How do I add a wired subwoofer to my JBL 2.0 soundbar.
If you are planning to add a wired subwoofer to your JBL 2.0 soundbar, you have a couple of options. First of all, you should connect your soundbar to a stereo mixer. Then, you can attach the wired subwoofer to the receiver. Of course, you'll have to sacrifice sound quality for this option. If you're looking to add more bass to your entertainment experience, a subwoofer is a great option.
If your soundbar has rear speakers, they are connected to the subwoofer through cable. It is best to position the subwoofer near the back of the room, as male voices can be quite distracting. If you're looking to connect a subwoofer to your JBL 2.0 soundbar, follow the instructions below. Afterward, the soundbar will enter pairing mode. A PAIRING or CONNECTED message should appear on the screen.
Next, you'll need to connect your soundbar to a speaker system. JBL Bar 2.1 is a good choice for home theater and offers high-quality audio performance without high-end price. With its down-firing subwoofer, you'll be able to fill up a large room with bass. It's also a good choice for cinematic movie effects or for home theater.
In addition to wireless connectivity, you can also connect to a wired subwoofer via a USB or AUX connection. The JBL Bar 2.0 has a compact design, making it easy to fit into tight spaces. It pairs well with 32-inch TVs, delivering good surround sound and crisp dialogue performance. The JBL Bar 2.0 also has a HDMI-ARC input, so you can control the speaker with your TV remote. A wall bracket is included.