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Stone 193

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​Stone 193

Immerse in Nirvana with boAt Stone 193 wireless portable speaker. The speaker comes equipped with 52mm dynamic driver for an immersive audio experience.

Specifications

Speaker Type

Mono

IPX Rating

IPX7

Driver Type

Full Range Driver

Driver Size

5.2 cm

Number of Drivers

1

Frequency Response

70Hz-70KHz

Impedance

4 Ohms

Wireless Technology Type

Bluetooth

Bluetooth Version

v5.0 + edr

Bluetooth Range

10 M

Battery Capacity

800 mAh

Rated Power

5W

Playing Time

4 hours

Charging Time

1.5 hours

Microphone

Yes

Troubleshooting FAQs

The speaker will enter auto pairing mode when switched on, the LED light will flash blue to indicate this.

  1. Turn on the Bluetooth function on your smartphone or any other compatible device.

  2. Search for “boAt Stone 193” from the available list of Bluetooth devices and connect the two. Enter the passkey’0000’ if one is asked for during connection.

  3. After successfully pairing, the speaker is now ready to play music from your smartphone.

  4. The successfully paired device can be automatically connected when switched on the next time.

Note: Within 10s after entering Bluetooth mode, the Bluetooth will automatically seek out previously connected devices to pair with. The speaker will need to be connected manually through the above process. 

You can switch to AUX mode by using the AUX cable to connect the phone and the speaker, and then short pressing the Power button.

In the AUX mode, you can control the audio playback via the media device/ phone.

  1. Check to see if the device is in pairing mode, after powering it on the LED indicator will blink white.

  2. Check if the speaker is in the range of
    Bluetooth (usually 10m) and if there are any obstructions in between.

  3. Check if the device being connected to supports Bluetooth connections or not

  4. Check if it is a passcode issue and if so enter 0000 / 1234

  5. Check if the speaker being connected to does have any software issues or not – Check to forget the device on Bluetooth, update the mobile software, if it still does not work try factory resetting the device.​

  1. Check if restarting the device resolves the issue and if the speaker is in Aux mode by short pressing the ‘Mode’ button.

  2. Check if you have connected the aux cable properly and in the correct orientation on both ends.

  3. Check if the problem persists even after using a different cable or different device to connect to the speaker.

  1. Ensure that both the devices are Stone 193.

  2. Check if the power is on and both the devices are in Bluetooth mode.

  3. Check if both the devices are charged (White LED lights indicate how much battery has been consumed).

  4. If the issue persists, try switching both thedevices off and then on and try pairing again.

  5. Try factory-resetting the devices.

Press and hold the play and pause button to disconnect the Bluetooth.

  1. Check if restarting the device resolves the issue.

  2. Check if the charging cable connected to the speaker is not broken, use other charging cables to charge the speaker and also ensure that the charger being used is not of 9V or 12V as that will damage the speaker. The Red LED light located on the speaker would indicate if the charging is happening or not.

  3. Check if the Type-C port on the case is damaged or not

  4. Check if the charger being used is functional.

  5. Check if there is any dust or obstruction clogging the charging port of the speaker. (If so, try cleaning it with a piece of cloth and try plugging it again).

  6. Try factory-resetting the device.

  1. Check if connected device does not have any equalizer settings applied.

  2. Check if the problem still occurs if the device is moved closer and all obstacles in the middle are removed.

  3. Check if the distortion or quality lowers at all volumes or only at high volumes.

  4. Check the sound on different media players and different devices and if the distortion happens on all devices or only on specific ones.

  5. Check if the problem occurs at all levels of charging or only at low charging levels.

  6. Check if the speaker does not have water droplets, in case they do, use the blow dryer to dry out any water from a distance.