- Make sure your detector is off. *Important - For optimal performance, be sure that the headphones' blue LED and detector are on the same side.
- While pressing the white button on the headphones, switch the on-off button of the headphones to ''on'' position and do NOT let go of the white button until the beep indicating the battery status is heard.
- Headphones will emit a number of beeps to indicate the battery status as follows: Five (5) beeps for fully charged battery Four (4), three (3), two (2) beeps to indicate diminishing charge One (1) beep if the battery is low. When the battery is approaching full depletion, the headphones will start emitting continuous beeps at short intervals indicating an immediate need to charge the battery. IMPORTANT! Disconnection and unpairing may occur when the battery is low!
- . The blue LED on the other side will start blinking every 2 seconds.
- Turn the detector on while pressing the zoom out (-) button and do NOT let go of the button until the green headphones icon appears at the right bottom of the screen.
- When the pairing is successful, the audio will be heard through the headphones and the blue LED will start blinking about every second. In addition, the green headphones icon will appear steady. If the pairing is not successful repeat the above steps.
- Once the pairing is successful, if you experience any distortion in the audio or interference from another detector, press the OPTIONS button and select the wireless headphone channel setting. You can change the channel using the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons. At the off position, the wireless connection is off. When you are not using the wireless headphones, keeping the wireless connection off is recommended.
- Once the pairing is complete, the headphones and the detector will connect automatically at the next start-up.
- To adjust the volume, use the volume setting of the detector.
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