Plantronics .Audio 995 User Guide ™

Plantronics .Audio 995 User Guide ™
Plantronics .Audio™ 995
User Guide
Welcome
Congratulations on purchasing your new Plantronics .Audio™ 995.
This User Guide contains instructions for setting up and using the
.Audio 995. Please refer to the separate For Your Safety guide for
important safety, charging, battery, and regulatory information prior
to installation or use.
Getting Assistance
The Plantronics Technical Assistance Center is ready to assist
you. You can find answers to frequently asked questions, ask
a question using e-mail, receive service over the Internet, or speak
directly with a representative.Visit www.plantronics.com/support or call
your country support line mentioned at the back of this user guide.
Registering Your Product
Visit www.plantronics.com/productregistration to register your
product online so we can provide you with the best service and
technical support.
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Contents
Range................................................................................................iv
Package Contents and Features....................................................... 1
Charging Your Headset Using the USB Charger............................... 2
Using Your Headset........................................................................... 3
Pairing Your Headset......................................................................... 4
How to Manually Pair Your Headset and Adapter.................... 4
Headset Controls.............................................................................. 5
Operating Systerms Configuration.................................................... 6
Indicator Lights.................................................................................. 8
Product Specifications...................................................................... 9
Troubleshooting . ............................................................................ 10
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Important Note on Wireless Range
The .Audio 995 headset has a wireless range of
up to 12 meters. However, wireless performance
may be affected by nearby objects including walls,
metal items, and other wireless devices. When you
move the headset to the edge of its wireless range,
audio may become distorted and will eventually cut
out. Move closer to the wireless adapter to restore
clear audio.
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Package Contents and Features
Connect/Pair
Indicator Light
Wireless Adapter
Mute Microphone
Volume Up
Indicator Light
Play/Pause
Microphone
Volume Down
Track Skip Forward/
Fast Forward
Power On/Off
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Charging Your Headset Using the USB Charger
Before using your headset for the first time,
charge it for at least one hour. A full charge takes
approximately three hours.
1 Connect the charger cable to the headset.
2 Plug the charger into the USB port on your
computer.
While your headset is charging the indicator glows
red. When your headset is fully charged, the indicator
turns off.
note Charging time depends on the amount of
power your USB device provides.
Charging time
3-4 hours .................
Full charge
1 hour ......................
Minimum charge
before first use
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Using Your Headset
Congratulations, you can now listen to your favorite music or talk with friends and family using your new
wireless headset.
Using Your Headset
1 Make sure that your headset is fully charged. When fully charged, the red indicator light
turns off.
Do not use your headset while it is connected to the charger.
2 Plug the wireless adapter into a USB port on your computer.
Your computer and USB hub (if using) should be turned on.
NOTE When not using the headset and adapter, you can remove the adapter safely by just unplugging
it from the USB port.
3 After removing your headset from the charger, press the Power button for two seconds to
turn the headset on.
The headset and the adapter should connect immediately, and the indicator lights on both headset and
wireless adapter will be solid blue. If you cannot hear anything through your headset, try adjusting the
volume up or restarting the media application.
note If steps 1 through 3 do not work, refer to “Pairing Your Headset” on page 4 to manually pair your
headset and adapter.
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Pairing Your Headset
How to Manually Pair Your Headset and
Adapter
Your headset and adapter are factory pre-paired,
and should automatically connect with each
other. Should your headset and adapter become
unpaired, you can initiate pairing manually:
1 Press and hold the Power button on the
headset and the Connect button on the
adapter for 4 seconds.
The indicator lights on the headset and adapter
will rapidly flash blue.
2 The headset and adapter will automatically
3 Turn headset off.
4 Single press the Connect/Pair button on
the adapter, then repeat steps 1 and 2.
NOTe If your headset and adapter are separated
and lose their connection after being successfully
paired, they will automatically reconnect when
they come back into range of each other. If they
remain out of range for more than 30 seconds, the
headset will go into sleep mode, but will reconnect
automatically with the adapter once it is back in
range. If the headset is out of range for more than
15 minutes, it automatically shuts off.
attempt to pair.
If the pairing is successful the indicator lights
will glow solid blue; if unsuccessful, both
headset and adapter will stay in pairing mode.
If manual pairing was unsuccessful, and you want
to re-attempt the pairing process, you must first
take your headset and adapter out of pairing
mode.
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Headset Controls
Turn the headset
on/off
Press Power button for 2 seconds
Adjust volume
Increase: Press +
Decrease: Press Minimum volume: Continually press Pause music: Press
WARNING Do not use headsets at high volumes for an extended period of time.
Doing so can cause hearing loss. Always listen at moderate levels.
See www.plantronics.com/healthandsafety for more information on headsets
and hearing.
Muting the
microphone
Mute: Lift the boom to full stop.
Unmute: Lower the boom.
Caution Do not force the boom past its upper or lower limits.
Music controls
to Play or Pause music.
Press
to skip track forward.
Press
to fast forward.
Press and hold
NOTE Some applications, such as iTunes, must be the active window in order for
play, pause and skip to work properly.
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Operating Systems Configuration
Your .Audio 995 headset works with any USBcompliant computer. The headset will automatically
be set as the active audio device once the wireless
USB Adapter is plugged in. Below are details on
how to set the audio device for the most popular
operating systems.
Note On-ear controls may not function properly
with operating systerms earlier than Windows XP.
Windows XP®
1 Go to Start > Control Panel > Sounds and
Audio Devices.
2 On the Audio tab, select “Plantronics
Wireless Audio” as the Sound Playback
and Sound Recording device.
3 On the Voice tab, select the “Plantronics
Wireless Audio” as the Voice Playback and
Voice Recording device.
4 On the Volume tab, adjust the Volume
Slider as necessary. Do not select the
Mute option.
5 Select OK.
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Operating Systems Configuration
Windows Vista
Mac® OS X
1 Go to Start > Control Panel > Classic View
1 Go to System Preferences > Sound.
2 On the Output tab, select the “Plantronics
> Sounds.
2 On the Playback tab, select the
“Plantronics Wireless Audio” as the Sound
Playback device.
3 Select Properties, and on the Levels tab,
adjust the Volume Slider as necessary. Do
not select the mute option. Select OK.
4 On the Recording tab, select the
“Plantronics Wireless Audio” headset as
the Sound Recording device.
5 Select Properties, and on the Levels tab,
adjust the Volume Slider as necessary. Do
not select the mute option. Select OK.
Wireless Audio” headset as the Sound
Output device.
3 Adjust the Output Volume Slider as
necessary. Do not select the mute option.
4 On the Input tab, select the “Plantronics
Wireless Audio” headset as the Sound
Input device.
5 Adjust the Input Volume Slider as
necessary.
6 Select OK
6 Select OK.
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Indicator Lights—Headset and Wireless USB Adapter
Status
Indicator
Power On/Off
On: Steady blue glow
Off: Steady red glow, then off
Out of Range
Flashing blue
Charging
Solid red until charging complete
Connected to Adapter
Solid blue glow
Standby/Battery Save Mode Intermittent breathing or pulsing
(Sleep)
blue glow
Pairing
Headset and adapter will rapidly flash
blue when in pairing mode
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Product Specifications
Technology
Digital wireless
Wireless technolgy 2.4GHz
Full range stereo
Stereo headset
Speaker driver
size
Wearing style
Over the head
Cable length
Wireless
Ear cushion material
Non-allergenic
Ear cushion design
40mm diameter
Speaker frequency 20Hz—20kHz
response
100Hz—10kHz
Closed ear
Microphone
frequency
response
Noise cancelling mic
Yes
Wireless range
Up to 12 meters
Microphone boom
Rotates/bends
Battery Type
Mic mute
FastMic mute
Lithium ion polymer
(embedded, non-replaceable)
Volume controls
On ear
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Troubleshooting
The headset did not connect Ensure the headset is fully charged and powered on.
to the wireless USB adapter Ensure that the wireless USB adapter is plugged into a powered USB
on first use.
port. If the port is powered, the LED on the wireless USB adapter will
be lit.
If the wireless USB adapter is plugged into a USB hub, ensure that the
USB hub is turned on.
If all of the above fails, then follow the steps to pair the headset to the
wireless USB adapter.
The headset did not
re-connect to the wireless
USB adapter after coming
back into range.
Power off the headset and then power it back on. The headset should
then automatically re-connect to the wireless USB adapter.
The headset is paired to the
adapter, but I cannot hear
audio from the headset.
Ensure that both the headset and adapter are powered on and paired.
Restart any running applications. Some applications need to be restarted
in order to recognize a new audio device.
In the Control Panel, check sound and audio settings to ensure that the
chosen device is “Plantronics Wireless Device.”
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Troubleshooting
The play/pause and/or track
Some applications, such as iTunes, require that they be the active
skip function is not working for appliction (i.e., not minimized) in order to be controlled by a 3rd party
my application.
audio device.
Some media applications, when embedded in a web page, do not
recognize standard Windows audio commands for play/pause and/or
track skip.
When using the internet to
make calls (i.e., using VoIP),
callers cannot hear me.
Check that the application being used has “Plantronics Wireless Device”
listed as the active device for listening and speaking.
Some applictions need to be set manually or restarted before they will
recognize a new audio device.
Note: In unusual circumstances the headset may switch off. Switch the headset back on to resume
normal operation.
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For safety information, see the separate “For Your Safety” booklet.
For warranty information, see the “Getting Started” guide or visit www.plantronics.com
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