Changing the name of the B1 (or any Bluetooth device for that matter) depends on the source that it is connecting to. Most computers and Android products can rename a Bluetooth device once they've paired to it to make it easier to tell them apart. With an iOS device, there is still no way to rename Bluetooth devices that we know of. The best way to tell them apart on an iPhone/iPad is just knowing the order listing. The first one you've paired to will generally stay listed before the 2nd one, and the second before the 3rd, etc. It is worth noting that renaming the B1 in the source device will only change the way that particular device recognizes the B1; there isn't a way to change the way the B1 will show up on other devices, so any new device will always see the B1 as "Audioengine B1."
Articles in this section
- What if my source doesn't support aptX®? Can I still use B1 and if so, how will it sound?
- Does B1 work with any stereo, music system, or powered speakers?
- I'm having latency issues when using Bluetooth, what should I do?
- Why is Windows 10 is asking me for PIN when I try to pair my computer to your speakers/B1 via Bluetooth?
- Why do I hear my phone's notifications over Bluetooth?
- How do I power off my B1?
- Does the optical output of the B1 utilize the built-in DAC?
- Will B1 interfere with my network and slow it down?
- If B1 is connected, do I need to do anything else to play music from my computer using iTunes or Amarra?
- Does B1 transmit a stereo signal?