You can link up to 8 devices to your BoomBoom. If the BoomBoom is switched on, it will automatically connect to the last connected device.
The USB connection is only to charge the internal rechargeable battery. You can connect to the BoomBoom via the Bluetooth interface of your audio source. (This may be a PC or laptop equipped with a Bluetooth USB dongle, a Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone, an Android phone, Android tablet, an iPhone, iPad or a Mac.)
If you connect a Bluetooth dongle to your PC, Windows will recognise it immediately. However, only the basic functions such as exchanging files will work. Drivers are often supplied with a dongle or they are available on the manufacturer’s website. You will also have to install these. The dongle recognises the BoomBoom as a Bluetooth headset. The music will play automatically via the BoomBoom. Even with a PC or laptop with built-in Bluetooth, it may be necessary to install the correct drivers in order to facilitate music transfer.
Check the following:
If it still does not work, try the following:
Make sure the BoomBoom 75 is switched off and the power adapter is not connected.
Now press the button on the Boom Boom 75.
Keep it pressed.
First there is a blue LED light and a few seconds later, there is a blue and red LED.
Release the button.
See if you can connect with your Bluetooth device.
On a Windows PC, the taskbar often contains a sound control icon which you may click to adjust the high and low tones. However, this depends on the type of audio card in the PC.
The commonly used VLC Media Player also has a built-in 'Equalizer'.
SBC (Low Complexity Subband Coding) enables you to wirelessly listen to audio with reasonable sound quality. SBC is the standard method to send audio via Bluetooth.
Ensure that the audio cable is correctly connected (AUX IN), that the correct input has been selected on your audio installation and that your audio system’s volume is set to the desired level.
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