Blue Sonic Multimedia PC User manual

1. Product Description
Nextware Sonic is a lightweight sports headphone with in-ear drivers. It features
fashionable sport design and quality stereo sound. Sonic is the ideal choice for active
pursuits, such as jogging and exercising.
4). Once “Nextware Sonic’’ is found in search list, follow the steps and enter pin code
0000 to pair (some phones do not request the pin code).
5). Connect the headset to your phone. Headset is now ready for use. Once paired and
connected, the headset will be automatically connected to your phone whenever you
turn the headset on, provided your phone is in range.
3. Charging
How to wear Sonic
Nextware Sonic uses micro USB charging socket.
1).First time, please charge the device for no less than 2 hours to make sure the headset is
fully charged and the battery reaches its full capacity.
2). Each subsequent charge cycle may take 2 hours.
3). LED will indicate red when charging and off when charging is complete.
4). If you have not used the item for a few months, LED might not turn red when first
charging. It may take 15 to 35 minutes before the LED turns red.
● When battery power is low, the red indicator light will flash red every 15 seconds.
4. Turn On / Off
What’s in the box:
Turn On: From OFF, press and hold the “MFB” button for around 4 seconds until the
indicator LED shows blue.
Turn Off: From ON, press and hold the “MFB” button for around 4 seconds until the
indicator LED shows red.
• Once the unit is on, the LED indicator will flash blue every 10 seconds.
• When losing connection, the speakerphone will automatically switch itself off in 30
5. Working with mobile phone
A. Nextware Sonic Blu
B. USB charging cable
It is important to pair the headset with your Bluetooth mobile phone for the first time use.
C. Silicone ear buds
5.1 Pairing procedure:
1). Ensure the headset is off.
2). Press and hold the MFB button (about 10-12 seconds) until LED blinks blue and red
3). Search the headset from your phone.
D. Carry pouch
E. User manual
7. Product Specification
5.2 Basic Operations:
1). Answering a call:
Answering the first call: Press the “MFB” button once to answer the first call.
Answering the second call: Press the “MFB” button once to answer the second call
and end the first call simultaneously.
Ending a call: Press the “MFB” button once to end a call.
2). Reject a call:
Reject the first call: Press and hold the “MFB” button for 3 seconds to reject the first call.
Reject the second call: Press “V+” button once to reject the second call.
3). Voice Dial: If your mobile phone has voice dialing enabled, when in standby mode
short press both ”V+” and “V-” then say the voice tag you wish to call. (Note: Some phones
need to record the voice tag in advance, and some no need.)
2. Product Overview
1). Speaker
2). Multi-function button
3). Charging socket
4). LED indicator
5). Microphone
6). Volume up (Previous)
7). Volume down (Next)
8). Headband
We found most problems are caused by improper pairing between the headset and the
Bluetooth device.
3). Play music : Press “MFB” Button
4). Pause : Press “MFB” Button
5). Previous track: Press and hold “V+” Button
6). Next track: Press and hold “V-” Button
1) Some functions are dependent on the mobile phone being used with the headset and
may not work with some phones where those features are not supported.
2) For some phones, when the power saving mode is on with animated moving images, the
music is interrupted. Changing the power saving mode to “non-moving image” may resolve
6. Working with PC/ Laptop (Tutorial online)
6.1 Pairing procedure :
1). Ensure your PC has built-in Bluetooth. Turn On the Bluetooth of PC.
2). Double click Bluetooth icon, click “Add a new device”.
3). Once “Nextware Sonic’’ found in search list, follow the steps and enter pin code “0000”
to pair (some does not need this).
4). Connect the headset to your PC.
5). Headset is ready for use now.
4). Last number redialing: In standby mode, double click the “MFB” button.
5). Switching a call between headset and mobile phone:
Headset to mobile phone: During a call, press and hold “MFB” for 2 seconds to transfer
the call to your mobile phone.
Mobile phone to headset: During a call, press and hold “MFB” for 2 seconds to transfer
the call to your headset.
6). Mute & Unmute (during a conversation)
Mute the microphone: press and hold “V-” button till you hear a short beep. In mute
status, you will hear two beeps every 3 seconds.
Unmute the speakerphone: press and hold “V-” button again till you hear a short beep
7). Restore the Default Setting: under standby mode, press and hold V+ and Multi-function
button for 8 seconds until the indicator flash blue and red, then the headphone is back to
original setting, and after power on again, it will enter pairing mode automatically.
6.2 Streaming the Music
Before streaming the music, you need to change the sound setting first. Go to “Control
Panel” > “Sound” > “Playback” and change the audio setting to “Bluetooth Stereo Audio”.
Play music from your player
● Pause: During music streaming, press “MFB” button, press “MFB” button again to
resume it.
● Volume up: Briefly press “V+” to increase the volume
● Volume down: Briefly press “V-” to decrease the volume
● Previous / Next track: These two functions depend on your PC system. On some
systems, you can control it on the headset by pressing and holding V+ or V- buttons.
Some systems do not support this.
6.3 For Skype Call
5.3 Music Streaming
Enter into your phone’s music player before listening to music on the headset. Music will be
automatically heard on your headset for some phones, others need to transfer music from
the phone to the headset.
● Some PC systems change the sound setting automatically, then you can make Skype
calls immediately.
● For other PC systems you will need to change the sound setting first. Go to Skype Tools
> Options > Sound Devices and select “Audio in” / “Audio Out” / “Ringing” Change all
three modes to “Bluetooth AV Audio” and save it. You can then make Skype calls.
1). Volume up: Briefly press “V+” to increase the volume
2). Volume down: Briefly press “V-“ to decrease the volume
9.2. FCC Statement
Bluetooth V2.1+EDR
Chipset: CSR BC05-Multimedia single chip
Support profiles: Headset, Handsfree, A2DP,AVRCP
Operation Range: Class 2, 10 meters
Battery: 120mA rechargeable lithium polymer battery
Talk time: up to 6 hrs
Music time: up to 6 hrs
Standby time: up to 120 hours
Headset size: 36.2mm x 21.2mm X 29.7mm
Weight: 18g
The talk and standby times may vary when used with different mobile phones or other
compatible Bluetooth devices, usage settings, usage styles and environments.
8. Safety Information
● To avoid any damage or malfunction of the device do not drop device from high places.
● Keep device away form humidity, water and any other liquid. If the device is exposed to
1). This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
• This device may not cause harmful interference.
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
2). Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
The battery used in this device may present a risk of fire or chemical burn if mistreated.
Ideal for outdoor use
9.3. RF Warning Statement
The device has been evaluated to meet general RF exposure requirement. The
device can be used in portable exposure conditions without restriction. Changes or
modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
water, moisture and other liquid, do not operate it to avoid any electrical shock, explosion
and damage to the device or yourself.
● Do not place or keep this device near any heat source, such as, direct sun light,
radiators, stoves or other apparatus which produces heat. It may cause explosion,
degrade the performance and/or reduce battery life.
● Do not modify, repair or disassemble device at discretion (Especially battery: It may
cause an explosion). Doing this will avoid the warranty.
● Do not place heavy objects on the device.
● Use only supplied and approved charger.
● Replacement or service must be done by qualified service center or manufacturer.
● Unplug this device when unused for long periods of time or during lightning storms.
Bluetooth Stereo Headset
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User Guide
Sonic Blu
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
-- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
-- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
-- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
-- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
9.4. Trademark Statement
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
Nextware is a trademark owned by Nextware Products Inc,
9. Declaration of Conformity
9.1. EU
Dispose of the packaging and
this product in accordance with
the latest provisions.
This product is CE certified according to the provision of the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC). We declare that this product is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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QDID: B016984