BT-HP1
OWNERS MANUAL
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WARNING! Never disassemble or adjust the unit.
WARNING! To prevent injury from shock or fire, never expose this unit to moisture or
water.
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T his device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
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hanges or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
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could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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INTRODUCTION
The BT-HP1 is a Bluetooth® stereo headset. The stereo headset is foldable and the retractable design
makes the stereo headset is very easy to take with you. The stereo headset supports the following
Bluetooth® profiles:
HSP —— Headset Profile
HFP —— Hands-free Profile
A2DP—— Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
AVRCP——Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
Please read this user manual carefully before use.
The BT-HP1 provides the following features:
1) When paired with a Bluetooth® cell phone or PDA supporting Hands-free Profile you can:
• Answer a call, end a call, and reject a call
• Redial last number
• Voice dial if supported by your cell phone
• Adjust the volume
• Transfer a call between the headset and your Bluetooth® cell phone
• Microphone mute
2) When paired with a Bluetooth® music device or Bluetooth® transmitter supporting Advanced
Audio Distribution Profile you can:.
• Enjoy music wirelessly
• Adjust the volume
• Pause/play using remote control
• Select the previous/next track using remote control
3) Switch easily between a phone call and music. Incoming calls will not be lost while you listen to
music.
4) Every time the headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected device automatically.
Note: Even though the paired device and the headset support the same Bluetooth® profiles, functions
may vary due to different manufacturers or specification differences between devices.
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CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
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Foldable and retractable headband
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+ button: Volume up
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﹤ button: Previous track
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﹥ button: Next track
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Built-in microphone
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LED indicator
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Multi-Function Button (MFB): Power on/power off/answer a call/end a call/reject a call/
microphone mute/call transfer/redial last number/voice dial/pause/play
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Charging jack
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– button: Volume down
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OPERATION
Charging the headset
The stereo headset comes with a built-in rechargeable battery. Prior to using the stereo headset it is
recommended to charge the battery fully for the first time. The charging time is about three hours.
When the stereo headset battery is low, the red LED flashes twice and the headset emits three tones
every 20 seconds. Please recharge the headset battery.
Using the USB cable
Connect the USB cable to a computer USB port and the 2.5mm plug to the charging jack of the
headset. The red LED is on while charging. The charging time is about three hours to charge the
battery fully. When charging cycle is completed, the red LED will turn off.
Note: The USB cable can vary based on different countries or areas and actual demands.
The battery is recyclable
WARNING! Do not expose the battery to excessive heat or fire. Follow applicable regulations when
disposing of the battery.
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Turning the stereo headset on and off
Action
LED indicator
Power on
Function
Press and hold MFB button for
3 to 5 seconds until blue LED
flashes
Blue LED flashes every second
Power off
Press and hold MFB button for
3 to 5 seconds until red LED
flashes
Red LED flashes once for 1
second
Note: In order to save the battery charge, the stereo headset will turn off automatically after five
minutes if no devices are connected to the stereo headset.
Enter pairing mode
Function
Entering pairing mode
Action
Ensure the headset is turned
off. Press and hold MFB
button for 6 to 7 seconds
until LED flashes red and blue
alternately
LED indicator
LED flashes red and blue
alternately
Note: Pairing mode will last two minutes. If no devices can be connected after two minutes, the stereo
headset will return to standby mode automatically.
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Pairing the stereo headset with a Bluetooth® cell phone
Prior to using the headset for the first time, you have to pair it with a Bluetooth® capable cell phone.
The pairing procedures can differ between cell phone models and manufacturers. Please refer to
your cell phone user’s manual for further information. The general pairing procedures are as follows:
1. Place the stereo headset and Bluetooth® cell phone approximately three feet apart without
physical obstructions such as walls etc.
2. Enter the headset’s pairing mode (please refer to Entering pairing mode).
3. Activate your cell phone’s Bluetooth® function and set your cell phone to search for Bluetooth®
devices.
4. Select BT-HP1 from the list of devices shown on the cell phone.
5. If and when prompted enter password or PIN “0000”.
6. If prompted by your cell phone to connect, accept the prompt “Yes” (this will vary among cell
phone models).
7. Once the stereo headphones and the cell phone have paired, the blue LED flashes twice or
three times every 4 seconds.
Note: If the pairing process fails, turn off the headset first and repeat steps 1 through 6 above.
After pairing is successful, the headset and the cell phone will remember each other, and will not
require pairing again. The headset can remember up to 8 paired devices. When the number of
paired devices exceeds 8, the first one will be removed and replaced.
Every time the headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected device automatically. If you
want to pair it with another device, please turn off the Bluetooth® function of the last connected
devices first. Pair the headset with the new device according to steps 1 through 6 above.
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Pairing the stereo headset with a Bluetooth® audio device
You can connect the stereo headset to a Bluetooth® audio device transmitter to listen to music
wirelessly. Perform the following steps to pair the device to the stereo headset:
1. Place the stereo headset and Bluetooth® audio device transmitter approximately three feet
apart without physical obstructions such as walls etc.
2. Enter the headset’s pairing mode (please refer to Entering pairing mode).
3. Activate your audio device transmitter Bluetooth® function and set your audio device
transmitter to search for Bluetooth® devices and send a pairing request.
4. When the stereo headset requests a password the Bluetooth® audio device transmitter will
respond with “0000”automatically.
5. Once the stereo headphones and the Bluetooth® audio device have paired, the blue LED
flashes twice every 4 seconds.
Note: The pairing password of the stereo headset is “0000”. The stereo headset can only pair with a
Bluetooth® transmitter whose pairing password is “0000”. If the pairing process still fails after several
attempts, refer to the Bluetooth® audio device transmitter documentation or further information.
Multi-Pairing the stereo headset
The stereo headset can connect with a maximum of two devices simultaneously. One device is a
Bluetooth® cell phone supporting HFP profile, while the other device is a Bluetooth® audio device
supporting A2DP profile. If you want to multi-pair, perform the following:
1. First, pair the stereo headset with a Bluetooth® audio device transmitter (refer to Pairing the
stereo headset with a Bluetooth® audio device).
2. Turn off the Bluetooth® transmitter.
3. Pair and connect the headset with a Bluetooth® cell phone (refer to Pairing the stereo headset
with a Bluetooth® cell phone ”).
4. Turn on the Bluetooth® transmitter, it will connect to the headset automatically.
Note: After a successful multi-pairing, the paired devices will remember each other. Unless pairing
information is deleted because of a new pairing, they will no longer need to pair next time. If the
pairing information is deleted, please connect the cell phone with the stereo headset first and
then turn on the Bluetooth® transmitter at which time multi-pairing can be performed. For the cell
phones which support the HSP and A2DP at the same time, pairing with stereo headset may occur
simultaneously. In this situation, the Bluetooth® audio device transmitter may not connect to the
headset. 3.
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Re-connecting with a Bluetooth® device
a) Automatic connecting
Every time the stereo headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected device automatically.
b) Manual connecting
When the headset doesn’t connect to a device supporting HFP, press the MFB button twice and the
stereo headset will connect to last connected HFP device.
When the headset doesn’t connect to a device supporting A2DP, quickly press MFB button once and
the stereo headset will connect to last connected A2DP device.
Note: Before connecting to a Bluetooth® device, please turn on the Bluetooth device’s Bluetooth
function. On some Bluetooth® devices, such as Nokia cell phones for example, you have to allow
automatic connecting in the cell phone’s settings. Please refer to your cell phone’s documentation for
further information.
Wearing the headset
The headband of the headset is foldable and retractable. Adjust the stereo headset to fit your head
comfortably. Each side of the stereo headset is marked. Place the stereo headset on the appropriate
side according to the right/left mark on the ear pieces.
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Stereo Headset Phone Functions
Function
Action
Cancel a call
Quickly press the MFB button.
Answer a call
Quickly press the MFB button.
Reject a call
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds. Release MFB
button and a tone is heard.
End a call
Quickly press the MFB button.
Volume up
Touch and hold the + button. The volume will increase
to a maximum level.
Volume down
Touch and hold the - button. The volume will decrease
to a minimum level.
Call transfer (stereo headset to mobile
phone)
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds. Release MFB
button when a tone is heard.
Call transfer (mobile phone to headset)
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds. Release MFB
button when a tone is heard.
Muting the microphone
Quickly press the MFB button twice.
Cancel mute
Quickly press the MFB button twice.
Voice dial
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds. Release MFB
button when a tone is heard.
Redial last number
Quickly press the MFB button twice.
Lock/unlock the buttons
Press and hold MFB and + button for 2 seconds.
Release the buttons when a tone is heard.
Clear pairing list while stereo headset is
charging
Press and hold MFB button. Then press and hold
the - button for 5 seconds. Release the button when a
tone is heard. The LED will flash red once.
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Stereo Headset Phone Function (Three Way Call)
Function
Action
End current call and answer a new incoming
call
Quickly press the MFB button once.
Keep current call and answer a new incoming
call
Quickly press the MFB button twice.
Call transfer (Pick up another call while on a
call)
Quickly press the MFB button twice.
Note: Not all cell phones support all functions listed above. Please refer to your cell phone’s
documentation manual for further information. Certain functions and indication tones maybe vary
with different models of cell phones. When the volume is adjusted to the maximum or minimum
settings you will hear a tone. When pressing the answer button on some cell phones, the call will be
transferred to the cell phone. In this case you have to switch the call to the headset manually.
Stereo Headset Phone Music Playback Function
Once the stereo headset is paired to a Bluetooth® cell phone or Bluetooth® transmitter supporting
the A2DP profile you can listen to enjoy music on the headset.
Function
Action
Volume up
Touch the + button. Touch and hold the +
button the volume will increase to maximum.
Volume down
Touch the - button. Touch and hold the - button
the volume will decrease to minimum.
Pause
Quickly press the MFB button.
Play
Quickly press the MFB button.
Previous track
Touch the ﹤ button.
Next track
Touch the ﹥ button.
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Note: When playing music on some cell phones, the music will be transmitted to the cell phone’s
speaker instead of the headset. You have to select “transmit the sound via Bluetooth” in the settings
menu and then choose “BT-HP1” as speaker device. The music will then be transmitted to the headset.
Please refer to your cell phone’s documentation further information. If you want to remote control
previous/next track, pause/play, the stereo headset requires your Bluetooth® cell phone or Bluetooth®
transmitter to be paired with the headset and support AVRCP profile. Please refer to your cell phone’s
documentation further information.
Stereo Headset LED Status Indicator
When the stereo headset is connected to a Bluetooth® device the LED will provide the following
status indications on the headset.
LED Indicator
Headset Status
LED flashes red and blue alternately
Pairing mode
Blue LED flashes once every 3 seconds
Not connected to a Bluetooth® device
Blue LED flashes twice every 5 seconds
Connected to a HFP device or A2DP device
Blue LED flashes 3 times every 5 seconds
Connected simultaneously to a HFP device and
A2DP device
Blue LED flashes twice or 3 times every 5
seconds
Calling in process
Blue LED flashes twice every 4 seconds
Incoming call
Blue LED flashes once every 5 seconds
Call in process
Red LED flashes twice every 20 seconds
Battery charge is low
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Stereo Headset Status Tones
When the stereo headset is connected to a Bluetooth® device the LED will provide the following
status indications on the headset.
Tone
Headset Status
Two short tones
Entering pairing mode
Two tones every 5 seconds
Two tones every 5 second during a call
indicates the microphone is muted
Three tones every 20 seconds
Battery charge is low
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
The following recommendations will ensure you get the maximum use and enjoyment from your
stereo headset.
• Do not expose the headset to liquid, moisture or high humidity to avoid damaging internal
circuitry.
• Don’t use abrasive cleaning solvents to clean the headset.
• Do not expose the headset to extremely high or low temperature as this can destroy the battery
or distort certain plastic parts.
• Don’t attempt to disassemble the headset.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Bluetooth® specification
Bluetooth® V2.1+EDR
Bluetooth® profiles
HSP, HFP, A2DP and AVRCP
Operating distance
30 Feet (10 meters), Class II
Operating time
Music: Up to 10 hours
Talk: Up to 11 hours
Standby time
200 hours
Charging input
DC 5A 130mA
Charging time
Approximately 3 hours
Dimensions
6.22 x 6.14 x 2.16 inches (158×156×55mm)
Weight
3.63 ounces (103 grams)
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to Audiovox Mobile Video Products
AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORP. (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any
part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original
purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company’s option) without charge for parts and repair
labor. A game controller, if supplied, is similarly warranted for ninety (90) days.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated
bill of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred
for installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to digital memory/media devices, gaming devices, discs, speakers,
accessories, or vehicle electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been
damaged through alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement
of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY
IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S
LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IM PLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY.
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SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTY. No person or representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than
expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
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