I have pairing problems
- You may have deleted the pairing connection in your mobile phone – follow the pairing instructions in ‘Pair Your Headset to a Phone or other Device‘.
I cannot hear the phone call in the headset
- Increase the volume on the Jabra CLIPPER.
- Make sure your phone is connected to the headset by i.e. tapping the Multi-Function button, or viewing the LED indicator.
How can I use the Multiuse™ feature on my Jabra CLIPPER?
Multiuse functionality enables you to be connected to two different devices at the same time (e.g. a mobile phone and a PC). This means that for example, you can use the same headset for both listening to music from your mobile phone and use it for Internet telephony (e.g. Skype or Google Talk) at the same time.
What is Bluetooth® Stereo/A2DP?
Bluetooth® Stereo enables a wireless connection of stereo audio between two Bluetooth® Stereo devices. In order to provide a wireless Bluetooth® Stereo connection between two devices, both devices must support the A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) Bluetooth profile.
I hear crackling noises
Bluetooth® is a radio technology which means it is sensitive to objects between the headset and the device it is connected to. You should be able to have up to 10 meters (33 feet) of distance between the headset and the connected device when there are no major objects in the way (walls, etc.).
I cannot use Reject call or Redial
These features are dependent on your phone supporting them; please consult your phone’s manual for details.
I cannot hear music in the headset
- Ensure that the headset is connected to your Bluetooth® enabled device.
- You may have been out-of-range (10 meters) to your Bluetooth® enabled device or the headset might have experienced an ESD (Electrostatic discharge) incidence. Press the Multi-Function Button to re-establish the Bluetooth® audio link - Increase the volume on your device.
- Make sure that the Jabra CLIPPER is charged.
The music I hear sounds very poor
Make sure the other device supports Bluetooth® 1.1 or higher including the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP) for music streaming.
If the above procedure did not help then it is possible that your phone is using the stereo audio connection in a different way. You can enable this mode on Jabra CLIPPER by performing pairing in
the following way:
- Remove the Bluetooth® connection to Jabra CLIPPER on your phone.
- Make sure the headset is on.
- Press and hold the Multi-Function button for more than 5 seconds until the LED display are solid Blue.
- Go through the regular steps in pairing the headset to a Bluetooth® device.
What is AVRCP?
Audio Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP) enables you to remote control your music player from the Jabra CLIPPER with functions such as Pause, Play, Stop & Skip Track (can be phone dependent).