I recently bought a stockwell II speaker, and i would like to play with some instruments on these speaker, with the aux input when instrument doesn't make sound it switch automaticaly to bluetooth source even if nothing is paired with. There's a gap before the sound reapear on the speaker it's boring with a keyboard or guitar with a preamp in the minijack input. Is there any way to update this bug ? Marshall speaker and can't play with an instrument on... Lol
Thank you for your comments, the stockwell is a bluetooth audio speaker and is not designed to used for guitars or any other instruments, it is only to be used to stream music
In the past decade, Bluetooth Audio Speakers have adopted DSP processing to extend and flatten the audio frequency response of the small drivers (speakers)
Even if you make a physical cable connection into their TRS Sterer Auxillillary Audio Input, you will expereince 60-80 millisecond latency, which is disctracting and not acceptable for live guitar performance (Busking) - This latency is due to the internal budget DSP Speaker management for a box who'se main function is to amplify Bluetooth streamed pre recoded music from a smartphone playlist or "Apple Music, Spotify, etc. - and was not designed as a professional audio grade low latency amplification system.