About the indicators
CHARGE indicator (orange)
|Turns off||The speaker has completed charging.|
|Lights up||The speaker is being charged.|
|Flashes slowly||The built-in battery is running at less than 10% and needs to be charged. In this state, the speaker cannot supply power to other devices.|
|Flashes 3 times and turns off||If the CHARGE indicator flashes 3 times and goes off when you turn on the speaker, the built-in battery is empty and needs to be charged.|
- A speaker that is in use can be charged if it is connected to an AC outlet via the AC adaptor (supplied) or a USB AC adaptor (commercially available), or connected to a booted computer. In this case, it may take longer to charge the built-in 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 built-in battery may run low even if the speaker is connected to an AC outlet via the AC adaptor (supplied) or a USB AC adaptor (commercially available), or connected to a booted computer. As a result, sound becomes low. This is not a malfunction. Turn off the speaker and charge the built-in battery sufficiently.
- In an extremely cold or hot environment, charging stops for safety. If charging takes a long time, it also makes charging of the speaker stop. To resolve these issues, disconnect the AC adaptor or micro-USB cable from the speaker and connect it again within an operating temperature between 5 °C and 35 °C (41 °F and 95 °F).
|Turns off||The speaker is turned off.|
|Lights up (green)||The speaker is turned on. The STANDARD mode is set. (The EXTRA BASS and LIVE SOUND mode are not set.)|
|Lights up (white)||The speaker is turned on. The EXTRA BASS mode or LIVE SOUND mode is set. When you purchase, the EXTRA BASS is set.|
|Lights up (orange)||The speaker turns off. The speaker is set to the BLUETOOTH standby mode.|
|Flashes (green, white, red or orange)||Each time you press the –/+ (volume) buttons, the indicator flashes once.|
|When you operate the–/+ (volume) buttons and the volume is set at the lowest (0) or highest (50) level, the indicator flashes 3 times.|
|Depending on the progress of the software update, the state that the indicator flashes in green changes. In each update, the indicator flashes in green 5 times, then 4 times, 3 times, twice, once, and turns off*.|
|When the speaker turns on for the first time after the software update, the indicator flashes 3 times in green or white to inform you that the update has completed.|
|When the software update ends in error, the indicator flashes in red or orange.|
|When the built-in battery is running at less than 10%, the indicator flashes in green or white slowly. In this state, the speaker cannot supply power to other devices.|
|If the indicator flashes in green or white 3 times and turns off after turning on the speaker, the built-in battery capacity is empty. Charge the speaker.|
* Depending on the situation, you may not be able to see all flashing patterns.
|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 waiting for a BLUETOOTH device to connect to.|
|Flashes 3 times||The software has completed updating.|
|Lights up||The LIVE SOUND mode is set.|
|Turns off||The STANDARD mode or EXTRA BASS mode is set.|
|Flashes||The speaker enters the Speaker Add function.
The ADD (Speaker Add) indicator flashes when the connection with Speaker Add function fails.
|Lights up||The Speaker Add function is used on the speaker.|
WPC (Wireless Party Chain) indicator
|Flashes||The speaker enters the Wireless Party Chain function.|
|Lights up||The Wireless Party Chain function is used on the speaker. The indicators of all speakers connected with the Wireless Party Chain function light up.|