How To Connect Blaupunkt Soundbar To Tv

  • Through the classic HDMI cable
  • Through Bluetooth connectivity
  • Using an optical cable.

NB/ Each method offers its own set of advantages, catering to different preferences and setups.

How To Connect Blaupunkt Soundbar To Tv using Bluetooth Connectivity

Bluetooth connectivity provides the freedom to eliminate wires and enjoy a clutter-free setup, allowing you to effortlessly stream audio from your TV to your Blaupunkt soundbar.

Follow these steps to establish a seamless Bluetooth connection:

Step 1: Ensure Bluetooth Compatibility

Confirm that both your TV and Blaupunkt soundbar are equipped with Bluetooth functionality.

Most modern TVs and soundbars come with Bluetooth capabilities, but it’s always good to double-check.

Step 2: Activate Bluetooth on Soundbar

Turn on the Bluetooth feature on your Blaupunkt soundbar. To achieve this, press the MODES button on your remote control, or use the M button on the soundbar to select BT mode.

Step 3: Enter Pairing Mode

As you enter BT mode, the soundbar will automatically initiate pairing mode.

On your TV, navigate to the Bluetooth settings and select the option to search for devices.

Step 4: Connect Devices

In the list of available devices, locate and select “BSB210DWS” to initiate the pairing process.

The LED on the soundbar indicating BT mode will stop flashing once a successful connection is established.

Similarly, you should see a confirmation message on your TV upon successful connection.  

Step 5: Adjust Audio Settings

Navigate to your TV’s audio settings to ensure that the audio output is directed to the Bluetooth-connected soundbar. This step may vary depending on your TV model.

Step 6: Disconnect/Unpair Devices

To disconnect or unpair your devices, you can either switch to another mode on the soundbar or disable Bluetooth on your smart device.

Alternatively, go to your TV settings and unpair the Soundbar from the list of connected devices.


Keep in mind that Bluetooth has a limited range, and obstacles like walls can affect the signal. Ensure that the TV and soundbar are within a reasonable proximity for optimal connectivity. This is estimated as approximately 8 meters.

While this Soundbar is designed to work with various Bluetooth devices, compatibility may vary.

In case of a weak signal, the Soundbar may disconnect, but it will remain in Bluetooth mode until the signal strengthens.

If you already have a device connected to the Soundbar and wish to pair a new one, press and hold the PLAY/PAUSE button to enter pairing mode while disconnecting the current connection.

How To Connect Blaupunkt Soundbar To Tv Using an Optical Cable.

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Why Is My TV Not Recognizing My Sound Bar?

If your TV is not recognizing your soundbar, there could be several reasons for this issue. Here are some common troubleshooting steps to help you identify and resolve the problem:

Check Physical Connections

  • Ensure that all cables are securely and correctly connected. Double-check both ends of the cable connecting the TV to the soundbar.
  • If you’re using HDMI, make sure the cable is plugged into the correct HDMI port on both the TV and the soundbar.

Power Cycle Devices

  • Turn off both the TV and the soundbar.
  • Unplug the power cables from both devices.
  • Wait for a few minutes.
  • Plug in the power cables and turn on the devices.

Select the Correct Input

  • Use the TV remote to select the correct input source for the soundbar. Ensure that the input source on the soundbar matches the port you’ve connected it to.

Update Firmware

  • Check if there are any available firmware updates for your soundbar. Visit the manufacturer’s website or refer to the user manual for instructions on updating firmware.

Check TV Settings

  • Go to your TV’s audio settings and ensure that the audio output is set to the correct source (e.g., HDMI ARC, optical, or Bluetooth).
  • If using HDMI ARC, make sure that the HDMI-CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) feature is enabled on both the TV and the soundbar.

Bluetooth Pairing

  • If you are using Bluetooth, ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on both the TV and the soundbar. Follow the specific pairing instructions for your soundbar model.

Try Another Connection Method

  • If one connection method is not working, try an alternative method (e.g., if using HDMI, try optical or Bluetooth) to see if the issue persists.

Test with Another Device

  • Connect the soundbar to another audio source (e.g., a smartphone or tablet) to verify if the issue is specific to the TV or the soundbar.

Reset the Soundbar

  • Refer to your soundbar’s user manual for instructions on how to perform a factory reset. This can help clear any internal settings that may be causing the issue.

Contact Manufacturer Support

  • If the problem persists, and your soundbar is still under warranty, consider reaching out to the manufacturer’s customer support for assistance.

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