Turn ON Sony Soundbar Without Remote

You can still turn ON and use your Sony soundbar if its remote is lost and even it does not have power button on it.

Many Sony soundbars have no power button and you must have a remote to turn them ON. It is not a good thing and you should check it when buying any soundbar. Almost every electrical equipment has a power button that is absent in many Sony soundbars.

Turn ON Sony Soundbar Without Remote

You may be trying to get rid of using soundbar remote again and again or remote is lost, we will help you turn your Sony soundbar ON.

Get rid of soundbar remote

If you don’t want to use soundbar remote every time you need to turn it ON as it seems terrible to turn your soundbar and TV ON separately, you can sync soundbar and TV.

Yes, you can sync your sony soundbar with TV remote and then you will have only one remote to turn ON/OFF soundbar and TV.

Lost soundbar remote

If you have lost the remote of your soundbar, you still don’t need to worry. Your soundbar can still turn ON and work like before.

There are two solutions to this problem.

Check power button

Check if there is a power button on the right side end of your soundbar. If you are not sure which button is the power button, you can take help from the manual of your sony soundbar or try all the available buttons one by one.

Remote replacement

If the power button is absent, you will need to have a remote to turn your soundbar ON.

The best solution is to buy a replacement remote. You can check the Sony authorized parts distributor to see the availability of your particular remote.

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Contact Sony Support

If you are still confused about the issue, you should contact Sony support and they will guide you better about the issue. They have better solutions according to the model of your soundbar.

This was everything you need to know to turn ON your Sony soundbar without a remote. At least one of the above solutions will work great for you.

Hi, I’m Noor Alam, founder of SpeakersMag.com. I love music and got my Bachelor’s degree in Sound Engineering. Now I have started my own blog about music products. Just like you, I also love different music products and in my spare time, I share my knowledge with audio lovers on this site.