Location and function of parts

Illustration indicating each part of the headset

  1. Headband

  2. (left) mark

  3. Tactile dot
    There is a tactile dot on the left unit.

  4. Noise canceling function microphones (left, right)
    Pick up the sound of the noise when the noise canceling function is in use.

  5. Built-in antenna

    A Bluetooth antenna is built into the headset.

  6. Left unit

  7. Sliders (left, right)
    Slide to adjust the length of the headband.

  8. (right) mark

  9. Right unit

  10. Power/ (Bluetooth) indicator (blue/orange)

    Lights up in blue or orange to indicate the power or communication status of the headset.

  11. (power) button

  12. USB Type-C port

    Connect the headset to a computer, or to an AC outlet via a commercially available USB AC adaptor, with the supplied USB Type-C cable to charge the headset.

  13. Headphone cable input jack

    Connect a music player, etc. using the supplied headphone cable. Make sure that you insert the cable until it clicks. If the plug is not connected correctly, you may not hear the sound properly.

  14. Call microphone

    Picks up the sound of your voice when talking on the phone.

  15. + (volume +) button

    There is a tactile dot on the + button. Use this dot as a guide when operating the headset.

  16. (play/call/next/previous) button

  17. (volume –) button

  18. NC/AMB (noise canceling/Ambient Sound Mode) button