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ALTO BLUETOOTH TOTAL Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Professional Equipment has a rating of 4.5 stars based on 2 reviews.

ALTO BLUETOOTH TOTAL Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Professional Equipment

  • $69.00
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MAKE ANY SPEAKER WIRELESS

Bluetooth Total is an XLR-equipped rechargeable Bluetooth receiver that streams audio wirelessly to mixers or powered loudspeakers.

No more cumbersome cables! With Bluetooth Total, you can convert hard-wired mixers or powered loudspeakers into wireless devices, free from restrictive, messy connection cables.

Steam to a single receiver, or wirelessly link two Bluetooth Totals together and conveniently fill the room with even more sound.

 Features

  • XLR-equipped rechargeable Bluetooth receiver
  • Stream audio wirelessly to mixers or powered loudspeakers
  • Bluetooth links two receivers for cable-free stereo playback
  • USB port for charging or continuous AC power for fixed use
  • Battery- or AC-powered (power adapter included)

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 Manual details for setup

Box Contents: Bluetooth Total® , Mini-USB Charging Cable, User Guide. Charging Bluetooth Total: Use the included mini-USB cable to connect Bluetooth Total to a USB power adapter (sold separately) connected to a power outlet or your computer (powered on). Note: Bluetooth Total may not be fully charged upon purchase. While it is safe to use it right away, charging for 3-4 hours before initial use will ensure a full charge and the best performance.

Controls

1. XLR Output

2. Stereo-Link

3. Stereo-Link LED

4. Pair

5. Pair LED

6. Pad

7. Power On/Off

8. Power and Battery Status LEDs

9. Mini-USB Charging Port

LED Activity When ON and battery is not charging: 20–100% = Green LED lit solid. 10–20% = Green and Amber LEDs are lit solid. 0–10% = Green and Red LEDs are lit solid. Power Standby Mode = Green LED off. Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds. When ON and battery is charging: Power Standby Mode = Green LED off. Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds. 5–80% Charged = Green LED is on. Amber LED flashes slowly. 80–95% Charged = Green LED flashes slowly, Amber LED is off. >95% Charged = Green LED is lit solid. When OFF and charging: Power Standby Mode = Green LED off. Red LED flashes once every 10 seconds. 5%–80% Charged = Amber LED flashes slowly. 80%–95% Charged = Green LED flashes slowly. >95% Charged = Green LED lit solid. Bluetooth Pairing a Single Bluetooth Total

1. Power on your Bluetooth device.

2. Power on Bluetooth Total.

3. Press and release the Pair button on Bluetooth Total.

A pairing tone will sound every few seconds while Bluetooth Total waits for successful pairing. Note: Press Pair again before your device is paired, to cancel the pairing process. Note: Before pairing, turn off Wi-Fi on your device and stop any audio playback. 4. Navigate to your Bluetooth device’s setup screen, find “Bluetooth Total” and connect. 5. When paired successfully, a confirmation tone will sound and the blue Pair LED will illuminate solid. Note: If your Bluetooth device prompts for a pairing code, enter “0000”. 6. Adjust the volume on your Bluetooth device. To erase previous pairing settings, press and hold the Pair button for 3 seconds. A confirmation tone will sound, indicating that pairing settings have been erased. You can now pair to a new device. Note: When wirelessly connected to a single loudspeaker, you will only hear half of the stereo audio signal. In order to hear the full, summed signal, consult your device's documentation to see how to set your audio output to mono. Stereo-Linking 2 Bluetooth Total Units 1. Follow steps 1-6 in the Bluetooth Pairing a Single Bluetooth Total section. 2. Press and release the Stereo-Link button on each unit. 3. Both Stereo-Link LEDs will blink and a linking tone will sound while each Bluetooth Total "searches" for the other. 4. When they are successfully linked, each Bluetooth Total will produce a confirmation tone and the Stereo-Link LEDs on both units will be lit solid. Note: The default linking process enables stereo playback by providing half of the stereo audio signal to each speaker. For mono PA applications, consult your device's documentation to see how to set your audio output to mono. To erase linking settings on the linked unit, press and hold the StereoLink button for 3 seconds. A confirmation tone will sound, indicating that linking settings have been erased. To erase linking settings on both units, press and hold the Stereo-Link button on the master unit for 3 seconds. A confirmation tone will sound, indicating that linking settings have been erased.


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