Charge your speaker first to ensure it has an extended battery lifespan. When fully charged, switch “LED” power ON by switching off its switch “OFF.”
Bluetooth technology enables wireless music streaming via any mobile device without wires. Radio waves carry your music directly from its source – like your phone or tablet – to its destination speaker.
Connecting your device
Bluetooth is a wireless technology that connects devices wirelessly. Its main function is data transmission between two devices without wires or cables being necessary, making Bluetooth popularly used on many types of devices including laptops, mobile phones and speakers/audio devices.
When using a top tech audio bluetooth speaker, the first step should be connecting it with the device you intend on listening to music with. To accomplish this, enable pairing mode on your phone, locate it within your list of connected devices and pair with it successfully – depending on your device, this may involve entering a code to complete this process.
Most Bluetooth speakers feature a button to help put their speaker into pairing mode. This button could have either an icon representing Bluetooth connectivity, or it might simply say “pair.” Press and hold this button for several seconds until you hear an audible tone or see its light indicator flash rapidly; if unable to locate this feature on your speaker please refer to its user manual for assistance.
As soon as your speaker and device are both powered on and within range of each other, make sure both devices have Bluetooth turned on and check if “connected” displays in their respective apps. If no such connection appears within several minutes, try restarting both devices as well as making sure Bluetooth settings are active on each.
If your device still won’t connect, try to reset its Bluetooth settings on your phone or other device. This should reset any previously paired Bluetooth devices and allow you to pair your speaker again; but keep in mind that top tech audio bluetooth speakers can only ever pair with one device at once; once paired, they will reconnect automatically every time they are turned on.
Pairing your device
Be sure that the Bluetooth feature of both your speaker and the device you wish to connect are active – this typically means switching on a toggle switch or Bluetooth icon on each device, and, where appropriate, creating the necessary setting in music software (see Applicable Products and Categories for details).
Some speakers feature a button to put them into pairing mode and make them discoverable by other devices. Press and hold this button until the speaker emits sound or its light indicator flashes rapidly – this may differ between models so refer to your user guide for guidance.
Navigating to Settings > Connected devices and selecting Bluetooth will enable your phone or tablet to search for available Bluetooth devices; your speaker should appear among them. Select its name to connect it, and wait a few seconds for its status to transition from “searching” to “connected.”
Listening to music
Portable Bluetooth speakers have become increasingly popular with music lovers due to their superior audio quality and versatility. Compatible with multiple devices, these portable Bluetooth speakers feature FM radio and voice control functionality and come in various sizes and prices to meet different budget requirements.
The Top Tech Audio Edge-8 is an impressive speaker equipped with multiple connectivity options. You can connect it wirelessly to a mobile phone via Bluetooth and it comes equipped with inputs for microphone and guitar playback, plus has its own battery that maintains stable connections over Bluetooth 5.0. However, durability may be an issue; therefore alternative solutions should be considered if this one does not suit you well.
Larger speakers typically produce better bass output and are more durable, but sometimes their bass output can be too great for their intended space, leading to distortion or poor audio quality.
Controlling your speaker
Most top tech audio bluetooth speakers feature various features to help maximize their potential use. For example, you can control the volume of music playing from your smartphone or tablet and also use the device for hands-free calls; many wireless speakers even come equipped with buttons for play/pause/skip control purposes.
When using a Bluetooth speaker, it is crucial to connect it to an appropriate power source in order to prevent its battery from discharging prematurely and extend its lifespan. Furthermore, ensure the device is kept cool and dry by placing it somewhere cool and dry, such as an ideal storage environment such as an upright case for added protection when not being used regularly.
Most Bluetooth speakers will automatically enter pairing mode when powered on, but if this doesn’t happen automatically, please refer to its user manual for specific instructions on how to initiate pairing mode and get your speaker listed in your list of Bluetooth devices on computer or phone.
If your speaker fails to connect, first try restarting and clearing out your cache for Bluetooth driver. If that doesn’t work, try unpairing and repairing it instead.