Per caricare l'altoparlante Ultimate Ears, collegare il cavo di ricarica incluso alla porta micro USB situata all'interno dello sportello a tenuta stagna. Per una ricarica più rapida, utilizzare il cavo di alimentazione e USB in dotazione. Non caricare mai l'altoparlante se la porta micro USB, il cavo di ricarica o i connettori sono bagnati, sporchi o danneggiati. Se l'altoparlante è stato utilizzato in piscina o al mare, consigliamo vivamente di sciacquarlo con cura con acqua fresca dopo l'utilizzo. Una volta pulito, lasciarlo asciugare completamente all'aria prima di caricarlo. L'altoparlante è impermeabile, tuttavia le sostanze chimiche delle piscine o il sale del mare possono danneggiare col tempo le tenute impermeabili se non vengono risciacquate dopo l'uso. Il cavo di ricarica micro USB incluso con l'altoparlante non è impermeabile. Utilizzare sempre un connettore micro USB asciutto e pulito per caricare l'altoparlante. Se si ritiene che un cavo o connettore sia stato compromesso in qualsiasi modo con acqua o altri contaminanti, non utilizzarlo per caricare gli altoparlanti. Contattarci per richiedere un cavo sostitutivo.
Se l'altoparlante Ultimate Ears deve essere rimesso a nuovo dopo lunghe nottate e avventure, provare la seguente procedura.
PULIZIA DEL RIVESTIMENTO ACUSTICO (OSSIA IL TESSUTO)Sarà necessario uno spruzzino o un flacone con erogatore spray, sapone per piatti e una spazzola a setole morbide.
- Accertarsi che l'altoparlante Ultimate Ears sia spento
- Inumidire il tessuto dell'altoparlante Ultimate Ears con acqua mediante uno spruzzino o un flacone con erogatore spray.
- Bagnare una spazzola a setole morbide con acqua e sapone e sfregare delicatamente il rivestimento dell'altoparlante Ultimate Ears.
- Sciacquare velocemente il sapone o pulire con un panno bagnato.
- Una volta pulito, lasciarlo asciugare completamente all'aria prima di caricarlo.
PULIZIA DELLA PARTE IN GOMMASarà necessario un panno in cotone o microfibra e un detergente per la casa come alcol isopropilico o un detergente per vetri. In alternativa, utilizzare salviette disinfettanti.
- Versare la soluzione di pulizia sul panno in microfibra.
- Pulire le parti in gomma e i tappi superiori e inferiori.
- Rimuovere eventuali eccessi di detergente con un panno asciutto.
- Una volta pulito, lasciarlo asciugare completamente all'aria prima di caricarlo.
Sì. L'altoparlante Ultimate Ears è certificato IPX7, può essere immerso in acqua fino a 1 metro ed è in grado di resistere per un massimo di 30 minuti. Accertarsi che lo sportello a tenuta stagna per la porta ausiliaria da 3,5 mm e la porta micro USB sia fissato accuratamente prima di avvicinare l'altoparlante Ultimate Ears all'acqua. Il cavo di ricarica micro USB incluso con MEGABOOM non è impermeabile. Non caricare mai l'altoparlante Ultimate Ears se la porta micro USB, il cavo di ricarica o i connettori sono bagnati, sporchi o danneggiati. Utilizzare sempre un connettore micro USB asciutto e pulito per caricare l'altoparlante. Se si ritiene che un cavo o connettore sia stato compromesso in qualsiasi modo con acqua o altri contaminanti, non utilizzarlo per caricare gli altoparlanti. Contattarci per richiedere un cavo sostitutivo.
Answer: The Floatie for ROLL 2 is designed for use only with your ROLL 2. It shouldn't be used as a flotation device, life-saving device or for any use other than keeping your ROLL 2 floating cooly at your next pool, beach or bath party. (This includes your hamster, too, despite how tempting it might be to turn the Floatie for ROLL 2 into his/her private pool raft).
You can set your alarm to repeat daily by selecting “Daily Repeat” in the app Alarm settings, but you will not be able set multiple alarms for the same day.
A backup alarm will play on your phone or tablet.
A: No. Your alarm will play on the primary ROLL 2 that it was connected to when the alarm was set up. It will not play on two ROLL 2s, even if you last used them in Double Up mode.
When you cross different time zones, your ROLL 2 alarm will NOT automatically change to the new time zone even if the clock on your phone changes. You will have to adjust the alarm time in the ROLL app manually.
Most music services work with the ROLL 2 alarm, including popular services like Spotify and Pandora. To use a music service with the alarm: Play the music you would like from the music service. This can be a specific song, a playlist or a radio station. Then go to the alarm settings in the ROLL app and select “Last Played”.
If your alarm played the backup alarm sound instead of the music you selected, check the following: The music service or internet radio app you selected may not have activated. Your phone may be out of range of your ROLL 2 – make sure the two devices are within 65 feet of each other. The Bluetooth connection is off on your phone or your phone is in Airplane mode – make sure you keep the Bluetooth connection on. Your phone may be off or out of battery – make sure your phone is on (your alarm will still play if your phone is Locked) Your phone may have lost the connection to the internet/network.
If your alarm played on your phone instead of your ROLL 2, check the following: Your phone may be out of range of your ROLL 2 – make sure the two devices are within 65 feet of each other. The Bluetooth connection is off on your phone or your phone is in Airplane mode – make sure you keep the Bluetooth connection on. Your ROLL 2 has no power – be sure the battery on your ROLL 2 is charged or the ROLL 2 is connected to a power source. Someone else is using your ROLL 2 when the alarm is scheduled to go off.
Yes, your alarm will still activate as you have it set.
That song will repeat until you turn the alarm off. After 1 hour, the alarm will turn itself off. If you snooze your alarm, it will play for an hour from the last snooze.
On your phone or tablet: Snooze by tapping the Snooze icon. Turn off your alarm by swiping the arrow from left to right. On your ROLL 2: Snooze by pressing the Bluetooth button once. Turn off the alarm by pressing the power button. Snooze will delay the alarm by 10 minutes. If you don’t snooze or turn your alarm off, your music will continue to play for an hour.
You have two options when selecting the alarm music on your ROLL 2: Last Played: Choosing this option allows you to set the alarm music with the last song that was played from your phone or tablet. This can be music that is stored on the device itself or it can be music that was played from a music service (e.g. Spotify, Pandora, Deezer, etc). In the case of music services, you can select a specific song, a playlist or even a radio station. My Library: Choosing this option allows you to set the alarm music with any song(s) from the local music library on your phone or tablet.
Before you can set an alarm on your ROLL 2, you will need to make sure that you have the ROLL app. To download the app, please visit Google Play or the iOS App Store. Once you have the app installed, open it and tap ALARM to set it up.
Yes, you can reset your ROLL 2 back to its default settings, basically, like you just took it out from its packaging. Here’s how Turn on your ROLL 2. Press and hold the Volume “-” and the Power button together for about 10–15 seconds. You will hear a tone to confirm the reset was completed. The ROLL 2 will turn off. When you turn it on again, it will be ready to pair. Note: All of your settings (Language, paired devices, EQ, speaker name, Double Up, etc) will be reset to the default settings, but if you have updated the speaker, the updated firmware will remain. Your speaker will not reset itself to a previous version of firmware.
You may experience an issue with the ROLL App crashing on your Android device. This occurs when you have two Bluetooth devices connected to a ROLL 2 with one being an Android device and the app running on that device. To fix this issue, try the following: Disconnect the second Bluetooth device from your ROLL 2 (either by disconnecting it from the Bluetooth devices menu or turning the Bluetooth connection off completely.) Terminate and restart the ROLL App on the primary Bluetooth device. If the above doesn’t work, try the following: Turn your ROLL 2 Off, then back On again Terminate and restart the ROLL App
If you have multiple ROLL 2 speakers connected to one or more iOS devices, you might not be able to select which speaker to use with the iOS Airplay menu. If you have two Bluetooth sources, try disconnecting the second source and use only one source.
You can change the way your speaker is displayed in the ROLL app. iOS Device Connect your device to your ROLL 2. Open the ROLL app. Tap the Settings icon. Tap Speaker name and enter the new name for your speaker. You can’t change the display name of your ROLL 2 in the iOS Bluetooth device menu. NOTE: You might have to un-pair and re-pair your speaker for the changes to take effect. Android Device Connect your device to your ROLL 2. Open the ROLL app. Tap the Settings icon. Tap Speaker name and enter the new name for your speaker. NOTE: You might have to un-pair and re-pair your speaker for the changes to take effect. For Android, you can also change the display name of your ROLL 2 in the Bluetooth device menu. Here’s how: Open your Bluetooth device menu. Locate your ROLL 2 and tap the Settings icon next to it. Tap Rename and enter the new name for your speaker.
ROLL 2 was designed to be used with a 3-pole (non-microphone or inline remote cable) auxiliary connector. You may experience unexpected behavior with controls if you use a 4-pole (with inline microphone and/or inline remote) auxiliary cable. Only use a 3-pole cable with your ROLL 2.
The volume settings between your ROLL 2 and Apple device can sometimes get out of sync. If this happens, try the following: Turn down the volume on iOS device down to zero, then back up. Turning the Bluetooth connection on your device Off, then back On again. Turning your device Off, and then back on.
Yes, if your computer has Bluetooth capabilities. Mac From the Apple menu, select System Preferences. Open the Bluetooth preference pane. Click “+” to add a new Bluetooth device. Turn the speaker on. Hold down the Bluetooth button (below the power button) until you hear a tone. NOTE: The Bluetooth connection button will blink rapidly, meaning the speaker is ready for pairing. Select ROLL 2 from the list of available devices and click Continue. Once your speaker is paired and connected, you may have to select the ROLL 2 as the default playback device in the your System Preferences. Here’s how: From the Apple menu, select System Preferences. Open the Sound preference pane. Select the Output tab. Select ROLL 2. PC Turn the speaker on. Hold down the Bluetooth button (below the power button) until you hear a tone. NOTE: The Bluetooth connection button will blink rapidly, meaning the speaker is ready for pairing. Open your Control Panel. Select Hardware and Sound. Select Devices and Printers. Select Bluetooth Devices. Click Add a device. Select ROLL 2 from the list of devices, and then click next. NOTE: If the Bluetooth Device Control window opens, expand the Headset type menu and select “My hands-free device ROLL 2 does not have a display” and then click Apply. Once your speaker is paired and connected, you’ll have to select the ROLL 2 as the default playback device in the Windows Sound settings. Here’s how: Open your Control Panel. Select Hardware and Sound. Select Manage audio devices (under Sound). Select “Speakers Bluetooth Hands-free Audio” and click Set Default. Click OK.
Your ROLL 2 is rated IPX 7. This means it can survive immersion in 1 meter/3.3 feet for up to 30 minutes.
PartyUp If you’ve updated your BOOM, BOOM 2 or MEGABOOM to the latest speaker software, they will no longer be able to Double Up with ROLL or ROLL 2. Double Up You can Double Up with a BOOM BOOM 2 or MEGABOOM with the following speaker software versions for BOOM, BOOM 2 and MEGABOOM: BOOM 7.2.145/8.2.145 or older BOOM 2 1.4.30 or older MEGABOOM 1.6.7 or older Anything newer will no longer be able to use this feature. Your ROLL 2, ROLL, MEGABOOM, BOOM 2 and BOOM Double Up in the same way as they would with the same type of speaker.
Yes, you can Double Up two ROLL 2 speakers without using the app. Here’s how: Connect to the first ROLL 2 and turn on the second one. On the first, press both the Volume “+” and the Bluetooth connection button at the same time. You should hear a tone that confirms the speaker is ready to Double Up. On the second speaker, press the Bluetooth button twice. You should hear a tone confirming that it is trying to Double Up then another when the connection is successful.
If you have two ROLL 2 speakers (or a ROLL), you can use them together to amplify your sound. Here’s how: Connect your first ROLL 2 to your device. Open the ROLL app and tap the “Double Up” icon then tap Start in the Double Up screen. Turn on your second ROLL 2. Tap Start in the ROLL 2 app. Press the Bluetooth connect button on your second ROLL 2 twice (quickly). The two ROLL 2 speakers will now be connected to your device. NOTE: You can also use the app to “lock” the Double Up connection so when you power both of your ROLL 2 speakers up, they’ll automatically reconnect in Double Up.
Press both volume up (+) and down (-) on the speaker itself simultaneously and the speaker will tell you the remaining battery percentage. Additionally, you can check the app. Open the ROLL app. The battery meter is displayed underneath the on-screen ROLL 2.
You can get the ROLL 2 App from the App Store on your iOS device or the Google Play Store on your Android device (search for “ROLL 2”). With the app, you can access an expanding set of cool features, including: Updates Call us greedy, but we think the best things in life should just keep on getting better–ROLL 2 included. Take advantage of our regular over-the-air updates to download new features. “Double Up” to a second ULTIMATE EARS Speaker After you connect to your ROLL 2, you can use the app to connect a second ROLL 2. Once connected, you can toggle between “Double Up” mode, which duplicates audio on both speakers, or “Stereo” mode for stereo output. To swap the left/right speaker orientation in Stereo mode, tap the swap icon in-between the speakers. Alarm Start last night’s party all over again–every morning. ROLL 2 wakes you up with your favorite songs, Spotify playlists, Pandora stations and more. Because the party never actually stops–you just pass out. Custom tuning (EQ) Use the sound presets or the custom five-band equalizer (EQ) to set the sound on the speaker just how you like it. Settings Personalize your ROLL 2 by renaming the speaker, changing your alert languages and more. Access the How To page And for all the other things you’re still dying to learn about your ROLL 2, check out our online How To guide.
If your Bluetooth device won’t connect to your ROLL 2, try the following: Make sure your device is paired with your speaker and Bluetooth is active (see “Can I pair multiple Bluetooth devices (smartphone, tablet, etc) with my ROLL 2?”). Place your Bluetooth device closer to the speaker – it might be out of range. Move your Bluetooth device and speaker away from other wireless sources – you could be experiencing interference. If you have multiple ROLL 2 speakers, make sure you’re connected to the correct one. Try turning Bluetooth Off, then back On again on your smart device. Unpair, then re-pair your device with your speaker: Go to the Bluetooth Devices menu of your smart device Find ROLL 2 and tap the “i” icon for iOS or the gear icon for Android Tap “Forget this device” for iOS or “Unpair” for Android Follow the steps in the “Can I pair multiple Bluetooth devices (smartphone, tablet, etc) with my ROLL 2?” FAQ to re-pair your ROLL 2. Turn your ROLL 2 Off, then back On again. NOTE: If this is the first time you’re pairing a device with your speaker, you don’t need to press the Bluetooth connection button. It comes out of the box ready to pair.
You may experience audio problems during playback if you have two devices connected and the one on standby is a Mac computer. If you experience this, try the following: Make sure you pause or stop the playback on the Mac computer. Turn Bluetooth off on the Mac computer. On the Mac computer, select “Don’t use this device” from the Bluetooth preference pane in System Preferences.
If you’re having trouble with audio distortion or drop-outs on your ROLL 2, try these suggestions: Move the audio source closer – it might be out of the range of your speaker. Move away from other sources of wireless signal – you could be experiencing interference. Make sure your speaker has enough battery power. Adjust the volume on both the audio source and your speaker. Try turning Bluetooth Off, then back On again on your smart device. Unpair, then re-pair your device with your speaker: Go to the Bluetooth Devices menu of your smart device Find ROLL 2 and tap the “i” icon for iOS or the gear icon for Android Tap “Forget this device” for iOS or “Unpair” for Android Follow the steps in the “Can I pair multiple Bluetooth devices (smartphone, tablet, etc) with my ROLL 2?” FAQ to re-pair your ROLL 2. If you’re using two ROLL 2 speakers (in Double Up mode), try disconnecting and streaming to one speaker only. NOTE: If you’re streaming audio content from the internet, the issue could be with the internet connection and not your speaker.
Some devices will hold onto connection with ROLL 2 even after the stream is paused or the connection is idle. To fix this issue, try the following on the device you no longer want to use: Turn off the Bluetooth connection or On Android, you can go to the Bluetooth device menu and tap on the ROLL 2 to disconnect. This should allow another device to connect to your ROLL 2.
If your iOS device no longer connects to your ROLL 2, try the following: Turn your ROLL 2 off and then back on. Turn your iOS device off and then back on. If your iOS device still won’t connect, you should re-pair your device with the ROLL 2. Here’s how: In the Bluetooth menu on your iOS device, locate ROLL 2 and tap the “i” icon next to it.. Tap Forget this Device. Turn your speaker on. Hold down the Bluetooth button (on the back of the speaker under the power button) until you hear a tone. NOTE: The Bluetooth connection button will blink rapidly, meaning the speaker is ready for pairing. On your device, go to the Bluetooth menu and scan for devices. Tap ROLL 2 to pair.
While we encourage you to take your ROLL 2 wherever the party goes, we also want it to look great and last as long as possible. We highly recommend that you thoroughly rinse your ROLL 2 with fresh water after using it in a swimming pool or the ocean. While the speaker is waterproof, the chemicals and salt in your pool or the ocean can damage the waterproof seals over time if not rinsed off after use.
Playtime Overall playtime depends on how you use your ROLL 2, with things like the type of music and volume level all affecting the overall playtime. However, when played at roughly mid-volume, you can expect you can expect up to 9 hours of playtime from one full charge. Charging Using the USB cable provided, and a standard USB port (eg. Laptop) it will take approximately 5 hrs. 30 mins to recharge your ROLL 2 to 100%. ROLL 2 can also be charged with most USB chargers and times will be faster depending on the output of the USB charger you use.
Your ROLL 2 can store up to eight paired devices in memory. NOTE: While the speaker can store up to eight paired devices, it can only maintain an active connection with two of them at a time. Pairing additional devices After you pair the first device (See “Setting up my ROLL 2?”), here’s how to pair additional devices: Turn the speaker on. Hold down the Bluetooth button (under the power button) until you hear a tone. NOTE: The Bluetooth connection button will blink rapidly, indicating that the speaker is ready for pairing. On your device, go to the Bluetooth menu and scan for devices. Select ROLL 2 from the list of devices. Once paired and connected, you’ll hear an audible confirmation from the speaker. Your ROLL 2 is now ready to use with the device you added. Note: When you have two devices actively connected to your ROLL 2, you can easily switch between the two devices. Just pause the playback from the device you’re playing from, then start playback from the second device. Reconnecting to a device To reconnect a device to your ROLL 2 after the initial pairing or after pairing another device: Turn the speaker on On your device, go to the Bluetooth menu and selectROLL 2 from the list of devices. Once reconnected, you’ll hear an audible confirmation from the speaker. Your ROLL 2 is now ready to use with the device you selected.
Block Party lets you and your friends play DJ through ROLL 2. Before getting started, make sure your app and speaker have been updated. To start Block Party: Open the ROLL App Swipe left to start Block Party Tap the + sign Press the play icon Add a friend: Have your friend turn on Bluetooth and connect to your speaker. Remove a friend: Tap the X next to their device’s name. Skip a friend’s song: Press the skip button. Notes: Block Party can connect up to three devices at a time. If using a music service like Pandora, the maximum number of skips still applies.
ROLL 2 gets better all the time through regular, over-the-air updates. These updates are quick and easy and can be wirelessly downloaded through the ROLL 2 app. To get started, connect your ROLL 2 to your smart device, open the ROLL 2 app, and tap on “More” to see if there are updates available for your speaker. If there are, just tap to begin the update and the app will take care of the rest. APP STORE GOOGLE PLAY
You can connect your ROLL 2 to your smartphone, tablet or other device using either Bluetooth or the auxiliary input. Bluetooth Out of the package, your ROLL 2 is ready to pair with your first Bluetooth device. Here’s how: Turn the speaker on by pressing the power button on the back of the speaker. The Bluetooth connect button (under the power button) will blink rapidly, and you will hear a tone indicating the speaker is ready to pair. On your Bluetooth device, go to the Bluetooth menu and scan for devices (make sure Bluetooth is enabled). Select ROLL 2 from the list of devices. NOTE: ROLL 2 volume default is high when you pair it to an iOS device. Once paired and connected, you’ll hear an audible confirmation from the speaker. This means your ROLL 2 is ready to use. You can pair additional devices with your speaker. Auxiliary Input Turn the speaker on by pressing the power button on the back of the speaker. Connect the speaker to your Bluetooth device using a 3.5mm analog cable (not included). NOTE: Use only a 3-pole (non-microphone or inline remote cable) auxiliary cable. NOTE: If a Bluetooth device is connected to the ROLL 2 while playing audio from an auxiliary connection, the Bluetooth device will take priority and the stream from the auxiliary device will stop. IMPORTANT: The USB connection is solely for charging your ROLL 2. It won’t enable you to use your speaker as an audio-output device when connected to a computer. After you setup your ROLL 2 , make sure you download the ROLL 2 app to access all of your speaker’s features.
If you have any issues at all and can’t find the answer in these FAQ's, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer support team. You can send us a message or give us a call. Our contact information is on the support page of the web and the support section of the app Please have this information available: · Serial Number (S/N) · Part Number (P/N) · Model Number (M/N) Product information The product information is located under the weather door of the speaker (in the compartment where the charging port is located). Additionally, you’ll be able to find the Serial Number (S/N) in the ROLL App under MORE > Settings > About ROLL