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Denon AH-C160W Owner's Manual

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Preparation
Connections
Operation
Troubleshooting
Appendix
AH-C160W
Wireless Sport Headphones
Owner's Manual
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  • Page 1 Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix AH-C160W Wireless Sport Headphones Owner’s Manual You can print more than one page of a PDF onto a single sheet of paper.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Preparation Operation Unpacking Listening to music Features Conducting phone calls Wireless Making a call Sound Answering an incoming call Comfort Ending a call Durable Using the call waiting function Features and functions Ignoring an incoming call Charging / Battery status Switching a call from the headphones to a mobile phone Wearing...
  • Page 3: Unpacking

    Appendix Thank you for purchasing this product. To ensure proper operation, please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before using the product. Unpacking Unpack your new AH-C160W and verify that the following items are included. Quick Start Guide Safety Instructions USB cable Ear tips (XS/S/M/L) (for charging: Approx.
  • Page 4: Features

    Sound Along with four sizes of silicon ear tip, the AH-C160W comes with Comply tips made from Memory foam to ensure ultimate comfort The sound of the AH-C160W has been designed and tuned using in the ear.
  • Page 5: Features And Functions

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Features and functions A Status indicator LED B Call microphones C Volume buttons (+/–) (v p. 16) D Control button (1 3) Turns the power on/off. (v p. 10) Pairs the headphones with Bluetooth devices. (v p. 11) Operates the audio device that is connected using Bluetooth.
  • Page 6: Charging / Battery Status

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Charging / Battery status Connect the headphones to a computer or USB AC adapter (sold separately) using the supplied dedicated charging cable to charge the battery. 0 When using the headphones for the first time after purchase or when the remaining power of the rechargeable battery is low, charge the battery.
  • Page 7: Checking The Remaining Battery Power

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix o Checking the remaining battery power The remaining power of the rechargeable battery can be checked from the 0 When the remaining power of the rechargeable battery is running low, the LED number of beeps or audio guidance. Furthermore, it can also be checked flashes red at approximately 3-second intervals together with a beeping sound.
  • Page 8: Wearing

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Wearing o Wearing the headphones o Adjusting the length of the headphones cable These headphones are supplied with different sizes of ear rings and ear Attach the supplied slider to the headphones cable as shown in the figure tips for adjusting the fit.
  • Page 9 Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Switching Audio Guidance (notification sounds) You are notified when an operation has completed correctly by a “beep” or “audio guidance”. o Switching the audio guidance language You can switch to audio guidance in your preferred language or switch to a beep sound.
  • Page 10: Turning The Power On/Off

    Contents Preparation Connections Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Turning the power on/off Turn on the Bluetooth function of the Bluetooth device that you want to o Turning the power off connect to beforehand. Press and hold the headphones' control button for Press and hold the control button for approximately 3 approximately 3 second.
  • Page 11: Bluetooth Operation

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Bluetooth operation Pairing Registering (Pairing) and connecting a Bluetooth device You need to register (pair) a Bluetooth device with the headphones in advance in order to enjoy listening to wireless music or make phone calls. Check that the headphones are not connected to any Bluetooth device You can connect to a Bluetooth device any time after it has been paired.
  • Page 12 Troubleshooting Appendix When the headphones power is off, press and hold the Select “DENON AH-C160W” from the list of devices control button for approximately 3 seconds. displayed on the screen of your Bluetooth device. When registration (pairing) is complete and a Bluetooth connection...
  • Page 13: Reconnecting Paired Devices

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Reconnecting paired devices Press and hold the control button for approximately 3 seconds to turn the headphones power on. Check that the headphones are not connected to any Bluetooth device before connecting. Turn on the Bluetooth function of your mobile device. A beep sound is heard and the status indicator LED lights purple for approximately 1 second.
  • Page 14: Deleting Pairing Information

    Bluetooth device. Delete pairing information if you have made a mistake entering pairing If the device is not connected, select “DENON AH-C160W” from the information or when re-pairing a device. list of devices displayed on the screen of your Bluetooth device.
  • Page 15: Listening To Music

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Listening to music Select track First check that the headphones and Bluetooth device are connected via Bluetooth. (v p. 11) Next track: Press and hold the volume “+” button for approximately 1 second. Playback operations can be performed from both the Bluetooth device and headphones.
  • Page 16 Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Volume adjustment Increase volume (*1): Press the volume “+” button. Decrease volume (*2): Press the volume “-” button. z1 When the maximum volume is reached, a beep sounds twice. The volume cannot be increased further. z2 When the minimum volume is reached, a beep sounds once.
  • Page 17: Conducting Phone Calls

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Conducting phone calls Calls can be made while you are wearing the headphones. You can hear Making a call the caller’s voice through the headphones, and your voice is picked up by the built-in microphone in the headphones. The paired Bluetooth Dial operations are done on the paired mobile phone.
  • Page 18: Using The Call Waiting Function

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Using the call waiting function Ignoring an incoming call If you receive a call while another call is already in progress, you can place Press and hold the call button for approximately 2 seconds when an the current call (call A) on hold and switch to the new call (call B).
  • Page 19: Other Operations

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Other operations Incoming call Answer Press the call button once detected In standby mode/ Voice dial/ Press and hold the call During audio Voice activated call button for approximately 1 playback second. End call Press the call button once Mute on/off Press and hold the call...
  • Page 20: Information

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Information Replacing the ear tips Replacing the ear rings Ear rings adjust the degree of fit of the headphones in the ears. This Removing enables the headphones to be held firmly when vibration from jogging and Hold the ear tip and pull while tilting it.
  • Page 21: Audio Playback And Phone Calls On A Bluetooth Device

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Audio Playback and Phone Calls on a Bluetooth Device These headphones are compatible with SCMS-T content security standards. You can use these headphones with SCMS-T compatible mobile phones or devices. In order to listen to music via a Bluetooth connection, the connected Bluetooth device needs to be A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compatible.
  • Page 22: Troubleshooting

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Appendix Troubleshooting If the headphones do not operate correctly, first check the following items. Symptom Cause / Solution Page The Bluetooth function of the When the rechargeable battery has no power remaining, connect the headphones to a computer using headphones does not switch the supplied dedicated charging cable to charge the battery.
  • Page 23 Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Symptom Cause / Solution Page Cannot hear the caller’s voice. When listening to audio through the headphones, press the call button to switch to the call. Check that the power of the headphones is switched on. Check that the power of the Bluetooth device is on and the Bluetooth function is enabled.
  • Page 24: Troubleshooting Appendix

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Appendix Precautions for Use Be sure to read the Owner’s Manual of the device that you want to connect. Check the volume settings when using the headphones on public transport or in public places and make sure you do not disturb people around you. These headphones are not guaranteed to work with all combinations of Bluetooth devices/mobile phones.
  • Page 25: Disposal Of These Headphones

    Appendix Disposal of these headphones Trademark information The rechargeable battery built into these headphones can be recycled. Contact the Denon Customer Service Center for details on disposing of these headphones. The Bluetooth ® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Contents Preparation Connections Operation Troubleshooting Appendix Specifications o Headphone section Type: Dynamic type Drive units: φ11.5 mm Playback frequency: 5 – 22,000Hz Output sound pressure level: 100 dBA o Bluetooth section Compatible standards: Bluetooth 4.1 Transmission power class: Class1 Compatible profiles: A2DP/AVRCP/HSP/HFP A2DP codec support: AAC/SBC...
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