Standby mode differences
The speaker is in the standby mode when the (power) indicator lights off.
If you press the (power)/ PAIRING button to turn off the speaker, the (power) indicator lights off and the speaker enters the standby mode.
BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode
The speaker is in the BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode when the (power) indicator lights up in orange.
If the BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode is on, the speaker turns on when a BLUETOOTH device or network device is operated. Then, the BLUETOOTH or network connection starts.
When you turn on the speaker in the BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode, the start-up time becomes shorter and the speaker will become operational sooner, than when you turn on the speaker in standby mode.
With the speaker turned on, press and hold the (power)/ PAIRING button until the (power) indicator lights up in orange. The speaker turns off and enters the BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode.
Auto standby mode
The speaker automatically enters the standby mode or switches to the BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode if the speaker remains in any of the following states for about 15 minutes.
- No operation of the speaker.
- No connect/disconnect operations to the speaker from external devices.
- Music (sound) is not played while connected to an external device.
- In the standby mode, the power consumption of the speaker reduces.
- In BLUETOOTH/Network standby mode, the speaker's start-up time will be shorter.
- The auto standby mode can be turned off by using SongPal.
- The auto standby mode may not work depending on the connecting device during the AUDIO IN function.