LevelOne BLH-1200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset

LevelOne BLH-1200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset
LevelOne
BLH-1200
Bluetooth Stereo Headset
User Manual
Ver 1.0.0 - 0601
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Stereo Headset
Stereo Headset & Dongle
with Bluetooth wireless technology
Copyright
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Copyright 2005
Version 1.0, Dec. 2005
Disclaimer
The information in this document is subject to change without notice. The manufacturer makes no
representations or warranties with respect to the contents hereof and specifically disclaims any
implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. The manufacturer
reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time in the content
hereof without obligation of the manufacturer to notify any person of such revision or changes
Trademark Recognition
Bluetooth is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. (Special Interest Group). The Bluetooth trademark is owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. USA.
BlueSoleil is a trademark of IVT Corporation. Winamp is a trademark of Nulsoft Incorporated.
Windows Media Player is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Other product names used in this
manual are the properties of their respective owners and are acknowledged.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
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 the receiver.
•
Connect the equipment onto 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.
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Shielded interconnect cables and a shielded AC power cable must be employed with this
equipment to ensure compliance with the pertinent RF emission limits governing this device.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the system's manufacturer could void the
user's authority to operate the equipment.
About This Manual
This manual provides information for setting up and configuring the Headset Kit. This manual is
intended for home users
Safety Information
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•
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Only use the supplied travel adapter.
Do not place anything on the power cord. Place the power cord where it
will not be in the way of foot traffic.
Before cleaning the headset or transmitter, disconnect the travel charger.
Conventions Used in this Manual
The following conventions are used in this manual.
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Table of Contents
GETTING STARTED WITH THE HEADSET KIT..................................................... 6
UNPACKING AND CHECKING THE CONTENTS ................................................... 6
HEADSET PARTS............................................................................................................ 7
TRANSMITTER PARTS ................................................................................................. 8
HEADSET STATUS LEDS MAIN FUNCTIONS ......................................................... 9
TRANSMITTER STATUS LEDS MAIN FUNCTIONS............................................... 9
CHARGING THE HEADSET AND TRANSMITTER BATTERIES ....................... 10
CHARGING THE HEADSET WITH THE USB CABLE.......................................... 10
CHARGING THE TRANSMITTER WITH THE USB CABLE ................................11
CHARGING THE HEADSET WITH THE TRAVEL ADAPTER ............................ 12
SOFTWARE AND DRIVER INSTALLATION........................................................... 13
INSTALLING DRIVERS FOR THE TRANSMITTER ............................................. 17
OPERATION................................................................................................................... 21
CONNECTING THE TRANSMITTER TO AN AUDIO DEVICE................................................. 21
PAIRING DEVICES....................................................................................................... 22
PAIRING THE HEADSET AND TRANSMITTER .................................................... 22
PAIRING THE HEADSET WITH THE IVT BLUESOLEIL PROGRAM ................. 23
USING THE HEADSET WITH YOUR COMPUTER ............................................... 26
PAIRING WITH A BLUETOOTH ENABLED PHONE............................................ 26
ANSWERING CALLS ................................................................................................... 27
HEADSET OPERATION............................................................................................... 27
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME ....................................................................................... 27
SKIPPING TRACKS.................................................................................................... 27
APPENDIX...................................................................................................................... 28
TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................................................................................... 28
RESETTING THE HEADSET .............................................................................................. 28
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HEADSET AND TRANSMITTER LEDS DETAILED DESCRIPTIONS ...................................... 29
HEADSET LED.............................................................................................................. 29
USB CONNECTOR ..................................................................................................... 29
AUDIO JACK............................................................................................................... 29
AVAILABLE SERVICES ..................................................................................................... 29
AUDIO CONNECTION............................................................................................... 29
USB CONNECTION WITH IVT BLUESOLEIL........................................................ 30
SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................... 30
TRANSMITTER HEADSET ....................................................................................... 30
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GETTING STARTED WITH THE HEADSET KIT
Congratulations on your purchase! This section covers unpacking the Headset Kit and identifying
components.
Unpacking and Checking the Contents
Unpack the Headset Kit and check that the following items are included:
Transmitter Headset Travel Charger
Utility CD-ROM (Contains drivers, Manual)
USB Cable
Quick Installation Guide
If any item is missing or damaged, repack the Headset Kit and return it to your reseller.
Identifying Components The following illustrations show the headset and transmitter.
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HEADSET PARTS
Pair/answer button
1
Press to pair with a device
“Pairing Devices” on page 22
Press to answer incoming
call
“Answering Calls” on page 27
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Microphone
3
Next
4
Previous
5
“Skipping Tracks” on page 27
USB Connector
“Charging the Headset with the USB Cable”
on page 10
Reset Button
“Resetting the Headset” on page 28
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Power LED
7
Link LED
8
Volume down
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Volume up
“Headset Status LEDs Main Functions” on page 9
“Adjusting the Volume” on page 27
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TRANSMITTER PARTS
Stabilizer pin (4)
“Connecting the Transmitter to an Audio Device” on page 21
Mode switch (3)
“Mode Switch” on page 9
Link LED (2)
“Transmitter Status LEDs Main Functions” on page 9
Power LED
USB connector
(7)
“Charging the Transmitter with the USB Cable” on page 10
“Pairing the Headset with the IVT BlueSoleil Program” on page 23
Pair button (1)
“Pairing Devices” on page 22
Audio jack (5)
“Connecting the Transmitter to an Audio Device” on page 21
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HEADSET STATUS LEDS MAIN FUNCTIONS
For more details on the status of the LEDs, see “Headset and Transmitter LEDs Detailed
Descriptions” on page 25
LINK LED POWER LED
Color
Function
Yellow flashing
Power on, searching
Blue flashing
Connected to device
Color
Function
Red
Charging
Green
Charging complete
TRANSMITTER STATUS LEDS MAIN FUNCTIONS
For more details on the status of the LEDs, see “Headset and Transmitter LEDs Detailed
Descriptions” on page 29
LINK LED
Color
Function
Blue flashing quickly
Power on, searching
Blue flashing slowly
Connected to device
POWER LED
Color
Function
Red
Charging
Green
Charging complete
MODE SWITCH
The mode switch on the transmitter has three positions as described below.
Position
Function
Set to Headset when you want to pair
with the headset. See “Pairing
Devices” on page 22
Set to Power when you want to con
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nect to your computer to charge the
battery. See “Charging the Transmitter
with the USB Cable” on page 11
Set to USB when you want to link with
the IVT BlueSoleil program on your
computer. See “Pairing the Headset
with the IVT BlueSoleil Program” on
page 23
Charging the Headset and Transmitter Batteries
The headset and the transmitter both have a built-in rechargeable battery. Batteries can be
charged through the USB cable or the travel charger.
CHARGING THE HEADSET WITH THE USB CABLE
Refer to the following to charge the headset with the USB cable.
1. Connect the small connector on the USB cable to the headset.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to a USB connector on your computer.
MOST NOTEBOOK COMPUTER USB CONNECTORS ARE HORIZONTAL. THE USB CABLE
SHOULD BE CONNECTED WITH THE USB ICON FACING UP. IF THE USB CONNECTOR ON
YOUR COMPUTER IS VERTICAL, CONNECT THE CABLE CAREFULLY TO AVOID DAMAGING THE CONNECTORS.
The Power LED lights red to indicate charging.
3. Unplug the USB cable when the Power LED changes to green.
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CHARGING THE TRANSMITTER WITH THE USB
CABLE
Refer to the following to charge the transmitter with the USB cable.
1. Connect the small connector on the USB cable to the transmitter.
2. Set the mode button to Power.
3. Connect the other end of the cable to a USB connector on your computer.
MOST NOTEBOOK COMPUTER USB CONNECTORS ARE HORIZONTAL. THE USB CABLE
SHOULD BE CONNECTED WITH THE USB ICON FACING UP. IF THE USB CONNECTOR ON
YOUR COMPUTER IS VERTICAL, CONNECT THE CABLE CAREFULLY TO AVOID DAMAGING THE CONNECTORS.
The Power LED lights red to indicate charging.
4. Unplug the USB cable when the Power LED changes to green.
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CHARGING THE HEADSET WITH THE TRAVEL
ADAPTER
Refer to the following to charge the headset with the travel adapter.
1. Connect the small USB connector on the travel adapter to the headset.
2. Connect the adapter to an electrical outlet.
THE TRAVEL ADAPTER CAN BE USED WITH 110V AND 220V (AUTO SWITCHING). IF YOU
NEED TO USE A SOCKET ADAPTER, BE SURE THE ADAPTER IS CORRECTLY GROUNDED
FOR YOUR LOCATION.
The Power LED lights red to indicate charging.
3. Unplug the travel adapter when the Power LED changes to green.
CHARGING THE TRANSMITTER WITH THE TRAVEL ADAPTER
Refer to the following to charge the headset or transmitter with the travel adapter.
1. Connect the small USB connector on the travel adapter to the transmitter.
2. Connect the adapter to an electrical outlet.
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THE TRAVEL ADAPTER CAN BE USED WITH 110V AND 220V (AUTO SWITCHING). IF YOU
NEED TO USE A SOCKET ADAPTER, BE SURE THE ADAPTER IS CORRECTLY GROUNDED
FOR YOUR LOCATION.
The Power LED lights red to indicate charging.
3. Unplug the travel adapter when the Power LED changes to green.
SOFTWARE AND DRIVER INSTALLATION
Installing the IVT BlueSoleil™ Software
The IVT BlueSoleil software allows you to manage audio transmissions between your computer
and Bluetooth enabled devices.
1. Insert the supplied utility CD into your CD drive.
2. Click Start -> My Computer, and then browse to the CD drive.
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Choose the language you want and click OK.
Click Next to continue
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Read the license agreement and click Yes.
Click Next to start the installation.
The installation takes a few minutes, and then the following screen appears
.
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Click Finish to complete the installation and reboot your computer. When your
computer restarts, the following screen appears.
Click OK to continue. The IVT BlueSoleil program opens.
Click File -> Exit to close the program.
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To learn about this program, click Help on the main toolbar. The IVT BlueSoleil help application
opens.
The program includes many service such as using your computer as a server. Look in the Help
application for instructions on how to enable these services.
Installing Drivers for the Transmitter
Refer to the following to install drivers for the transmitter.
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1. Connect the transmitter to a USB connector on your computer.
2. Set the mode switch on the transmitter to USB.
3. The system detects the new hardware and the following screen appears.
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4. Select the No, not this time radio button and click Next.
5. Select the Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) radio button and click Next.
6. Browse to the WindowsXP folder (or the folder for your OS) on the CD: Cyber Headset -> IVT
BlueSoleil -> USBDrivers -> WindowsXP, and then click OK.
7. Click Next to continue.
8. Click Finish to complete the installation.
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OPERATION
This section covers pairing the transmitter and headset for use with audio devices, pairing the
headset with your computer, and pairing with your mobile phone.
Connecting the Transmitter to an Audio Device
THE 3.5-MM (1/8 INCH) AUDIO JACK ON THE TRANSMITTER IS THE SAME SIZE AS THE
STANDARD JACKS ON COMPUTERS AND ON MOST AUDIO DEVICES. IF YOUR AUDIO
DEVICE USES A DIFFERENT SIZE JACK, YOU CAN PURCHASE AN ADAPTER AT MOST
ELECTRICAL STORES.
The audio transmitter is a stereo transmitter. You can connect it to any audio device such as a CD
player, or MP3 player. You can also connect it to the audio out connector on your computer. Refer
to the following to connect the transmitter to your audio device.
Set the mode switch on the transmitter to POWER.
Rotate the audio jack as required.
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3. Plug the transmitter into the audio out connector on the device.
Pairing Devices
Connect the transmitter to an audio device, now you can you can pair the headset with the transmitter or with a Bluetooth-enabled phone.
PAIRING THE HEADSET AND TRANSMITTER
Refer to the following to pair the headset and transmitter.
1. Connect the transmitter to your audio device. See “Connecting the Transmitter to an Audio
Device” section on page 21.
2. Set the mode switch on the transmitter to Audio. The link LED flashes blue.
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3. Press and hold the Pair/answer button on the headset until the link LED flashes yellow.
When the link LEDs on both devices flash blue, the devices are paired.
4. Put on your headset and enjoy the music. (See “Adjusting the Volume” on page 27.) (See
“Skipping Tracks” on page 27.)
PAIRING THE HEADSET WITH THE IVT
BLUESOLEIL PROGRAM
The IVT BlueSoleil program allows you to pair with many different Bluetooth devices such as
cameras, mobile phones and headsets.
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In order to connect and share services via Bluetooth wireless technology, the two devices must
support the same Bluetooth Profile(s). One device must be act as a server; the other must be the
client. Refer to the IVT BlueSoleil Help utility for more information.
Note the following when pairing with devices:
• The device must be turned on.
• The device must have sufficient battery power.
• Certain devices must be set to “discoverable” mode.
Refer to the following to pair your headset with your computer.
1. Connect the transmitter to a USB connector on your computer.
2. Set the Mode switch to USB.
3. Press and hold the Pair/answer button on the headset until the link LED flashes yellow.
4. Click Start -> All Programs -> IVT BlueSoleil -> BlueSoleil to open the IVT BlueSoleil program.
5. Click the red ball in the center of the Main Window to search for devices in range.
6. When your headset is detected the Cyber Headphone icon appears. (Other Bluetooth
devices that are in range also appear.)
7. Right-click the Cyber Headphone icon and select Pair Device.
8. Type in the default passkey [0000] and click OK.
9. After sucessfull pairing two new services appear at the top-right of the Main Window.
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USING THE HEADSET WITH YOUR COMPUTER
Once you have paired the headset with your computer, you can listen to music on your computer,
or talk with friends using network meeting tools.
PAIRING WITH A BLUETOOTH ENABLED PHONE
Refer to the following to pair the headset with a Bluetooth enabled phone.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press and hold Pair/answer on the headset until the link LED flashes yellow.
Scroll to Bluetooth in the menu of your phone and look for a setting such as active device.
Select Cyber Headphone when it appears in the phone menu.
When prompted, type in the default password [0000].
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ANSWERING CALLS
Refer to the following to answer a call.
1. When your phone rings, press Pair/answer (
) on the headset.
2. Adjust the volume as you want.
3. Press Pair/answer to end your call.
Headset Operation
Once you have paired with a device, operating the headset is easy. You can skip tracks and
adjust the volume without removing the headset.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
Refer to the following to adjust the volume.
Press the left side of the volume button to decrease the volume.
Press the right side of the volume button to increase the volume.
SKIPPING TRACKS
Refer to the following to skip tracks.
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Press the left side of the skip button to go to the previous track.
Press the right side of the skip button to go to the next track.
Previous
Next
APPENDIX
Troubleshooting
Try the following if the headset or transmitter do not work:
• Ensure connecting devices are charged.
• Unplug the transmitter from your computer and then connect it again.
• Turn off all devices and then turn them on again in the order shown in this
guide.
• Ensure devices are within the 10-meter (33 feet) range.
• Ensure no obstructions such as concrete walls are between connecting
devices.
If the devices are still not working after trying the above, pack the headset and transmitter in the
original package and return the package to your reseller.
Resetting the Headset
If the headset hangs or does not respond, try resetting it. Open the cover
of the USB connector and use a paper clip to press the reset button.
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Headset and Transmitter LEDs Detailed Descriptions
HEADSET LED
Function
Power on/off mode
Audio streaming mode
Searching (pairing) channel
Connection mode
Disconnection mode
Idle mode
LED Status
Yellow quick flash interval 0.1s
Blue slow flash interval 0.3s
Yellow quick flash interval 0.1s
Blue slow flash interval 0.3s
Yellow Slow flash interval 0.3s
1. Blue quick flash interval 0.1s
Incoming-receiving mode
2. Yellow quick flash interval 0.1s
Incoming-talking mode
Outgoing-dialing mode
Outgoing-talking mode
Charging mode
Charging full mode
Blue slow flash interval 0.3s
Red LED on
Green LED on
USB CONNECTOR
Function
Power on to USB connection
Pairing mode
Idle mode
Connection mode
Charging mode
Charging full mode
LED Status
No LED on
Yellow LED on
Yellow quick flash
Yellow LED on
Red LED on
Green LED on
AUDIO JACK
Function
Power on to audio jack
Pairing mode
Idle mode
Connection mode
Charging mode
Charging full mode
LED Status
Blue slow flash interval 0.1s
Blue quick flash interval 0.1s
No LED ON
Blue quick flash interval 0.35s
Red LED on
Green LED on
Available Services
You connect the transmitter to your computer through a USB connector, or to an audio out (headset) connector. The services available for each connection are shown below.
AUDIO CONNECTION
Skype
Skype (headset)
—
Music and Skype
Music
Music and Skype
voice, but no
microphone
Mobile phone
Skype stopped,
transfer to mobile
phone
Skype stopped,
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Music (A2DP)
Mobile phone (talking/
standby)
Mobile phone
(standby)
voice, but no
microphone
—
transfer to mobile
phone
Not available
Not available
—
Available
Available
Available
USB CONNECTION WITH IVT BLUESOLEIL
Skype
Music
Mixed mono music
and Skype voice
Mobile phone
Skype (headset)
—
Music (A2DP)
You can hear ring
tone, but you can not
answer
—
Not available
Not available
—
Available
Available
Available
Mobile phone (talking)
Mobile phone
(standby)
Not available
Music suspends and
transfers to phone.
When call ended,
music resumes.
Specifications
TRANSMITTER HEADSET
General Radio
Bluetooth Class 2, up to 5 ~ 10 meters (open space)
Operating range depends on paired phone model, battery power,
and environmental factors.
Carrier Frequency:
2.402~2.480 GHZ
Data Rate:
1 Mbps
Spread Spectrum
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Modulation Method
GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
Multi-transfers
Maximum five different Bluetooth enabled devices (Non A2DP pro
file)
Auto-switching
While listening to music, you can receive or make a phone call with a
paired mobile phone.
S/N Ratio
> 88 dB
Audio Format
SBC
Sensitivity
< 0.1% BER at -85 dBm
RF Output Power (Class 2)
0±4 dBm
Power Consumption
Tx Typical: 63mA
Rx Typical: 68mA
Input Power
5V 500mA, AC adapter
USB cable connected to computer
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Weight
22 grams
Dimensions (L x W x H)
67 mm x 26 mm x 15 mm
Built-in Battery
3.7V / 370mAh / Li-Polymer, rechargeable
Battery Life
Up to 5.5 hours (factors such as distance between devices, and
type of mobile phone used increase power consumption).
Dynamic Power Management
Automatic power consumption control
Operating Temperature
0 to 60 degrees centigrade
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
General Radio
Bluetooth Class 2, up to 5~10 meters (open space)
Operating range depends on paired phone model, battery power,
and environmental factors.
Carrier Frequency
2.402~2.480GHZ
Data Rate
1 Mbps
Spread Spectrum
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Modulation Method
GFSK (Gaussian Frequency Shift Keying)
Auto-switching
While listening to music, you can receive or make a phone call with a
paired mobile phone.
S/N Ratio
> 88 dB
Interface
30 mm stereo speaker
Audio Format
SBC
Sensitivity
< 0.1% BER at -85 dBm
RF Output Power (Class 2)
0±4 dBm
Power Consumption
Tx Typical: 63mA
Rx Typical: 68mA
Input Power
5V 500mA, AC adapter
Listening/talking Time
Up to 7 hours (factors such as distance between devices, and type
of mobile phone used increase power consumption).
Dimensions (D x H)
54 mm x 25 mm
Weight
80 grams
I/O port
Charging: Mini-B USB Jack power adapter
Microphone
Built-in microphone for mobile phone use
Built-in Battery
3.7V / 500mAh / Li-Polymer rechargeable
Battery Life
Up to 7 hours
Dynamic Power Management
Automatically Power control for power consumption
Operating Temperature
0 to 60C
Operating Humidity
0 to 95% (non-condensing)
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