Successful pairing will be signalled by a ‘beep’ from the unit and the
LED will stop flashing.
Pairing a second device
The charging LED will indicate orange whilst charging and
green when fully charged.
Press and hold the power button on the top of the unit for two
seconds to turn it on.
Your Go contains a high performance battery and charging system that is
designed to work in temperatures that do not exceed 50°C (122°F). Leaving
this product in an automobile where temperatures may exceed this limit may
result in permanent battery damage, fire or explosion. Do not leave your
product in any location where temperatures may exceed this limit. Please
recharge the battery every two months to maintain the battery in optimal
Press the button to select the Bluetooth input.
To pair a different device, press and hold the button for two seconds to
enter pairing mode and pair your Bluetooth device as described in the
Press and hold the button for two seconds to enter Bluetooth pairing
mode. The flashing blue LED, indicates pairing mode.
Enable Bluetooth connectivity on your Bluetooth device (eg. phone, tablet
etc) and pair with the Go (you may need to consult your phone or tablet
Pairing Your Device Manually
To talk to us, call +44 (0)203 514 1521 (UK Local)
or 1-877-357-8204 (USA)
Auto power down
To save power, your Go will automatically turn off after 30 minutes if no
music is playing. Press the power button to turn the Go back on.
Low battery warning
A flashing red LED indicates that the battery is too low and the Go will
enter a standby mode where no music can be played. This LED will
continue flashing for 30 minutes after which the Go will turn off.
The Go can be used to charge compatible mobile devices. If the charging
adaptor is not connected this will drain the battery.
Connect the charging adaptor to the Go and charge for
4 hours before first use.
You may need to ensure Bluetooth is enabled on
Touch your NFC device against the logo on
top of the Go.
Go will enter automatic pairing mode and
‘Go’ should appear on your device.
If your Bluetooth device is NFC enabled
Press the button to select the Aux input. There is an Aux input
on the rear of the unit that allows any analogue device to be connected.
LED will turn green to indicate Aux input is selected.