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Xeo 20 User manual

Status LEDs on the front

The two LEDs in the upper left corner of the cabinet front indicate the operational state of the speakers and system with various colours and blinking functions.

On state

Illuminated in blue

The speaker is switched on, connected to a Hub or Connect, and an audio signal is played back.

On state

Slow blinking in blue

The speaker is switched on, connected to a Hub or Connect, but an audio signal cannot be found.

On state

Illuminated in purple

The speaker is switched on, connected to a local input, and an audio signal is played back.

On state

Slow blinking in purple

The speaker is switched on, connected to a local input, but an audio signal cannot be found.

Connection

Slow blinking in red

There is no active transmitter (Hub, Connect, mobile device…) / master, or a connection is not possible.

Search

Fast blinking in blue for 20 min

Searching for an active input.

Synchronisation / Connection

Fast blinking in red for 10 s

System synchronization during no transmitter (Hub, Connect, mobile device…) / master connection.

Synchronisation / Connection

Blue LED is turned off for 0.2 s

New transmitter (Hub, Connect, mobile device…) ID, transmitter input, or a direct input is selected.

Synchronisation / Connection

Illuminated in red for 5 s

Receiver mode is changing.

Synchronisation / Connection

Illuminated in white

A Bluetooth connection is established.

Synchronisation / Connection

Slow blinking in white

The speaker is in pairing mode.

Firmware loading

White LED: slow to fast blinking during the load sequence, Red LED: illuminated

Speaker firmware is being loaded.

Volume

Fast blinking in blue

The speaker volume is being adjusted.

Mute

Fading in and out

The speaker is muted.

Off state

Illuminated dimly in red

The speaker is in standby mode.

LED Blinking Codes

Off

Illuminated in white

Illuminated in a colour

Slow blinking (1 or 2 Hz)

Fast blinking (3 or 4 Hz)