Bose speakers are great for a lot of things. You can use them at home, in the car, or on your phone. They’re perfect for listening to music while you work and they sound amazing when watching movies. In this post we’ll be discussing how to pair bose speaker tips that will help you get the most out of your speaker system!
Top 8 Tips for Pairing Your Bose Speaker
Make sure your speaker is turned on. You should be able to see a light next to the power button if it’s powered up and ready for use. If you don’t, try unplugging it from the wall outlet or charging cable for 15 seconds then plugging it back in. This will reset any potential issues.
Check the charging cable and power adapter. Make sure your speaker is plugged in to an outlet or a charged USB port on your computer, tablet, or phone. Unplug it from one of those devices then plug it back in after 15 seconds. If you’re still having issues with the battery life try using a different charger that has been fully charged before connecting it to the speaker system.
Turn off Bluetooth if you have any other speakers nearby that are connected wirelessly to another device like a smartphone or laptop. A lot of times when this happens people will assume they need new batteries for their Bose speaker but what’s actually happening is interference between two wireless transmitters and receivers located too close together. Turn off Bluetooth on your phone, laptop or tablet and see if it fixes the issue.
Check for any signs of physical damage to the speaker system that could be causing an electrical short circuit inside. Just because something is working fine in one area doesn’t mean it won’t have problems when you use it somewhere else like a different country with a different power outlet configuration! Sometimes just taking apart the charger head can make all of the difference.
Make sure both speakers are synced up by pressing “Pair” on each side then press connect from either device’s bluetooth settings menu using their last-known location for pairing purposes (if they were able to pair before). If this isn’t working, try unpairing the speaker system then starting from scratch.
Give both speakers a name that will make it easy for you to remember which is which when pairing them (like “Living Room” or “Kitchen”). Once they’re paired with your devices just go into their bluetooth settings menu and rename them whatever you want so you can tell the difference between each one in case there is more than one Bose speaker available. This way if someone asks where Uncle Bobby’s birthday party was going to be held at while looking at some pictures on Facebook, you’ll know whether he means your living room or kitchen!
If none of these tips work for you please contact either Apple Support, Google Support, or Bose’s customer service department for more help.
If you’re an audiophile and would like to use the speaker system with a non-Bose device then take a look at our post on using bose bluetooth headphones as speakers! It has some really helpful tips that could make your listening experience just what you’ve always wanted it to be.
The takeaway for this blog post is that Bose speakers are great, but they do require some upkeep to make sure you’re getting the most out of them. In this article we covered a few tips and tricks about pairing your speaker system together so hopefully it will be easier for you to use in the future! If none of those suggestions work for you feel free to contact Bose customer service by emailing them.