I was trying to decide what kind of subwoofer I needed to pair with my LG TV when I stumbled upon a trick that might help you out too.

In this blog post, I want to share with you a quick trick to pairing an LG soundbar with a subwoofer. When you first buy your TV, it comes with a lot of speakers. However, these speakers don’t provide the best audio quality.

This is because they have a flat frequency response and do not cover the bass range. If you are looking to have the best sound possible on your TV, I highly recommend getting a subwoofer for your TV instead of speakers.

So without any further ado, let’s begin the topic discussion.

5 Tips to Pair LG Soundbar to Subwoofer: 

In this post, we will show you how to connect an LG soundbar to a subwoofer. When you are first buying your LG TV, it has a bunch of speakers built into it. However, these speakers do not provide the best audio quality. So review the following steps and enjoy the best sound quality.

1. Locate the Subwoofer in your Home:

This is the most important step before you go ahead with the installation. If you have never done this before, be sure to read the manual carefully so that you do not mess anything up. You may need to measure and locate the area on your wall where you can fit in the subwoofer. You may also need to know the maximum wattage that you can use.

It is better to install it in a room with lower levels than one that is very close to the ceiling. When installing the subwoofer, make sure that you set it at a level that does not disturb your neighbors or pets.

2. Place the LG Soundbar Above the TV Stand:

If you want to pair a soundbar with a subwoofer, placing the soundbar above the TV stand might be the perfect spot for you. The reason is that the speakers of the soundbar do not get much interference from the speakers of the TV. 

Also, placing the TV below the stand means that it will obstruct the sound that comes out of the speakers. This is where you will be able to enjoy a great sound quality by just moving the subwoofer closer to the TV.

3. Install the Power Cable on the Back of the Soundbar:

You should connect the power cord to the power outlet before connecting it to the TV. If you connect them, you might get an error that says something like “Not enough voltage”.

In this case, you need to disconnect the soundbar’s power cord from the wall socket and reconnect it to the power outlet, then connect the TV to the soundbar’s power cord.

4. Turn on the Soundbar and Check if it is Working Fine:

For the soundbar to work with your TV, you need to have your TV and soundbar powered on. You can also make sure that the soundbar is plugged into the wall so that it receives power from the wall. You will need to unplug the soundbar from the wall to use it with the TV.

Once the TV and soundbar are turned on, the soundbar should playback all of the channels, just like the TV. You will see the soundbar next to the TV on the screen.

Make sure that the soundbar is on and check the settings. Make sure that the volume and equalizer settings are as per your preference. If everything seems fine, you can proceed to the next step.

5. Connect the Soundbar With a Subwoofer: 

As mentioned earlier, the flat frequency response of speakers does not provide the best audio quality, and you may hear low frequencies as muffled, which will make the movie or TV drama appear boring.

If you would like to enjoy the best sound possible, then I strongly recommend getting a subwoofer with a bass extension instead of speakers. The benefit is that you will be able to enjoy the audio content more.

The trick is to pair the subwoofer with the TV soundbar. When you connect the soundbar and the subwoofer, it will provide a great quality of audio from the TV.

The Bottom Line:

LG speakers make the sound better than any others in the market. I like them very much because of their high quality and ease of installation.

However, if you are going to buy a subwoofer, it is a good idea to know how to pair your soundbar and subwoofer together.

To make the connectivity easy follow the steps that we have mentioned above.

Steven Paul
Hi, I'm Steven Paul! I am dedicated to helping people learn more about subwoofers. My age is 49-year-old and passionate for helping others by doing detailed research, I really like working on SubwooferGuides.com because it gives me the opportunity to use my knowledge of research on Musical Guides. I have been researching about musical instruments for over 20 years and there is nothing that I love more than helping beginners get into the hobby of home theater audio. My goal with this site is to provide an unbiased resource where beginner's can come and find all the information they need to make educated decisions when shopping for their first subwoofer system.