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Personal Audio System
SRS-X33
The following explains how to use this speaker. Select a topic from the navigation pane on the left.
How to Use
Getting Started
Making connections
Listening to music
Phone calls
Information
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Speaker
BLUETOOTH
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  • Page 1 Help Guide Personal Audio System SRS-X33 The following explains how to use this speaker. Select a topic from the navigation pane on the left. How to Use Getting Started Making connections Listening to music Phone calls Information Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Speaker...
  • Page 2: Troubleshooting

    List of Topics How to Use Troubleshooting 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents SRS-X33 Help Guide ........................Getting Started ..........................Overview ..........................What you can do with the speaker ..................Parts and controls ........................Included items ........................Checking the included items ..................... Power source .......................... Connecting to an AC outlet ....................
  • Page 4 Information ............................About the indicators ........................ Notes on use .......................... Precautions ........................Notes on charging ......................What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology? ..............What is LDAC? ......................... Trademarks ..........................Support website ........................Customer support websites ....................Troubleshooting ..........................What can I do to solve a problem? ..................
  • Page 5: Getting Started

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Getting Started Overview Parts and controls Included items Power source 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 6: Making Connections

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Making connections BLUETOOTH Portable audio device, etc. (AUDIO IN) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 7: Listening To Music

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Listening to music BLUETOOTH device Portable audio device, etc. (AUDIO IN) Surround effect 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 8 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Phone calls Phone calls 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 9 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Information About the indicators Notes on use Trademarks Support website 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 10 Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 11 Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Speaker Power supply Sound 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 12: Bluetooth

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 BLUETOOTH Pairing One-touch connection (NFC) Phone calls 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 13 Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Additional information Reset 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 14: Parts And Controls

    Help Guide List of Topics Personal Audio System SRS-X33 How to Use Getting Started Overview What you can do with the speaker Parts and controls Parts and controls Included items Checking the included items Power source Connecting to an AC outlet...
  • Page 15: Information

    Making a call while playing back music (Multi point connection) Information About the indicators About the indicators Notes on use Precautions Notes on charging What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology? What is LDAC? Trademarks Trademarks Support website Customer support websites 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 16 Unable to pair the speaker with a BLUETOOTH device One-touch connection (NFC) Unable to connect the speaker to a BLUETOOTH device with One-touch connection (NFC) Phone calls No voice/Low voice from callers Additional information Reset Using the RESET button Initializing the speaker 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 17: Overview

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Overview What you can do with the speaker Introduction to the main features 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 18 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Parts and controls Parts and controls Names of buttons, connections and indicators on the speaker. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 19: Included Items

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Included items Checking the included items Check that all items are packed with the speaker before use. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 20: Power Source

    The speaker turns on automatically by operating a BLUETOOTH device, and starts the BLUETOOTH connection. Auto power off function The speaker turns off automatically if no operation is performed and no sound is input for a certain time. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 21: Bluetooth

    Disconnecting the NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) You can disconnect the speaker from the connected device by touching the speaker with it. Switching devices by one touch (NFC) You can switch devices by touching a new device once to the speaker. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 22: Portable Audio Device, Etc. (audio In)

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Portable audio device, etc. (AUDIO IN) Connecting to a portable audio device, etc. You can connect a portable audio device, etc. using an audio cable (not supplied). 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 23: Bluetooth Device

    Selecting the wireless playback quality of the speaker You can select the wireless playback quality of the speaker. Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use) After use, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection between the speaker and the BLUETOOTH device. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 24: Portable Audio Device, Etc. (audio In)

    Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Portable audio device, etc. (AUDIO IN) Listening to music of a portable audio device, etc. You can enjoy music of a portable audio device, etc. connected to the AUDIO IN jack. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 25: Surround Effect

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Surround effect Enjoying surround effects You can enjoy music with surround effects. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 26: Phone Calls

    You can operate your BLUETOOTH mobile phone with the speaker via BLUETOOTH connection. Making a call while playing back music (Multi point connection) While listening to music from a BLUETOOTH music player, you can receive an incoming call to another BLUETOOTH mobile phone. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 27 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 About the indicators About the indicators The indicators show the status of the speaker. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 28: Precautions

    BLUETOOTH wireless technology is a short-range wireless technology that enables wireless data communication between digital devices such as a computer and digital camera. What is LDAC? LDAC is an audio coding technology for "High Resolution (Hi-Res) Audio", developed by Sony. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 29: Trademarks

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Trademarks Trademarks List of trademarks/registered trademarks 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 30: Support Website

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Support website Customer support websites URLs of the customer support websites 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 31: Troubleshooting

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Troubleshooting What can I do to solve a problem? 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 32: Power Supply

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Power supply Unable to turn on the speaker or charge the built-in battery 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 33: Sound

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Sound No sound/Sound from only one speaker/Low sound level Distorted sound/Humming or noise in the speaker output Sound becomes low while in use. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 34: Pairing

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Pairing Unable to pair the speaker with a BLUETOOTH device 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 35: One-touch Connection (nfc)

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 One-touch connection (NFC) Unable to connect the speaker to a BLUETOOTH device with One-touch connection (NFC) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 36: Phone Calls

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Phone calls No voice/Low voice from callers 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 37: Reset

    Help Guide Troubleshooting Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Reset Using the RESET button Initializing the speaker 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 38: What You Can Do With The Speaker

    BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate the purpose of BLUETOOTH communication between devices. The battery life may vary depending on the ambient temperature or conditions of use. The method of estimating the battery life has been changed since 2015. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 39: Parts And Controls

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Parts and controls...
  • Page 40 2. VOL (volume) -/+ buttons (power) button/indicator 4. SOUND button/indicator (BLUETOOTH) PAIRING button/indicator (call) button 7. N-mark 8. Microphone 9. RESET button 10. DC IN 5V jack 11. AUDIO IN jack Related Topic About the indicators 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 41: Checking The Included Items

    Checking the included items After opening the package, check that all items in the list below are included in the package. If any items are missing, contact your dealer. Personal audio system (SRS-X33) Micro-USB cable USB AC adaptor Plug (depending on your region/country) Startup Guide Provides you with instructions on how to connect the speaker with BLUETOOTH devices and basic operations.
  • Page 42: Connecting To An Ac Outlet

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Connecting to an AC outlet The speaker can be operated by connecting it to an AC outlet via USB AC adaptor (supplied) or built-in battery (rechargeable). Charge the battery before using the speaker for the first time.
  • Page 43 Try to charge the battery again within the operating temperature of between 5 °C and 35 °C (41 °F and 95 °F). Related Topic Turning the power on Notes on charging 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 44: Turning The Power On

    When the CHARGE indicator flashes slowly in orange, the battery is running low and needs to be charged. In this condition, the volume of the speaker may become low. Before charging the speaker, make sure to turn it off. Related Topic Turning the power off Connecting to an AC outlet 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 45: Turning The Power Off

    When you turn off the speaker while the BLUETOOTH standby function is on, the (power) indicator lights up in orange and the speaker enters the BLUETOOTH standby mode. Related Topic Auto power off function Using the BLUETOOTH standby function 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 46: Using The Bluetooth Standby Function

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Using the BLUETOOTH standby function When the BLUETOOTH standby function is turned on, the speaker turns on automatically by operating a BLUETOOTH device, and starts the BLUETOOTH connection. Before operating the speaker, note the following: The BLUETOOTH standby function can be set only when the speaker is connected to an AC outlet via the USB AC adaptor.
  • Page 47 Connecting to an AC outlet Turning the power on How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices About the indicators 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 48: Auto Power Off Function

    No music (sound) is played on an audio device connected to the AUDIO IN jack or the music (sound) of an audio device connected to the AUDIO IN jack is too small. No BLUETOOTH device is connected to the speaker via HFP/HSP. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 49: How To Make A Wireless Connection With Bluetooth Devices

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices You can enjoy music and hands-free calling with the speaker wirelessly by using your device’s BLUETOOTH function. Before operating the speaker, be sure to do the following: Place the BLUETOOTH device within 1 m (3 ft) of the speaker.
  • Page 50 Pairing and connecting with a BLUETOOTH device Connecting with a paired BLUETOOTH device Connecting with an NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) Disconnecting the NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) Switching devices by one touch (NFC) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 51: Pairing And Connecting With A Bluetooth Device

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Pairing and connecting with a BLUETOOTH device The speaker can be paired with up to eight BLUETOOTH devices. When pairing with two or more BLUETOOTH devices, perform the following pairing procedure for each device.
  • Page 52 3. Perform the pairing procedure on the BLUETOOTH device to detect the speaker. When a list of detected devices appears on the display of the BLUETOOTH device, select “SRS-X33.” If a passkey* is required on the display of the BLUETOOTH device, enter “0000.”...
  • Page 53 Related Topic Connecting with a paired BLUETOOTH device Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 54: Connecting With A Paired Bluetooth Device

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Connecting with a paired BLUETOOTH device Note Stop playback on a BLUETOOTH device beforehand to avoid sudden loud sound output from the speaker. 1. Turn on the speaker. (power) indicator lights up in green.
  • Page 55 (the hands-free function is available). To listen to music from the BLUETOOTH device, disconnect the audio cable from the speaker's AUDIO IN jack. Related Topic Pairing and connecting with a BLUETOOTH device Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 56: Connecting With An Nfc-compatible Device By One Touch (nfc)

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Connecting with an NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) By touching the speaker with an NFC-compatible device such as a smartphone or Walkman, etc., the speaker turns on automatically, then proceeds to pairing and BLUETOOTH connection.
  • Page 57 Access the following Web site to search for the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sony.easyconnect Download via the two-dimensional code: The app may not be downloadable in some countries/regions. 3. Start “NFC Easy Connect” on the smartphone. Make sure that the app screen is displayed.
  • Page 58 If your smartphone is a type that goes into standby mode in response to magnetic force, it may not be able to connected by NFC. Related Topic Disconnecting the NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) Switching devices by one touch (NFC) Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 59: Disconnecting The Nfc-compatible Device By One Touch (nfc)

    Start the app on the device, and move the device slowly over the N marked part of the speaker. If the device is in a case, remove the case. Make sure that the app screen is displayed on the device. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 60: Switching Devices By One Touch (nfc)

    Start the app on the NFC-compatible device, and move the NFC-compatible device slowly over the N marked part of the speaker. If the NFC-compatible device is in a case, remove the case. Make sure that the app screen is displayed on the NFC-compatible device. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 61: Connecting To A Portable Audio Device, Etc

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Connecting to a portable audio device, etc. Be sure to turn off the power of the device before making any connections. 1. Connect the device to the AUDIO IN jack using an audio cable (not supplied).
  • Page 62: Listening To Music Of A Device Via Bluetooth Connection

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection You can enjoy listening to music of a BLUETOOTH device and operate it by the speaker via BLUETOOTH connection if it supports the following BLUETOOTH profiles.
  • Page 63 BLUETOOTH device again, disconnect the audio cable from the speaker’s AUDIO IN jack. Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 64: Selecting The Wireless Playback Quality Of The Speaker

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Selecting the wireless playback quality of the speaker The “Priority on sound quality” and “Priority on stable connection” modes are available as options for selecting the wireless playback quality of the speaker. “Priority on sound quality” enables you to playback, not only SBC, but also AAC and LDAC so that you can enjoy high quality sound via BLUETOOTH, whereas “Priority on stable connection”...
  • Page 65 Using the BLUETOOTH standby function What is LDAC? 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 66: Terminating The Bluetooth Connection (after Use)

    To disconnect the smartphone by one touch (NFC), the app may need to be running on the smartphone depending on the smartphone. Related Topic Turning the power off Auto power off function Disconnecting the NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 67: Listening To Music Of A Portable Audio Device, Etc

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Listening to music of a portable audio device, etc. You can use the speaker as an ordinary wired speaker system by connecting a portable audio device, etc., using an audio cable (not supplied).
  • Page 68 If the BLUETOOTH connection is active, you can use the hands-free function while listening to music of a portable audio device, etc. that is connected to the speaker’s AUDIO IN jack. Related Topic Connecting to a portable audio device, etc. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 69: Enjoying Surround Effects

    The SOUND indicator shows the current surround effect setting. Each time you press the SOUND button, the selected effect switches. Indications of the SOUND indicator You can enjoy the ClearAudio+ mode (Sony-recommended sound quality). This mode is set as the default setting. Lights up (white) You can enjoy the surround effect (High).
  • Page 70: Receiving A Call

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Receiving a call You can enjoy hands-free calls with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone that supports the BLUETOOTH profile HFP (Hands- free Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile) via BLUETOOTH connection. If your BLUETOOTH mobile phone supports both HFP and HSP, set it to HFP.
  • Page 71 status on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Switch the call device to the speaker by pressing and holding the (call) button for about two seconds. 3. Adjust the volume by pressing the VOL (volume) –/+ buttons on the speaker or operating the BLUETOOTH mobile phone.
  • Page 72: Making A Call

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Making a call You can enjoy hands-free calls with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone that supports the BLUETOOTH profile HFP (Hands- free Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile) via BLUETOOTH connection. If your BLUETOOTH mobile phone supports both HFP and HSP, set it to HFP.
  • Page 73 Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices Terminating the BLUETOOTH connection (After use) Receiving a call Button functions for a phone call Making a call while playing back music (Multi point connection) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 74: Button Functions For A Phone Call

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Button functions for a phone call The available functions may vary depending on the profile supported by your BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Even if the profile is the same, functions may vary depending on the device.
  • Page 75: Making A Call While Playing Back Music (multi Point Connection)

    Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Making a call while playing back music (Multi point connection) Since the speaker is compatible with the multi point connection function, you can receive an incoming call to a BLUETOOTH mobile phone connected to the speaker even while listening to music played from a BLUETOOTH music player that is also connected to the speaker.
  • Page 76 Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 77 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 About the indicators CHARGE indicator (orange) Turns off (while the speaker is turned off) Charging of the speaker is completed. Lights up (orange) (while the speaker is turned off) The speaker is being charged.
  • Page 78 The speaker is searching for a BLUETOOTH device to connect to. SOUND indicator Turns off You can enjoy the ClearAudio+ mode (Sony-recommended sound quality). This mode is set as the default setting. Lights up (white) You can enjoy the surround effect (High).
  • Page 79 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 Precautions Note when using with a mobile phone For details on operation of your mobile phone when receiving a telephone call while transmitting the sound using the BLUETOOTH connection, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the mobile phone.
  • Page 80 If the speaker is not used for a long time, it may take longer to charge the battery. If you have any questions or problems concerning the speaker that are not covered in this Help Guide, please consult your nearest Sony dealer. 4-565-707-11(1)
  • Page 81 If the speaker is not used for a long time, it may take longer to charge the battery. Avoid exposure to rapid temperature change, direct sunlight, moisture, sand, dust, or mechanical shock. Also, never leave the speaker in a car parked in the sun. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 82 Help Guide How to Use Personal Audio System SRS-X33 What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology? BLUETOOTH wireless technology is a short-range wireless technology that enables wireless data communication between digital devices, such as a computer and digital camera. BLUETOOTH wireless technology operates within a range of about 10 m (about 30 ft).
  • Page 83 The device with a built-in radio or tuner cannot be connected to the speaker via BLUETOOTH since noise may occur in broadcasts. Locate the speaker farther away from a TV, radio or tuner, etc. since noise may occur in broadcasts. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 84 SRS-X33 What is LDAC? LDAC is an audio coding technology developed by Sony that enables the transmission of High-Resolution (Hi-Res) Audio content, even over a BLUETOOTH connection. Unlike other BLUETOOTH compatible coding technologies such as SBC, it operates without any down-conversion of the Hi-Res Audio content...
  • Page 85 ClearAudio+ and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. LDAC and LDAC logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United States and in other countries. Android™ and Google Play™ are trademarks of Google Inc.
  • Page 86 Please access the following support home pages to get support information about your speaker: For customers in the USA: http://esupport.sony.com/ For customers in Canada: http://esupport.sony.com/CA/ For customers in European countries: http://www.sony.eu/support For customers in Latin America: http://www.sony-latin.com/ For customers in other countries/regions: http://www.sony-asia.com/ 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 87 Initialize the speaker. This operation resets volume settings, etc., and deletes all pairing information. Look up information on the issue on the customer support website. If the operations above do not work, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Related Topic Customer support websites...
  • Page 88 Make sure the micro-USB cable is firmly connected to the USB AC adaptor. Make sure the USB AC adaptor is firmly connected to the speaker and the AC outlet. Related Topic Turning the power on About the indicators Connecting to an AC outlet 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 89 Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices Connecting to a portable audio device, etc. Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection Listening to music of a portable audio device, etc. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 90 Select "Priority on stable connection" for the wireless playback quality of the speaker. Related Topic Listening to music of a device via BLUETOOTH connection About the indicators Connecting to an AC outlet Selecting the wireless playback quality of the speaker 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 91 When you use the speaker at a loud volume, the battery may run low even if the speaker is connected to an AC outlet. As a result, sound becomes low. This is not a malfunction. Turn off the speaker and charge the battery to its full capacity. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 92 Once the speaker is initialized, an iPhone/iPad/iPod may not be able to connect to the speaker. In this case, delete pairing information on the iPhone/iPad/iPod then pair them again. Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices About the indicators Connecting to an AC outlet 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 93: Unable To Connect The Speaker To A Bluetooth Device With One-touch Connection (nfc)

    Check that your device is compatible with NFC. Look up information on the issue on the customer support website. Related Topic Connecting with an NFC-compatible device by one touch (NFC) 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 94 Check that output of the BLUETOOTH mobile phone is set for the speaker. Select an HFP or HSP BLUETOOTH connection by operating the BLUETOOTH device. Related Topic How to make a wireless connection with BLUETOOTH devices Receiving a call Making a call 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 95 The speaker is reset and turns off. After pushing the RESET button, turn on the speaker. If it does not turn on, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Note Pairing information is not deleted by pushing the RESET button.
  • Page 96 To turn on the speaker after initializing it, connect the speaker to an AC outlet via the USB AC adaptor. If the speaker is being powered by the built-in battery, it cannot be turned on. 4-565-707-11(1) Copyright 2015 Sony Corporation...

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