Wireless Party Speaker STORMBOX BLAST
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With the speaker sitting in front of you and the buttons closest to you you will find the following buttons from left to right.
- Power (Press and hold for a second to turn the device on)
- Bluetooth (Press and hold for 3 seconds to enable bluetooth pairing)
- volume down
- Play pause (multi function button, double press to skip to next track, triple press to skip to the previous track)
- volume up
- party mode (single press to enable the light show on the device, this is a toggle that does not provide any audio feedback. Press once for solid colors, a second time to cycle light colors, and a third time to disable the light show.)
- X bass (single press to enable X base, you will notice that the audio will pause for a fraction of a second, and then resume with xBase, is enabled or disabled.)
How to Charge
The power cord is included in a box in the package. On the back of the speaker towards the bottom, you’ll feel a rubber cover. Locate the opening on the left side of the cover and open to the right. The power cord plugs in on the left most connection.
Plug the other end of the power cord into a power outlet.
charging other devices via USB type C
With the speaker in front of you, locate the rubber cover on the back. Use the slot in the left side of the rubber cover to remove this cover, it is attached to the speaker, so no need to worry about losing it. Locate the USB type C. Connection, This is a small rectangle port, plug one end of your USB type C cable into the speaker. Plug the other end into the device you are attempting to charge
using the auxiliary connection
With the speaker in front of you, open the rubber cover on the back from left to right.
The 3.5 mm female connection is close to the right edge of this compartment that is exposed. Plug one end of a 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm cable into this port, and the other end into the device you’d like to play audio from. The audio will automatically switch to the 3.5 mm connector, and stop playback of any Bluetooth connected devices.
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