Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use)

When you finish playing music with the BLUETOOTH device, perform any of the following operations to terminate the BLUETOOTH connection.

  • Turn off the BLUETOOTH function on the BLUETOOTH device. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the device.
  • Turn off the BLUETOOTH device.
  • Turn off the speaker.
  • Touch the NFC-compatible device on the speaker again (if your device has the NFC function).
    • When using the Speaker Add function or Wireless Party Chain function, touch the NFC-compatible device on the speaker where the (BLUETOOTH) indicator lights up. A speaker where the (BLUETOOTH) indicator turns off is not capable of terminating the BLUETOOTH connection.


  • The speaker turns off automatically by the auto power off function when the speaker satisfies the following conditions for 15 minutes, and the BLUETOOTH connection is terminated.
    • No operation on the speaker.
    • No BLUETOOTH connection has been established between the speaker and a smartphone or mobile via HFP/HSP.
      HFP and HSP are types of BLUETOOTH profiles.
      HSP (Headset Profile): Allows calling/cellular phone operation.
      HFP (Hands-Free Profile): Allows hands-free calling/cellular phone operation.
    • No music (sound) is played when the speaker is connected to a BLUETOOTH device.
  • When using the Speaker Add function, if you turn off one speaker, the other speaker is automatically turned off. The BLUETOOTH connection between them is disconnected.
  • When you finish playing music, the BLUETOOTH connection may terminate automatically depending on the BLUETOOTH device.