If a Bluetooth connected device is moved outside of the range of Kilburn (approximately 10m without obstacles), it is disconnected. The device is automatically connected again when it is moved back within range.
Select Bluetooth as the input source by pushing the Source/Wake button, Bluetooth is now activated, with a flashing red LED if no device is connected
A solid Red LED will show if a device is automatically connected.
Once you activate Bluetooth as the input source, the loudspeaker will automatically search for Paired devices for three minutes, and the LED will rapidly flash red during the search. The Kilburn will locate devices within range that have previously been connected and will connect them automatically.
If no devices are located within three minutes, the loudspeaker will revert to standby status.
If the Pair button is pushed while Bluetooth is selected as the audio source, the loudspeaker will perform a new search for three minutes afterwards, during which time, the LED will rapidly flash red.
The speaker stores up to 6 (six) devices and tries to connect to the last connected Bluetooth device first. For example, if the Speaker has been connected to the devices A-B-C-D-E-F, device F is given first priority, while device A is given last priority. Every time the speaker starts up, it will do an auto connection of devices within it’s range
- The auto connection function will not work if the Kilburn is turned off via the main power switch at the top of the unit
- If a seventh device is connected - device A will no longer be memorised
- Always start bluetooth in your smartphone/computer first, and then start the loudspeaker second to receive auto-connection