Mobiband
Bluetooth Stereo Headphones with Mic
User’s manual
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Contents
 Brief introduction………………………………….…………...…1
1. Bluetooth wireless communication technology…...………….….....1
2. About the Mobiband…………………………..…….………….…..1
 Before use…………………………………………………...……..2
1. Overview……………………………..………………..…………...2
2. Charging the headset………………………….………………....…3
 Getting started.……………………………….………….………..3
1. Turning on/off the headset……………….……….……………...…3
2. Pairing the headset with Bluetooth devices…………………..….....4
How to enter pairing mode……………………..……………….....4
Pairing the headset with a Bluetooth cell phone…...............…........4
Pairing the headset with a Bluetooth transmitter..………………....5
Multi-pairing………………………………………………….…....6
3. Re-connecting with a Bluetooth device………………………...…..6
4. Wearing the headset…………………………………………….…..7
5. Making a call with the headset…………………………..………....7
6. Music playback………………………………………..……….…...9
7. LED indicator…………………………………………….………..10
8. Indication tone………………………...………………..…...…..…11
 Care and maintenance……………………..……………….….…11
 FAQs…………………………………………………..……..….…11
 Specifications……………………………………..…….....……....13
Welcome to use this Bluetooth stereo headset, Mobiband. Please read this
user’s manual carefully before use.
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Brief introduction
1. Bluetooth wireless communication technology
Bluetooth is a standard of close range wireless communication technology
that was drawn up by Ericsson, IBM, Intel, Nokia and Toshiba. With
Bluetooth technology, we can achieve the highest transmission rate among
cell phones, computers, printers, PDAs and other devices. The max
transmission range of class II is 10 meters while the max transmission range
of class I can reach up to 100 meters.
2. About Mobiband
The Mobiband is a Bluetooth stereo headset. It’s foldable and retractable
design is very easy to take with you. It supports the following Bluetooth
profiles:
HSP —— Headset Profile
HFP —— Hands-free Profile
A2DP—— Advanced Audio Distribution Profile
AVRCP——Audio/Video Remote Control Profile
You can enjoy music wirelessly by using the Mobiband. It has the following
features:
1) Pairing with a Bluetooth cell phone or PDA supporting HFP profile.
 Answer a call, end a call and reject a call
 Redial last number
 Voice dial
 Adjust the volume
 Call transfer between the headset and your Bluetooth cell phone
 Microphone mute
2) Pairing with a Bluetooth music device or Bluetooth transmitter
supporting A2DP profile.
 Enjoy music wirelessly
 Adjust the volume
 Remote control pause/play
 Remote control previous/next track
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3) Easy to switch between the call and music, you will not miss the
incoming call during listening to music.
4) Every time the headset is tured 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 specification differences of
the paired devices.
Before use
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1. Overview
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Foldable and retractable headhand
+ button: Volume up
﹤button: Previous track
﹥button: Next track
Built-in microphone
LED indicator
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
Charging jack
– button: Volume down
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2. Charging the headset
The headset comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, prior to using it, it is
recommended to charge the battery fully for the first time.
When the headset is low power, red LED flashes twice and the headset emits
three “Dong” tones every 20 seconds. Please recharge the battery of the
headset.
1) Using travel charger
Connect the charger to a standard power outlet and the charger plug to the
charging jack of the headset. Red LED is on while charging. It takes about 3
hours to charge the battery fully. When charging has completed, red LED
will be off.
2) Using USB cable
Connect the USB cable to an computer USB port and the USB cable plug to
the charging jack of the headset. Red LED is on while charging. It takes
about 3 hours to charge the battery fully. When charging has completed, red
LED will be off.
Note: Choosing travel charger or USB cable depends on different countries
or areas and actual demands.
Remarks:
1) The battery is recyclable.
2) Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to
excessive heat place, such as sunshine, fire or the like.
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Getting started
1. Turning on/off the headset
Function
Operation
Power on
Press and hold MFB button for
3~5 seconds until blue LED
flashes
Power off
Press and hold MFB button for
3~5 seconds until red LED
flashes
LED indicator
Blue LED is on
for 1 second
Red LED is on for
1 second
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Remark: In order to save power, the headset will turn off automatically if
no devices can be connected after 5 minutes.
2. Pairing the headset with Bluetooth devices
How to enter pairing mode
Function
Operation
Entering
pairing
mode
LED
indicator
LED flashes
red and blue
alternately
Ensure the headset is turned off,
otherwise turn it off first and then
press and hold MFB button for
6~7 seconds until LED flashes
red and blue alternately
Remark: Pairing mode will last 2 minutes. If no devices can be connected
after 2 minutes, it will return to standby mode automatically .
Pairing the headset with a Bluetooth cell phone
Prior to using the headset for the first time, you have to pair it with a
Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. The pairing procedures are subject to
different models of cell phones. Please refer to your cell phone user’s
manual for further information. The general pairing procedures are as
follows:
1) Place the headset and Bluetooth cell phone where they are easily
viewable by no more than 1 meter apart;
2) Enter the headset’s pairing mode (please refer to “How to enter pairing
mode);
3) Activate your cell phone’s Bluetooth function and set your cell phone to
search for Bluetooth devices within range, and select “Mobiband” from
the list of devices shown;
4) According to the indication, enter password or PIN No: “0000”;
5) If prompted by your cell phone to connect, select “Yes” (this will vary
among cell phone models);
6) After successful connecting, blue LED flashes twice or three time every
4 seconds.
You should now be able to make and receive a call using the headset.
Remarks:
 If pairing is failed, please turn off the headset first and then re-pair
according to steps 1~6 mentioned above.
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After pairing is successful, the headset and the cell phone will remember
each other, they will no need to re-pair next time. The headset can
remember 8 paired devices, When the number of paired devices exceeds
8, the first one will be replaced.
Every time the headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected
device automatically. If you want to pair it with other devices, please turn
off the Bluetooth function of last connected devices first and pair the
headset with the new device according to steps 1~6 mentioned above.
Pairing the headset with a Bluetooth transmitter
You can connect the headset to a Bluetooth transmitter to enjoy music
wirelessly. Take the below Bluetooth transmitter for iPod (not included) for
example. The pairing steps are as follows:
1) Place the headset and the Bluetooth transmitter where they are easily
viewable by no more than 1 meter apart;
2) Enter the headset’s pairing mode (Please refer to “How to enter pairing
mode);
3) Turn on the Bluetooth transmitter. It will search for Bluetooth devices
automatically and send a pairing request;
4) When the headset requests to enter a PIN No., the transmitter will
response “0000” automatically;
5) After successful pairing and connecting, blue LED of the headset will
flash twice every 4 seconds.
Remarks:
 The pairing password of the headset is “0000”. So, the headset can only
pair with a Bluetooth transmitter whose pairing password is “0000”.
 If pairing still fails after several tries, please refer to the Bluetooth
transmitter’s user’s manual for further information.
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Multi-pairing
The headset can connect with two devices at most. One is a Bluetooth cell
phone supporting HFP profile, the other one is a Bluetooth music device
supporting A2DP profile. If you want to finish the multi-pairing, please refer
to the following steps:
1) Firstly, pair the headset with a Bluetooth transmitter (refer to “pairing the
headset with a Bluetooth transmitter);
2) Turn off the Bluetooth transmitter;
3) Pair and connect the headset with a Bluetooth cell phone (refer to
“pairing the headset with a Bluetooth cell phone”).
4) Turn on the Bluetooth transmitter, it will connect to the headset
automatically.
Remarks:
 After successful multi-pairing, the paired devices will remember each
other. Unless pairing information is deleted because of new pairing, they
will no need to pair next time. If the pairing information is deleted,
please connect the mobile phone with the headset first and then turn on
the Bluetooth transmitter, multi-connecting can be performed.
 For the cell phone supporting the HSP and A2DP at the same time. It
may set up HSP and A2DP connection with the headset simultaneously.
At this time, the Bluetooth transmitter may not connect to the headset.
3. Re-connecting with a Bluetooth device
1) Automatic connecting
Every time the headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected
device automatically.
2) Manual connecting
When the headset doesn’t connect to a device supporting HFP, double click
MFB button, it will connect to last connected HFP device.
When the headset doesn’t connect to a device supporting A2DP, short press
MFB button, it will connect to last connected A2DP device.
Remarks:
 Before connecting to a Bluetooth device, please turn on the Bluetoth
device’s Bluetooth function.
 On some Bluetooth devices, take some Nokia cell phones for example,
you have to allow automatic connecting in the cell phone’s settings.
Please refer to your cell phone’s manual for further information.
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4. Wearing the headset
The headband of the headset is foldable and retractable, please adjust
according to the actual use. Logo “L” of the headset represents left ear, Logo
“R” of the headset represents right ear. Please wear the headset according to
the indication of the Logo.
5. Making a call with the headset
1) Basic operation
Status of
Function
Mobiband
Operation
Cancel calling
Calling
Short press MFB button
Answer a call
Incoming ring
Short press MFB button
Reject a call
Incoming ring
Press and hold MFB button for
2 seconds and release it until
hearing indication tone
End a call
During a call
Short press MFB button
Volume up
During a call
Volume down
During a call
Call transfer
(headset to
mobile phone)
Call transfer
(mobile phone
to headset)
Microphone
mute
Cancel mute
During a call
During a call
Touch+button, when touch
+ button all the time, the
volume will increase
continuously
Touch-button, when touch
-button all the time, the
volume will reduce
continuously
Press and hold MFB button for
2 seconds and release it until
hearing indication tone
Press and hold MFB button for
2 seconds and release it until
hearing indication tone
During a call
Short press MFB button twice
During a call
(microphone
mute)
Short press MFB button twice
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Status of
Mobiband
Operation
Voice dial
Standby mode
and connected
to a device
Simultaneously press and hold
MFB buttons for 2 seconds and
release them until hearing
indication tone
Redial last
number
Standby mode
and connected
to a device
Short press MFB button twice
Lock/unloc
k the
buttons
Standby mode
Clear
pairing list
Charging
Function
Simultaneously press and hold
MFB and+buttons for 2 seconds
and release them until hearing
indication tone
Firstly press and hold MFB button
and then press and hold -button
for 5 seconds, and release them
until red LED flashes once
2) Three-way call
Function
End current call
and answer a new
incoming call
Keep current call
and answer a new
incoming call
Status of
Mobiband
Operation
There is a new
incoming call
Short press MFB
button once
There is a new
incoming call
Short press MFB
button twice
Call transfer
During a call(keep
another call)
Short press MFB
button twice
End current call
and switch to
reserved call
During a call(keep
another call)
Short press MFB
button once
Warning: Excessive pressure from earphones and headphones can cause
hearing loss.
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Remarks:
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Not all cell phones support all functions listed above. Please refer to your
cell phone’s user’s manual for further information.
Certain functions and indication tones maybe vary with different models
of cell phones.
When the volume is adjusted to max. or min., you will hear a indication
tone.
When pressing the answer button on some cell phones, the call will be
transferred to the cell phone. You have to switch the call to the headset
manually then. Please refer to your cell phone’s user’s manual for further
information.
6. Music playback
After connecting the headset to a Bluetooth cell phone or Bluetooth
transmitter supporting A2DP, you can enjoy music with the headset.
Status of
Function
Operation
Mobiband
Touch+button, when touch +
Playing
Volume up
button all the time, the volume
music
will increase continuously
Touch-button, when touch -
Playing
Volume down
button all the time, the volume
music
will reduce continuously
Playing
Pause
Short press MFB button
music
Play
Pausing
Short press MFB button
Playing
Previous track
Touch ﹤ button
music
Playing
Next track
Touch ﹥ button
music
Remarks:
 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
“Mobiband” as speaker device. The music will be transmitted to the
headset. Please refer to your cell phone’s user’s manual for further
information.
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When the volume is adjusted to max. or min., you will hear a indication
tone.
If you want to remote control previous/next track, pause/play, it needs
your Bluetooth cell phone or Bluetooth transmitter paird with the headset
to support AVRCP profile, please refer to the user’s manual of your cell
phone or Bluetooth transmitter for further information.
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7. LED indicator
1) When the headset is charging
LED indicator
Red LED is on
Red LED is off
2)
Status of the headset
Charging in progress
Finish charging
When the headset connected to a Bluetooth device
LED indicator
Status of the headset
LED flashes red and blue alternately
Blue LED flashes once every 3
seconds
Blue LED flashes twice every 5
seconds
Blue LED flashes 3 times every 5
seconds
Blue LED flashes twice or 3 times
every 5 seconds
Blue LED flashes twice every 4
seconds
Blue LED flashes once every 5
seconds
Red LED flashes twice every 20
seconds
Pairing mode
Not connected to a
Bluetooth device
Connected to a HFP device
or A2DP device)
Simultaneously connected
to a HFP device and A2DP
device
Calling
Incoming ring
During a call
Low power
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8. Indication tone
Indication tone
Two short “DU” tones
Emits 2 tones every 5 seconds
Emits 3 “Dong” tones every 20
seconds
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Status of Mobiband
Enter pairing mode
During a call (Microphone
mute)
Low power
Care and maintenance
Read the following recommendations before using the headset. Following
these you will be able to enjoy the product for many years.
 Do not expose the headset to liquid, moisture or humidity to avoid the
product’s internal circuit being affected.
 Don’t use abrasive cleaning solvents to clean the headset.
 Do not expose the headset to extremely high or low temperature as this
will shorten the life of electronic devices, destroy the battery or distort
certain plastic parts.
 Don’t dispose of the headset in a fire as it will result in an explosion.
 Don’t expose the headset to contact with sharp objects as this will cause
scratches and damage.
 Don’t let the headset fall down onto the floor. The internal circuit might
get damaged.
 Don’t attempt to disassemble the headset as it may get damaged if you
are not professional.
In case the headset doesn’t function properly, send it to the store you bought
it. The staff will help you to solve the problem.
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FAQs
1 Why does red LED flash twice every 20 seconds?
The headset is low power, it needs to be recharged.
2 Why isn’t red LED on when charging?
a) Please make sure the charger connects well with the headset;
b) When you didn’t use the headset for a long time, the battery may dry up.
At this time, you have to charge the battery for 30 minutes, and then the
red LED will be on.
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3 How far is the effective range between the headset and Bluetooth cell
phone?
According to the Bluetooth standard, the max. controllable range of
Class II headset is 10 meters. It varies under different environment.
4 What to do when my cell phone can not search and find the headset?
The cell phone will not find the headset if the headset and cell phone are
not under the pairing mode. Make sure the headset is under the pairing
mode and in the effective working range, and then the headset can be
paired and connected.
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b)
c)
d)
Why can’t hear the voice from the headset?
Make sure the headset is turned on;
Ensure the volume of the headset is not too low or mute;
Make sure the headset connects well with your cell phone;
Ensure the distance between the headset and your cell phone is in the
normal working scope.
6 Why is there no voice when making a call with the headset?
a) Make sure your cell phone is in the strong signal area;
b) Ensure the headset is in the function range.
7 Why can’t I remotely control the pause, play, previous track and
next track functions with the headset when playing music?
The function needs the Bluetooth device paired with the headset to
support AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile). Please make
sure your cell phone or Bluetooth transmitter supports AVRCP profile.
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Specifications
Bluetooth specification
Bluetooth profiles
Operating distance
Working time
Standby time
Charing input
Charging time
Dimensions
Weight
Bluetooth V2.1+EDR
HSP, HFP, A2DP and AVRCP
10 meters, Class II
Music: Up to 10 hours
Talk: Up to 11 hours
200 hours
DC 5A
130mA
About 3 hours
158×156×55mm
103 g
Notes:
1. This 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.
2. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
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