With the rising percentage of people getting stress due to work and other tasks, music became their go-to channel to release stress and tension.
It has become a source of entertainment for everyone and notably, it’s quite a satisfaction to hear sound or music from a channel such as a subwoofer.
Your Bose subwoofer works as a mood-setter. Imagine the gain you get from its high-level quality sound, it can totally mend your boring hour.
But technical glitches are ready to ruin the moment. It affects the listening experience by compelling you to just switch off the speakers.
That could be a moment-blocker, and everyone despises it.
So, to help you identify the possible reasons for the technical glitches on your subwoofers, we compile some of the most essential discussions to help you maintain that incredible listening experience.
Why does my Bose subwoofer cut in and out?
Poor connectivity between devices could be one reason why the subwoofer cuts out. It indicates an individual technical issue among the devices. Know that these are your possible areas of concern.
You may also want to check the compatibility of the devices. If it seems like they are not technically matched, consider finding alternatives to level up your listening experience.
Let’s examine details of these issues below:
a. Poor connection between the speaker and the device
Poor connection between the speaker and device can be linked to the failure of the two to perform their intended purpose, regardless of the bluetooth and auxiliary cord it’s connected to.
Try connecting the speaker to a device it’s not familiar to. Check if the speaker will connect or not.
If the speaker connects with another device, the possible problem may come from the device itself.
If the new device and the speaker failed to connect, then it’s most possible that the problem stems from the speaker itself.
You may also check the proximity of the speaker and the device. If you think distance affects the performance of the speaker, then relocate it in a space not too distant from the device.
Range also influences the performance of both the speaker and the device. So, it is advisable that you give an eye to this area.
If you are using an auxiliary cord, it is recommended that you try a new cord to see if the problem roots from the cord itself.
At some point, the auxiliary cord may fail to perform so it would be advisable to have a glance at this also.
b. Technical Glitches of the Device
It is easy to point a finger to the speaker when it malfunctions while it is connected to a separate device. In other words, it can be deemed the root cause of cutting out.
It may be true in some other cases, but it’s also important to look at how the device is performing. Either way, the speaker could be a potential culprit if it emanates a crack-like sound.
Check if the sound on the device is muted. It’s common knowledge that the speaker produces sound coming from the device ranging from low to a high volume.
If the device’s sound is turned off, expect the speaker to produce a zero sound.
To fix this issue is plain and simple, make sure the device sound is on so that the speaker will project the sound. Remember the volume of the device is the first line for the sound to travel to the speakers.
The sound of the speaker depends on the volume control of your device. If it’s low and quiet, the speaker will have to play in the same mode.
Another issue that you need to keep an eye on is internet connectivity. If for instance you are streaming on your device that is dependent on a solid internet connectivity, make sure your connection can cater the needed data.
Having a poor internet connection affects the quality of your listening experience. So make sure that your platform conforms to the technical capacity of your internet connectivity.
Another one that requires a slight concern is the battery device.
If your device plays in a low battery, chances are the sound gets interrupted. This means poor sound quality.
The solution is simple. Most often, the device gets charged when connected to a bluetooth device or an auxiliary cord.
When a device is connected to a power source, it helps in maintaining the performance of the device by preventing it from cutting out.
c. Technical Glitches with the speaker
If your speaker easily gets connected to your device at a fast speed or vice versa, it’s possible that a high issue could be pointed to the speaker itself.
One issue that you need to consider is when your device turns off while in use, then gets back to playing mode in a while.
Your speaker should play while in use for the whole time, unless the battery is drained or the device is turned off due to prolonged use.
Notice also if the blue light turns on, if not, it’s an indication of a low battery level of the speaker. This means you have to charge it until it gets full.
Also, check if the red lights are flashing. At this point, the speaker is telling you that it needs some updates.
If you have successfully updated the speaker but the problem still arises, you might have to reset the speaker.
Resetting your speaker may lose your device connection, it is much better to do so if you want to correct the issue of poor connection.
d.The Device is distant from the bluetooth range
It’s a common issue for users to experience hassle when their speaker is located at a distance far from the bluetooth range.
Mobility is one convenience users would feel while using a bluetooth speaker. But they are not designed to perform in a large range of connectivity.
Bluetooth speakers allow you to move away from the device which obviously can’t be done when connected to the auxiliary cord. However, it’s a thing to know that bluetooth speakers won’t work if it’s too distant from the device.
It is helpful to check the manual before you purchase a bluetooth device.
This can help you know the specific range intended for the bluetooth speaker.
Knowing the range of the speaker helps you know where to place the device. At least, you don’t need to worry about connectivity issues.
As long as you place the speaker within the recommended bluetooth range, there’ll be no problem with having it cut out.
Bose subwoofer crackling sound
In our above discussions, we covered detailed reasons behind the technical glitches of both the speaker and the device.
This portion now talks about the possible culprits why your Bose subwoofer projects crackling sound.
You may check out the following:
a. Check for sources of wireless interference
Possibly, wireless interference may cause the dysfunctionality of your speaker. Look after this source and then restart your speaker. If the device has a wireless channel setting, try another setting and check if it works.
b. How do I fix my Bose Bass Module?
Fixing this problem is simple. Disconnect and wait for 30 seconds. After the given time, turn the speaker on and then reconnect it again.
c. How do I reset my Bose subwoofer?
The same procedure applies to this problem. Disconnect the power cord, wait for 30 seconds and then turn the speaker on.
d. How to fix a Bose static speaker?
To fix this problem, here are the possible steps:
1. Check if the system is set up properly and make sure the connections are solidly secured.
2. Make sure the external audio device is connected properly.
3. Check the cables, if you think they’re used enough to be replaced, then consider having a new one.
4. Connect a different audio device.
5. Reset your product. In case resetting doesn’t work, you may have to consult a technical expert to do the checking.
e. Why does my Bose Subwoofer keep on cutting out?
Your speaker will keep on cutting out if it is far from the bluetooth range or batteries are drained. Keep in mind that in order for the sound to maintain its quality, the speaker should not be distant from the recommended range, or have a look at the speaker’s battery.
Listening to music could be relaxing if it’s not restrained by technical glitches. Hence, it takes knowledge to fix issues concerning your Bose subwoofers.
Just by simply reading this article, you are getting familiarized on how to properly treat connection problems of your Bose subwoofers.
In case most of the suggestions are not working, it would be the best time to seek help from a technical expert to further assess the depth of the problem.
For now, you can use the mentioned seamless steps to maintain that quality listening experience. Once you encounter a similar problem, you can review the needed to-do’s for you to have that better listening experience.
How do I contact Bose customer support
If you are experiencing issues with your Bose subwoofer that cannot be resolved, you may need to contact Bose customer support. You can reach Bose customer support by phone at 1-800-905-1273 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org