I am hoping someone can clear up some technical matters. I wish to know that when both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are disabled (by pressing down on certain menu keys as shown in the user manual for this product and some community support pages on this website), are both the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules permanently disabled?
I do not want them in standby modes. This is because I want EMF emissions from both modules to be zero. When the lights go off on the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth icons on the front top centre panel I am assuming that both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules are permanently off but of course they could just be in sleep mode or low-power mode thus still emitting EMF emissions.
Can I also be told whether this has anything to do with stored memory devices? For instance the Soundtouch 10 Wireless speaker will have stored and remembered the three devices I paired it up with via Bluetooth. So I am assuming as long as those devices are in the memory bank of the Soundtouch 10 Wireless Speaker, then in reality, the Bluetooth module will not be permanently off, as it will enter sleep mode waiting for the paired devices I paired with to enter nearby to activate Bluetooth.
A similar case can also be made for devices linked to the Soundtouch 10 Wireless Speaker via the Wi-Fi option, in which case, the memory deposits in the Soundtouch 10 Wireless Speaker will also ensure here that the Wi-Fi module does not enter permanent disabled mode but a sleep/low-power mode, thus meaning EMF emissions are being emitted.
I hope someone (a Bose product engineer?) can clear this all up for me. One method is to use a EMF emissions detector to be fully sure. At the moment I do not have such a product but soon hope to have one. Please understand how concerned I am about EMF emissions (and their possible negative health effects, particularly on Electro-magnetic-sensitive people). I hope someone can reply with a detailed and thorough answer and provide some proof that both the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules can be permanently disabled, thus providing a zero-emf level from both modules for the end-user.