You can modify the audio output of PULSE SUB+ by adjusting the audio settings of the paired player.
For more information on pairing PULSE SUB+ to a Bluesound Player, refer to our Help Center article.
To adjust the audio output of PULSE SUB+, perform the following steps:
- In the BluOS Controller App, select the Player Drawer . The list of players connected to the BluOS Controller App is displayed.
- Select the PULSE SUB+ paired player’s context menu (3 dots) and select Audio Settings.
- Select Subwoofer. The paired subwoofer menu options are displayed as follows:
Disabled – Disable to transmit all sound signals through the main player’s analog outputs only.
Enabled – Enable to apply a crossover at 80Hz (default) to transmit sound above 80Hz through the left and right analog outputs, and sound below 80Hz through PULSE SUB+.
Adjust the subwoofer crossover point. The default crossover is 80Hz. (This option is not displayed when the subwoofer is disabled)
Adjust the audio output of PULSE SUB+ relative to the main volume of the paired Bluesound Player. (This option is not displayed when the subwoofer is disabled)
Set the Phase to 0° or 180° to synchronize the sine wave of audio if the audio output of PULSE SUB+ is lagging or ahead of the paired Bluesound Player.
(Not an Audio Setting) Modify the wireless credentials of PULSE SUB+. For more information, refer to Connecting your PULSE SUB+ Wirelessly.
(Not an Audio Setting) Text field to change the network name of PULSE SUB+ displayed in the Player Drawer.
(Not an Audio Setting) Adjust the brightness of the status indicator LED band displayed on the side of PULSE SUB+.
(Not an Audio Setting) Enable to reduce reduces power consumption of PULSE SUB+ to less than 3W when idle for more than 15 minutes. Expect an approximate 2-second delay in the audio output when resuming from standby at the next use.
Select to unpair PULSE SUB+ from the current player. After unpairing, PULSE SUB+ appears in the Player Drawer under My Subwoofers. Press the link icon again to pair with another player.