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HP KD031AA User Manual

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    HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones User Guide...

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    Hewlett-Packard Company under license. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Pairing using Windows XP ... 17 6 Using the audio line-in cable with other audio devices (select models only) 7 Terminating the headphone wireless connection Terminating a wireless connection with the Bluetooth audio adapter ... 23 Terminating a wireless connection with a Bluetooth-enabled computer ... 25...

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    Introduction HP Bluetooth® Pendant Headphones allow you to wirelessly connect to an audio device. SRS WOW Audio Technology (available with a WOW-enabled Bluetooth connection) features bass enhancement, virtual surround sound, and innovative “center control” that dramatically enhances your listening experience.

  • Page 6: Identifying Accessory Kit Contents

    Identifying accessory kit contents In addition to the Quick Setup poster and the documentation CD, the following items are included in the headphone accessory kit. NOTE: Some components may look slightly different from those pictured here. Component Earbuds Bluetooth audio adapter (select models only)

  • Page 7: Before You Begin

    Refer to Chapter 5 for information on connecting your headphones. If you purchased the HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones as an accessory kit, you can use the Bluetooth audio adapter for additional connections.

  • Page 8: Identifying Components

    Identifying components Chapter 2 Identifying components...

  • Page 9: Bluetooth Audio Adapter Components (select Models Only)

    Bluetooth audio adapter components (select models only) Component Adapter status light Multifunction button Audio-out (headphone) connector Connects the Bluetooth audio adapter to the audio-out (headphone) jack. Mini-USB port Description A blinking blue light can indicate any one of the following power states: ●...

  • Page 10: Bluetooth Receiver Components

    Bluetooth receiver components Component Mini-USB port Audio-out (headphone) jack Volume up button Next/fast forward button Charging light Volume down button Receiver status light Chapter 2 Identifying components Description Connects a mini-USB cable to charge the receiver. Connects the audio line-in cable.

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    Previous/rewind button Multifunction button ◦ Pairing: After you press and hold the multifunction button for 3 seconds, the light blinks faster until the headphones successfully pair with the audio device. ◦ Paired: When the headphones successfully pair with the audio device, the light blinks slowly.

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    Charging the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver Before you can use the headphones, you must charge both the Bluetooth audio adapter and the Bluetooth receiver. They can be charged using a USB port on your computer or using the AC adapter (select models only).

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    Plug the USB connector into the USB port (3) on the AC adapter or the computer.

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    NOTE: For safety and regulatory information, refer to the Regulatory, Safety and Environmental Notices. These notices are located on the HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones Accessory User Guides disc and in Help and Support. Chapter 3 Charging the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver...

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    Be sure that the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver are turned off. If the status lights are off, the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver are turned off. Plug the Bluetooth audio adapter into the audio-out (headphone) jack of an audio device, such as a mobile phone, MP3 player, or computer.

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    A blinking blue adapter status light (2) indicates that the adapter is turned on. Plug the earbuds into the audio-out (headphone) jack on the Bluetooth receiver. Chapter 4 Using the earbuds with the Bluetooth audio adapter (select models only)

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    Press and hold the multifunction button (1) on the Bluetooth receiver for 3 seconds, to turn on the receiver and begin pairing. A blinking blue receiver status light (2) indicates that the receiver is turned on. NOTE: If your Bluetooth connection is lost or terminated, turn off the Bluetooth receiver and go to step 1 of this section to reestablish your Bluetooth connection.

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    Using the headphones with a Bluetooth- enabled computer NOTE: To determine whether your computer is Bluetooth-enabled, look for the Bluetooth icon in the notification area, at the far right of the taskbar. Before using the headphones, be sure that the following conditions are met: ●...

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    NOTE: Be sure that the computer Bluetooth device is on and enabled. For more information about the Bluetooth device on your HP computer, click Start, click Help and Support, and then click User Guides. To pair the headphones using the Windows Vista® operating system, follow these steps: Be sure that the Bluetooth receiver is turned off.

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    On the Devices tab, click Add. Click My device is set up and ready to be found, and then click Next. When the headphones icon is displayed on the screen, click HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones, and then click Next. Click Pair to pair the devices.

  • Page 21: Pairing Using Windows Xp

    NOTE: Be sure that the computer Bluetooth device is on and enabled. For more information about the Bluetooth device on your HP computer, click Start, click Help and Support, and then click User Guides. To pair the headphones using the Windows® XP operating system, follow these steps: Be sure that the Bluetooth receiver is turned off.

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    Click Start, click Control Panel, and then click Bluetooth Devices. Under Bluetooth Places, click View Devices in Range in the Bluetooth Tasks section. Right-click the HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones icon, and then click Next. Type 0000 (4 zeros) as the code to pair the devices.

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    Be sure that the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver are turned off. If the status lights are off, the Bluetooth audio adapter and Bluetooth receiver are turned off. Plug the audio adapter into the audio-out (headphone) jack on an audio device, such as a computer, MP3 player, or CD player.

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    Plug the other end of the audio line-in cable into the auxiliary jack to an audio host (2), such as a car auxiliary port, stereo receiver, or speakers. NOTE: Certain audio devices may need their interface switched to AUX mode or Line-in mode. This will switch the audio source and allow you to play music through the auxiliary jack.

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    Press and hold the multifunction button (1) on the Bluetooth receiver for 3 seconds to turn on the receiver and begin pairing. A blinking blue receiver status light (2) indicates that the receiver is turned on and pairing. Open your media player software, if necessary, to begin listening to music or other audio output.

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    When you finish using the headphones, you should terminate the wireless connection to your computer or audio device. Choose one of the following two sections and follow the steps for terminating the connection to the Bluetooth audio adapter or to a Bluetooth-enabled device. Chapter 7 Terminating the headphone wireless connection...

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    Terminating a wireless connection with the Bluetooth audio adapter To terminate the connection, complete the following steps: Press and hold the Bluetooth receiver multifunction button for 3 seconds to turn off the receiver and deactivate Bluetooth. Press and hold the Bluetooth audio adapter multifunction button for 3 seconds to turn off the adapter and deactivate Bluetooth.

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    Unplug the Bluetooth audio adapter from the audio-out (headphone) jack of your computer or audio device. Chapter 7 Terminating the headphone wireless connection...

  • Page 29: Terminating A Wireless Connection With A Bluetooth-enabled Computer

    ● In Windows XP, select Start, click Control Panel, and then click Bluetooth Devices. Under Bluetooth Places, click View Devices in Range in the Bluetooth Tasks section. Right-click the HP Bluetooth Pendant Headphones icon. Click Disconnect. Click Unpair. Your headphones can now be paired with another device.

  • Page 30: Index

    6 charging Bluetooth audio adapter 8 Bluetooth receiver 8 charging light, receiver, identifying 6 connector, audio-out (headphone) 5 jack, audio-out (headphone) 6 lights adapter status 5 charging 6 receiver status 6 listening through earbuds, with Bluetooth audio adapter 11 Index...

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