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Motorola DC800 - Bluetooth Wireless Audio Transmitter User Manual

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DC800
Bluetooth®
Home Stereo Adapter
Get Connected in
5 Quick Steps
1 - 2 CONNECT
3 - 4 PAIR
5
TEST AND
USE
Motorola, Inc.
Consumer Advocacy Office
1307 East Algonquin Road
Schaumburg, IL 60196 USA
Part Number: 6809494A97-B
MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US
Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are
owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc. under
license. All other product or service names are the property of
their respective owners.
The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be
prohibited or restricted in certain areas. Always obey the laws
and regulations on the use of these products.
© Motorola, Inc. 2005.
Before using this product, read the Important Safety and Legal
Information pamphlet and follow its instructions.
Follow the numbered steps to connect
®
and use a Motorola Bluetooth
DC800
Home Stereo Adapter.
Note: The DC800 Home Stereo Adapter is
a Class 1 Bluetooth device. Bluetooth
features and Bluetooth Class 1 power
levels are not allowed for outdoor operation
in France. To avoid unlawful interference
with radio signals, do not use the Bluetooth
features in France unless you are indoors.
Note: To operate with the DC800 Home
Stereo Adapter, your Bluetooth audio
device must support A2DP Profile
capability.
Note:
To maintain compliance with RF
exposure guidelines, you must keep the
DC800 Home Stereo Adapter at least 20
centimeters (8 inches) away from any
person.
3
PAIR WITH BLUETOOTH
HEADSET
CONTINUED
Pairing Button with
Power Button
Indicator Light
3
Press and hold the Pairing button on the
stereo adapter until the indicator light
remains solidly lit (about 5 seconds).
The stereo adapter searches for Bluetooth
devices. When the stereo adapter finds the
headphone, the indicator light rapidly flashes
indicating that pairing is successful.
Once the connection is established, the
indicator light changes to a slower, pulsing
light.
1
AUDIO
CONNECTIONS
Make the following audio connections to your
stereo adapter (using the supplied cables):
Audio Out
Jacks
Audio In
Jacks
1
Connect the Audio Out jacks on the stereo
adapter to unused Audio In jacks on your
home stereo system.
2
Connect the Audio In jacks on the stereo
adapter to unused Audio Out jacks (such as
Tape Out) on your home stereo system.
Note: If your home stereo does not support Line Out audio,
you may have to connect through the headphone jack with
the included RCA-to-headphone cable.
Note: To stream music from your phone (when equipped
with 2.5mm stereo output jack), use the included RCA-to-
2.5mm cable to connect to the adapter's Audio In jacks.
4
PAIR WITH
BLUETOOTH PHONE
Enable your stereo adapter to receive music
from the built-in MP3 player of your Bluetooth
A2DP-capable
phone:
Note: These steps are for most Motorola phones. Certain phones
require additional steps to enable stereo audio streaming (A2DP
Profile). See your phone's user's guide to verify proper steps.
1
Turn on the stereo adapter by pressing in the
Power button. After a few moments, the
Pairing button indicator light begins blinking
to indicate the power is on.
2
From the phone, perform a Bluetooth device
discovery while holding it close to the adapter.
The phone lists Bluetooth devices it finds.
3
Select
Motorola DC800.
4
Select
OK
or
Yes
to pair your stereo adapter
and phone.
5
Enter the passkey:
0000
6
Select OK. The Pairing button indicator light
flashes rapidly to indicate pairing is successful.
2
POWER
CONNECTIONS
Make the following power connection to
your stereo adapter:
Power Jack
1
Plug the included AC power supply into
the Power Jack on the stereo adapter.
2
Plug the other end of the AC power supply
into a wall outlet.
5
TEST AND USE
Verify the headphone and stereo
adapter work together:
1
On your home stereo system, play
music from your favorite source and
turn the stereo receiver to that source.
2
Place the headphone on your head.
If your stereo adapter and headphone
are successfully paired, you will hear
music on the headphone.
To verify the phone and stereo
adapter work together:
1
On your phone, select and play MP3
music.
2
On your home stereo system, select
the input the adapter is connected to.
If your stereo adapter and phone are
successfully paired, you will hear the
MP3 music on your home stereo
system.
3
PAIR WITH
BLUETOOTH HEADSET
Enable your gateway to transmit music to your
Bluetooth wireless headphone:
Note: This guide does not provide steps for pairing your
gateway with a Bluetooth USB PC Adapter or a Bluetooth-
enabled PC. Consult the USB Adapter or PC's user guide
for details on completing this step.
1
Holding your headphone close to the
gateway, place the headset into pairing
mode.
If using the Motorola HT820 Bluetooth
Stereo Headphone, place in pairing mode
by pressing and holding the headphone's
Call button for approximately 6 seconds
until the indicator light is solidly lit. For
other products, refer to your headset's
user's guide for details.
2
Turn on the stereo adapter by pressing in
the Power button. After a few moments,
the Pairing Button indicator light begins
blinking to indicate the power is on.

TROUBLESHOOTING

My stereo adapter doesn't find my
headphone.
Make sure the headphone is close to the stereo
adapter and in pairing mode, and the Pairing
button indicator light on your stereo adapter is
on and steady (see step 3).
My stereo adapter worked with my phone
before but now it's not working.
Make sure your phone is on and the Bluetooth
feature is turned on in your phone. If the
Bluetooth feature was turned off or was turned
on only temporarily, you may need to restart
the Bluetooth feature and pair your phone and
stereo adapter again (see step 4).

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  • Page 1: Troubleshooting

    To verify the phone and stereo From the phone, perform a Bluetooth device the Bluetooth feature and pair your phone and MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US stereo adapter until the indicator light adapter work together: discovery while holding it close to the adapter.
  • Page 2: Indicator Lights

    Device IDs are stored in the Pairing button until 10 rapid flashes Pairing successful When you see this symbol on a Motorola product, gateway's memory in the order entered. If you the indicator light do not dispose the product with household waste.