Our Bluetooth products should go into sleep mode after some time. The sleep mode keeps important parts on so you can easily pair and connect devices to it; the pair light will actually turn off when in sleep mode. When in sleep mode, you shouldn't have to press any buttons on the Audioengine device to reestablish the connection between it and the device as this is controlled by the bluetooth settings of whatever device you are using.
Articles in this section
- Can I turn Bluetooth off?
- My neighbor keeps connecting to my Audioengine device; is there anyway to add a passcode or extra security to connect via Bluetooth?
- Can I use bluetooth/wireless headphones with any of your Bluetooth products?
- Could I use the W3 to make my subwoofer wireless?
- How to get multi-room sound with Bluetooth
- What does it mean if the LED indicator is orange, instead of white?
- Is the B1 compatible with the original A5 speakers?
- Connecting a Bluetooth turntable to an Audioengine Bluetooth device
- Can I rename my Audioengine Bluetooth device?
- Using Audioengine Bluetooth products with 4th generation Apple TV