SOAR NCAA Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones
- BRAND: SOA
- COLOR: Michigan State Spartans
- CONNECTIVITY TECHNOLOGY: Wireless
- MODEL NAME: NCAA Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones
- FORM FACTOR: On Ear
- BLUETOOTH: 5.0
- WIRELESS CONNECTION: 30 ft
- ITEM PACKAGE DIMENSIONS L X W X H: 18.78 x 8.66 x 1.89 inches
PACKAGE WEIGHT: 0.21 Kilograms
- MATERIAL: Plastic
- STYLE: Bluetooth On-Ear Headphones
- INCLUDED COMPONENTS: Headphones, Mini USB cord
- SIZE: One Size
- PLAY TIME: 5 hours
With these wireless on-ear headphones, you can flaunt your support for your team while listening to music or your preferred sports podcast. They stay connected no matter where your day takes you with to their 5 hours of play time per charge and a 30 foot wireless range. Simple to connect to any Bluetooth-capable device. For maximum comfort, the headband and ear pads are padded. includes the team’s official colors and logo.
HOW TO CONNECT
- To activate the earbud, long press the multipurpose button on the chosen side of the device for 5 seconds (red & blue indicator flash alternately)
- Activate Bluetooth on your smartphone, look for “QDSLTMC12B,” and pair the device (blue indicator flash as pairing success).
HOW TO PAIR WITH PHONE
Pull down the phone’s top shade on an Android device, then long-press the Bluetooth icon. It will immediately take you to the Bluetooth menu, where you may enable it and then start looking for devices. To link a pair of headphones, tap their name.
Frequently Asked Questions
Go to Settings > System > Advanced> Reset Options > Reset Wi-fi, mobile, & Bluetooth on Android devices. For iOS and iPadOS devices, you’ll need to unpair every device first, then restart your phone or tablet by going to Settings > Bluetooth, selecting the info icon, then selecting Forget This Device for each device.
Depending on the audio settings on your headset, it might only play in one ear. So make sure the mono option is off in your audio properties by checking your audio properties. Make sure the voice levels on both earbuds are balanced as well.
Ensure that your iOS or iPadOS device and Bluetooth accessories are in close proximity to one another. Restart your Bluetooth device after turning it off. Make sure your Bluetooth accessory is turned on, fully charged, and plugged in. Check to check if your attachment needs new batteries if it does.
If your Bluetooth devices aren’t connecting, they probably aren’t in pairing mode or are out of range. Try rebooting your devices or letting your phone or tablet “forget” the connection if you’re experiencing persistent Bluetooth connection issues.
Therefore, a Bluetooth device that you haven’t yet associated with is unable to view your phone. Open the primary Bluetooth settings to make it visible to other devices. As long as you are on that screen, Android phones continue to be discoverable. When Bluetooth is enabled on an iPhone, your phone will be discoverable.
On your device, look for the Settings app, then choose it. Select Bluetooth or the Bluetooth icon by scrolling down and clicking. Switch Bluetooth on.
If the headphones’ power won’t turn on, the battery might not be installed properly or could need to be changed. To fix this problem, make sure you look through the following things. Important: Consult the product’s instructions if you require model-specific details to accomplish any of the tasks.
Reset your earphones (red lights should flicker), then place them back in the case. Wait a few seconds, then remove the right earbud and wait for it to fully come on. Then remove the left earbud and wait for the same thing to happen.
Try twisting and taping the cord to restore sound if a single earbud periodically loses sound. If twisting the wire doesn’t work, you might have to open the earbud and, if you can, solder the connection. You might occasionally need to purchase new earbuds.
Verify that aeroplane mode is not engaged: Select Settings > Network & Internet > Airplane mode after choosing Start. Ensure that Airplane mode is off. Change the Bluetooth’s status: Select Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices from the Start menu. Turn Bluetooth off, wait a short while, then restart it.