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ClearSounds CS2000M User`s guide
ClearBlue
TM
Bluetooth® TV & Audio
Listening System
User’s Guide
© 2011 ClearSounds
CS-TVBTUG Ver A
Welcome
Thank you for purchasing the ClearBlue Bluetooth
TV and Audio Listening System. The system uses
Bluetooth technology.
Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard that uses
short wavelength radio transmissions to exchange
data between fixed and mobile devices over short
distances.
We hope that you enjoy using your new listening
system in a variety of ways!
Discreetly listen to television,
music or sound, wirelessly. You
can also connect to certain
mobile phones at the same time,
and accept or place calls, as
desired.
Converse on a mobile phone,
handsfree. If the phone is a
smartphone, you can listen to
music, and accept or place calls,
as desired.
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Contacts
Safety precautions
Please contact us with any questions that you might
have. We are happy to assist you!
Carefully read and observe the warnings and cautions
in this manual and on the equipment.
ClearSounds Communications, Inc.
1743 Quincy Avenue, Suite 155
Warnings
Warnings must be observed to prevent bodily
injury.
Naperville, IL 60540 USA
800-965-9043 (toll-free)
www.clearsounds.com
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•
WARNING: Excessive headset volume can
cause hearing loss.
•
WARNING: Use the system parts only in the
described manner to avoid bodily injury or
damage to the equipment.
•
WARNING: Keep all of the system parts and
accessories out of the reach of children. The
components can cause hearing loss or choking if
used incorrectly.
•
WARNING: Do not disassemble the headset or
transmitter, which contain small parts that could
be choking hazards. Disassembly can damage
the components.
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Safety precautions
•
•
WARNING: Do not remove built-in batteries.
Other types of batteries and power accessories
can damage the equipment and cause injury.
•
WARNING: Do not dispose of the headset or
transmitter by burning. Burning batteries can
explode and release toxic and corrosive fumes
and gases. Do not dispose of batteries with
household waste. Recycle or dispose of batteries
according to regulations of your local municipality.
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WARNING: Do not clean the system parts if they
are charging. Do not spill liquid on the system
parts. This can cause a short circuit, a fire or
electric shock.
WARNING: Do not use or store the headset
or transmitter in areas that are dusty, dirty, wet
or contain explosive fumes, dust or chemicals.
Sparks in such areas could cause explosion or fire.
Cautions
Cautions indicate practices that could harm the
equipment or other objects.
Observe all cautions to preserve the product integrity
and warranty.
•
CAUTION: Use only a damp cloth to clean the
system parts, and do not scrape the surface with
sharp instruments. Do not use liquid or aerosol
cleaners.
•
CAUTION: Do not use or store the headset or
transmitter in an extremely sunny, hot or cold
environment or a damp environment. These
environments can damage internal circuit boards,
batteries and plastic and shorten the life of the
components.
•
CAUTION: Do not allow the components to fall
or strike against a hard surface. This can damage
the internal circuit boards.
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Contents
Unpack��������������������������������������������������������������������� 7
Headset overview����������������������������������������������������� 8
Adjust�������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
Controls����������������������������������������������������������������� 9
Transmitter overview���������������������������������������������� 10
Charge�������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
To charge using a personal computer����������������� 12
To charge using an AC power outlet������������������� 13
Listening capabilities���������������������������������������������� 14
Devices��������������������������������������������������������������� 14
Required ClearBlue components������������������������ 15
Pair������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
Connect������������������������������������������������������������������ 20
Connecting to two devices at once��������������������� 20
To connect the headset to a device��������������������� 20
Listen���������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
Converse���������������������������������������������������������������� 23
Turn off a component �������������������������������������������� 24
Restore defaults����������������������������������������������������� 24
Indicators���������������������������������������������������������������� 25
Troubleshooting������������������������������������������������������ 27
Specifications��������������������������������������������������������� 29
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Unpack
Ensure that all of these parts are included in your
packing box. If any parts are missing or damaged,
please contact your vendor or ClearSounds.
Headset
Audio transmitter
AC power adapter
Charging cords
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Headset overview
Adjust
Controls
Try on the headset, and adjust it.
>
Play next song
+
Increase volume
–
Decrease volume
<
Play last song
Multi-function:
• On/off
• Answer call/end call
• Reject call
• Mute
• Voice dial/voice transfer
• Redial last number
• Play/pause
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Transmitter overview
Before first use, charge the headset and the
transmitter for approximately three hours.
A
D
Charge
Each component is fully charged when its red light
is off. The batteries hold a charge for 10 or 11 hours.
Recharge when the following occurs:
C
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B
A
Indicator light
B
Charging port
C
Multi-function key
D
3.5 mm plug to audio-out port (
•
•
)
: Every 20 seconds, the red light blinks
twice and three tones occur.
: The red light blinks.
WARNING: Do not remove built-in batteries.
Other types of batteries and power
accessories can damage the equipment and
cause injury.
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Charge
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To charge using a personal computer
To charge using an AC power outlet
If you use your listening system with a personal
computer, you can conveniently charge the components
using the computer. The computer must be connected
to AC power.
You can charge the components using an AC power
outlet in a wall.
Tip: You can conveniently keep the transmitter
plugged into AC power and charging at all times.
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Listening capabilities
Devices
Required ClearBlue components
You can listen to or converse on any of these devices
by pairing your ClearBlue headset with the device.
To determine whether a particular device is capable of
communicating with your ClearBlue headset, consult
the device user’s guide regarding the following
specifications.
The headset remains connected to a device within a
range of 33 feet.
Device to which you
are listening...
Required ClearBlue component(s)
... has a built-in Bluetooth
transmitter.
Te l e v i s i o n Portable
(TV)
media
player
(PMP)
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Personal M o b i l e
c o m p u t e r phone
(PC)
... does not have a builtin transmitter, but it has
a 3.5 mm audio-out
port.
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Pair
The first time that you use the ClearBlue headset with a
sound-emitting device, you must pair it with the device.
The headset recalls the last eight pairings, so the next
time that you use the headset with the device, the
headset and device typically connect without re-pairing.
If you pair the headset with more than eight devices,
the headset drops recall of the first-paired device
in the list. To reconnect the headset to the dropped
device, you must re-pair them, first.
To pair with a
,
or
You can pair the headset with a television, portable
media player or personal computer.
1. Consult the device user’s guide to determine
whether it has a built-in Bluetooth transmitter.
2. Turn off the device Bluetooth transmitter:
• If the device has a built-in transmitter, turn off the
Bluetooth function in the device (consult the device
user’s guide, if necessary).
• If the device does not have a built-in transmitter, use
the ClearBlue transmitter
. If the blue light
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shows on the
3. Hold the
, press
to turn it off.
within three feet of the device or
, and press and hold
for seven to nine
seconds, until the headset red and blue lights
blink alternately.
The headset is in pairing mode, which lasts for
about two minutes.
4. Within two minutes, pair with the transmitter:
• If the device has a built-in transmitter, turn on the
Bluetooth function, and then follow prompts to
put it in pairing mode with the ClearTV headset
(consult the device user’s guide, if necessary).
When the
red light stops blinking and the
blue light blinks twice every four seconds, the
headset is paired with the device.
• If you are using the ClearBlue transmitter
:
a. Press and hold
on the
until its red
and blue lights blink alternately.
b. Wait for the
red light to stop blinking and
for the blue light to blink every four seconds.
The headset is paired with the transmitter.
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Pair
c. Plug in the
to an audio-out port
( ) on the sound-emitting device.
Troubleshooting: If pairing is unsuccessful, the headset
goes into standby mode after two minutes, and the
transmitter goes into standby mode after one minute.
• If the headset is paired and actively connected to
another device, turn off Bluetooth in that device,
and then try again to pair with the desired device.
Check the device user’s guide for these topics:
• The ClearBlue headset can pair only with devices
that have the Bluetooth pairing password set to 0000.
• Some devices require additional steps for
Bluetooth pairing.
To pair with a
You can pair the ClearBlue headset with a mobile
phone that has a built-in Bluetooth HFP or A2DP
profile.
If necessary, consult the mobile phone user’s guide
for more specific instructions regarding the phone’s
Bluetooth menus.
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1. Hold the
within three feet of the mobile phone.
2. On the
, press and hold
for seven to nine
seconds, until the red and blue lights blink
alternately.
The headset is in pairing mode, which lasts for
about two minutes.
3. Within two minutes, on the mobile phone:
a. Open the Bluetooth menu.
b. Turn on Bluetooth.
c. Initiate adding a new device.
d. Select ClearTV in the device list.
e. If prompted for a PIN number, enter 0000, and
then follow the prompts.
When the red light stops blinking and the blue
light blinks twice every four seconds, the headset is paired with the device.
Troubleshooting: If pairing is unsuccessful after two
minutes, the headset goes into standby mode.
•
•
If
is on nearby, or if another device is connected to the headset nearby, turn off
or
the other device during mobile phone pairing.
Turn off and on the headset, and then try again.
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Connect
Typically, it is necessary to pair the headset and a
device only once. After pairing, you simply connect the
headset and the device.
Connecting to two devices at once
The headphones can be simultaneously connected to
these two devices:
• TV, portable media player or computer
• Mobile phone
This enables you to listen to sound on one device and
place or accept calls on the phone, as desired.
If you plan to connect to two devices, begin by turning
off Bluetooth in the phone, connect to the TV, portable
media player or computer, and then turn on phone
Bluetooth and connect to the phone.
To connect the headset to a device
Follow these steps in the order described.
1. If the device Bluetooth transmitter is off, turn on
Bluetooth:
• If the device has a built-in Bluetooth transmitter, turn
on the Bluetooth function in the device, and put
it in communication with the ClearTV headset
(consult the device user’s guide, if necessary).
• If the device does not include built-in
Bluetooth, press
to turn on
, and
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then plug in
( ) on the device.
2. Establish
to the audio-out port
communication with the device:
• If the
is off, press and hold
for three to
five seconds until the blue light is on.
• If the
is in standby mode, briefly press >.
The headset is connected to the device.
Tip: If you primarily use the headset with one device,
keep the device Bluetooth function turned on. When
you turn on the headset, it automatically connects to
the last device with which it communicated.
Troubleshooting:
•
If you turn on the headset or transmitter and it
doesn’t connect to a device within five minutes,
the headset or transmitter turns off.
•
If the headset has dropped recall of the device,
you must pair the headset to the device before
you can connect to the device. See page 16.
•
If the headset connected to the wrong device, turn
off Bluetooth in that device, and then try again.
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Listen
Converse
When volume reaches the minimum or maximum
value, a brief tone occurs.
•
Increase volume: Press +.
•
Decrease volume: Press –.
•
Pause or resume sound: Briefly press
•
•
.
Replay the previous song: Briefly press <.
Play the next song: Briefly press >.
Mobile phones support some or all of the following
features. Please consult your mobile phone user’s
guide, as necessary.
If you are using a multi-functional phone (smartphone),
and you are listening to audio, when you use these
headset controls, you switch to conversation.
To converse
•
Answer an incoming call: Briefly press
•
Reject an incoming call: Press and hold
you hear a short beep.
> until
•
Transfer a call: Press and hold > until you hear
a short beep.
•
Voice dial: Press and hold
short beep.
•
Redial the last-dialed number: Briefly press
•
Mute or unmute the microphone during a
conversation: Briefly press
•
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.
End a call: Briefly press
>
until you hear a
twice.
twice.
.
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Turn off a component
To turn off the
•
Press and hold
for three to five seconds, until
the red light flashes on.
Indicators
Headset
Indication
Status
Red steady
Charging
To turn off the
Red blinks twice and 3 tones,
every 20 seconds
Low battery
•
Red and blue blinking
Pairing
Blue blink every 2 seconds
Standby: not connected
Blue blinks twice every
4 seconds
Connected to one device
Blue blinks 3 times every
2 seconds
Connected to two devices
Blue gradually on and off
Conversation
Two tones every 3 seconds
Conversation & muted
microphone
Press and hold
for three to five seconds, until
the red light flashes on.
Restore defaults
Take these steps to delete pairing information.
1. Turn off the headset.
2. Simultaneously press and hold the
and +
keys for eight seconds, until two tones occur and
the red light appears.
3. Charge the headset.
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Indicators
Troubleshooting
These are general troubleshooting questions. To
troubleshoot specific circumstances related to pairing
and connection, please refer to those sections.
Transmitter
Indication
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Status
Red blink twice every 30 s
Low battery
Red and blue blinking
Pairing
Blue blink every 2 s
Standby: not connected
Blue blink every 4 s
Connected to a device
Circumstance
Response
The ClearBlue
headset
or
transmitter will
not turn on.
Charge the component.
The headset red
light is dim during
charging.
• Ensure a tight connection
between the headset and
charging cord.
• If the battery was unused
for a prolonged period, its
power can be low. The light
will brighten after 30 minutes
of charging.
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Troubleshooting
Circumstance
No sound or
muffled sound
is heard through
the headset.
Response
Ensure these headset conditions:
• The blue light blinks (it is on).
• It is within 33 feet of the
device.
• It is connected to one or
two devices (the blue light
blinks 2 or 3 times every 2-4
seconds).
• The volume is high enough (a
brief tone occurs at maximum
and minimum values)
Ensure these device conditions:
• The device is turned on and
emitting sound.
• If you are listening to a
device that is connected to
the ClearBlue transmitter, the
transmitter is fully plugged in
to the device.
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Pause/resume
and play next/
previous
song
keys do not work.
Specifications
The device with which the
headset is connected does not
support these functions.
Specification
Bluetooth version
2.1 + EDR
Bluetooth profiles
• Headset (HSP)
• HandsFree (HFP)
• A d v a n c e d A u d i o
Distribution (A2DP)
• Audio/Video Remote Control
(AVRCP)
Note: If the headset is
connecting to a device
that supports multiple
profiles, it connects to
the A2DP profile first.
Effective range
33 feet
Charging time
Approximately 3 hours
Working time after full
charge
• Sound: Up to 10 hours
• Conversation: Up to 11 hours
Standby time after full
charge
Up to 250 hours
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Specifications
Specification
Specification
5 V DC
Charging time
Approximately 3 hours
Approximately 10 hours
Input
5 V/130 μA DC
Dimensions
6.4 in x 6 in x 1.3 in
Weight
Approximately 3.6 oz
Working time after full
charge
PIN pairing with
transmitter
0000
Dimensions
1.8 in x 1.3 in x .31 in
Weight
.49 oz
PIN pairing with receiver
0000, 1234, 1111, 8888
Specification
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Input
Bluetooth version
2.1
Bluetooth profile
Advanced
Audio
Distribution (A2DP)
Frequency range
2.4 G Hz to 2.4835 G Hz
Effective range
33 feet
US Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) compliance
Complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to these conditions:
• The device may not cause harmful interference.
•
The device must accept any interference
received, including interference that can cause
undesired operation.
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