How do I operate my Beoplay A3?

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Beoplay A3 is a portable speaker you can bring with you everywhere. No matter how you place Beoplay A3, the Adaptive Stereo Orientation ensures the optimum sound experience. 

 


 

Place the enclosed cover correctly around your iPad. When you dock your iPad, remember to lock it to
connect the Beoplay A3 and to avoid the iPad from disconnecting or falling out. Connect Beoplay A3 to the mains supply. Beoplay A3 will switch on automatically.
Please note that if you dock the iPad while Beoplay A3 is operating on battery, you will need to switch on by pressing the standby button.

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Beoplay A3 layout and settings

Volume (+/-) Press the buttons to adjust the volume
Mains supply Use the enclosed mains adapter to charge your Beoplay A3.
Light indicator The light indicator indicates the power level whether in battery mode or connected to the mains.
Standby/switch off When connected to the mains supply, press the standby button to switch Beoplay A3 to standby
Lock/unlock (mceclip1.png) To lock the docked iPad, push the slider to the lock position. To eject your iPad, push the slider to the unlock position.
Battery indicator
(battery operated)
When in battery mode, a green light indicates that the power level of the battery is high.
The orange light indicates a medium power level of the battery, and the battery needs to be charged soon.
The red light indicates that the power level of the battery is low, and the battery needs to be charged.
If there is no battery power left, there is no indicator light.
Battery indicator
(connected to the mains)

When connected to the mains, no light indicates that the battery is fully charged.
The green light indicates that the battery level is charged to a high level.
The orange light indicates that the battery is
charged to a medium level.
The red light indicates that the battery is
almost discharged.

Speaker settings When your iPad is docked in
Beoplay A3, you can make the speaker
settings.
> Select ‘Settings’ on your iPad.
> Select ‘Speakers’.
Options are ‘Flat’ and ‘Speech’. With ‘Flat’ no
additional filtering is applied to
the audio signal. With ‘Speech’ filtering is applied to the signal to improve the intelligibility of speech.

 


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