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I'm having the same problem. I don't think it has anything to do with the Sleep settings, you can play with them all day & the only benefit you may get is forcing it to stay on for 90 min or whatever instead of 15.
(I've tried setting to 00, obviously the first thing that comes to mind is that it's a Sleep Setting issue, but I seriously doubt this. You can't even set the Sleep Setting to 15min anyway)

Instead, I'm pretty sure that the problem exists in the sound bar not recognizing that there is an active signal & is shutting off due to what it sees as inactivity (timing out after use). I've come to this conclusion due to multiple complaints of the same problem.

Some people are reporting that it's not happening when they watch movies, others have tested & said the radio stays on as long as you like, a couple people have posted that theirs works fine & only shuts off when they turn off about 15 minutes after they shut off the audio source, which leads me to think that this is what is going on, the system thinks the audio source (TV, Bluray, etc) is off & no sound is coming through. It must have a funny way of detecting it...

I will try a few tests & if anything works I will pay the results. One person claimed there's stayed on after turning their TV all the way up... I could try this but will have to turn TV speakers off (currently I am running both TV speakers & sound bar). Anyway, I'll keep digging, must be some way to get this to work, I hope...

iLive ITP582B... | Answered on Jul 11, 2020

Try a reset.

Press the Mode button to manually switch to Aux In mode.

White noise » Power the speaker OFF, then ON again. 

Speaker still will not function properly » Hold down the Alexa Mute button for 10 seconds to restore factory settings.

iLive Audio... | Answered on Jun 07, 2019

iLive has the manual on the product page: . Click the Downloads button on the left side of the page. The current link to the English version of the manual is file:///F:/Users/Cindy/Downloads/IBB377B-1963-01-English%20User%20Manual.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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iLive Audio... | Answered on Mar 06, 2019

Pull battery or power cord for 1 minute. Connect and then try connecting to you source again. Bluetooth issue or connecting with 3.5mm cable?? .

iLive Audio... | Answered on Feb 06, 2019

Attach the charging USB lead and a computer or adapter and charge up the internal battery.

This explains set up and use.

iLive Audio... | Answered on Jan 07, 2019

  • Defective remote control - batteries?
  • Defective sound bar

iLive Audio... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

what did you take out ?

iLive Audio... | Answered on Oct 04, 2018

If the TV and Unit have what's called an ARC socket, then you can purchase an ARC HDMI cable and this will pass both sound and picture between the TV and Audio unit.
If it has not, then you will need to connect the sound via either an optical cable or RF cable.
Some TV's have only one ARC HDMI socket, so make certain you get the right one!

iLive Audio... | Answered on Sep 27, 2018

To what ... from what ... no information!

iLive Audio... | Answered on Jul 08, 2018

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