Listen to music wherever you are
Whether you love listening to music alone at home or with friends at the beach, our speakers got you covered. Don’t be fooled by their size, even the smaller ones make some badass noise!
Frequently Asked Questions
In recent years there have been major developments in terms of listening to music. Where you used to have to place your favourite CD in the stereo system to enjoy it, you can now easily stream your Spotify list to your Bluetooth speaker.
You can connect a wireless Bluetooth speaker to your phone or tablet. The speaker plays the sound of the device it is connected to. For example, if you play music on your phone via Spotify, this music can be heard on the Bluetooth speaker.
Is the device connected to the Bluetooth speaker too far from the speaker or is the device out of power? Then the speaker automatically stops playing the music.
When your new speaker has arrived, you can of course no longer wait to enjoy your favourite songs extra hard. But before you can sing the lungs out of your body, the speaker must first be connected to your phone or tablet. We’ll explain how to connect the Bluetooth speaker to your phone in 3 steps.
1. Turn on Bluetooth on your phone
Open the settings and tap on Bluetooth. See if Bluetooth is already on or not. If it is still off, turn it on manually by moving the slider to the other side. You do this by tapping it once.
2. Turn on the Bluetooth speaker
Turn on your new speaker. A new Bluetooth speaker will always start up in pairing mode. This is the mode in which the speaker searches for new devices to connect to. Older models sometimes have to be put into pairing mode manually by pressing the Bluetooth button. If the speaker has been connected to another device before, you will have to activate the pairing mode manually. You do this by pressing the Bluetooth button on the speaker.
3. Link your phone to the speaker
Hold the phone near the speaker and wait until the speaker appears in your Bluetooth list under 'other devices'. As soon as the name of the speaker appears in the list, you can tap it and the phone will connect to the Bluetooth speaker.
Bluetooth speakers are ideal for listening to music in high quality. Our Bluetooth speakers are compact, wireless and provide you with great sound quality. But which speaker suits you best?
Are you looking for a speaker for your home? Then the Soul speaker is perfect for you. Thanks to the standing design, the Bluetooth speaker provides a room-filling sound. The speaker also fits into any interior thanks to the on-trend colours.
Do you prefer a Bluetooth speaker for on the go? Then the Rockbox Bold speakers are for you. The Rockbox Bold is a compact, powerful and waterproof speaker that is made to go anywhere. This speaker is available in different sizes, shapes and colours.
Are you looking for a Bluetooth speaker for your home or for another large room? Then it is important that the speaker provides a room-filling sound with good quality.
The Soul Bluetooth speaker is the speaker that is suitable for playing music in large spaces. The speaker has an amazing volume and intense bass. Prefer to listen in stereo? Then connect two Soul speakers with each other and enjoy twice as hard.
The Fresh 'n Rebel Bluetooth speakers can be connected to each other if they are the same model. With these 4 steps you can easily connect the speakers.
* Turn off the Bluetooth on your phone beforehand.
1. Turn on the first speaker
Turn on the first speaker. You will find the on/off button on the side of the speaker.
2. Turn on the second speaker
Turn on the second speaker. You will find the on/off button on the side of the speaker.
3. Prepare the first speaker for pairing
Click twice briefly on the Bluetooth button of the second speaker. You will then hear a 'bleep' as confirmation that the two speakers are properly connected. The LED light will then turn purple.
4. Turn on Bluetooth on your phone
Turn on Bluetooth on your phone and connect it to the speaker that will be visible in your Bluetooth list. You will hear a 'beep' when they are paired.
The technology of a Bluetooth speaker is completely different from that of a speaker that you connect with, for example, an aux cable. Bluetooth speakers work with software and hardware and a connection via radio waves.
There are a number of factors that can cause noise on the Bluetooth line:
- The Bluetooth speaker is used too close to Wi-Fi routers, kitchen appliances, PCs, or other Bluetooth devices. Bluetooth devices can be affected by the radio waves from these products.
- The Bluetooth speaker is carried in a breast pocket, trouser pocket or bag. The human body then forms a Bluetooth obstacle.
- The Bluetooth speaker is too far from the phone or other paired device.
- When a protective cover consisting of metal objects or thick materials is used.
- When music is played via internet connection.
- Playing large music files.
- When there are many apps running at the time of use.
Does the speaker continue to cut out? Restart both the speaker and the connected device. Make a Bluetooth connection again and check whether the Bluetooth speaker is still cutting out.
Can't figure it out? Please feel free to contact our customer service at [email protected].
Do you want to be able to operate your Bluetooth speaker even more easily? With these 8 simple steps you can connect your speaker to your Google Home system. In the meantime, you can practice saying the magic words: "Hey Google, play my favourite music!".
- Turn on your Bluetooth speaker and put it in pairing mode.
- Open the Google Home app and select the correct home.
- Tap and hold the tile of your Bluetooth device.
- Next, tap Settings → Audio
- Tap default music speaker → Pair Bluetooth speaker. The Google Home will now search for Bluetooth devices.
- Tap the Bluetooth speaker as soon as you see it appear on the screen.
- The speaker is now paired and ready for Google Home use.