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  • Broadcasting

Charging Device

Blast Box can be charged through any microUSB cable connected to a powered source. The battery will allow you to broadcast for ~3 hours on a single charge. We suggest plugging your device in while broadcasting.

RCA Audio Input

Blast Box will capture audio from any source through the RCA input in the back of the device.

Headphone Monitoring and Volume Knob

The headphone jack on the front of the device can be used to monitor playback and ensure that audio is being captured through the device properly. The volume knob raises and lowers the headphone monitoring volume, but does not effect the capture and broadcast volume.


Red button - Press and hold to turn on and off device, press once to start and stop a broadcast.
Cream button - Press to see your device's battery level, press again to see your WiFi strength, press again to see the user that is paired to the device.

Pairing your device for the first time

Before attempting to pair, make sure you have downloaded the Blast Radio app and created a profile.
1) Press and hold the red power button to turn on device
2) The device should say "Pair Mode"
3) Open your Blast Radio app and tap the broadcast icon (top right)
4) Choose 'Set up device'
5) Select your Blast Box
6) Choose your WiFi and enter password
Your device should now be paired. It will automatically restart and then you will be able to broadcast on Blast Radio.
Moving forward, you won’t need your phone to broadcast. The device will remember your username and password so you can simply press the red button.
To connect the device to a different account and/or a different WIFI network, make sure Blast Box is off, hold down the red button until it enters pair mode, and repeat the steps above.


1) With your device on, paired, and connected to WiFi, press the red button to start broadcasting.
2) A timer will count down from 3 then start broadcasting live.
3) Press the red button again to end broadcast.
* While broadcasting, the current listener count is displayed in the top center of the device.
* The device will also display a counter showing how long you have been broadcasting.
* The display will flash red when someone joins your broadcast, sends you a tip, or sends you a 'vibe.'
After your broadcast, you can unpublish or download the file by swiping left on the broadcast from your artist profile.
Make sure to read our broadcasting best practices, click here.