User Guide - Promate Technologies

User Guide - Promate Technologies
 proHarmony.3
Slimline Bluetooth Hifi Headset for Music and
Call Streaming with Bluetooth 3.5mm Audio
Adapter
User Guide
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing Promate proHarmony.3 Slimline Bluetooth Hifi Headset for
Music and Call streaming with Bluetooth 3.5mm Audio Adapter. This Hifi Bluetooth
Headset and adapter has been created with multiple functions, perfect sound quality,
ultra-high reliability and uniquely fined outlook.
Hereby stated are the features for this product for better understanding of its functions.
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Headset:
o Bluetooth wireless connection for handsfree communication
o Fully compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices
o Superior sound quality ideal for music and calls
o Automatic music pause during incoming and outgoing calls
o Automatic connection with last used device
o Portable slimline folding design
o 10 hours working time
o Built-in rechargeable li-polymer battery feature
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Audio Adapter:
o Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter for wireless connectivity
o Bluetooth version 2.1 + EDR technology
o Transmits and receives Bluetooth signals for music streaming
o Work as radio transmitter and receiver to connect to non Bluetooth
enabled devices
o Low power consumption for mobile phone use
Packaging Contents
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proHarmony.3
proHarmony.3D Audio adapter
User guide
Micro-USB cable
Warranty card
Precautions
Please read this User Guide carefully before using the product.
The contents herein may be changed to deliver the better services to the end-user. To
keep the perfect performances of the product, never use it in cold, hot, dusty or
moistened areas or places, especially in the following conditions:
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Moist or underwater conditions.
Conditions near the heater or high-temperature service.
Conditions with direct sunshine.
Conditions with apt falling.
Never dismantle the foldable battery docking without due permission, otherwise it
may nullify the warranty clauses.
1 Product Overview
Introduction
proHarmony.3 is a Slimline Bluetooth Hifi Headset for Music and Call streaming with
Bluetooth 3.5mm Audio Adapter. The Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter is a Bluetooth
transmitter and receiver. When it is used as a Bluetooth transmitter, it can be connected to
your walkman or PC to wirelessly transmit the music to your Bluetooth stereo receiver
(Such as Bluetooth stereo headset, Bluetooth stereo speaker and so on). When it is used
as a Bluetooth receiver, it can be connected to your common stereo receiver for wireless
playing music from your Bluetooth audio player.
Bluetooth Headset
1
2
— Previous track
— Multi-function button(MFB)
3
4
— Next track
LED indicator
5
Headband
6
Folding and retractable headband
7
Right loudspeaker
8
Left loudspeaker
9
Microphone
10
Micro USB — Charging jack
11
VOL+ — Volume up
12
VOL- — Volume down
Bluetooth 3.5mm Audio Adapter
1
Multi-function button (MFB): Switching on/off,
4
3.5mm audio jack
pairing
2
Charging jack
5
TX/RX switch
3
LED indicator
6
3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable
1.1 Charging the Headset
The headset comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, prior to using it, it is
recommendable 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.
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 2 hours to charge the
battery fully. When charging has completed, red LED will be off.
1.2 Charging the Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter
Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter comes with a built-in rechargeable battery, prior to using
it, it is recommended to charge the battery fully for the first time.
When Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter is low power, red LED flashes. Please recharge the
battery.
Connect the charger to a standard power outlet and the charger plug to the charging jack
of Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter. Red LED is on while charging. It takes about 3 hours to
charge the battery fully. When charging is completed, red LED will be off.
2 Usage
2.1 Turning on the headset
Function
Operation
LED indicator
Indication tone
Turning on
Press and hold MFB button for 3~5
seconds until blue LED flashes
Blue LED is on for 1
second
A long “DI” tone
Turning off
Press and hold MFB button for 3~5
seconds until red LED flashes
Red LED is on for 1
second
A long “DI” tone
2.2 Turning on the Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter
Function
Operation
LED indicator
Switching on transmitter
Press
button for 3-4 seconds
Blue LED is on for 1second
Switching off transmitter
Press
button for 3-4 seconds
Red LED is on for 1 second and then
off
2.3 Pairing the headset with Bluetooth devices
Function
Entering pairing mode
Operation
Ensure the headset is turned off, and
then press and hold MFB button for 5
~7 seconds until LED flashes red and
blue alternately
LED indicator
LED flashes red and
blue alternately
Indication tone
Two short “DU”
tones
Remark: Pairing mode will last 2 minutes. If the headset still can’t pair with any Bluetooth
devices after 2 minutes, it will return to standby mode automatically in order to save
power.
2.3.1 Pairing the headset with a Bluetooth mobile phone
Prior to using the headset for the first time, you have to pair it with a Bluetooth-enabled
mobile 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. After the search is completed, select “proHarmony.3” from the
Bluetooth device list;
4) According to the indication, enter password or PIN No:”0000” and press ” Yes” or
“confirm”;
5) After successful pairing, select “proHarmony.3” in the Bluetooth device list, and press
“connect”.
6) After successful connecting, blue LED flashes twice or three times quickly every 4
seconds.
Remarks:
・ If pairing is failed, please turn off the headset first and then re-pair according to steps
1~6 mentioned above.
・ After pairing is successful, the headset and the cell phone will remember each other,
they will no need to re-pair next time.
・ If you want to pair the headset with other devices, please pair it with the new device
according to steps 1~6 mentioned above.
・ If the Bluetooth version of your cell phone is V2.1 and above, it will no need to enter
pairing password when the headset pairs with your cell phone, they will match
automatically.
2.3.2 Pairing the Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter with a Bluetooth device.
The Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter could be used with two functions: TX mode as
transmitter and RX mode as receiver. When side switch is toggled in TX mode, the
Bluetooth adapter could transmit the sound to an audio receiver such as Bluetooth
headset given that the 3.5mm cable is connected from any audio player such as iPod or
iPhone or any MP3/MP4 player. And when it is switched to RX mode, you could connect
the 3.5mm audio jack of the adapter to any music output such as speakers to transmit the
sound coming from any Bluetooth audio player such as iPod or iPhone or iPad or any
other Bluetooth audio player. Before pairing, please make sure your Bluetooth stereo
receiver supports Bluetooth A2DP profile. The pairing steps are as follows:
Under TX Mode
1)
2)
3)
4)
Make sure the transmitter is off, otherwise switch it off;
Keep the transmitter and your Bluetooth stereo receiver within 1 meter;
Switch on your Bluetooth stereo receiver and make it enter pairing mode;
Press and hold MFB button of the transmitter for 5~7 seconds and do not release it
until red and blue LEDs flash alternately, at this time, the transmitter entered pairing
mode;
5) The transmitter will automatically search for Bluetooth stereo receiver and finish
connection;
6) After successful connecting, blue LED of the transmitter flashes twice every 4
seconds;
7) Connect the transmitter to your music player or MP3 player through 3.5mm audio
jack to transmit music to a Bluetooth headphone to the play music.
8) Connect the receiver to your speakers through 3.5mm audio jack to transmit the
sound coming from any Bluetooth audio player.
Under RX Mode
1) Keep the receiver and Bluetooth cell phone within 1 meter when pairing;
2) Enter the receiver’s pairing mode (refer to “How to enter pairing mode”);
3) Active your cell phone’s Bluetooth function and set your cell phone to search for
Bluetooth devices within range. After the search is completed, select “ProHarmony.3D”
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”;
6) After successful connecting, blue LED of the receiver will flash twice every 4 seconds.
7) When ProHarmony.3D is used as a receiver, you can connect it to a 3.5mm stereo
headset or stereo speaker with a 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable.
Remarks:
・ The pairing mode will last 2 minutes. The transmitter will enter standby mode if no
devices can be connected within 2 minutes.
・ The transmitter can pair with a Bluetooth stereo receiver whose PIN NO.. is “0000”,
“1234”or “1111”, “8888”.
・ Turn the TX/RX switch to RX mode before switching on Bluetooth 3.5mm audio
adapter. TX or RX mode cannot be changed after switching it on.
2.3.3 Reconnecting with a Bluetooth device for the headset
1) Automatic connecting
Every time the headset is turned on, it will connect to last connected device automatically.
1) Manual connecting to last connected HFP device
When the headset is in standby mode and doesn’t connect to any HFP devices, short
press MFB button twice, it will connect to last connected HFP device automatically.
2) Manual connecting to last connected A2DP device
When the headset is in standby mode and doesn’t connect to any A2DP devices, short
press
button once, it will connect to last connected A2DP device automatically.
2.3.4 Reconnecting with a Bluetooth device for the Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter
1) Automatic connecting
Every time the transmitter is switched on, it will automatically connect to last connected
device.
2) Manual connecting
When the transmitter is in standby mode and doesn’t connect to any devices, short press
button once, it will automatically connected to last connected device.
3) Can be connected
In addition, when the transmitter is in standby mode and doesn’t connect to any devices,
it can accept the connecting request sent by the receiver that had paired with the
transmitter before.
4) Auto-off
The transmitter will automatically switch off if no devices can be connected within 5
minutes.
5) Clearing pairing list
Make sure the transmitter is off, press and hold
button for about 10 seconds, and
don’t release it until red LED is on for 1 second and then blue LED is on for 1 second.
2.3.4 Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter LED indicator
LED indicator
Status of the Bluetooth audio adapter
Red and blue LEDs flash alternately
Pairing mode
Blue LED flashes once every 1 second
Standby mode and not connected to a device
Blue LED flashes twice every 4 seconds
Connected to a device
Red LED flashes
Low power
3 Wearing the headset
The headband of the headset is folding 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.
4 Making a call with the headset
Function
Status of Headset
Operation
Indication tone
Voice dial
Standby mode
Press and hold
button for 2 seconds until
hearing indication tone
A short tone
Redial last number
Standby mode
Quickly press MFB button twice
A short tone
Volume up
During a call
Short or Long press VOL+ button
Volume down
During a call
Short or Long press VOL- button
Answer a call
Incoming ring
Short press MFB button
A short tone
Reject a call
Incoming ring
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds
until hearing indication tone
A short tone
End a call
During a call
Short press MFB button
A long tone
Call transfer
During a call
Press and hold MFB button for 2 seconds
until hearing indication tone
A long tone
Microphone mute
During a call
Quickly press MFB button twice
2 falling tones
During a call (Mute)
Quickly press MFB button twice
2 rising tones
Cancel mute
Remarks:
1) Not all mobile phones support all functions listed above. Please refer to your cell
phone’s user’s manual for further information.
2) When the volume is adjusted to max. or min., you will hear a “DI” tone.
3) 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.
5 Music Playback
After connecting the headset to a Bluetooth cell phone or Bluetooth transmitter
supporting A2DP, you can enjoy music with the headset.
Function
Status of Headset
Operation
Volume up
Playing music
Short or Long press VOL+ button
Volume down
Playing music
Short or Long press VOL- button
Pause
Playing music
Short press MFB button
Play
Pausing
Short press MFB button
Previous track
Playing music
Short press
Next track
Playing music
Short press
button once
button once
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 “proHarmony.3” as speaker device. The
music will be transmitted to the headset. Please refer to your cell phone’s user’s manual
for further information.
・ When the volume is adjusted to max. or min., you will hear a “DI” 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.
6 Headset LED indicator
6.1 When headset is charging
LED indicator
Status of Headset
Red LED is on
Charging in progress
Red LED is off
Finish charging
6.2 When the headset is connected to a Bluetooth device
LED indicator
Status of Headset
LED flashes red and blue alternately
Pairing mode
Blue LED flashes once every 2 seconds
Standby mode (not connected to a Bluetooth device)
Blue LED flashes twice quickly every 4 seconds
Set up HFP or A2DP connection
Blue LED flashes three times quickly every 4 seconds
Set up HFP and A2DP connection
Blue LED flashes twice every 3 seconds
Incoming call
Blue LED flashes once every 4 seconds
During a call
7 Tone indication
Indication tone
Status of Headset
Emits 2 tones every 5 seconds
During a call (Microphone mute)
Emits 3 “Dong” tones every 20 seconds
Low power
Headset FAQ’s
1
Why does red LED flash?
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.
3
How far is the effective range between the headset and Bluetooth cell phone?
According to the Bluetooth standard, the maximum controllable range of Class II
headset is 10 meters. It varies under different environment.
4
What to do when my cell phone cannot 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.
5
Why can’t hear the voice from the headset?
a) Make sure the headset is turned on;
b) Ensure the volume of the headset is not too low or mute;
c) Make sure the headset connects well with your cell phone;
d) 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.
Bluetooth 3.5mm audio adapter FAQs
1.
What to do when proHarmony.3D can’t be switched on?
Please charge it.
2.
What to do when proHarmony.3D can’t pair and connect to a Bluetooth device?
1) Make sure Bluetooth stereo receiver supports A2DP;
2) Make sure Bluetooth stereo receiver is placed within 5 meters;
3) Make sure Bluetooth stereo receiver has already entered into pairing mode.
3.
What to do when ProHarmony.3D can’t be switched off?
Please charge it for about 2 seconds.
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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