Modes and connections

BLUETOOTH MODE

WHAT PROFILES AND COMPATIBILITIES DOES YOUR SPC RAZZ SPEAKER HAVE?

Your Razz Speaker supports a version of Bluetooth 4.2 with the following profiles:

- Advanced audio distribution profile (A2DP). It allows transmission of stereo audio signals.

- Audio/video remote control profile (AVRCP). It is used to send commands from a speaker to a Bluetooth player, for example an MP4 or smartphone.

- Hands free profile (HFP), designed to control a mobile ‘phone from a fixed hands free unit in the car.

- Headset profile (HSP), offers the basic functions necessary for communication between a mobile ‘phone and a speaker.

FIRST PAIRING

Using a music player with a Bluetooth connection (smartphone, tablet, MP3, MP4...) you can listen to your music through your Razz Speaker.

To make a new connection with your Razz Speaker via Bluetooth, you will have to activate Bluetooth mode on both your Razz Speaker and your audio player. Once these connections are activated, you will have to search for your SPC Razz in the list of Bluetooth devices detected by your audio player in the Bluetooth menu. After selecting your SPC RAZZ, the speaker will emit an established connection sound.

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WHAT CONTROLS DO I USE IN BLUETOOTH MODE?

The Bluetooth playback mode controls are as follows:

PREV/V-: Previous song. Keep it pressed to decrease volume.

NEXT/V+: Next song. Keep it pressed to increase volume.

PLAY/PAUSE: Pause playback. Press it again to resume playback. Keep it pressed to unlink the Bluetooth device.

HANDS-FREE FUNCTION

If you connect a smartphone via Bluetooth to your SPC Razz Speaker, you can answer/reject calls thanks to the built-in microphone..

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Press the Play/Pause button to accept the call. Press it again to hang up.

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Press and hold the Play/Pause button for two seconds to reject the incoming call.

FM RADIO MODE

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In FM Radio mode you can listen to FM stations available in your area. You can perform an FM search from 88 MHz to 108 MHz. To do this, follow these steps:

- With your speaker on, access the FM Radio mode by pressing the M button.

- Press and hold the Play button. The scanning process will begin.

- Once finished, all the FM stations found will be stored as follows: P01, P02, P03… The device can store up to 60 different presets.

If you take your SPC Razz to another region in which the FM radio stations change, you will have to do the FM frequency scan again.

What controls do I use in radio mode?

The radio playback mode controls are as follows:

PREV/V-: Previous stored station. Keep it pressed to decrease volume.

NEXT/V+: Next stored station. Keep it pressed to increase volume.

PLAY/PAUSE: Mute the device. Press it again to turn on the sound again. Keep it pressed to start the process of scanning and storing available FM stations.

 

MICRO SD MODE:

Thanks to the micro SD memory card reader, you can play the music that you have save on it.

Playback will follow the order in which the files are stored on your microSD card. We recommend separating the audio files into different folders so that the speaker manages the reading of them.

With your SPC Razz turned on, insert the MicroSD card into the slot and it will automatically start playback of the first stored file.

What cards does your Razz Speaker support?

SPC Razz Speaker is compatible with micro SD cards up to 64 GB.  It is compatible with MP3 and WAV files. Check that your audio files are in this format.

What controls do I use when playing from an SD card?

The MicroSD playback mode controls are as follows:

PREV/V-: Previous song. Keep it pressed to decrease volume.

NEXT/V+: Next song. Keep it pressed to increase volume.

PLAY/PAUSE: Pause playback. Press it again to resume playback.

 

AUXILIARY MODE:

Using the 3.5mm jack cable included with your SPC Razz, you can connect any audio player that has this audio output. Connecting your player and your Razz Speaker, using the 3.5mm jack cable you can listen to the music stored on your music device.

The auxiliary mode playback controls are as follows:

PREV/V-: Keep it pressed to decrease volume.

NEXT/V+: Keep it pressed to increase volume.

PLAY/PAUSE: Mute the device. Press it again to turn on the sound again.

The rest of actions, such as skipping forward or backwards must be done on the device to which the cable is connected.

 

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