SPEAKERS’ POWER SAVING MODE
Disabling power-saving function on Music Flow speakers
Home entertainment and home office equipment account for a substantial and increasing portion of
household energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. These peripherals include devices
that have fundamentally shaped our way of life and are present one way or another in every home.
Corporate Social Responsible manufacturers endeavour to keep a few steps ahead of legislative
bodies by innovating in getting products to consume less energy and not waste any. One such feature
being “Automatic Shut-Off” relinquishes device to stand-by mode.
Stand-by is the power used by equipment when not performing primary task. For example a TV turned
off still uses power, albeit minimal, while waiting for the next remote controller signal.
Customers voicing or expressing concerns with respect to Music Flow speakers automatically entering
dormant state by self-activating sleep mode and wishing to disable said power-saving function are left
with no viable option.
Music Flow speakers have been designed to turn off automatically in order to avoid wasting
energy and to save on power consumption.
There is no measure that can be taken to prevent speaker from automatically shutting off after
long period of inactivity on account of corporate social responsibility.
Wi-Fi, OPTICAL, HDMI, Bluetooth connection
Automatically turns off when there is no input signal or music playback from a connected
device for 20 minutes.
Automatically turns off when there is no input signal or music playback from a connected device
for 6 hours.
Power-saving function can not be switched to turn on and off because it is function designed not
to be turned off.