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Lights and Beeps: The Basics

To turn on and pair the device for the very first time, press and release the on/off button. Look for a blinking blue light which will come on after the green light.  If you have Hearphones in, you will hear, “ready to pair.”  You are now ready to pair with your device.

To turn on Hearphones after the initial pairing, press and hold the on/off button. A green light will blink to let you know it is turning on, then a white light will blink while it connects to your device.  When the white light goes solid white, the connection has been made.  If you have Hearphones on, depress the on/off button, you will hear a Battery percentage number, followed by the words, “connected[ing] to [device name].

 

If the light is red when you first turn them on, your battery is not charged and you need to charge it. 

To turn off Hearphones, depress and hold the on/off button.  You’ll see the green light flash twice.  If you have the Hearphones in, you will hear some power-off beeps.

 

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ST - Hearphones
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Re: Lights and Beeps: The Basics

The Lights and Beeps work well for me.

 

One exception:

I also own the Bose QuietControl 30.

 

The are buttons that

 - control World Volume on the Hearphones (up is more World Volume)

are the same buttons that

 - control the amount of noise cancellation on the QuietControl 30 (up is more noise cancellation)

 

I don't have a suggestion to reconcile the confusion when I switch headsets. The operation on both is intuitive and opposite.

 

ST

 

 

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Re: Lights and Beeps: The Basics

How do you pair to multiple devices?

ST - Hearphones
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Re: Lights and Beeps: The Basics

Hi sas2hear,

 

Thanks for joining us here. Welcome.  Please see the note below. Does this answer your question? - ST

 

This is how you pair your first Bluetooth device. 

 

With the Hearphones powered on, press and hold the Power/Bluetooth® button until you hear “Ready to pair” or you see the Bluetooth indicator blinking blue

 

On the Bluetooth device, turn on the Bluetooth feature. The Bluetooth feature is usually found in the settings menu
 

Select the Bose Hearphones from the device list. Once paired, you will hear “Connected to” or the Bluetooth indicator will glow solid white

You can repeat these steps for up to 8 devices in total.

 

Managing multiple connected devices

  • You can store up to eight paired mobile devices in the headphone pairing list and your headphones can be actively connected to two devices at a time 
  • You can only play audio from one device at a time 
  • When powered on, the headphones will automatically connect to the two most recently connected devices

Switching between two connected devices

Pause audio on your first device

Play audio on your second device

Reconnecting a previously paired device

Press the Power/Bluetooth® button to hear which device is connected

Press the Power/Bluetooth button again within three seconds to connect to the next device in the headphone pairing list. Repeat until you hear the correct device name

Play audio on the connected device