On the back of your Woburn, you will find a switch that allows you to choose between two different Standby Modes: Powersaver or Standard.
European Union Regulation states that electronic devices may only have 0.5w power consumption in Standby Mode (the European Directive on energy related products, or ERP).
This is why the Woburn’s factory default setting is the Powersave Mode, because the Powersave mode saves more energy than the standard mode.
As the name implies, using this setting saves power. When you stop playing music, the Woburn will go into a low-power state after 20 minutes. Powersaver mode can be disabled if you want Woburn to start automatically and stay visible on your list of Bluetooth devices after 20 minutes. To disable Powersaver, simple change the switch to Standard Mode.
Powersaver & Standard Modes
Powersaver Standby Mode
The Woburn will go to power saving Standby Mode after 20 minutes of not receiving a sound signal. If you have chosen to use the Powersaver Standby Mode, the Woburn will not show up as an available device in your Bluetooth list after it has gone into this low-power state. To activate Woburn and play music from any source after the unit has gone to standby mode, press the wake button once. This will bring the Woburn back to life and ready to play again.
Standard Standby Mode
The Woburn will go into Standby Mode after 20 minutes of not receiving a sound signal. If you have chosen to use the standard standby mode, the Woburn will automatically ‘wake up’ when the last source is played.
For example, if a source connected with a cable begins to play, the speaker wakes up automatically used as the last source, simply touching the latest Bluetooth device to have been used will wake the Woburn up automatically.
If you want to play another Bluetooth device instead of the last one used, press the Wake button once to play music again.