About the indicators
CHG (charge) indicator (orange)
|Turns off||Charging the speaker is completed.|
|Lights up||The speaker is being charged.|
|Flashes slowly||The built-in battery is running low and needs to be charged.|
- A speaker that is in use can be charged if it is connected to a booted computer or AC outlet via a USB AC adapter (not supplied). In this case, it may take longer to charge the battery depending on the conditions of use. Therefore, it is recommended to turn off the speaker when charging.
- When you use the speaker at a loud volume for a long time, the battery may run low even if the speaker is connected to a booted computer or AC outlet via a USB AC adapter. As a result, sound becomes low. This is not a malfunction. Turn off the speaker and charge the battery sufficiently.
- If charging takes a long time, it makes charging of the speaker stop. In these conditions, the CHG (charge) indicator keeps flashing in orange quickly, but this is not a malfunction. To resolve these issues, disconnect the USB cable from the speaker and connect it again within the operating temperature between 5 °C and 35 °C (41 °F and 95 °F).
|Lights up||The speaker is connected to a BLUETOOTH device.|
|Flashes quickly (3 times a second)||The speaker enters the pairing mode.|
|Flashes slowly||The speaker is searching for a BLUETOOTH device to connect to.|
|Flashes once||Each time you press the –/+ (volume) button, the indicator flashes once.|
|Flashes 3 times||When you operate the -/+ (volume) button and the volume is set at the lowest or highest level, the indicator flashes 3 times.|
|Lights up||The speaker is operating as the left speaker while the stereo mode of the Speaker Add function is enabled.
The speaker is operating as a monaural speaker while the double mode of the Speaker Add function is enabled.