Kia Soul LED Speaker Lights Pulsate & Change Colors

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Posted here is a video that showcases how do the Kia Soul LED speaker lights work!

The multicolor LED speaker lights are one of the exclusive features of the second-generation Kia Soul crossover vehicle.

They come available with the exclusive Infinity audio system, which features a center speaker, subwoofer and external amplifier.

The Infinity premium audio system and LED speaker lights are two features of the Kia Soul Audio Package.

Kia Soul Speaker Lights

The 2017 Kia Soul Audio Package costs $2,000 and offers several other audio features, including a navigation system with 8 inch display and HD radio, Harman Kardon Audio with center speaker, subwoofer and amplifier. Furthermore, the Kia Soul Audio Package comes with push-button start with Smart key,immobilizer, leatherette meter hood, door center trim inserts, door armrest, piano black accents, satin chrome inside door handles, leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift knob and two USB center console chargers.

The Audio Package is available on the 2017 Soul Plus trim.

Video of Kia Soul speaker lights

Generally speaking, the LED speaker lights in Kia Soul change colors and pulsate with the beat. They are fitted to the front doors of the car.

The colors available are the following:

  • orange
  • red
  • blue
  • green
  • purple

Attached here in this exclusive blog post is the video that shows the lightning speakers in action.

The video you can watch here is of slightly lower quality that you’d expect, but at least you are able to see the Soul LED speakers functioning in real life.

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3 comments

  1. kim Lutman says:

    I just purchased a 2015 Kia Soul and I love it,however I was wondering my the lights on my speakers dont move with the beat of the music,they only change colors.Is there something I need to do to get them to bounce around?
    Thank you,Kim

  2. Xavier says:

    How do I change the colors on a 2010 soul

  3. Jimmy says:

    Kim, you either don’t have the speaker color knob on the correct setting or you don’t have the radio volume turned up high enough. There are only 3 settings on the speaker cokor knob: off, pulse, solid.

    Xavier, there is a small knob close to where your left knee would be if you are in the driver seat. The knob should have a “+” amd a “-” on the face. Turn the car on, turn the knob to the right twice amd then press up “+” or down “-” to change the colors on the 2010 Kia Soul. Unless I am mistaken, the 2010 Soul would stay on one solid color or pulsate with music. In my 2013 Soul it changed from staying solid to a color change rainbow.

    I hope that helped you two.

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