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Connections and Controls
Soundbar Top-Panel Controls
Power button: When the soundbar is in the Standby mode (the Power LED is amber),
pressing the Power button will turn on the soundbar. When the soundbar is on (the Power
LED is blue), pressing the Power button will put it into the Standby mode.
Power LED: The Power LED will display different colors and patterns to indicate the
• Power LED is constantly blue: The soundbar is on.
• Power LED is ﬂashing blue: The soundbar is muted.
• Power LED is amber: The soundbar is in the Standby mode.
• Power LED is off: The soundbar is off.
Surround Mode button: Pressing the Surround Mode button cycles the soundbar’s audio
output through the following three surround modes: Stereo > Virtual > HARMAN Wave >
Stereo, etc. The active surround mode is indicated by the soundbar Status LEDs (see
Soundbar Status, LEDs below). See Surround Modes, on page 12, for information about
the surround modes.
Volume Down/Up buttons: Press the “–” button to decrease the volume; press the “+”
button to increase the volume.
Source Selector button: Pressing the Source Selector button changes the active input
source among the Optical Digital, Coaxial Digital and Analog input connectors. The active
input source is indicated by the soundbar Status LEDs (see below).
Volume button: Pressing the Dolby Volume button cycles the Dolby Volume
setting between off, low and high. The active setting is indicated by the soundbar Status
LEDs (see below). See Dolby Volume, on page 13, for more information about Dolby
Soundbar Status LEDs
The soundbar has three LED indicators located behind the grille, as shown in the
The status LEDs light up in different colors and numbers to indicate the following:
Active input source (white LEDs)
1 LED = Optical Digital Input
2 LEDs = Coaxial Digital Input
3 LEDs = Analog Input
Active surround mode (blue LEDs)
1 LED = Stereo mode
2 LEDs = Virtual surround mode
3 LEDs = Wave surround mode
(See Surround Modes, on page 12, for information about the surround modes.)
Room Size setting (green LEDs)
1 LED = Small room
2 LEDs = Medium room
3 LEDs = Large room
(See Surround Modes, on page 12, for information about the Room Size setting.)
Dolby Volume setting (red LEDs)
1 LED = Off
2 LEDs = Low
3 LEDs = High
(See Dolby Volume, on page 13, for information about Dolby Volume.)
NOTE: The Status LEDs will turn off after ﬁve seconds of no button presses.