JBL Bar 5.1 Surround
5.1 channel soundbar with MultiBeam™ Sound Technology
Getting started with your JBL Bar 5.1 Surround
Documents & Downloads
- Bar 5.1 CNTR (Soundbar Unit), BAR 5.1 SUB (Subwoofer Unit)
- Power supply
- 100 - 240V AC, ~ 50/60Hz
- Soundbar output power (Max. @THD 1%)
- 5 x 50W
- Subwoofer output power (Max. @THD 1%)
- standby power
- networked standby power
- Operating temperature
- 0°C - 45°C
- BAR 5.1 SURROUND is in compliance with European Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 and (EU) No 801/2013.
- Off Mode
- Network Standby
- Time to standby
- * Standby
- in the condition of all wireless connections of Soundbar are deactivated, if no provide any audio or video signal to the Soundbar unit, the Soundbar unit will automatically into standby mode in 10 minutes.
- * Networked standby
- in the condition of any wireless connection of Soundbar is activated, if no provide any audio or video signal to the Soundbar unit, the Subwoofer and Soundbar unit will automatically into networked standby mode in 10 minutes.
- Any audio or video recover will bring device from standby to operation mode.
- Total speaker power output (Max. @THD 1%)
- Max SPL
- Frequency response
- 40Hz - 20KHz
- Audio inputs
- 1 Optical, Bluetooth, USB (USB playback is available in US version. For other versions, USB is for Service only.)
- MP3 Codec
- MPEG 1 Layer 2/3, MPEG 2 Layer 3, MPEG 2.5 Layer 3
- MP3 sampling rate
- 16KHz - 48 KHz
- MP3 bitrate
- 80kbps - 320kbps
- Soundbar transducer
- 5 x racetrack drivers +2 x 31.75(mm) side-firing tweeters
- Subwoofer transducer
- Dimensions (W x H x D)
- 1018 x 58 x 100mm (Soundbar); 305 x 440 x 305mm (Subwoofer)
- 2.85KG (Soundbar); 10.62Kg (Subwoofer)
- USB port
- Type A
- USB rating
- 5V DC, 0.5A
- Supporting file format
- mp3, wav
- Bluetooth version
- Bluetooth profile
- A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.5
- Bluetooth frequency range
- 2402MHz - 2480MHz
- Bluetooth Max. transmitting power
- <11dBm (EIRP)
- Modulation Type
- GFSK, π/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK
- Wi-Fi network
- IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz/5GHz)
- 2.4G Wi-Fi frequency range
- 2412 – 2472MHz (2.4GHz ISM Band, USA 11 Channels, Europe and others 13 Channels)
- 2.4G Wi-Fi Max. transmitting power
- Modulation Type
- DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK, QPSK, BPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM
- 5G Wi-Fi frequency range
- 5.15 - 5.35GHz, 5.725 - 5.825GHz
- 5G Wi-Fi Max. transmitting power
- Modulation Type
- QPSK, BPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM
- 5G Wireless frequency range
- 5161.35 - 5245.35MHz, 5736.35 - 5820.35MHz
- 5G Max. transmitting power
- <9dBm (EIRP)
- Modulation Type
- π/4 DQPSK
- HDMI Video input
- HDMI Video output (With Audio return channel)
- HDMI HDCP version
Experience panoramic surround sound
The impressive JBL Bar 5.1 Surround delivers the ultimate home cinematic experience. Bring everything you watch to life with 550 Watts of power and a 250mm subwoofer: the driving bass of an action movie, the tension of a thriller or the beauty of a nature documentary. Built-in Chromecast and Airplay 2 lets you stream and manage online content, and Bluetooth means your streamed music sounds great, too. Amazing surround sound comes from JBL MultiBeam™ technology. JBL has powered the world’s movie theatres for more than 75 years. Now you can bring that power home.
FAQs & How-Tos
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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