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    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
    When used in the directed manner, this unit has been designed and
    manufactured to ensure your personal safety. However, improper use can
    result in potential electrical shock or fire hazards. Please read all safety
    and operating instructions carefully before installation and use, and keep
    these instructions handy for future reference. Take special note of all
    warnings listed in these instructions and on the unit.
    1.
    Water and Moisture
    The unit should not be used near water. For example: near a bathtub,
    washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, swimming pool or in a set basement.
    2.
    Ventilation
    The unit should be situated so that its location or position does not
    interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, it should not be situated
    on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface that may block the ventilation
    openings. Also, it should not be placed in a built-in installation, such as a
    bookcase or cabinet, which may impede the flow of air through the
    ventilation openings.
    3.
    Heat
    The unit should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators,
    heat registers, stoves or other appliances (including amplifiers) that
    produce heat.
    4.
    Power Source
    The unit should be connected to a power supply only of the type described
    in the operating instructions or as marked on the appliance.
    5.
    Power Cord Protection
    Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be
    walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. It is always
    best to have a clear area from where the cord exits the unit to where it is
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    6.
    Cleaning
    Clean only with dry cloth – The appliance should be cleaned only as
    recommended by the manufacturer.
    7.
    Object and Liquid Entry
    Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled
    into any openings or vents located on the product,
    8.
    Attachments
    Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer
    9.
    Lightning and Power Surge Protection
    Unplug the unit from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the
    product due to lightning and power-line surges.
    10. Overloading
    Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience
    receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire of electric shock.
    11. Damage Requiring Service
    This unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel when;
    A.
    The power supply cord or plug has been damaged.
    B.
    Objects have fallen into or liquid has been spilled into the enclosure.
    C.
    The unit has been exposed to rain.
    D.
    The unit has been dropped or the enclosure damaged,
    E.
    The unit exhibits a marked change in performance or does not
    operate normally.
    12. Periods of Nonuse
    If the unit is to be left unused for an extended period of time, such as a
    month or longer, the power cord should be unplugged from the unit to
    prevent damage or corrosion.

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    13. Servicing
    The user should not attempt to service the unit beyond those methods
    described in the user's operating instructions. Service methods not
    covered in the operating instructions should be referred to qualified service
    personnel.
    14.WARNING :
    - To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this apparatus
    to rain or moisture. The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
    splashing and that objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall not be
    placed on apparatus.
    - The mains plug is used as disconnect device, the disconnect device
    shall remain readily operable.
    - Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire
    or the like.
    These symbols may be found on the device and shall indicate the
    following:
    The lightning symbol warns the user of dangerously high
    voltages inside the case.
    The exclamation mark symbol points to important instruction or
    maintenance remarks in the accompanying guidelines.
    CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the
    party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
    operate the equipment.

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    LOCATION OF CONTROLS
    Top View

    Front View

    Back View



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    REMOTE CONTROL

    1. Power On/Standby Button
    Press to turn on/off the unit
    2. MUSIC Button
    Press to choose music mode
    3. MOVIE Button
    Press to choose movie surround mode
    4. Play/Pause

    button

    Press to play or pause the current track
    When there is a phone call, press to answer or end call.
    Button

    5.

    Press once to return to the beginning of current track or previous track.
    Button

    6.

    Press once to advance to the next track.
    7. -/

    Button

    Press to adjust volume level down.
    8. +/▲ Button
    Press to adjust volume level up.
    9. Remote Sensor
    10. Microphone
    11. Pilot Lamp



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    12. USB Port
    13. AUX-IN JACK
    14. AC Power Cord
    15.

    Button

    Press to hang up the phone
    16. PAIR Button
    Press and hold for 3 seconds to activate pairing mode.
    If the speaker is already connected and you would like to connect to a
    different device, press and hold for 3 seconds to break the current
    connection and initiate pairing.
    17. MUTE Button
    Press to mute the sound
    18. MODE Button
    To select different play modes: Bluetooth/USB/Aux
    Button
    To search down during play
    20.
    Button
    To search up during play
    21. NFC tab area
    19.



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    FIRST USE OF THE DEVICE/INTRODUCTION
    Power Supply
    This unit is designed to operate on AC 100-240V~50/60 Hz household
    mains supply.
    Power of Remote Control
    To use the remote control, please ensure the remote control battery
    CR2032 (included) is installed properly and take the insulation clarity
    paper out.(Once you stop to use the remote control, please Insert in it
    same as before). Replace the remote control battery when it stops
    working. It is highly recommended to use a good quality button cell.
    BATTERY NOTE AND CARE
    ! Danger of explosion if the battery is replaced incorrectly. Replace only
    with the same type battery.
    ! Only use a good quality known brand battery to ensure the longest life
    and best performance.
    ! If the remote is not to be used for an extended period of time, remove
    the battery. An old or leaking battery can cause damage to the remote
    and may void the warranty.
    ! Do not dispose of batteries in fire. Batteries may leak or explode.
    ! Do not try to recharge batteries that are not intended to be recharged;
    they can overheat, rupture and leak (Follow battery manufacturer’s
    directions).
    GETTING STARTED
    WARNING: Do not apply power to the unit until all of your connections are
    made.
    1. Plug the AC cord plug into a convenient AC wall outlet.
    2. The Pilot lamp on the bottom of the unit will lights up in Red color. The
    unit enters into STANDYBY Mode.
    3. Press the
    power button turn on/off the unit.
    4. Remove the AC cord out of the wall outlet if you want to switch off the
    main voltage completely.

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    SPECIAL TIPS
    Pilot lamp to show different play mode
    Press the MODE Button during power on, the play mode will be changed
    circularly from Bluetooth mode, USB mode, AUX-IN mode, meanwhile, the
    Pilot lamp on the bottom of the unit will lights with different colors:
    Blue for Bluetooth mode
    Blue+ Green for USB mode
    Green for Aux-in mode

    PLAYBACK VIA BLUETOOTH

    Bluetooth involves a technology for wireless radio connection of devices
    over a short distance. Devices with Bluetooth standard are transmitting
    between 2.402 and 2.480 GHz in the ISM band (Industrial, Scientific and
    Medical). Interference can be caused for example by WLAN-networks,
    DAB radios, cordless phones, or microwave ovens which work on the
    same frequency band.
    This device offers you the possibility to use a Bluetooth enabled device.
    The functional radius is limited to approx.10 metres depending on the
    surroundings and the unit used.
    If your playing device supports the A2DP profile (Advanced Audio
    Distribution Profile) and has a music-player function, then you can also
    wirelessly transfer music to the device. The A2DP profile involves a
    multi-vendor Bluetooth profile. By streaming, stereo-audio signals are
    wirelessly transferred between the playing device (source) and the
    receiving device.
    Due to the different device manufacturers, models, and software versions,
    a full functionality cannot be guaranteed.

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    Pair the Speaker using NFC (Near Field Communication)

    With Near Field communication (NFC), you can easily pair and connect
    this speaker to your compatible devices.
    If the compatible device supports NFC, activate its NFC feature, and touch
    the NFC area of the speaker (make sure that the speaker is in pairing
    mode) with the NFC area of your device, the speaker connects to the
    device automatically, the Blue color indicator on the speaker stops flashing
    once pairing has been carried out successfully,.
    For details on NFC, see the user guide of the device.
    If the device does not support NFC, pair the speaker manually.
    Pair the Speaker manually
    Before you listen to music via the unit, you must pair the devices.
    1. Ensure, that the Bluetooth function is activated in your player (e.g.
    mobile phone). For this, refer to the operation manual of your player.
    2. Press the MODE button repeatedly until the Pilot lamp changes to blue
    to access to the Bluetooth mode. The blue color indicator flashes to show
    that the unit is in pairing mode.
    3. Choose the Bluetooth menu in your player and register the device in
    your player. For this, refer to the operation manual of your player. The
    device “HFG509BTN” will show in your player as a selection.
    NOTE:
    Only one playback unit can be connected to the speaker. If the speaker is
    already connected to another playback unit, the speaker will not appear
    in the BT selection menu.
    4. If your device asks for a passkey (depending on the device
    manufacturers, model, and software version), then enter digits “0000”
    (four zeros) and press OK.
    If pairing has been carried out successfully, the Blue color indicator stops
    flashing.
    For the further procedure, please refer to the user manual of the playback
    unit. If possible, adjust the volume of the external unit to a comfortable
    level.

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    NOTE:
    � Depending on the device manufacturer, you need to perform the
    registration (PAIRING) again to connect the devices
    � The Bluetooth compatibility cannot be ensured for devices (e.g. mobile
    phones) getting released in the future.
    � To ensure an optimal connection, make sure that the battery of your
    player is completely charged.
    � Some of the mobile phone brands have an energy-saving mode.
    Deactivate the energy-saving mode as it can otherwise result in
    problems during the data transfer through Bluetooth.
    � To be able to transfer audio data, Bluetooth needs to stay activated in
    your player Observe the operation manual of your player.
    � If a mobile phone on which you are playing music receives a call, the
    music will be interrupted. The sound however is not played back via the
    speaker. After you have ended the call, the devices are connected to
    each other again and playback continues.
    Using The Speaker as a Handfree Bluetooth Speakerphone
    1. Link your cell phone to the speaker via Bluetooth as described above .
    2. When receiving an incoming call on your cell phone , tap
    button on
    the main unit or
    button on the remote to switch the incoming call
    from cell phone to the speaker. A short beep sound will be heard
    confirming the call was answered. Complete your call using the built-in
    microphone and speaker.
    3. Adjust the volume control of your cell phone to obtain the desired sound
    level.
    4. To end the call, press the
    button on the main unit or
    button on
    the remote again, a short beep sound will be heard and the call will end.
    If you were playing music from your cell phone to the speaker before
    answering the call, the music will automatically resume playing when
    you hang up.
    5. To ignore an incoming call, simply press the
    button on the remote.

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    USB OPERATION

    This device has been developed in line with the latest technical advances
    in the USB filed. The wide range of different USB storage devices of all
    types which are currently on the market, unfortunately do not allow us to
    guarantee full compatibility with all USB storage devices. For this reason,
    in rare cases there may be problems in playing back files from USB
    storage devices. This is not a malfunction of the device.
    1. Connect a USB storage device directly into the port to access to USB
    mode, the Pilot lamp changes to Blue+Green color, The USB will start
    playing automatically once the contents scanning is finished.
    2. Press the + / - button on the speaker or on the remote to adjust to the
    desired volume level.
    3. To remove your USB device, simply stop the playback and gently
    unplug it from the connector.

    NOTE:

    � Always directly connect a USB storage medium to the USB port to
    prevent any malfunctions.
    � The USB port is also designed for charging external devices except for
    Apple devices.
    � During USB mode, if you plug an audio cable into the unit, the play
    mode will automatically change to AUX-IN mode.

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    OPERATING THE SPEAKER IN AUX-IN MODE

    1. Press the
    power button to turn on the unit.
    2. Connect an audio cable to the headphone or line-out jack of an audio
    device and plug the other end into the Aux -in jack located on back of
    the main unit, it will access to AUX-IN mode automatically, the Pilot
    lamp changes to Green color
    3. Turn audio device on and play this device.
    4. Press the + / - button on the speaker or on the remote to raise/lower
    the volume level, When finished, press the
    power button to turn off
    the main unit. Remember to turn off the speakers and your audio
    device, too.
    Notes:
    1). If you're connected to the Line out Jack of your external device, then
    you only need to adjust the volume control of this speaker. If you're
    connected to the Headphone Jack of your external device, then you may
    need to adjust both the volume control of your external device and the
    volume control of this unit to find the most desirable volume setting.
    2). During AUX mode, if you plug a USB device into the unit, the play
    mode will automatically change to USB mode.

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    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
    Should you experience difficulties in the use of this player, please refer to
    the following chart.
    Fault
    Unit cannot be
    operated.

    No audio signal
    via the Bluetooth
    connection

    Speaker cannot
    be connected

    Poor sound
    quality from a
    ®
    Bluetooth
    device
    Remote control is
    not functioning
    properly.

    Cause

    Solution

    Unit crashes and
    “hangs”

    Disconnect from the mains for around 5
    seconds. Then switch the unit on again.

    Speaker is not
    paired to the audio
    source.

    Check whether a connection exists. If
    necessary, pair the speaker again to
    the audio source.

    Volume too low

    Increase the volume on the the audio
    source.

    Pairing does not
    work

    Check whether the audio source
    supports the A2DP protocol

    Increase the volume on the speaker

    Audio
    source
    switched off

    is

    Switch on the audio source

    Bluetooth
    is
    switched off at the
    audio source.

    Switch on the Bluetooth function in the
    audio source.

    Bluetooth version is
    not supported.

    Use a different playback unit.

    Bluetooth device
    is almost out of
    range of the
    HFG509BTN

    Move your Bluetooth device
    closer to the HFG509BTN

    Low battery.

    Replace the battery with correct type
    CR2032

    Remote Control
    is not pointed
    to ward the IR
    window

    Point the Remote Control to ward the
    unit IR window, use with in 10 feet of
    the unit.

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    SPECIFICATIONS
    Power Supply
    Power Input............................................................... 100-240V~50/60Hz
    Power Consumption:..........................................................................50 W
    Power of Remote control.............. 1 xDC 3V CR2032 button cell (included)
    Protection class:.......................................................................................II
    Net weight:.............................................................................approx. 3.8kg
    Working Temperature ......................................................................0-45℃
    Working Humidity........................................................................ 20%~80%
    Bluetooth
    Bluetooth support:...........................................................................V4.0
    Range:..................................................................................upto 10 metres
    Transmission frequency:................................................................2.4 GHz
    Protocols:....................................................................................A2DP 1.2
    The right to make technical and design modifications in the course of
    continuous product development remains reserved.

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