HomeSpot® Dual Stream HD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter

HomeSpot® Dual Stream HD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter
PACKAGEE CON
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PACKAG
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HD Bluetooth
Audio Transmitter
USB A - micro USB Cable
HomeSpot ® Dual Stream
HD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter
C O MPA T I BI L I T Y
C H A R GIN G
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter is compatible with any audio /
video system that features one of the following audio outputs:
Connect the micro-USB cable (9a) to the micro-USB Charging
Jack (5) of the HD Bluetooth Transmitter.
3.5mm - 3.5mm audio cable
3.5mm - RCA audio cable
Optical TOSLINK
Audio Cable
3.5mm Audio
Connector
User Gu
ide
Low Latency Audio Playback
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter supports 3 different Low Latency
Codecs - aptX, aptX-Low Latency and FastStream. You can
enjoy wireless synchronized audio playback when the
transmitter is used with compatible headphones or speakers.
T E C HN I C A L S PEC I FI C AT I O NS
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter will choose the optimal codec that
is supported by the headphones or speakers. The Dual-Stream
Indicator (3) will flash when a compatible low latency device is
paired.
Bluetooth Specifications
Bluetooth V4.0
Bluetooth Profiles
A2DP
Operating Distance
Typically 10m / 33ft
Charging Input
DC 5V/ 0.5A
Battery Life
Transmits up to 7 hours of operation
Charging Time
About 1 hour
Weight
26g / 0.92oz
Model
BTADP-128-D
Demo video : https://youtu.be/UucLWQzy6T0
1) Multifunction Button
2) Pairing Status Indicator
3) Dual-Stream Indicator
4) Battery Indicator
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5) micro-USB Charging Jack
6) 3.5mm Audio Input
7) Digital TOSLINK Optical Audio Input
8) High/Low Volume Switch
cable. Do not attempt to bend or fold the TOSLINK cable into an
angle, as this may permanently damage it.
7. If the video source is Comcast DVR, change the Audio Device
Setting of the DVR from Surround to Stereo.
2. Connect the TOSLINK cable (12a) (12b) between the optical
output of your audio / video system and the optical input (7) of
the HD Bluetooth Transmitter.
NOTE: If both the 3.5mm Audio Input (6) & the Digital TOSLINK
Optical Audio Input (7) are connected, only the 3.5mm Audio
Input will be played.
SETTING UP YOUR HD BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER
1.
Connect one end of the audio cable (10a) or (11a) to the 3.5mm
Audio Input (6) of the HD Bluetooth Transmitter.
2.
Connect the other end of the audio cable (10b) or (11b) to the
audio output of your audio / video system. Consult your
audio / video system user manual for more information on
how to accomplish this.
4. For some TVs, you may need to turn on the Internal Mute
(the built-in TV speakers) to send audio to the digital and/or
analog RCA audio output jacks on the side panel.
5. Some TVs do not send audio to the digital audio jack in
certain circumstances, e.g. if the input source is HDMI, or if
the video content is not in digital format. In such cases, use
the analog RCA audio connection on the TV side panel.
6. For PS3 game consoles, select only [Linear PCM 2 Ch.
44.1kHz] and [Linear PCM 2 Ch. 48kHz] (deselect all others)
output format in the PS3 audio settings. If you connect the
Transmitter directly to the optical output of the PS3, set the
Audio Multi-Output to ON. For more information, check out
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TIPS : If your audio / video system features a RCA audio output
port, use the bundled RCA cable for better user experience.
Some TV Speakers will be muted automatically when the
headphone jack is in use. The volume of the headphone jack
can be adjusted using the TV or the receiver, and this will affect
the volume of the HD Bluetooth Transmitter.
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Note: When streaming audio to two headphones / speakers,
the HD Bluetooth Transmitter will select by default the optimal
codec supported by each device. For example, if one of the
headphones supports aptX and the other does not, the
Bluetooth Transmitter will stream aptX audio to the aptX
compatible headphone, and stream regular Bluetooth SBC
audio to the regular Bluetooth headphone.
While in dual streaming mode, the Bluetooth transmission
range will be slightly affected. For the best experience, it is
suggested to operate the HD Bluetooth Transmitter and the
headphones / speakers within 10m with line of sight.
A U TO -P O W ER O FF
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter will automatically power off if no
device is connected in 2 minutes.
Short press the MFK button to power up the HD Bluetooth
Transmitter again.
A U TO -R EC O NNEC T T O
LA S T TW O C O NNEC T ED D EV I C ES
When the HD Bluetooth Transmitter is in
standby mode (i.e. when (2) remains
steady in blue) or in OFF mode, make sure
that your audio receiving device is in
pairing mode, then press (1) again and the
Transmitter will automatically re-connect to
the last connected device, and (2) will blink in blue every 5
seconds.
The Transmitter will search for the last two connected devices
for 60 seconds upon power up, and will automatically
connect to the first of the last two connected device found, as
1. The High / Low volume switch can
be used to adjust the volume of the
audio transmission.
2. Always try to adjust the volume
from the audio / video system.
3. Adjust the volume level on your
Bluetooth audio receiving device(s).
4. If the volume output is still too high, too low, or if you notice
audible distortion, switch (8) to your desired level.
5. You will need to power up the HD Bluetooth Transmitter
again for the new volume setting to take effect.
F ACTORY RESET
While the HD Bluetooth Transmitter is
turned off, press and hold the MFK
button (1) for 10 seconds until (2) blinks
in blue for 3 times. The unit will then
enter pairing mode ((2) & (4) will blink
alternately) and all previously paired
devices will be deleted from memory.
Blinks in Red 3 times
Battery Low
Blinks in Red
1. Remove the protective caps from the
Optical TOSLINK Audio Cable included in
the package.
The custom-shaped TOSLINK connector
cable is designed to fit into only one
position. Do not exert unnecessary force when inserting the
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for 3 seconds while the Transmitter is still turned on.
Follow the same pairing step 3. If pairing is successful and the
newly paired device is connected, (2) will blink in blue every 5
seconds.
S T REA MI NG A UD IO T O T W O D E V ICE S
(DUA L S T R E A M IN G)
Ensure that your two Bluetooth audio receiving devices have
previously been paired successfully. Follow the pairing steps
above if this has not been done so earlier.
1. Make sure that the HD Bluetooth
Transmitter is connected to one of the
audio receiving devices, and (2) should
blink in blue every 5 seconds when
connected.
light blinks
in Blue
2. While the first device` is connected,
double press (1) to switch the HD
Bluetooth Transmitter into dual stream
mode.
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter will remain in pairing mode for 120
seconds, or until successfully paired. After 120 seconds, you can
press the MFK button to set the HD Bluetooth Transmitter to
pairing mode again.
3. When trying to reconnect to the 2nd
Bluetooth audio receiving device, (3)
will blink in green.
TO PAIR WITH A 2nd BLUETOOTH DEVICE
Before the HD Bluetooth Transmitter can be
set to enable dual streaming, it needs to be
paired with the 2nd Bluetooth audio device
first.
After the HD Bluetooth Transmitter has been paired with the 1st
device, switch off the Transmitter first. Simply press-&-hold (1)
4. If the re-connection is successful, (3)
will remain steady in green, and both
devices will play audio from the HD
Bluetooth Transmitter simultaneously.
• If the re-connection fails, (3) will blink in red 3 times. Make
sure that the 2nd device is available for re-connection.
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Pairing Mode
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Faststream Device Connected
light blinks in Blue
Lights blink in Blue and Red
alternately.
light blinks in Red
Re-connection Mode
1. Place the HD Bluetooth Transmitter within 1 meter of your
Bluetooth audio receiver during the pairing process.
2. The pairing mode will last for 2 minutes. If no devices can
be connected within 2 minutes, the HD Bluetooth Transmitter
will enter standby mode, and (2) remains steady in blue.
4. The HD Bluetooth Transmitter will save up to 2 device
pairing records, and only those 2 previously paired devices
will be automatically re-connected when the Transmitter is
powered on.
5. When a third device is paired, the first device pairing
record will be removed.
The internal antenna of the HD Bluetooth Transmitter has
been fine-tuned to provide a wide operating range. When the
product is properly placed with an uninterrupted line of sight
and there is no radio interference, it can typically achieve
transmission distances ranging from 10-20m.
Do not surround the HD Bluetooth Transmitter with metallic
objects or put it behind any electronic appliances. Doing so
will severely reduce the transmission performance. Please
ensure that there are no obstacles (walls, corners, partitions
etc.) between the Transmitter and the Bluetooth receiving
devices.
(3) flashes in Green 2 times immediately
after connection.
aptX Device Connected
Light blinks in Blue for 5 seconds.
If no device is found, the unit
goes into standby mode.
light blinks in Blue
for 5 secs
(3) flashes in Green 3 times immediately
after connection.
aptX Low Latency Device Connected
Power Off
Press & hold the MFK button for
3 secs until the LED goes off.
light blinks in Blue
(3) flashes in Green 4 times immediately
after connection.
light blinks in Red
Dual Streaming
(Successful)
Standby Mode
Lights remain steady in Blue.
remains steady
in blue
Remains Steady in Green
Dual Streaming Re-connected
Blinks in Green
Blue LED blinks every 5 seconds.
3. Switch off the HD Bluetooth Transmitter and repeat the
pairing steps if it fails to pair.
Blinks in Red
SETTING UP YOUR HD BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER
PAIRING
Standard Device Connected
NOTE S
Blinks in Red 3 times
Power on your Bluetooth audio receiving device and set it to
pairing mode.
2. On the first use, once powered on, the HD Bluetooth
Transmitter will be in pairing mode. (2)& (4) LED lights will
alternate blink rapidly in turn once the unit is powered.
3. The HD Bluetooth Transmitter will automatically search for,
and connect to, the closest Bluetooth audio receiving device
in pairing mode.
4. If the pairing is successful and a connection is made, (2) will
blink in blue every 5 seconds.
You can press the MKF button
once to go into pairing mode /
re-connection mode.
L E D I ND I C AT O R S
Blinks in blue
every 5 seconds
1.
When it is not connected to a USB power source, it will operate
with the built-in battery. The Battery Indicator (4) will blink in red
when the battery level is low, indicating that recharging is
needed.
H IG H / LOW VOLU ME SWIT C H
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LED Indications
PA I RI NG W I T H BL UET O O T H DEVI C E(S )
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter can be operated even when it is
being charged.
(2) blinks while in re-connection mode.
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Status
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The Battery Indicator (4) will turn on to indicate charging in
progress. The Battery Indicator will turn off once the unit is fully
charged.
light blinks
in Red
http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/current/settings/audiooutput.html
Dual Streaming
(Failed)
Faststream devices:
(3) will flash in Green 2 times
aptX devices:
(3) will flash in Green 3 times
aptX Low Latency devices:
(3) will flash in Green 4 times
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3. The HD Transmitter accepts only digital audio input in
uncompressed stereo PCM format. The default digital audio
output of most TVs are PCM. However, in some cases, you
may have to change the digital audio output setting of your
TV, DVR, or set-top box to PCM format.
Digital TOSLINK Optical
(S/PDIF) Connector
The HD Bluetooth Transmitter only supports Secured Simple
Pairing (SSP) with A2DP Bluetooth audio receiving devices, such
as Bluetooth speakers and headphones.
Warranty Card
PRODU CT OVERVIEW
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
HomeSpot® is under license.
RCA Audio Output (red and
white connectors)
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Blinks in blue
every 5 seconds
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