How to Easily Connect Bluetooth Audio Devices to Your Google TV

Are you struggling to connect your new Bluetooth soundbar to your Google TV? Don't worry, we've got you covered! In this guide, we'll show you how to effortlessly connect Bluetooth audio devices to your Google TV, so you can enjoy your favorite shows and movies with enhanced sound quality.

Connecting a New Bluetooth Device

If you've recently purchased a soundbar or any other Bluetooth audio device, you'll need to connect it to your Google TV. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Open the Settings on your Google TV.
  2. Scroll down and select Remotes & Accessories.
  3. Use the D-pad to scroll down and choose Pair accessory.
  4. Your Google TV will start searching for nearby Bluetooth devices. Once your audio device is detected, select it.
  5. Tap on Pair to establish a connection.

After successfully connecting, you'll see the status Connected under the Bluetooth device's name. Now, any media you play on your Google TV will be played through your Bluetooth audio device.

Tip: If you have multiple Bluetooth audio devices of the same type, you can rename each of them to avoid confusion.

Reconnect a Paired Bluetooth Device

Usually, a previously connected Bluetooth device should automatically reconnect to your Google TV. However, if you're experiencing any issues, here's how you can reconnect it:

  1. Open the Settings on your Google TV.
  2. Scroll down and select Remotes & Accessories.
  3. Choose the previously connected Bluetooth device from the list.
  4. Tap on Connect to initiate the reconnection process.
  5. Confirm the reconnection by selecting Yes.

By following these steps, your previously paired Bluetooth device will be successfully reconnected to your Google TV.

Remove a Paired Bluetooth Device

If you have too many Bluetooth devices connected to your Google TV and want to remove some of them, follow these steps:

  1. In the Settings menu on your Google TV, select Remotes & Accessories.
  2. Choose the previously connected Bluetooth device you want to remove.
  3. Tap on Forget to start the removal process.
  4. Confirm the removal by selecting Yes.

By removing unused Bluetooth devices, you can keep your connections organized and easily manage your audio devices.

Google TV with Bluetooth Audio Devices

Now that you know how to connect, reconnect, and remove Bluetooth audio devices from your Google TV, you can enjoy your favorite content with enhanced sound quality. Whether you're hosting a party or simply want a better audio experience, these steps will ensure a seamless connection. So, get ready to plan that long-due party and enjoy your Google TV to the fullest!

And if you're interested in connecting AirPods or any other Bluetooth headphones to your PS5, check out our guide on how to do it.

Remember, with a few simple steps, you can easily connect and manage Bluetooth audio devices on your Google TV. Enjoy your favorite entertainment with immersive sound quality!