Cinema SB200 - Black - Plug-and-Play Bluetooth Soundbar Speaker - Hero
Cinema SB200 - Black - Plug-and-Play Bluetooth Soundbar Speaker - Hero

Cinema SB200

You’ve got a high-definition, flat-panel TV screen that flawlessly displays all the grandeur of your video the way that its creators intended. But how about the audio? Unfortunately, these screens don’t come with speakers that match the brilliance of their video. The JBL® Cinema SB200 provides you the outstanding JBL sound that we install in movie theaters throughout the world – and does it without compromising space or style. This two-channel soundbar speaker features dual 3-1/2-inch (89-millimeter) woofers, two 1-inch (25-millimeter) tweeters, a built-in amplifier that offers up to 120 watts, HARMAN Display Surround technology for 3D sound and dual-positioning equalization that optimizes the soundbar’s performance based on its location. Its high-excursion drivers and precision bass port work to deliver powerful, resounding bass, so there’s no need to add a separate subwoofer. But what makes the SB200 even more impressive is its integrated Bluetooth® technology, which allows you to stream music easily from digital audio devices such as your iPhone, iPad, smartphone, tablet, MP3 player, laptop or personal computer. But more than providing you with exceptional sound, the SB200 also looks fabulous. Able to complement flat-panel TVs that are 32 inches (812 millimeters) and larger, the JBL Cinema SB200 is ready to grace your living room with powerful bass and beautiful sound.

Product Specifications

General Specifications

Enclosure type Ported

Audio Specifications

Speaker Frequency Response 60Hz - 20kHz (-6dB)
Speaker Maximum Recommended Amplifier Power 60 watts peak per channel

Dimension Specifications

Speaker Weight (lb) 11.5
Speaker Width (in) 35-1/2
Speaker Depth (mm) 103
Speaker Weight (kg) 5.1
Speaker Height (in) 4-9/16
Speaker Depth (in) 4-1/6
Speaker Height (mm) 116
Speaker Width (mm) 901
Dimensions (H x W x D) 4-9/16" x 35-1/2" x 4-1/16" (116 mm x 901mm x 103mm
Weight 11.5 lb. (5.1kg)

Speaker Specifications

Speaker Low-Frequency Transducer One 3-1/2" (89mm) cone per channel
Speaker Enclosure Type Ported
Speaker High-Frequency Transducer One 1" (25mm) dome per channel
Please consult the documents for in-depth specs

Documents & Downloads

Videos

What’s in the Box

  • 1 Cinema SB200 system
  • 1 IR remote control
  • 1 power cable
  • 1 optical audio cable
  • 1 analog audio cable
  • 1 wall-mounting bracket
  • 1 warranty card
  • Quick-start guide

FAQs & How-Tos

I do not get audio from my TV.
Make sure the optical connection is seated securely on the SB200 and on your device. Go into your device settings and make sure the digital output is enabled. On TV displays the option usually states "enable external speakers" or enable "digital audio output".
My remote control is not working. I have a credit card-sized remote with disc type battery. Do I need to replace the remote control?
It is usually not necessary to replace an unresponsive remote control. First, check to see if there is a small plastic tab extending out of the base of the remote control. This is a protective sleeve installed on new remote controls to prevent the battery from draining. Pull this tab to remove the plastic sleeve. The sleeve must be removed before the remote will operate. If the sleeve was removed or not present and the remote control is not working then a new battery should be installed before replacing the remote control. There is a small slide out drawer that houses the battery. The battery type will be either CR2025 or CR2032 for remotes of this size. Replacement batteries are commonly available from most electronic and convenience stores that sell small batteries. Check the number on the original battery and replace it with a battery that uses the same number. These steps will typically solve the problem.
When I am trying to program my Cinema SB100, 200 or 400 to learn the volume up, down and the mute codes from my TV remote controller, I can only get mute, or perhaps mute and a volume code, to work correctly. What is wrong?
This problem is usually caused by pressing down too hard on the soundbar's VOL + or VOL - Buttons. Only press just enough for one click to be felt. If a second click is felt in the button, you are pressing too hard, and you are actually activating the MUTE function for learning, not VOL up or down. You may have to repeatedly let go of the VOL button on the soundbar, followed by pressing it again and then pressing the VOL button on the TV remote before the surround light on the soundbar lights up white and goes back to amber flashing, as a sign that this function has been learned. This is no problem, though. Just keep trying until the three commands have been learned. The soundbar only exits learning mode when you press and hold the surround button as the final step.

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