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    USER MANUAL

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    1 – Introduction
    1.1 Hello!
    Thank you for choosing our product. InterphoneF4MC is a Bluetooth® helmet headset for
    wireless entertainment and communication system among multiple bikers.
    InterphoneF4MC can be installed on most helmets by attachment / detachment quick bracket.
    The ergonomic shape of the unit is user-friendly also with motorbike gloves.
    InterphoneF4MC is waterproof tested, up to IP67 protection degree (using the sealant
    provided).

    Index:

    1.2 Main features

    1. Introduction

    4

    2. Getting started

    6

    3. Settings

    9

    4. Intercom

    11

    5. Phone / GPS

    16

    6. FM Radio

    19

    7. Music Streaming

    20

    8. AUX input

    22

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    1. 1. Intercom: InterphoneF4MC allows Bluetooth Intercom communication between
    two riders up to 0,8 km (in the best environmental condition). It also allows Intercom
    Communication between four riders, bike to bike.
    2. Phone: InterphoneF4MC has a Multipoint Bluetooth® connection for dual mobile
    phone or other Bluetooth devices (mobile phone/GPS navigation).
    3. FM Radio: InterphoneF4MC includes a built-in FM-RDS (88-108MHz)receiver with a
    8 preset memories.
    4. Music: InterphoneF4MC is able to play music from a Bluetooth® device, supporting
    A2DP and AVRCP profiles (smartphones, MP3 player etc.).
    5. AUX: InterphoneF4MC is provided with AUX line-in connector with a 2,5 mm stereo
    jack for non-Bluetooth® devices.
    6. Vocal guide: InterphoneF4MC is equipped with a Text To Speech vocal guidance
    system, that helps the user to operate each product feature and menu.

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    1.3 Box contents

    2 – Getting Started
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    MFB button
    UP button
    DOWN button
    Volume + button
    Volume - button
    Blue led
    Red/Green/Orange led
    Connector

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    Pic.1
    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.
    E.

    2.1 Main Commands (Pic.2)

    Bluetooth® unit
    Microphone for full face helmet
    Microphone for Jet/flip up helmet
    Left speaker
    Right speaker

    F. Velcro set for speaker/mic + spare POP
    wind protection
    G. Fixing plates + screwdriver
    H. USB charging cable
    I. USB data cable
    J. Quick guide

    Please refer to quick guide for installing F4MC on your helmet, provided in the box (can
    be also downloaded from Interphone website), otherwise you can also check video
    TUTORIAL on website www.interphone.com.
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    Power on

    Press MFB button (1), led (6) flashes.

    Power off

    Press and hold MFB button (1) until you hear “Interphone powering
    down” message. Led (7) flashes red for few seconds.

    Volume

    Press buttons (4) to increase or (5) to decrease.

    Mute

    Press button (5) for about 2 seconds.

    Menu

    Press buttons (2) or (3) to scroll the menu items. Press MFB button
    (1) to select an item. Once selected a menu item, you come back to
    “INTERCOM” menu (Standby)with a short press of MFB button.
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    If you select a wrong language, follow the steps below:

    2.2 Status led (Pic.2)
    Standby

    BLUE led (6) flashes every 3 seconds.

    Intercom active

    BLUE led (6) is solid .

    Interphone connected with
    mobile/GPS

    BLUE led (6) flashes twice every 3 seconds.

    Pairing mode

    BLUE (6) and RED (7) led flash alternately.

    Charging

    ORANGE led (7) is solid. When charging is
    completed led (7) becomes solid GREEN.

    Battery low

    Led (7) is solid RED.

    2.3 First Switch on (only twin pack)


    Press MFB (1) button to turn on both units. The units are already factorypaired, wait for your language and press MFB (1) button to confirm.
    Later two units will be in “INTERCOM” Standby status (Chapter 4).

    1. Turn off the F4MC. (Press the MFB for 5s, or until the led lights RED). 
    2. Turn on the F4MC (Press the MFB for 2s).
    3. Short press UP button (2).
    4. Short press MFB button (1).
    5. Short press UP button (2).
    6. Press MFB when you hear your language.
    2.6 Audio priorities


    F4MC determinates the audio source priority in the following way:







    1. Mobile phone
    2. Intercom
    3. A2DP audio (Smartphone/Player MP3)
    4. FM Radio
    5. AUX line-in

    F4MC automatically manage priority when audio sources play simultaneously, using the
    sequence above.

    2.4 First Switch on (only single pack)
    Press MFB (1) button to turn on unit, wait for your language and press MFB (1) button
    to confirm.
    Unit will be in “INTERCOM” Standby status (Chapter 4).

    The unit will enter in “PAIRING MODE”, choose one of these:

    - Short press of MFB (1) button – pairing with mobile phone or GPS navigator.

    - Short press of Up (2) button – intercom pairing with INTERPHONE device.

    - Short press of DOWN (3) button – intercom pairing with other brand device(NON
    INTERPHONE) ANYCOM mode.

    - Long press of MFB (1) until the beep – to cancel “PAIRING MODE”. Unit will enter in
    “INTERCOM” Standby status(Chapter 4) and Blue led (6) will flash every 3 seconds.

    Example:



    ● Incoming mobile call interrupt ongoing A2DP music.
    ● Incoming Intercom call does not interrupt an ongoing mobile phone call; the rider,
    who started the intercom call, will hear a “connection failed” message.

    2.5 Language selection (after first switch on):
    F4MC in Standby mode (Blue led(6) flashing), press UP button(2) and then MFB
    button(1) to enter in “SETUP” menu. Press again UP button(2), “LANGUAGE
    SELECTION” start, wait for your language and then press MFB button (1)to confirm it.

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    3.1 System settings

    3 – Settings
    You can easily customize your F4MC . From Standby mode (Blue led (6) flashing), press
    UP button (2) and after MFB button (1) to active “SETUP” menu, entering in the main
    functions Pic.3.

    Once in “SETUP” menu, scroll items by UP (2) and DOWN (3) button until you find the
    one you want.
    Press MFB (1) button until the beep to change setting or enable a function.




    INTERCOM/STAND BY

    PHONE

    (2)



    FM RADIO



    MFB
    (3)

    MUSIC STREAMING


    AUXILIARY INPUT

    RDS on/off
    CALL ID on/off
    FULLFACE HELMET/JET HELMET/AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL off
    VOICE ANSWER on/off
    ERASE PAIRINGS
    full/limited VOCAL HELP
    ANYCOM SEARCH
    INTERCOM DEVICE SEARCH
    PAIRING MODE
    LANGUAGE SELECTION

    SET UP






    ● RDS: allows the F4MC receiver to re-tune to a different frequency, providing the
    same station when the first signal becomes too weak. It is possible enable/disable
    the function.
    ● Call ID: when you receive a phone call, F4MC pronounce the name of the caller. It is
    possible enable/disable the function.
    ● AUTOMATIC VOLUME: (FULLFACE HELMET/JET HELMET/OFF): F4MC can adjust
    volume automatically according as helmet you are using. The user can completely
    disable the function and adjust the volume manually. AUTOMATIC VOLUME
    CONTROL OFF allows to gain maximum.
    ● VOICE ANSWER: user can answer to a phone call just speaking a voice command. It
    is possible enable/disable the function.
    ● ERASE PAIRINGS: this function allows to cancel all devices paired before from
    F4MC memory. At the first restart F4MC will enter in pairing mode automatically as
    explained in Chapter 2.4.
    ● VOCAL HELPS: F4MC has two different levels for vocal helps: FULL for unskilled user
    and LIMITED for skilled user. It is possible to choose one of these two options.
    ● ANYCOM SEARCH: active search for other brand’s Bluetooth® headsets.
    ● INTERCOM SEARCH: active search for INTERPHONE branded devices.
    ● PAIRING MODE: active search for Bluetooth® devices such as mobile phone, GPS
    navigator, MP3 player etc.
    ● L ANGUAGE SELECTION: active the selection of languages. Wait when you hear
    your language and then press MFB (1) button to confirm it.

    Pic.3

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    4.1.2 Pairing with an INTERPHONE unit (not MC).

    4 – Intercom
    F4MC allows intercom communication between bike to bike (INTERCOM) and also up to 4
    other riders (INTERCOM TOGGLING) one to one.
    4.1 Pairing
    Before starting the communication between headsets, is necessary to pair together the
    units. This process has to be done only one time. F4MC will automatically recognize devices
    previously paired.
    F4MC is compatible with all range of INTERPHONE device (also previous series) and by
    ANYCOM function is also compatible with other brands of helmet Bluetooth headsets.
    Each F4MC can be paired to maximum four other units.
    4.1.1 Pairing with an INTERPHONE MC unit
    With both units in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing):

    1. On your F4MC unit press once the UP(2) button and then press once the MFB (1)
    button to activate the “SETUP” menu.

    2. Press three times the UP(2) button to select “INTERCOM DEVICE SEARCH” feature,
    press the MFB (1) until the beep to start the search.

    3. On the other unit (F4MC or F4MC or F3MC) press UP(2) button and then press once
    MFB (1) button to activate the “SETUP” menu.

    4. Press UP(2) button two times, the second MC unit will go in “PAIRING MODE”.

    5. After few seconds the units will be paired, intercom connection will be automatically
    started (led BLUE (6) on). To stop the intercom communication press once MFB (1)
    button on one of the two units.

    With your unit in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing):

    1. press once the UP(2) button and then press once the MFB (1) button to activate
    the “SETUP” menu.

    2. Press three times the UP(2) button to select “INTERCOM DEVICE SEARCH” feature,
    press the MFB (1) until the beep to start the search.

    3. On the second Interphone unit (previous series not “MC”), with unit off, push and
    keep pressed the MFB button until the alternate flashing red/blue of unit led.

    4. After few seconds the units will be paired, intercom connection will be
    automatically started (led BLUE (6) on). To stop the intercom communication press
    once MFB (1) button on one of the two units.
    4.1.3 Pairing with units not Interphone (other brands) - ANYCOM.
    With your unit in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing):

    1. press once the UP(2) button and then press once the MFB (1) button to activate
    the “SETUP” menu.

    2. Press four times the UP(2) button to select “ANYCOM SEARCH” feature, press the
    MFB (1) until the beep to start the search.

    3. On the second unit NOT Interphone start the “phone search/phone pairing mode”,
    see user manual of NOT Interphone unit for more details.

    4. After few seconds the units will be paired, intercom connection will be
    automatically started (led BLUE (6) on). To stop the intercom communication press
    once MFB (1) button on your F4MC unit.
    4.1.4 Pairing up to four other units (TOGGLING)
    Follow chapters before (4.11/4.1.2/4.1.3) to pair your F4MC with other four units.
    Every time one unit is paired with your F4MC, the last paired unit switchs in the next
    Intercom channel as shown in the following chart:
    Single unit
    pairing

    Twin units
    pairing

    Three units
    pairing

    Four units
    pairing

    Intercom A

    1° paired unit

    2° paired unit

    3° paired unit

    4° paired unit

    Further units
    pairing
    Further
    paired unit

    Intercom B

    -

    1° paired unit

    2° paired unit

    3° paired unit

    4° paired unit

    Intercom C

    -

    -

    1° paired unit

    2° paired unit

    3° paired unit

    Intercom D

    -

    -

    -

    1° paired unit

    2° paired unit

    Pairing erased

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    4.2 Intercom communication between two units (from “INTERCOM” menu)
    To start an intercom communication between your F4MC (unit nr1 Pic. 4) and another
    one (unit nr2 Pic. 4) follow these steps:

    1. Pair units 1 and 2 (chapters 4.1.1/4.1.2/4.1.3), this is necessary only once.

    2. With your F4MC unit in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), press once the MFB
    (1) button, connection will be started. The vocal guidance will prompt a message for
    intercom activation, BLUE (6) led of F4MC units will lights up. To stop the intercom
    communication press once MFB (1) button on your F4MC, both units will go in
    Standby mode.
    1

    Press UP (2):


    until the beep to connect A (unit nr. 4)
    until the second beeb to connect C (unit nr. 3)

    Press DOWN (3): until the beep to connect B (unit nr. 2)

    until the second beeb to connect D (unit nr. 1)
    Press MFB button (1) to connect the last intercom paired

    Pic.6

    2

    4.4 Intercom auto-reconnection


    Pic.4
    4.3 Intercom communication between three units (from “INTERCOM” menu)
    To start an intercom communication between your F4MC (F4M unit Pic. 5) and one of
    other four units (units 1,2,3,4 Pic. 5) follow these steps:

    1. Pair units as described in Chapters 4.1.4

    2. Follow the chart shown in Pic.6 to start intercom communication.

    3. When connection has been started the vocal guidance will prompt a message for
    intercom activation, BLUE (6) led of F4MC units will lights up.

    4. To stop the intercom communication press MFB (1) button on your F4MC (Pic.5). All
    units will go in Standby mode.
    1

    2





    ● When your F4MC unit is over the communication range, connection hangs. F4MC
    will try to recover the connection for 30 minutes. Within this time interval, if F4MC
    unit will come again into communication range, connection will be automatically
    resumed.
    ● During reconnection attempts, a double-beep will be generated, as a reminder that
    unit is attempting to reconnect.
    ● After 30 minutes, if reconnection fails, F4MC will go in Standby mode, stopping
    reconnection attempt.
    ● If you need to stop reconnection attempt, press MFB (1) button on your F4MC unit.

    4.5 Intercom tips
    Once activated the intercom channel, communication remains active until it is manually
    stopped by the rider. It is suggested to suspend the intercom conversation, if not necessary,
    to optimize battery life.
    The best behavior of Intercom TOGGLING is guarantee only using Interphone branded
    intercom units.

    F4MC

    “INTERCOM” audio quality is strongly influenced by:
    ● proper installation of speakers and microphone inside the helmet. Always check
    very carefully that speakers are placed exactly on your ears, and microphone is
    placed as close as possible to your mouth. Any error on these positions will cause
    an important decrease of performances.

    ● environment (electromagnetic interference, natural obstacles, etc.).

    ● aerodynamic protection of your motorcycle.

    ● type of helmet used.


    3

    4

    Pic.5

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    5.2 Incoming phone calls

    5 – Phone/GPS
    F4MC can be used together with Bluetooth® devices, as mobile phones, GPS devices, MP3
    players.
    To each F4MC unit is possible to connect, in the same time, max two Bluetooth® devices.
    5.1 Pairing
    Before using the F4MC unit with these devices, is necessary to run the pairing procedure.
    This is necessary only once, after F4MC will automatically recognize and connect devices
    already paired.
    Pairing procedure








    1. Start Bluetooth® service on mobile phone / GPS / MP3 player (check the device’s
    user guide for more details).
    2. With F4MC in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), press UP (2) button and then
    press MFB (1) button to activate “SETUP” menu. Press UP (2) button twice, F4MC
    will enter in “PAIRING MODE” .
    3. Start searching for new Bluetooth® devices on mobile phone / GPS / MP3 player.
    4. After few moments the device in searching mode will list “Interphone F4MC”. Select
    it.
    5. If prompted for a PIN number, type “0000” (four times the zero number).
    6. F4MC vocal guide will confirm the successful pairing with the message “PAIRING
    SUCCESSFUL, CONNECTED TO PHONE”. F4MC will go in Standby mode, the led BLUE
    (6) will flash twice, every three seconds.
    7. If the Bluetooth® device ask authorization to phonebook access, confirm.

    If you want to pair a second device, repeat the pairing procedure from step 1).

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    As indicated in chapter 2.6, phone calls have the highest priority and will override each
    of other F4MC feature. During an incoming phone call these are the possible commands:
    Answer to a phone call

    Push MFB (1) or pronounce loudly any
    word (in case that voice answer feature is
    enabled Chapter 3.1).

    End a phone call

    Push once the MFB (1) button.

    Reject a phone call

    Push DOWN (3) button to reject.
    Otherwise wait for 15 seconds, the call
    will be automatically rejected.

    Ringtone muting

    Push UP (2) button to mute the ringtone.

    5.3 Phone
    All features related to phone can be activated entering into “PHONE” menu of F4MC.
    With F4MC in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), push DOWN (3) button one time and
    then press the MFB (1) button to activate the “PHONE” menu.

    Redialling last number

    Press UP(2) button to redial last number.

    Voice dial

    Press DOWN(3) button to activate the
    voice dial feature of the phone. Follow
    phone’s prompts to complete the task.

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    5.4 Phone tips
    If two different phones are connected at the same time to a single F4MC unit, the features
    “Redialling last number” e “Voice dial” can be used only with the FIRST connected phone.
    The second connected phone can only receive calls, or managed by hand commands
    directly on the phone.
    Depending on the phone model it could be necessary to have an active internet connection
    to use the “Voice dial” feature.
    The “Voice dial” feature could not be supported by your phone. Check the phone user
    manual for more details.

    6 – FM radio
    F4MC includes an integrated FM RDS radio receiver with memory to store eight radio stations.
    To start the FM radio listening, with F4MC in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), push
    DOWN (3) button for two times and after press the MFB (1) button to activate the “FM
    RADIO” menu.
    Press UP (2) button to start frequency scan
    up (from 88 MHz to 108 MHz).
    Frequency scan

    From “SETUP” menu is possible to change two settings for the phone usage (Caller ID ON/
    OFF e Voice answer ON/OFF), see chapter 3.1 for more details.

    Press DOWN (3) button to start frequency
    scan down (from 108 MHz to 88 MHz).

    From “PHONE” menu, it is possible to go in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing-menu
    “INTERCOM”), pressing once the MFB (1) button.

    Press UP (2) button until the beep to select
    the next FM station memorized.
    Memory scan
    Press DOWN (3) button until the beep to
    select the previous FM station memorized.

    5.5 GPS
    After completing the pairing between F4MC and GPS device (see chapter 5.1) is possible
    to listen to vocal instructions from the GPS for the routing. The GPS will stop any intercom
    communication each time that will send a vocal instruction.
    Check that the GPS device is compatible with Bluetooth® headsets, “HFP”
    Bluetooth® profile has to be supported by GPS. Check GPS user guide
    for more details. F4MC uses the “HFP” Bluetooth® profile to manage the
    connection with GPS devices.
    Navigation apps, installed on smartphone devices, use the A2DP Bluetooth® profile to send
    routing indications to headset. This profile doesn’t let to automatically stop the intercom
    communication when needed.

    Press MFB (1) button until the beep, to
    save the FM station you are listening.
    Store FM station

    Press UP (2) or DOWN (3) button to select
    the memory nr (from nr.1 to nr.8).
    Press once MFB (1) button to confirm the
    memory nr (from nr.1 to nr.8).

    Car GPS navigator usually don’t support the HFP Bluetooth® profile. For this reason these
    devices can’t send vocal routing instructions to Bluetooth® headset. Check GPS user guide
    for more details.

    “RDS” allows these features:

    ● allows the F4MC receiver to re-tune to a different frequency, providing the same
    station when the first signal becomes too weak.

    ● when F4MC re-tunes to a different frequency, the vocal help (TTS) will speak the
    name and the frequency of the FM station.

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    When the signal strength is not enough weak to activate the re-tune to
    an alternative frequency, the listening quality could be decreased due to
    the low quality of signal. FM stations listening is strongly influenced by the
    environment (EMC noise, poor signal coverage, etc).

    7.2 Song sharing
    F4MC is equipped with the “SONG SHARING” feature, to share the music streaming among
    two Interphone MC units.

    During the FM radio listening, it is possible to go in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashingmenu “INTERCOM”), pressing the MFB (1) button.
    Start/Stop sharing

    7 – Music streaming
    With F4MC is possible to listen to music from an A2DP Bluetooth® device (smartphone,
    MP3 player, etc..). To play music from these devices is necessary to pair the F4MC unit
    with the music source device (Chapter 5.1).

    With F4MC in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), push DOWN button for three times
    and then press the MFB (1) button to activate the “MUSIC STREAMING” menu.

    Track select

    Push the MFB (1) button until the beep
    to play/pause the music.
    Press UP (2) or DOWN (3) button to
    select the previous or the next track.

    During the music listening, it is possible to go in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashingmenu “INTERCOM”), pressing the MFB (1) button. To resume the music listening it will be
    necessary to go again into “MUSIC” menu, as described at beginning of this chapter.

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    Press DOWN (3) button until the beep to start/
    stop the song sharing with Interphone “B” (unit
    nr.2 chapter 4.3 - Pic.5)

    During the sharing is possible to start an intercom session, as indicated in the following
    table.

    7.1 Music play

    Play/Pause

    Press UP (2) button until the beep to start/stop
    the song sharing with Interphone “A” (unit nr.3
    chapter 4.3 - Pic.5)

    On MC unit that is
    sharing the music

    Press the MFB (1) button to activate the
    INTERCOM menu.
    Press again the MFB (1) button to start an
    intercom call.

    On MC unit that is
    receiving the music

    Press the MFB (1) button to start an intercom
    call.

    7.3 Important informations for “MUSIC STREAMING” feature






    ● Only Bluetooth® devices supporting A2DP profile can stream stereo music to F4MC.
    ● Only Bluetooth® devices supporting AVRCP can be managed by F4MC.
    ● The song sharing feature couldn’t be used to share other audio sources , like GPS,
    Phone calls or intercom calls.
    ● The song sharing feature is optimized to work with Interphone devices of MC range.
    Using this feature, with other device, could bring a decrease of listening quality on
    the headset unit, that will receive the music shared.
    ● The listening audio quality is strictly connected to the quality of music source
    (bitrate and codec type of audio file, quality of Bluetooth® player, etc.).

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    8 – Auxiliary input

    Important information

    F4MC can be connected to a non-Bluetooth® player, thanks to auxiliary input jack.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON THE PRODUCT BATTERY

    8.1 Music listening

    Do not store the device without charging it. Failure to do so may irreversibly damage the
    capacity of the battery. Recharge the battery completely every TWO months.

    With F4MC in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing), push UP (2) button for two times and
    after press the MFB (1) button to activate the “AUXILIARY INPUT” menu.
    Connect the jack cable (OPTIONAL) to F4MC and to music player.
    Start the music player.
    During the music listening is possible to go in Standby mode (led BLUE (6) flashing, menu
    “INTERCOM” ), pressing the MFB (1) button.

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON PRODUCT WATERPROOFING
    The external unit (control unit), mated to the connector on the audio kit, is classified IP67 as
    per the IEC60529 standard, when used with the sealer provided in the package. Therefore,
    the control unit, when mated to the connector on the audio kit, may be submerged in a
    meter of freshwater for a maximum of 30 (thirty) minutes.
    Despite this classification, the device is not immune to greater stresses, such as prolonged
    immersion or high-pressure jets of water.

    Appendix 1

    Using the device in conditions of bad weather, at high speeds, may be equivalent to
    subjecting it to a high-pressure jet of water.

    Menu chart.

    FOLLOW THESE SUGGESTIONS CAREFULLY TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE DEVICE:
    Do not immerse the device in freshwater over one metre deep for more than
    30 minutes.
    press MFB button to connect the last intercom paired
    press until the beep to connect A
    press until the second beeb to connect C
    press until the beep to connect B
    press until the second beeb to connect D

    INTERCOM

    Do not store the device when it is wet: dry it with a clean, soft cloth. Dry any
    water or moisture in the control unit connector and/or the audio kit connector
    by applying warm air for at least 10 minutes. This will keep the contacts from
    corroding.

    press to re-dial

    PHONE

    press to voice dial

    Keep the device away from salt water, ionised water, beverages and other
    liquids. If the device is exposed to liquids other than freshwater, wash it with
    cold, freshwater and dry it carefully with a clean, soft cloth.

    press to search

    FM RADIO

    to select memorised stations press until a beep is heard

    MUSIC STREAMING

    press until the beep to play/pause

    press to memorise stations

    Keep the device away from high-pressure jets of water.

    press to select track
    press up button until the beep to share

    AUXILIARY INPUT

    SET UP

    RDS on/off
    CALL ID on/off
    FULLFACE HELMET/JET HELMET/AUTOMATIC VOLUME CONTROL off
    VOICE ANSWER on/off
    ERASE PAIRINGS
    full/limited VOCAL HELP
    ANYCOM SEARCH
    INTERCOM DEVICE SEARCH
    PAIRING MODE
    LANGUAGE SELECTION

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    press until you hear the beep
    to confirm

    use the arrows to scroll through the menu and use the central button to select

    F4MC VOICE MENU DIAGRAM

    Be sure to reapply the sealer supplied in the package if the sealer disappears
    when the device is used for a prolonged period of time.
    Be sure the connector on the audio kit is inserted into the control unit completely.
    Otherwise, complete protection against water and dust is not guaranteed.

    ITALIANO
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    Technical Specifications
    Bluetooth® compliance:
    Bluetooth® V.3.0 - Class II
    Supported Bluetooth® profiles:
    HFP
    A2DP
    AVRCP
    Dimensions mm:
    60x80x30
    Weight:
    44g
    Range:
    Up to 10 metres
    Talk time:
    12h
    Stand-by time:
    700h
    Charging time:
    3h
    Battery type:
    Rechargeable Li-ion

    EQUIPMENT DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOMESTIC USERS
    (Applicable within the European Union and those countries with separate collection
    systems)
    The marking shown on the product or its literature indicates that at the end of its life
    the product should not be disposed together with other household waste. To prevent
    possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal,
    please separate this from other types of wastes and recycle it responsibly to promote
    the sustainable reuse of material resources.
    Domestic users are invited to contact the sales point where the product was purchased or the local office with information regarding recycling of this type of product.
    Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of
    the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial waste
    for disposal purposes.
    This product has an embedded, non-replaceable battery, do not attempt to open the
    product or remove the battery as this may cause injury and damage the product. When
    disposing of the product, please contact your local waste disposal service in order to
    remove the battery. The battery contained within the device and been designed to be
    used throughout the life cycle of the product.

    This product is CE marked in accordance with the provisions of the R&TTE Directive
    (1999/5/EC) and the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU). With this CE mark Cellular Italy
    S.p.A. declares that this product complies with the essential requirements and other
    relevant provisions of the 1999/5/EC and 2011/65/EU Directives. The user is forbidden to make changes or modifications of any kind to this device. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Cellular Italy S.p.A. will void the user's authorisation
    to operate the device. Bluetooth® is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
    For more information please visit the website: www.interphone.com

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    ITALIANO
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