Matrix AF62 Specifications

Matrix AF62 Specifications
MATRIX
model: AF62
part of the
series
MATRIX
Thank you for your purchase of the
MEElectronics Air-Fi Matrix AF62
Stereo Bluetooth Wireless Headphones
with Microphone
Package Contents
Bluetooth and NFC Information
Warning
FCC Warning
Safety and Care
Product Overview
Charging
Turning On and Off
Pairing with Bluetooth Devices
iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
Android Phones and Tablets
Windows 7 Computers and Laptops
Other Phones, Tablets, and Devices
Pairing with Bluetooth Devices with NFC
Connecting to Paired Devices
Multipoint Functionality
Controlling Volume
Controlling Phone Calls
Controlling Media Playback
Using as a Wired Headphone
Change Languages
Reset Factory Defaults
Status, Button Functions, Light Patterns,
and Sounds
Specifications
Troubleshooting
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Note: An online version of this manual is available on meelec.com
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Bluetooth and NFC Information
Bluetooth is a short-distance
two-way wireless communication technology
capable of transmitting data, commands, and audio
between devices. The Matrix can connect with many
devices such as mobile phones, tablets, PDAs, computers,
media players, and more through a process called pairing.
Before you can use your Matrix with your device they will need to
be paired.
The Matrix is equipped with NFC (Near Field Communication)
which can pair the Matrix to a NFC enabled device by placing the
two within close proximity.
Turn down the volume prior to using the headphones; adjust the
volume to the desired level once they are connected. Do not use
headphones at high volumes for extended periods of time as doing so
will result in permanent hearing damage. It is advised you keep
volume levels moderate to low at all times for your safety, even when
loud background noise is present.
Please visit www.osha.gov for more info.
Do not use while driving a car, cycling, operating machinery, or
performing other activities that require hearing surrounding sounds or
are against local laws.
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FCC Warning
Changes or modifications to this unit 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 radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. 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 measures:
• 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.
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.
Safety and Care
a) When not in use, power the device off and store it in the
included protective case.
b) Clean with a soft, debris-free cloth. If necessary dampen the
cloth with a diluted soap water solution. Never use chemical
cleaners on the headphone. Leather conditioner and cleaner
can be used on the ear pads.
c) This headphone was not designed for use while driving.
d) Do not use your wireless headset around flammable gases
as fire or explosion may occur.
e) Keep the device and packaging out of the reach of children.
f) There are no user replaceable/reparable parts in the
headset. Disassembling it will void your warranty.
g) If the device comes in contact with liquids, quickly wipe away.
If submersed in water, do not turn the device on until
completely dried.
Note: liquid submersion voids the warranty.
h) Avoid storage in extreme temperatures (45°C/113°F and
above, including direct sunlight or -10°C/14°F below) as the
service life of the battery will be decreased.
Product Overview
AF62 Stereo Bluetooth
Wireless Headphones
A B
C D E
Left Ear Cup
A
B
C
D
E
F
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microphone
LED indicator
power/call button
volume down
volume up
3.5mm audio jack
F
G
H
I
J
Right Ear Cup
G mini-USB port for
charging
H next track
I play/pause button
J previous track
Charging
*** You must completely charge the headset before the first use ***
a) Connect a mini USB charging cable to a powered USB
source such as a wall charger, powered on computer, USB
hub connected to a powered on computer, or car USB port.
b) While not required, it is recommended to turn the Matrix off
before charging. See note below.
c) Connect the charging cable to the mini USB jack on the right
ear cup.
d) The bright red LED indicator should light solid and stay on
while charging. Charge time is typically between 3-6 hours
for the first charge and 2-3 hours for subsequent charges
depending on the charging power.
e) When the battery is fully charged the bright red LED indicator
will turn off.
Note: Bluetooth can be active when the unit is charging; however,
depending on the power output of the charger, charging may be
very slow. The Matrix will work in wired mode via the audio jack
while charging.
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Matrix battery indicator
iDevices such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch will
display a battery indicator when the Matrix is connected.
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Turning On and Off
a) To turn on, press and hold the Power/Call
button for
approximately 3 seconds. The Matrix will say “power on” and
the blue indicator light will flash once every second to show
the power is on.
b) To turn off, press and hold the Power/Call
button for
approximately 2 seconds when not connected and 5 seconds
when connected.
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Pairing with Bluetooth Devices
*** It is only necessary to pair your Matrix once with each device ***
iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
a) On your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, go to Settings
b) Select Bluetooth (on devices with iOS 5.1.1 or older,
Bluetooth is under the General menu)
c) Make sure the Matrix is off and within 1 meter of your device
d) On your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch make sure Bluetooth
is turned on
e) Initiate pairing mode by pressing the Power/Call button for 6
seconds, until you hear “ready to pair.”
(Note: the first time you use your Matrix it will automatically
enter pairing mode when powered on.)
The Matrix will offer voice prompts to assist in pairing in a
repeating cycle until it is either connected or powered off.
(Note: Pairing mode will be active for 5 minutes.
If no devices are paired within that time, the Matrix will
return to standby mode.)
f) Wait until you see “AF62” in the Devices section of the screen; it
should show “Not Paired” as the status
g) Select on “AF62” to pair and connect your
iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch to the Matrix
h) The Matrix will say “pairing completed” once pairing is complete.
“AF62” should show “connected” on your device; the blue LED
will be on continuously when connected
If pairing fails, please repeat steps c) through h) above
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Pairing (Continued)
Android Phones and Tablets
a) On your Android phone or tablet, navigate to the Settings menu
b) Select Wireless & Networks
c) Make sure the Matrix is off and within 1 meter of your device
d) Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your device
e) Initiate pairing mode by pressing the Power/Call button for 6
seconds, until you hear “ready to pair.”
(Note: The first time you use your Matrix it will automatically
enter pairing mode when powered on.)
The Matrix will offer voice prompts to assist in pairing in a
repeating cycle until it is either connected or powered off.
(Note: Pairing mode will be active for 5 minutes. If no devices are
paired within that time, the Matrix will return to standby mode.)
f) Select Bluetooth Settings
g) “AF62” should appear under devices; If it is not automatically
found, select Scan for devices. Once it has been found, select
“AF62” in the list of Bluetooth devices to pair and connect
h) The Matrix will say “pairing completed” once pairing is complete.
“AF62” should show “connected” on your device; the blue LED
will be on continuously when connected
If pairing fails, please repeat steps c) through h) above
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Pairing (Continued)
Windows 7 Computers and Laptops
Note: The Windows 7 operating system does not have built-in Bluetooth drivers;
drivers are provided by the Bluetooth transmitter manufacturer. Actual pairing
and connecting process can vary depending on the Bluetooth device drivers and
computer configuration.
a) Press on the Bluetooth icon in the notification area of your
taskbar and select Add a Device
b) The Add a device popup window will appear with
“Select a device to add to this computer”
c) Make sure the Matrix is off and within 1 meter of your device
d) Initiate pairing mode by pressing the Power/Call button for 6
seconds, until you hear “ready to pair.”
(Note: the first time you use your Matrix it will automatically enter
pairing mode when powered on.)
The Matrix will offer voice prompts to assist in pairing in a
repeating cycle until it is either connected or powered off.
(Note: Pairing mode will be active for 5 minutes. If no devices are
paired within that time, the Matrix will return to standby mode.)
e) Wait until you see either “AF62” or “Bluetooth headset” in the
Searching for devices area
f) Select “AF62” or “Bluetooth headset” and press the Next button;
the Add a device popup will display “Connecting with this device”
g) When the computer is finished pairing with the Matrix headset,
the Add a device popup will display “This device has been
successfully added to your computer”
h) On some computers, it can take a few minutes for the device
driver software to install completely, and a “Your device is ready
to use” notification will appear in the notification area; other
computers will not show this notification
If pairing is successful, continue to the next page.
If pairing fails, please repeat steps a) through h) above.
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Pairing (Continued)
Windows 7 Computers and Laptops (Continued)
Now the Matrix must be configured for audio and microphone use
(enable Bluetooth audio).
Note: Audio device names can vary depending on the Bluetooth device
drivers and computer configuration.
i)
Right click on the speaker in your notification area, or go to
Start Control Panel Hardware and Sound Manage Audio
Devices
j)
A popup window with “Sound” at the top should appear with
Playback tab selected; “Bluetooth Hands-free Audio” and
“Bluetooth Audio Render” should both appear in the list of audio
devices
k) Select “Bluetooth Hands-free Audio” for headset use and
“Bluetooth Audio Render” for stereo audio streaming
l)
Press the Set Default button
m) Press the Apply button
n) Select the Recording tab
o) Select “Bluetooth Audio Input Device” from the list of recording
devices
p) Press the Set Default button
q) Press the OK button
Note: It may be necessary to repeat the above steps every time the
Matrix is connected.
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Pairing (Continued)
Other Phones, Tablets, and Devices
a) Please refer to your device manual for instructions on how to
pair Bluetooth devices
b) On your device, turn Bluetooth on and go to the appropriate
pairing window
c) Make sure the Matrix is off and within 1 meter of your device
d) Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your device and you are in
the Bluetooth screen
e) Initiate pairing mode by pressing the Power/Call button
for 6 seconds, until you hear “ready to pair.”
(Note: the first time you use your Matrix it will automatically
enter pairing mode when powered on.)
The Matrix will offer voice prompts to assist in pairing in a
repeating cycle until it is either connected or powered off.
(Note: Pairing mode will be active for 5 minutes. If no devices are
paired within that time, the Matrix will return to standby mode.)
f) Wait until you see “AF62” in the list of Bluetooth devices
g) Select “AF62” to pair and connect your device to the Matrix; if your
device asks for a pin, enter “0000”
h) The Matrix will say “pairing completed” once pairing is complete.
“AF62” may show “connected” on your device;
the blue LED will be on continuously when connected
If pairing fails after several tries, please refer to the Bluetooth
device’s user manual for further information.
For additional information on Bluetooth and pairing videos,
please visit meelec.com/bluetooth.
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Pairing with Bluetooth
Devices with NFC
a) Make sure your device has both Bluetooth and NFC turned on
b) Place the Matrix next to the NFC device to connect
c) Some devices display a message for permission to pair
and connect. Allow the devices to pair and connect.
d) Matrix will automatically pair and connect
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Connecting to Paired Devices
*** The Matrix must have been paired with your device before it will
connect. Pairing only needs to be done before the first use. ***
When the Matrix is turned on and not in pairing mode, it should
connect to last connected device automatically. If the last connected
device is not within range or does not have Bluetooth on, the Matrix
will connect to other paired devices in the order of last connection.
If the Matrix does not connect and remains in standby mode, a
short press of the Play/Pause
button will connect to the last
connected device with Bluetooth on and within range.
If two or more devices have been paired, have Bluetooth on, and
are within range, the Matrix will connect with the last two devices
previously connected.
If it does not connect automatically, open the Bluetooth menu of
your device and select “AF62” to pair with it.
Notes
• On some Bluetooth devices, such as some Nokia and
Blackberry cell phones, the settings must allow for automatic
connection. Please refer to your devices manual for further
information.
• On some PC and Mac computers you will need to manually
enable Bluetooth audio every time you connect.
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Multipoint Functionality
The Matrix has Multipoint functionality, which allows two Bluetooth
devices to simultaneously connect. Devices are identified by the
Matrix as “phone 1” and “phone 2”. Multipoint use will be possible
after at least two devices have been paired with the Matrix.
The device that is connected first will be able to stream stereo audio
(A2DP) and utilize headset functionality (HSP) while the device that
is connected second will utilize headset functionality (HSP) only.
Once a device is connected, the functionality will not change. To
change functionality, disconnect and reconnect your devices in the
desired order.
See the Controlling Phone Calls section for functionality and
controls.
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Controlling Volume
In Playback or Standby Mode:
A single press of the Volume up
or Volume down
button
will increase or decrease the volume on the Matrix by one step.
Pressing and holding the Volume up
or Volume down
button will continue to adjust the volume until maximum or minimum
volume is reached. There are 16 volume steps. When the volume
reaches the maximum or minimum levels, the Matrix will say
“volume highest” or “volume lowest”, respectively.
Overall volume is dependent on both the Matrix volume and the
volume on your device. If the volume is not loud enough, try to
increase the volume on your device. Adjusting volume on both the
Matrix and your device, you will be able to achieve a more precise
volume level.
Adjusting the Matrix volume will change the volume level of voice
commands and tones.
During a Call:
The Volume up
and Volume down
volume on your phone.
buttons will control the
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Controlling Phone Calls
Status
Incoming call
Standbye mode
(phone
connected)
Call in progress
Function
Single press the Power/Call
button
Redial the
last number
Press and hold the Power/Call
for 2 seconds
button
Reject a call
2
Increase volume1
Decrease volume1
End a call
Press and hold the Power/Call
for 2 seconds
button
Single press or press and hold the
Volume Up
button
Single press or press and hold the
Volume Down
button
Single press the Power/Call
button
Call in progress, Answer new call
second incoming and end current call
call
Answer new call and
place the current call
on hold
Single press the Power/Call
button
End current call and
switch to call on hold
Single press the Power/Call
Call in progress, Switch from phone
handset to Matrix
phone handset
active
One call active,
one on hold
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Operation
Answer a call
2
Switch to call
on hold
Single press the Power/Call
button
Press and hold the Power/Call
button
for 2 seconds. There will be a single tone
to indicate the call has been answered.
Press and hold the Power/Call
button
for 2 seconds. There will be a single tone
to indicate the calls have been switched.
Volume will be adjusted on the phone, not the Matrix.
Not all devices support this functionality.
For more information, refer to the user manual for your device.
button
Notes:
If you answer a call from your phone instead of the headset, most
phones will activate the phone handset, not the Matrix. Single press the
Power/call button to switch the phone audio to the Matrix.
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Controlling Phone Calls (Cont.)
Additional Functionality: Multipoint - Two Phones Connected
Note: The Matrix supports a maximum of 2 simultaneous phone calls.
Answering an additional call will hang up the active call.
Status
One call
active,
incoming
call from
another
phone
Function
Answer new call
and end current call
Answer new call and place
the current call on hold
Reject incoming call
Switch to call on hold
End current call and
switch to call on hold
Operation
Single press the Power/call
button
Press and hold the Power/call button
for 2 seconds. There will be a single tone
to indicate the call has been answered.
Press and hold the Power/call button for
3 seconds (1 second after the single tone).
Press and hold the Power/call
button
for 2 seconds. There will be a single tone to
indicate the calls have been switched.
Single press the Power/call
button
Controlling Media Playback
Go to the music player on the connected device.
Status
Operation
Play media
Press the Play/Pause
Either media
playing
or stopped
Skip to next track
Press the Next
Media playing
1
Function
No media playing1
Pause media playback
Restart the track/
previous track
Press the Play/Pause
Press the Previous
button
button
button
button
You may need to focus on the media player application for initial playback to start
Notes:
• If you answer or make a call while listening to media, the music will
pause until you end the call
• Volume is controlled both on the Matrix and the attached device
• When two devices are connected, media playback is supported for
the device that was connected first
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Using as a Wired Headphone
The Matrix comes with a 3.5mm audio jack on the back of the left
ear cup and an audio cable for wired use. This is convenient for
use where Bluetooth isn’t allowed, such as on an airplane, when
the battery is depleted, or just to save battery power. It is also
useful if you want to listen to media from a different device that
doesn’t have Bluetooth or isn’t paired.
Connect one side of the audio cable to the Matrix and the other
side to a 3.5mm headphone jack on the device.
Using wired audio and Bluetooth simultaneously:
The Matrix can be used to listen to wired audio while retaining a
wireless connection with another device such as a phone.
When listening to wired audio and there is an incoming Bluetooth
audio transmissions, such as an incoming phone call or media
playback, the wired audio will partially mute in the left channel
and completely mute in the right channel to allow for Bluetooth
priority. Approximately 15 seconds after the last Bluetooth
transmission has ended, the wired audio will resume.
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Change Languages
The Matrix comes with 5 languages for voice prompts including
English, which is the default, Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish,
French, and German.
Follow the instructions below to enter the language selection menu.
a) Press and hold the Volume Up
and Volume Down
buttons simultaneously for 1-2 seconds while powering on the
Matrix to enter the language menu.
b) The Matrix will say “Power on. Ready to pair. This device
supports multiple languages. Press Power/Call
confirm English.”
button to
There will be prompts for additional languages as follows:
English, Chinese, Spanish, French, German.
c) To select a language, single press the Power/Call
button
when the Matrix is speaking that language. The Matrix will
cycle through the languages continuously until one is
selected.
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Reset Factory Defaults
Resetting the Matrix to factory defaults will erase all pairing
information and set the language back to the default setting of
English.
Follow the instructions below:
a) Press and hold the Volume up
and Volume down
buttons simultaneously for 4 seconds while the Matrix is
turned on until the Matrix says “power on. Ready to pair.
Please connect with phone or computer.”
b) The Matrix will continue to offer voice instructions until a
device is paired.
For additional pairing instructions please see the paring
section of this manual.
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Status, Button Functions,
Light Patterns, and Sounds
Charging
Status
Charging
Charging complete
Red LED on
LED Indicator
Red LED off
Status Indicators and Button Functions
Status
Button Functions
LED Indicator
Turn on
Press and hold the
Power/Call
button for 3 seconds
Blue LED will
flash for 2
seconds
Turn off
Press and hold the
Power/Call
button for 4 seconds
Red LED flash
four times
N/A
Blue LED will
blink once per
second
Turning on
pairing mode
In pairing
mode
Paired with
device
Sounds
Matrix will say “power on”
(the first time you turn
the Matrix on it will say
“power on, thank you for
buying this headset”)
Matrix will say
“power off”
When off, press and
hold Power/Call
button for 5 seconds
Blue LED will
blink once per
second
Matrix will say
“ready to pair”
N/A
N/A
Matrix will say “pairing
complete” and will
immediately connect
Turned on
N/A
but not
connected to
any device
Blue LED will
blink once per
second
Matrix will repeat the
following pairing
instructions until paired or
until pairing mode is timed
out in 5 minutes. “please
connect with phone or
computer,” “go to phone or
computer Bluetooth menu,”
“turn on Bluetooth; pin code
is 0000.”
Two quick tones one
second after “power on”
message
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Status, Button Functions,
Light Patterns, and Sounds (Cont.)
Status Indicators and Button Functions
Status
Connected
with a device
Button Functions
LED Indicator
Sounds
Matrix should
automatically connect;
if not single press the
Power/Call button
Blue LED will flash
twice every 5
seconds
Matrix will say
“phone 1 connecteda ”
N/A
Blue LED lit solid
N/A
Disconnected
from a device
N/A
Matrix will say
“phone 1 disconnecteda ”
Increase
Volume
Single press or press
and hold the
Volume up
button
The blue LED will
change from solid
to flashing every
second if no
devices are
connected
Decrease
Volume
Single press or press
and hold the Volume
down
button
N/A
Play or pause
media
Single press the
Play/Pause button
N/A
The Matrix will beep with
each volume level
adjustment and say “volume
lowest” when minimum
volume has been reached
Press Next button
N/A
N/A
Restart track
or skip to
previous track
Press
Previous button
N/A
N/A
While
connected
with a device
Skip to next
track
a
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N/A
The Matrix will beep with
each volume level
adjustment and say “volume
highest” when maximum
volume has been reached
N/A
Matrix will say either “phone 1” or “phone 2” depending on which device the
operation is taking place on
Status, Button Functions,
Light Patterns, and Sounds (Cont.)
Status Indicators and Button Functions (Cont.)
Status
Button Functions
Incoming call
N/A
Answer
incoming call
Single press the
Power/Call
button
Reject
incoming call
Call in
progress,
answer
incoming call
and hang up
current call
End call
Redial last
phone number
Low battery
a
LED Indicator
Sounds
Red LED will
flash every
second; blue LED
will remain solid
Matrix will say
“incoming
call phone 1a ”
N/A
Matrix will say “call
active phone 1a ”
Press and hold
the Power/Call
button for 2
seconds
N/A
Matrix will say “call
terminated phone 1a ”
Single press the
Power/Call
button
N/A
Matrix will say “call
terminated phone 1a ”
and then “call active
phone 1a ”
Single press the
Power/Call
button
N/A
Matrix will say “call
terminated phone 1a ”
N/A
Red and blue
LEDs flash
every second
Red LED flashes
for 15 seconds
Matrix will say “call
active phone 1a ”
when call is onnected
Single press the
Power/Call
button for 2 seconds
Short beep every 25
seconds
Matrix will say either “phone 1” or “phone 2” depending on which device
the operation is taking place on
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Specifications
Microphone Specifications
6.5mm
Microphone Unit
omnidirectional
Directivity
-58±2dB
S.P.L
≤2.2KΩ
Impedance
Frequency Response 10Hz-20,000Hz
4.5V
Operating Voltage
Speaker Specifications
40mm
Speaker diameter
64Ω
Impedance
103±3dB at 1KHZ
Sensitivity
20mW
Rated power
50mW
Maximum power
Frequency response 15Hz-20,000Hz
Power Specifications
Battery type
Built-in 400mAh Lithium-polymer
rechargeable battery
Charging connector type Mini-USB
Run time
Up to 18 hours of talk or music
playback time
Standby time
Up to 250 hours
Charging time
2 – 3 hours
Operating Conditions
Operating temperature -10 oC to 45 oC
Storage temperature -25 oC to 60 oC
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Troubleshooting
Issue
Resolution
No sound
or low volume
Adjust the volume on your headset and device as both control the
sound
Not charging
If using a wall charger, make sure it is plugged in to a powered outlet.
If using a computer, make sure the computer is on and the USB port
has power. If you are using a car USB port, make sure the car is on.
Crackling noise,
static, interference
Won’t pair
Won’t connect
Won’t control
calls/media
players
The tones and voice
prompts are too quiet
The tones and voice
prompts are too loud
Won’t turn on or
turns on and then off
The light is blinking
red and there is a
tone every 25
seconds
Make sure you are within range of your Bluetooth-enabled device
Make sure the Matrix is in pairing mode as indicated by red and blue
LEDs flashing in an alternating manner
Make sure your Matrix is powered on, Bluetooth is enabled on your
device, and it is within range. Make sure your device is not connected
to any other Bluetooth headset. Make sure the Matrix is not connected
to another device (two devices with Multipoint enabled). If connecting
still fails, power off your Matrix and turn it back on. If problems persist,
delete the device “AF62” and pair the Matrix again.
The Matrix headset is compatible with many Bluetooth versions,
however not all versions of Bluetooth support these functions, and
functionality is dependent upon the operating system of the device.
Some functions, such as “Rejecting a call”,“Redialing” or “Voice
dialing” are only available if supported by your mobile phone. Please
check the device manual for further information.
Increase the volume on the Matrix and adjust the volume on your
device to achieve the desired volume level. The tone and voice
prompt volume levels will not change when adjusting the volume when
a call is in progress.
Decrease the volume on the Matrix and adjust the volume on your
device to achieve the desired volume level. The tone and voice
prompt volume levels will not change when adjusting the volume when
a call is in progress.
Charge your Matrix
Charge your Matrix
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Android™ is a trademark of Google Inc.
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