Logitech F540, Logtech Wirelss Headset F540 User Manual

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Contents

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Powering up the wireless base station . . . . . . . . .

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Charging the headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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F540 setup with PS3. . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Connecting PS3 game audio . . . . . . . . . . . .

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If you use HDMI or digital optical for PS3 audio . . . . . . .

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If you use PS3 analog AV cable for audio . . . . . . . . .

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Alternative: If you want to use your audio out from your TV or AV receiver

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Connecting PS3 voice chat . . . . . . . . . . . .

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F540 setup with Xbox 360® . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Connecting Xbox 360 game audio . . . . . . . . . .

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If you use HDMI or digital optical for Xbox 360 audio . . . . . .

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If you use the red/white RCA connectors on the Xbox 360 AV cable for audio

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Alternative Xbox 360 wireless base station setup . . . . . . .

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Connecting Xbox 360 voice chat . . . . . . . . . . .

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Connecting other AV sources . . . . . . . . . . .

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Using the headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Turning on the headset . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Using the input selector button . . . . . . . . . . .

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Using the volume rollers and microphone mute button . . . . .

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Turning off the headset . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Adjusting the headset fit . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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What do you think? . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Logitech hardware product limited warranty . . . . . . .

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Logitech support telephone numbers . . . . . . . . .

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Package contents

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Mini-USB PS3 voice cable

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Wireless base station

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Micro-USB headset charging cable

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RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable

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Power cable

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2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable

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Getting started guide

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Powering up the wireless base station

Using the included power cable, plug your wireless base station into an available AC outlet to power up the unit.

Logitech wireless base station

Power cable

Xbox 360

Charging the headset

Your Logitech Wireless Headset F540 is rechargeable and should have some charge when you take it out of the package. It’s recommended to charge the headset fully before use.

To charge the headset, use the included headset charging cable. Plug the small connector into the headset and the large connector into the port on the front of the wireless base station. The LED above the charging port of the headset will turn orange while charging and green when it’s fully charged.

The headset will take approximately 3-4 hours to fully re-charge from a completely drained state. If you use the headset while it’s being charged, the charging cycle will take longer.

When the headset rechargeable battery has only 30 minutes of charge left, you will hear an audible warning through the headset speakers. This warning will repeat intermittently until you plug in the headset for charging or when the battery is fully drained. The LED above the charging port on the headset will also turn red when the charge is low.

Wireless base station

Headset charging cable

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F540 setup with PS3

To use all the features of the Headset F540, you’ll need to make two connections: one for game audio and one for voice chat.

You make the game audio connection between the Logitech wireless base station and the PS3. Or you can connect the wireless base station to your primary audio system (television, home theater system, AV receiver, or audio switch).

You make the voice connection between the wireless base station and the PS3 using the Logitech Mini-USB PS3 voice cable.

To make the connections described in this section, you may need the items shown below, which are included with the Headset F540:

Wireless base station

RCA-to-RCA

Mini-USB PS3 voice

cable

passthrough cable

 

Connecting PS3 game audio

How you make this connection is dependent upon how you have connected your PS3 to your primary audio system. While every home gaming environment may be different, there are two basic ways to hook up your PS3:

A digital connection using an HDMI or digital optical cable

An analog connection using the PS3 AV cable

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If you use HDMI or digital optical for PS3 audio

Xbox

Logitech wireless base station

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PS3 AV cable

Figure 1

If you are using an HDMI or digital optical cable to connect your PS3 to your primary audio system, use the PS3 AV cable (recommended) setup below or the alternative shown in Figure 3.

Recommended setup for the wireless base station (Fig. 1)

1.Connect the PS3 AV cable (typically included with the PS3) to the back of the PS3.

2.Connect the red and white RCA plugs of the PS3 AV cable to the PS3 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

3.Adjust the audio settings using the PS3™ XMediaBar™. You need to enable multioutput audio in the PS3 system (firmware 3.00 or later) settings for the PS3 to transmit stereo audio to the Headset F540.

Within the XMediaBar, navigate to

Settings

Sound Settings

Audio Multi-Output

In Audio Mulit-Output, select “On” to turn on the Audio Multi-Output feature.

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If you use PS3 analog AV cable for audio

Logitech wireless base station

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Primary audio system

 

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Logitech RCA-to-RCA

passthrough cable

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PS3 AV cable

Figure 2

If you are using the red and white stereo connectors of the PS3 AV cable to connect your PS3 to your primary audio system, use the following wireless base station setup or the alternative on page 9.

Recommended setup for the wireless base station (Fig. 2)

1.Unplug the red and white connectors of the PS3 AV cable from your primary audio system.

2.Plug these red and white connectors directly into the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable connectors.

3.Plug the male connectors of the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable to your primary audio system (where the PS3 AV cable was previously connected).

4.On the other end of the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable, plug the red and white connectors into the PS3 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

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Alternative: If you want to use your audio out from your TV or AV receiver

Logitech wireless base station

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Primary audio system

 

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Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable

Figure 3

If the recommended steps are inconvenient or don’t work on your system setup, please follow the steps below to connect the wireless base station to your primary audio system:

1.Using the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable, connect one end to the PS3 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

2.Connect the other end of the cable to the red and white stereo audio-out ports on the back of your primary audio system.

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Connecting PS3 voice chat

1.To experience voice chat in PS3 games, first use the Logitech Mini-USB PS3 voice cable to connect the wireless base station to the PS3, as shown in the picture below.

2.Select the microphone as the active audio input device on PS3. In the PS3 system XMediaBar™, navigate to

Settings

Accessory Settings

Audio Device Settings

In the Input device and Output device fields, select Logitech Wireless Headset as the active device.

Optional: You can also adjust the microphone sensitivity in this PS3 system pane.

Logitech wireless base station

PS3

Xbox 360

Logitech mini-USB PS3 voice cable

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F540 setup with Xbox 360®

To use all the features of the Headset F540, you’ll need to make two connections: one for game audio and one for voice chat.

You make the game audio connection between the Logitech® Headset F540 and the Xbox 360. Or you can connect the wireless base station to your primary audio system (television, home theater system, AV receiver, or audio switch).

You make the voice connection between the wireless base station and an Xbox 360 game controller using the Logitech 2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable.

To make the connections described in this section, you may need the items shown below, which are included with the Headset F540:

Wireless base station

RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable

2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable

Connecting Xbox 360 game audio

How you make this connection is dependent upon how you have connected your

Xbox 360 to your primary audio system. While every home gaming environment may be different, there are two basic ways to hook up your Xbox 360:

A digital connection using an HDMI or digital optical cable

An analog connection using the red and white RCA connectors of the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable

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If you use HDMI or digital optical for Xbox 360 audio

Xbox 360

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Xbox 360 component HD AV cable

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If you are using an HDMI or digital optical cable to connect your Xbox 360 to your primary audio system, use the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable (recommended) to connect the wireless base station to your Xbox 360/primary audio system, or the alternative setup on page 14.

Recommended wireless base station setup (Fig.4)

1.Connect the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable (typically included with the Xbox 360) to the back of the Xbox 360. Note that with some Xbox 360 models, you cannot connect both an HDMI cable and the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable.

(If you experience this issue, please use the alternative wireless base station setup shown in Fig. 6)

2.Connect the red and white stereo RCA plugs to the Xbox 360 ports on the Logitech wireless base station.

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If you use the red/white RCA connectors on the Xbox 360 AV cable for audio

Logitech wireless base station

Xbox 360

Primary audio system

 

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Logitech RCA-to-RCA

Xbox 360

passthrough cable

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Xbox 360 component

HD AV cable

Figure 5

If you are using the red and white RCA analog connectors of the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable to connect your Xbox 360 to your primary audio system, use one of the following wireless base station setups in this section.

Recommended setup for the wireless base station (Fig. 5)

1.Unplug the red and white connectors of the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable from your primary audio system.

2.Plug these red and white connectors directly into the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable connectors.

3.Plug the male connectors of the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable to your primary audio system (where the Xbox 360 component HD AV cable was previously connected).

4.On the other end of the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable, plug the red and white connectors into the Xbox 360 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

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Alternative Xbox 360 wireless base station setup

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Primary audio system

 

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Logitech RCA-to-RCA

passthrough cable

Figure 6

If the previous recommended connections are inconvenient or don’t work for your system setup, please follow the steps below to connect the wireless base station to your primary audio system:

1.Using the Logitech RCA-to-RCA passthrough cable, connect one end to the Xbox 360 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

2.Connect the other end of the cable to the red and white stereo audio-out ports on the back of your primary audio system.

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Connecting Xbox 360 voice chat

To experience voice chat in Xbox 360 games, connect the Headset F540 directly to an Xbox 360 game controller using the Logitech 2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable, as shown in the picture below.

To get the best voice chat performance, including using the voice audio volume roller on the headset, we recommend you adjust your Xbox 360 system settings as described:

1.Press the Xbox Guide button on the game controller, then navigate to Settings > Preferences > Voice

2.At the top of the screen, set the volume to level 10

3.Select “Play Through Headset” under Voice Output

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Xbox 360 game controller

Logitech 2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable

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Connecting other AV sources

You can use the Headset F540 to listen to a variety of audio-video sources, including TVs, DVD players, MP3 players, and more. To listen to any of these devices, use standard RCA or 3.5 mm cables (not included) to connect these devices to the back of the wireless base station.

Stereo AV devices can be connected here using RCA cables

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AUX IN

Wireless base station

AV devices (e.g., MP3 player) using a 3.5 mm cable can be connected here

For example, if you have connected the wireless base station to a PS3 game console, (leaving the Xbox 360 ports open), you could connect a DVD player to the wireless base station. To make this connection, use RCA cables to connect the audio-out ports on the DVD player to the open Xbox 360 ports on the back of the wireless base station.

If you also have an MP3 player, you could connect it using a 3.5 mm cable, which you would plug into the AUX IN port on the back of the wireless base station.

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Using the headset

After setting up the wireless base station, you are now ready to use the Headset F540. This section tells you how by covering headset features, controls, and adjustments.

Features

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Noise-canceling microphone

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Game audio volume roller

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Microphone mute light

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Power button

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Flexible, rotating microphone boom

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Wireless connection status light

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Precision headband adjustment

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Input selector

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Comfort headband pad

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Xbox 360 voice connection port

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Plush ear pads

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Headset charging port

7.Closed-back, noise-isolating ear cups

8.Microphone mute button

9.Voice audio volume roller

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Turning on the headset

Press the power button on the headset to turn it on.

The headset will wirelessly connect with the wireless base station.

You will see the three LEDs on the wireless base station turn on, blink briefly, and then one of the LEDs will turn solid.

Power button

Input selector

Using the input selector button

If you have multiple audio devices connected to the wireless base station, you can press the INPUT button on the headset to toggle through them.

Press the button to change the audio source. On the front of the wireless base station, the next LED will illuminate, representing the active audio source. (If there is only

one audio device connected to the back of the wireless base station, that input will remain active).

Wireless base station LEDs

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Using the volume rollers and microphone mute button

Use the two rollers on the left ear cup to independently control the volume of the game and voice chat audio.

You can mute your microphone by pressing the microphone mute button, or by rotating the microphone boom all the way closed (up).

When your microphone is muted, an LED located at the tip of the microphone will illuminate red.

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Microphone mute button

Turning off the headset

Press and hold the power button for approximately one second.

When powering off the headset, the LEDs on the wireless base station will blink briefly and then turn off.

Power button

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Adjusting the headset fit

The Headset F540 offers flexible adjustment of its ear cups, headband, and microphone boom so you can experience a comfortable fit.

Voice chat is muted when microphone boom is in the up position.

Troubleshooting

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I don’t hear anything through my headset

Check the LEDs on the front of the wireless base station.

No LEDs are lit

Check to make sure the wireless base station is plugged into a power outlet. If it is, then do the following:

Make sure the headset is powered on by pressing the power button for approximately one second. If the headset doesn’t turn on, then the battery may be dead and you should recharge it.

If this doesn’t help, then confirm that your audio cables are correctly plugged into the back of the wireless base station.

One LED is lit

If you have multiple devices connected to your wireless base station, check to make sure you have the correct audio system selected. To change the audio system, push the INPUT button on the headset.

If you are using a PS3, refer to Connecting PS3 voice chat to make sure your game system audio output is set up correctly.

Check to make sure your game system is on and a game is active.

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All three LEDs are blinking

The headset has not made a wireless connection to the base station. Try re-pairing the headset and the wireless base station by doing the following:

1. Press and hold the power button on the headset for 15 seconds to put it into search mode.

2. Press the connect button on the bottom of the wireless base station.

My microphone doesn’t work

1. The microphone will work with any game that supports voice chat on the PS3 and Xbox 360. Please check your game manuals to make sure the game supports voice chat.

2.If you’re using a PS3

Please check the cable connection between

the wireless base station and the PS3. Use the Mini-USB PS3 voice cable to make this connection. Please refer to Connecting PS3 voice chat for more information.

3.If you’re using an Xbox 360

Please check the cable connection between the Headset F540 and the Xbox 360 game controller. Use the 2.5 mm Xbox 360 voice cable to make this connection. Please refer to Connecting Xbox 360 voice chat for more information.

I’m hearing the wrong audio signal

If you have multiple devices connected to the wireless base station, you can change the active audio system you are hearing. To change the active audio system, push the INPUT button on the headset.

The voice chat volume roller isn’t working on my headset

You may need to change the voice chat settings in your PS3 or Xbox 360 system settings.

For PS3, refer to Connecting PS3 voice chat.

For Xbox 360, refer to Connecting Xbox 360 voice chat.

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What do you think?

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Thank you for purchasing our product.*

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* The sample Customer Survey shown here is in English. Logitech supports many languages on its website.

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Protect your hearing: Listening advice to avoid hearing damage

Listening via headphones, earbuds or headsets at a high volume may cause permanent hearing loss to occur. The louder the volume, the less time is required before your hearing could be affected.

To establish a safe volume level:

Start your equipment with the volume control at its lowest setting.

Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly, and without distortion.

Avoid setting the volume at a level that prevents you from hearing conversations and other similar noises around you.

Once you have established a comfortable sound level, leave it there. If you experience a ringing in your ears, discomfort or muffled speech, reduce the volume or stop listening and have your hearing checked. See the product support page on the Logitech website www.logitech.com for additional information.

Battery warning

Caution: risk of explosion and personal injury if batteries are replaced by incorrect type. Do not open, mutilate, or expose to conducting materials (metal), moisture, liquid, fire, or heat (above 54° C or 130° F). Doing so may cause batteries to leak or explode, resulting in personal injury. Dispose of spent, leaking, or damaged batteries according to manufacturer instructions and local laws. Do not use or charge batteries (lithium-ion rechargeables) if leaking, discolored, or deformed. Do not mix battery types. Do not charge alkaline batteries. Do not leave rechargeable batteries discharged or unused for extended periods. Battery life varies with usage. When replacing, remove all spent batteries, and do not mix old batteries with new. When device is not in use for extended periods, remove batteries to avoid leakage and store away from children in a cool, dry place at room temperature.

AC adapter warning

Caution electric shock hazard! Warning: to reduce risk of electric shock, do not expose AC adapter to rain, moisture, liquid, or heat sources (e.g., radiators, heat registers, stoves, amplifiers, etc.) For indoor use only. Do not use any other AC adapter with product. Do not use a damaged AC adapter or attempt to repair one. Inspect AC adapter regularly for cable, plug, or casing damage.

FCC

This hardware device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:

1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Compliance Information Statements: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This

equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct

the interference by one or more of the following measures: 1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 3) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

Industries Canada Statement: This device complies with RSS 210 of Industry Canada. (Cet appareil est conforme à la RSS 210 d’Industrie Canada.)

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