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What do the buttons on my Crescendo X do?

Created: 12/04/15 | Updated: 12/07/15


FRONT PANEL CONTROLS

  • STANDBY/MUTE

    • To mute press the button once (front LED will flash red). 

    • To enter standby press the button for two seconds (front LED will turn red).

    • If no audio signal is detected for ten minutes, the speaker will automatically go into networked standby mode (Wi-Fi and Ethernet remain active). When the speaker is in standby mode, press the button once to exit. A new audio signal will also automatically wake the speaker. Please note, if the Auxiliary Input has a cable plugged into the connection (with or without active audio content), the speaker will not go into standby mode automatically and will not stay in standby mode, even if manually activated.

  • INPUT

    • Cycles through the audio inputs. The order of the inputs is: Wireless/Ethernet (purple) > Auxiliary (green) > Bluetooth.

  • FRONT LED

    • The LED on front of the speaker indicates the following:

      • No Color: Speaker does not have power (or updating firmware).

      • Red: Speaker is in standby.

      • Flashing Red: Speaker is muted.

      • Purple: Wireless/Ethernet input active.

      • Flashing Purple: Wireless/Ethernet input active (no network connected).

      • Green: Auxiliary input active.

      • Blue: Bluetooth input active.

  • VOL –/VOL +

    • Adjusts the volume level.


REAR PANEL CONTROLS

  • POWER

    • When depressed, the speaker is on.

    • When extended, the speaker is off.

  • SUB OUT

    • When depressed, the deep bass output of the speaker is reduced and bass information is send directly to a connected external subwoofer.

    • When extended, the Crescendo handles all bass.

  • WI-FI SETUP AND STATUS: BUTTON

    • Pressing this button puts the Crescendo X into wireless setup mode. Please refer to the user’s manual for setup information.

  • WI-FI SETUP AND STATUS: LED

    • The status LED indicates the following information:

      • Rapid Blinking: booting up.

      • Blinking: connecting to a wireless router.

      • Slow Pulse: Access Point Setup Mode.

      • Two Blinks & Pause: WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) Mode.

      • Solid: Connected to a wireless router.

      • Off: Connected to a router via Ethernet.

  • RESET

    • For less than 3 seconds, insert a pin or other small object into the small hole above the “Reset” label on back of the speaker. A single tone will sound. This will reboot your wireless audio device. Network settings will not be cleared.

    • For 3 seconds or longer, insert a pin or other small object into the small hole above the “Reset” label on back of the speaker. Two tones will sound. This will reset your wireless audio device to factory settings and clear the network configuration.



 
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