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Thanks for choosing the Xbox 360
. The headset’s small size, wireless
design, and easy pairing with your Xbox 360 console
lets you conveniently chat with and send voice
messages to other gamers—both in game and out of
game. You can also use your headset to give voice
commands in games that support voice-command
You can use your wireless headset in either Xbox or
BLUETOOTH mode. If you have a BLUETOOTH device
that supports calling, you can switch from Xbox to
BLUETOOTH mode to answer your incoming calls on
To use your headset with your Xbox 360 console, you
need a free Xbox LIVE
membership. For more
information about Xbox LIVE, go to www.xbox.com.
The Xbox 360 Wireless Headset with BLUETOOTH is for use with the Xbox 360 video
game and entertainment system and BLUETOOTH enabled devices.
Your new headset gives you:
• Full range of Xbox and BLUETOOTH features.
• Operating range of up to 9 meters (30 feet).
• Up to 8 hours of play per full battery charge.
• Audible low-power indicators.
• Volume/mute controls.
• Battery gauge accessible from the Xbox Guide.
To enhance your experience with the wireless headset, try the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller.
Before using this product, read this manual and the Xbox 360 console manual for
important safety and health information. Keep all manuals for future reference. For
replacement manuals, go to www.xbox.com/support or call Xbox Customer Support
(see “If You Need More Help”).
The limited warranty covering this product is contained in the Xbox 360 console manual
and is available online at www.xbox.com/support.
As with many other electrical devices, failure to take the following precautions can
result in serious injury or death from re or damage to the wireless headset.
• Use only the headset charging cable that came with your wireless headset or that
you received from an authorized repair center.
• Do not allow the headset or the headset charging cable to get wet.
• To avoid damaging the headset or the headset charging cable, unplug your headset
charging cable during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
• The headset should not be worn when connected to the headset charging cable.
• To prevent damage to your headset, avoid sitting or stepping on the headset, its
cable, or the cable connector.
These precautions apply to all products that use rechargeable or disposable batteries.
Improper use of batteries may result in battery uid leakage, overheating, or
explosion. Released battery uid is corrosive and may be toxic. It can cause skin and
eye burns, and is harmful if swallowed.
Charge only with the recharger provided with the product.
Extended exposure to high volumes when using a headset may result in temporary or
permanent hearing loss.
This device may contain small parts which may be a choking hazard to children under 3.
Keep small parts away from children.
Before boarding any aircraft or packing a wireless device in luggage that will be
checked, remove the batteries from the wireless device or turn the wireless device off
(if it has an on/off switch). Wireless devices can transmit radio frequency (RF) energy,
much like a cellular telephone, whenever batteries are installed and the wireless device
is turned on (if it has an on/off switch).
Before you can set up and use your Xbox 360 Wireless
Headset with BLUETOOTH, you need to charge your headset.
To charge your wireless headset:
1 Connect one end of the headset charging cable to a
USB port on your Xbox 360 console.
2 Connect the other end to the headset’s power input.
3 Turn on your console.
The lights on the headset ash green when charging in
Xbox mode, blue when charging in BLUETOOTH mode,
and remain illuminated when charging is complete.
• Typical battery charge time is two hours.
• Make sure the battery is fully depleted before recharging.
• If your headset is wirelessly connected to a console, connecting it to the headset
charging cable disconnects the wireless connection to the console.
• The headset isn’t functional when connected to the headset charging cable.
• If the headset is unused for a long time, its battery may lose its charge. If this
happens, recharge the headset.
• The headset may become warm while charging.
You can use your Wireless Headset in either Xbox mode or BLUETOOTH mode. This section
describes how to set up and use your headset in Xbox mode. For information about using your
wireless headset in BLUETOOTH mode, see Set Up and Use Your Headset in BLUETOOTH Mode.
Before you can use your headset with your console, you need to wirelessly connect (pair)
the headset to your console. After the two are connected, your headset automatically
connects with your console whenever you turn on your headset in Xbox mode or switch
from BLUETOOTH to Xbox mode.
To wirelessly connect your headset to your console:
1 Turn your console on by pressing the power button.
2 On your headset, move the mode switch to Xbox, and then press
the power button.
3 After the headset plays the startup sound, press and hold the
headset’s connect button for two seconds.
4 Within 20 seconds of pressing the headset’s connect button, press
the connect button on your console.
When the headset is connected with the console, the lights ash
green three times. The headset is assigned a specic quadrant on
the console, represented by the illuminated green light.
If a controller is assigned to quadrant 1, the headset is also
assigned to quadrant 1. If another wireless headset is already
assigned to quadrant 1, your headset is assigned to the next
5 If you want to associate the headset with a controller assigned to
a different quadrant, press the headset’s
connect or power button
to advance to the quadrant you want.
For example, to change a headset assigned to quadrant 1 to
quadrant 3, press the connect button twice.
If your headset fails to complete the connection process in
20 seconds, the lights resume ashing slowly.
• Before you use the headset for the rst time, you need to connect to Xbox LIVE.
Connecting to Xbox LIVE lets the console download the necessary software updates.
For information about Xbox LIVE, visit www.xbox.com/live.
• You can connect up to four wireless headsets to a console at one time. Each
connected headset is assigned to a quadrant.
• Before you can connect a wireless headset, at least one quadrant must be free
(unlit). To disconnect a wireless controller, press and hold the Xbox Guide button for
three seconds, and then turn the controller off. To disconnect a wired controller,
unplug its cable from the console.
• If you plan to connect multiple controllers and wireless headsets, connect a wireless
headset rst, alternating between each headset and its intended controller.
• A controller is not required for the headset to work with the console. If you’re not
using a controller, the headset occupies its own quadrant.
• An Xbox 360 Headset (wired) takes precedence over a wireless headset. A wireless
headset can’t be associated with a controller that’s connected to a wired headset.
To use a wireless headset instead, disconnect the wired headset and then repeat the
wireless connection steps.
• When you turn off your console, the headset doesn’t turn off. Turn off the headset
by pressing the power button for two seconds.
• Your headset is wirelessly connected to only one console at a time. You can connect
to a new console at any time, but your connection to the previously connected
console will be lost.
• The Xbox 360 Wireless Headset works only within 9 meters (30 feet) of the console.
Objects between the controller and the console can reduce this range.
Before you use your wireless headset to play or chat, you need to install
the ear gel and make sure that your headset is comfortable. Three ear
gels are included with your headset to ensure a comfortable t.
Make sure that the headset is turned off before you change the ear gel.
To put on your headset:
1 Hold the headset in one hand with the speaker facing you.
2 With your other hand, hold the ear loop as shown, and then
snap the loop into place at the base of the speaker.
The ear loop is reversible, so you can wear the headset on your
left or right ear.
3 Select an ear gel, center it over the speaker, and then gently push the gel until snaps
The surface of the speaker is slightly recessed below the lip of the ear gel.
4 Fit the headset snugly over either ear such that the ear gel rests comfortably over your ear.
If the headset isn’t comfortable, take off the headset and switch ear gels.
5 When the headset is comfortable, take off the headset and turn it on.
6 Put the headset back on, adjust the volume, and start using your headset.
For the best microphone performance, make sure the headset is aimed as shown.
The following section assumes that you’ve already connected your wireless headset to your
console. If you want to use your headset in Xbox mode, make sure that you turn on your console.
• To turn on your headset, press the power button.
The headset is assigned a specic quadrant on the console, represented by the
illuminated green light.
• To turn off your headset, press and hold the power button.
• To adjust the volume, press the Volume Up or Volume Down button.
• To mute your headset, press the Mute button. To unmute your headset, press the Mute
You can mute your headset in Xbox mode only.
Your wireless headset has two low-battery charge indicators, one at 30 minutes of
operating time remaining and one at ve minutes of operating time remaining.
At 30 minutes, the lights ash about twice per minute until ve minutes remain.
At ve minutes, the lights ash continuously until the headset shuts off.
You can switch your headset’s operating mode after you turn it on. If you have a
BLUETOOTH device that supports calling, you can switch from Xbox to BLUETOOTH mode
to answer your incoming calls on your headset. You’ll need to pair your wireless headset
with your BLUETOOTH device rst.
To switch operating modes:
1 On your headset, move the mode switch to the mode you want.
2 If you’re switching from Xbox to BLUETOOTH mode to answer an
incoming call, your headset answers the call automatically when it
switches to BLUETOOTH.
If you’re switching from BLUETOOTH back to Xbox mode, your
headset uses the same settings you had when you last left Xbox mode.
Before you can use the wireless headset’s BLUETOOTH features, you need to wirelessly
connect (pair) the headset with another BLUETOOTH enabled device. You can pair your
headset with up to eight BLUETOOTH enabled devices.
When you pair your headset with a BLUETOOTH enabled device, follow the specic
pairing instructions included with the BLUETOOTH device.
When you turn on your headset in BLUETOOTH mode or switch from Xbox to BLUETOOTH
mode, your headset automatically tries to connect to the last BLUETOOTH device(s) to
which it was connected. Your headset supports BLUETOOTH Multipoint technology. This
means that your headset can simultaneously connect to two BLUETOOTH devices.
To pair your wireless headset with a BLUETOOTH device:
1 Turn on the BLUETOOTH device that you want to pair with your wireless headset.
2 On your headset, move the mode switch to BLUETOOTH and then press the power button.
3 Press the Connect button on your headset for two seconds.
The lights ash blue when the headset is in BLUETOOTH discovery mode.
4 Follow the specic pairing instructions included with your BLUETOOTH enabled device.
If your device requires a security PIN number to pair with your wireless headset, use
“0000” (four zeros) as the security PIN.
When your headset pairs successfully, the lights ash blue three times.
To pair your headset with another BLUETOOTH enabled device, repeat steps 1-4.
If you have a BLUETOOTH device that supports voice calling, you can use the Action
button to make, answer, or reject calls. You’ll need to pair your wireless headset with your
BLUETOOTH device rst.
When you receive an incoming call, your headset’s lights ash blue until you answer,
reject or ignore the call. The headset also plays the incoming call sound.
To make a voice call:
1 Press and hold the Action button for two seconds.
2 Use the BLUETOOTH voice commands to make your call. For information on using
BLUETOOTH voice commands, refer to your BLUETOOTH device instructions.
To answer an incoming call:
1 Press and release the Action button.
To answer an incoming call when the headset is in Xbox mode:
1 Switch to BLUETOOTH mode and the call will be answered automatically.
To end a call:
1 Press and release the Action button.
To reject an incoming call:
1 Press and hold the Action button for two seconds.
If you receive a second incoming call during an active call:
1 Press the Action button to answer the second call and put the rst call on hold.
This feature must be supported by your BLUETOOTH device and mobile operator.
While a call is on hold:
1 Press and release the Action button to hang up the active call.
2 Press and hold the Action button for two seconds to swap calls.
To prevent damage to your product, store it in a dry location where it will not be crushed
by heavier items. Do not leave the product or its accessories in places where they could
cause people to slip or trip. Do not sit or step on it.
Use in accordance with these instructions:
• Do not use near any heat sources.
• Only use attachments/accessories specied by Microsoft.
• Clean only with a dry cloth. Using cleaning solutions may damage your headset.
• Do not allow this product to become wet.
To reduce the risk of re or shock, do not expose this product to rain or other types of moisture.
If you encounter problems, try the possible solutions provided below.
To turn on the wireless headset, press the headset’s power button. To connect the wireless
headset to your console, press the connect button on the console, and then press and
hold the connect button on the headset. You must press the connect buttons within
20 seconds of each other. If you’ve done this and the headset doesn’t work:
• Make sure your console is connected to Xbox LIVE. The rst time you use the headset, you
must connect to Xbox LIVE. For information about Xbox LIVE, visit www.xbox.com/live.
• Move the headset closer to the console.
• Make sure the battery is freshly charged.
• Keep the console and headset at least three feet away from large metal objects such as
le cabinets and refrigerators.
• Metallic decorations or stickers on the console or headset can interfere with wireless
headset performance. Remove decorations and try connecting again.
• Make sure the front of the console is positioned in the direction of the headset and
away from nearby walls.
• If you have four wireless controllers connected to your console, you will need to
disconnect one of them in order to connect a wireless headset.
To disconnect a wireless controller, press and hold the Xbox Guide button for three seconds,
and then turn it off. To disconnect a wired controller, unplug its cable from the console.
• Cordless phones (2.4-GHz), wireless LANs, wireless video transmitters, microwave
ovens, and some mobile/cell phones can interfere with the operation of the headset.
Turn these off or unplug them and try connecting again.
• If nothing else works, you can reset the headset by using the charging cable to
connect the headset to your console.
Make sure the headset is wirelessly connected to your console. Try adjusting the volume
using the volume controls on the headset.
Make sure the headset is wirelessly connected to your console and that your headset isn’t muted.
Make sure that voice isn’t muted in the Xbox Guide (go to Personal Settings, Voice). Check
your game manual to determine whether you need to push a button while speaking.
Make sure the headset mode switch is set to BLUETOOTH.
Make sure that the microphone is pointed forward.
Make sure the headset is wirelessly connected to your console and that it isn’t muted
(briey press the mute button to either mute or unmute the headset).
Make sure your console’s Family Settings for Xbox LIVE allow communication with other gamers.
If the headset charging cable is connected to the headset and the battery fails to charge,
the headset’s rst two lights will ash in sequence (1, 1 and 2; 1, 1 and 2; and so on) to
signal an error condition.
If this occurs, the headset may be too hot or too cold. Leave the headset connected to
the power adapter long enough for its temperature to settle, at which point the battery
should charge normally.
If the error condition persists and the headset appears to be at room temperature, call
Xbox Customer Support (see “If You Need More Help”).
For answers to common questions, troubleshooting steps, and Xbox Customer Support
contact information, visit www.xbox.com/support.
Do not take your Xbox 360 console or its accessories to your retailer for repair. Please visit
www.xbox.com/support for troubleshooting and service information.
Do not attempt to take apart, service, or modify the Xbox 360 console, power supply,
or its accessories in any way. Doing so could present the risk of serious injury or death
from electric shock or re, and it will void your warranty.
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