What is BLUETOOTH technology?
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Quick Guide for BLUETOOTH function
BLUETOOTH wireless technology is a short-range
wireless technology that enables wireless data
communication between digital devices, such as a
cellular phone and a headset. BLUETOOTH wireless
technology operates within a range of about 10 m.
Connecting two devices 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 since
BLUETOOTH technology is a wireless technology,
neither 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 technology is an international standard
supported by millions of companies all over the world,
and employed by various companies worldwide.
This manual includes an overview of BLUETOOTH wireless technology and
instructions for basic operation of this unit. For full details on operation, see
the supplied operating instructions.
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Available BLUETOOTH functions
• Handsfree talking with your cellular phone in the car
(supported incoming/outgoing call) – HFP
• Phonebook transfer from your cellular phone – OPP
• Music streaming from your cellular phone or
portable audio device – A2DP
• Basic playback control from car audio – AVRCP
BLUETOOTH proﬁ les
Proﬁ les are the standardization of the functions for
each BLUETOOTH device speciﬁ cation. This unit
supports the following proﬁ les:
HFP (Hands-free Proﬁ le): Talking on the phone/
Operating the phone by hands-free.
OPP (Object Push Proﬁ le): Transferring phonebook
data from a cellular phone to this unit.
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Proﬁ le):
Receiving audio content of high-quality.
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Proﬁ le):
Controlling A/V equipment.
3 steps to BLUETOOTH function
First, register ("pair") a BLUETOOTH device
(cellular phone, etc.) and this unit with each other.
Once pairing is established, there is no need for
Operate the BLUETOOTH device to make the
Operate this unit to make the BLUETOOTH
connection to the recognized device.
- Talking on the phone
You can make and receive a call by operating
- Listening to music
You can listen to music played on the
Depending on the device, connection may start after
Step 1 – Pairing (Searching from this unit)
When connecting BLUETOOTH devices for the ﬁ rst
time, mutual registration is required. This is called
"pairing." This registration (pairing) is required only
for the ﬁ rst time, as this unit and the other devices will
recognize each other automatically from the next time.
(Depending on the device, you may need to input a
passcode for each connection.)
Searching for a BLUETOOTH device from this
Check that the other BLUETOOTH device is set to
allow for searching (discoverable) beforehand.
Select "Connectivity" "Search."
The process of searching for a connectable device
begins, then the detected device name(s) appear
in a list. If a device name cannot be received,
"Unknown" will be displayed.
Select the device to connect.
Input a passcode.
Input the same passcode for this unit and the
connecting device. The passcode can be either your
own selected number or the number determined by
the connecting device.
Press the joystick to conﬁ rm.
"Connected" appears and connection is complete.