What Do Sonos Roam Lights Mean? Solved!
When you see the light on your Sonos speaker, what does it mean? If it’s orange, does that mean your music is paused? If it’s green, does that mean the alarm is ringing? Here’s a guide to help you understand what each light means on your Sonos speaker.
Table of Contents
- What Do Sonos Roam Lights Mean?
- White LED Light
- Green LED Light
- Orange LED Light
- Red LED Light
- Blue LED Light
- How To Reset Sonos Roam Speaker
- Connecting Sonos Roam To Bluetooth
- Charging Your Sonos Roam Speaker
What Do Sonos Roam Lights Mean?
The 5 different LED light colors on the Sonos Roam indicate the following:
- White: Ready to be set up.
- Green: Connected to the Internet and ready to be used.
- Orange: Airplane Mode.
- Red: Low on battery and needs to be charged.
- Blue: Bluetooth Pairing Mode.
The LED lights on the Sonos Roam indicate the speaker’s status. The light will be solid white when the speaker is turned on.
If the speaker is in Bluetooth pairing mode, the light will blink blue.
If the Roam is successfully connected to a device via Bluetooth, the light will be solid blue.
Finally, if the product gets too hot, the status light will flash orange, and the product will chirp three times.
In this case, it is important to move the product to a cooler location, away from direct sunlight. By understanding what each light color signifies, you can ensure that your Sonos Roam is always functioning properly.
White LED Light
If the light on your Sonos product is solid white, it means that the product is powered up and functioning properly. However, if your product is missing from the Sonos app, there may be a problem with your Wi-Fi connection or another issue. To fix this, follow the steps in Products missing from the Sonos app.
First, check that your product is connected to the same network as your mobile device or computer.
Next, restart your product and check for software updates. Finally, if you still can’t see your product in the Sonos app, contact customer support for help.
By following these steps, you can quickly resolve any issue and get back to enjoying your Sonos system.
Green LED Light
If your Sonos product is Solid green, it means that the speaker is muted. You can increase the volume using the Sonos app or the volume controls on the product itself. If you’re not able to increase the volume, it’s possible that the product is muted at the system level.
In this case, you’ll need to use the Sonos app to unmute the product.
Once you’ve increased the volume, you should be able to hear audio from your Sonos product. If you’re still having trouble with your Roam, we recommend contacting our support team for assistance.
Orange LED Light
If you see a solid orange light during setup, it means that the Sonos product was not able to complete the setup process. You can try to clear this state by rebooting your Sonos product.
To do this, simply unplug the power cord from the product, wait 10 seconds, and then plug it back in.
If the light remains solid orange, you may need to contact Sonos Support for assistance.
A solid orange light can also mean that the Sonos product is overheating. In this case, you should turn off the product and allow it to cool down before attempting to power it back on. If the light remains solid orange after the product has cooled, please contact Sonos Support for help.
Red LED Light
If your Sonos product is showing a flashing red light, it means that it has not been set up within the past 30 minutes. You can clear this state by rebooting your Sonos product. To do so, simply unplug the power cord from the product, wait a few seconds, and then plug it back in.
Once the product has rebooted, the flashing red light should no longer be present. If you continue to experience difficulty setting up your Sonos product, please contact customer support for assistance.
Blue LED Light
The portable Sonos product has connected with a device in Bluetooth mode. The light will remain solid blue if the Sonos product loses connection to the device. If this happens, try moving the Sonos product closer to the device or checking to see if there are any obstructions between them.
You may also need to restart the device or reset the Bluetooth connection.
How To Reset Sonos Roam Speaker
Sonos Roam is a portable and waterproof Bluetooth speaker that offers great sound quality.
If you ever need to reset your Sonos Roam speaker, follow these simple steps:
- Press and hold the button on the back of the speaker for 10 seconds.
- The LED will flash white, and the speaker will emit a tone to indicate that it is resetting.
- Once the LED turns solid white, the reset is complete, and you can begin using your speaker again.
Resetting your Sonos Roam speaker is a quick and easy process that only takes a few seconds.
By following these simple steps, you can have your speaker up and running again in no time.
Connecting Sonos Roam To Bluetooth
Sonos Roam is a portable Bluetooth speaker that can easily connect to any compatible device. To connect Sonos Roam to a Bluetooth device, simply press the power button for three seconds and then select the “Bluetooth” option from the menu.
Next, select the device you would like to connect to from the list of available devices. Once connected, you will be able to stream audio from your device to the speaker.
Sonos Roam also includes a built-in microphone, so you can use it for hands-free calling or voice commands.
And if you have multiple Sonos speakers, you can easily connect them together to create a surround sound system. Whether you’re at home or on the go, Sonos Roam provides an easy way to enjoy your music.
Charging Your Sonos Roam Speaker
Your Sonos Roam speaker will come with a standard charging cable and power adapter. To charge your speaker, simply plug the charging cable into the USB-C port on the back of the speaker, and then plug the other end of the cable into a power outlet.
The LED indicator on the front of the speaker will turn white when the speaker is charging, and it will turn off when the speaker is fully charged. It is important to note that your Sonos Roam speaker must be powered off while charging; if you try to charge the speaker while it is turned on, the LED indicator will flash red.
Once your Sonos Roam speaker is fully charged, you can unplug it from the power outlet and enjoy up to 10 hours of playback time.