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The Bose Soundlink Color II is a small and lightweight Bluetooth speaker that’s perfect for taking with you on the go. It has a built-in rechargeable battery that provides up to eight hours of playback time, and it can be paired with any Bluetooth-enabled device. It’s undoubtedly one of the greatest speakers of bose but nothing lasts long without any issue.
If you’re having trouble connecting a Soundlink speaker to your phone, the connection is unreliable, or it doesn’t sound right, you may reset your bose soundlink color 2 to make sure there aren’t any software problems. Here we will explain how to reset your bose soundlink color 2 speaker effortlessly within a moment.
When you reset a speaker, it will return to the default selection and other settings that were in place when it came out of the box. Since this is not an electronic device with personal data stored on them factory resets are trivial for Bluetooth speakers rather than devices Personalization options allow users more control over their sound experience including adjusting EQs ( Eccentricity Correction), filters, etc.
If your soundlink color 2 speaker is working with Bose App then you can easily update your Bluetooth speaker’s internal software and solve your issue without resetting it.
Look at the following where I have explained some of the simple steps to reset the bose soundlink color 2:
If the above one isn’t working with your then you can try these steps:
Step 1: Connect your bose color 2 to a power outlet
Step 2: Press and hold the Multi-function button for 5 seconds
Step 3: Remove the speaker from the wall outlet while keeping the Multi-function button pressed.
Step 4: Release it
Step 5: Bose color 2 speaker must be rebooting now
There are lots of bose speakers rumbling around the market but some of them which are very popular such as Bose Soundlink Color, Bose Soundlink Mini, Mini 2, Revolve, and more are currently dominating the consumer’s house. That’s we are sharing with you some simple reset tips below:
Bose SoundLink Color II can last for about 12 hours of music playtime on a single charge.
However, if you are pairing two devices and listening to the same audio source (such as an audiobook) then it will only last up to eight hours. The battery life depends on your volume level and the type of content you are playing.
However, the battery life is considerably shorter than the other Bluetooth speakers in its class.
The Bose SoundLink Color II is a great Bluetooth speaker that offers good sound quality, portability, and battery life. It’s perfect for taking with you on the go, and its long battery life means you can enjoy your music all day long. While it’s not the cheapest Bluetooth speaker on the market, it’s well worth the money if you want something that sounds good and is easy to use.
If your budget allows, I’d recommend getting a Bose SoundLink Mini II or III instead of the Color II because they sound better and have more features (like NFC pairing) but they cost $129-199 vs $119 for this one.
The battery in the SoundLink Color can be replaced, but it’s not a task that is easily done. It requires some disassembly of the speaker and is not recommended for those who are not familiar with taking apart electronics. If you do decide to replace the battery yourself, Bose has a helpful guide on their website.
The Bose SoundLink II does not have active noise-canceling, but it’s still a great speaker. It has excellent sound quality and is very portable.
The Bose SoundLink II does not come with a microphone, but you can purchase one separately.
The Bose SoundLink headphones can’t connect to a TV, but they can be used with other devices like computers and smartphones.
The buttons on the Bose SoundLink Color II are as follows:
Power button – turn the speaker on or off.
Volume up/down – changes the volume of the speaker.
Play/pause/skip track forward or back when pressed once; hold down for three seconds to skip through tracks quickly in either direction (this only works with music that has been transferred onto SD card).
Pairing button – connects the speaker to your phone’s Bluetooth.
There are two LEDs on the front of the speaker that indicates battery life and connection status. These lights will flash green when pairing with a new device via Bluetooth and blue when connected successfully.
The battery indicator will glow red if it is less than 20%. It will also flash in sync with music that’s playing on this device as well, so you know what song is next without looking at your phone or computer screen by just listening to the speaker itself!
It takes about two hours to fully charge the Bose SoundLink Color II.