Bluetooth Speaker No Settings Available.


  1. Posts : 139
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       #1

    Bluetooth Speaker No Settings Available.


    Hello, So I recently purchased a Bluetooth LED Light Bulb Speaker...(it looked interesting *shrugs*)
    The sound is decent for what it is, I just have one problem. If I'm watching a video on YouTube for example and it's someone talking. When they stop talking and the begin to talk again there is a popping sound and a few milliseconds are cut off...almost as if the speakers went to power saving mode while no audio is playing. This happens if there is a couple seconds of no talking to one minute of no talking it doesn't matter. The Bluetooth LED Bulb itself has no settings I can mess with and I've searched threw settings within Windows 10. The Power Management for the Bluetooth itself is set to not go to sleep which I understand this is a different setting than the actual speaker. So I'm at a loss and don't know what to do.

    Any Suggestions?
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  2. indianacarnie's Avatar
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       #2

    Always nice to see a fellow Hoosier!

    Have you updated your Bluetooth drivers? Does the speaker itself have a firmware update?
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  3. Posts : 139
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    Thread Starter
       #3

    Whoa how did you know I'm a Hooiser? I like to stay anonymous when possible lol.

    The speaker was simply pair and play you can say...didn't come with many instructions or software.
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  4. indianacarnie's Avatar
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    Your flag......

    You could try going to the manufacturer's site to see if there's a firmware update or newer driver. You could also go to device manager to check if Windows could use a driver. Type device manager in search > expand (if needed) Bluetooth > right click on what's there > choose update
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  5. Posts : 139
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    Device Manager already says I have the best driver installed. Website doesn't offer anything except downloadable manual.
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  6. indianacarnie's Avatar
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    Well , I'm about out of ideas to be honest. Is this a higher end piece or more bargain basement quality wise? If the latter it may just be the speaker itself. Does this happen with other Bluetooth devices, the lag I mean.
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  7. Posts : 139
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    Thread Starter
       #7

    It's a $49 speaker on the official website. I personally didn't pay that much but I'm guessing maybe it just is the speaker. I have another Bluetooth Speaker from Panasonic and no I don't think is does that. I might just use this LED Speaker Bulb for something else than a computer speaker.

    Thank you for trying to help though. It was appreciated!
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  8. indianacarnie's Avatar
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    Sorry I couldn't be more help for you. I had a Bluetooth Bose Mini II that worked magnificently before it was stolen. I have an Anker Bluetooth now that's not nearly as good and it cuts out every now and then. I figure its the speaker itself. I'll ask around and see if I can come up with something else for you so keep checking back here. I'll post if I find anything or maybe someone else will have a answer. Again, sorry I couldn't have been more helpful.
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