Philips SHB6111 Bluetooth stereo headset

SHB6111
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GB Bluetooth stereo headset
Table of contents
1 Important 1.1 Hearing safety 1.2 Electric-, Magnetic- and Electromagnetic
Fields (“EMF”) 1.3 General maintenance 1.4 Disposal of your old product
1.5 Remove the integrated battery
1.6 Notice for the European Union 1.7 Trademarks 3
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2 6
in the box
3 What else
need
4 What you can do with your
headset and Bluetooth music / voice adapter
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5 Overview of your Bluetooth
stereo headset and USB Bluetooth music / voice adapter 8
6 Install and configure the USB
Bluetooth music / voice adapter 7 Get started 7.1 Charge your headset
7.2 Pair your headset
7.2.1 Pair your headset with your PC
7.2.2 Pair your headset with your mobile
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8 Using your Bluetooth
headset with your PC
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8.1 Connecting the headset with your USB
Bluetooth music / voice adapter
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9 Using your headset with your mobile phone
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9.1 Connecting to your mobile phone
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9.2 Operating your headset
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10 Wearing your Bluetooth stereo
headset
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11 11.1
11.2
Using more of your
Bluetooth stereo headset
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Learn about the battery status
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Learn about simultaneous use for voice
and audio
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11.3 Learn about FullSound
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11.4 Automatic power saving
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12 Technical data
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13 Frequently asked questions
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1.1 Hearing safety
Danger
To avoid hearing damage limit the time you use
the headphones at high volume and set the
volume to a safe level. The louder the volume
the shorter is the safe listening time.
Be sure to observe the following
guidelines when using your headphones.
• Listen at reasonable volumes for reasonable
periods of time.
• Be careful not to adjust the volume
continuously upwards as your hearing adapts.
• Do not turn up the volume so high that you
can’t hear what’s around you.
• You should use caution or temporarily
discontinue use in potentially hazardous
situations.
• Using this headset with both ears covered
while driving is not recommended and may
be illegal in some areas while driving.
• For your safety avoid distractions from
music or phone calls while in traffic or other
potentially dangerous environments.
1.2 Electric-, Magnetic- and
Electromagnetic Fields ( EMF )
1 Philips Electronics manufactures and sells
many products targeted at consumers, which,
like any electronic apparatus, in general
have the ability to emit and receive electromagnetic signals.
2 One of Philips leading Business Principles
is to take all necessary health and safety
measures for our products, to comply with
all applicable legal requirements and to stay
well within the EMF standards applicable at
the time of producing the products.
3 Philips is committed to develop, produce
and market products that cause no adverse
health effects.
4 Philips confirms that if its products are
handled properly for their intended use,
they are safe to use according to scientific
evidence available today.
5 Philips plays an active role in the
development of international EMF and safety
standards, enabling Philips to anticipate
further developments in standardization for
early integration in its products.
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1 Important
1.3 General maintenance
1.5 Remove the integrated battery
To avoid damage or malfunction:
• Do not expose the headset to excessive heat.
• Do not drop your headset.
• Do not allow your headset to be submerged
in water.
• Do not use any cleaning agents containing
alcohol, ammonia, benzene, or abrasives.
If cleaning is required use a soft cloth, if
necessary dampened with a minimum amount
of water or diluted mild soap, to clean the
product.
If in your country there is no collection /
recycling system for electronic products you
can protect the environment by removing
and recycling the battery before disposing the
headset. Please take the battery to a battery
collection and recycling location.
About operating and storage
temperatures
• Do not operate or store in a place where
temperature is below -15ºC (5ºF) or above
55ºC (131ºF) as this may shorten your
battery life.
You can remove the battery by completing the
following steps.
1 Tear off the ear cushion of the left earshell.
2 Remove the screws that hold the earshell in
place.
3 Open the housing.
4 Cut the battery wires.
5 Remove the battery.
Removing the battery will destroy the product.
Make sure the headset is disconnected from the
power adapter before removing the battery.
1.4 Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and
manufactured with high quality
materials and components, which can
be recycled and reused.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product, it means the product is
covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
Please be informed about the local separate
collection system for electrical and electronic
products.
Please act according to your local rules and
do not dispose of your old product with your
normal household waste. The correct disposal
of your old product will help prevent potential
negative consequences to the environment and
human health.
The battery is inside
the left earshell
1.Tearoffthe
ear-cushion
2. Removethe 3. Openthe 4. Removethe
screws
housing
battery
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1.6 Notice for the European Union
Hereby, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, BG P&A,
declares that this Philips Bluetooth headset
SHB6111 is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Check the root folder of your user manual CD
or an addendum sheet for the Declaration of
Conformity.
1.7 Trademarks
Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke
Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective
owners. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use
of such marks by Koninklijke Philips Electronics
N.V. is under license.
2 What’s in the box:
Bluetooth headset
USB charging cable
CD with user manual
3 What else you’ll need:
For use with a mobile phone:
A mobile phone that is capable of Bluetooth
stereo streaming, i.e. that is compatible with the
Bluetooth A2DP profile.
For use with the Bluetooth music / voice
dongle:
• A PC with an available USB port
Quick start guide
Bluetooth music / voice adapter
For wireless handsfree communication:
• The Bluetooth headset profile (HSP) or the
Bluetooth Handsfree profile (HFP).
For wireless stereo listening:
• The Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution
profile (A2DP).
For wireless music control:
• The Bluetooth Audio Video Remote Control
profile (AVRCP).
• Windows 2000 or a later version
• Skype 3.2 or a later version. Basic features
also supported by Google Talk, MSN
Messenger,Yahoo Messenger.
• Windows media player Version 10 or a later
version. Basic features also supported by
iTunes, RealPlayer, WinAmp.
• Other devices (PDA’s, Bluetooth adapters,
MP3 players etc.) are also compatible with the
headset if they share the Bluetooth profiles
supported by the headset.
These profiles are:
The headset features Bluetooth Version 2.0,
but will also work with devices featuring other
Bluetooth versions that support the profiles
above.
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4 What you can do with your
headset and Bluetooth
music / voice adapter
With your Philips headset you can:
• Lead wireless hands-free conversations
• Wirelessly listen to music
• Wirelessly control music
• Switch between calls and music
With your Philips USB Bluetooth music /
voice adapter you can:
• Enable compatible PC’s with Bluetooth
wireless technology for music listening and
VoIP communication.
5 Overview of your Bluetooth stereo headset and USB
Bluetooth music / voice adapter
Bluetooth stereo headset
VOL –
VOL +
Chargingsocket
OptiFitearloop
adjustment
LEDindicatorlight
Microphone
Bluetooth music / voice adapter
LED, Pair & Connect button
USB Bluetooth music /
voice adapter
No separate software is required to install the
Bluetooth music / voice adapter as it is preinstalled on the adapter.
Locate a free USB port on your computer and
insert the Bluetooth music / voice adapter.
Windows will recognize it and display that if
found new hardware. If you are prompted for a
device driver, please select “Install the software
automatically” and restart your PC if required.
Windows will install the Bluetooth music/voice
adapter by default as your “Windows preferred
audio device” everytime you plug the adapter
into your USB port.
This means that your music will be streamed
via the Bluetooth music / voice adapter to your
Bluetooth headset and not to your speakers
or another previously installed audio device
on your PC. Also the Bluetooth headsets
microphone will be used for recordings.
If you do not want the USB music / voice
adapter to be your “Windows preferred audio
device”:
1 Open the window for your PC’s “Sounds
and Multimedia properties”.You can find this
window by following this menu path:
Start ‡Settings ‡Control Panel ‡Sounds
and Multimedia
2 Click on the “Audio Tab” and select the
“Sound Playback” and “Sound Recording”
device, that you prefer to use (instead of the
Philips SHB6111 Bluetooth music / voice
adapter).
3 Confirm your selection by clicking “o.k.”
If you want to restore the original settings
access the same menu and replace the entries
in the “Sound Playback” and “Sound Recording”
fields with “Philips SHB6111 Bluetooth music /
voice adapter”. Alternatively you can unplug the
Bluetooth music / voice adapter and plug it into
the USB port again to achieve the same effect.
Configure Skype or other VoIP applications to
use the Bluetooth music / voice adapter:
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6 Install and configure the
To make sure Skype uses the headset
1 Open Skype.
2 Go to Tools Options General Audio
Settings and select “Philips SHB6111
Bluetooth music / voice adapter” as the
“Microphone” and the “Ringing” device. (In
Windows versions lower than Windows
XP select “USB Audio Device” if “Philips
SHB6111 Bluetooth music / voice adapter”
cannot be selected).
3 If you use a VoIP application other than
Skype, make sure the corresponding
settings are set correctly. Please refer to the
programs user manual for more detailed
information.
Configure Windows Media Player or other
music player applications to use the Bluetooth
music / voice adapter:
To ensure that Windows Media Player
uses the headset
1 Open Windows Media Player.
2 Go to Tools ‡Options ‡Devices and
select the “speakers” entry. In the speaker
properties choose “Philips SHB6111
Bluetooth music / voice adapter” as the
sound playback device. (In Windows versions
older than Windows XP select “USB Audio
Device” if “Philips SHB6111 Bluetooth music /
voice adapter” cannot be selected).
3 If you use a music player other than
Windows Media Player, make sure the
corresponding settings are set correctly.
Please refer to the programs user manual for
more detailed information.
7 Get started
7.1 Charge your headset
Before you use your headset for the first time,
charge the battery for 6 hours for optimum
battery capacity and lifetime.
Warning
Use only the original USB charging cable. Using
another charger may damage or destroy your
headset.
Plug the USB charging cable into your
computers USB socket and connect the charger
cable to the headsets charging socket.
Caution
Finish your call before charging the headset, as
connecting the headset for charging will cut an
ongoing call.
During recharging the LED indicator will show
a red light. The LED will turn off once charging
is complete. Typically a full charge will take
four hours.You can operate the headset during
charging.
Tip
You can save energy and protect the
environment by unplugging the charger after
charging is complete.
7.2 Pair your headset
Your Bluetooth stereo headset must be paired
to your Bluetooth adapter and mobile phone
before connecting and using it with that device
for the first time. “Pairing” will establish a unique
encrypted link between your headset and USB
adapter or mobile phone.
Pairing has to be done
• before using your headset with your USB
adapter or mobile phone for the very first
time, or
• after pairing more than two Bluetooth
devices with your headset Your headset can
store up to two paired devices in its memory,
if you pair more than two devices the oldest
paired device is overwritten.
• “Pairing” is different from “connecting” as
pairing typically only has to be done once,
whereas the phone and headset need to
“connect” every time one of the two devices
was turned off or out of range.
7.2.1 Pair your headset with your PC
To pair your headset with your PC, make sure
the headset is charged and turned off and the
Bluetooth music / voice adapter plugged into
your PC.
Put the headset in pairing mode by holding the
button until the LED starts blinking red and
blue alternately. The headset will remain in
“pairing mode” for 5 minutes.
Press “Pair & Connect” button on the Bluetooth
music / voice adapter until the LED starts
blinking red and green alternately.
You will hear a long beep to confirm successful
pairing and the headsets LED will change from
flashing red/blue to periodically flashing blue
every three seconds.
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7.2.2 Pair your headset with your mobile
phone
Make sure the headset is charged, your mobile
phone is turned on and its Bluetooth feature is
enabled. Check your phones user guide to learn
how to turn on Bluetooth on your phone.
With the headset turned off, press
until the LED starts blinking red and blue
alternately. The headset will remain in
“pairing mode” for 5 minutes.
2 Pairing typically involves a few simple steps
outlined below, please check your phones
user guide for details.
1
Access a menu on your mobile phone
typically called “Setup”, “Settings”,
“Bluetooth” or “Connectivity”. Select the
option to discover or search for Bluetooth
devices. After a few seconds your phone
should indicate that it has found the “Philips
SHB6111”.
4 Upon selecting the “Philips SHB6111” on
your mobile phone typically you will need
to confirm the pairing and enter a passcode.
Please enter the headsets passcode “0000” (four zeros).
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After successful pairing, the headset will connect
to the mobile phone.You will hear a long beep
to confirm successful pairing and the headsets
LED will change from flashing red/blue to
periodically flashing blue every three seconds.
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9 Using your headset with
your mobile phone
9.1 Connecting to your mobile phone
Turn on the headset by pressing until the LED
lights up. Once turned on the headset will reconnect automatically to the last device it was
connected with. If the last connected device is
not available the headset tries to reconnect to
the penultimate device that was connected to
the headset.
If you turn the mobile phone or its Bluetooth
feature on after turning on the headset connect
the headset from your mobile phones Bluetooth
menu.
9.2 Operating your headset
To control the headset you
tap, hold and double tap the
headsets’ buttons. A “tap”,
“hold” and “double tap”
differs in the duration and
speed of the button press.
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The table below shows how to operate your headset:
In order to:
Do this:
Enter pairing mode
Press until the LED starts
blinking red / blue alternately
Press for 2 seconds
Turn headset on
Turn headset off
Play / Pause music
Stop music
Skip Fwd / Bwd
FullSound on / off
Adjust volume
Pick up a call / End a call
Reject a call
Redial the last number
Activate voice dialing*
Mute Mic
Hold for min. 4 sec
Tap
and
simultaneously
Tap
or
Tap
Hold and
simultaneously
for 4 sec.
Tap VOL- or VOL+
Tap
Hold
Double tap
Hold until “beep” sound
Double tap (during call)
Transfer call to phone*
Hold
Other status indicators:
Connected to Bluetooth device
(while in standby or while
listening to music)
Ready for pairing
On but not connected
In call
Low battery
• 3x red flash: battery is low.
• 2x red flash: > 25% of
charge remaining.
• 1x blue flash: > 50% of
charge remaining.
One long beep
One short beep: On
Two short beeps: Off
One long beep
Two short beeps
One short beep
Short beep every five
seconds until mute is turned
off.
One short beep
Blue light flashes every 3 seconds.
In pairing mode, LED light flashes continuously alternating red
and blue.
Blue light flashing fast.
While call is ringing, blue light flashes fast (twice per second).
After call pick up, slows down to once per second.
LED will flash red instead of blue. A short double beep will
be heard every minute with five minutes or less of talk time
remaining.
* Available if supported by your mobile phone
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Sound and LED indicator
feedback
Alternating red / blue flash
stereo headset
The OptiFit neckband features an ergonomically
optimized hinge, carefully placed in the center
of the ear shell for optimum wearing comfort.
This optimized fit also results in ideal sound
performance due to perfect speaker placement
over your ear canal.
To personalize the fit
of your headset set the
ear loops to the largest
position marked with
. Pick up the headset
with both hands with the
microphone facing forward
and lower the headset on
your ears. While wearing
the headset personalize the
fit by moving the ear loop
adjustment markers up
and down to the position
optimal for you.
11 Using more of your
Bluetooth stereo headset
11.1 Learn about the battery status
Immediately after turning the headset on, the
LED will indicate the battery status.
LED behaviour
Battery status
3x red blinking
Less than 25% battery
remaining
2x red blinking
Less than 50% of charge
remaining
1x blue blinking
50% or more of charge
remaining
The LED will continuously flash red with about 5
minutes of talk time remaining.You will also hear
two short beeps every minute to remind you to
end the call or transfer it to your phone before
the battery runs out.
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10 Wearing your Bluetooth
11.2 Learn about simultaneous use for
voice and audio
Your Bluetooth stereo headset can connect to
• one Bluetooth audio device (supporting the
A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth profile) and
• one Bluetooth communication device
(supporting HFP or HSP Bluetooth profile) at
the same time.
Therefore you can connect your Bluetooth
stereo headset
• with a Bluetooth stereo enabled phone to
both listen to music and lead calls, or
• with a Bluetooth phone that does not
support Bluetooth stereo (A2DP) to lead
calls and at the same time to a Bluetooth
audio device (Bluetooth enabled MP3 player,
Bluetooth audio adapter etc.) to listen to
music. Make sure to pair the phone first
with your Bluetooth headset, then turn both
the phone and headset off to then pair the
Bluetooth audio device.
With the SwitchStream feature you can listen to
music and monitor your calls at the same time.
Even while listening to music, you will hear a ring
tone when receiving a call and can switch to the
call simply by tapping the button.
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11.3 Learn about FullSound
FullSound is a smart digital sound enhancement
algorithm, which runs on a powerful processor
inside your Bluetooth headset.
It restores and enhances bass, treble, stereo
effects and dynamics of compressed music
and leads to a more natural, “real life” sound
experience based on years of acoustic research
and tuning.
The FullSound feature decreases music playing
time by less than 10% if activated. The feature
is activated when you buy the product, to
turn FullSound off or on hold
and
simultaneously for 4 seconds.You will hear one
short beep after turning FullSound on, and two
short beeps after turning FullSound off.
11.4 Automatic power saving
If your headset cannot find any Bluetooth device
to connect to in range within five minutes it will
automatically power down to save battery life.
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12 Technical data
Up to 14 hours of playtime or talk time
Up to 300 hours of standby time
Typical time for a full charge: <4 hours
Rechargeable Lithium-Polymer battery
(360mAh)
Headset: Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, Bluetooth
music / voice adapter: Bluetooth 1.2
Profile support: Bluetooth stereo (A2DP
– Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), Audio
Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP),
Headset (HSP) and Handsfree Profile (HSP).
FullSound digital sound enhancement
OptiFit ergonomic design
Operating range up to 10 meters (33 feet)
Specifications are subject to change without
notice.
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13 Frequently asked questions
Bluetooth headset does not switch on.
Battery is very low.
Charge your Bluetooth headset.
No connection to mobile phone.
Bluetooth disabled.
Enable Bluetooth on your mobile phone and turn
the headset on after turning on the phone.
Mobile phone cannot find headset.
• The headset may be connected to another
previously paired device.
Turn the currently connected device off or
move it out of range.
• Pairings may have been reset or headset has
been previously paired with other device.
Start the pairing process as described in this
user manual.
Audio quality when streaming from phone
is very low or audio streaming does not
work at all.
Phone may not be A2DP compatible and only
support (mono) HSP/HFP.
Check your phones compatibility.
Audio quality is poor and crackling noises
can be heard.
Bluetooth audio source is out of range.
Reduce the distance between the headset and
the Bluetooth audio source, or remove obstacles
between them.
I hear but cannot control the music on my
device (e.g. skip forward / backward).
Bluetooth audio source does not support
AVRCP.
Check the user manual of your audio source.
Redialing does not work.
Your mobile phone may not support this feature. Cannot hear music or voice via BT music /
voice adapter.
Audio Settings not correct.
Set audio settings on your PC as described in
Voice dialing does not work.
Your mobile phone may not support this feature. chapter 6. Restart your music player and VoIP
application.
The headset is connected to a Bluetooth
stereo enabled phone, but music will play
on the phone s speaker only.
Phone may have option to listen to music via
speaker or headset.
Check your phones user guide on how to transfer
the music to the headset.
The headset is not charging or charging
very slowly when using the USB charging
cable.
The USB port provides no or too little power.
Your USB port should provide 500mA. Try
another USB port at the back of your PC or a
powered USB hub.
Please visit www.philips.com/support for
additional support.
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