Manuals for Bang and Olufsen Headphones
Below you can find all models Bang and Olufsen Headphones for which we have manuals available. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your model not on the list? Please contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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When is my music too loud? Verified
Sounds over 80 decibel (dB) can start to damage hearing. Sounds over 120 dB immediately damage hearing. The severity of the damage depens on how often and how long the sound is present.
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When I connect a headphone to my device it doesn't work properly, what can I do? Verified
It is possible that dirt has amassed in the opening where the headphone is connected, preventing it from making proper contact. The best way to clean this is with compressed air. When in doubt, have this done by a professional.
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What is Noise Cancelling? Verified
Noise Canceling is a technique that is mainly used in headphones. Active noise control is used to lower or eliminate the influence of ambient noise.
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Does bluetooth work through walls and ceilings? Verified
A bluetooth signal will work through walls and ceiling, unless these are made from metal. Depending on the thickness and the material of the wall the signal can lose in strength.
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Can I wrap the cord around the device after use? Verified
It's better not to do this, because it can damage the cord. The best thing to do is wrap the cord the way it was when the product was packaged.
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Up to what noise level is it safe for children? Verified
Children get their hearing damaged quicker than adults. Therefore it is important to never expose children to noise louder than 85dB. In the case of headphones there are special models for children. In case of speakers or other situations you have to be watchful the noise does not exceed that level.
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