How to Use a Heyday BTSP-41 Wireless Speaker

Introduction

Your Heyday speaker is an easy-to-use, simple method for getting big sound out of your mobile devices.

This guide will give you the basic overview of using your Heyday Cylinder Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Strap.

Heyday Cylinder Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Strap

1 Controls Overview

Top Controls

Top of speaker.

Volume Down
Volume Down.

  • Push to go decrease volume.
  • Hold to skip back one track.

Power Button
Power.

  • Push to turn on your speaker.
  • Hold to to turn off.

Volume Up
Volume Up.

  • Push to increase volume.
  • Hold to skip to next track.

Play Pause
Play-Pause.

  • Push to play or pause.
  • Push to answer or end a call you are on.

Back

Back of speaker.

Aux Port
Aux port.

  • Wired audio connection for your speaker.

Charging Port
MicroUSB Charging port.

  • Charging connection for your speaker.

2 Indicator Light

Indicator Light

  • Flashing Red Light
    Flashing red light.

    • Speaker has a low battery, charge it soon.
  • Solid Red Light
    Solid red light.

    • Speaker is charging.
  • No Light
    Light out.

    • Speaker has finished charging.
  • Flashing White
    White flashing light.

    • Speaker is in pairing mode.
  • Solid White
    Solid white light.

    • Speaker is connected to your Bluetooth device.

3 Indication Sounds

Indication Sounds
Speaker with sound waves.

  • Ascending Tones

    • Speaker is turning on.
  • Descending Tones

    • Speaker is turning off.
  • Three Rapid Tones

    • Speaker is ready to pair to your Bluetooth device.
  • Single Chime

    • Speaker has paired to your Bluetooth device.
  • Two Rapid Dings

    • Speaker battery is low, charge your speaker soon to continue using it.
  • Quick Ascending Tone

    • Speaker is at maximum volume.
  • Quick Descending Tone

    • Speaker is at minimum volume.

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Your Heyday speaker is an easy-to-use, simple method for getting big sound out of your mobile devices.

This guide will give you the basic overview of using your Heyday Cylinder Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Strap.

Heyday Cylinder Portable Bluetooth Speaker with Strap

Top Controls

Top of speaker.

Volume Down
Volume Down.

  • Push to go decrease volume.
  • Hold to skip back one track.

Power Button
Power.

  • Push to turn on your speaker.
  • Hold to to turn off.

Volume Up
Volume Up.

  • Push to increase volume.
  • Hold to skip to next track.

Play Pause
Play-Pause.

  • Push to play or pause.
  • Push to answer or end a call you are on.

Back

Back of speaker.

Aux Port
Aux port.

  • Wired audio connection for your speaker.

Charging Port
MicroUSB Charging port.

  • Charging connection for your speaker.

Indicator Light

  • Flashing Red Light
    Flashing red light.

    • Speaker has a low battery, charge it soon.
  • Solid Red Light
    Solid red light.

    • Speaker is charging.
  • No Light
    Light out.

    • Speaker has finished charging.
  • Flashing White
    White flashing light.

    • Speaker is in pairing mode.
  • Solid White
    Solid white light.

    • Speaker is connected to your Bluetooth device.

Indication Sounds
Speaker with sound waves.

  • Ascending Tones

    • Speaker is turning on.
  • Descending Tones

    • Speaker is turning off.
  • Three Rapid Tones

    • Speaker is ready to pair to your Bluetooth device.
  • Single Chime

    • Speaker has paired to your Bluetooth device.
  • Two Rapid Dings

    • Speaker battery is low, charge your speaker soon to continue using it.
  • Quick Ascending Tone

    • Speaker is at maximum volume.
  • Quick Descending Tone

    • Speaker is at minimum volume.

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