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User Guide

BT PRELUDE 20 HEADSET

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Welcome…

to your BT Prelude 20 Headset

Bluetooth phone.

Light and comfortable to wear.

Durable construction.

Battery low warning beep.

This User Guide provides you with all the information you need to get the most from your headset.

You must first set up your headset before you can use it.

Just follow the simple instructions on the next few pages.

Got everything?

BT Prelude 20 Headset

BT Prelude 20 Earpiece and Microphone

Charging unit

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Range

Once paired with a Bluetooth phone/device, your

BT Prelude 20 Headset has a range of 10 metres. If you go outside this range, the signal between the phone and headset will be lost.

Charge the headset battery for 21/2 hours

1.Plug the Charger into your BT Prelude 20 Headset. Plug the other end into the mains power and switch on.

2.During charging the red charger light comes on. Charge for at least 21/2 hours or until the red charging light goes off.

Talk/Standby time

Under ideal conditions, a fully charged battery will give up to 5 hours talktime or up to 180 hours standby.

Battery low warning

When the battery needs recharging, you will hear a warning beep on the headset every 40 seconds and the indicator light will flash RED.

Battery performance

Your headset has a rechargeable Li-Polymerbattery.

Running the battery right down at least once a month will help them it as long as possible.

The charge capacity of a rechargeable battery will reduce with time as it wears out, so reducing the talk/standby time of the headset. Eventually it will need to be replaced. New batteries can be obtained from withandwithoutwires.com or call 0870 240 5522.

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4Getting started

Get to know your headset

On/Off

Earphone

Switches headset

 

on/off.

 

 

Microphone

Indicator light

 

Volume up

Earphone

Increase earphone

socket

volume during a call.

 

Charging socket

 

Volume down

 

Decrease earphone

 

volume during a call.

Clip

 

 

Lets you clip the headset

 

unit to a shirt or blouse.

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Indicator light status

Indicator lights

Status

Power off

Off

 

 

Standby (ready for use)

Green light, flashes every 3 seconds

 

 

Call in progress

Green light, flashes quickly

Battery low

Red light flashes

 

 

Charging

Red light on

 

 

Charging finished

Off

Pairing

Green and red lights flash alternately

 

 

Wearing your BT Prelude headset

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6Pairing

Before using your BT Prelude Headset, you must ‘pair’ it to a Bluetooth phone or other compatible device.

1.Make sure your BT Prelude headset battery is fully charged.

2.Make sure your headset is switched off.

3.Press and hold thebutton until the light flashes green and red alternately (after about 6 seconds). Your headset is now in pairing mode and will remain so for 1 minute.

4.If pairing with a BT Prelude phone:

The BT Prelude phone is always in Bluetooth reception mode. The phone’s screen should list the BT Prelude 20 Headset as TECOM BT3061.

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If pairing with another phone:

Follow the steps shown in your Bluetooth phone’s user guide to start Bluetooth pairing. On the phone, confirm pairing.

5.If your phone asks for a passkey or PIN, enter 1111 (this is the default passkey for your BT Prelude 20) and confirm.

6.When pairing is successful, your headset will go to standby and the green standby indicator light will flash every 3 seconds.

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8Using the headset

Important

Before using your headset, it must be paired with a Bluetooth phone/device.

You must also be within 10 metres of the paired Bluetooth phone/device.

Connecting with other Bluetooth devices

Once paired and switched on, your BT Prelude 20 headset will automatically link with your BT Prelude phone when it is within range. However, with some other phones/devices you may need to establish the link each time.

A link is usually established either by:

Selecting Establish Bluetooth Connection (or similar) on your Bluetooth phone/device.

Or

Pressing the headset’s button when it is in standby.

If the link is successful, the green indicator light will flash rapidly every 3 seconds.

Switch headset on

1.Press and hold on the headset until the green light starts flashing quickly and the headset beeps.

The headset is switched on and in standby mode.

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Using the headset

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Switch headset off

1.Press and hold on the headset until the red light flashes and the headset beeps.

Make a call

1.Use your phone to dial the number as normal. When the line is open, you will hear the call through your headset.

Answer a call

1. When the phone rings: press on your headset to answer the call.

Adjust volume

1. During a call: press to increase orto decrease the earpiece volume.

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10 Using the headset

Secrecy

During a call, you can talk to someone nearby without your caller hearing you.

1.During a call:

On your BT Prelude phone press .

Or

On the headset press and hold orfor about 6 seconds.

2.To resume your call, press on your BT Prelude phone oron your headset.

End a call

1. Press the button on your headset.