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I am looking for a bluetooth speaker that does not feature a connection-sound. All I have sampled so far do something along the line of beeep or Connection established or Connected

I want one that may give a sound when pairing for the first time, and it may also indicate connection loss by other means (display, LEDs) - but it must not make a sound when reconnecting after connection loss or when turning on to connect.

If the connection sound can be deactivated (for ever), or set to silence (i.e. maybe one can set own soundfiles, then i would set a silent file) that is also fine.

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I can´t comment, so I thought I will just write an answer.

I think it will be hard to find a device, where you can make does kind of changes. That´s because those kind of systems do not offer much additional configuration options.

This is why I thought instantly of an Open-Hardware project. I directly found one and it seems you have here a couple of good options. The question would be now, when you would be interested of something like that or when you would want to buy a finished product. I have seen also some pre-build things (where say they´re opensource). Of course you can also build your own system from scratch, there´re a lot of tutorials and instructions online.

Maybe it´s worth a try?

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  • would you be so kind as to share the open hardware projects adress?
    – loonquawl
    Nov 22 '21 at 6:13
  • Sure! I watched a time ago this diy project video from diy-perks: youtube.com/watch?v=a43LXqRwQC8 I found this (sadly doesn´t get delivered anymore) in the internet: crowdsupply.com/blueshift/helium I bet you find a little more out over Helium when you do research.
    – Celvin
    Nov 22 '21 at 19:01
  • The first link btw. does contain a sound while connecting via bluetooth. But I´m very confident, that you can manipulate or erase this sound. :)
    – Celvin
    Nov 22 '21 at 19:03

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