2 TAKE A GOOD LOOK CALL BUTTON Take a call or end it (1 tap) Redial (2 taps) Initiate phone s voice-dialing (2-second press until tone heard) Reconnect lost connection (1 tap) Transfer audio to/from headset (1-second press while on a call) Dial Plantronics Vocalyst TM voice and text service (3 taps - if outside USA, see Customize section) POWER BUTTON On or off (2-second press) Battery level voice alerts (1 tap) Activate pairing after initial set up (press until LED flashes red/blue) VOLUME/MUTE BUTTONS Volume: up/down (tap + or buttons per level change) Mute during a call: on/off (1-second press of both + and buttons) Music or audio: pause/play (1-second press of both + and buttons) LED Charging (solid red) Battery status (1-6 hrs left = 1 red flash, low = 2 red flashes, critically low = 3 red flashes) Pairing mode (repeating blue/red flashes) Micro USB Charging Port With AC charger: 90 minutes for full charge Fully charge before first use Best performance when fully charged Be safe! Please read the safety guide before using your new headset.
3 CONNECT TO YOUR PHONE PLT_VoyagerPRO Simplify the Set Up If you have an Android smartphone, download the Plantronics MyHeadset app from the Android Market place and let the app finish the pairing process. For other phones, simply follow these Ready, Set, Connect instructions. 1. READY First Time, Right Out of the Box: Turn on the headset. The LED flashes red/blue to indicate pairing mode. Pair New or Second Phone: Turn on headset. Press Power button until the LED flashes red/ blue. 2. SET Activate the Bluetooth feature on your phone, then get phone to add / search / discover new Bluetooth devices. Phones Have Different Menus to Select From, For Example: iphone: Settings > General > Bluetooth > On (starts the search for devices) BlackBerry smartphone: Settings/ options > Bluetooth: On > Search for devices Android : Settings>Wireless & Networks>Bluetooth: On>Scan for devices 3. CONNECT Select PLT_VoyagerPro from the list of Bluetooth devices shown on your phone. If phone asks for a passcode, enter four zeros (0000). You may see **** on screen. Some phones also ask to confirm headset connection after pairing. Headset LED will stop flashing red/ blue once successfully paired/ connected. You can now make a call using your phone s keypad or voicedialing feature.
4 CUSTOMIZE Make it more personal Visit plantronics.com/myheadset to update and customize your headset with features like: Language options for voice prompts Activate Vocalyst service (if available in your region) Enable triple-tap of Call button to dial Vocalyst (customers outside the USA) Plantronics apps to improve your hands-free experience Disable/enable the sensors or the A2DP streaming audio feature Firmware updates as they release
5 FIND YOUR FIT 1 2 For the best sound clarity, comfort and sensor recognition, make sure you have a secure fit. 4 3 The headset comes with the medium eartip installed, but you can replace it with the optional small or large eartip provided.
6 LEARN ABOUT SENSORS The Smart Sensor technology in this headset recognizes if the headset is being worn and can automatically perform time-saving functions. Automatically answers calls When you have an incoming call, put on the headset and the call will be answered automatically. You do not have to press the call button. Never dials by accident When you are not wearing your headset the Call button locks to avoid accidental dialing.it unlocks when you put on the headset. Directs incoming calls If you are not wearing your headset and there is an incoming call, it will be routed to your phone, which might be easier to find. When you do put the headset on, the call will transfer to the headset and will automatically answer. You will hear a voice prompt answering call. If you are already wearing your headset and there is an incoming call, it will be routed to the headset so you need only press the Call button to answer the call. Knows when to pause audio If your phone, laptop or tablet PC supports Bluetooth A2DP stereo streaming, you can listen to streaming audio. If you remove your headset while listening to streaming audio, the sensors will automatically pause the audio until the headset is placed back onto your ear. If you have been streaming audio for less than 10 seconds you will have to manually restart the media player.
7 TIPS Listen to the voice Voice alerts announce when you power on/off, run low on talk time, auto-answer a call or lose/reconnect the Bluetooth connection to your phone. Reset the sensors If your headset is not snug in your ear or it forgets where it is located, you may need to reset the sensors. Connect the headset to the charger and place the headset on a flat, non-metallic surface for 10 seconds before wearing it again.
8 MORE ABOUT MULTIPOINT Plantronics VoyagerPRO HD supports multipoint technology, which allows you to use one headset with two different Bluetooth mobile phones. To pair your headset to a second phone, see Connect to Your Phone. How to Initiate a Call When multipoint is on, the headset initiates or redials a call from the phone that last made an outgoing call. To use the second paired phone instead, make the call using the controls on that phone. The second phone activates its link with the headset. NOTE: The headset cannot place a current call on hold while answering a call from the second phone. How to Answer a Call While Talking on the Other Paired Phone To answer a second call on the other phone, the current call must be terminated or transferred back to the first phone. To transfer the call, see Take a Good Look. If you choose not to answer, the second call will go to voice mail. Answering an incoming call from the second phone, while already on another call: 1. To answer the second call, end the first call by tapping the Call button. 2. Answer the second call by tapping the Call button again. TIP: To avoid issues with multipoint, use the Call button on the headset rather than your phone controls.
9 SPECIFICATIONS Talk Time Standby Time Operating Distance (Range) Headset Weight Up to 6 hours Up to 5 days Up to 33 feet (10 meters), Class II 17 grams Charge Connector Micro USB cable and AC/DC V with micro USB connection Battery Type Charge Time (Maximum) Power Requirements Rechargeable non-replaceable lithium ion polymer 90 minutes for full 5V DC 180mA Bluetooth Version Bluetooth v3.0 Bluetooth Profiles Operating Temperature Storage Temperature Charging Temperature Supports Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP), Audio/Video Remote Control (AVRCP), Hands-free v1.5 (HFP), Headset v1.1 (HSP), Secure Simple Pairing (SSP) 32 F F (0-40 C) 32 F F (0-40 C) 32 F F (0-40 C)
10 NEED MORE HELP? Don t return to the store - call our friendly customer support team at (USA) or visit plantronics.com/support for local numbers outside the US Plantronics, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use by Plantronics is under license. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Patents U.S. 5,210,791; D612,834; D612,835; D612,840; BR DI ; EM ; IN ; Taiwan D134706, China ZL and Patents Pending (06.12) EN-US
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