You can connect your Soundbar to an NFC-enabled smart device through a Bluetooth connection with a simple setup. Once connected, you can enjoy music stored in your smart device through the Soundbar. It is supported in some area’s models only.

+Connecting with NFC and smart devices

1.Detach the NFC sticker label from the package and attach it to a desired spot.

Putting the NFC sticker within a 3m radius from the unit is recommanded.

Do not attach the NFC sticker on a metallic surface including the Soundbar.

Metallic object may interfere with communication and the NFC sticker may not work properly.

2.Press the ( ) button on the main unit’s front panel or the (SOURCE) button on the remote control to select the BT mode.

3.Enable the NFC function of your smart device.

4.Bring your smart device’s NFC antenna close to the NFC label.

5.When the connection prompt appears on your smart device’s display, select <Yes>.

Once the connection is established, the completion message appears.

￿To reconnect once the initial connection had been successful, start from step 3.

+Disconnecting NFC

Bring your smart device’s NFC antenna close to the NFC label on the Soundbar again.

The disconnection message appears on the smart device's display.

+To connect another smart device to the Soundbar which is already connected to another NFC compatible device

Bring the new smart device close to the NFC label of the Soundbar.

● The NFC function is implemented in Android v4.1.2 Jelly Bean and later operating systems.

-To make NFC connections, your smart device needs both Android OS 4.1.2 Jelly Bean or later and the NFC tag for NFC function execution. You also need to download the "Samsung NFC Connection" application from the Google Play store and install it on your smart device. For further details, please refer to the smart device’s user manual.

The location of the NFC antenna is different in different devices. Confirm the location of your smart device’s antenna in the device's user manual before attempting to pair it with the Soundbar.

If your smart device is in a thick housing or case, the NFC connection may not be stable.

The N-mark is a trade mark or registered trade mark of the NFC Forum Inc. in the United States and other countries.

If you have trouble with an NFC connection

-Actually touching your smart device to the NFC label can cause NFC connection failure.

-If the "Empty tag" error is displayed on the smart device, please try again.

-Check whether your smart device’s antenna is close enough to the NFC logo.

If you turn off the Soundbar when the Network Standby On feature is ON, and then try to connect a Bluetooth device that has been previously connected using NFC, the Soundbar will turn on automatically when the device connects. To set the Network Standby On feature, see page 23.