How do I connect my Bose wireless subwoofer?

Answered by Antonio Sutton

To wirelessly connect your Bose wireless subwoofer, you can follow these steps:

1. First, ensure that the subwoofer is plugged into a power source. This is necessary for the subwoofer to function properly.

2. On the remote control that came with your Bose soundbar, locate the SoundTouch button. This button is usually identified by the SoundTouch logo.

3. Press and hold the SoundTouch button on the remote control. While holding the button, look for the number “7” on the remote and press and hold it as well. Keep both buttons pressed until you see the connectivity indicator on the soundbar start blinking white.

4. Once the connectivity indicator starts blinking white, it means that the soundbar is in pairing mode. At this point, you can release the SoundTouch and number 7 buttons on the remote control.

5. Now, on the back of your Bose wireless subwoofer, locate the connection button. This button is usually labeled as “Connect” or “Pairing.” Press and hold this button until you see the LED indicator on the subwoofer start blinking.

6. While the LED indicator on the subwoofer is blinking, it means that the subwoofer is also in pairing mode. Wait for a few seconds, and the soundbar and subwoofer will automatically connect wirelessly.

7. Once the connection is established, the LED indicator on both the soundbar and subwoofer should turn solid or stop blinking. This indicates that the wireless connection between the two devices is successful.

It’s important to note that the specific steps and buttons may vary slightly depending on the model of your Bose soundbar and wireless subwoofer. However, the general process should be similar. If you encounter any difficulties or have a different model, it’s best to refer to the user manual or contact Bose customer support for further assistance.

In my personal experience, I have found connecting Bose wireless subwoofers to be relatively straightforward and hassle-free. The pairing process usually takes just a few minutes, and once the connection is established, the subwoofer adds an immersive bass experience to the overall sound quality of the audio system.

Connecting a Bose wireless subwoofer to a soundbar is a great way to enhance your audio experience, especially if you enjoy deep, powerful bass.