By using the Audio Settings on the Player paired to your PULSE SUB+ you can adjust different aspects of the audio output of the PULSE SUB+. These settings can be found by going to Settings > Player > Audio > and tapping the Subwoofer icon. The Player Audio Settings are also available directly from the Player Drawer by opening the Player's context menu (3 dots).
Disabled: Full analog signals are provided to the Analog outputs.
Enabled: A crossover is applied to send sound above the crossover point (80 Hz default) to the Left and Right Analog output of the paired BluOS Player and sounds below the crossover point to the PULSE SUB+.
Adjust the subwoofer crossover point. The default crossover is 80hz.
Adjust the audio output of the PULSE SUB+ relative to the main volume of the paired BluOS Player.
If the audio output of the PULSE SUB+ is lagging or ahead of the Paired BluOS Player, set the Phase to 0° or 180° to synchronize the sine wave of audio.
Not an Audio Setting but a general setting for the PULSE SUB+. Adjust the wireless credentials to your PULSE SUB+. See Connecting your PULSE SUB+ Wirelessly for more details
PULSE SUB+ Name:
Not an Audio Setting but a general setting for the PULSE SUB+. Adjust the PULSE SUB+ network name in the Player Selection Drawer.
Not an Audio Setting but a general setting for the PULSE SUB+. Change the brightness of the LED band on the side of the PULSE SUB+.
Not an Audio Setting but a general setting for the PULSE SUB+. When Amplifier Standby is enabled, the PULSE SUB+ will shut down power consumption to less than 3W when idle for more than 15 minutes. Expect an approximate 2-second delay in the audio output when awaking from standby at the next use.
Press to unpair the PULSE SUB+ from the current Player. The PULSE SUB+ will now appear in the Player Selection Drawer under My Subwoofers. Press the link icon again to select a new Player or repair with the original Player.