SoundExtreme User guide and remote control connection information for all models
There are 2 mount types for the SoundExtreme-the original L brackets and the version 2 with the mount built into the end cap.
We have had a few customers have issues with their batteries on the battery powered sound extreme. A few notes for trouble shooting:
- Charging the battery
- Plug charger in wall (do not place the battery in charger yet): Status LED on the charger will be green and flash red every 5-6 seconds.
- if the led does not light up then the charger is broken or it is not plugged into a working wall power outlet
- We need to replace the charger, not the speaker or battery
- Now place the battery in the charger: The led on the charger will turn from green to solid red.
- The led’s on the battery itself will not be lit. Wait at least one minute before checking a completely dead battery. After 1 minute press and hold the button on the battery for 2 seconds. All 4 led’s will light up briefly then depending on how charged your battery is 1-4 segments on the led will be displayed, then a few seconds later the battery LED’s will turn off
- If no LED’s on the battery turn on after pressing and holding the button on the battery for 2 seconds, please charge for 2 additional hours and try again. Assuming the LED on the charger is red and no led’s will light up on the battery when you press and hold the battery button for 2 seconds after additional charging, then the battery is defective.
- We need to replace the battery, not the speaker or the charger
- 100% charge indication: the led on the charger will turn solid green once the battery has reached 100% charge level. The led’s on the battery will not be lit. To confirm the charge on the battery press and hold the button on the battery for 2 seconds to see that all 4 led’s on the battery light up. They will turn off again in a few seconds.
- Battery life
- 20 hours at medium volume levels, 7 hours at 75% volume level, 4 hours at 100%. Temperature and type of music will change play time. Additionally, LED lights behind the speakers and the light bar use more battery than playing music, so turning lights on will significantly reduce the above battery play time.
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