Last Updated on 04/03/2023
When operating the PartyBox 110, you may experience issues with the sound quality as well as Bluetooth connection.
You can take a look at this guide from Seeking Tech to see how you can resolve these issues with the portable wireless speaker.
How to fix Bluetooth connection issues with JBL PartyBox 110
In order to fix any Bluetooth connection problems you may have with the JBL PartyBox 110, you can try taking the following steps:
1. First off, you can try moving the source device (which could your smartphone tablet, and other products that support Bluetooth audio connection) closer to the speaker.
2. If you are using the speaker outdoors, then we recommend moving the source device as close as possible to your speaker as Bluetooth signals tend to get weaker in an open-air space.
3. You should also avoid any solid objects that may be blocking the line of sight between the source device and the PartyBox 110.
4. Other wireless devices may hinder the Bluetooth connection between the source device and the portable speaker. These devices include a Wi-Fi router, microwave, cordless phone and more.
So, if you are any of other devices using wireless communications, we recommend moving the source device and PartyBox 110 in another area.
5. If you are still experiencing Bluetooth connection issues, then you can try to pair the speaker again to your device.
In order to do so, you can take the following steps:
Press and hold the Bluetooth button on the speaker for at least 10 seconds.
On your source device, go to the Bluetooth menu and then forget the connection to the JBL PartyBox 110.
Next press the Bluetooth button on the speaker again.
On the Bluetooth menu of your source device, tap JBL PartyBox 110 to pair it.
If none of the aforementioned solutions help fix your Bluetooth problems, and your product is still covered under warranty, then you can try contacting JBL.
How to fix audio quality issues with JBL PartyBox 110
To fix audio quality issues with the PartyBox 110, you can try doing the following:
1. If your speaker is wet, try to let it completely air dry.
2. If your speaker is dusty, use a dry cloth to remove the dust buildup.
3. If you are using the Bass Boost feature, you can try adjusting it to Level 1, Level 2 or Off.
If the light on the button is a dim white than it indicates that you are using Level 1 of Bass Boost. A solid bright light indicates that you are on Level 2. Finally, if there isn’t any light at all, then it means that this feature is currently disabled.
4. If you are using a Bluetooth connection, then make sure you follow the first guide in this article as the audio quality could be related to having a weak Bluetooth signal.
5. If you are using an AUX input, then you can try using another AUX cable.
6. You can also try playing another audio file on your source device.
7. Moreover, you can try using another source device as the audio quality issues may not be related to your speaker at all.
If the aforementioned potential solutions did not resolve the sound issues, and your PartyBox 110 is still under warranty, then we recommend contacting JBL.