Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection
You can enjoy listening to music of a BLUETOOTH device and operate it by the speaker via BLUETOOTH connection if it supports the following BLUETOOTH profiles.
- A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Enables you to enjoy high-quality audio contents wirelessly.
- AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
Enables you to adjust the volume of a BLUETOOTH device.
Operations may vary depending on the BLUETOOTH device. Refer also to the operating instructions supplied with your BLUETOOTH device.
- Make sure beforehand that the volume on a BLUETOOTH device is set to a moderate level to avoid sudden loud sound output from the speaker.
- Connect the speaker with the BLUETOOTH device.
The (BLUETOOTH) indicator lights up in white when the BLUETOOTH connection is established.
- Start playback on the BLUETOOTH device.
- Adjust the volume by pressing the –/+ (volume) buttons on the speaker or operating the BLUETOOTH device.
When you press the –/+ (volume) buttons on the speaker or adjust the volume on the BLUETOOTH device, the (power) indicator flashes once in green.
- Depending on the BLUETOOTH device, it may be necessary to adjust the volume or set the audio output setting on the connected device.
- When you set the volume to the maximum or minimum, the (power) indicator flashes three times.
- Depending on the BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to adjust the volume of the speaker by the connected device.
- If the communication condition is poor, the BLUETOOTH device may react incorrectly against the operations on the speaker.
- When you connect a portable audio device, etc., to the speaker’s AUDIO IN jack while listening to music via BLUETOOTH connection, the speaker switches to the AUDIO IN mode automatically. In this case, music of the BLUETOOTH device is not output (if the BLUETOOTH connection is active, the hands-free function is available). To listen to music from the BLUETOOTH device again, disconnect the audio cable from the speaker’s AUDIO IN jack.