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• The Bluetooth software is installed and configured as instructed in “Installing the Bluetooth software” on page 4. • The Bluetooth software is running. • The headset is fully charged. • The included Bluetooth adapter is plugged into a USB port on your computer. • The NS-BTHDP Bluetooth stereo headphones are turned on. The Insignia NS-CAHBTOE01 is a great Bluetooth headphone if you are looking for the cheapest but good sounding wireless headphones. Sounds very good considering the price point and the wireless connectivity signal is good But still comes with a 3.5mm aux cable if you prefer a wired connection. I am search for a Sony MHCGTZ3i Stereo System User Manual. What happens when u charge it to use it and then it doesnt. Would like to know the remote code for sharper image BT5300. Cant pair Bluetooth to phone. Find the user manual you need for your phone and more at ManualsOnline. Automotive; Baby Care; Car Audio & Video. Insignia Bluetooth Headset NS-PCY5BMA. IN-FRKF003 Two-Way Radio. Insignia Two-Way Radio IN-FRKF003. × Sign In to ManualsOnline.

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User Guide Guide de l’utilisateur

Guía del Usuario

Bluetooth Headphones and Headset

Casque d’écoute Bluetooth

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Insignia NS-BTHDPBluetooth

Headphones and NS-BTHDST

Headset

Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Package contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

Setting up your headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Using your headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Welcome

Congratulations on your purchase of a high-qualityInsignia product. YourNS-BTHDPandNS-BTHDSTrepresent the state of the art in Bluetooth audio design, and are designed for reliable andtrouble-freeperformance.

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Package contents

Bluetooth headphones or

AC power adapter

headset

User Guide

Guide de l’utilisateur

Guía del Usuario

Bluetooth Headphones and Headset

NS-BTHDP/NS-BTHDST

User Guide

Adapter (only with

NS-BTHDSTheadset)

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Features

Multifunction button

Forward/Backward

buttons

Indicator light

Volume up/down buttons

Charger connector (on bottom)

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Setting up your headset

Charging the headset

Before using the headset for the first time, you must charge it for about 3.5 hours. When the battery is fully charged, it provides up to 12 hours of talk time, 10 hours of music playing time, and up to 200 hours of standby time.

To charge the headset:

Connect the charger cable to the headset.

Plug the charger into a power outlet. The indicator lights turn solid red, which indicates they are recharging. When the battery is fully charged, the red light turns off.

Installing the Bluetooth software

To connect a Bluetooth device to a computer, the computer must have Bluetooth software (also known as the WIDCOMM Bluetooth stack) installed, and an available USB port.

To install the Bluetooth software:

1Plug the USB Bluetooth adapter into a USB port on your computer.

2Insert the provided installation CD into the CD/DVD drive. The software installs to your computer.

Note

If the software does not install automatically, double-clickSetup.exe in thebin folder of the installation CD. The Welcome Screen introduces you to the installation process.

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3Follow the on-screeninstructions to complete the software installation wizard.

Note

If the “Bluetooth device not found” message appears, plug the USB Bluetooth adapter into a USB port on your computer, then click OK. TheFound New Hardware Wizard starts installing the components for the USB Bluetooth adapter.

4After the wizard finishes, disconnect the adapter, then reconnect it.

Click Finish to exit the installation.

In Windows 2000, a prompt appears that tells you to restart the computer so the Bluetooth software can be enabled. Click Yes to restart your computer now, orNo to restart later.

Uninstalling the Bluetooth software

To uninstall the Bluetooth software:

Disconnect the NS-BTHDSTUSB Bluetooth adapter.

In Windows Vista, click Start,Control Panel, then click

Programs and Features.

3Or, in Windows XP or Windows 2000, click Start,Settings,

Control Panel, then click Add/Remove Programs.

4In the list of installed programs, click WIDCOMM Bluetooth Software, then clickUninstall (for Windows Vista) orRemove (Windows XP or Windows 2000). A confirmation message appears.

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5Click Yes to uninstall orNo to cancel. When the program has been removed, a message asks you to restart the computer.

6Click Yes to restart your computer now orNo to restart later.

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Configuring the Bluetooth software

To configure the Bluetooth software:

1Double-clickMy Bluetooth Places on the Windows desktop, or click theBluetooth icon in the system tray.

The Bluetooth Configuration Wizard starts.

Click Next.

Enter a name, then click either Laptop Computer orDesktop Computer from thedrop-downmenu for this computer.

4 ClickNext, then clickNext again.

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5Click to select the services that this computer will offer to other Bluetooth devices, then click Next.

6If you have another Bluetooth device, click Next. Otherwise, clickSkip.

When the configuration is finished, click Finish.

Insert the Bluetooth adapter into an available USB port on your computer, then wait for the adapter’s LED to turn blue before connecting to any Bluetooth device.

Using your headset

Turning on the headset

To turn on the headset:

Press the Multifunction button for more than three seconds. A long, high tone plays, and theblue indicator light on the right earpiece flashes three times.

To turn off the headset:

Press and hold the Multifunction button. A long, high tone plays, and thered indicator light on the right earpiece turns on for three seconds.

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Pairing using the Bluetooth software

Before using Bluetooth for pairing your headset with another

Bluetooth device, make sure that:

The Bluetooth software is installed and configured as instructed in “Installing the Bluetooth software” on page 4.

The Bluetooth software is running.

The headset is fully charged.

The included Bluetooth adapter is plugged into a USB port on your computer.

The NS-BTHDPBluetooth stereo headphones are turned on.

If the above conditions are met, the headset should be found by the software and connected automatically. You can check My Bluetooth Places to check status.

If the headset is not found and connected automatically, you can double-clickthe Bluetooth icon in the Windows system tray to connect your preferred service.

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Using the Bluetooth software for the first time

For more information regarding pairing the headset, see “Pairing the headset and your mobile phone” on page 11.

To use the Bluetooth software for the first time:

1Double-clicktheMy Bluetooth Places icon in the Windows system tray. TheMy Bluetooth Places dialog box opens.

2Click Add a New Bluetooth Device(in the upper-left corner).

3Press and hold the Multifunction button for more than seven seconds, until short, low tones are played by the earpiece and the blue and red lights flash alternately. This puts the headset into ‘searchable’ mode. When the headset is “found,”double-clicktheNS-BTHDPicon, or highlight it and clickNext.

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4Enter 0000(four zeroes) in the Bluetooth security codefield, then click Pair Now.

5 Check both services, then clickNext.

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You should be able to see connected services on the My

Bluetooth Places dialog box when pairing has finished.

Pairing the headset and your mobile phone

You must pair your headset with a Bluetooth-enabledphone before you can use it. Your Insignia Bluetooth headset can be paired with up to eight compatible phones and other devices. However, it can be connected to only one phone at a time.

To pair the headset and phone:

Make sure that the headset is off.

Press and hold the Multifunction button for more than seven seconds, until short, low tones from the earpiece, and the blue and red lights flash alternately.

3Refer to the user guide of the phone or device to set the device into pairing mode.

4When the phone or device finds the headset, “NS-BTHDST”or“NS-BTHDP”appear. Accept and confirm with the keycode 0000 (four zeros).

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5After pairing and connection have succeeded, a short, high tone plays, and the blue indicator light flashes. The headset is now ready for use.

The Insignia Bluetooth Stereo headset will automatically reconnect to the last-connectedphone / device. If the connection is failed due to phone / device not found, the headset will automatically enter into pairing mode.

Pairing with MP3 players and other devices

You will need to pair your headset with Bluetooth-enableddevices, such as MP3 players, for it to work. Your headset headset can be paired with up to eight compatible phones or devices. However, it can only be connected to one phone at a time.

Pairing the headset with Bluetooth-enableddevices

To pair the headset with other Bluetooth devices:

1Make sure that the headset is off. Press and hold the Multifunction button for more than seven seconds, until short, low tones come from the earpiece and the blue and red lights flash alternately.

Refer to the user guide of the device to set it into pairing mode.

When the device finds the headset, “NS-BTHDST”or“NS-BTHDP”appear. Accept and confirm the message by entering the keycode0000 (four zeros).

4After pairing and connection are finished, a short, high-tonebeep plays, and a blue light flashes. The headset is now ready for use.

Connecting with two devices simultaneously

It is possible to connect the Insignia Bluetooth Stereo headset to two devices at the same time, so that you can listen to music and keep phone connectivity at the same time.

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To pair with two devices at the same time:

1Pair with the cell phone first, then keep connecting the profiles on both ends.

2Disconnect the cells phone’s Bluetooth service from the headset.

3Pair the Bluetooth headset with an MP3 player or computer, then let the cellular phone “find” the headset again.

In this scenario, when there is an incoming call, the incoming call overrides the music. Only when the call is ended will that music resume.

Resetting

To reset paired devices:

While your cell phone is on, press and hold the Forward andBackward buttons together. The indicator light flashes purple, and all previous saved pairing profiles are erased.

To reset the hardware:

Plug the charger into a power outlet, then press the Volume Up andVolume Down buttons at the same time. This turns off power to the headset and resets it.

Playing music in stereo

To play music in stereo:

To start playing music, make sure that your headset is connected in Advanced Audio profile, then press theMultifunction button once to play the music.

To pause playback, press the Multifunction button.

To skip to the next track, press the Forward button.

To skip to a previous track, press the Backward button.

To fast forward*, press and hold the Forward button.

To rewind*, press and hold the Backward button.

Fast forward and rewind may be unavailable on some cellular phones. Those features are phone-dependant.

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Phone-relatedfeatures

Answering a call

You will hear a ringing tone from the earpiece when the phone receives a call. Press the Multifunction button once briefly to pick up the call. You will hear a brief beep when the call is picked up.

Ending a call

To end an active call, briefly press the Multifunction button once to end the call. A high tone plays when the call has ended.

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Rejecting a call

Press and hold the Multifunction button for more than

two seconds while a call is ringing. A brief beep plays when the call is rejected.

Redialing the last dialed number

To redial the last dialed number, press and hold the Multifunction button. A brief beep plays when the call has successfully dialed.

Voice dialing (phone-dependant)

Press and hold the Volume Down button for three seconds to activate voice dialing. A brief beep plays, after which you can start to using voice dialing. See the phone’s user guide for more information.

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Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting using tones

Tone

Meaning

Long, high tone

Power on/off

Short, low tone

Pairing mode

Long, low tone

Connection lost

Short, high tone

Connection established

Descending low tones

Sound volume out of range (too loud or

reaching the mute)

Ascending tones

Incoming call

Long, low tone (repeats

Battery low

every 30 seconds)

(30 sec)

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Troubleshooting using lights

Light (right

Meaning

earpiece)

Flashing blue light (3

Turning on power

times, rapid)

Flashing short

Power on but not yet connected to a device

(0.2 seconds) blue

lights every second

Flashing long

Power on and working

(1 second) blue lights

every 2 seconds

Flashing red and blue

Pairing mode

lights

Flashing red lights

Battery is low

Solid red light for

Turning off

3 seconds

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Specifications

Dimensions (L × W × H)

5.51 × 6.54 × 2.09 inches

(140 × 166 × 53 mm)

Weight

2.75 oz. (78g)

Bluetooth compliance

Bluetooth 1.2 specification with

handsfree profile and headset

profile 1.1, supports Bluetooth 1.2

A2DP, AVRCP, HSP

Paired devices

Up to 8 device IDs stored in

memory. One device can be used

at a time. Rapid switching from

cell phone (priority) to other

devices.

Security

Encrypted link

Connection

Point-to-point

Operating temperature

32°F ~ 131°F (0°C ~ 55°C)

Battery power

3.7V/500 mAh Lithium-Polymer

Talk time

Up to 8 hours

Standby time

Up to 200 hours (battery

endurances might be shorter in

high temperatures.)

Compliance

CE , FCC, BQB, RoHS

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