Make sure the battery is not depleted. Insert the charging cable; if the battery is fully depleted, wait 2-5 minutes to see if the charging bars begin to flash before using again.If the speaker is charged but still not working, hold the power button for 8-10 seconds to reset the speaker.
First raise the volume on the speaker and on the source device to be sure the connection is indeed not in place. If that doesn’t solve it, then tap the Bluetoothselector to return it to pairing/connecting mode. The Bluetooth light should be flashing), then return to the source device to select the Rocksteady Stadium speaker. You can also tap and hold the Bluetoothselector for 3-4 seconds to erase all previously paired devices. On the source device, “ERASE” the RocksteadyStadium speaker from the previously paired devices and then search to connect to a new Bluetooth device.
Same as the solution above. If the connection is working from the source speaker, but satellites are not connecting then tap the Stadium selector on your Host device, (you should hear a chime and see the Stadium light flash). On the Satellite speakers, disconnect from any source devices (as well as disconnect the 3.5mm cable or tap the Bluetooth button to disconnect from any wirelessly connected source devices), then tap the Stadium selector to place it in Host mode.
Try moving the source device or speaker to be closer in proximity to each other or move Satellite speakers closer to the Host speaker to improve the strength of the signal.
Hold the Power button for 8-10 seconds to reset the speaker.
Increase the volume on the source device (smartphone or other source device), and check the volume level on the speaker.
No, when a phone call comes in, the ROCKsteady Stadium speaker will go silent until the call ends and music is resumed. Your phone call cannot be heard on the ROCKsteady Stadium speakers and there is no microphone to listen to your conversation.
Yes, any USB charger and Type-C cable will charge the ROCKsteady® Stadium speakers. For optimal use, we do recommend using the charger(s) included with your speaker(s) and additional chargers are available at ROCKsteadyAudio.com/Stadium/Accessories. It is not recommended to use chargers at greater than 12V or 3Amps to charge your ROCKsteady Stadium speakers.
No. ROCKsteady® Stadium is never listening and does not have a microphone.
No, ROCKsteady® Stadium does not have any Voice Assist Features as it has no microphone.
Be sure your phone/source device is not muted, then check the volume level on the source and speaker(s) to correct the issue.
Yes, however we strongly recommend that you disconnect use if the speaker gets wet.
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