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«October 2015 ©2004-2015 by Sonos, Inc. All rights reserved. Sonos PLAYBAR® Flood any room with epic, full-theater HiFi sound and wirelessly stream ...»

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October 2015 ©2004-2015 by Sonos, Inc. All rights reserved.

Sonos PLAYBAR® Flood any room with epic, full-theater HiFi sound and wirelessly stream all the music on earth through one easy-to-use player.

• Sophisticated 9-speaker design

• Connects to your TV using a single optical cable and plays everything that's connected to the TV, including cable boxes and game consoles

• Can be placed flat on a TV stand or mounted horizontally above or below the TV

• Compatible with Dolby® Digital and stereo It takes just a few minutes to get your PLAYBAR up and running—turn to page 1 to get started. Once you’ve got it set up, you can add additional Sonos products any time.

Note: One Sonos product must be connected to your broadband router. If the PLAYBAR will not be located near your router, you can connect a Sonos BRIDGE™ or any Sonos player (purchased separately) to the router instead.

What’s in the Box

• Sonos PLAYBAR

• Power Cord • 5 ft. /1.5m TOSLINK Optical Audio Cable

• Ethernet Cable

• Quick Start Guide

• Important Product Information Booklet What’s Required Television requirements The PLAYBAR is compatible with any television that has an optical digital audio output.

Home network requirements Note: Your network must have a high-speed Internet connection, as the Sonos system is designed to provide you with free, online software updates. Your Sonos system must be registered to receive these updates so be sure to register during the setup process. We do not share your e-mail address with other companies.

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• If your modem is not a modem/router combination and you want to take advantage of Sonos' automatic online updates, or stream music from an Internet-based music service, you must install a router in your home network. If you do not have a router, purchase and install one before proceeding. If you are going to use the Sonos Controller App on an Android™ or iOS device, or you are setting up Sonos wirelessly, you will need a wireless router. Please visit our website at http://faq.sonos.com/apps for more information.

Note: Sonos communicates over a 2.4GHz home network supporting 802.11 b/g/n wireless technology. 5GHz networks are not supported in a completely wireless Sonos setup.

• Connect a Sonos BRIDGE, BOOST™ or player to your router if:

• You have a larger home where the WiFi performance isn’t reliable and you want to strengthen the wireless performance of your Sonos system.

• Your WiFi network is already in high demand with streaming video and web surfing and you want to create a separate wireless network exclusively for your Sonos speakers.

• Your home network is 5GHz only (not switchable to 2.4GHz).

• For best results, you should connect the computer or NAS drive that contains your personal music library collection to your home network router using an Ethernet cable.

Before You Begin Prior to installing the Sonos PLAYBAR, make sure all external components, such as your cable box, DVD player, etc. are connected directly to your TV.

If you have any existing home theater or surround sound equipment, disconnect it from your television.

Sonos PLAYBAR PLAYBAR Front Note: The grill cloth is not removable. Tampering with the cloth may damage your PLAYBAR.

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Selecting a Location The PLAYBAR’s flexible design allows for multiple orientations. You can wall mount it above or below your television or place it on a tabletop. See the guidelines below for more information.

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• Do not place the PLAYBAR in a cabinet or on a walled shelf. Both ends of the PLAYBAR should be at least 1 ft. (30cm) from a wall or other obstruction.





Wall mounting The PLAYBAR can be mounted above or below your television using the PLAYBAR Wall Mount Kit (purchased separately). Please turn to page 20 for detailed wall-mounting instructions.

Setting Up the PLAYBAR The PLAYBAR is compatible with Sonos software versions 4.0 and later. If you are adding the PLAYBAR to an existing Sonos system, be sure to check for software updates before adding the PLAYBAR to your Sonos system.

1. Carefully unpack the package contents.

2. Choose a location for the PLAYBAR. Refer to “Selecting a Location” for help with this step.

3. Remove the protective cap from each end of the optical audio cable.

Sonos PLAYBAR

4. Connect the optical audio cable (supplied) from your TV’s digital audio out (optical) to the PLAYBAR’s digital audio in (optical) being careful not to twist or bend the cable. The PLAYBAR’s digital audio in and the optical cable are ’D-shaped’—be sure to align for proper insertion.

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5. Attach the power adapter to the PLAYBAR and apply power. Be sure to push the power cord firmly into the PLAYBAR until it is flush with the surface.

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6. (OPTIONAL) If you are setting up your PLAYBAR with a SUB and/or surround speakers, position them in your room and apply power.

(You will be prompted to add these components to your Sonos system after the PLAYBAR is added.)

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If you purchased Sonos PLAY:1 or PLAY:3 surround speakers, place the speakers to the left and right of your main viewing position, level with or behind the main viewing position. They can be placed either horizontally or vertically, but make sure both speakers have the same orientation.

Note: Expandable PLAYBAR home theater setup For a 3.1 home theater experience, pair a SUB with your PLAYBAR.

For a 5.0 home theatre experience, bond a pair of PLAY:1 or PLAY:3 speakers with your PLAYBAR.

For a 5.1 home theater experience, pair a SUB and a pair of PLAY:1 or PLAY:3

speakers with your PLAYBAR.

Sonos PLAYBAR

7. Using a handheld Sonos controller (including iPad®, iPhone®, iPod touch®, Android® smartphone or tablet, Kindle Fire™), open the app and follow the online prompts to set up your Sonos system.

If you don’t have a Sonos controller app installed, download it from the application store on your device.

Note: Sonos does not recommend using the Sonos Controller for Mac or PC to set up your PLAYBAR.

If you are setting up a new Sonos system, when prompted, add your Sonos products in the

following order:

a. If you have connected a Sonos product to your router, add it first.

b. Add the PLAYBAR (if it is not the product connected to your router.) c. Add any additional Sonos products you purchased.

If you are adding to an existing Sonos system:

a. First check for software updates—the PLAYBAR is compatible with Sonos software versions 4.0 and later.

b. Add the PLAYBAR to your Sonos system by selecting Add a Player or SUB from the Settings menu on a handheld controller.

c. Add any additional Sonos products you purchased.

You may be prompted to update the new Sonos product(s) after you add them to your Sonos system.

Thick walls, 2.4 GHz cordless telephones, or the presence of other wireless devices can interfere with or block the wireless network signals from your Sonos system. If you experience difficulty after positioning a Sonos product, try one or more of the following resolutions—relocate the Sonos product; change the wireless channel your music system is operating on; connect a Sonos product to your router if your setup is currently wireless.

If you’d like additional assistance:

• If you need help turning off your TV speakers, see page 26 for more information.

• If you need help configuring a remote control to work with your PLAYBAR, see page 10 for more information.

• If a message appears on the TV whenever you adjust the volume up and down, it may be possible to eliminate it. If you are using a cable remote, see page 24. If you are using a universal remote, see page 25 for additional help.

• If you want to play music through the PLAYBAR, see page 19 for more information.

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Remote control setup During PLAYBAR setup, you were guided through the process of configuring a remote control. If you did not configure one then, or wish to use a different remote control with your PLAYBAR, follow the steps below.

If you are configuring a new remote because a distracting message appears on the television whenever you adjust the volume, please go to “Eliminating annoying messages on your TV when using a cable, satellite, or set top box remote”, or “Eliminating annoying messages on your TV when using a universal remote” for additional information.

Using a handheld Sonos controller

1. Select Room Settings from the Settings menu.

2. Select the room your PLAYBAR is located in.

3. Select TV Setup and Control - Remote Control Setup.

If a remote control is already configured for use with your PLAYBAR you will be asked if you want to replace it.

4. Pick up the remote control you wish to begin using with the PLAYBAR.

5. Point the remote at the PLAYBAR and press the Volume Up button on the remote control.

• If the remote control is recognized, click Done. You can now use that remote to control the volume and mute settings on your PLAYBAR.

• If the remote control is not recognized, you will be prompted to make additional button presses to complete the setup process.

Using the Sonos Controller for Mac or PC

1. Select Manage - Settings (PC) or Sonos - Preferences (Mac).

2. Select Room Settings if it is not already highlighted on the left.

3. Choose the room the PLAYBAR is located in from the Room Settings for drop-down.

4. Select the TV Setup tab.

5. Click Remote Control Setup.

6. Pick up the remote control you wish to begin using with the PLAYBAR, and then click Next.

7. Point the remote at the PLAYBAR and press the Volume Up button on the remote control.

• If the remote control is recognized, click Done. You can now use that remote to control the volume and mute settings on your PLAYBAR.

• If the remote control is not recognized, you will be prompted to make additional button presses to complete the setup process.

If a message appears on the television whenever you adjust the volume up and down, please see “Eliminating annoying messages on your TV when using a cable, satellite, or set top box remote” or “Eliminating annoying messages on your TV when using a universal remote” for additional information.

Sonos PLAYBAR Equalization (EQ) During the PLAYBAR setup process you were guided through the audio calibration process. If desired, you can change the sound settings (bass, treble or loudness) for the Sonos PLAYBAR. Bass boosts lower frequencies, treble boosts higher frequencies, while loudness boosts certain frequencies, including bass, to improve the sound at low volume.

Any manual EQ changes you make will be reset whenever you go through the audio recalibration process (see page 11 for more information).

Using a handheld Sonos controller

1. From the Settings menu, select Room Settings.

2. Select the room you want to adjust.

3. Select Equalization.

4. Choose one of the following options:

• Drag your finger across the bass or treble sliders to make adjustments.

• Select On or Off to adjust the Loudness setting.

Using the Sonos Controller for Mac or PC

1. Select Manage - Settings (PC) or Sonos - Preferences (Mac).

2. Select Room Settings if it is not already highlighted on the left.

3. Choose the room the PLAYBAR is located in from the Room Settings for list, and then select the EQ tab.

4. Choose one of the following options:

• Click and drag the bass or treble sliders to make adjustments.

• Click the Loudness checkbox to turn the loudness setting on or off.

5. Close the Settings window when changes are complete.

Recalibrating the audio If you have a SUB and/or Sonos surround speakers associated with your PLAYBAR, you may wish to make some adjustments after initial setup. You will likely wish to recalibrate the audio if you move any Sonos products in the room.

If you made any manual adjustments to EQ settings, these will be reset during the recalibration process.

Using a handheld Sonos controller

1. From the Settings menu, select Room Settings.



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