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Manual de instrucciones
©2006 Sony Corporation
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric Information shock, do not expose this This device complies with Part 15 of FCC apparatus to rain or moisture. Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two To reduce the risk of electrical conditions: (1) this device may not cause shock, do not open the cabinet. interference, and (2) this device must Refer servicing to qualified accept any interference, including personnel only. interference that may cause undesired operat
For the customers in the USA and Canada Table Of Contents RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Welcome! .......................... 4 3 steps to BLUETOOTH Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable. function ................................. 5 You can help preserve our environment by Location and Function of returning your used Parts............................... 6 rechargeable batteries to the collection and Charging the unit ............. 7 recycling location nearest you. Pairing ........................
Welcome! Thank you for purchasing this Sony Wireless Stereo Headset. This unit uses TM BLUETOOTH wireless technology. • You can enjoy music from your BLUETOOTH device capable of transmitting music. • You can enjoy hands-free talking with your BLUETOOTH mobile phone inside your bag. • You can charge the unit using the supplied battery charging stand. For details on BLUETOOTH technology, see page 22. Enjoy listening to music Talking on the phone 4 US
3 steps to BLUETOOTH function Pairing (each device) First, register (“pair”) a BLUETOOTH device (mobile phone, etc.) and this unit with each other. Once pairing is established, there is no need for pairing again. BLUETOOTH Wireless Stereo mobile phone, Headset etc. Pairing c Page 9 Listening to music Calling V V BLUETOOTH connection BLUETOOTH connection Operate the BLUETOOTH When the unit is turned on, the unit device to make BLUETOOTH starts making the BLUETOOTH connection. connection to the re
GETTING STARTED Location and Function of Parts 1 Multi function button 6 VOL – button Controls various call 7 VOL + button functions. 8 Microphone 2 Indicator (red) 9 RESET button Indicates the power status of the unit. 0 Holding clip Adjust the holding clip to the 3 Indicator (blue) desired angle and clip to your Indicates the communication pocket or collar. status of the unit. qa Contact point 4 POWER button 5 Earpieces 6 US
Charging the unit The unit contains a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, which should be charged before using for the first time. 1 Connect the supplied 3 Put the unit on the AC power adaptor with battery charging stand. the battery charging Wireless Stereo stand. Headset Battery charging stand (supplied) (Rear) Contact pin Note If the holding clip is turned, the unit cannot be set on the battery AC power charging stand and charging does adaptor not start. Turn the holding clip (supplied) back to
* Caution Usage hours If this unit detects a problem while Status Approx. charging, the indicator (red) may usage hours turn off, although charging is not complete. Communication 11 hours Check for the following causes: time (including – Ambient temperature exceeds the range music playback of 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F). – There is a problem with the battery. time) (up to) In this case, charge again within the Standby time 100 hours above-mentioned temperature range. (up to) If the problem per
Pairing What is pairing? Procedures of pairing BLUETOOTH devices need to be 1 Place the connecting “paired” with each other device within 1 m (3 ft) beforehand. of this unit. Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need for pairing 2 Press and hold the again, except in the following cases: POWER button for 7 • When pairing information is deleted after repair, etc. seconds or more to • When this unit is paired with 9 or standby for pairing more devices. while the unit is turned This unit c
3 Perform pairing 6 Start the BLUETOOTH procedure on the connection from the connecting device to BLUETOOTH device. This unit memorizes the detect this unit. device as the latest connected The list of detected devices device. Some BLUETOOTH appears on the display of the devices may connect with the connecting device. This unit is unit automatically when displayed as “DR-BT10CX.” pairing is complete. Note If “DR-BT10CX” is not displayed, When pairing with a repeat from step 1. BLUETOOTH device th
Wearing the headset Wear the earpiece marked R in How to install the earbuds your right ear and the one marked correctly L in your left ear. If the earbuds do not fit your ears correctly, low-bass sound may not be heard. To enjoy better sound quality, adjust the earbuds position R L to sit on your ears comfortably or 1 push them into the inside of your ears so that they fit your ears snugly. If the earbuds do not fit your ears, try ones of other size. 1 Turn the holding clip to the desired angle
Indications of BLUETOOTH function B : Indicator (blue) R : Indicator (red) Status Flashing patterns ... Searching – – – – – – – – B ... – – – – – – – – R ... Connectable – – – – – – – – – – B – R ... Connecting – – – – – – – – – – B ... – – – – – – – – – – R ... HFP/HSP or A2DP – – – – – – – – – – – – – – B (standby for receiving audio signal) – R ... HFP/HSP and A2DP – – – – – – – – – – – – B (standby for receiving audio
OPERATING THE UNIT Listening to music VOL – 3 Start playback on the POWER button button BLUETOOTH device. VOL + button Notes • When you play music by connecting the unit to a BLUETOOTH device using HSP (Headset Profile)*, sound quality will not be high. For better sound, change the BLUETOOTH connection to A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Check the following before Profile)* by operating the operating the unit. BLUETOOTH device. – The BLUETOOTH device is • This unit cannot control music playback
To stop use 1 Terminate the BLUETOOTH connection by operating the BLUETOOTH device. 2 Press and hold the POWER button for about 3 seconds. The indicator (blue) and indicator (red) light up together, and the unit turns off. Tip When you finish playing music, the BLUETOOTH connection may terminate automatically, depending on the BLUETOOTH device. 14 US
Calling When you want to connect the unit VOL – POWER button to a different BLUETOOTH mobile button VOL + button phone from the last time, follow the procedure in “When this unit does not connect to a BLUETOOTH mobile phone automatically.” Multi function button When this unit does not connect to a BLUETOOTH mobile phone automatically Check the following before operating the unit. 1 Make the BLUETOOTH – The BLUETOOTH function is connection (HFP or active on the mobile phone. HSP) from the – Pairi
Note To call If you pressed the call button on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone, some 1 Use the buttons on your BLUETOOTH mobile phones may have mobile phone when handset use priority. In this case, set to making a call. talk with the unit by pressing and holding the multi function button for about 2 If no sound is heard through seconds, or by operating the this unit, press the multi BLUETOOTH mobile phone. For details, function button. refer to the manual supplied with your BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Ti
1 * Some functions may not be supported Controlling the depending on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone. BLUETOOTH mobile 2 * This may vary, depending on the phone – HFP, HSP BLUETOOTH mobile phone. 3 * Some functions may not be supported when calling using the BLUETOOTH The operation of the buttons on this mobile phone. unit varies depending on your mobile phone. HFP (Hands-free Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile) is used for BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
Calling while playing back music If the BLUETOOTH connection is active with the mobile phone, you can switch the unit to call even when listening to music. Before starting, see “Calling” (page 15) on operating details. To call while playing back To receive a call while music playing back music The sound through the unit changes 1 Press the multi function to a ring tone automatically. button while playing back music (page 15), or 1 Press the multi function operate your button and talk. BLUETOOTH
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Disposing of the unit For environmental conservation, be sure to remove the built-in rechargeable battery from the unit before disposing, and dispose of the battery appropriately. 1 Remove 2 screws. 3 Remove the rechargeable battery and dispose of it. 2 Open the case and detach the connector. Rechargeable battery 19 US
BLUETOOTH devices in the following locations, as it may cause Precautions an accident. – where inflammable gas is present, On BLUETOOTH communication in a hospital, train, airplane, or a petrol station • BLUETOOTH wireless technology – near automatic doors or a fire alarm operates within a range of about 10 m • This unit supports security (about 30 ft). capabilities that comply with the Maximum communication range may BLUETOOTH standard to provide a vary depending on obstacles (person, secure co
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