Making a call
You can enjoy hands-free calls with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone that supports the BLUETOOTH profile HFP (Hands-free Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile) via BLUETOOTH connection.
- If your BLUETOOTH mobile phone supports both HFP and HSP, set it to HFP.
- Operations may vary depending on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the mobile phone.
- Connect the speaker with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone.
The (BLUETOOTH) indicator lights up in white when the BLUETOOTH connection is established.
- Operate the BLUETOOTH mobile phone to make a call.
When you make a call, playback pauses and the dial tone is heard from the speaker. When the receiver takes the call, talk into the microphone of the speaker.
If no dial tone is heard via the speaker
- The speaker may not be connected with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone with HFP or HSP. Check the connection status on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone.
- Adjust the volume by pressing the –/+ (volume) buttons on the speaker or operating the BLUETOOTH mobile phone.
When you press the –/+ (volume) buttons on the speaker or adjust the volume on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone, the (BLUETOOTH) indicator flashes once in white.
When you set the volume to the maximum or minimum level on the speaker, the (BLUETOOTH) indicator flashes 3 times in white.
- To end a call, press the (play) button.
If you were listening to music before the call, playback will resume when the call ends. If you end a call by operating the BLUETOOTH mobile phone, playback will also resume when the call ends if you were listening to music before the call.
- The volume of music playback and calling is set independently in the speaker.
- If the caller cannot hear or can barely hear your voice, talk more directly into the microphone of the speaker.
- Depending on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone, playback may not pause when making a call.
- Use a BLUETOOTH mobile phone at least 50 cm (1.6 ft) away from the speaker. Noise may result if the speaker and the BLUETOOTH mobile phone are too close.