now it glows continuously.
Just in the case due to some reason, they don’t seem to work then you can try connecting them manually. You can also take a look at the LED light, if it does not stop linking then you can assume that the process has failed and the subwoofer is still trying to connect to the soundbar. So, now let’s move on to the troubleshooting steps.
Manually connecting the Soundbar to the Subwoofer requires a little bit of extra hard work as it involves a few additional steps to follow. Simply follow our step by step instructions mentioned below and hopefully, you will have it up and running.
At this point, if you are still not done with connecting your Soundbar with your subwoofer then I would suggest you follow the troubleshooting guide and hopefully, it will be fixed.
Conclusion: Pairing the LG Soundbar with Subwoofer is very easy. You just have to turn both the devices on and they will pair automatically as they are designed to do so. If you have done all these and still could pair them together then the last thing you can do is to take them to the service centre and see if there’s a technical problem which is causing the issue.