11.1.4-channel soundbar with detachable surround speakers, MultiBeam™, Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X®
Getting started with your BAR 1300X
Documents & Downloads
- Sound system
- 11.1.4 channel
- Power supply
- 100 - 240V AC, ~ 50/60Hz
- Networked standby power
- < 2.0W
- Operating temperature
- 0°C - 45°C
- Total speaker power output (Max @THD 1%)
- Soundbar output power (Max @THD 1%)
- Surround speaker output power (Max @THD 1%)
- 2x 110W
- Subwoofer output power (Max. @THD 1%)
- 300 W
- Soundbar transducer
- 6x (46x90)mm racetrack drivers, 5x 0.75" (20mm) tweeters, 4x 2.75" (70mm) up-firing full-range drivers
- Surround speaker transducer
- (46x90)mm racetrack driver, 0.75" (20mm) tweeter, 2.75" (70mm) up-firing full-range driver, 2x (48x69)mm rounded rectangle Passive Radiators
- Subwoofer transducer
- 12” (311mm)
- Frequency response
- 33Hz - 20kHz (-6dB)
- Audio inputs
- 1 Optical, Bluetooth, USB (USB playback is available in US version. For other versions, USB is for Service only.)
- Total soundbar dimensions (W x H x D)
- 1376 x 60 x 139 mm / 54.2" x 2.4" x 5.5"
- Main soundbar dimensions (W x H x D)
- 1000 x 60 x 139 mm / 39.4" x 2.4" x 5.5"
- Detachable surround speaker dimensions (each) (W x H x D)
- 202 x 60 x 139 mm / 8" x 2.4" x 5.5"
- Subwoofer dimensions (W x H x D)
- 366 x 481 x 366 mm / 14.4" x 18.9" x 14.4"
- Soundbar weight
- 4.3kg / 9.5 lbs
- Detachable surround speaker weight (each)
- 1.25 kg / 2.75 lbs
- Subwoofer weight
- 15.65 kg / 34.5 lbs
- Packaging dimensions (W x H x D)
- 450 x 1135 x 549 mm/ 17.7" x 44.7" x 21.6"
- Packaging Weight
- 27kg / 59.50 lbs
- USB port
- Type A
- USB rating
- 5V DC, 0.5A
- Supporting file format
- MP3 codec
- MPEG 1 Layer 2/3, MPEG 2 Layer 3, MPEG 2.5 Layer 3
- MP3 sampling rate
- 16 - 48 kHz
- MP3 bitrate
- 80 - 320 kpbs
- Bluetooth version
- Main bar - 5.0, Detachable surround speaker - 5.2
- Bluetooth profile
- Main bar - A2DP 1.2 and AVRCP 1.5, Detachable surround speaker - A2DP 1.3 and AVRCP 1.6
- Bluetooth transmitter frequency range
- 2400MHz – 2483.5MHz
- Bluetooth transmitter power
- <15dBm (EIRP)
- Wi-Fi network
- IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax (2.4GHz/5GHz)
- 2.4G Wi-Fi transmitter frequency range
- 2412 - 2472MHz (2.4GHz ISM Band, USA 11 Channels, Europe and others 13 channels)
- 2.4G Wi-Fi transmitter power
- < 20dBm (EIRP)
- 5G Wi-Fi transmitter frequency range
- 5.15 - 5.35GHz, 5.470-5.725GHz, 5.725 - 5.825GHz
- 5G Wi-Fi transmitter power
- 5.15-5.25GHz <23dBm, 5.25-5.35GHz & 5.47-5.725GHz <20dBm, 5.725-5.825GHz <14dBm (EIRP)
- 2.4G wireless frequency range
- 2406 - 2474MHz
- 2.4G wireless power
- ＜10dBm (EIRP）
- Lithium battery
- 3.635V, 6600 mAh
- Detachable surround speaker playtime
- up to 12 Hours (may vary according to content type and volume level)
- HDMI video input
- HDMI video output (with Enhanced Audio Return Channel, eARC)
- HDMI HDCP version
- HDR pass through
- HDR10, Dolby Vision
You've never heard anything like the JBL Bar 1300X—in your living room or anywhere else. More than just a great soundbar, it’s a full sound system. It features MultiBeam™ and six up-firing drivers—four in the bar and two in the detachable battery-powered surround speakers—that deliver massive Dolby Atmos® and DTS:X 3D surround sound, centering you in your music, movies, and games. 1170W of total output power and thrilling bass from a 12” subwoofer is more than enough to make the room shake. Though, you'll never miss a word with due to our PureVoice technology, which makes sure the dialogue is clear even when other sounds are at their loudest. When you want to enjoy your favorite tunes choose streaming via either AirPlay, Alexa Multiroom Music (MRM), or Chromecast built-in™ that give you over 300 music streaming options. But that’s not all. Your choices are as unlimited as you are because you can also pair the soundbar to your Bluetooth device. You can even take one of the detachable speakers (or both for powerful stereo sound) out to your kitchen or patio and enjoy listening to your favorite music or podcast there.
FAQs & How-Tos
NOTE: Apple IOS users are not able to find their MAC address in Google Home app due to privacy policies in the USA and European market.We advise setting up your device on a less secure network. Log into the router and retrieve the MAC address for your device then add it to your preferred network.
Instructions below are for Android only
- Open your Google Home app
- Enable Bluetooth on your device.
- Enable Location service on your Android device.
- Remember to "Allow" Google Home to view your location while using the app (You are asked during setup of the Google Home app).
- In case you denied access go to Settings Apps Google Home Permissions Allow to view Location.
- When you at selecting the Wi-Fi network from the list of available networks, before tapping on your network you need to get the MAC address.
- Tap the located top right corner.
- In the pop-up menu press "Show MAC address" Write down the MAC Address.
You can now add the MAC address to your local Wireless router or system if your configuration requires this before installing the device on your network.
Finding the MAC address after speaker is installed
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- Open your Google Home app .
- Tap on to view your home.
- Find your room .
- In the top right corner tap Settings icon .
- Scroll down to the bottom of the screen. You will see some system information and the MAC address as well.
Learn how to troubleshoot when you can’t connect your Google Assistant device to your home Wi-Fi network.
Let us walk-through a list of things needed to ensure every requirement is met.
- Check your mobile device if that is able to connect to same Wireless network.
- Make sure you are within range of your Wireless router.
- Check the Wireless signal on your mobile device, does it have a weak signal then move closer to the router.
- Try both Wireless network bands 2.4GHz and 5GHz in case one of them are failing.
- You will have longer range with 2.4GHz, but less performance and most of the times a crowded network (many devices are using 2.4GHz band).
- You will have less interference with 5GHz and higher performance, however, the range of the 5GHz network has shorter range.
- Try using a different mobile device, if you have one.
- Reboot your Wireless network router and your mobile device.
Wireless Network Extender
Some houses or apartments can be too big for one Wireless network router to cover it all.
Let's talk about the issues that might appear with an Extender network.
- Network Extenders that will help cover poor signal in your home, often results in poor connection and low speed performance.
- Often the Network Extender is a low budget device or not suited for having too many devices attached to it.
- Placement of the speaker is crucial as you can put it in a place where it could connect to either main Wireless router or the Extender, that will confuse Wireless network devices.
- To solve this issue, try move the speaker closer to main router or have fewer devices attached to your Wireless Extender.
- In addition, always use 5GHz connection between your Network extender and main router (best solution and performance).
One Wireless Network Name (SSID)
- You may have set the Wireless Network SSID (Wi-Fi network name) to one big Wireless network (With a main router + Extender(s).
- If the JBL LINK device is within range of both Wireless networks (Main router & Extender) then it can get confused with which one to connect to.
- To solve this issue, using two different name for your extended network will help with the performance of the JBL LINK Speaker and Google Assistant request.
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