RFExposureWarning
ASSEMBLY AND SAFETY--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Please read the following instructions before assembly:
If the button cell is accidentally swallowed, it
can lead to burns and even death within two
hours. You should therefore see a doctor immediately.
7 The Soundbar is designed for audio playback.
All other uses are expressly excluded.
7 If you want to set up the Soundbar on shelving units, in cupboards, etc., please ensure that
there is adequate ventilation. There must be a
free area of at least 10 cm on either side and
above the Soundbar.
7 7
7
Do not cover the Soundbar with newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, etc.
7 When setting up the Soundbar, please note
that furniture surfaces may be covered with
various finishes or synthetic materials that often
contain chemical substances. These substances
can attack the material of the unit base among
other things. This can leave residues on the furniture surface, which may be difficult or impossible to remove.
7 If the Soundbar is subjected to big variations
in temperature, for example when transported
from a cold to a warm place, do not use the
Soundbar for at least two hours.
7 The Soundbar is designed to be used in dry
rooms. Should you nevertheless decide to
operate it outdoors, you must ensure that it is
protected from moisture (dripping or splashing
water).
7 Only use the Soundbar in a temperate climate.
7 Do not place the Soundbar close to a radiator
or in direct sunlight; this can affect the cooling
system.
7 Do not place any containers with liquids inside
(e.g. vases) on top of the Soundbar.
7 Do not place any open sources of fire (e.g. candles) on top of the Soundbar.
7 D
o not use any cleaning agents; these may
damage the casing. Cleanse the device using
a clean and dry cloth.
7 o not expose the battery to extreme heat,
D
such as for example sunlight, radiators, fire, etc.
7 T
he remote control contains a button cell.
Please always keep the remote control and the
button cell out of reach of children.
7 7
eep new and used batteries out of reach of
K
children. If the battery compartment cannot be
closed safely, do not continue to use the device
and keep out of reach of children.
emove the battery if used up or if you do not
R
use the device for a long time. We do not assume liability for damage caused by leaked
batteries.
T he batteries, even those free from heavy metals, must not be disposed of as domestic waste.
Used batteries must be discarded in used battery collection containers found at commercial
or public waste management services.
You must never open the Soundbar. In case
of damage due to improper tampering, any
claims for guarantee are lost.
7 Storms are a danger to any electronic device.
Even if the Soundbar is switched off, it may still
become damaged as a result of lightning striking the mains. In case of a storm, you must always pull the mains plug.
7 Notes:
7 Do
not connect any devices when your device is switched on. Also switch the other devices off before connecting them!
7 Do
not plug the mains plug of your device
into the socket until all external devices have
been connected!
Please ensure that the mains plug is freely accessible!
RF Exposure Warning
This equipment must be installed and operated
in acordance with provided manual. The device comprised a built-in antenna, and must not
be co-located or operating in conjunction with
any other antenna or transmitter.
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AT A GLANCE------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------See the figure on page 3.
Controls are on the front page
A
LED,
– lights up red whenever the
device is in standby mode;
– lights up white if the source
device "TV" has been selected.
– lights up orange if the source
device "Aux In" has been
selected.
– Flashes red when the sound is
muted.
8
witches the device on from
S
standby mode and back off
again.
+ V
Increases the volume.
– V
Decreases the volume.
SOURCE
Press briefly to select the source
device "TV", "external device"
and "Bluetooth".
Press and hold to start Bluetooth
pairing; the display B flashes
rapidly.
B LED
flashes rapidly during the
Bluetooth pairing process.
230V
Mains cable.
50/60Hz 0.1A Note:
The Soundbar is only completely separated from the
mains once the mains plug
has been pulled.
7 Remote control buttons
8
witches the device on from
S
standby mode and back off
again.
S
utes the Soundbar speakers
M
and unmutes them again.
Press briefly to select the source
device "Bluetooth";
press and hold to start Bluetooth
pairing.
3DActivates stereo spread.
AUXSelects the source device connected to the »AUX IN« jack.
TVSelects the source device "TV"
(in the jack »RCA INPUT«).
+ V –
Volume change.
Connection jacks and controls on
the back page
Selects the previous track in
Bluetooth mode.
AUX IN
udio signal input (ø 3.5 mm)
A
for connecting an external
device.
Starts playback in Bluetooth
mode and switches between
play/pause.
RCA INPUTAudio signal input (Cinch) for
connecting the LCD TV.
Selects the next track in Bluetooth mode.
SUB OUTAudio signal output (Cinch) for
an external subwoofer.
POWER
ON/OFF
Switches the device on and off.
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PREPARATION/CONNECTION---------------------------------------------------------Preparation
Connecting
Activate the remote control battery
Connect Soundbar to the LCD TV
1Remove protection film from the battery compartment.
– T he remote control is now functional.
1Connect a standard audio lead to the
»RCA INPUT« jacks of the Soundbar.
– Please be aware of the left and right channels when doing so (white = left channel,
red = right channel).
Change remote control batteries
(TYPE CR 2025)
Note:
7 If your device no longer responds to the
remote control commands, the battery may
be dead. It is imperative that dead batteries
be removed. We do not assume liability for
damage caused by leaked batteries.
Caution:
7 Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or
equivalent type.
2Connect audio lead to the audio output jacks
of the LCD TV.
Connect subwoofer to the Soundbar
1If a subwoofer is to be connected, connect
standard audio cable to the »SUB OUT« jack
of the Soundbar and the audio input jack of the
subwoofer.
Connect external device
An external device, such as a MP3-Player for example, can be connected to the »AUX IN« jack.
1Hold the remote control with the back side facing up.
1Connect a standard audio lead to the
»AUX IN« jack of the Soundbar.
2Push the detent of the battery holder to the right
and remove battery holder.
2Connect adapter cable to the external device.
Note:
7 The LCD TV can also be connected via the
»AUX IN« jack if it is not equipped with audio output jacks. In such cases please use the
headphone jack.
3Remove used battery and insert new battery
into the battery holder, positive pole facing upward.
4Push battery holder into the remote control until
it clicks into place.
Connect mains cable
Check that the mains voltage indicated on the
type label (on the back of the device) corresponds to the local mains voltage. If this is not the
case, please consult your specialist dealer.
1Plug mains cable plug into the socket
(230V~, 50/60 Hz).
Caution:
7 The
Soundbar is connected to the mains via
the mains cable. If you want to disconnect
the Soundbar from the mains completely,
you must pull the mains plug.
7 Please
ensure that the mains cable is freely
accessible during operation and is not obstructed by any other objects.
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WALL MOUNTING-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Caution:
7 The ground must be firm and capable of handling the load.
7 Use mountings that are appropriate for the
weight of the device (weight of the Soundbar
GSB 800 plus DIN safety = approx. 2.5 kg).
7 For wooden or hollow wall structures use suitable plugs and screws. Seek advice from a
specialist dealer.
Warning:
7 In order to prevent injuries, the device must
be securely fastened to the wall in accordance with the installation instructions.
Note:
7 Installation of the Soundbar GSB 800 for
professional use (e.g. in a bistro) must only
be carried out by an electrically qualified
person, in accordance with the applicable
construction regulations as per VDE 0100.
3Screw in the two supplied screws. Distance of
screw head from the wall 4 mm.
4Detach unit base from the Soundbar, rotate
180°.
5Place the included washer and then the snap
ring onto the fixing bolt and reattach the unit
base through the second drill hole.
1Determine place of installation and mark drill
holes.
– T he distance between drill holes of the
Soundbar is 64 centimetres.
2Drill the holes (8 mm ∅) in the wall and insert
the plugs included.
6Affix the included spacers to the back of the
unit base.
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WALL MOUNTING-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7Connect a standard audio lead to the
»RCA INPUT« jack of the Soundbar.
– P lease be aware of the left and right channels when doing so (white = left channel,
red = right channel).
Note:
7 If a subwoofer is to be connected, connect
standard audio cable to the »SUB OUT«
jack of the Soundbar.
8Carefully slide the Soundbar over the bolt
heads.
9Connect audio lead to the audio output jacks
of the LCD TV.
Note:
7 If a subwoofer is to be connected, connect
the audio cable to the subwoofer.
10Plug mains cable into the socket.
Caution:
7 The Soundbar is connected to the mains via
the mains cable. If you want to disconnect
the Soundbar from the mains completely,
you must pull the mains plug.
7 Please ensure that the mains cable is freely
accessible during operation and is not obstructed by any other objects.
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OPERATION-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TV mode
1Switch Soundbar into standby mode using
»POWER ON/OFF«.
– The LED A lights up red.
Bluetooth mode
2Switch Soundbar on from standby mode using
»8«.
– The LED A lights up white.
Note:
7 After Power on the source device "TV" is selected automatically.
Compatible with the following
devices
3Select source device "TV" using »TV« on the
remote control.
Search for and connect to auxiliary
Bluetooth device
4Adjust the volume using »+ V« or »V –«.
Note:
7 If the TV has a "regulated" audio output, the
volume may be adjusted using the remote
control for the TV. Please consult the TV manual for information about this.
Your device can be paired with all current, Bluetooth-enabled devices that adhere to the A2DP
standard. This applied to smartphones, laptops
and tablet PCs for example.
1Switch Soundbar into standby mode using
»POWER ON/OFF«.
– The LED A lights up red.
2Switch Soundbar on from standby mode using
»8«.
5Mute the volume using »S«.
3Select "Bluetooth" source device by pressing
» « on the remote control.
6Switch Soundbar into Standby mode using
»8«.
4Activate the Bluetooth function on the auxiliary
Bluetooth device.
7Switch Soundbar off using »POWER ON/
OFF«.
Note:
7 If an "external" device is connected to the
»AUX IN« jack, this source device may be
selected using »AUX« on the remote control.
7 If no audio signal is available on the sockets
»RCA INPUT« and »AUX IN«, the Sound�bar switches automatically to Stand-by mode
after 15 minutes. For further use switch on
the Soundbar again.
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5Press and hold » « on the remote control of
the GSB 800.
– The LED B flashes rapidly.
6Start the search function on the auxiliary Bluetooth device.
– After a short period of time, your GSB 800 is
displayed on the Bluetooth device.
7Select the GSB 800 on the Bluetooth device
and connect it.
8When the auxiliary Bluetooth device is paired
with your device, the LED B of your GSB 800
flashes slowly.
Note:
our GSB 800 can only receive and play
7 Y
back the audio signal from one Bluetooth
device; up to 8 devices can nevertheless be
paired.
OPERATION-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Activate a paired auxiliary Bluetooth device
Notes:
7 Auxiliary Bluetooth devices must only be
paired once (depending on the auxiliary
Bluetooth device).
7 When leaving and then returning to the reception range of the GSB 800, the auxiliary
Bluetooth device will pair with it automatically.
7 The GSB 800 will only connect automatically with the last paired auxiliary Bluetooth
device.
7
If the auxiliary Bluetooth device is not detected, it must be reactivated via its menu.
Playback of auxiliary Bluetooth
device
1Begin playback on auxiliary Bluetooth device.
2Set the desired volume using »+ V –«.
Note:
7 The volume can also be adjusted from the
auxiliary Bluetooth device.
3Mute the volume using »S« on the remote
control.
4Stop playback on auxiliary Bluetooth device.
Notes:
7 Various functions can also be controlled using the remote control of the GSB 800:
– Select play-pause using »eII«,
– Continue playback by pressing »eII«
again;
– select previous track using » «;
– select next track using » «.
7 Please note that the data transfer range can
be up to 9 m, depending on the auxiliary
Bluetooth device and the structural conditions.
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INFORMATION-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Technical Information
2200
This device is
suppressed in
accordance with
the applicable EC
Directives.
This product conforms to European Directives
1999/5/EC, 2009/125/ EC and 2011/65/EU.
The type label can be found on the back of the
device.
CE declaration of conformity
The CE declaration of conformity for the device can be found as a PDF file on the Grundig
homepage, www.grundig.com/download/doc.
Power supply:­
230 V~, 50/60 Hz
Max. power input:
Operation 40±5 W, Standby ≤ 0.5 W
Power output:
­
DIN 45324, 10% THD 2 x 20 W
Frequency response:
­
20 Hz - 20 kHz
S/N ratio:
­
≥ 70 dB
Separation:
­
≥ 45 dB
Dimensions and weight:
­
W x H x D 99 x 9.3 x 7 cm
Weight approx. 2.5 kg
Technical and design modifications reserved!
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Environmental note
This product has been manufactured with high quality parts and
materials which can be reused
and are suitable for recycling.
The product must therefore not be disposed of
as domestic waste at the end of its life cycle, but
must instead be handed over at a collection point
for recycling electrical and electronic devices.
The accompanying symbol on the product, in the
manual or on the packaging makes this clear.
Please consult your local authorities to find out the
location of the nearest collection point.
By helping to further process used products,
you are contributing to the preservation of the
environment.
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