Pairing and connecting with other Bluetooth devices
Pairing is the process required to create a link between Bluetooth devices to allow wireless connection. You must pair a device with the headset to be able to make a Bluetooth connection for the first time.
Before you start the pairing operation, make sure that:
- The Bluetooth device is placed within 1 m (3 feet) of the headset.
- The headset is charged sufficiently.
- The operating instructions of the Bluetooth device is in hand.
- Enter pairing mode on this headset.
Turn on the headset when you pair the headset with a device for the first time after you bought it or after you initialized the headset (the headset has no pairing information). The headset enters pairing mode automatically.
When you pair a 2nd or subsequent device (the headset has pairing information for other devices), press and hold the button for about 7 seconds.
Make sure that the indicator flashes blue and red alternately after you release the button. You will hear a voice guidance “BLUETOOTH pairing”.
- Perform the pairing procedure on the Bluetooth device to search for this headset.
[WI-SP500] will be displayed on the list of detected devices on the screen of the Bluetooth device.
If it is not displayed, repeat from step 1.
- Select [WI-SP500] displayed on the screen of the [Bluetooth] device for pairing.
If passkey (*) input is required on the display of the computer, input “0000.”
*A Passkey may be called “Passcode,” “PIN code,” or “Password.”
- Make the Bluetooth connection from the Bluetooth device.
Depending on the Bluetooth device, the headset may be connected with the device automatically as soon as they are paired. When connected, you will hear a voice guidance “BLUETOOTH connected”.
- The above procedure is an example. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your Bluetooth device.
- To delete all pairing information, see “Initializing the headset to restore factory settings.”
- If pairing is not established within about 5 minutes, pairing mode will be canceled and the headset will turn off. In this case, start over from step 1.
- Once Bluetooth devices are paired, there is no need to pair them again, except in the following cases:
- Pairing information has been deleted after repair, etc.
When a 9th device is paired.
The headset can be paired with up to 8 devices. If a new device is paired after 8 devices are already paired, the paired device with the oldest connection time is replaced by the new one.
- When the pairing information for the headset has been deleted from the Bluetooth device.
When the headset is initialized.
All pairing information is deleted. In this case, delete the pairing information of the headset from the Bluetooth device, and then pair them again.
- The headset can be paired with multiple devices, but can only play music from one paired device at a time.