HP Bluetooth Active Noise Cancellation Stereo Headphones User Manual

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    HP Bluetooth Active Noise CancellationStereo Headphones User Guide Antenna House XSL Formatter (Evaluation) http://www.antennahouse.com/...

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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

    3 Charging the headphones and Bluetooth adapter (select models only) 4 Using the headphones with the audio line-in cable 5 Using the headphones with the enclosed Bluetooth adapter (provided with select models only) 6 Using the headphones with a Bluetooth-enabled computer Pairing using Windows Vista ...

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    Introduction HP Bluetooth® Active Noise Cancellation Stereo Headphones allow you to wirelessly connection to an audio device. Active noise cancellation reduces unwanted ambient sound, such as the noise in a crowded airport. By increasing the vacuum within the ear cup, active noise cancellation produces noticeable audio improvement and sound clarity.

  • Page 6: Identifying Accessory Kit Contents

    Identifying accessory kit contents In addition to the documentation CD, which contains this guide, the following items are included in the headphone accessory kit: Headphones HP Bluetooth adapter (provided with select models only) Travel pouch Dual-head USB charging cable Audio line-in cable...

  • Page 7: Before You Begin

    Bluetooth-enabled audio device. For instructions on using this type of connection, refer to Chapter 6, “Using the headphones with Bluetooth-enabled devices.” NOTE: for best results, use an HP Bluetooth adapter. Third-party Bluetooth adapters may work, but may not be supported. ●...

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    Identifying headphone components Chapter 2 Identifying headphone components ENWW Antenna House XSL Formatter (Evaluation) http://www.antennahouse.com/...

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    ENWW Antenna House XSL Formatter (Evaluation) http://www.antennahouse.com/ Description ● When the headphones are off, slide the switch down to turn on the headphones and activate Bluetooth. ● When the headphones are on, slide the switch up to turn off the headphones and deactivate Bluetooth.

  • Page 10: Right-side Components

    Blinking can indicate any of the following states: ◦ Standby mode: After the Bluetooth switch is turned on, the headphones go into standby mode until you slide the switch up. ◦ Pairing: After you slide the Pairing switch up, the light blinks until the headphones successfully pair with the audio device.

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    NOTE: SRS WOW Audio Technology is available only when the headphones are used with a wireless Bluetooth connection. ENWW Right-side components Antenna House XSL Formatter (Evaluation) http://www.antennahouse.com/...

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    Charging the headphones and Bluetooth adapter (select models only) Before you can use the headphones with the provided Bluetooth adapter (select models only), you must charge both the headphones and the Bluetooth adapter. The headphones can be charged from the USB port on your computer or the provided AC adapter ( select models only).

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    The charging light on the left ear cup and on the Bluetooth adapter will turn on while the devices are charging and will turn off upon full charge. After the charging lights turn off, the headphones and Bluetooth adapter are fully charged and ready to use.

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    While the headphones and Bluetooth adapter are charging through the USB port on your computer, you can use the audio line-in cable with the headphones to listen to computer audio. For instructions on using the headphones this way, see the Chapter 4, “Using the headphones with the audio line-in cable.”...

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    Using the headphones with the audio line-in cable To use the headphones with the audio line-in cable, follow these steps: Make sure that the Bluetooth switch and the noise cancellation switch are in the off position, with no red indicator visible at the open end of the switch.

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    To use the headphones with the Bluetooth adapter, follow these steps: Slide the Bluetooth switch located on the left ear cup (1) to turn on the headphones and activate Bluetooth. A red indicator (2) is visible, indicating that the headphones are turned on.

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    Slide the Pairing switch (4) to make the adapter discoverable by your headphones. The Bluetooth light (5) turns on to indicate that the adapter is in Pairing mode. You are now ready to use the headphones. Open your media player software and begin listening to music, or watching a video.

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    ● Your computer is a Bluetooth-enabled device. Before you can use the headphones, you must establish a Bluetooth wireless connection with your computer, a process called pairing. Choose one of the following two sections, depending on the operating system on your computer, and follow the steps.

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    Start > Help and Support > User Guides. To pair the headphones using Windows Vista®, follow these steps: Slide the Bluetooth switch located on the left ear cup to turn on the headphones and activate Bluetooth. A red indicator is visible (2) indicating that the headphones are on.

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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 Audio Enthusiast Headphone, and then click Next.

  • Page 21: Pairing Using Windows Xp

    Start > Help and Support > User Guides. To pair the headphones using Windows® XP, follow these steps: Slide the Bluetooth switch located on the left ear cup to turn on the headphones and activate Bluetooth. A red indicator is visible (2), indicating that the headphones are on.

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    Select Start > Control Panel > Bluetooth Devices. Under Bluetooth Places, click View Devices in Range in the Bluetooth Tasks section. Right-click the HP Bluetooth Audio Enthusiast Headphone icon. Click Pair to pair the device. Type 0000 as the code to pair the device.

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

  • Page 24: Terminating A Wireless Connection With The Enclosed Bluetooth Adapter (select Models Only)

    Slide the Bluetooth switch located on the left ear cup to turn off the headphones and deactivate Bluetooth. If this was the first use of the headphones and Bluetooth adapter, and the pairing switch is in the on position, slide the pairing switch up to turn off pairing. In subsequent use, it is not necessary to turn on pairing to establish a wireless connection with the Bluetooth adapter.

  • Page 25: Terminating A Wireless Connection With A Bluetooth-enabled Computer

    To terminate the connection, complete the following steps: Slide the Bluetooth switch located on the left ear cup to turn off the headphones and deactivate Bluetooth. Open the Bluetooth Devices dialog box in one of the following ways: ●...

  • Page 26: Index

    6 play/pause 6 previous/rewind 6 SRS 6 volume down 6 volume up 6 charging Bluetooth adapter 8 headphones 8 jack audio-out (headphone) 5 next/fast forward button, identifying 6 noise cancellation switch, identifying 5 pairing switch, identifying 6 play/pause button, identifying 6...

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