Beats by Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear Headphones 900/00087/01 user manual

User manual for the device Beats by Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear Headphones 900/00087/01

Device: Beats by Dr. Dre Tour In-Ear Headphones 900/00087/01
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USER GUIDE

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Table of Contents EN Important Safety Information 2 Eartips/Secure Fit Wingtips and Maintenance 5 Using the Remote Mic 10 Care and Storage 12 Select, Connect, Listen 12 FR Renseignements de sécurité importants 14 Entretien des embouts et des stabilos 17 Utilisation du microphone de la télécommande 22 Soin et entreposage 24 Sélection, connexion, écoute 24 ES Información importante sobre la seguridad 26 Mantenimiento de las almohadillas/estabilos 29 Uso del micrófono remoto 34 Cuidado

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English Important Safety Information Listen Responsibly To avoid hearing damage, make sure that the volume on your music player is turned down before connecting your headphones. After placing headphones in your ears, gradually turn up the volume until you reach a comfortable listening level. Noise levels are measured in decibels (dB), exposure to any noise at or above 85 dB can cause gradual hearing loss. Monitor your use; hearing loss is a function of loudness versus time. The louder it is

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English This decibel (dB) table compares some common sounds and shows how they rank in potential harm to hearing. SOUND NOISE LEVEL EFFECT (dB) Whisper 30 Very quiet Quiet Ofice 50-60 Comfortable hearing levels are under 60dB Vacuum Cleaner, 70 Intrusive; interferes with Hair Dryer telephone conversations Food Blender 85-90 85 dB is the level at which hearing damage (8 hrs.) begins Garbage Truck, 100 No more than 15 minutes Cement Mixer of unprotected exposure recommended for sounds be

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English ® “…. a typical person can safely listen to an iPod for 4.6 hours per day at 70% volume.” “…. knowing the levels one is listening to music at, and for how long is extremely important.” From http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2006/10/19/music-earphones.html Get the most out of your equipment and enjoy great audio performance even at safe levels. Our headphones will allow you to hear more details at lower volume levels than ever before. Use Responsibly Do not use headphones when it’s unsa

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English Eartips and Secure Fit Wingtips Maintenance Eartip/Secure Fit Wingtips Selection TM The tips on the ends of your Tour headphones make the difference between good sound and great sound. With the right it, you’ll receive better isolat ion from unwanted outside noise, increased bass response, better tonal balance and the headphones will stay in your ears better. Of course, the right it will als o ® feel more comfortable. Because everyone’s ears are unique, Beats supplies several sizes

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English Eartip Fit Testing A good way to gauge whether or not the eartip is sealing properly in your ear canal is by snapping your ingers right next to your ear. If the seal is proper, your ear will not feel “plugged,” yet the snapping of your ingers will sound du ll and distant. If you hear your inger snaps distinctly, the seal is probably not adequate. If the sound of your inger snapping is dull and distant, but your ear feels plugged up, like you’re on an airplane preparing to land, then

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English Proper Insertion and Removal of Eartips 1. You may wish to lightly moisten your eartips for easier insertion. 2. Using your right hand, grasp the right headphone. 3. With your left hand, pull up and back on your right ear to straighten your ear canal. 4. Carefully insert your right headphone, rubber eartip irst, so that it seals completely and comfortably in your ear. DO NOT insert the eartip so deeply that your ear canal feels completely “plugged.” 5. Repeat this procedure for yo

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English Proper Application of Secure Fit Wingtips 1. Remove the rubber eartip from the base of the headphone. 2. Apply Secure Fit Wingtips to base of the headphone being careful to use the right (R) wingtip with the right (R) headphone and the left (L) wingtip with the left (L) headphone. 3. Make certain the wingtip is pointed up (as shown in the attached diagram). 4. Reapply the properly sized eartip. 5. The wingtip should rest up against the concha of your ear for a secure, comfortable it.

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English Eartip and Secure Fit Wingtips Cleaning TM Keeping your Tour eartips clean is essential for safe, hygienic use. IMPORTANT: DO NOT attempt to clean the eartips without irst removing them from the TM headphones. Getting the delicate circuitry inside your Tour headphones wet may cause permanent damage. 1. Firmly grip the eartip with one hand and the headphone with the other. Carefully remove the eartip from the ear tube. 2. Use warm water and mild soap on a damp cloth to remove dirt and

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English Using the Remote Mic TM Tour has a built-in remote mic feature for use with phones and music players. Functions include: ® ® TM ® TM • Play iPod, iPhone & iPad HTC , Blackberry & Android • Pause • Skip Forward/ Backward • Scan Forward/ Backward • A n s w e r • End Call • Voice Command • Volume Control Note: Functionality varies by device. 10

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English Play or pause a song or video: Press and release the center button. Repeat to resume. Skip track or backward to next song or video: Press and release the center button twice quickly to skip forward. Press and release three times quickly to skip back. Scan forward or backward through a song or video: In quick motion, press the center button twice, hold on the second press to scan forward. Release when you want to stop scanning. To scan backward, press the center button three times,

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English Care and Storage TM • Keeping Tour headphones clean is essential for safe, hygienic use. • Never wear in-ear headphones if they appear dirty. TM • When not in use, always store your Tour headphones in the protective case provided. • Keep case closed, and store in a clean, dry environment. • Do not store other items in the case, as this may result in contamination. • Avoid storage in extreme heat or cold. • Avoid exposure to liquids, temperature extremes and high humidity. TM • Never

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English Connect TM Plug the Tour cable into the 1/8” (3.5mm) stereo plug on your music player. Yes No Listen Turn down the volume on your music TM player before inserting Tour headphones. IMPORTANT: Left and Right Headphone: Having the correct headphone side in the correct ear does affect the listening experience. Note the “L” and “R” markings on the side of each headphone. “L” is for the left ear. “R” is for the right ear. Excessive listening levels can cause permanent hearing damage.

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Français Renseignements de sécurité importants Utilisation responsable Pour éviter de subir des dommages auditifs, assurez-vous que le volume de votre lecteur multimédia est réduit avant de brancher vos écouteurs. Après avoir placé les écouteurs dans vos oreilles, augmentez graduellement le volume jusqu’à un niveau d’écoute agréable. Les niveaux sonores sont mesurés en décibels (dB). L’exposition à des bruits de 85 dB ou plus peut graduellement causer une perte auditive. Surveillez votre ut

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Français Le tableau de décibels (dB) suivant compare certains sons communs et classe les dommages potentiels à l’audition. SON NIVEAU SONORE EFFET (dB) Chuchotement 30 Très calme Bureau calme 50–60 Les niveaux d’écoute agréables sont inférieurs à 60 dB. Aspirateur, sèche- 70 Intrusif, interfère avec les conversations cheveux téléphoniques. Mélangeur 85–90 85 dB équivaut au niveau auquel l’audition commence à être endommagée (8 heures). Camion à ordures, 100 Nous recommandons de ne pas dépass

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Français « …. une personne ordinaire peut écouter en toute sécurité son iPod pendant 4,6 heures par jour à un volume de 70 %. »  « …. il est extrêmement important de savoir le niveau sonore auquel vous écoutez de la musique, ainsi que la durée de votre écoute. » Tiré du site http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2006/10/19/music-earphones.html Tirez le maximum de votre équipement et proitez d’excellentes performan ces audio, même à des niveaux sonores sécuritaires. Nos écouteurs vous permettront d’

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Français Entretien des embouts et des stabilos Sélection des embouts et des stabilos TM Les embouts aux extrémités de vos écouteurs Tour font la différence entre un bon son et un son formidable. Avec un bon ajustement, vous obtiendrez une meilleure isolation des sons parasites extérieurs, une réponse ampliiée des graves, un meilleur équilibre tonal et les écouteurs resteront dans vos oreilles. Bien entendu, vous serez plus à l’aise avec un ajustement adéquat. Comme ® les oreilles de chaque

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Français Essai d’ajustement d’embouts Un bon moyen de vériier si l’embout que vous utilisez est sufisamment ajusté consiste à claquer des doigts près de votre oreille. Si l’embout est bien ajusté, vous n’aurez pas l’impression que votre oreille est « bouchée », mais le son de votre claquement de doigts sera assourdi et distant. Si vous pouvez entendre votre claquement de doigts distinctement, vos embouts ne sont probablement pas assez ajustés. Si le son de votre claquement de doigts est ass

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Français Insertion et retrait des embouts 1. Vous pouvez humecter légèrement les embouts pour les insérer plus facilement dans vos oreilles. 2. Avec votre main droite, prenez l’écouteur droit. 3. Avec votre main gauche, tirez sur votre oreille droite vers le haut pour ouvrir votre conduit auditif. 4. Insérez doucement l’embout de l’écouteur droit dans votre oreille, de sorte qu’il y repose confortablement et qu’il bloque les sons extérieurs. N’INSÉREZ PAS l’embout trop profondément pour é


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