Receiving a call

You can enjoy hands-free calls with a BLUETOOTH mobile phone that supports HFP (Hands-free Profile) or HSP (Headset Profile).

To use this function, make sure that a BLUETOOTH connection has been established.

Operations may vary depending on the BLUETOOTH mobile phone. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with the mobile phone.


  • For Apple iOS devices, the system is compatible with iOS 10.0 or later.

    A BLUETOOTH connection is not available on the devices with iOS 9.x or earlier.

  • Depending on the model of your mobile phone, the operation system or applications installed, some functions of hands-free calling may not work correctly.

  • If more than one BLUETOOTH devices are connected to the system (Multi-device connection), you cannot receive a phone call. Cancel the multi-device connection. Terminate the BLUETOOTH connection or turn off the BLUETOOTH function of the BLUETOOTH devices other than the BLUETOOTH mobile phone in use.

  • The volume of music playback and call is different. Adjust the volume during calling.

  • If the caller cannot hear or can barely hear your voice, talk more closely into the built-in microphone of the system.

  • Noise may result if the system and the BLUETOOTH mobile phone are too close. Place the BLUETOOTH mobile phone further if noise is heard.

  1. Press (play/pause)/(call) when a call is incoming.

    When an incoming call arrives, playback pauses and the system emits a ring tone.


    • If you hold down(play/pause)/(call) when a call is incoming, the call will be rejected.

  2. Talk into the system’s built-in microphone.
  3. Press(play/pause)/(call) to end the call.