Introducing the Sound ID 200 Wireless Bluetooth® Headset Advanced Science. Clear Sound. A Sound Background Sound ID was founded by an ear doctor at Stanford University who hired top scientists and engineers to develop wireless audio products that improve speech intelligibility in noisy listening environments. The result is this exceptional product. Actual Size NoiseNavigation™ Automatically isolates speech with dual microphones while managing wind and background noise. Exceptional Wearing Comfort 2 wearing styles: ear hook with cushion or 3 sizes (L,M,S) of RealComfort ear loops. Long Talk Time Talk up to 6 hours and standby for up to 9 days (220 hours). Multiple Charging Options The Sound ID 200 has a standard Micro USB connector that allows charging via an included AC charger (100-240 V) or USB port on your PC. Hear The Difference For Yourself. Try the Sound ID 200 to feel the comfort and hear the difference. Turn ON/OFF: Press the Main Button for 3 seconds. The headset will go into pairing mode until the device is paired for the first time. The status light will flash red and green to indicate the headset is in pairing mode. Pair with a phone. Configure for Right or Left Ear Insert in your ear and turn so that the headset mic is pointed towards your mouth. If the headset feels too tight or loose in your ear, try the smaller or larger ear tip. EAR TIP HOLE ROTATE TIP TO LINE UP WITH R Adjust the headset volume with the volume controls on your phone. Volume can also be adjusted on the headset by momentary presses on the Volume button. Press the Volume button briefly to go to the next volume setting, out of 4 settings. You will hear a beep at the maximum setting. You can demonstrate the noise reduction capabilities of the Sound ID 200 by turning NoiseNavigation off and on during a call. To turn all noise reduction off, press and hold the Volume button for two seconds until you hear two beeps. To turn noise reduction back on, press and hold the Volume button until you hear one beep. Using the Sound ID headset with Blackberry phones If you have a Blackberry phone, we recommend using the following instructions to turn “Echo Control” off. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) VOLUME ROTATE TIP TO LINE UP WITH L (Approximately 45 degrees) Navigate to “Set Up Bluetooth” Highlight the Sound ID 200 Press the Menu button Select “Device Properties” from the list In the device properties screen, set “Echo Control” to off Press the Escape key (to the right of the trackball) and select save Key Competitive Features of the Sound ID 200 Feature Sound ID 200 Why buy Sound ID 200? Sound quality on the far end Excellent in background noise and in wind noise due to dual adaptive beam-forming mics and sound isolation algorithms. Increased speech intelligibility in a wider variety of situations with NoiseNavigation. Sound quality on caller end (what you hear) Automatic volume control adjusts volume based on surrounding noise level. Advanced speech algorithms deliver clear speech to your ear. Less need to adjust headset and improved speech intelligibility. Talk time 6 hours Long talk time. Exceptional wearing comfort Includes 3 patented Real Comfort ear tips and ear hook with foam for a secure fit. Easy to put on, and more comfortable to wear for longer periods of time. Ease of use Easy to use controls for main button and volume. Easier to use. SOUND ID 200 SPECIFICATIONS • • • • • • • • • In-the-ear headset with optional over-the-ear hook Up to 6 hours of talk time Up to 9 days (220 hours) of standby time Range up to 33 feet (10 meters) Built-in Micro USB charging connector Automatic volume control Dimensions:15.5mm x 53.5mm (.6in x 2.1in) Weighs less than .28 ounces (8 grams) Compatible with Bluetooth® 2.1+EDR ADVANCED BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY The Sound ID 200 features 2.1+EDR (Extended Data Rate) Bluetooth® technology that improves transmission sound quality and is compatible with earlier versions of Bluetooth.
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