Wi-Gear iMuffs MB200 User guide

Wi-Gear iMuffs MB200 User guide
MB200
/
MB210
USER GUIDE
1313
© 2005-2006 Wi-Gear, Inc. All rights reserved. iMuffs, Wi-Gear, and the Wi-Gear logo are trademarks of
Wi-Gear Inc. The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by Wi-Gear Inc. is under license. iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries. All other products and services may be marks of their respective owners. Printed in
China.
www.wi-gear.com
Contents
Regulatory Information
Introduction
1
What's included in this package?
2
Product Features
3
Getting Started
5
Playing Music
6
Bluetooth phone operation
8
Troubleshooting
10
Specifications
11
Regulatory Information
13
FCC Compliance Statement
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.
Radio and Television Interference
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.
IMPORTANT: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Wi-Gear Inc. could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
IC Compliance Statement
The term "IC": before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry
Canada technical specifications were met.
13
Introduction
Battery
Battery Type: Lithium-Polymer 500mAh
(built-in, not user-serviceable)
Charge Time: Quick charge, 80% in 2 hours /
g
g
g
Full charge in 5 hours 1
Up to 16 hours of continuous operation of the
headphones depending on usage pattern, distance
from adaptor, and battery age. iMuffs Adapter is
dependent on iPod's actual battery capacity.
Cut the cord today!
Congratulations on purchasing iMuffs™ wireless
headphones for your iPod™ AND Bluetooth® phone!
Soon you'll be enjoying these benefits:
Wireless Freedom - Throw your iPod in your backpack
and listen to your music wirelessly! No more cords to
untangle or snag. Enjoy near-CD quality sound up to
30' (10m) away thanks to the Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Bluetooth 2.0.
Power Input
Standard USB voltage input (mini-USB, 5-pin) or
Provided AC-DC
USB Power Adapter (110-240V)
g
Never Miss a Call - When your Bluetooth phone rings,
g
the iMuffs automatically pause your iPod and ring in the
headphones, and let you talk through the integrated
microphone.
Temperature
Operating: 0°-35° C (32°-95° F)
Storage: -20-50° C (-68°- 122° F)
g
Versatile - Listen to music from your laptop or
2
desktop1, iPaq, or MP3 smartphone. Talk on the phone
or over iChat or Skype. Even chat while playing video
g
Weight
2.2 oz (headphones)
0.4 oz (adapter) 2
games.
g
g
Ergonomic Controls - Intuitive controls let you pause,
change volume, and skip tracks right from the
headphones.
1
2
New headphones may have a slightly greater charge time of more than
5 hours for the first few charge cycles.
iMuffs MB210 only. For iMuffs MB200 the actual weight of adapter is 0.3 oz.
12
1
2
Currently, Windows XP only and requires a Bluetooth adaptor with A2DP
support (Bluetooth Stereo).
Must support Bluetooth Stereo using A2DP.
1
What's Included in this Package?
g
iMuffs Wireless Headphones
*
g
iMuffs Dock Adapter for iPod (see below)
g
Travel charger / adaptor
g
USB cable
g
User Guide
Specifications
Wireless Range
3-10 meters (9-30 feet)
Actual range depends on environmental factors:
g
g
orientation of devices relative to each other,
obstructions and enclosures, radio frequency noise,
and interference.
Bluetooth
Compatible with these models:
g
g
g
g
g
iPod nano
*
iPod with video
(5G) *
Bluetooth 2.0
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
Headphones Profile (HSP)
Handsfree Profile (HFP)
Audio Code
g
g
Codec Encoder/Decoder Type: Sub-band Codec (SBC)
Bit Rate: 328 kb/s (High Quality)
Audio Output for Headphones
Near CD-quality (44.1 KHz, 16-bit)
Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
g
iPod mini
iPod (3G)
iPod (4G, photo)
g
Audio Input for Adapter
Apple iPod Dock Connector Line Out *
g
g
* iMuffs MB210 only. The iMuffs MB200 includes an iMuffs Adapter for
iPod which plugs into the top of the iPod and is not compatible with the
iPod nano or iPod with video.
2
Built-in unidirectional microphone
* iMuffs MB210 only. The iMuffs MB200 requires an audio output from the Apple
iPod Remote/Headphone Jack.
11
Troubleshooting
Product Features
If you have problems using the iMuffs Stereo Bluetooth
Familiarize yourself with all of the controls located on the
right side of your iMuffs headphones. Please note that
the two LEDs are visible only when lit.
Headphones, this section may help. For further assitance,
please visit www.wi-gear.com.
Most problems can be resolved with a simple reset.
Switch the headphones off, and then on. Unplug the
adapter from the iPod, plug it back in.
Power
switch
You hear no sound.
Ensure the headphones are switched on and the adapter
for iPod is plugged into a compatible iPod. If the iPod
screen is blank, the iPod may have gone to sleep mode.
Press Menu on the iPod to turn it on.
Blue LED
Orange LED
Next/FF
button
Verify that the devices are within the recommended
range of approximately 30 feet (10 meters).
For MB200 users, check that the volume on the iPod is
not all the way turned down.
The headphone does not power on.
The battery charge may be too lo w. In this case, the
orange LED may flash and be accompanied by alert
beeps.
The music or connection is not reliable
For optimal reception place your iPod with the connected
adapter on the right side of the headphones as this
where the receiving antenna is located in the headphones.
Overall relibility may be effected if used near microwave
Play/Pause/
Phone button
Previous/Rewind
button
Volume control/
button
Microphone
USB charging
port
View of controls (right side)
applicances and/or certain radio emitting devices.
10
3
The iMuffs Adapter is powered directly by the iPod. Plug
the adapter into the appropriate port of your compatible
iPod. See page 2 regarding iMuffs Adpater compatibility
to your iPod.
For MB210 Users:
Plug the “iMuffs Dock Adapter for iPod” into the dock
connector port located below the iPod.
iPod
Dock Connector
Using with a paired Bluetooth phone
When the phone rings (you will hear an audio tone in the
speakers), answer the call by pressing the
Play/Pause/Phone button.
When the phone rings, reject the call by pressing and
holding the Play/Pause/Phone button for 2 seconds.
To end a call, press and hold the Play/Pause/Phone
button for 2 seconds.
To activate voice dialing (if supported by your phone),
press and hold the volume button in for 2 seconds.
Blue
LED
iMuff Dock Adapter for iPod - Dock Connector Type
To activate redial (if supported by your phone), press
and hold both the Rewind and FF buttons together for 2
seconds.
For MB200 Users:
Plug the “iMuffs Adapter for iPod” into the headphone /
top connector port located above the iPod.
Blue
LED
Headphone
jack
iMuffs Adaptor for iPod - Top Connector Type
4
9
Bluetooth Phone Operation
Getting Started
Your iMuffs headphones work with Bluetooth-enabled
phones. However, you will first need to pair the
headphones with your Bluetooth phone before they work.
Your iMuffs headphones are powered by a built-in
rechargeable battery. Before using your iMuffs for the first
time, you should fully charge the battery.
Pairing with a Bluetooth phone
Charging
1. Unplug the adaptor from your iPod, and make sure
your iMuffs headphones are powered off. Make sure
that the Bluetooth phone is nearby.
1. Plug the smaller end of the USB cable into the USB
charging port located at the bottom of the right ear cup
of the headphones.
2. Initiate "Discover" mode in your Bluetooth phone,
according to your phone's user manual.
2. Plug the other end of the USB cable into an open USB
port on your computer or into the travel charger and
then plug the travel charger into an outlet.
3. On the headphones, press and hold the volume button
in while switching the power on. This will initiate the
"Discoverable" mode in the headphones. The blue
LED will begin double-flashing.
4. If asked for a PIN, enter "0000" (four zeros).
5. If the pairing process is successful, the blue LED on
the headphones will stop flashing and stay on for 3
seconds.
8
3. The orange LED indicator lights up while the
headphones are charging.
4. The orange LED indicator will turn off when the battery
is fully charged.
5. Unplug the USB cable from the headphones.
When the battery is low, the orange LED will flash, and
an alert will sound in the speakers indicating that you
need to recharge the headphones.
5
Playing Music
The iMuffs Dock Adaptor for iPod enables the iPod to
transmit a stereo audio signal wirelessly to your iMuffs
Stereo Bluetooth Headphones, with a range of 30 feet
(10 meters).
1. Turn your iMuffs headphones on with the power
switch.
2. Plug the Bluetooth adapter into the dock connector
port located on the bottom of your compatible iPod.*
8. To increase the volume, rock the volume control up. To
decrease the volume, rock the volume control down.
The blue LED on the headphones will flash once
whenever a button is pressed, to indicate that a
Bluetooth signal has been transmitted. Accordingly, the
LED on the adaptor will flash whenever a Bluetooth
signal is received.
3. If your iPod is paused or asleep, press the menu or
center button on the iPod to resume operation.
4. Your iMuffs headphones and adaptor will automatically
connect. The blue LEDs on the headphones and
adaptor will flash while they seek a connection. When
the connection is successful, the LEDs will stay on for
3 seconds, and music will begin playing.
5. To pause music, you may press the Play/Pause button
on the headphones or the iPod itself. Pressing either
button again re-starts the music where it left off.
6. To access the next track, press the Next button. To
access the previous track, press the Previous button.
7. To fast-forward, press and hold the Next button. To
rewind, press and hold the Previous button.
* For MB210 users only. MB200 users should plug the adapter into the top
connector port of your compatible iPod.
6
7
Playing Music
The iMuffs Dock Adaptor for iPod enables the iPod to
transmit a stereo audio signal wirelessly to your iMuffs
Stereo Bluetooth Headphones, with a range of 30 feet
(10 meters).
1. Turn your iMuffs headphones on with the power
switch.
2. Plug the Bluetooth adapter into the dock connector
port located on the bottom of your compatible iPod.*
8. To increase the volume, rock the volume control up. To
decrease the volume, rock the volume control down.
The blue LED on the headphones will flash once
whenever a button is pressed, to indicate that a
Bluetooth signal has been transmitted. Accordingly, the
LED on the adaptor will flash whenever a Bluetooth
signal is received.
3. If your iPod is paused or asleep, press the menu or
center button on the iPod to resume operation.
4. Your iMuffs headphones and adaptor will automatically
connect. The blue LEDs on the headphones and
adaptor will flash while they seek a connection. When
the connection is successful, the LEDs will stay on for
3 seconds, and music will begin playing.
5. To pause music, you may press the Play/Pause button
on the headphones or the iPod itself. Pressing either
button again re-starts the music where it left off.
6. To access the next track, press the Next button. To
access the previous track, press the Previous button.
7. To fast-forward, press and hold the Next button. To
rewind, press and hold the Previous button.
* For MB210 users only. MB200 users should plug the adapter into the top
connector port of your compatible iPod.
6
7
Bluetooth Phone Operation
Getting Started
Your iMuffs headphones work with Bluetooth-enabled
phones. However, you will first need to pair the
headphones with your Bluetooth phone before they work.
Your iMuffs headphones are powered by a built-in
rechargeable battery. Before using your iMuffs for the first
time, you should fully charge the battery.
Pairing with a Bluetooth phone
Charging
1. Unplug the adaptor from your iPod, and make sure
your iMuffs headphones are powered off. Make sure
that the Bluetooth phone is nearby.
1. Plug the smaller end of the USB cable into the USB
charging port located at the bottom of the right ear cup
of the headphones.
2. Initiate "Discover" mode in your Bluetooth phone,
according to your phone's user manual.
2. Plug the other end of the USB cable into an open USB
port on your computer or into the travel charger and
then plug the travel charger into an outlet.
3. On the headphones, press and hold the volume button
in while switching the power on. This will initiate the
"Discoverable" mode in the headphones. The blue
LED will begin double-flashing.
4. If asked for a PIN, enter "0000" (four zeros).
5. If the pairing process is successful, the blue LED on
the headphones will stop flashing and stay on for 3
seconds.
8
3. The orange LED indicator lights up while the
headphones are charging.
4. The orange LED indicator will turn off when the battery
is fully charged.
5. Unplug the USB cable from the headphones.
When the battery is low, the orange LED will flash, and
an alert will sound in the speakers indicating that you
need to recharge the headphones.
5
The iMuffs Adapter is powered directly by the iPod. Plug
the adapter into the appropriate port of your compatible
iPod. See page 2 regarding iMuffs Adpater compatibility
to your iPod.
For MB210 Users:
Plug the “iMuffs Dock Adapter for iPod” into the dock
connector port located below the iPod.
iPod
Dock Connector
Using with a paired Bluetooth phone
When the phone rings (you will hear an audio tone in the
speakers), answer the call by pressing the
Play/Pause/Phone button.
When the phone rings, reject the call by pressing and
holding the Play/Pause/Phone button for 2 seconds.
To end a call, press and hold the Play/Pause/Phone
button for 2 seconds.
To activate voice dialing (if supported by your phone),
press and hold the volume button in for 2 seconds.
Blue
LED
iMuff Dock Adapter for iPod - Dock Connector Type
To activate redial (if supported by your phone), press
and hold both the Rewind and FF buttons together for 2
seconds.
For MB200 Users:
Plug the “iMuffs Adapter for iPod” into the headphone /
top connector port located above the iPod.
Blue
LED
Headphone
jack
iMuffs Adaptor for iPod - Top Connector Type
4
9
Troubleshooting
Product Features
If you have problems using the iMuffs Stereo Bluetooth
Familiarize yourself with all of the controls located on the
right side of your iMuffs headphones. Please note that
the two LEDs are visible only when lit.
Headphones, this section may help. For further assitance,
please visit www.wi-gear.com.
Most problems can be resolved with a simple reset.
Switch the headphones off, and then on. Unplug the
adapter from the iPod, plug it back in.
Power
switch
You hear no sound.
Ensure the headphones are switched on and the adapter
for iPod is plugged into a compatible iPod. If the iPod
screen is blank, the iPod may have gone to sleep mode.
Press Menu on the iPod to turn it on.
Blue LED
Orange LED
Next/FF
button
Verify that the devices are within the recommended
range of approximately 30 feet (10 meters).
For MB200 users, check that the volume on the iPod is
not all the way turned down.
The headphone does not power on.
The battery charge may be too lo w. In this case, the
orange LED may flash and be accompanied by alert
beeps.
The music or connection is not reliable
For optimal reception place your iPod with the connected
adapter on the right side of the headphones as this
where the receiving antenna is located in the headphones.
Overall relibility may be effected if used near microwave
Play/Pause/
Phone button
Previous/Rewind
button
Volume control/
button
Microphone
USB charging
port
View of controls (right side)
applicances and/or certain radio emitting devices.
10
3
What's Included in this Package?
g
iMuffs Wireless Headphones
*
g
iMuffs Dock Adapter for iPod (see below)
g
Travel charger / adaptor
g
USB cable
g
User Guide
Specifications
Wireless Range
3-10 meters (9-30 feet)
Actual range depends on environmental factors:
g
g
orientation of devices relative to each other,
obstructions and enclosures, radio frequency noise,
and interference.
Bluetooth
Compatible with these models:
g
g
g
g
g
iPod nano
*
iPod with video
(5G) *
Bluetooth 2.0
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
Headphones Profile (HSP)
Handsfree Profile (HFP)
Audio Code
g
g
Codec Encoder/Decoder Type: Sub-band Codec (SBC)
Bit Rate: 328 kb/s (High Quality)
Audio Output for Headphones
Near CD-quality (44.1 KHz, 16-bit)
Frequency response: 20Hz-20KHz
g
iPod mini
iPod (3G)
iPod (4G, photo)
g
Audio Input for Adapter
Apple iPod Dock Connector Line Out *
g
g
* iMuffs MB210 only. The iMuffs MB200 includes an iMuffs Adapter for
iPod which plugs into the top of the iPod and is not compatible with the
iPod nano or iPod with video.
2
Built-in unidirectional microphone
* iMuffs MB210 only. The iMuffs MB200 requires an audio output from the Apple
iPod Remote/Headphone Jack.
11
Introduction
Battery
Battery Type: Lithium-Polymer 500mAh
(built-in, not user-serviceable)
Charge Time: Quick charge, 80% in 2 hours /
g
g
g
Full charge in 5 hours 1
Up to 16 hours of continuous operation of the
headphones depending on usage pattern, distance
from adaptor, and battery age. iMuffs Adapter is
dependent on iPod's actual battery capacity.
Cut the cord today!
Congratulations on purchasing iMuffs™ wireless
headphones for your iPod™ AND Bluetooth® phone!
Soon you'll be enjoying these benefits:
Wireless Freedom - Throw your iPod in your backpack
and listen to your music wirelessly! No more cords to
untangle or snag. Enjoy near-CD quality sound up to
30' (10m) away thanks to the Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile (A2DP) and Bluetooth 2.0.
Power Input
Standard USB voltage input (mini-USB, 5-pin) or
Provided AC-DC
USB Power Adapter (110-240V)
g
Never Miss a Call - When your Bluetooth phone rings,
g
the iMuffs automatically pause your iPod and ring in the
headphones, and let you talk through the integrated
microphone.
Temperature
Operating: 0°-35° C (32°-95° F)
Storage: -20-50° C (-68°- 122° F)
g
Versatile - Listen to music from your laptop or
2
desktop1, iPaq, or MP3 smartphone. Talk on the phone
or over iChat or Skype. Even chat while playing video
g
Weight
2.2 oz (headphones)
0.4 oz (adapter) 2
games.
g
g
Ergonomic Controls - Intuitive controls let you pause,
change volume, and skip tracks right from the
headphones.
1
2
New headphones may have a slightly greater charge time of more than
5 hours for the first few charge cycles.
iMuffs MB210 only. For iMuffs MB200 the actual weight of adapter is 0.3 oz.
12
1
2
Currently, Windows XP only and requires a Bluetooth adaptor with A2DP
support (Bluetooth Stereo).
Must support Bluetooth Stereo using A2DP.
1
Contents
Regulatory Information
Introduction
1
What's included in this package?
2
Product Features
3
Getting Started
5
Playing Music
6
Bluetooth phone operation
8
Troubleshooting
10
Specifications
11
Regulatory Information
13
FCC Compliance Statement
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.
Radio and Television Interference
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.
IMPORTANT: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Wi-Gear Inc. could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
IC Compliance Statement
The term "IC": before the certification/registration number only signifies that the Industry
Canada technical specifications were met.
13
MB200
/
MB210
USER GUIDE
1313
© 2005-2006 Wi-Gear, Inc. All rights reserved. iMuffs, Wi-Gear, and the Wi-Gear logo are trademarks of
Wi-Gear Inc. The Bluetooth word mark and logo are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by Wi-Gear Inc. is under license. iPod is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries. All other products and services may be marks of their respective owners. Printed in
China.
www.wi-gear.com
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