If you have a Bluetooth enabled TV and soundbar it’s possible to connect the two with no interconnecting audio leads altogether, which can be helpful when installing your TV on the wall. For this type of connection to work often the soundbar and TV need to be the same manufacturer to get sound out of the TV through the soundbar.
You can almost always connect a soundbar to your TV with Bluetooth, even if one or both devices are not Bluetooth ready. Those instances of lacking Bluetooth capability are tricky, but with a little ingenuity (and a little money) you can get rid of those wires gathering dust behind your TV.
Digital optical cable (back of tv) connect soundbar to tv Be aware when connecting the digital optical cable it may have a cap on the end that needs to be removed first, also note that the cable can only fit into the square hole in a certain position, so be careful you do not damage it.
WiFi connection is not possible with all soundbars and TVs. For example, if you are trying to connect Samsung products, then you need: A TV made after 2013A compatible Samsung soundbar We recommend the Samsung QN32Q50RAFXZA Smart TV and the Samsung 3.0 Sound+ Premium Soundbar HW-MS650/ZA (see them on Amazon).
The best way to enhance your TV’s sound quality is to connect it to an external sound system such as home theater, stereo receiver, or a soundbar among other options. So, if you are currently struggling to connect your Samsung smart TV to your home theater system, we have got you covered.
I have a UU40KU6100 and a humax freesat box. Would like to connect to a as yet not purchased soundbar. Any advice on which soundar to purchase to enable sound when using tv and/or humax @theapple: The UE40KU6100 can connect to external speakers and soundbars via HDMI ARC, Optical cable and Bluetooth therefore there’s not much restricting you from a connection standpoint.
Connect your TV to an external audio system for audio sources that originate from or must pass through your TV internally, such as over-the-air broadcasts. If you have a Smart TV, connect audio from streaming content, using one of the above options that you may have access to.
Most of the audio and video devices you buy for a TV plug in to an HDMI connector, but if your TV only has two HDMI inputs then it will be at capacity with just a Sky box and a Blu-ray player. Nobody likes leaning over the TV to shift around connections, unplugging the PVR to connect a Blu-ray player all while trying desperately not to knock it over.
Connecting Roku TV to Your Soundbar When it comes to connecting your soundbar to a Roku TV, that proves to be not the most intuitive part of Roku’s interface. But, worry not, the solution is …