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The BoomBoom can remember up to 8 paired devices. Therefore, re-pairing with each subsequent connection is not required. If a 9th device is paired with the BoomBoom, the first smartphone that was paired with the BoomBoom will be erased from its memory.
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:
1. Ensure that the power adapter is connected and the blue LED flashes slowly
2. Ensure that the Bluetooth function on your mobile telephone is on (check your phone\'s manual for reference).
3. Ensure that the distance between your mobile phone and the BoomBoom is no greater than 10 metres and that there
are no large obstacles in the way.
4. Please make sure that the BoomBoom is not already connected to another device. (the blue LED lights up continuously.)
You can pair up to 8 devices. Only 3 devices can be simultaneously connected to the BoomBoom 93.
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.
The aptX® audio compression solution retains the full integrity of original digital audio and is optimised for instant real-time audio streaming. The suite of algorithms has earned a reputation for some of the highest audio quality, extremely low latency and strong resilience to bit errors, and has been proven in wireless, broadcast and professional live performance applications. The best result is achieved when playing lossless audio files (eg FLAC). Using MP3, you get the best results if the Bitrate is 256kbps or higher.
aptX Low Latency ensures a very short audio delay of less than 40 ms. With a regular Bluetooth connection, this is more than 100 ms. Both the transmitter and the receiver must have aptX Low Latency to be able to use this feature. With the BoomBoom 55 and 77, the LED lights up green to indicate an aptX Low Latency connection.
Press the button on top of the BoomBoom 93 for 1 second. The BoomBoom 93 will now switch off and your connections will be broken. Press this button again for 1 second to turn the BoomBoom 93 back on. You can now use your device, or another Bluetooth device, to reconnect to the BoomBoom 93, using the Bluetooth manager on your device.
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 systemís volume is set to the desired level.
If the connected Bluetooth device is out of the BoomBoom 93's range, the blue LED on the BoomBoom 93 will turn off and the connection will be broken. If you get back within the BoomBoom 93's range within 15 seconds, the connection will be automatically restored. If it takes longer than 15 seconds to get back within the BoomBoom 93's range, you must reconnect to the BoomBoom 93.
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