JBL 10WQi Bluetooth Earbuds
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How to wear
Power On & CONNECT
* Google Assistant will be integrated later Over-The-Air (OTA) automatically.
DUAL CONNECT + SYNC
Enable advance controls by connecting your JBL Live PRO+TWS to My JBL Headphones App.
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- Model: LIVE PRO+ TWS
- Driver Size:11 mm/0.43” Dynamic Driver
- Power supply: 5 V 1 A
- Earpiece: 95 g per pc (13.9 g combined) / 0.015 lbs per pc (0.03 lbs combined)
- Charging case: 7 g/0.12 lbs
- Headset battery type: Lithium-ion polymer (3.7 V, 55 mAh)
- Charging case battery type: Lithium-ion polymer (3.7 V, 500 mAh)
- Charging time: 2 hrs from empty
- Wireless Charging time: 3 hrs from empty
- Music playtime with BT on and ANC on: up to 5.5 hrs
- Music playtime with BT on and ANC off: up to 7 hrs
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
- Impedance: 16 ohm
- Sensitivity: 102 dB [email protected]/1mW
- Maximum SPL: 91 dB
- Microphone sensitivity: -38 [email protected]/Pa
- Bluetooth version:0
- Bluetooth profile version: A2DP V1.3, AVRCP V1.6, HFP V1.7
- Bluetooth transmitter frequency range: 2400 – 2483.5 MHz
- Bluetooth transmitter power: <13 dBm (EIRP)
- Bluetooth transmitter modulation: GFSK, π/4 DQPSK, 8DPSK
- Maximum operation temperature: 45°C
IC RF Exposure Information and Statement
The SAR limit of Canada (C) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. Device types: (IC: 6132A-LIVEPROTWSP) has also been tested against this SAR limit According to this standard, the highest SAR value reported during product certification for head use is 0.7975 W / kg. The device was tested for typical bodily operations where the product was kept 0 mm from the head. To maintain compliance with IC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a separation distance of 0mm between the user’s head and the back of the headset. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories shall not contain metal parts in its assembly. Use of accessories that do not meet these requirements may not comply with IC RF exposure requirements and should be avoided.
The device was subjected to a typical head manipulation test. In order to comply with RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 0 cm must be maintained between the user’s ear and the product (including the antenna). Head exposure that do not meet these requirements may not meet RF exposure requirements and should be avoided. Use only the supplied or approved antenna.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Even if you leave the Bluetooth speaker connected all day, the battery will still suffer damage. Perhaps after the battery has reached its full capacity, charging the speaker further runs the risk of the battery overheating and even exploding.
Please make sure your wireless Bluetooth speaker is off before charging it or connecting it to a power source via a USB cable or AC adaptor.
The CHARGE indicator will not illuminate if the battery is completely charged. The speaker’s CHARGE indicator may not turn on while it is being charged, depending on the model. If the battery is charging when the speaker is off, the CHARGE indicator will come on.
You can operate your Bluetooth speaker while it is charging without harming the battery. To check the battery life before using the speaker for the first time, completely charge it while it is off.
The most important thing to remember is not to use water to clean your portable Bluetooth speaker. The internal parts of the wireless Bluetooth speaker can be damaged by liquids getting inside. A simple towel will do the trick to remove dirt and other debris.
The fastest charging speeds and a portable power pack are your best bets. Fast charging can make up for a reduced battery life. This feature, which not all speakers have but is still quite useful, can revive a dead battery for a long enough period of time in just a half-hour or less.
For Bluetooth speakers, a full charge takes about three hours. Usually, a Bluetooth speaker has to charge for 1-2 hours before use. On a full charge, the majority of speakers typically work for ten to twenty hours. Some smaller Bluetooth speakers only last a short time after being fully charged.
Use your laptop, a power bank, a mobile charger, your smartphone, or another mobile device to charge your phone. The time has come to change your battery. Utilize A Wireless Charging Station To Charge. Charge Using a Wireless Charger of Your Own.
A Bluetooth speaker that won’t charge can be fixed by installing software updates, replacing the battery, buying a new cable, fixing a broken solder joint, replacing the charging port, and replacing the charging circuit.
Use the USB AC adaptor that came with your iPhone® or iPad® mobile device to charge your wireless speaker. It will depend on the features of the AC adapter whether it takes ten hours or more to fully charge the discharged battery.
With more watts, the equipment becomes more powerful. Portable Bluetooth speakers have a range of 3 to 30 watts of power. The sound quality of speakers with lower wattages will be worse even though they are sometimes less expensive.
Most wireless speakers use AC adapters to connect to regular power outlets or power strips. Rechargeable batteries enable some devices to be “completely wireless,” however this feature needs regular maintenance tasks like repositioning and charging.
The Bluetooth speaker’s battery life varies based on the model and the company who made it. A speaker should typically operate for ten to twenty hours after a full charge.
The worst enemies of a speaker are dirt, sunlight, and static electricity. A buildup of static charge, which is frequently caused by rubbing two objects together, can damage a Bluetooth speaker.
Wipe the surface of the speakers with a gentle, moist cloth to remove any dust. Use a soft cloth and an ammonia-free window cleaner to remove dirt and other debris rather than spraying any liquid cleaners directly onto the speaker’s surface.
Set your Bluetooth speaker down on the floor. the room’s dimensions It is preferable to use two Bluetooth wireless speakers. Place the Bluetooth wireless speaker next to the Internet and the walls. Keep Your Bluetooth Wireless Speaker Working.