Jabra CLASSIC manual table of contents:
- Jabra CLASSIC | User Manual - Page 1
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4. how to charge the battery...7 5. how to connect...8 6. how to use ...9
6.1 Multiple call handling 6.2 list of voice guidance
7.1 jabra assist
8.1 faq 8.2 How to care for your headset
9. Technical specifications...16
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Thank you for using the Jabra Classic. We hope you will enjoy it! Jabra Classic features Voice guidance Battery and pairing status display HD voice Long talk time - Up to 9 hours Power Nap feature New comfort pack Wireless freedom - Up to 30m/98ft
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2. headset OVERVIEW
Micro-USB Port Answer/End button Earhook On/Off switch Volume up/ down buttons
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3. how to wear
The headset can be worn on the left or right ear.
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3.1 Change eargels
Choose between 2 ergo-designed eargels for optimal fit and comfort.
3.2 attaching the earhook
The earhook can be attached to the headset for a more secure fit, and can be worn with or without the eargel.
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Plug the headset into a power supply using the wall charger.
NOTE: For safety reasons, it is recommended not to use the headset while it is charging.
It takes approx. 2 hours to fully charge the headset.
4. how to charge the battery
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... (3 secs) the Answer/end button until the Bluetooth indicator flashes blue, and pairing mode is announced in the headset. 3. Follow the voice-guided pairing instructions to pair to your Bluetooth device.
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6. how to use
Battery indicator On/Off switch Bluetooth indicator Answer/End button Volume down Volume up
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function Answer call
action Tap the Answer/end button
End call Activate voice dialing (phone dependent) Reject call Redial last number Adjust speaker volume Mute/un-mute microphone
Tap the Answer/end button Press and hold (2 secs) the Answer/end button when not on a call Double-tap the Answer/...
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6.1 Multiple call handling
The headset can accept and handle multiple calls simultaneously.
function End current call and answer incoming call Switch between held call and active call Put current call on hold and answer incoming call action Tap the Answer/end button Press and hold (2 secs) the ...
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6.2 list of voice guidance
click to listen What you hear Connected Battery low Redialling Disconnected To connect your headset, go to the Bluetooth menu on your phone and select it from the list
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7.1 jabra assist
Jabra Assist is a smartphone app that enables GPS tracking of the headset, pairing assistance, and headset battery status. Android download - Google Play iOS download - App Store
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... (up to 30 meters or 98 feet). Q What is the range of the headset? A The Jabra Classic supports the following maximum ranges: 30m/98ft. Q Why do I not hear ... the headset. Re-connect the headset to your Bluetooth device following the Bluetooth connection instructions.
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8.2 How to care for your headset
Always store the headset with the power off and safely protected Avoid storage at extreme temperatures (above 35°C/95°F or below -20°C/-4°F). This can shorten battery life and may affect headset operation. Do not expose the headset to rain or ...
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Jabra Classic headset Weight: Dimensions: Microphones: Speaker: Operating range: Bluetooth version: Paired devices: Supported Bluetooth profiles: Talk time: Standby time: Operating temperature: Storage temperature: AC power supply Pairing passkey or PIN:
specification under 10g H 46.9mm x W 15.9mm ...
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© 2013 GN Netcom A/S (North America: GN Netcom US, Inc.). All rights reserved. Jabra® is a registered trademark of GN Netcom A/S. All other trademarks included herein are the property of their respective owners. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use ...