Each Bluesound Player has a tricolor LED atop the player. Bluesound Gen2 Players include a second synchronized LED on the front. The LED will indicate the Player status.
Solid Green: The Player is in Hotspot Mode and is ready to be connected to the network. To setup your player from Hotspot Mode, check out the wired or wireless setup options in the following support article.
Connecting a player to a network
Flashing Green: The Player is attempting to connect to the network or the network cable is disconnected
Solid Purple: The Player is not set up but Hotspot Mode has timed out after 15 minutes of idle.
Press and hold the Play/Pause button for 5 seconds to re-enable Hotspot Mode. The LED will return to solid green. You may also unplug the Player and plug it back in.
|Solid Blue: The Player is in Ready Mode connected to the network and ready to stream music
Flicker Blue: Receiving IR Codes from a remote
Flashing Blue (Bluesound Vault Only): The Player is ripping and encoding a CD
|Solid White: The Player is indexing the local music library on your network
Alternating White and Blue: Player is replicating or receiving an updated Index from other players
Solid Red: The Player is in Upgrade Mode waiting to perform an upgrade. For details, check out the following article on upgrading your BluOS firmware to the latest version of BluOS
If your player has entered Upgrade Mode unexpectedly, please check out the following support article
Restoring a Player Stuck with a Solid Red LED
Flashing Red (Bluesound Powernode and Pulse only): The Player's amplifier is in protect mode and requires a shutdown and restart to reset. Please check the limitations on the Speakers and disconnect the Player if you find that this is occurring frequently.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if this persists past reboots.
Alternating Red/Green: The Player's BluOS firmware upgrade is in progress.