@Cville Streamer, I am glad that this is now resolved for you. I will be sure to pass your feedback onto the team.
I am sorry for any inconvenience caused at this time.
Thank you for sharing!
Sep 11, 2020
I just found out that almost all JBL speakers have this annoying feature as well. I thought that Bose is high-level speaker do not have this kind of problem and therefore I replaced my JBL extreme with Bose 300 home speaker. I need a speaker to one purpose only - for teaching through zoom, teams etc. Teaching periods when I speak and student are muted are very often longer than 20 minutes. This "smart energy saving feature" causes that when student ask something, I cannot hear them. This feature could be taken off or put as optional very very easily with update. Updating the code takes about 5 minutes. There are massive amount of teachers who need speakers that work for online teaching in this covid situation. I hope you could fix this problem by updating speakers. Thank you!
Dec 5, 2020
I agree with Cville Streamer,
I was looking for a way to turn this very very annoying "feature" off, but was sad to find the information here that it is not possible.
Since you can turn it off for other bose speakers, will this come to the bose home 300 in the future?
If this is not the case I will most likely buy another speaker, and it won't be a Bose one.
Thank you everyone for sharing your feedback. We have passed it onto the development team for you.