When you power one of our Bluetooth products on, they will be available to pair with for just a few minutes. Although you cannot turn the Bluetooth off manually, if nothing pairs or connects within that first few minutes, Bluetooth will automatically go into standby mode, which is indicated by the Bluetooth LED turning off. The Audioengine speakers/B1 however, is still visible to any device that has previously been paired with it, so you can simply reconnect by selecting your Audioengine product in the Bluetooth settings on your source device, and the speakers/B1 will automatically wake up and connect. You can also wake up the Bluetooth pairing function by pressing the pairing button, or by powering the speakers/B1 off and on again. It's worth noting that to turn off the B1 you would need to unplug it and plug it back in.
Articles in this section
- How do I connect bare speaker wire to my speakers?
- Can I turn Bluetooth off?
- Why do I hear my phone's notifications over Bluetooth?
- Where do I connect the ground wire from my turntable to the speakers?
- Why do I have to plug one speaker into the wall?
- Can I increase the length or change the speaker wire between each speaker?
- Will the sound be affected if I place the left (active) speaker on the right side and the right speaker on the left?
- Can Audioengine speakers be placed on their sides?
- Will Audioengine speakers work with a PC or Mac?
- Is it OK to connect Audioengine active speakers to my stereo receiver or integrated amplifier?