If you’re experiencing trouble charging your Marshall Emberton speaker, there are a number of possible causes to consider, including a software malfunction, a faulty charging port, a defective charging cable, or a problematic charger. Fortunately, there are several effective troubleshooting steps that you can take to address this issue. By following these simple tips, you can get your speaker up and running again in no time.
The Marshall Emberton Bluetooth speaker is best known for its powerful sound and stylish design. It delivers clear, balanced sound with impressive bass and treble. Its long battery life of more than 20 hours and IPX7 water-resistant construction make it a great choice for outdoor adventures or poolside parties.
- FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 60 Hz – 20 kHz
- DRIVER TYPE: Dynamic
- FREQUENCY RANGE: 60-20,000 Hz
- DRIVERS: Two 2″ 10 W full range, Two passive radiators
- ADJUSTABLE BASS AND TREBLE CONTROLS: No
- STEREO/MONO: Stereo
- MAXIMUM SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL: 87 dB SPL @ 1 m
- CABINET PRINCIPLE: Sealed with passive radiator
- POWER AMPLIFIERS: Two 10 W Class D amplifiers
- BATTERY TYPE: Built-in, rechargeable Li-ion battery
- PLAY TIME: 20+ hours
- QUICK CHARGING: 20 minutes charge gives 5 hours of playtime
- CHARGING TIME: 3 hours
- WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY: Bluetooth 5.0
How do you fix a Marshall Emberton Bluetooth speaker that is not charging?
One of the issues that you might experience with your Marshall speaker is when it does not charge. It can be frustrating to deal with, especially if your battery is already low. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to troubleshoot this issue and get your speaker back up and running. Read on to learn more about how to fix charging problems with your Marshall Emberton speaker and ensure that you always have great sound when you need it.
Solution 1: Check the Marshall Emberton wireless speaker charging port, USB charging cable, and charger
When your Marshall Emberton speaker’s lithium-ion battery won’t charge, the first step is to check the three main components required for charging: the charging port, USB-C cable, and charger. To ensure the charging port is free from debris, use a thin object such as a toothpick to clean it if necessary.
Additionally, a faulty USB-C charging cord can often be the culprit, so try replacing it with another cord to see if that resolves the issue.
Unlike some other Bluetooth speakers, the Emberton model doesn’t come with its own charger, so you’ll need to provide one. Fortunately, you can use your smartphone charger to power up your speaker. You can also charge the speaker from a USB power source such as your computer or power bank.
Solution 2: Plug the charger to a different wall outlet
Plugging the wall charger to a faulty wall outlet will result to this particular issue. You should try plugging the charger to a different power source then check if the charging issue is fixed.
How to charge the Emberton speaker
Connect the included USB-C charging cable to the charging port on the side of the speaker.
Connect the other end of the cable to a power source such as a laptop or a USB wall charger. Note that the speaker does not come with its own wall charger, so you’ll need to use your own.
Once connected to the power source, the indicator light on the top of the speaker will turn on to let you know that it’s charging.
When the battery is fully charged, the battery indicator stops blinking.
Solution 3: Update your Marshall Emberton software
One possible cause of the charging issue could be a software bug in the current version. Updating the software of the speaker can often help resolve this issue, so it’s worth checking if a software update is available and installing it to see if it fixes the problem.
Download the Marshall Bluetooth app and connect to the speaker.
Follow the in-app instructions to ensure that the speaker has the latest firmware version.
Solution 4: Factory reset your Marshall Emberton
There’s a possibility that this problem is caused by a software glitch. If this is what’s causing the issue then you will need to perform a factory reset.
Ensure that the speaker is on.
Push and hold the Bluetooth button for 7 seconds All indicators turn off and the speaker restarts.
Remove Emberton from your audio device’s Bluetooth list before pairing again.
Solution 5: Have your Marshall Emberton checked at the nearest service center
If you’re having trouble charging the Emberton speaker after performing the steps listed above, it’s possible that a faulty hardware component may be to blame. Unfortunately, this issue can’t be fixed with simple troubleshooting steps, and you’ll need to take your speaker to a service center for repair.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How long does it take to fully charge the Emberton?
A: It takes up to 3 hours to fully charge the battery.
- How long does the battery life last on the Emberton?
A: The battery life can last up to 20 hours depending on the volume level and usage.
- Can I use the Emberton speaker to make phone calls?
A: Yes, the speaker has a built-in microphone and can be used to make and receive phone calls.
- Is the Emberton speaker waterproof?
A: Yes, the speaker has an IPX7 rating which means it's waterproof and can be submerged in water up to 1 meter deep.
- How do I reset my Emberton speaker?
A: Press and hold the Bluetooth button and the volume up button simultaneously for 5 seconds to reset the speaker.