MDR-1000X - Gibbys Electronic Supermarket

MDR-1000X - Gibbys Electronic Supermarket
MDR-1000X
MDR-1000X
x2
4-595-261-11(1)
MDR-10
00X
MDR-1000X
MIC
Optimizer
MIC
http://rd1.sony.net/help/mdr/1000x/h_zz/
x2
“Optimizer Start”
“Voice”
“Normal”
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AMBIENT SOUND
AMBIENT SOUND
http://rd1.sony.net/help/mdr/1000x/h_zz/
MDR-100
0X
x2
4-595-262-12(1)
Wireless Noise
Canceling Stereo
Headset
Casque stéréo sans
fil réducteur de bruits
Auriculares estéreo
inalámbricos con
función de supresión
de ruido
Reference Guide
US
Guide de référence
FR
Guía de referencia
ES
Be sure that you use the supplied headphone cable on an
airplane.
Ş Due to the characteristic of BLUETOOTH wireless technology, the
sound played on this unit is slightly delayed from the sound
played on the BLUETOOTH device during talking on the
telephone or listening to the music.
Ş This unit supports security capabilities that comply with the
BLUETOOTH standard to provide a secure connection when the
BLUETOOTH wireless technology is used, but security may not be
enough depending on the setting. Be careful when
communicating using BLUETOOTH wireless technology.
Ş We do not take any responsibility for the leakage of information
during BLUETOOTH communications.
Ş Connection with all BLUETOOTH devices cannot be guaranteed.
– A device featuring BLUETOOTH function is required to conform
to the BLUETOOTH standard specified by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and be authenticated.
– Even if the connected device conforms to the above
mentioned BLUETOOTH standard, some devices may not be
connected or work correctly, depending on the features or
specifications of the device.
– While talking on the phone hands free, noise may occur,
depending on the device or communication environment.
Ş Depending on the device to be connected, it may require some
time to start communications.
Ş If you have any questions or problems concerning this unit that
are not covered in this manual, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer.
Optional replacement earpads can be ordered from your
nearest authorized Sony retailer or www.sony.com.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
If the unit does not operate properly
Ş Reset the unit.
Press the Æ and NC buttons simultaneously while charging. The
unit will be reset. Pairing information is not deleted.
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MDR-1000X
©2016 Sony Corporation Printed in Malaysia
http://www.sony.net/
English
Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are registered trademarks
or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
WARNING
Mac and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other
countries.
CAUTION: Risk of Fire and Burns. Do Not Open, Crush, Heat
Above 140°F or Incinerate.
Qualcomm® is a trademark of Qualcomm Incorporated, registered
in the United States and other countries, used with permission.
Qualcomm aptX™ audio is a trademark of Qualcomm Technologies
International, Ltd., registered in the United States and other
countries, used with permission.
Information
FOR UNITED STATES CUSTOMERS. NOT APPLICABLE IN
CANADA, INCLUDING IN THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
POUR LES CONSOMMATEURS AUX ÉTATS-UNIS. NON
APPLICABLE AU CANADA, Y COMPRIS LA PROVINCE DE
QUÉBEC.
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.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
This equipment must not be co-located or operated in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Note
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.
This device complies with Industry Canada’s licence-exempt RSSs.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference;
and
(2) This device must accept any interference, including interference
that may cause undesired operation of the device.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set
forth for an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure Guidelines and RSS-102 of the IC radio
frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels
of RF energy that is deemed to comply without testing of specific
absorption rate (SAR).
The LDAC™ name and logo is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks
owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony
Corporation is under license.
The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum,
Inc. in the United States and in other countries.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective
owners.
Precautions
On BLUETOOTH communications
Ş BLUETOOTH wireless technology operates within a range of
about 10 m (30 feet). Maximum communication range may vary
depending on obstacles (human body, metal, wall, etc.) or
electromagnetic environment.
Ş The antenna is built into the unit as illustrated in the dotted line.
The sensitivity of the BLUETOOTH communications will improve
by turning the direction of the built-in antenna to the connected
BLUETOOTH device. When obstacles are between the antenna of
the connected device and the built-in antenna of this unit, noise
or audio dropout may occur, or communications may be
disabled.
Ş If the problem persists even after the resetting operation above,
initialize the unit as follows.
Disconnect the micro-USB cable from the micro-USB port, turn
off the unit, then hold down the Æ and AMBIENT SOUND buttons
simultaneously for more than 7 seconds. The indicator (blue)
flashes 4 times, and the unit is reset to the factory settings. All
pairing information is deleted.
Ş After the unit is initialized, it may not connect to your iPhone or
computer. In this case, delete the pairing information of the unit
from the iPhone or computer, and then pair them again.
What is noise canceling?
Ş The noise canceling circuit actually senses outside noise with
built-in microphones and sends an equal-but-opposite canceling
signal to the unit.
– The noise canceling effect may not be pronounced in a very
quiet environment, or some noise may be heard.
– Depending on how you wear the unit, the noise canceling
effect may vary or a beeping sound (howling) may occur. In
these cases, take off the unit and put it on again.
– The noise canceling function works for noise in the low
frequency band primarily. Although noise is reduced, it is not
canceled completely.
– When you use the unit in a train or a car, noise may occur
depending on street conditions.
– Mobile phones may cause interference and noise. Should this
occur, locate the unit further away from the mobile phone.
– Do not cover the microphones of the unit with your hands. The
noise canceling function or the Ambient Sound Mode may not
work properly, or a beeping sound (howling) may occur. In
these cases, take your hands off of the microphones of the
unit.
The actual range will vary depending on factors such as
obstacles between devices, magnetic fields around a microwave
oven, static electricity, reception sensitivity, antenna’s
performance, operating system, software application, etc.
BLUETOOTH standard profiles indicate the purpose of
BLUETOOTH communications between devices.
Codec: Audio signal compression and conversion format
Subband Codec
Advanced Audio Coding
Depending on the in-flight entertainment services, it may not be
supported.
Ş BLUETOOTH communications may be disabled, or noise or audio
dropout may occur under the following conditions.
– There is a human body between the unit and the BLUETOOTH
device.
This situation may be improved by placing the BLUETOOTH
device facing the antenna of the unit.
– There is an obstacle, such as metal or wall, between the unit
and the BLUETOOTH device.
– A device using 2.4 GHz frequency, such as a Wi-Fi device,
cordless telephone, or microwave oven, is in use near this unit.
Ş Because BLUETOOTH devices and Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11b/g/n) use the
same frequency (2.4 GHz), microwave interference may occur
resulting in noise or audio dropout or communications being
disabled if this unit is used near a Wi-Fi device. In such a case,
perform the following.
– Use this unit at least 10 m (30 feet) away from the Wi-Fi device.
– If this unit is used within 10 m (30 feet) of a Wi-Fi device, turn
off the Wi-Fi device.
– Install this unit and the BLUETOOTH device as near to each
other as possible.
Ş Microwaves emitting from a BLUETOOTH device may affect the
operation of electronic medical devices. Turn off this unit and
other BLUETOOTH devices in the following locations, as it may
cause an accident:
– where inflammable gas is present, in a hospital, or a petrol
station
– near automatic doors or a fire alarm
Ş When you use the unit on an airplane, follow the instructions of
cabin attendants or ask the airline you fly with about conditions
for using the unit.
If you do not use the supplied headphone cable, radio waves
may affect instruments, causing risk of accident due to
malfunction.
Ş If you paste stickers, etc. on the touch sensor, the touch sensor
may not operate correctly.
Ş Be careful not to catch your finger in the unit when folding.
Ş When you use the unit as wired headphones, use the supplied
headphone cable only. Make sure that the headphone cable is
firmly inserted.
Ş Do not place this unit in a place exposed to humidity, dust, soot
or steam, or subject to direct sunlight. Do not leave the unit in a
car for a long time. It may cause a malfunction.
Ş Using the BLUETOOTH device may not function on mobile
phones, depending on radio wave conditions and location where
the equipment is being used.
Ş Listening with this unit at high volume may affect your hearing.
Ş For traffic safety, do not use this unit while driving or cycling.
Ş Do not use the unit in places where it would be dangerous if you
are unable to hear ambient sound, such as at railroad crossings,
train station platforms, and construction sites.
Ş Do not put weight or pressure on this unit as it may cause the
unit to deform during long storage.
Ş Do not subject the unit to excessive shock.
Ş Clean the unit with a soft dry cloth.
Ş Do not expose the unit to water. The unit is not waterproof.
Remember to follow the precautions below.
– Be careful not to drop the unit into a sink or other container
filled with water.
– Do not use the unit in humid locations or bad weather, such as
in the rain or snow.
– Do not get the unit wet.
If you touch the unit with wet hands, or put the unit in a damp
article of clothing, the unit may get wet and this may cause a
malfunction of the unit.
Ş If you experience discomfort after using the unit, stop using the
unit immediately.
Ş The earpads may deteriorate due to longterm storage or use.
Receiver
Type: Closed, Dynamic
Driver unit: 40 mm
Frequency response: 4 Hz - 40,000 Hz (when connecting via the
headphone cable with the unit turned on)
Impedance:
46 Ω (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with
the unit turned on)
14 Ω (1 kHz) (when connecting via the headphone cable with
the unit turned off)
Sensitivity:
103 dB/mW (when connecting via the headphone cable with
the unit turned on)
98 dB/mW (when connecting via the headphone cable with
the unit turned off)
Type: Electret condenser
Directivity: Omni directional
Effective frequency range: 100 Hz - 8,000 Hz
System requirements for battery
charge using USB
Personal Computer with pre-installed with any of the following
operating systems and USB port:
Operating Systems
(when using Windows)
Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro
Windows 8.1 / Windows 8.1 Pro
Windows 8 / Windows 8 Pro
Windows 7
Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate
Windows Vista (Service Pack 2 or later)
Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate
®
®
®
®
Ş Cet appareil prend uniquement en charge les appels entrants
normaux. Les applications d’appel pour les téléphones
intelligents et ordinateurs ne sont pas prises en charge.
Chargement de l’appareil
Ş Cet appareil peut être chargé uniquement par USB. Un ordinateur
personnel avec port USB est requis pour le chargement.
Ş Lors du chargement, il n’est pas possible de mettre cet appareil
en marche ni d’utiliser les fonctions BLUETOOTH et de réduction
de bruits.
Ş Vous pouvez utiliser l’appareil en connectant le câble de casque
d’écoute fourni, même pendant le chargement de l’appareil.
Ş Si vous n’utilisez pas l’appareil pendant une période prolongée,
la batterie rechargeable risque de ne pas fournir une charge
suffisante. La batterie pourra fournir une charge adéquate après
plusieurs chargements et déchargements.
Ş Si vous rangez l’appareil pendant une période prolongée,
chargez la batterie tous les six mois pour éviter un
déchargement excessif.
Ş Si la durée d’utilisation de l’appareil devient très courte, vous
devez remplacer la batterie rechargeable par une nouvelle.
Veuillez contacter votre détaillant Sony le plus proche afin de
remplacer la batterie.
Remarque sur l’électricité statique
Ş L’électricité statique qui s’accumule dans le corps peut causer de
légers picotements dans les oreilles. Pour réduire cet effet, portez
des vêtements fabriqués en matières naturelles.
Si l’appareil ne fonctionne pas correctement
Ş Réinitialisez l’appareil.
Appuyez sur les boutons Æ et NC simultanément pendant le
chargement. L’appareil sera réinitialisé. Les informations de
jumelage ne sont pas supprimées.
Mac et Mac OS sont des marques commerciales de Apple Inc.,
déposées aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays.
iPhone est une marque commerciale de Apple Inc., déposée aux
États-Unis et dans d’autres pays.
Qualcomm® est une marque de commerce de Qualcomm
Incorporated, déposée aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays, utilisée
avec autorisation. Qualcomm aptX™ audio est une marque de
commerce de Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd., déposée
aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays, utilisée avec autorisation.
®
®
®
®
(when using Mac)
Mac OS X (version.10.8 or later)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
NC
Æ
Les autres marques commerciales et noms commerciaux
appartiennent à leurs propriétaires respectifs.
Précautions
Communications BLUETOOTH
Ş La technologie sans fil BLUETOOTH fonctionne dans un rayon
d’environ 10 m (30 pieds). La portée de communication maximale
peut varier en fonction des obstacles (personnes, objets
métalliques, murs, etc.) ou de l’environnement
électromagnétique.
Ş L’illustration ci-dessous indique l’emplacement de l’antenne
intégrée sur l’appareil. Vous pouvez améliorer la sensibilité des
communications BLUETOOTH en orientant l’antenne intégrée
vers le périphérique BLUETOOTH connecté. Lorsque des
obstacles se trouvent entre l’antenne du périphérique connecté
et l’antenne intégrée de cet appareil, des parasites ou des pertes
de niveau audio peuvent se produire, ou les communications
peuvent être interrompues.
Wireless noise canceling stereo
headset
Power source:
DC 3.7 V: Built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery
DC 5 V: When charged using USB
Mass: Approx. 275 g (9.70 oz)
Operating temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Usage hours:
When connecting via the BLUETOOTH device
Music playback time:
Max. 20 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode), Max. 22 hours
(NC OFF)
Communication time:
Max. 24 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode), Max. 26 hours
(NC OFF)
Standby time:
Max. 34 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode), Max. 120 hours
(NC OFF)
When connecting via the headphone cable with the unit
turned on
Max. 30 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode), Max. 36 hours
(NC OFF)
Note: Usage hours may be shorter depending on the Codec
and the conditions of use.
Charging time:
Approx. 4 hours
This unit can be used for 6 hours after
1 hour charging.
Note: Charging hours may be different depending on the
conditions of use.
Charging temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C (41 °F to 95 °F)
Microphone
Microphones
Others
À propos de l’utilisation d’applications d’appel pour les
téléphones intelligents et ordinateurs
Microsoft, Windows et Windows Vista sont des marques déposées
ou des marques de commerce de Microsoft Corporation aux
États-Unis et/ou dans les autres pays.
General
Communication system: BLUETOOTH Specification version 4.1
Output: BLUETOOTH Specification Power Class 2
Maximum communication range: Line of sight approx. 10 m (30
ft)1)
Frequency band: 2.4 GHz band (2.4000 GHz - 2.4835 GHz)
Modulation method: FHSS
Compatible BLUETOOTH profiles2):
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
HFP (Hands-free Profile)
HSP (Headset Profile)
Supported Codec3): SBC4) , AAC5) , aptX, LDAC
Supported content protection method: SCMS-T
Transmission range (A2DP):
20 Hz - 20,000 Hz (Sampling frequency 44.1 kHz)
20 Hz - 40,000 Hz (Sampling frequency LDAC 96 kHz,
990 kbps)
Included items:
Wireless noise canceling stereo headset (1)
Micro-USB cable (approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 in.)) (1)
Headphone cable (approx. 1.5 m (59 1/8 in.)) (1)
Carrying case (1)
Plug adaptor for airplane (1)6)
Reference Guide (this sheet) (1)
Operating Instructions (1)
Other documents (1 set)
2)
Æ
N-Mark est une marque commerciale ou une marque déposée de
NFC Forum, Inc. aux États-Unis et dans d’autres pays.
Specifications
1)
NC
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR d’Industrie Canada
applicables aux appareils radio exempts de licence. L’exploitation
est autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes :
1) l’appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage;
2) l’utilisateur de l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage
radioélectrique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible d’en
compromettre le fonctionnement.
La marque et les logos Bluetooth® sont des marques déposées de
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. qui sont utilisées sous licence uniquement par
Sony Corporation.
On charging the unit
Ş Static electricity accumulated in the body may cause mild
tingling in your ears. To minimize the effect, wear clothes made
from natural materials.
MISE EN GARDE : Risque d’incendie et de brûlures. Ne pas
ouvrir, écraser, chauffer à plus de 60 °C ou incinérer.
Le nom et le logo LDAC™ sont une marque commerciale de Sony
Corporation.
On the use of calling apps for smartphones and computers
Note on static electricity
Pour éviter tout risque d’électrocution, n’ouvrez pas le
coffret. Ne confiez les réparations qu’à un technicien qualifié.
Cet équipement est conforme aux limites d’exposition aux
rayonnements énoncées pour un environnement non contrôlé et
respecte les règles les radioélectriques (RF) de la FCC lignes
directrices d’exposition et d’exposition aux fréquences
radioélectriques (RF) CNR-102 de l’IC. Cet équipement émet une
énergie RF très faible qui est considérée comme conforme sans
évaluation du débit d’absorption spécifique (DAS).
Ş The situation may be improved by setting the sound quality
mode to “priority on sound quality.” For details, refer to the Help
Guide.
Ş The situation may be improved by changing the wireless
playback quality settings or fixing the wireless playback mode to
SBC on the transmitting device. For details, refer to the operating
instructions supplied with the transmitting device.
Ş This unit can be charged using USB only. Personal computer with
USB port is required for charging.
Ş This unit cannot be turned on, nor can the BLUETOOTH and noise
canceling functions be used, during charging.
Ş You can use the unit by connecting the supplied headphone
cable, even while charging the unit.
Ş If you do not use the unit for a long time, the rechargeable
battery may not be able to keep sufficient charge. The battery
will be able to keep a charge properly after repeatedly
discharging and charging several times.
Ş If you store the unit for a long time, charge the battery once
every half year to prevent over-discharge.
Ş If the length of time you can use the unit became extremely
short, the rechargeable battery should be replaced with a new
one. Please contact your nearest Sony dealer for a battery
replacement.
AVERTISSEMENT
Information
Location of the serial number label
If sound skips frequently during playback
Ş This unit supports normal incoming calls only. Calling apps for
smartphones and computers are not supported.
Français
Ş Les communications BLUETOOTH peuvent être interrompues, ou
bien des parasites ou des pertes de niveau audio peuvent se
produire dans les conditions suivantes.
– Une personne se trouve entre l’appareil et le périphérique
BLUETOOTH.
Vous pourriez améliorer la situation en plaçant le périphérique
BLUETOOTH face à l’antenne de l’appareil.
– Un obstacle, par exemple un objet métallique ou un mur, se
trouve entre l’appareil et le périphérique BLUETOOTH.
– Un appareil utilisant une fréquence de 2,4 GHz, par exemple un
périphérique Wi-Fi, un téléphone sans fil ou un four à
micro-ondes, est utilisé à proximité de cet appareil.
Ş Comme les périphériques BLUETOOTH et Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11b/g/n)
utilisent la même fréquence (2,4 GHz), des interférences en
hyperfréquences peuvent se produire et entraîner des parasites,
des pertes de niveau audio ou l’interruption des communications
si cet appareil est utilisé à proximité d’un périphérique Wi-Fi. En
pareil cas, prenez les mesures suivantes.
– Utilisez cet appareil à une distance d’au moins 10 m (30 pieds)
du périphérique Wi-Fi.
– Si cet appareil est utilisé à moins de 10 m (30 pieds) d’un
périphérique Wi-Fi, éteignez le périphérique Wi-Fi.
– Installez cet appareil et le périphérique BLUETOOTH aussi près
que possible l’un de l’autre.
Ş Les émissions d’hyperfréquences d’un périphérique BLUETOOTH
peuvent perturber le fonctionnement des appareils médicaux
électroniques. Pour éviter de causer un accident, éteignez cet
appareil et les autres périphériques BLUETOOTH dans les
endroits suivants :
– en présence de gaz inflammable, dans un hôpital ou une
station-service
– à proximité de portes automatiques ou d’un avertisseur
d’incendie
Ş Lorsque vous utilisez l’appareil dans un avion, suivez les
instructions des agents de bord ou informez-vous auprès de la
compagnie aérienne des conditions d’utilisation de l’appareil.
Si vous n’utilisez pas le câble de casque d’écoute fourni, des
ondes radio pourraient affecter les instruments et risquer de
causer un accident en raison d’un problème de fonctionnement.
Assurez-vous d’utiliser le câble de casque d’écoute fourni
lorsque vous êtes en avion.
Ş En raison des caractéristiques de la technologie sans fil
BLUETOOTH, le son reproduit sur cet appareil est légèrement
décalé par rapport au son en cours de lecture sur le périphérique
BLUETOOTH pendant une conversation téléphonique ou l’écoute
de la musique.
Ş Cet appareil prend en charge les caractéristiques de sécurité
conformes à la norme BLUETOOTH pour offrir une connexion
sécurisée lors de l’utilisation de la technologie sans fil
BLUETOOTH; cependant, la sécurité pourrait être insuffisante
selon le réglage. Soyez prudent lorsque vous communiquez au
moyen de la technologie sans fil BLUETOOTH.
Ş Nous ne pouvons être tenus responsables de la fuite
d’informations survenant lors de communications BLUETOOTH.
Ş La connexion ne peut pas être garantie avec tous les
périphériques BLUETOOTH.
– Un périphérique doté de la fonction BLUETOOTH est nécessaire
pour la conformité à la norme BLUETOOTH spécifiée par
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. et pour l’authentification.
– Même si le périphérique connecté est conforme à la norme
BLUETOOTH mentionnée précédemment, certains
périphériques peuvent ne pas se connecter ou ne pas
fonctionner correctement, selon leurs caractéristiques ou
spécifications.
– Selon le périphérique ou l’environnement de communication,
des parasites peuvent se produire lors des communications
téléphoniques en mains libres.
Ş Selon le périphérique à connecter, le démarrage des
communications peut prendre un certain temps.
Si le son est fréquemment saccadé pendant la lecture
Ş Vous pourriez améliorer la situation en réglant le mode de
qualité sonore à « priorité à la qualité sonore ». Pour plus de
détails, reportez-vous au manuel d’aide.
Ş Vous pourriez améliorer la situation en modifiant les réglages de
qualité de lecture sans fil ou en réglant le mode de lecture sans
fil à SBC sur le périphérique émetteur. Pour plus de détails,
reportez-vous au mode d’emploi fourni avec le périphérique
émetteur.
Ş Si le problème persiste même après l’opération de réinitialisation
ci-dessus, initialisez l’appareil comme suit.
Déconnectez le câble micro-USB du port micro-USB, éteignez
l’appareil, puis maintenez enfoncés les boutons Æ et AMBIENT
SOUND simultanément pendant plus de 7 secondes. Le témoin
(bleu) clignote 4 fois et l’appareil est réinitialisé à ses paramètres
d’usine. Toutes les informations de jumelage sont supprimées.
Ş Une fois l’appareil initialisé, il pourrait ne pas se connecter à
votre iPhone ou ordinateur. En pareil cas, supprimez les
informations de jumelage de l’appareil sur le iPhone ou
l’ordinateur, puis jumelez-les de nouveau.
Qu’est-ce que la réduction de bruits?
Ş Le circuit de réduction de bruits capte les bruits extérieurs à
l’aide de micros intégrés et envoie à l’appareil un signal de
réduction de niveau identique, mais opposé.
– Il est possible que l’effet de la réduction de bruits ne soit pas
très prononcé dans un environnement très silencieux ou
certains bruits peuvent être audibles.
– Selon la façon dont vous portez l’appareil, l’effet de la
réduction de bruits peut varier ou un bip sonore (sifflement)
peut se produire. En pareils cas, enlevez l’appareil, puis
portez-le de nouveau.
– La fonction de réduction de bruits fonctionne principalement
pour la bande des basses fréquences. Bien que les bruits
soient atténués, ils ne sont pas complètement inaudibles.
– Lorsque vous utilisez l’appareil dans un train ou une voiture,
des bruits peuvent se produire en fonction de l’état de la route.
– Les téléphones cellulaires peuvent générer des interférences et
des parasites. Si cela se produit, éloignez l’appareil du
téléphone cellulaire.
– Ne couvrez pas les micros de l’appareil avec les mains. La
fonction anti-bruit ou le Mode sonore ambiant pourrait ne pas
fonctionner correctement, ou un bip sonore (sifflement)
pourrait se produire. En pareils cas, enlevez vos mains des
micros de l’appareil.
Micros
Autres
Ş Si vous collez des autocollants, etc. sur le capteur tactile, celui-ci
pourrait ne pas fonctionner correctement.
Ş Veillez à ne pas vous coincer les doigts dans l’appareil lorsque
vous le pliez.
Ş Pour utiliser l’appareil en tant que casque d’écoute avec câble,
utilisez uniquement le câble de casque d’écoute fourni.
Assurez-vous d’insérer fermement le câble de casque d’écoute.
Ş Ne placez pas cet appareil dans un endroit exposé à l’humidité,
la poussière, la suie, la vapeur ou la lumière directe du soleil. Ne
laissez pas l’appareil dans une voiture pendant une longue
durée. Cela pourrait causer un problème de fonctionnement.
Ş Le périphérique BLUETOOTH peut ne pas fonctionner avec les
téléphones cellulaires, selon les conditions des ondes radio et
l’endroit où l’appareil est utilisé.
Ş Vous risquez de subir des lésions auditives si vous utilisez cet
appareil à un volume élevé.
Ş Pour des raisons de sécurité, n’utilisez pas cet appareil en voiture
ou à vélo.
Ş N’utilisez pas l’appareil dans des endroits où il serait dangereux
de ne pas entendre les sons ambiants, comme des passages à
niveau, des quais de gare et des sites de construction.
Ş N’appliquez aucun poids ou n’exercez aucune pression sur cet
appareil, car cela pourrait le déformer lors des longues périodes
de rangement.
Ş Ne soumettez pas l’appareil à un choc excessif.
Ş Nettoyez l’appareil avec un chiffon doux et sec.
Ş N’exposez pas l’appareil à l’eau. L’appareil n’est pas étanche.
Souvenez-vous d’observer les précautions ci-dessous.
– Veillez à ne pas échapper l’appareil dans un évier ou tout autre
récipient rempli d’eau.
– N’utilisez pas l’appareil dans des endroits humides ou par
mauvais temps, notamment sous la pluie ou la neige.
– Ne laissez pas l’appareil se faire mouiller.
Si vous touchez l’appareil pendant que vous avez les mains
mouillées, ou encore si vous placez l’appareil dans un article
ou vêtement humide, l’appareil pourrait se faire mouiller et un
problème de fonctionnement risque de survenir.
Ş Si vous éprouvez une sensation désagréable après avoir utilisé
l’appareil, cessez de l’utiliser immédiatement.
Ş Les oreillettes peuvent se détériorer à la suite d’un rangement ou
d’une utilisation pendant une période prolongée.
Ş En cas de questions ou de problèmes concernant cet appareil qui
ne sont pas abordés dans ce manuel, veuillez contacter votre
détaillant Sony le plus proche.
Des oreillettes de rechange en option peuvent être
commandées auprès de votre détaillant Sony le plus proche
ou sur le site www.sony.com.
Vous êtes avisé du fait que tout changement ou toute
modification ne faisant pas l’objet d’une autorisation expresse
dans ce manuel pourrait annuler votre droit d’utiliser cet
appareil.
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ADVERTENCIA
Para evitar descargas eléctricas, no abra la unidad. En caso
de avería, solicite los servicios de personal cualificado.
El nombre y el logotipo de LDAC™ son marcas comerciales de Sony
Corporation.
Nota sobre la electricidad estática
Ş La electricidad estática acumulada en el cuerpo puede causar un
ligero hormigueo en sus orejas. Para minimizar el efecto, utilice
ropa de materiales naturales.
Ş Reinicie la unidad.
Presione los botones Æ y CR simultáneamente durante la carga.
Se reiniciará la unidad. No se elimina la información de
emparejamiento.
La marca de la palabra y logotipos Bluetooth® son marcas
comerciales registradas y son propiedad de Bluetooth SIG, Inc., y
Sony Corporation posee licencia para utilizar cualquiera de dichas
marcas.
N-Mark es una marca comercial o una marca comercial registrada
de NFC Forum, Inc. en los Estados Unidos y en otros países.
Microsoft, Windows y Windows Vista son marcas comerciales
registradas o marcas comerciales de Microsoft Corporation en
Estados Unidos y en otros países.
Spécifications
Généralités
Système de communication : Spécification BLUETOOTH version 4.1
Sortie : Spécification BLUETOOTH pour classe de puissance 2
Portée de communication maximale : En ligne directe, environ
10 m (30 pi)1)
Bande de fréquence : Bande 2,4 GHz (2,4000 GHz – 2,4835 GHz)
Méthode de modulation : FHSS
Profils BLUETOOTH compatibles2) :
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile)
HFP (Hands-free Profile)
HSP (Headset Profile)
Codecs pris en charge3) : SBC4) , AAC5) , aptX, LDAC
Méthode de protection de contenu prise en charge : SCMS-T
Plage de transmission (A2DP) :
20 Hz – 20 000 Hz (fréquence d’échantillonnage de 44,1 kHz)
20 Hz – 40 000 Hz (fréquence d’échantillonnage de 96 kHz
LDAC, 990 kbit/s)
Éléments inclus :
Casque stéréo sans fil réducteur de bruits (1)
Câble micro-USB (environ 50 cm (19 3/4 po)) (1)
Câble de casque d’écoute (environ 1,5 m (59 1/8 po)) (1)
Étui de transport (1)
Adaptateur de fiche pour avion (1)6)
Guide de référence (ce feuillet) (1)
Mode d’emploi (1)
Autres documents (1 ensemble)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
La portée réelle varie en fonction de nombreux facteurs, tels que
la présence d’obstacles entre les périphériques, les champs
magnétiques autour des fours à micro-ondes, l’électricité
statique, la sensibilité de la réception, les performances de
l’antenne, le système d’exploitation ou les applications
logicielles, etc.
Les profils standard BLUETOOTH indiquent la fonction des
communications BLUETOOTH entre les périphériques.
Codec : Format de conversion et compression du signal audio
Codec de sous-bande
Codage audio avancé
Selon les services de divertissement de bord, il pourrait ne pas
être pris en charge.
Casque stéréo sans fil réducteur de
bruits
Source d’alimentation :
3,7 V CC : Batterie rechargeable au lithium-ion intégrée
5 V CC : Lors du chargement par USB
Masse : Environ 275 g (9,70 oz)
Température de fonctionnement : 0 °C à 40 °C (32 °F à 104 °F)
Nombre d’heures d’utilisation :
Lors de la connexion via le périphérique BLUETOOTH
Durée de lecture musicale :
Max. 20 heures (fonction NC activée, Mode sonore
ambiant), Max. 22 heures (fonction NC désactivée)
Durée de communication :
Max. 24 heures (fonction NC activée, Mode sonore ambiant),
Max. 26 heures (fonction NC désactivée)
Durée de veille :
Max. 34 heures (fonction NC activée, Mode sonore
ambiant), Max. 120 heures (fonction NC désactivée)
Lors de la connexion via le câble de casque d’écoute pendant
que l’appareil est en marche
Max. 30 heures (fonction NC activée, Mode sonore
ambiant), Max. 36 heures (fonction NC désactivée)
Remarque : Le nombre d’heures d’utilisation peut être
inférieur, selon le codec et les conditions d’utilisation.
Durée de chargement :
Environ 4 heures
Cet appareil peut être utilisé pendant 6 heures après 1 heure
de chargement.
Remarque : Le nombre d’heures de chargement peut être
différent, selon les conditions d’utilisation.
Température de chargement : 5 °C à 35 °C (41 °F à 95 °F)
Récepteur
Type : fermé, dynamique
Transducteur : 40 mm
Réponse en fréquence : 4 Hz – 40 000 Hz (lors de la connexion via
le câble de casque d’écoute pendant que l’appareil est en
marche)
Impédance :
46 Ω (1 kHz) (lors de la connexion via le câble de casque
d’écoute pendant que l’appareil est en marche)
14 Ω (1 kHz) (lors de la connexion via le câble de casque
d’écoute pendant que l’appareil est éteint)
Sensibilité :
103 dB/mW (lors de la connexion via le câble de casque
d’écoute pendant que l’appareil est en marche)
98 dB/mW (lors de la connexion via le câble de casque
d’écoute pendant que l’appareil est éteint)
Micro
Type : condensateur à électret
Directivité : omnidirectionnel
Plage de fréquences efficace : 100 Hz – 8 000 Hz
Configuration requise pour la charge
de la batterie via USB
Un ordinateur personnel équipé de l’un des systèmes
d’exploitation suivants et d’un port USB :
Systèmes d’exploitation
(lors de l’utilisation de Windows)
Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro
Windows 8.1 / Windows 8.1 Pro
Windows 8 / Windows 8 Pro
Windows 7
Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate
Windows Vista (Service Pack 2 ou plus récent)
Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
Mac y Mac OS son marcas registradas de Apple Inc., registradas en
Estados Unidos y otros países.
NC
iPhone es una marca comercial de Apple Inc., registrada en
Estados Unidos y otros países.
Æ
Qualcomm® es una marca comercial de Qualcomm Incorporated
registrada en los Estados Unidos y otros países y utilizada bajo
permiso autorizado. Qualcomm aptX™ audio es una marca
comercial de Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd. registrada
en los Estados Unidos y utilizada bajo permiso autorizado.
Las demás marcas y nombres comerciales pertenecen a sus
respectivos propietarios.
Precauciones
Sobre las comunicaciones BLUETOOTH
Ş La tecnología inalámbrica BLUETOOTH opera dentro de un rango
de alrededor de 10 m. El alcance máximo de la comunicación
puede variar dependiendo de los obstáculos (cuerpo humano,
metales, paredes, etc.) o el entorno electromagnético.
Ş La antena está integrada en la unidad tal como se ilustra en la
línea punteada. La sensibilidad de las comunicaciones
BLUETOOTH mejorará si se gira la dirección de la antena
integrada al dispositivo BLUETOOTH conectado. Cuando hay
obstáculos entre la antena del dispositivo conectado y la antena
integrada en esta unidad, pueden ocurrir ruidos o pérdidas de
audio, o se pueden deshabilitar las comunicaciones.
Ş Las comunicaciones BLUETOOTH se pueden deshabilitar, o
puede ocurrir ruido o pérdida de audio en las siguientes
condiciones:
– Hay un cuerpo humano entre la unidad y el dispositivo
BLUETOOTH.
Esta situación se puede mejorar al colocar el dispositivo
BLUETOOTH de cara a la antena de la unidad.
– Hay un obstáculo, como metales o paredes, entre la unidad y
el dispositivo BLUETOOTH.
– Un dispositivo que utiliza la frecuencia 2,4 GHz, como un
dispositivo Wi-Fi, teléfono inalámbrico, u horno microondas,
está en uso cerca de esta unidad.
Ş Debido a que los dispositivos BLUETOOTH y Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11b/
g/n) utilizan la misma frecuencia (2,4 GHz), puede ocurrir una
interferencia de microondas que resulte en ruido o pérdida de
audio, o que se deshabiliten las comunicaciones si esta unidad
se utiliza cerca de un dispositivo Wi-Fi. En dicho caso, realice lo
siguiente:
– Utilice esta unidad al menos a 10 m de distancia del dispositivo
Wi-Fi.
– Si esta unidad se utiliza dentro de los 10 m de un dispositivo
Wi-Fi, apague el dispositivo Wi-Fi.
– Instale esta unidad y el dispositivo BLUETOOTH tan cerca entre
sí como sea posible.
Ş Las microondas que se emiten desde un dispositivo BLUETOOTH
pueden afectar la operación de los dispositivos médicos
electrónicos. Apague esta unidad y otros dispositivos
BLUETOOTH en las siguientes ubicaciones, ya que pueden causar
un accidente:
– donde haya gas inflamable presente, en un hospital, o en una
estación de servicio
– cerca de puertas automáticas o una alarma contra incendios
Ş Cuando utiliza la unidad en un avión, siga las instrucciones de
los auxiliares de vuelo o pregunte a la aerolínea con la que viaja
acerca de las condiciones para utilizar la unidad.
Si no utiliza el cable de auricular suministrado, las ondas de radio
podrían afectar los instrumentos, y causar riesgo de accidente
debido a malfuncionamiento.
En un avión, asegúrese de utilizar el cable de auricular
suministrado.
Ş Debido a las características de la tecnología inalámbrica
BLUETOOTH, los sonidos reproducidos en esta unidad tienen una
ligera demora con respecto al sonido reproducido en el
dispositivo BLUETOOTH durante una conversación telefónica o la
reproducción de música.
Ş Esta unidad es compatible con capacidades de seguridad que
cumplen con el estándar BLUETOOTH para ofrecer una conexión
segura cuando se utiliza la tecnología inalámbrica BLUETOOTH,
pero la seguridad puede no ser suficiente dependiendo de los
ajustes. Tenga cuidado al comunicarse utilizando la tecnología
inalámbrica BLUETOOTH.
Ş No nos hacemos responsables por cualquier filtración de
información durante las comunicaciones BLUETOOTH.
Ş No se puede garantizar la conexión con todos los dispositivos
BLUETOOTH.
– Se necesita un dispositivo que cuente con la función
BLUETOOTH para conformar el estándar BLUETOOTH
especificado por Bluetooth SIG, Inc. y debe autenticarse.
– Incluso si el dispositivo conectado conforma el estándar
BLUETOOTH mencionado con anterioridad, puede ser que
algunos dispositivos no se conecten o no funcionen
correctamente, dependiendo de las características o
especificaciones del dispositivo.
– Pueden ocurrir ruidos mientras habla por teléfono manos
libres, dependiendo del dispositivo o del entorno de
comunicación.
Ş Puede ser necesario cierto tiempo para comenzar las
comunicaciones dependiendo del dispositivo a conectar.
Si el sonido salta con frecuencia durante la reproducción
(lors de l’utilisation d’un Mac)
Mac OS X (version 10.8 ou plus récente)
Ş La situación se puede mejorar al configurar el modo de la calidad
del sonido a “prioridad en calidad del sonido”. Para más detalles,
consulte la Guía de ayuda.
Ş La situación se puede mejorar al cambiar los ajustes de calidad
de reproducción inalámbrica o al fijar el modo de reproducción
inalámbrica a SBC en el dispositivo transmisor. Para obtener más
detalles, consulte las instrucciones de operación suministradas
con el dispositivo transmisor.
La conception et les spécifications peuvent être modifiées sans
préavis.
Cuando utilice aplicaciones de llamadas para smartphones
y computadoras
®
Ş Esta unidad admite solo llamadas entrantes normales. No se
admiten aplicaciones de llamadas para smartphones y
computadoras.
Al cargar la unidad
Ş Esta unidad solo se puede cargar mediante USB. Se requiere una
computadora personal con un puerto USB para realizar la carga.
Ş Esta unidad no se puede encender, ni se puede utilizar la función
BLUETOOTH y de cancelación de ruido, durante la carga.
Ş Puede utilizar la unidad conectando el cable de auricular
suministrado, aun durante la carga.
Ş Si no utiliza la unidad por un largo tiempo, puede que la batería
recargable no almacene la suficiente carga. La batería podrá
almacenar una carga en forma adecuada tras descargarla y
cargarla en forma repetida.
Ş Si almacena la unidad por un largo tiempo, cargue la batería una
vez cada seis meses para prevenir una descarga excesiva.
Ş Si el plazo de tiempo que usa la unidad se vuelve
extremadamente corto, se deberá reemplazar la batería
recargable por una nueva. Comuníquese con su distribuidor Sony
más cercano por un reemplazo de la batería.
Especificaciones
Generales
Si la unidad no opera en forma adecuada
Ş Si el problema persiste incluso después de la operación de
reinicio anterior, inicie la unidad de la siguiente manera:
Desconecte el cable micro-USB del puerto micro-USB y apague la
unidad. Luego, mantenga presionados los botones Æ y AMBIENT
SOUND simultáneamente por más de 7 segundos. El indicador
(azul) parpadea 4 veces, y la unidad se reinicia con los ajustes de
fábrica. Se elimina toda la información de emparejamiento.
Ş Una vez que se inicializa la unidad, puede que no se conecte a su
iPhone o a su computadora. En este caso, elimine la información
de emparejamiento de la unidad desde el iPhone o la
computadora, y luego vuelva a emparejarlos.
Sistema de comunicación: Especificación BLUETOOTH versión 4.1
Salida: Especificación BLUETOOTH Clase Energética 2
Rango máximo de comunicación: En línea recta aprox. 10 m1)
Banda de frecuencia: Banda de 2,4 GHz (2,4000 GHz - 2,4835 GHz)
Método de modulación: FHSS
Perfiles BLUETOOTH compatibles2):
A2DP (Perfil de distribución de audio avanzada)
AVRCP (Perfil de control remoto de audio y video)
HFP (Perfil de manos libres)
HSP (Perfil de auriculares)
Códec compatible3): SBC4) , AAC5) , aptX, LDAC
Método de protección de contenido compatible: SCMS-T
Rango de transmisión (A2DP):
20 Hz - 20 000 Hz (Frecuencia de muestreo 44,1 kHz)
20 Hz - 40 000 Hz (Frecuencia de muestreo LDAC 96 kHz,
990 kbps)
Artículos incluidos:
Auriculares estéreo inalámbricos con función de supresión
de ruido (1)
Cable micro-USB (aprox. 50 cm) (1)
Cable de auricular (aprox. 1,5 m) (1)
Estuche de transporte (1)
Adaptador de enchufe para avión (1)6)
Guía de referencia (este documento) (1)
Manual de instrucciones (1)
Otros documentos (1 conjunto)
1)
2)
3)
4)
¿Qué es la cancelación de ruido?
5)
Ş El circuito de cancelación de ruido percibe los ruidos del exterior
con micrófonos incorporados y envía a la unidad una señal de
cancelación igual pero opuesta.
– El efecto de cancelación de ruido podría no notarse en
ambientes silenciosos, o podría oírse algún ruido.
– Según la forma en que se utilice la unidad, el efecto de
cancelación de ruido puede variar o producir un pitido. En estos
casos se debe quitar la unidad y luego volver a colocársela.
– La función de cancelación de ruido funciona primordialmente
para ruidos en la banda de frecuencia baja. Aunque el ruido se
reduce, no se cancela completamente.
– Cuando utiliza la unidad en el tren o en el auto, podría oír
ruidos dependiendo de las condiciones externas.
– Los teléfonos móviles pueden causar interferencia y ruido. Si
esto ocurre, ubique la unidad lejos de su teléfono móvil.
– No cubra los micrófonos de la unidad con las manos. Puede
que la función de cancelación de ruido o el Modo sonido
ambiente no funcionen correctamente o que se escuche un
pitido. Cuando esto suceda, quite las manos de los micrófonos
de la unidad.
6)
Micrófonos
Otros
Ş Si coloca calcomanías, etc. en el sensor táctil, este podría no
funcionar correctamente.
Ş Tenga cuidado de no apretarse los dedos cuando guarde la
unidad.
Ş Cuando utilice la unidad como auriculares con cable, utilice
solamente el cable de auricular suministrado. Asegúrese de que
el cable de auricular esté firmemente insertado.
Ş No coloque esta unidad en un lugar expuesto a la humedad,
polvo, hollín o vapor, ni sujeto a la luz solar directa. No deje la
unidad en un automóvil por un largo período de tiempo. Puede
causar un mal funcionamiento.
Ş La utilización del dispositivo BLUETOOTH puede no funcionar en
teléfonos móviles, dependiendo de las condiciones de la onda
de radio y la ubicación en la que se utiliza el equipo.
Ş Escuchar con esta unidad a un volumen elevado puede afectar
su audición.
Ş Por seguridad vial, no utilice esta unidad mientras conduce o
anda en bicicleta.
Ş No utilice la unidad en lugares donde podría ser peligroso si no
es capaz de escuchar el sonido ambiente, como cruces de
ferrocarril, plataformas de estaciones de tren y sitios en
construcción.
Ş No ponga peso ni aplique presión sobre esta unidad ya que
puede causar que la unidad se deforme durante el
almacenamiento a largo plazo.
Ş No someta la unidad a golpes excesivos.
Ş Limpie la unidad con un paño suave.
Ş No exponga la unidad al agua. La unidad no es resistente al
agua.
Recuerde seguir las precauciones a continuación.
– Tenga cuidado de no dejar caer la unidad en un lavabo u otro
contenedor lleno de agua.
– No utilice la unidad en lugares húmedos o con malas
condiciones climáticas, como la lluvia o la nieve.
– No permita que la unidad se moje.
Si toca la unidad con las manos mojadas, o coloca la unidad
sobre una prenda mojada, la unidad se puede mojar y esto
puede causar un mal funcionamiento.
Ş Si experimenta incomodidad tras utilizar la unidad, deje de
utilizarla de inmediato.
Ş Las almohadillas pueden deteriorarse debido al uso o
almacenamiento prolongado.
Ş Si tiene consultas o problemas con respecto a esta unidad que
no se cubren en este manual, consulte a su distribuidor Sony
más cercano.
Otras almohadillas de recambio opcionales se pueden encargar
al vendedor autorizado de Sony más cercano o en
www.sony.com.
Ubicación de la etiqueta con número de serie
El rango real variará dependiendo de factores como obstáculos
entre los dispositivos, campos magnéticos alrededor de un
horno de microondas, electricidad estática, sensibilidad de la
recepción, rendimiento de la antena, sistema operativo,
aplicación de software, etc.
Los perfiles del estándar BLUETOOTH indican la finalidad de las
comunicaciones BLUETOOTH entre dispositivos.
Códec: Formato de compresión y conversión de señal de audio
Códec subbanda
Codificación de audio avanzada
Dependiendo de los servicios de entretenimiento en vuelo,
podría no admitirse.
Auriculares estéreo inalámbricos
con cancelación de ruido
Fuente de alimentación:
cc de 3,7 V: batería recargable de iones de litio incorporada
cc de 5 V: al recargarse mediante USB
Masa: Aprox. 275 g
Temperatura de funcionamiento: de 0 °C a 40 °C
Horas de uso:
Al utilizar una conexión a través del dispositivo BLUETOOTH
Tiempo de reproducción de la música:
Máx. 20 horas (CR ACTIVADO, Modo sonido ambiente),
Máx. 22 horas (CR DESACTIVADO)
Tiempo de comunicación:
Máx. 24 horas (CR ACTIVADO, Modo sonido ambiente),
Máx. 26 horas (CR DESACTIVADO)
Tiempo en espera:
Máx. 34 horas (CR ACTIVADO, Modo sonido ambiente),
Máx. 120 horas (CR DESACTIVADO)
Cuando se conecta por medio del cable de auricular con la
unidad encendida
Máx. 30 horas (CR ACTIVADO, Modo sonido ambiente),
Máx. 36 horas (CR DESACTIVADO)
Nota: Las horas de uso pueden ser más breves dependiendo
del Códec y las condiciones de uso.
Tiempo de carga:
Aprox. 4 horas
Esta unidad puede utilizarse por 6 horas después de una hora
de carga.
Nota: Las horas de carga pueden variar dependiendo de las
condiciones de uso.
Temperatura de carga: 5 °C a 35 °C
Receptor
Tipo: cerrado, dinámico
Unidad auricular: 40 mm
Respuesta de frecuencia: 4 Hz - 40 000 Hz (Cuando se conecta
por medio del cable de auricular con la unidad encendida)
Impedancia:
46 Ω (1 kHz) (Cuando se conecta por medio del cable de
auricular con la unidad encendida)
14 Ω (1 kHz) (Cuando se conecta por medio del cable de
auricular con la unidad apagada)
Sensibilidad:
103 dB/mW (Cuando se conecta por medio del cable de
auricular con la unidad encendida)
98 dB/mW (Cuando se conecta por medio del cable de
auricular con la unidad apagada)
Micrófono
Tipo: condensador de electreto
Directividad: omnidireccional
Gama de frecuencias efectivas: 100 Hz - 8 000 Hz
Requisitos del sistema para realizar
la carga de la batería a través de
USB
Computadora con puerto USB y alguno de los siguientes sistemas
operativos instalados previamente:
Sistemas Operativos
(cuando se utiliza Windows)
Windows 10 Home / Windows 10 Pro
Windows 8.1 / Windows 8.1 Pro
Windows 8 / Windows 8 Pro
Windows 7
Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate
Windows Vista (Service Pack 2 o posterior)
Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
®
(cuando se utiliza Mac)
Mac OS X (versión 10.8 o posterior)
El diseño y las especificaciones están sujetas a cambios sin previo
aviso.
Help Guide
Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo Headset
MDR-1000X
Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions.
Getting started
BLUETOOTH connection
What you can do with the BLUETOOTH function
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Supplied accessories
Checking the package contents
Putting the headset in the carrying case
About the supplied manuals
Features
What you can do with the headset
Parts and controls
Location and function of parts
About the indicator
Charging the headset
System requirements for battery charge using USB
Charging the headset
Available operating time
Checking the remaining battery charge
Voice guidance
About voice guidance
Making connections
One-touch connection (NFC) compatible Android devices
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 4.1 or later)
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 2.3.3 or later, and less than Android 4.1)
Disconnecting the smartphone by one touch (NFC)
Switching the device by one touch (NFC)
Android devices not compatible with one-touch connection (NFC)
Pairing and connecting with an Android smartphone
Connecting to a paired Android smartphone
iPhone (iOS devices)
Pairing and connecting with an iPhone
Connecting to a paired iPhone
Computers
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 10)
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 7)
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows Vista)
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 10)
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 7)
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows Vista)
Other BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with other BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired BLUETOOTH device
Multi point connection
Connecting the headset to both a music player and a smartphone or mobile phone
Connecting the headset to 2 Android smartphones
Connecting the headset to an Android smartphone and an iPhone
Headphone cable connection
Using the supplied headphone cable
Listening to music
Listening to music via a BLUETOOTH connection
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Controlling the audio device (BLUETOOTH connection)
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Noise canceling function
Noise canceling function
Using the noise canceling function
About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
Optimizing the noise canceling function to suit the wearer (Personal NC Optimizer)
Sound quality mode
Switching the sound quality mode
Checking the sound quality mode
Listening to ambient sound
Listening to ambient sound during music playback (Ambient Sound Mode)
Listening to ambient sound quickly (Quick Attention Mode)
Supported codecs
Supported codecs
Making phone calls
Making phone calls
Receiving a call
Making a call
Functions for a phone call
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Using the voice assist function (Siri)
Voice assist
Using the voice assist function (Siri)
Important information
Precautions
Precautions
What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology?
Trademarks
Trademarks
Support website
Customer support websites
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
What can I do to solve a problem?
Power
The headset is not turned on.
Charging
Charging cannot be done.
Charging time is too long.
The headset cannot be recognized by a computer.
The remaining battery charge of the headset is not displayed on the screen of an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Sound
No sound
Low sound level
Low sound quality
Sound skips frequently during playback.
The noise canceling effect is not sufficient.
Pairing
Pairing cannot be done.
One-touch connection (NFC)
Unable to connect the headset to a BLUETOOTH device with one-touch connection (NFC)
BLUETOOTH connection
Unable to make a BLUETOOTH connection
Distorted sound
The BLUETOOTH wireless communication range is short, or the sound skips.
The headset does not operate properly.
Phone calls
No voice from callers
Low voice from callers
Resetting or initializing the headset
Resetting the headset
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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Table Of Contents
Help Guide MDR-1000X..................................................................................................................i
Getting started.................................................................................................................................i
BLUETOOTH connection................................................................................................................i
What you can do with the BLUETOOTH function.....................................................................1
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices.................................................2
Supplied accessories.......................................................................................................................i
Checking the package contents...............................................................................................3
Putting the headset in the carrying case..................................................................................4
About the supplied manuals.....................................................................................................5
Features...........................................................................................................................................i
What you can do with the headset...........................................................................................6
Parts and controls...........................................................................................................................ii
Location and function of parts..................................................................................................8
About the indicator..................................................................................................................10
Charging the headset......................................................................................................................ii
System requirements for battery charge using USB..............................................................13
Charging the headset.............................................................................................................14
Available operating time.........................................................................................................16
Checking the remaining battery charge..................................................................................17
Voice guidance...............................................................................................................................ii
About voice guidance.............................................................................................................19
Making connections........................................................................................................................ii
One-touch connection (NFC) compatible Android devices.............................................................ii
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 4.1 or later).................................20
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 2.3.3 or later, and
less than Android 4.1).............................................................................................................22
Disconnecting the smartphone by one touch (NFC)...............................................................25
Switching the device by one touch (NFC)..............................................................................26
Android devices not compatible with one-touch connection (NFC)................................................ii
Pairing and connecting with an Android smartphone.............................................................27
Connecting to a paired Android smartphone..........................................................................30
iPhone (iOS devices)......................................................................................................................ii
Pairing and connecting with an iPhone..................................................................................33
Connecting to a paired iPhone...............................................................................................36
Computers......................................................................................................................................ii
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 10)..........................................................38
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)......................................42
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 7)............................................................45
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Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows Vista)......................................................48
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 10)....................................................................51
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1).................................................54
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 7)......................................................................58
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows Vista)................................................................61
Other BLUETOOTH devices..........................................................................................................iii
Pairing and connecting with other BLUETOOTH devices......................................................64
Connecting to a paired BLUETOOTH device.........................................................................66
Multi point connection....................................................................................................................iii
Connecting the headset to both a music player and a smartphone or mobile
phone......................................................................................................................................68
Connecting the headset to 2 Android smartphones...............................................................69
Connecting the headset to an Android smartphone and an iPhone.......................................71
Headphone cable connection.........................................................................................................iii
Using the supplied headphone cable.....................................................................................73
Listening to music..........................................................................................................................iii
Listening to music via a BLUETOOTH connection........................................................................iii
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH..............................................74
Controlling the audio device (BLUETOOTH connection).......................................................77
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)..............................................................80
Noise canceling function................................................................................................................iii
Noise canceling function.........................................................................................................81
Using the noise canceling function.........................................................................................82
About the Automatic AI noise canceling function...................................................................84
Optimizing the noise canceling function to suit the wearer (Personal NC
Optimizer)...............................................................................................................................85
Sound quality mode.......................................................................................................................iii
Switching the sound quality mode..........................................................................................87
Checking the sound quality mode..........................................................................................89
Listening to ambient sound............................................................................................................iii
Listening to ambient sound during music playback (Ambient Sound Mode)..........................90
Listening to ambient sound quickly (Quick Attention Mode)...................................................91
Supported codecs..........................................................................................................................iii
Supported codecs...................................................................................................................93
Making phone calls........................................................................................................................iv
Receiving a call......................................................................................................................94
Making a call...........................................................................................................................97
Functions for a phone call....................................................................................................100
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)..............................................................80
Using the voice assist function (Siri)...........................................................................................102
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Voice assist....................................................................................................................................iv
Using the voice assist function (Siri).....................................................................................102
Important information.....................................................................................................................iv
Precautions....................................................................................................................................iv
Precautions...........................................................................................................................103
What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology?........................................................................104
Trademarks....................................................................................................................................iv
Trademarks..........................................................................................................................106
Support website.............................................................................................................................iv
Customer support websites..................................................................................................107
Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................................iv
What can I do to solve a problem?.......................................................................................108
Power.............................................................................................................................................iv
The headset is not turned on................................................................................................109
Charging........................................................................................................................................iv
Charging cannot be done.....................................................................................................110
Charging time is too long......................................................................................................111
The headset cannot be recognized by a computer..............................................................112
The remaining battery charge of the headset is not displayed on the screen
of an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.........................................................................................113
Sound.............................................................................................................................................v
No sound..............................................................................................................................114
Low sound level....................................................................................................................115
Low sound quality.................................................................................................................116
Sound skips frequently during playback...............................................................................117
The noise canceling effect is not sufficient...........................................................................118
Pairing.............................................................................................................................................v
Pairing cannot be done.........................................................................................................119
One-touch connection (NFC)..........................................................................................................v
Unable to connect the headset to a BLUETOOTH device with one-touch
connection (NFC).................................................................................................................120
BLUETOOTH connection...............................................................................................................v
Unable to make a BLUETOOTH connection........................................................................121
Distorted sound....................................................................................................................122
The BLUETOOTH wireless communication range is short, or the sound skips...................123
The headset does not operate properly................................................................................124
Phone calls.....................................................................................................................................v
No voice from callers............................................................................................................125
Low voice from callers..........................................................................................................126
Resetting or initializing the headset................................................................................................v
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Resetting the headset...........................................................................................................127
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.................................................................128
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Help Guide
Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo Headset
MDR-1000X
What you can do with the BLUETOOTH function
The headset uses BLUETOOTH wireless technology, allowing you to listen to music or make phone calls wirelessly.
Listening to music
You can receive audio signals from a smartphone, mobile phone, or music player to enjoy music wirelessly.
Talking on the phone
You can make and receive a call with your hands free, while leaving your smartphone or mobile phone in your bag or pocket.
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MDR-1000X
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
You can enjoy music and hands-free calling with the headset wirelessly by using your device’s BLUETOOTH function.
When connecting a device for the first time via BLUETOOTH, device registration (pairing) is needed.
Device registration (pairing)
The operation to register a device to be connected is called device registration (pairing).
If the device to be connected does not support the one-touch connection (NFC), operate the headset and the device to perform
device registration (pairing).
If the device supports one-touch connection (NFC), you can just touch to perform device registration (pairing) and establish a
BLUETOOTH connection.
Connecting the headset to a registered (paired) device
When the device is registered, it is not necessary to register it again. Connect to it with an appropriate method.
For details, see “Making connections.”
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Checking the package contents
After opening the package, check that all items in the list are included in the package. If items are missing, contact your dealer.
Numbers in ( ) indicate the item amount.
Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo Headset (1)
Micro-USB cable (approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 in.)) (1)
Headphone cable (approx. 1.5 m (59 1/8 in.)) (1)
Carrying case (1)
Plug adapter for airplane (1)
Reference Guide (1)
Operating Instructions (1)
Other documents (1 set) (*)
*
May not be supplied in some countries or regions.
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Putting the headset in the carrying case
When finished using the headset, fold it and put it in the supplied carrying case as shown below.
To store the plug adapter for airplane
Put the plug adapter for airplane in the holder in the carrying case as shown below.
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About the supplied manuals
The following three manuals come with the headset.
Help Guide (this data)
Operation manual on the Web, which can be accessed by a PC or smartphone, provides the detailed information on how to use
the headset and troubleshooting, etc.
Operating Instructions (enclosed paper)
Provides basic information on how to connect or use the headset.
Reference Guide (enclosed paper)
Provides precautions and specifications.
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MDR-1000X
What you can do with the headset
Personal NC Optimizer tailors the noise-canceling performance perfectly for you
The headphones optimize the performance of noise canceling for you by analyzing the shape of your head and wearing style. The
perfect personalized noise-canceling gives you the silence that you’ve never experienced.
Ambient Sound Mode opens your ears (*1)
Ambient Sound Mode allows you to hear the ambient sounds around you by using the built-in microphones, even as you listen to
the music. There are two modes, Normal mode: you can hear the ambient sounds like you don’t wear the headphones, Voice
mode: you can notice voice and announcement around you with unnecessary noise cancellation.
Quick Attention: simple operation, quick to communicate around you
Covering and holding the entire surface of touch sensor control panel, the headphones import all ambient sounds and turn down
the music volume automatically. You can react announcement and conversation quickly without removing the headphones.
DSEE HX upscales your existing music to near high-resolution sound quality (*2)
SBC / AAC / Qualcomm® aptX™ / LDAC™ Codec supported
LDAC allows you to enjoy high-resolution audio content in exceptional sound quality near to high-resolution audio with
BLUETOOTH connection (*3)
High-Resolution Audio compatible
You can enjoy High-Resolution Audio by using the included headphone cable and turning on the power, and you can also listen to
the music with the cable even if the battery runs out.
Touch sensor control panel for easy operation and activating smartphone’s voice assistant
(*4)
Swivel folding design makes travel easy
One-touch connection with Near Field Communication (NFC)
Voice guidance
The Ambient Sound Mode allows you to hear the ambient sound around you, but it may not enable all of the ambient sound to be audible. When you
play music loudly or depending on the surroundings, you may not hear the ambient sound.
*2 Activated only when connecting using codecs other than LDAC with a BLUETOOTH connection.
*3 When transmitting High-Resolution Audio in 990 kbps.
*4 You will no longer be able to use the touch sensor in case of turning off the unit. The remote control operation and volume adjustment for playing music
can be operated only with a BLUETOOTH connection.
*1
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MDR-1000X
Location and function of parts
1. L mark
2. Tactile dot
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10
11.
12.
.
13
14.
The left unit has a tactile dot.
Built-in antenna
A BLUETOOTH antenna is built into the headset.
N-mark
left unit
Slider
Slide to adjust the length of the headband.
Headband
Microphone
Picks up the sound of your voice when talking on the phone.
R mark
right unit
Touch sensor
Indicator (yellow)
Shows the Ambient Sound Mode status.
AMBIENT SOUND button
Indicator (green)
8
. Shows the noise canceling status.
15 NC (noise canceling) button
16. Indicator (blue/red)
. Lights up in red or blue to indicate the power or communication status of the headset.
(power) button
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Indicator
(red)
18.
Lights
up
in red during charging.
.
19 Micro-USB port
. Connect a computer to this port with the supplied micro-USB cable to charge the headset.
20 INPUT jack
. Connect a music player, etc. to this jack by using the supplied headphone cable. Make sure that you insert the plug of the
music player until it clicks. Otherwise, you may not hear the sound normally.
Related Topic
About the indicator
Checking the remaining battery charge
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MDR-1000X
About the indicator
The indicator flashes in red or blue to indicate various statuses.
: Turns on in blue/
: Turns on in red/
Indicator (blue/red) on the
: Turns on in green/
: Turns on in yellow/-: Turns off
button
Turning on
When turning on the headset by pressing and holding the
-
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off.
(flashes two times)
Turning off
When turning off the headset by pressing and holding the
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned on.
(lights for about two seconds)
BLUETOOTH status indication
Pairing mode
(Pressing and holding the
Not connected
----
button for about 7 seconds when the headset is turned off)
(one-second intervals)
Connection process completed
(flashes quickly for about five seconds)
Connected
- - - (about five-second interval) --Incoming call
Sound quality mode indication
Priority on sound quality
--Priority on stable connection
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For details, refer to “Switching the sound quality mode.”
Remaining battery charge indication
High
--
--
Medium
-Low (needs to charge)
For details, refer to “Checking the remaining battery charge.”
Other
Initialization completed
For details, refer to “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Indicator (red) next to the micro-USB port
While charging
Indicator (green) on the NC button
Noise canceling function
Noise canceling on
Noise canceling off
---- ---Personal NC Optimizer on
- - - - For details, refer to “Noise canceling function.”
Indicator (yellow) on the AMBIENT SOUND button
Ambient Sound Mode
Normal mode
Voice mode
---- ---Quick Attention Mode
- - - - For details, refer to “Listening to ambient sound.”
Hint
When the remaining battery charge becomes low, the indicator turns from blue to red, except for pairing mode.
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MDR-1000X
System requirements for battery charge using USB
The headset contains a lithium ion rechargeable battery, which should be charged before using the headset for the first time.
Personal Computer with pre-installed with any of the following operating systems and USB port:
When using Windows®
Windows® 10 Home / Windows® 10 Pro
Windows® 8.1 / Windows® 8.1 Pro
Windows® 8 / Windows® 8 Pro
Windows® 7 Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Ultimate
Windows Vista® (Service Pack 2 or later) Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate / Media Center Edition 2005
When using Mac
Mac OS X (version 10.8 or later)
Note
Sony does not guarantee proper operation in all system environments.
When using Windows 8.1 update using Windows Update.
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MDR-1000X
Charging the headset
The headset contains a lithium ion rechargeable battery. Charge the headset using the supplied micro-USB cable.
1
Connect the supplied micro-USB cable to the headset, and then connect the other end to a booted
computer.
Make sure that the indicator (red) lights up.
Charging is completed in about 4 hours (*) and the indicator (red) goes off automatically.
Time required for charging the empty battery to its full capacity.
*
Note
The headset cannot be operated (turning on, BLUETOOTH paring and connection, music playback, etc.) while charging or if kept connected to the
computer after charging is complete.
The noise canceling function cannot be used while charging or if kept connected to the computer after charging is complete.
If the headset detects a problem while charging due to following causes, the indicator (red) may turn off, although charging is not complete. In this
case, charge again within the charging temperature range. If the problem persists, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Ambient temperature exceeds the charging temperature range of 5 °C – 35 °C(41 °F - 95 °F).
There is a problem with the battery.
If the headset is not used for a long time, the indicator (red) may not light up when you connect the micro-USB cable to charge the headset. In this
case, do not disconnect the micro-USB cable from the headset: wait a few minutes until the indicator (red) lights up.
If the headset is not used for a long time, the battery may be quickly depleted, however, after a few recharges, the battery life will improve.
If you store the headset for a long time, charge the battery to its full capacity once every 6 months to avoid over discharge.
If the headset is not used for a long time, it may take longer to charge the battery.
If the life of the built-in rechargeable battery drops significantly, the battery should be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony dealer for replacement
of the rechargeable battery.
Avoid exposure to temperature extremes, direct sunlight, moisture, sand, dust or mechanical shock. Never leave the headset in a car parked in the
sun.
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If the computer enters into hibernation mode while connected to the headset, charging will not be completed properly. Check the setting of the
computer before charging. The indicator (red) will go off automatically if the computer enters into hibernation mode. Charge the headset again in
this case.
Use the supplied micro-USB cable only, and connect directly to a computer. Charging will not be completed properly by an indirect connection,
such as via a USB hub.
Hint
You can use the headset by connecting the supplied headphone cable, even while charging the headset.
If charging starts while the headset is turned on, the headset will turn off automatically.
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Available operating time
The available operating times of the headset on a fully-charged battery are as follows:
Wireless connection
Music Playback time [SBC/AAC/aptX/LDAC]: Max. 20 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode)/Max. 22 hours (NC OFF)
Communication time: Max. 24 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode)/Max. 26 hours (NC OFF)
Standby time: Max. 34 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode)/Max. 120 hours (NC OFF)
This headset can be used for about 6 hours after 1 hour charging.
Wired connection (Power on): Max. 30 hours (NC ON, Ambient Sound Mode)/Max. 36 hours (NC OFF)
Note
Usage hours may be shorter depending on the Codec and the conditions of use.
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Checking the remaining battery charge
You can check the remaining battery charge of the rechargeable battery.
When you turn on the headset by pressing the
button, the indicator (blue) flashes two times, then the indicator (red) flashes.
You can check the remaining battery charge by the number of times the indicator (red) flashes.
button will cause the indicator
You can also check the remaining battery charge when the headset is turned on. Pressing the
to flash and show the remaining battery charge. You also hear voice guidance of the remaining battery charge.
3 times
--: High “Battery level high”
-: Medium “Battery level medium”
2 times
1 time : Low (needs to charge) “Battery level low”
When the battery is almost empty
The indicator turns red. When the battery becomes empty, the headset sounds a warning beep, you hear voice guidance “Please
recharge headset”, and the head set turns off automatically.
When you are using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
When the headset is connected to an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.0 or later) that supports HFP (Hands-free Profile), it will
show an icon that indicates the remaining battery charge of the headset on the screen.
Compatible devices
iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.0 or later) supporting Hands-free Profile (HFP)
iOS 7.0 or later
iOS 5.X / 6.X
A: Remaining battery charge of the headset
B: High
C: Medium
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D: Low (needs to charge)
Note
If you connect the headset to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with “Media audio” (A2DP) only in a multi point connection, the remaining battery
charge will not be displayed correctly.
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About voice guidance
You hear voice guidance on the following situations via the headset.
When powering on: “Power on”
When powering off: “Power off”
When entering pairing mode: “BLUETOOTH pairing”
When establishing a BLUETOOTH connection: “BLUETOOTH connected”
When disconnecting a BLUETOOTH connection: “BLUETOOTH disconnected”
button when turned on: “Battery level high” / “Battery level
When checking the remaining battery charge by pressing the
medium” / “Battery level low”
When automatically turning off due to the low battery condition: “Please recharge headset”
When turning on the noise canceling function: “Noise canceling on”
When turning off the noise canceling function: “Noise canceling off”
When setting the Ambient Sound Mode to normal mode: “Ambient sound normal”
When setting the Ambient Sound Mode to voice mode: “Ambient sound voice”
When starting the Personal NC Optimizer: “Optimizer start”
When the Personal NC Optimizer is finished: “Optimizer finished”
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One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 4.1 or later)
By touching the headset with a smartphone, the headset turns on automatically and then pairs and makes a BLUETOOTH
connection.
Compatible smartphones
NFC-compatible smartphones installed with Android 4.1 or later
NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) is a technology enabling short-range wireless communication between various devices,
such as smartphones and IC tags. Thanks to the NFC function, data communication - for example, BLUETOOTH pairing can be achieved easily by simply touching NFC-compatible devices together (i.e., at the N-Mark symbol or location
designated on each device).
1
Unlock the screen of the smartphone if it is locked.
2
Select [Setting] — [More].
3
Set the NFC function to on.
* The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Android smartphone.
4
Touch the headset with the smartphone.
Touch the smartphone on the N-Mark of the headset. Keep touching the headset with the smartphone until the
smartphone reacts.
Refer to the operating instructions of the smartphone for the designated location to be touched on the smartphone.
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Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing and connection.
When the headset is connected with the smartphone, the blue indicator starts flashing slowly. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
To disconnect, touch the smartphone again.
To connect a paired smartphone, perform steps 2 and 3.
Hint
If you cannot connect the headset, try the following.
Unlock the screen of the smartphone if it is locked, and move the smartphone slowly over the N-Mark of the headset.
If the smartphone is in a case, remove the case.
If you touch an NFC-compatible smartphone with the headset, the smartphone terminates BLUETOOTH connection with any current device, and
connects to the headset (One-touch connection switching).
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Disconnecting the smartphone by one touch (NFC)
Switching the device by one touch (NFC)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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MDR-1000X
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 2.3.3 or later, and less
than Android 4.1)
By touching the headset with a smartphone, the headset turns on automatically and then pairs and makes a BLUETOOTH
connection.
Compatible smartphones
NFC-compatible smartphones with Android 2.3.3 up to Android 4.0.4 (excluding Android 3.x)
NFC
NFC (Near Field Communication) is a technology enabling short-range wireless communication between various devices,
such as smartphones and IC tags. Thanks to the NFC function, data communication - for example, BLUETOOTH pairing can be achieved easily by simply touching NFC-compatible devices together (i.e., at the N-Mark symbol or location
designated on each device).
1
Unlock the screen of the smartphone if it is locked.
2
Select [Setting] — [More].
3
Set the NFC function to on.
* The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Android smartphone.
4
Download and install the app “NFC Easy Connect.”
If you have already downloaded the app, proceed to step 5.
“NFC Easy Connect” is a free Android app you can download from Google Play™.
Download the app by searching for “NFC Easy Connect” or access it by using the two-dimensional code. Fees may be
charged for downloading the app.
Access the following Web site:
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sony.easyconnect
The App may not be available in some countries and/or regions.
Use a two-dimensional code reader app.
5
Start the app “NFC Easy Connect” on the smartphone.
Make sure that the app screen is displayed on the smartphone.
6
Touch the headset with the smartphone.
Touch the smartphone on the N-Mark of the headset. Keep touching the headset with the smartphone until the
smartphone reacts.
Refer to the operating instructions of the smartphone for the designated location to be touched on the smartphone.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing and connection.
When the headset is connected with the smartphone, the blue indicator starts flashing slowly. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
To disconnect, touch the smartphone again.
To connect a paired smartphone, perform steps 5 and 6.
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Hint
If you cannot connect the headset, try the following.
Start the app “NFC Easy Connect” on the smartphone, and move the smartphone slowly over the N-Mark of the headset.
If the smartphone is in a case, remove the case.
Make sure that the app “NFC Easy Connect” screen is displayed on the smartphone.
If you touch an NFC-compatible smartphone with the headset, the smartphone terminates BLUETOOTH connection with any current device, and
connects to the headset (One-touch connection switching).
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Disconnecting the smartphone by one touch (NFC)
Switching the device by one touch (NFC)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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MDR-1000X
Disconnecting the smartphone by one touch (NFC)
You can disconnect the headset from the connected smartphone by touching the headset with it.
1
Unlock the screen of the smartphone if it is locked.
If you installed the app “NFC Easy Connect” in the smartphone, start the app “NFC Easy Connect.”
2
Touch the headset with the smartphone.
Touch the smartphone on the N-Mark of the headset. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH disconnected”.
Note
After the headset is disconnected from the smartphone, if no operation is performed for about 5 minutes, the headset turns off automatically. To
button for about 2 seconds. You hear voice guidance “Power off”, the indicator (blue) goes
turn off the headset before that, press and hold the
off, then the headset turns off.
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MDR-1000X
Switching the device by one touch (NFC)
When the headset is connected with a BLUETOOTH device, if you touch an NFC-compatible smartphone on the headset, the
headset is connected with the smartphone that touched on the headset most recently (One-touch connection switching).
However, if you are talking on a BLUETOOTH mobile phone connected to the headset, you cannot switch the BLUETOOTH
connection by one touch.
When the headset is connected with an NFC-compatible smartphone, if you touch the smartphone on another NFC-compatible
BLUETOOTH headset or BLUETOOTH speaker, the smartphone disconnects from the headset, and connects to the
BLUETOOTH device it touched.
Note
Unlock the screen of the smartphone if it is locked.
If you installed the app “NFC Easy Connect” in the smartphone, start the app “NFC Easy Connect.”
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MDR-1000X
Pairing and connecting with an Android smartphone
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection.
You must pair a device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
The smartphone is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the smartphone is on hand.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Unlock the screen of the Android smartphone if it is locked.
3
Search for this headset on the smartphone.
1. Select [Setting] - [Bluetooth].
2. Touch [
] next to [Bluetooth] to turn on the BLUETOOTH function.
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3. Touch [Bluetooth].
4
Touch [Search for devices].
5
Touch [MDR-1000X].
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the smartphone, input “0000.”
The headset and the smartphone are paired with each other and connected. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH
connected”.
If they are not connected, see “Connecting to a paired Android smartphone.”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
*
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
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Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Android smartphone.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired Android smartphone
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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MDR-1000X
Connecting to a paired Android smartphone
1
Unlock the screen of the Android smartphone if it is locked.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Check the connection status on the Android smartphone. If not connected, proceed to step 3.
3
Display the devices paired with the smartphone.
1. Select [Setting] - [Bluetooth].
2. Touch [
] next to [Bluetooth] to turn on the BLUETOOTH function.
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3. Touch [Bluetooth].
4
Touch [MDR-1000X].
You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your smartphone.
If the smartphone was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the
headset is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by double-tapping the center of the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second
interval).
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with an Android smartphone
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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Pairing and connecting with an iPhone
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection.
You must pair a device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
The iPhone is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the iPhone is on hand.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Unlock the screen of the iPhone if it is locked.
3
Select the BLUETOOTH setting on the iPhone.
1. Select [Settings].
2. Touch [Bluetooth].
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3. Touch [
4
] to change it to [
] (turn on the BLUETOOTH function).
Touch [MDR-1000X].
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the iPhone, input “0000.”
The headset and the iPhone are paired with each other and connected. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
If they are not connected, see “Connecting to a paired iPhone.”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
*
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
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If the pairing information was deleted by initializing the headset, etc., delete from your iPhone the pairing information for the headset, and then pair
them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your iPhone.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired iPhone
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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MDR-1000X
Connecting to a paired iPhone
1
Unlock the screen of the iPhone if it is locked.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Check the connection status on the iPhone. If not connected, proceed to step 3.
3
Display the devices paired with the iPhone.
1. Select [Settings].
2. Touch [Bluetooth].
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3. Touch [
4
] to change it to [
] (turn on the BLUETOOTH function).
Touch [MDR-1000X].
You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your iPhone.
If the iPhone was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the headset is
on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by double-tapping the center of the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second interval).
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with an iPhone
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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MDR-1000X
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 10)
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection. You must pair a
device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
Your computer has a BLUETOOTH function that supports music playback connections (A2DP).
The computer is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the computer is on hand.
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
3
Register the headset using the computer.
1. Click the [Start] button, then [Settings].
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2. Click [Devices].
3. Click the [Bluetooth] tab, then click the [Bluetooth] button to turn on the BLUETOOTH function.
4. Select [MDR-1000X], then click [Pair].
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If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the computer, input “0000.”
The headset and the computer are paired with each other and connected.
You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
If they are not connected, refer to “Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 10).”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
*
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
To delete all pairing information, refer to “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
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Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 10)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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MDR-1000X
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection. You must pair a
device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
Your computer has a BLUETOOTH function that supports music playback connections (A2DP).
The computer is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the computer is on hand.
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
3
Register the headset using the computer.
1. Move the mouse pointer to the top-right corner of the screen (when using a touch panel, swipe from the right edge of
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the screen), then select [Settings] from the Charm Bar.
2. Select [Change PC settings] of the [Settings] charm.
3. Select [Devices] of [PC settings].
4. Select [Add a device].
5. Select [MDR-1000X].
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If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the computer, input “0000.”
The headset and the computer are paired with each other and connected. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH
connected”.
If they are not connected, see “Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1).”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
*
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo Headset
MDR-1000X
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 7)
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection. You must pair a
device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
Your computer has a BLUETOOTH function that supports music playback connections (A2DP).
The computer is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the computer is on hand.
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
3
Search for the headset using the computer.
1. Click the [Start] button, then [Devices and Printers].
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2. Click [Add a device].
3. Select [MDR-1000X], then click [Next].
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the computer, input “0000.”
The headset and the computer are paired with each other and connected. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH
connected”.
If they are not connected, see “Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 7).”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
*
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
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Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 7)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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MDR-1000X
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows Vista)
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection. You must pair a
device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
Your computer has a BLUETOOTH function that supports music playback connections (A2DP).
The computer is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the computer is on hand.
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
3
Register the computer to the headset.
1. Right-click the BLUETOOTH icon on the windows toolbar, then click [Add New Connection].
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2. Click [Next] in [Add New Connection Wizard].
3. Select [MDR-1000X] in the [Select a device] screen, then click [Next].
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the computer, input “0000.”
The headset and the computer are paired with each other and connected. You hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH
connected”.
If they are not connected, see “Connecting to a paired computer (Windows Vista).”
If [MDR-1000X] does not appear on the display, try again from step 3.
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*
A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows Vista)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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MDR-1000X
Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 10)
Before starting the operation, make sure the following:
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Use the computer to check whether the connection is established, and if it is not established, proceed to step 3.
If the computer has connected to the last BLUETOOTH device connected, disconnect it, then proceed to the next step.
3
Select the headset using the computer.
1. Right-click the volume icon on the windows toolbar, then click [Playback devices].
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2. Right-click [MDR-1000X].
If [MDR-1000X] is not displayed, right-click on the [Sound] screen, then select [Show Disabled Devices].
3. Click [Connect].
The connection is established.
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Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
If the computer was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the headset
button.
is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by pressing the
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 10)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
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Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Before starting the operation, make sure the following:
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Use the computer to check whether the connection is established, and if it is not established, proceed to step 3.
If the computer has connected to the last BLUETOOTH device connected, disconnect it, then proceed to the next step.
3
Select the headset using the computer.
1. Select [Desktop] on the Start screen.
2. Move the mouse pointer to the top-right corner of the screen (when using a touch panel, swipe from the right edge of
the screen), then select [Settings] from the Charm Bar.
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3. Select [Control Panel] in the [Settings] charm.
4. Select [Hardware and Sound], then [Devices and Printers].
5. Right-click [MDR-1000X] in the [Devices and Printers] screen.
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6. Select [Advanced Operation] — [Connect to audio sink device].
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
If the computer was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the headset
button.
is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by pressing the
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 8/Windows 8.1)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
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Connecting to a paired computer (Windows 7)
Before starting the operation, make sure the following:
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Use the computer to check whether the connection is established, and if it is not established, proceed to step 3.
If the computer has connected to the last BLUETOOTH device connected, disconnect it, then proceed to the next step.
3
Select the headset using the computer.
1. Click the [Start] button, then [Devices and Printers].
2. Double-click [MDR-1000X] of the device.
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3. Click [Listen to Music].
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
If the computer was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the headset
button.
is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by pressing the
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows 7)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
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Connecting to a paired computer (Windows Vista)
Before starting the operation, make sure the following:
Depending on the computer, the built-in BLUETOOTH adaptor should be turned on. For whether or not a BLUETOOTH
adaptor is incorporate, and for how to turn it on, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the computer.
1
Resume the computer from sleep mode.
2
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Use the computer to check whether the connection is established, and if it is not established, proceed to step 3.
If the computer has connected to the last BLUETOOTH device connected, disconnect it, then proceed to the next step.
3
Select the headset using the computer.
1. Right-click the BLUETOOTH icon on the windows toolbar, then click [Bluetooth Settings].
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2. Double-click [MDR-1000X] in the [Bluetooth Settings] screen.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your computer.
If the computer was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While the headset
button.
is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by pressing the
Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
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Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with a computer (Windows Vista)
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
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Pairing and connecting with other BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing is the process required to create a link between BLUETOOTH devices to allow wireless connection.
You must pair a device with the headset to be able to make a BLUETOOTH connection for the first time.
Before you start pairing operation, make sure that:
The BLUETOOTH device is placed within 1 m(3 feet) of the headset.
The headset is charged sufficiently.
The operating instructions of the BLUETOOTH device is on hand.
1
Enter pairing mode on this headset.
When you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it, or after you initialized the headset (the headset
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off. The headset
has no pairing information), press and hold the
enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the
button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH pairing”.
2
Perform the pairing procedure on the BLUETOOTH device to search for this headset.
[MDR-1000X] will be displayed on the list of detected devices on the screen of the BLUETOOTH device. If not displayed,
repeat from step 1.
3
Select [MDR-1000X].
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the BLUETOOTH device, input “0000.”
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A Passkey may be called a “Passcode,” a “PIN code,” or a “Password.”
*
4
Make the BLUETOOTH connection from the BLUETOOTH device.
Depending on the BLUETOOTH device, the headset may be connected with the device automatically as soon as they are
paired.
When connected, you hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
Note
If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
When pairing with a BLUETOOTH device that cannot display a list of detected devices or that has no display, you may pair the device by setting
both the headset and the BLUETOOTH device to pairing mode. At this time, if passkey is set other than “0000” on the BLUETOOTH device,
pairing cannot be done with the headset.
Once BLUETOOTH devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
The headset is already paired with 8 devices and another device is to be paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest
connection time is replaced by the new one.
When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the BLUETOOTH device.
When the headset is initialized, all pairing information is deleted.
In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the BLUETOOTH device, and then pair them again.
The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your BLUETOOTH device.
To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Connecting to a paired BLUETOOTH device
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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Connecting to a paired BLUETOOTH device
1
Turn on the headset.
Press and hold the
button for about 2 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator (blue) flashes after you release the button. You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
After the headset turns on, if it has automatically connected to the last connected device, you hear voice guidance
“BLUETOOTH connected”.
Check the connection status on the BLUETOOTH device. If not connected, proceed to step 2.
2
Make the BLUETOOTH connection from the BLUETOOTH device.
For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your BLUETOOTH device.
When connected, you hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your BLUETOOTH device.
If the BLUETOOTH device was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP/HSP connection is made when you turn on the headset. While
the headset is on, you can make an A2DP connection (music playback) by double-tapping the center of the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second
interval).
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Note
If the headset tries to make a connection with a previously connected BLUETOOTH device, you may not be able to connect to the device you
want to. If connection fails, terminate the BLUETOOTH connection from the device that was previously connected.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Pairing and connecting with other BLUETOOTH devices
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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Connecting the headset to both a music player and a smartphone or mobile
phone
To use a BLUETOOTH music player for listening to music and a BLUETOOTH smartphone for making phone calls, the headset
needs to be connected with each device with a BLUETOOTH connection.
1
Pair the headset with BLUETOOTH devices, respectively.
2
Make an A2DP BLUETOOTH connection between the headset and the BLUETOOTH music player.
3
Make an HFP or HSP BLUETOOTH connection between the headset and the BLUETOOTH smartphone
or mobile phone.
Note
If the smartphone or mobile phone was connected with the headset the last time, an HFP or HSP connection is made automatically when you turn
on the headset. At the same time, an A2DP connection may also be made automatically. If this happens, disconnect the headset from the
smartphone or mobile phone once using the phone, then connect the devices again by repeating the process from step 2.
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Connecting the headset to 2 Android smartphones
When you connect the headset to a smartphone, usually the music playback function and the phone call function are both
connected automatically.
To make a multi point connection with 2 smartphones separately, one for listening to music and the other for making phone calls,
change the settings of the smartphones so that only one of the functions is connected for each smartphone.
1
Pair the headset with both smartphones, respectively.
2
Use one of the smartphones to establish a BLUETOOTH connection with the headset.
3
On the smartphone connected to the headset, uncheck either [Phone audio] (HFP) or [Media audio]
(A2DP).
Example: To connect “Media audio” (A2DP) only
Touch [Settings] - [Bluetooth] - the setting icon next to [MDR-1000X].
On the [Paired Bluetooth device] screen, uncheck [Phone audio].
4
Terminate the BLUETOOTH connection of the smartphone.
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5
Use the other smartphone to establish a BLUETOOTH connection to the headset.
6
In the same way, uncheck the function that you did not uncheck in step 3.
7
Use the first smartphone to establish a BLUETOOTH connection again.
Both smartphones are connected to the headset with only one function enabled.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Android smartphones.
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Connecting the headset to an Android smartphone and an iPhone
When you connect the headset to a smartphone, usually the music playback function and the phone call function are both
connected automatically. To make a multi point connection using an Android smartphone and an iPhone separately for listening to
music and making phone calls, change the settings on the Android smartphone so that only one of the functions is connected.
Connect the Android smartphone first, and then connect the iPhone.
You cannot set the iPhone to connect one function only.
1
Pair the headset with both Android smartphone and iPhone, respectively.
2
Use the Android smartphone to establish a BLUETOOTH connection with the headset.
3
On the Android smartphone connected to the headset, uncheck either [Phone audio] (HFP) or [Media
audio] (A2DP).
Example: To connect “Media audio” (A2DP) only
Touch [Settings] - [Bluetooth] - the setting icon next to [MDR-1000X].
On the [Paired Bluetooth device] screen, uncheck [Phone audio].
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4
Use the iPhone to establish a BLUETOOTH connection to the headset.
The iPhone is connected to the headset with both functions, but you can only use the function that you unchecked in step 3.
Hint
The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Android smartphone.
Note
If you connect an Android smartphone with [Phone audio] (HFP), the remaining battery charge of the headset will not be displayed correctly on an
iPhone.
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Using the supplied headphone cable
You can use the headset as noise canceling headphones by connecting a device via the supplied headphone cable and turn the
headset on. The headset supports high resolution audio playback when connecting via the supplied headphone cable and turned
on.
1
Connect a playback device to the INPUT jack with the supplied headphone cable.
Note
Make sure you connect the L-shaped plug to the playback device.
Use the supplied headphone cable only.
Make sure you insert the plug firmly.
The BLUETOOTH function cannot be used.
The touch sensor cannot be used.
Hint
When the headset is turned off, you can use it as ordinary headphones. The headset can be charged while in use. To enjoy high resolution audio
music, turn it on.
When the noise canceling function is turned on, the headset turns off automatically if you disconnect the headphone cable.
When an incoming call arrives, a ring tone will be heard via the headphones. Answer the call using your smartphone or mobile phone, and talk
using the microphone of the phone. You can hear the voice of the caller from the headphones.
If you disconnect the headphone cable from the smartphone or mobile phone, you can talk using the microphone and speaker of the phone.
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Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
You can enjoy listening to music and basic remote control operation of a BLUETOOTH device via a BLUETOOTH connection. The
BLUETOOTH device is required to support the following BLUETOOTH profiles.
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile):
enables you to enjoy high-quality audio content wirelessly.
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile):
enables you to adjust volume, etc.
The operation may vary depending on the BLUETOOTH device. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
BLUETOOTH device.
1
Connect the headset to a BLUETOOTH device.
2
Wear the headset.
Adjust the length of the headband.
indication on your left ear and
indication on your right ear. The
unit of the headset has a
Put the headset with
tactile dot. Be careful not to come in contact with the touch sensor when you wear the headset.
A: Tactile dot
B: Touch sensor
3
Play back music or video on the BLUETOOTH device.
Adjust the volume on the BLUETOOTH device.
4
Control the volume by operating the touch sensor.
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To increase the volume: Swipe up repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
To decrease the volume: Swipe down repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
If you hold your finger to the touch sensor after swiping up or down, the volume continues to change.
When the volume reaches the maximum or minimum, an alarm sounds.
Note
If the communication condition is poor, the BLUETOOTH device may react incorrectly to the operation on the headset.
Hint
The headset supports SCMS-T content protection. You can enjoy music, etc., from a device such as a mobile phone or portable TV that supports
SCMS-T content protection.
Depending on the BLUETOOTH device, it may be necessary to adjust the volume or set the audio output setting on the BLUETOOTH device.
Volume during a call and volume during music playback can be adjusted independently. Changing the call volume does not change the volume of
music playback, and vice versa.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Controlling the audio device (BLUETOOTH connection)
Using the noise canceling function
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About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
Switching the sound quality mode
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Controlling the audio device (BLUETOOTH connection)
If the BLUETOOTH device supports AVRCP, you can control it by the headset. The functions available may vary depending on
the BLUETOOTH device. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your BLUETOOTH device.
The touch sensor works as follows according to how you operate the touch sensor.
Play/Pause: Double-tap lightly (about 0.4-second interval).
Next track: Swipe forward.
Previous track: Swipe backward.
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Fast-forward: Swipe forward and hold. (It takes a while until fast-forwarding starts.) Release at the desired playback point.
Fast-reverse: Swipe backward and hold. (It takes a while until fast-reversing starts.) Release at the desired playback point.
To increase the volume: Swipe up repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
To decrease the volume: Swipe down repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
If you hold your finger to the touch sensor after swiping up or down, the volume continues to change.
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If the communication condition is poor, the BLUETOOTH device may react incorrectly to the operation on the headset.
The available functions may vary depending on the BLUETOOTH device. When you operate as illustrated above, it may operate differently or may
not work at all.
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Disconnecting BLUETOOTH connection (after use)
1
If using a device that supports one-touch connection (NFC), touch the device to the headset again.
(Unlock the screen of the device if it is locked.) If using a device that does not support one-touch
connection (NFC), operate from the BLUETOOTH device.
When disconnected, you hear voice guidance “BLUETOOTH disconnected”.
2
Press and hold the
button on the headset for about 2 seconds to turn off the headset.
You hear voice guidance “Power off”.
Hint
When you finish playing music, the BLUETOOTH connection may terminate automatically, depending on the BLUETOOTH device.
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Noise canceling function
The noise canceling circuit actually senses outside noise with built-in microphones and sends an equal-but-opposite canceling
signal to the headset.
Note
The noise canceling effect may not be pronounced in a very quiet environment, or some noise may be heard.
Depending on how you wear the unit, the noise canceling effect may vary or a beeping sound (howling) may occur. In these cases, take off the unit
and put it on again.
The noise canceling function works for noise in the low frequency band primarily. Although noise is reduced, it is not canceled completely.
When you use the unit in a train or a car, noise may occur depending on street conditions.
Mobile phones may cause interference and noise. Should this occur, locate the unit further away from the mobile phone.
Do not cover the microphones of the unit with your hands. The noise canceling function or the Ambient Sound Mode may not work properly, or a
beeping sound (howling) may occur. In these cases, take your hands off of the microphones of the unit.
A: Microphones
Related Topic
Using the noise canceling function
About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
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Using the noise canceling function
If you use the noise canceling function, you can enjoy music without being disturbed by ambient noise.
1
Press and hold the
headset.
button for about 2 seconds when the headset is turned off to turn on the
You hear voice guidance “Power on”.
The noise canceling function is turned on automatically when you turn on the headset.
When the noise canceling function is turned on, the indicator (green) on the NC button lights up.
To turn off the noise canceling function
Press the NC button. The indicator (green) on the NC button flashes. You hear voice guidance “Noise canceling off”. (To turn
on the function, press the NC button again. You hear voice guidance “Noise canceling on”.)
Note
When the headset is connected with the headphone cable and the noise canceling function is turned on, the indicator on the
button turns off.
Hint
If you use the noise canceling function with a BLUETOOTH connection, the noise canceling function is on even if you connect the supplied
headphone cable.
When you are using the supplied headphone cable, press and hold the
headset as ordinary wired headphones.
button for about 2 seconds to turn off the headset. You can use the
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To enjoy high resolution audio music, turn the headset on.
Related Topic
Noise canceling function
About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
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About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
The Automatic AI (Artificial Intelligence) Noise Canceling function constantly analyzes environmental ambient sound components
and automatically selects the most effective noise canceling mode.
Noise canceling mode types
NC Mode A
Noise mainly in an airplane is effectively reduced.
NC Mode B
Noise mainly in a bus or a train is effectively reduced.
NC Mode C
Noise mainly found in an office environment (PC, copier, air ventilation, etc.) is effectively reduced.
Related Topic
Noise canceling function
Using the noise canceling function
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Optimizing the noise canceling function to suit the wearer (Personal NC
Optimizer)
This function analyzes the wearing condition such as the face shape, hair style, and presence or absence of eyeglasses to
optimize the noise canceling performance. It is recommended that you perform this function when using the headset for the first
time.
1
Make sure that the noise canceling function is turned on (the indicator (green) lights up).
2
Wear the headset.
3
Press and hold the NC button until you hear voice guidance “Optimizer start” (for about two seconds).
While optimizing, you will hear test sounds.
When the optimizing process is finished, you will hear voice guidance “Optimizer finished”.
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Hint
When the wearing condition has been changed, such as you have changed your hair style or taken off eyeglasses, it is recommended that you
perform the Personal NC Optimizer again.
Note
When performing the Personal NC Optimizer, wear the headset in the actual use condition. Do not touch the headset while performing the
optimizer.
If the headset receives another operation while performing the Personal NC Optimizer, the optimizing is canceled.
The Personal NC Optimizer is performed only when the noise canceling function is turned on.
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Switching the sound quality mode
The sound quality is set to the “Priority on sound quality” mode as the default setting.
When using an AAC, aptX, or LDAC compatible device, use with the “Priority on sound quality” mode.
If the connection is unstable, such as when producing only intermittent sound, select the “Priority on stable connection” mode.
Sound quality and indicator (blue) of each mode
When you switch the sound quality mode, the indicator flashes in blue to show the current sound quality mode.
“Priority on sound quality” mode: 3 times
--SBC, AAC, aptX, or LDAC is selected automatically.
“Priority on stable connection” mode: 1 time
SBC
1
Turn on the headset by pressing the
down.
button for more than 2 seconds while holding the NC button
To check the sound quality mode
While the headset is powered on, press and hold the
button, then press the NC button within 2 seconds (before the power is
turned off). The indicator will flash in blue 3 times (“Priority on sound quality” mode) or 1 time (“Priority on stable connection”
mode).
Note
When you turn on the headset by pressing the
button only, the indicator (blue) flashes two times to indicate the power-on, but the headset
does not indicate the sound quality mode with flashes of the indicator (blue).
The playback time may become shorter, depending on the sound quality and the conditions under which you are using the headset.
Depending on the ambient conditions in the area where you are using the headset, intermittent sound may still occur, even if the “Priority on stable
connection” mode is selected.
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Checking the sound quality mode
When you switch the sound quality mode, the indicator flashes in blue to show the current sound quality mode.
button, then press the NC button within 2 seconds (before the power is
When the headset is powered on, press and hold the
turned off), then the indicator flashes in blue to show the current sound quality mode.
“Priority on sound quality” mode: 3 times
--
--
SBC, AAC, aptX, or LDAC is selected automatically.
“Priority on stable connection” mode: 1 time
SBC
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Listening to ambient sound during music playback (Ambient Sound Mode)
You can hear ambient sound through the microphones embedded in the left/right units of the headset while enjoying music.
Select one of two modes based on the sound you want to listen to: normal mode and voice mode.
To activate the Ambient Sound Mode
Press the AMBIENT SOUND button repeatedly.
A: AMBIENT SOUND button
Each time you press the button, the Ambient Sound Mode changes as follows:
Normal mode: While listening to music, you can hear ambient sound as if you were not wearing the headset. The indicator
(yellow) lights up. You hear voice guidance “Ambient sound normal”.
Voice mode: While listening to music, you can notice sounds such as train announcements. The indicator (yellow) flashes. You
hear voice guidance “Ambient sound voice”.
To deactivate the Ambient Sound Mode
Press the NC button. The noise canceling function is turned on. You hear voice guidance “Noise canceling on”.
Note
Depending on the ambient condition and type/volume of the audio played back, ambient sound may not be heard even if you use the Ambient
Sound Mode. Do not use the headset in places where it would be dangerous if you are unable to hear ambient sound, such as a road with car
traffic.
If the headset is not worn properly, the Ambient Sound Mode may not work correctly. Wear the headset properly.
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Listening to ambient sound quickly (Quick Attention Mode)
This function turns down music, call sound, and ringtone to allow ambient sound to be heard easily. It is useful when you want to
listen to a train announcement, etc.
To activate the Quick Attention Mode
Touch the whole right touch sensor. The Quick Attention Mode is activated while the whole right touch sensor is touched.
The indicator (yellow) on the AMBIENT SOUND button flashes quickly.
A: Touch sensor
To deactivate the Quick Attention Mode
Move your hand off the touch sensor.
Note
Touch the touch sensor correctly. If you touch as follows, the function may not work properly.
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The whole touch sensor is not covered.
The touch sensor is not touched.
Depending on the ambient condition and type/volume of the played back audio, ambient sound may not be heard even if you use the Quick
Attention Mode. Do not use the headset in places where it would be dangerous if you are unable to hear ambient sound, such as a road with car
traffic.
If the headset is not worn properly, the Quick Attention Mode may not work correctly. Wear the headset properly.
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Supported codecs
A codec is an audio coding algorithm used when transmitting sound via a BLUETOOTH connection.
The headset supports the following 4 codecs for music playback via an A2DP connection: SBC, AAC, aptX, and LDAC.
SBC
This is an abbreviation for Subband Codec.
This is the standard audio coding technology used by BLUETOOTH devices.
All BLUETOOTH devices support SBC.
AAC
This is an abbreviation for Advanced Audio Coding.
AAC is mainly used by Apple products such as iPhones, and it provides higher sound quality than that of SBC.
aptX
This is an audio coding technology.
aptX is used by some Android smartphones, and it provides a lower compression rate and higher sound quality than that of
SBC.
LDAC
LDAC is an audio coding technology developed by Sony that enables the transmission of High-Resolution (Hi-Res) Audio
content, even over a BLUETOOTH connection.
Unlike other BLUETOOTH compatible coding technologies such as SBC, it operates without any down-conversion of the HiRes Audio content (*), and allows approximately three times more data (**) than those other technologies to be transmitted
over a BLUETOOTH wireless network with unprecedented sound quality, by means of efficient coding and optimized
packetization.
*
**
excluding DSD format contents
in comparison with SBC when the bitrate of 990 kbps (96/48 kHz) or 909 kbps (88.2/44.1 kHz) is selected
With the headset set to the “Priority on sound quality” mode, when music in one of the above codecs is transmitted from a
connected device, the headset switches to that codec automatically and plays back the music in the same codec.
However, depending on the device to be connected with the headset, you may need to set the device beforehand to listen to
music in a different codec on the headset, even if the device supports a codec of higher sound quality than SBC.
Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the device regarding setting the codec.
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Receiving a call
You can enjoy a hands-free call with a smartphone or mobile phone that supports the BLUETOOTH profile HFP (Hands-free
Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile), via a BLUETOOTH connection.
If your smartphone or mobile phone supports both HFP and HSP, set it to HFP.
Operations may vary depending on the smartphone or mobile phone. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
smartphone or mobile phone.
Ring tone
When an incoming call arrives, a ring tone will be heard from the headset, and the indicator (blue) flashes quickly.
You will hear either of following ring tones, depending on your smartphone or mobile phone.
Ring tone set on the headset
Ring tone set on the smartphone or mobile phone
Ring tone set on the smartphone or mobile phone only for a BLUETOOTH connection
1
Connect the headset to a smartphone or mobile phone beforehand.
2
When you hear a ring tone, double-tap the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second interval) and receive
the call.
When an incoming call arrives even while you are listening to music, playback pauses and a ring tone will be heard from the
headset.
A: Microphone
If no ring tone is heard via the headset
The headset may not be connected with the smartphone or mobile phone with HFP or HSP. Check the connection status
on the smartphone or mobile phone.
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If playback does not pause automatically, operate the headset to pause playback.
3
Control the volume by operating the touch sensor.
To increase the volume: Swipe up repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
To decrease the volume: Swipe down repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
If you hold your finger to the touch sensor after swiping up or down, the volume continues to change.
When the volume reaches the maximum or minimum, an alarm sounds.
4
To end the call, double-tap the touch sensor lightly again.
If you received a call during music playback, music playback resumes automatically.
Note
Depending on the smartphone or mobile phone, playback may not resume automatically even if you finish the call.
Use a smartphone or mobile phone at least 50 cm(19 3/4 in.) away from the headset. Noise may result if the headset and the smartphone or
mobile phone are too close.
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Hint
Some smartphones or mobile phones by default receive calls with the phone instead of the headset. With an HFP or HSP connection, switch the
call device to the headset by holding your finger to the touch sensor until the device is switched or by using your smartphone or mobile phone.
If you adjust the volume on the headset when not talking, the music playback volume is adjusted.
Volume during a call and volume during music playback can be adjusted independently. Changing the call volume does not change the volume of
music playback, and vice versa.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Making a call
Functions for a phone call
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Making a call
You can enjoy a hands-free call with a smartphone or mobile phone that supports the BLUETOOTH profile HFP (Hands-free
Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile), via a BLUETOOTH connection.
If your smartphone or mobile phone supports both HFP and HSP, set it to HFP.
Operations may vary depending on the smartphone or mobile phone. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
smartphone or mobile phone.
1
Connect the headset to a smartphone or mobile phone beforehand.
2
Operate your smartphone or mobile phone to make a call.
When you make a call, the dial tone is heard from the headset.
If you make a call while you are listening to music, playback pauses.
If no dial tone is heard via the headset, switch the call device to the headset using your smartphone or mobile phone or by
holding your finger to the touch sensor until the device is switched.
A: Microphone
3
Control the volume by operating the touch sensor.
To increase the volume: Swipe up repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
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To decrease the volume: Swipe down repeatedly until the volume reaches the desired level.
If you hold your finger to the touch sensor after swiping up or down, the volume continues to change.
When the volume reaches the maximum or minimum, an alarm sounds.
4
To end the call, double-tap the touch sensor lightly again.
If you made a call during music playback, music playback resumes automatically.
Note
Use a smartphone or mobile phone at least 50 cm(19 3/4 in.) away from the headset. Noise may result if the headset and the smartphone or
mobile phone are too close.
Hint
Volume for a call can be adjusted during a telephone conversation only.
Volume for a call and listening to music can be adjusted independently. Even if you change the volume while playing back music, the volume of a
call does not change.
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How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Receiving a call
Functions for a phone call
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Functions for a phone call
The available functions may vary depending on the profile supported by your smartphone or mobile phone. Even if the profile is
the same, functions may vary depending on the smartphone or mobile phone.
Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your smartphone or mobile phone.
Supported profile: HFP
During standby/music playback
Hold your finger to the touch sensor to start the voice dial function of the smartphone/cell phone (*) or activate Siri of the
iPhone/iPad.
Outgoing call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second interval) to cancel an outgoing call.
Hold your finger to the touch sensor until the call device is switched between the headset and the smartphone or mobile
phone.
Incoming call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly to answer a call.
Hold your finger to the touch sensor to reject a call.
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During call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly to finish a call.
Hold your finger to the touch sensor until the call device is switched between the headset and the smartphone or mobile
phone.
Supported profile: HSP
Outgoing call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly to cancel an outgoing call. (*)
Incoming call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly to answer a call.
During call
Double-tap the touch sensor lightly to finish a call. (*)
*
Some devices may not support this function.
Related Topic
Receiving a call
Making a call
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Using the voice assist function (Siri)
By using the Siri feature that comes with iPhone/iPad, you can speak to the headset’s microphone to operate the iPhone/iPad.
The following shows how to use Siri.
1
Turn Siri on.
On iPhone/iPad, select [Settings] — [General] — [Siri] to turn Siri on.
The operation above is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions of the iPhone/iPad.
Note: For details on Siri, refer to the operating instructions or support website of the iPhone/iPad.
2
Connect the headset to the iPhone/iPad via BLUETOOTH.
3
When the iPhone/iPad is in standby or playing music, hold your finger to the touch sensor to activate
Siri.
You hear a startup sound.
4
Make a request to Siri through the headset’s microphone.
For details on Siri, such as apps which work with Siri, refer to the operating instructions of the iPhone/iPad.
5
To continue to request, double-tap the touch sensor lightly before Siri is deactivated.
* After activating Siri, when a certain time has passed without requests, a beep will sound and Siri will be deactivated.
Note
Siri cannot be activated when you say “Hey Siri” through the headset’s microphone even when the iPhone/iPad’s [Allow “Hey Siri”] setting is on.
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Precautions
Note on static electricity
Static electricity accumulated in the body may cause mild tingling in your ears. To minimize the effect, wear clothes made from
natural materials.
Others
If you paste stickers, etc. on the touch sensor, the touch sensor may not operate correctly.
Do not place this headset in a place exposed to humidity, dust, soot or steam, or subject to direct sunlight. Do not leave the
headset in a car for a long time. It may cause a malfunction.
Using the BLUETOOTH device may not function on mobile phones, depending on radio wave conditions and location where
the device is being used.
Listening with this headset at high volume may affect your hearing. For traffic safety, do not use this headset while driving or
cycling.
Do not use the headset in places where it would be dangerous if you are unable to hear ambient sound, such as at railroad
crossings, train station platforms, pedestrian crossings, and construction sites.
Do not put weight or pressure on this headset as it may cause the headset to deform during long storage.
Do not subject the headset to excessive shock.
Clean the headset with a soft dry cloth.
Do not expose the headset to water. The headset is not waterproof. Remember to follow the precautions below.
Be careful not to drop the headset into a sink or other container filled with water.
Do not use the headset in humid locations or bad weather, such as in the rain or snow.
Do not get the headset wet. If you touch the headset with wet hands, or put the headset in a damp article of clothing, the
headset may get wet and this may cause a malfunction of the headset.
If you experience discomfort after using the BLUETOOTH device, stop using the BLUETOOTH device immediately. Should any
problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The earpads may deteriorate due to long-term storage or use.
Optional replacement earpads can be ordered from your nearest Sony dealer.
If you have any questions or problems concerning this headset that are not covered in this manual, please consult your
nearest Sony dealer.
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What is BLUETOOTH wireless technology?
BLUETOOTH wireless technology is a short-range wireless technology that enables wireless data communication between digital
devices, such as a computer and digital camera. BLUETOOTH wireless technology operates within a range of about 10 m(30
feet).
Connecting two devices as necessary is common, but some devices can be connected to multiple devices at the same time.
You do not need to use a cable for connection, nor is it necessary for the devices to face one another, such is the case with
infrared technology. For example, you can use such a device in a bag or pocket.
BLUETOOTH is an international standard supported by thousands of companies worldwide.
Communication system and compatible BLUETOOTH profiles of the unit
Profile is standardization of the function for each BLUETOOTH device specification. The unit supports the following BLUETOOTH
version and profiles:
Communication system:
BLUETOOTH Specification Ver. 4.1
Compatible BLUETOOTH profiles:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile): Transmitting or receiving audio content of high-quality.
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile): Controlling A/V equipment; pausing, stopping, starting playback, etc.
HSP (Headset Profile)(*): Talking on the phone/Operating the phone.
HFP (Hands-free Profile)(*): Talking on the phone/Operating the phone by hands-free.
*
When you use a BLUETOOTH mobile phone supported by both HFP (Hands-free Profile) and HSP (Headset Profile), set it to HFP.
Maximum communication range
Use the devices within a range of about 10 m(30 feet) of line of sight.
Maximum communication range may shorten under the following conditions.
There is an obstacle such as a person, metal, or wall between this unit and the BLUETOOTH device.
A Wi-Fi device is in use near this unit.
A microwave oven is in use near this unit.
A device that generates electromagnetic radiation is in use near this unit.
Interference from other devices
Because BLUETOOTH uses 2.4 GHz, the same frequency as some Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11b/g/n), a Wi-Fi device used nearby may
cause interference: resulting in noise, an invalid connection, or deterioration of communication speed. In such a case, perform the
following.
Use this unit at least 10 m(30 feet) away from the Wi-Fi device.
If this unit is used within 10 m(30 feet) of a Wi-Fi device, turn off the Wi-Fi device.
Bring the headset and the BLUETOOTH device closer together.
Interference to other devices
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Microwaves emitting from a BLUETOOTH device may affect the operation of electronic medical devices. Turn off this unit and
other BLUETOOTH devices in the following locations, as it may cause an accident.
where inflammable gas is present, in a hospital, train, airplane, or a gas station
near automatic doors or a fire alarm
Note
To be able to use the BLUETOOTH function, the BLUETOOTH device to be connected requires the same profile as this unit. Note also that even if
the same profile exists, devices may vary in function depending on their specifications.
Due to the characteristic of BLUETOOTH wireless technology, the sound played on this unit is slightly delayed from the sound played on the
BLUETOOTH device during talking on the telephone or listening to the music.
This unit supports security capabilities that comply with the BLUETOOTH standard to provide a secure connection when the BLUETOOTH
wireless technology is used, but security may not be enough depending on the setting. Be careful when communicating using BLUETOOTH
wireless technology.
We do not take any responsibility for the leakage of information during BLUETOOTH communication.
A device featuring the BLUETOOTH function is required to conform to the BLUETOOTH standard specified by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and be
authenticated. Even if the connected device conforms to the above mentioned BLUETOOTH standard, some devices may not be connected or
work correctly, depending on the features or specifications of the device.
Noise or sound skips may occur depending on the BLUETOOTH device connected with this unit, the communication environment or the usage
environment.
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Trademarks
The BLUETOOTH word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Corporation
is under license.
The N-Mark is a trademark or registered trademark of NFC Forum, Inc. in the United States and in other countries.
Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc.
iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Siri are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Microsoft, Windows and Windows Vista are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
Mac and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Qualcomm is a trademark of Qualcomm Incorporated, registered in the United States and other countries, used with
permission. aptX is a trademark of Qualcomm Technologies International, Ltd., registered in the United States and other
countries, used with permission.
The LDAC name and logo is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
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Customer support websites
Please access the following support website to get the support information about your headset:
For customers in the U.S.A:
http://esupport.sony.com/
For customers in Canada:
http://esupport.sony.com/CA/
For customers in Latin America:
http://esupport.sony.com/LA/
For customers in European countries:
www.sony.eu/support
For customers in China:
https://service.sony.com.cn/
For customers in other countries/regions:
http://www.sony-asia.com/
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What can I do to solve a problem?
If the headset does not function as expected, try the following steps to resolve the issue.
Find the symptoms of the issue in this Help Guide, and try any corrective actions listed.
Connect the headset to a computer to charge the battery.
You may be able to resolve some issues by charging the battery.
Reset the headset.
Initialize the headset.
This operation resets volume settings, etc., and deletes all pairing information.
Look up information on the issue on the customer support website.
If the operations above do not work, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
Related Topic
Charging the headset
Customer support websites
Resetting the headset
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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The headset is not turned on.
Charge the battery of the headset.
The headset cannot be turned on while charging the battery. Remove the micro-USB cable from the headset, and then turn on
the headset again.
Related Topic
Charging the headset
Checking the remaining battery charge
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Charging cannot be done.
Check that you are using the micro-USB cable supplied.
Check that the micro-USB cable is connected to the headset and the computer firmly.
Check that the computer is turned on.
Check that the computer is not in standby, sleep or hibernation mode.
When using Windows 8.1 update using Windows Update.
Related Topic
Charging the headset
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Charging time is too long.
Check that the headset and the computer are directly connected, not via a USB hub.
Related Topic
Charging the headset
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The headset cannot be recognized by a computer.
The micro-USB cable is not connected properly to the USB port of the computer. Connect the micro-USB cable again.
Check that the headset and the computer are directly connected, not via a USB hub.
A problem may have occurred with the connected USB port of the computer. Connect to another USB port if it is available.
Try the USB connection procedure again in cases other than those stated above.
Check that you are using the micro-USB cable supplied.
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The remaining battery charge of the headset is not displayed on the screen of an
iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
The remaining battery charge is shown only on the screen of an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.0 or later) that supports
HFP (Hands-free Profile).
Make sure that the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is connected with HFP (Hands-free Profile). Otherwise, the remaining battery
charge will not be displayed correctly.
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No sound
Check that both the headset and the connected device (i.e., smartphone) are turned on.
An A2DP BLUETOOTH connection is not made between the headset and the BLUETOOTH device. Use the BLUETOOTH
device and make an A2DP BLUETOOTH connection.
Turn up the volume of the headset and the connected device (i.e., smartphone).
Check that the connected device is playing back.
If you are connecting a computer to the headset, make sure the audio output setting of the computer is set for a BLUETOOTH
device.
Pair the headset and the BLUETOOTH device again.
Check that the headphone cable is connected firmly.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Listening to music from a device connected via BLUETOOTH
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Low sound level
Turn up the volume of the headset and the connected device.
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Low sound quality
Turn down the volume of the connected device.
Keep the headset away from a microwave oven, Wi-Fi device, etc.
Bring the headset and the BLUETOOTH device closer together. Remove any obstacles between the headset and the
BLUETOOTH device.
Keep the headset away from a TV.
Switch the BLUETOOTH connection to A2DP by operating the BLUETOOTH device when HFP or HSP is set.
If you connect a device with a built-in radio or tuner to the headset, broadcasts may not be received, or sensitivity may be
reduced. Locate the headset farther away from the device and check that you can listen to the broadcasts satisfactorily.
If you have previously connected the headset to this BLUETOOTH device, only an HFP/HSP BLUETOOTH connection may be
made when the headset is turned on. If this happens, use the BLUETOOTH device and make an A2DP BLUETOOTH
connection.
When you listen to music from a computer on the headset, sound quality may be poor for the first few seconds after a
connection is made. This is caused by the computer transmitting music at sound quality for communications at first, and it is
not a malfunction.
If the sound quality does not improve after a few seconds, double-tap the touch sensor lightly (about 0.4-second interval) of
the headset. Or, operate the computer to make an A2DP connection. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
computer for computer operation.
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Sound skips frequently during playback.
Set the headset to the “Priority on stable connection” mode. For details, refer to “Switching the sound quality mode.”
Remove any obstacles between the antenna of the BLUETOOTH device to be connected and the built-in antenna of the
headset. The antenna of the headset is built into the part shown in the dotted line below.
A: Location of the built-in antenna
BLUETOOTH communications may be disabled, or noise or audio dropout may occur under the following conditions.
There is a human body between the headset and the BLUETOOTH device. This situation may be improved by placing the
BLUETOOTH device facing the antenna of the headset.
There is an obstacle, such as metal or wall, between the headset and the BLUETOOTH device.
A device using 2.4 GHz frequency, such as a Wi-Fi device, cordless telephone, or microwave oven, is in use near this
headset.
The situation may be improved by changing the wireless playback quality settings or fixing the wireless playback mode to SBC
on the transmitting device. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the transmitting device.
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The noise canceling effect is not sufficient.
Make sure that the noise canceling function is turned on (the indicator (green) lights up).
Adjust the earpad position to fit your ears.
The noise canceling function is effective in low frequency ranges such as airplanes, trains, offices, near air-conditioning, and is
not as effective for higher frequencies, such as human voices.
Related Topic
Noise canceling function
Using the noise canceling function
About the Automatic AI noise canceling function
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Pairing cannot be done.
Bring the headset and the BLUETOOTH device within 1 m(3 feet) from each other.
When you turn on the headset for the first time after purchasing, initializing, or repairing it, the headset enters pairing mode
automatically. Pair the headset with a BLUETOOTH device. When you want to pair a 2nd or subsequent device, press and
button of the headset for about 7 seconds to enter pairing mode.
hold the
When you pair the headset with devices again after initializing or repairing the headset, information for pairing with the
headset remaining on the iPhone or other device may prevent you from pairing them successfully. In this case, delete the
pairing information of the headset from the device, and then pair them again.
Related Topic
About the indicator
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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Unable to connect the headset to a BLUETOOTH device with one-touch
connection (NFC)
Keep the smartphone close to the headset until the smartphone reacts. If you fail to connect, move the smartphone slowly on
the N-Mark of the headset.
Check that the NFC function of the smartphone is set to on.
If the smartphone is in a case, remove it.
NFC reception sensitivity varies depending on the device. If you repeatedly fail to connect the headset with a smartphone by
one touch, connect it to the headset by on-screen operation on the smartphone.
You cannot make a one-touch connection (NFC) while charging the battery because the headset cannot be turned on. Finish
charging first, and then make the one-touch connection (NFC).
You are using a smartphone with Android 2.3.3 up to Android 4.0.4, but has not installed the one-touch connection app “NFC
Easy Connect.”
You cannot make a one-touch connection (NFC) when the headphone cable is connected to the INPUT jack. Remove the
headphone cable from the headset.
Related Topic
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 4.1 or later)
One-touch connection (NFC) with a smartphone (Android 2.3.3 or later, and less than Android 4.1)
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Unable to make a BLUETOOTH connection
Check that the headset is turned on.
Check that the BLUETOOTH device is turned on and the BLUETOOTH function is on.
Connection with the BLUETOOTH device may not be memorized on the headset. Make a BLUETOOTH connection from the
BLUETOOTH device to the headset soon after pairing is complete.
The BLUETOOTH device is in sleep mode.
The BLUETOOTH connection is terminated. Make the BLUETOOTH connection again.
Related Topic
About the indicator
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
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Distorted sound
Keep the headset away from a microwave oven, Wi-Fi device, etc.
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The BLUETOOTH wireless communication range is short, or the sound skips.
Set the headset to the “Priority on stable connection” mode. For details, refer to “Switching the sound quality mode.”
Remove any obstacles between the antenna of the BLUETOOTH device to be connected and the built-in antenna of the
headset. The antenna of the headset is built into the part shown in the dotted line below.
A: Location of the built-in antenna
BLUETOOTH communications may be disabled, or noise or audio dropout may occur under the following conditions.
There is a human body between the headset and the BLUETOOTH device. This situation may be improved by placing the
BLUETOOTH device facing the antenna of the headset.
There is an obstacle, such as metal or wall, between the headset and the BLUETOOTH device.
A device using 2.4 GHz frequency, such as a Wi-Fi device, cordless telephone, or microwave oven, is in use near this
headset.
The situation may be improved by changing the wireless playback quality settings or fixing the wireless playback mode to SBC
on the transmitting device. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the transmitting device.
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The headset does not operate properly.
Reset the headset. Pairing information is not deleted by this operation.
If you cannot use the headset even after resetting it, initialize the headset.
Related Topic
Resetting the headset
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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No voice from callers
Check that both the headset and the connected device (i.e., smartphone) are turned on.
Turn up the volume of the headset and the connected device (i.e., smartphone).
Check that output of the BLUETOOTH device is set for the headset.
Select an HFP or HSP BLUETOOTH connection by operating the BLUETOOTH device.
If you are listening to music using the headset, stop playback, double-tap the touch sensor lightly and talk.
Related Topic
How to make a wireless connection to BLUETOOTH devices
Receiving a call
Making a call
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Low voice from callers
Turn up the volume of the headset and the connected device.
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Resetting the headset
If the headset cannot be turned on, or if it cannot be operated even when it is turned on, connect the headset to a booted
button and NC button simultaneously. The headset will be
computer using the supplied micro-USB cable, then press the
reset. Pairing information is not deleted.
To charge the headset after resetting, disconnect and reconnect the micro-USB cable.
If the headset does not operate correctly even after resetting, initialize the headset to restore factory settings.
Related Topic
Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
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Initializing the headset to restore factory settings
Disconnect the micro-USB cable, turn off the headset, then press and hold the
button and AMBIENT SOUND button
simultaneously for more than 7 seconds.
), and the headset is reset to the factory settings. All pairing information is
The indicator (blue) flashes 4 times (
deleted.
If the headset does not operate correctly even after initializing, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
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MDR-1000X/B
Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones
Hear what matters with industry-leading, adaptive noise cancelling3,
wireless freedom and Hi-Res Audio that lets you focus on music in its
purest form. Listen and talk without taking them off with the easy touchcontrol shells, while the SENSE engine adapts to your environment and
eliminates ambient noise in all conditions. All with up 20 hours of battery
life2. Noise cancelling headphones have never been this advanced – or
sounded this good.
Features
Isolate yourself from external noise with industry-leading noise cancelation3
Industry-leading noise cancelling performance3 features a personal noise cancelling optimizer that adapts to your
environment and eliminates noise in all conditions.
Enjoy Bluetooth wireless connectivity and Hi-Fi quality audio
Connect easily to your favorite devices via Bluetooth with NFC and enjoy a near Hi-Res experience when wirelessly
streaming your music with built-in LDAC™ enhanced codec support1.
Listen to ambient sounds quickly and clearly
The Quick Attention function let you instantly hear conversations and your surroundings by simply cupping your hand over
the right earcup of the headphones.
Hear music at its best with Hi-Res Audio (wired)
The 40 mm high sensitivity driver with a frequency response up to 40kHZ delivers Hi-Res Audio playback, so you can hear
every detail just like the artist intended.
Listen longer
The built-in rechargeable battery provides up to 20 hours of continuous, wireless music playback.2
Control everything by touch
Intuitive, easy to use touch controls allow for easy Play/Stop, track control, and volume adjust via the touch sensor control
panel mounted on the housing of the right ear cup of the headphones.
Catch important sounds with Ambient Sound Mode
Ambient sound mode (Normal Mode) makes it possible to Hear essential everyday sounds, such as traffic, while still
listening to music in the background.
Listen to music without missing announcements
Ambient Sound Mode (Voice Mode) lets you to listen to your music without distraction, while still catching important
announcements.
Easily take calls wirelessly
Enjoy noise and hands-free calling thanks to the integrated microphone and Bluetooth®1 profile connectivity. When
receiving a call just tap on the right earcup of the headphones to answer your call and tap again to hang up.
Hard carrying case included
Included hard carrying case makes it easy to safely bring your headphones with you, where you go.
Specifications
General Features(Headphone)
CableLength
Headphone cable (approx. 1.5m, silver-coated OFC strands, gold-plated stereo
mini plug)
Cable Type
Single-sided (detachable)
Diaphragm
Alminum coated LCP
Driver Unit
40mm, dome type (CCAW Voice Coil)
Frequency Response
4Hz-40,000Hz
Headphone Type
Closed, dynamic
Impedance
46 ohm (1kHz)(when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned
on)
16 ohm (1kHz)(when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned
off)
Magnet
Neodymium
Plug
Gold-plated L-shaped stereo mini plug
Sensitivity
103dB/mW (1kHz)(when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned
on)
98dB/mW (1kHz)(when connecting via the headphone cable with the unit turned
off)
Wearing Style
Circum Aural
Weights (Approx.) *excl.cable erights
275g
General Features(Microphone)
Direction of Microphone
All Direction
Effective Frequency of Microphone
100-8,000Hz
Unit of Microphone
Electret Condenser Microphone
General Features(Active Headphones)
Batteries
DC3.7V : Built-in litium-ion rechargeable battery
Battery Charge Method
USB
Battery Charge Time
Approx. 4 Hours
Battery Indicator (charge indication)
Red LED
Battery Indicator (working indication)
Blue LED, Red LED, Green LED, Yellow LED
Battery Life(continuous communication time)
Max. 24 hours(NC ON)
Max. 26 hours(NC OFF)
Battery Life(continuous music playback time)
Max. 20 hours (NC ON)
Max. 22 hours (NC OFF)
Battery Life(Waiting Time)
Max. 34 hours(NC ON)
Max. 120 hours(NC OFF)
Frequency Response
4Hz - 40,000Hz
Input(s)
Micro USB, Stereo Mini Jack
Passive Operation
Yes
Volume Control
Touch sensor
Bluetooth
Bluetooth® Technology
Version 4.1
Effective Range
Line of sight approx.30ft (10m)
Frequency Range
2.4GHz band (2.4000GHz-2.4835GHz)
Frequency Range(A2DP)
20Hz - 20,000Hz (44.1kHz Sampling) / 20Hz - 40,000Hz (LDAC 96kHz Sampling,
990kbps)
Interface
A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
Modulation Method
FHSS
NFC
Yes
Power Output
Bluetooth power class 2
Supported Audio Format(s)
SBC, AAC, aptX, LDAC
Supported Content Protection
SCMS-T
Noise Canceling Features
AI NC
Yes
Noise Canceling ON/OFF Switch
Yes
Accessories
Supplied Accessories
Carring Case
Plug Adaptor for In-flight Use
Connection Cable
USB Cable
Warranty Card
Operating Instructions
1. Interoperability and compatibility among Bluetooth® devices may vary.
2. Actual performance varies based on settings, environmental conditions, and usage.
3. Ambient noise reduction based on Sony testing of Sony 1000X, Beats Studio wl and Bose QC35 with JEITA noise cancelling standard.
© 2016 Sony Electronics, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony, S-MASTER, LDAC and the Sony logo are trademarks of
Sony Corporation. Bluetooth and the Bluetooth logo are trademarks of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. Features and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
Updated: August 31, 2016
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against defects in material or workmanship for the original owner and any subsequent end user owner(s) ("You" or "Your'') for the time period set forth above as set forth herein.
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Or call the Customer Experience Center: 1-800-222-SONY (7669)
To register Your product or for contact information to purchase accessories or parts go to Sony's Website
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What Happens If We Have A Dispute: Should a dispute or claim arise related to the product, Your purchase and/or use of the product, the terms of this Limited
Warranty, or any service provided under the terms of this Limited Warranty (including any repair or replacement) ("Dispute"), You and Sony agree that the Dispute
shall be resolved exclusively through binding arbitration. YOU UNDERSTAND AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT BY AGREEING TO ARBITRATION, YOU ARE
GIVING UP THE RIGHT TO LITIGATE (OR PARTICIPATE IN AS A PARTY OR CLASS MEMBER) IN ANY DISPUTES IN COURT. You also agree that ANY
DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEEDING WILL ONLY CONSIDER YOUR INDIVIDUAL CLAIMS, AND BOTH PARTIES AGREE NOT TO HAVE ANY DISPUTE
HEARD AS A CLASS ACTION, REPRESENTATIVE ACTION, CONSOLIDATED ACTION, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL ACTION. Despite the above, You
have the right to litigate any Dispute on an individual basis in small claims court or other similar court of limited jurisdiction , to the extent the amount at issue does
not exceed $15,000, and as long as such court has proper jurisdiction and all other requirements (including the amount in controversy) are satisfied.
Arbitration Instructions. To begin Arbitration, either You or Sony must make a written demand to the other lor arbitration . The Arbitration will take place before a single
arbitrator. The arbitration will be administered in keeping with the Expedited Procedures of the Commercial Arbitration Rules and the Supplementary Proceedings
for Consumer-Related disputes ("Rules") of the American Arbitration Association ("AAA"), when applicable and in effect when the claim is filed. You may get a copy
of AAA's Rules by contacting AAA at (800) 778-7879 or visiting www.adr.org. The filing fees to begin and carry out arbitration will be shared between You and Sony,
but in no event shall Your fees ever exceed the amount allowable by the special rules for Consumers Disputes provided for by AAA, at which point Sony will cover
all additional administrative lees and expenses. This does not prohibit the Arbitrator from giving the winning party their fees and expenses of the arbitration when
appropriate pursuant to the Rules. Unless You and Sony agree differently, the arbitration will take place in the county and state where You live, and applicable federal
or state law shall govern the substance of any Dispute during the arbitration. However, the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. § 1, et seq. , will govern the arbitration itself
and not any state law on arbitration. The Arbitrator's decision will be binding and final , except lor a limited right of appeal under the Federal Arbitration Act.
Opt-Out Instructions. IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO BE BOUND BY THE BINDING ARBITRATION PROVISION, THEN : (1) You must notify Sony in writing within 30
days of the date that You purchased the product; (2) Your written notification must be mailed to Sony Electronics Inc., 16535 Via Esprillo, MZ 1105, San Diego CA
92127, Attn: Legal Department; AND (3) Your written notification must include (a) Your NAME, (b) Your ADDRESS, (c) the DATE You purchased the product, and (d)
a clear statement that "YOU DO NOT WISH TO RESOLVE DISPUTES WITH ANY SONY ELECTRONICS ENTITY THROUGH ARBITRATION AND/OR BE BOUND
BY THE CLASS ACTION WAIVER."
Opting out of this dispute resolution procedure will not affect the coverage of the Limited Warranty in any way, and You will continue to enjoy the benefits of the Limited Warranty.
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