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Bluetooth profilesBluetooth profiles
Bluetooth profiles are the different ways that Bluetooth devices communicate with
other devices. Bluetooth phones support the speaker profile, the handsfree profile or
both. In order to support a certain profile, a phone manufacturer must implement
certain mandatory features within the software of the phone.
HFP = Handsfree
HFP = Handsfree HFP = Handsfree
HFP = Handsfree 1.5 specification defines the minimum set of functions such that a
Mobile Phone can be used in conjunction with a Hands-Free device (speaker or headset
etc.), with a Bluetooth® Link providing a wireless means for both remote control of the
Mobile Phone by the Hands-Free device and voice connections between the Mobile
Phone and the Hands-Free device.
A2DP profileA2DP profile
A2DP profile defines how high quality audio can be streamed from one device to
another over a Bluetooth connection. For example, music can be streamed from a mobile
phone, to a wireless headset, hearing aid & cochlear implant streamer, car audio, or from
a laptop/desktop to a wireless headset.
supports high-definition audio up to 96 kHz sampling rates and sample
resolutions up to 24 bits. The codec optionally permits a "hybrid" coding scheme for
applications where average and/or peak compressed data rates must be capped at a
constrained level. This involves the dynamic application of a form of "near lossless"
coding – but only for those short sections of audio where completely lossless coding
cannot respect the bandwidth constraints. Even for those short periods while the "near
lossless" coding is active, high-definition audio quality is maintained, retaining audio
frequencies up to 20 kHz and a dynamic range of at least 120 dB.
Idle (not paired)
Idle (not paired)Idle (not paired)
Idle (not paired) is the mode where your speaker is turned on but not paired to a
Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone or player.
LED is an acronym for light-emitting diode and refers to the light indicator of your
speaker that sends different red or blue signals depending on specific actions, events or
Pairing creates a unique and encrypted connection between two Bluetooth devices.
Bluetooth devices will not work together if they have not been paired.
or PINor PIN
or PIN is the code required to pair a Bluetooth device (e.g. a mobile phone)
with another Bluetooth device.
Standby is the mode where your speaker is turned on, paired and ready for outgoing or
incoming calls. When a call is ended, the speaker automatically returns to standby mode.
Dispose of all product parts in accordance with local regulations. If in doubt, please
consult your local authorities.
The battery of the speaker needs to be recycled. Do not attempt to replace the built-in
battery in your speaker.
The crossed-out wheeled bin means that within the European Union the product must be
taken to separate collection at the product end-of-life. Do not dispose of these products
as unsorted municipal waste.