How do I pair to the TVB2 with Bluetooth?


TVB2: Bluetooth bluetooth_image.PNG

If you have Bluetooth enabled devices such as a phone or tablet, you are able to stream your music to the TVB2 via Bluetooth. This includes streaming services such as Spotify, Deezer or Pandora.

Please note: We do not advise connecting to the TVB2 from your TV via Bluetooth as there may be a delay in the synching of image and audio.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Bluetooth setup:

To connect to the TVB2 via Bluetooth for the first time, please follow the steps below.

1. Press the Bluetooth button on the TVB2 remote. 'BT' will then begin to slowly pulse on the units display as displayed below.


2. Once 'BT' is pulsing, press and hold the Bluetooth button. Once 'BT' begins to pulse more rapidly, the TVB2 is available for Bluetooth connection.

3. You are then able to follow the Bluetooth settings of your chosen device and connect to the bar.

4. Once paired, the bar will display a flashing ‘‘ symbol until audio from your device is playing.


  • Once this process has been completed, your Bluetooth enabled device will then remember the TVB2.
  • Providing your device has Bluetooth switched on, you can then reconnect at any time by momentarily pressing and holding the Bluetooth button.
  • The TVB2 will remember up to 99 devices, so if you would like to add any other devices, just follow this guide to pair.


TVB2: NFC Bluetooth NFC.JPG

If you have an NFC enabled device, you can connect to the bar by first enabling Bluetooth within your device, then touching it against the NFC.JPG logo on the left side of the TVB2. The TVB2 will then enter automatic pairing mode and 'TVB2 Cambridge' should appear on your device.

We do hope that this information helps, but should you require any further assistance please contact us via the Cambridge Audio support site HERE




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