How to Pair
“Pairing” is the process that connects the speakerphone to your phone. You can pair more phones but can have only one active connection at a time.
How it works
You can listen to calls through your car stereo speakers by transferring the audio from the speakerphone to one of five FM channel options:
If your phone is A2DP-enabled you can also hear streaming audio like GPS instructions and music through your car speakers.
We recommend that you transfer audio to an FM channel before you start driving, and that you make a routinely clear channel a preset on your stereo.
|What You'll Hear||When You'll Hear It|
|Power On||After pressing the Mulitfunction button for 3-4 seconds|
|Power Off||After pressing the Mulitfunction button for 3-4 seconds|
|Battery Low||When you have less than an hour left before you must recharge the battery|
|Pairing||While the headset is in pairing/discoverable mode|
|Pairing Successful||After the phone paired successfully to the headset|
|Pairing Incomplete, Restart Headset||After the phone failed to pair with the headset|
|Connected||After turning the headset on or reconnecting a dropped Bluetooth signal|
|Lost Connection||When the phone loses the Bluetooth connection with the headset|
|Call Terminated||After ending a call or when using the call back feature through visual voice mail|
|Volume Maximum||After you reach the highest volume level|
|Mute On||After pressing the volume up (+) and volume down (-) buttons at the same time during a call|
|Mute Off||After pressing the volume up (+) and volume down (-) buttons at the same time while on mute during a call|
|FM On Channel xx.x||After tapping the FM button, FM transmission turns on and the voice announces the current station it is using|
|FM Channel xx.x||After pressing and holding the FM button, the voice announces the channel it now uses|
|FM Off||After tapping the FM button to turn transmission off|
Keep Your Eyes on the Road:
The controls are easy to find with your fingertips without looking for them. Before driving, reach up and familiarize yourself with the controls so you can keep your eyes on the road when a call comes in.
Avoid a Dead Battery:
Remember to power off the speakerphone when you exit your car. If you forget, the speakerphone will automatically turn off after 90 minutes of not having an active connection.
Protect Your Hearing:
You can adjust the volume faster by turning the volume wheel faster. To adjust the volume a small amount, turn the wheel slowly.
Turn the LED On or Off:
For comfortable night driving, you can turn the lights on or off by pressing and holding the Mute button for 2 seconds until you hear a tone.
Listen to the Voice:
This speakerphone says various status alerts when you power on/off, lose/reconnect the Bluetooth connection to your phone, or change FM channels.
Sound Your Best:
Clip the speakerphone to your visor where the two microphones, located on the top of the unit, can be closest to your face so you can speak in a normal tone of voice and be heard.