Turn it off.

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    Jesse J.

    Hello Ian,

    As mentioned to you before, Bluesound Players do not have a method for turning them off.

    See this support article for the full details: https://support.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/articles/201823263-How-do-I-turn-off-my-Bluesound-Player-

    Sorry to hear about your scenario, but we have reached out to you in your support ticket, and we will be looking to hear back from you there.

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  • Hi Stephen

    In today's IoT Age, it's not. In fact, it is quite common so they can stay connected to your cross-network and Internet sources. Rest assured your Players do go into stand by mode and will meet the strictest guidelines of EU Law as an eco-friendly product. 

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    ian jones

    Turn it of at the mains, not an option as it is in a different area of the house, and the wall socket is out of reach behind some heavy furniture. May as well just unplug the power supply.

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    tomrob

    Is it still the case that there is no ability to turn off Bluesound equipment except by unplugging it from the mains?

    I'm reluctant to do so because it clearly isn't designed to be done that way and constantly forcing a hard reboot of a drive probably isn't that good for it. However the equipment has very bright lights and in the case of the vault flashing lights and I can't work out a way of turning these off or dimming them in any way.

    I would look in the manual but Bluesound don't seem to have such a thing for their equipment.

     

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  • Hi Tomrob

    You may find this article helpful; https://support1.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/articles/201823263

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    stephen read

    wow, cant believe we cant turn these units off...that is poor design imho....

    Stephen

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    Musicmaster

    There is a simple solution. I hooked my Node on a powersuply with a switch to kill the power. I use it to save electricity when I am not using the Node. Works also for your problem.

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