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AWSBT10
PREMIER
portable wireless speaker
quick start guide
Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of this Acoustic
Research Premier Series speaker, the ultimate in
stereo-capable wireless sound.
This speaker offers two setup options:
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Single-Speaker setup for one Premier
speaker
Stereo setup for two Premier speakers
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This guide takes you through the steps for either
setup option.
Unpack
Make sure the following items came in this package.
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Wireless speaker
AC power adapter
3.5mm AUX in cable
Getting to know Bluetooth
Bluetooth wireless is a quick and easy way to connect a smartphone to a speaker
or a headset. There are basically two steps to making Bluetooth work.
PAIRING:
The two devices get to
know each other.
“Hi. I’m a phone.”
“Hi. I’m a
speaker.”
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CONNECTING:
The two devices do
something together (like
play music).
This guide takes you
through the steps to get
started.
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Single-Speaker Setup
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Set the Left-Mono-Right
switch to Mono.
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Press the button on top of
the speaker to turn it on.
Speaker back
Speaker front
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Note: Even though this speaker comes from the
factory charged, it’s a good idea to recharge
it fully before using it for an extended period
of time. See page 7 for info on recharging the
speaker.
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The Status light on the front of
the speaker blinks blue.
Enable Bluetooth on your device (if it isn’t already on).
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Notes:
Make sure the Status light on the front of the speaker is blinking
blue. (If it isn’t, press and hold the Pair button on top of the
speaker until the speaker gives an audio signal.)
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Settings
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Settings
VPN Settings
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Blinking blue
If you’ve previously paired a different Bluetooth device with this
speaker, the speaker will automatically attempt to reconnect to
that device when you switch the speaker on. If you want to pair to a
new device, press and hold the Pair button on the speaker until the
speaker gives an audio signal.
Select AR Speaker from the list of Bluetooth devices available.
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Bluetooth devices
Headset
Speaker front
Computer
AR Speaker
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Solid blue
Notes: If you don’t see AR Speaker
in the list of Bluetooth devices on
your phone, choose “Scan” from your
phone’s Bluetooth menu.
The process of enabling Bluetooth
and connecting varies from device
to device. See your device’s owners
manual for more information and
specific instructions.
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The speaker gives an audio signal when it’s finished connecting to your
smartphone. The Status light on the front of the speaker turns solid blue.
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Single-Speaker Setup
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Start playing music on your
Bluetooth device.
The speaker starts streaming your
music wirelessly.
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Note: Make sure your device’s volume is set to
at least 75%.
To control the volume, press the + and – buttons on
top of the speaker, or use the volume controls on
your Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth Wireless Connection Tips
• Make sure the Bluetooth capability of your device is turned on.
• Make sure there’s nothing plugged into the speaker’s Aux In jack when
you’re trying to use Bluetooth.
• The Bluetooth wireless connection works up to a range of roughly 33 feet
(10 meters). This range may vary, however, based on other factors, such as
room layout, wall material, obstacles, your device’s Bluetooth performance,
etc. If you’re having problems connecting to the speaker, move closer to it.
• If your device asks you for a password to connect, use “0000”.
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Stereo Setup
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Set the Left-Mono-Right
switch on one speaker to Left.
If you have two speakers...
Set the Left-Mono-Right switch on
the other speaker to Right.
Speaker back
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Speaker back
Press the button on top of
the left speaker to turn it on.
Left speaker front
Press the button on top of the right
speaker to turn it on.
Right speaker front
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Slow
blinking
white
Slow
blinking
white
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The Status light on the front
of the left speaker blinks white
slowly.
The Status light on the front of the
right speaker blinks white slowly.
Wait for the Status light on the
right speaker to turn solid white.
This means the two speakers are
linked for stereo and ready to pair with
your Bluetooth device.
Left speaker
Right speaker
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Fast
blinking
white
Solid white
The Status light on the left
speaker will start blinking white
faster.
LEFT LINKED RIGHT
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Stereo Setup
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Enable Bluetooth on your
device (if it isn’t already on).
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Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Settings
Bluetooth
Bluetooth Settings
VPN Settings
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Select AR Stereo from the list
of Bluetooth devices available.
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If you have two speakers...
Make sure the Status light on the front of the
left speaker is fast-blinking white. (If it isn’t,
press and hold the Pair button on top of the left
speaker until the speaker gives an audio signal.)
Note: If you’ve previously paired a different
Bluetooth device with this speaker, the speaker
will automatically attempt to reconnect to that
device when you switch the speaker on. If you
want to pair to a new device, press and hold the
Pair button on the speaker until the speaker
gives an audio signal.
The left speaker gives an audio signal
when it’s finished connecting to your
smartphone. The Status light on the
front of the speaker turns solid white.
Bluetooth devices
Headset
Left speaker
Computer
AR Stereo
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Solid white
If you don’t see AR Stereo in the list of Bluetooth devices on your phone, choose “Scan” from
your phone’s Bluetooth menu.
Note: The process of enabling Bluetooth and connecting varies from device to device. See
your device’s owners manual for more information and specific instructions.
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Start playing music on your
Bluetooth device.
The speakers start streaming your
music wirelessly, in True Stereo.
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Note: Make sure your device’s volume is set to
at least 75%.
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To control the volume, press the + and – buttons
on top of the left speaker, or use the volume
controls on your Bluetooth device.
Using the AUX input
Speaker back
Use the audio cable included with this speaker to
connect the audio output from your device to the
Aux In audio input on the speaker’s back panel (you
might need to open the rubber flap protecting the
jack). The speaker automatically switches to the
Aux In audio. The Status light on the front of the
speaker turns white if you’re using a single speaker.
It turns blue if you’re using two in stereo mode.
To listen to Bluetooth audio again, unplug the cable
from the speaker’s Aux In jack.
Recharging the speaker
The speaker’s built-in rechargeable battery comes from the factory with a
charge, so you can start using the speaker as soon as you get it out of the box.
After you’ve used it for a while, you’ll need to recharge the speaker’s battery.
To recharge the speaker: Plug the included AC cable into the DC In jack on the
back of the speaker.
Plug the other end of the adapter into a power
outlet.
Speaker back
The Battery indicator on the front of the speaker
is red while the speaker is charging. It turns green
when the speaker is fully charged.
Note: You can use the speaker while it’s charging.
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Tour of the Premier Series wireless speaker
Front
STEREO MODE
SINGLE-SPEAKER
MODE
Status indicator shows the connection status of the speaker.
Status Indicator
Speaker status
Solid blue
Connected via Bluetooth
Fast blinking blue
Ready to pair via Bluetooth
Slow blinking blue
Reconnecting via Bluetooth
Solid white
Connected via the Aux in jack
Status Indicator, Speaker
Speaker status
Solid white, right speaker
Linked with the left speaker for stereo
Solid white, left speaker
Both speakers are connected via
Bluetooth
Slow blinking white, right speaker
Linking with the left speaker
Slow blinking white, left speaker
Reconnecting via Bluetooth
Fast blinking white, left speaker
Ready to pair with your device via
Bluetooth
Solid blue, left speaker
Connected via the Aux in jack
Battery is solid red when charging and turns green when fully charged.
Top
(Power) button turns the speaker on and off.
Pair button initiates pairing with a Bluetooth device.
– and + buttons increase or decrease the volume of the speaker’s audio.
Back
Aux In jack lets you connect directly to the speaker to listen to an audio source.
Left-Mono-Right switch lets you set up two speakers as a stereo pair (Left and
Right). Otherwise, this switch should be set to Mono.
DC In jack connects to the AC adapter provided to charge or power the speaker.
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