Do Smart TVs Have Bluetooth: The Bottom Line
Television sets have evolved into indispensable devices in every household, but do smart TVs have Bluetooth? It’s something that many people don’t think about in the day and age of WiFi technology.
The majority of smart TVs will have a Bluetooth transmitter, and it’s used to support several Bluetooth devices.
For example, intelligent remotes use Bluetooth in order to control the television.
And that’s not the only thing you can connect to your TV via Bluetooth; you can also add a sound bar.
This reduces the number of cables around your TV and gives you a home theater feel. That’s not the only audio device you can connect to your television.
We’ve all had times where we’re trying to watch a film while someone’s sleeping.
And while your television does have an audio port, the length of your headphones often doesn’t cut it. Connecting Bluetooth headphones to your tv solves the problem with running long cables.
Other things include Keyboard and mouse to browse the internet or gamepad. There’s plenty of ways you can use Bluetooth to your advantage. You just have to find your way.
Which TVs Have Built-In Bluetooth?
Wow, if I answered this question completely, we’d be here all day, there really is no end to the number of TVs that use Bluetooth. But I couldn’t possibly leave you without giving you a couple of suggestions.
So, here’s my top four Smart TVs with Bluetooth:
How Do I Find Bluetooth On My Samsung?
It’s a question I’ve been asked a couple of times, so if you’re having trouble locating the Bluetooth on you’re Samsung television, there’s no need to fear.
I’m here to help. By the end of this section, you’ll know where to find the setting. And how to pair the device via Bluetooth. Sound good?
Great, check it out:
- First, you need to locate and open the Connection Guide; this can be found in the source menu, from there it will walk your through the process of turning it on
- Next, you need to activate the pairing; this means turning on the device you want to connect via Bluetooth
- If nothing shows up simply refresh the page quickly, once the device pops up select the device you want to pair
- Once you’ve paired the speakers or headphones, it will show up in the Sound Output options
This process is the same for any Bluetooth device you want to connect to your television. If you’re television isn’t a Samsung, then the process is still similar, but it’s worth checking the manual.
So yes, most smart TVs do use Bluetooth. But it’s definitely worth checking it out before you buy the next smart TV.
You can connect a whole range of devices to your smart TV, including headphones, Soundbars, cell phones, and much more.
Most of the time, setting up the Bluetooth is very similar, no matter if it’s Samsung or LG TV.
Either follow my guide above or check out the user manual.
If you think if missed something out, comment below and I’ll get back to you. If you liked this article, you should check out what the best Philips Hue Apps are.