Orders generally ship within 48 hours, excluding weekend and holidays. Your order will remain in “pending” status until the order has shipped. Once your order has shipped, you will receive a confirmation email with a tracking number. If you do not receive your tracking number, please contact our awesome support team here: jaybirdsport.com/support.
BlueBuds X supports pairing of 8 devices supporting Handsfree & AVRCP profiles (such as iPad & iPhone), with ability to manually toggle connection between the devices from the Bluetooth device list of your Phone/Music device. Some customers maybe use to automatic switching between multiple devices and wonder why Jaybird pairs with up to 8 devices but does not manage the switching automatically. Jaybird engineered a custom Bluetooth platform in order to 1) achieve industry leading performance in signal performance for skip-free music when active or outdoors, and 2) to achieve the remarkable 8 hour battery play time from the smallest Bluetooth earbuds available. This platform has one limitation, which is the absence of automatic switching between multi-paired devices. This decision to trade automatic switching between devices for signal and battery performance has been a home run for Jaybird and it's active customers. Our customer experience team report rave reviews and feedback regarding skip-free music and battery life while there is rarely a negative comment about the absence of automatic switching between devices. Knowing our customer and their needs is priority one at Jaybird. We continue to monitor the feedback from customers and during the life of BlueBuds X from 2012-2015 the customer vote is unanimously in favor of the current performance and feature set.
To reset the BlueBuds X and X2, you will get the headset into pairing mode (green and red alternating lights). Once in pairing mode press and hold both volume buttons for 3 seconds. The BlueBuds X or X2 light will indicate the headset is reset by flashing yellow three times. Your headphones are now reset.
If the headset is already turned on in Standby mode, or connected to an audio device, you can get the headset into pairing mode by pressing and holding both volume buttons until you see the light on the headset begin to flash red and green, indicating pairing mode. Follow the steps above at this point to reset your BlueBuds X or X2 headset.
Analyze the primary power and charging source. We find computers to be a great, safe method. Anything that is less than 1 AMP is safe and recommended. Over charging your battery will quickly reduce the life of the headset, so along with monitoring the power supply, try to keep your charge time limited to 2.5 hours. To get the most out of your battery it is recommended to charge the buds when the low battery status is indicated.
There are a number of voice commands available through the headset. If you hold down the middle button once powered on for about 2 seconds, a voice prompt will come through the headset.
You can pair your Jaybird buds with a smartwatch if your smartwatch supports at least Bluetooth 2.1. Refer to the user guide for your smartwatch for instructions on how to pair a Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth signal strength can vary between smartwatch manufacturers. If you have trouble connecting to your smartwatch or experience that Bluetooth connectivity isn’t ideal, try the following:
Make sure your smartwatch is updated with the latest version of the Operating System (OS).
Wear your smartwatch on the same side as your headphone controller.
Freedom Sprints contain a 8mm driver. Both BlueBuds X and X2 contain 6mm drivers. Sound from the BlueBuds X and X2 headsets is more high end due to improvements with our premium sound profiles.
Yes, it assures user-friendly performance. Software must be up-to-date to allow for streamless Bluetooth connectivity with your device.
Yes! Any iPod with Bluetooth built-in will not need an adapter to get audio to the Jaybird headset. You will simply pair your headset to the iPod using the pairing instructions that come with both the iPod and the headset.
Any iPod without Bluetooth can stream music via the Jaybird Bluetooth Adapter for iPod (BAIP), which plugs into the 30-pin connector on the iPod, to the Jaybird Bluetooth Stereo Headset. The 30-pin connector is the connection you use to charge and sync your iPod located at the base of the iPod. Simply follow the pairing instructions included with the headset and the adapter and you'll be good to go!
On jaybirdsport.com under the product page or under the support tab. You can also find all of the tutorials on our YouTube channel: @jaybirdsport!
They sure will. Jaybird Bluetooth headphones work well with Skype on a Bluetooth enabled PC or Mac. Your PC or Mac must have Bluetooth to connect. Use your Jaybird headphones to listen to music on your computer as well! When using a Mac, just click the Bluetooth icon in the top right of the screen to setup the device and switch between headset and headphone mode.
You may need to charge the headphones and/or music device, as this usually happens when the battery is low.
If you are still experiencing these issues with your headphones after you have made sure they are charged, please contact our support team through Live Chat, phone call or email. We’re here to help!
While the range of Bluetooth is 10 meters (33 feet), the optimal range for any Bluetooth stereo device is 2 feet from your music device, particularly outdoors when the signal cannot bounce off walls and ceilings. This rule applies to any brand of Bluetooth stereo device. For the Jaybird brand headset, the headset antenna is located in the right-side earpiece so make sure your device is above your elbow and on your right side for optimal connectivity while outdoors! This will help avoid signal dropouts.
Jaybird recommends the use of armbands for your music device to keep the device and Bluetooth connectivity within optimal range during workouts.
Yes. The primary design for the headset is stereo music, but they also include the ability to use the headphones for calls! The mic is located above the middle button on your control pad.
Yes. Users have reported the following: The Garmin Zumo 550 does NOT transmit in stereo via Bluetooth. You need to add the MP3 adapter in order to get stereo (MP3's or XM) from the Garmin. To use the phone through the Garmin, you need to pair the phone with the Garmin then pair the Jaybird with the Garmin as well as with the MP3 adapter. This will allow you to use the Jaybird headphones (in stereo) to listen to MP3's or XM while also using it (in mono) to deal with the phone.
Yes. You can use your Jaybird headphones for voice chat through your gaming console as long as it has the option for Bluetooth connectivity. Regarding chat within games, you will need to check each game for availability of that functionality in the game software. The actual game audio and music is played through the TV or stereo receiver only. You will then need a Bluetooth adapter for your device.
No. The small cord connects the battery (left side) to the Bluetooth electronics (right side). It also provides additional security to the fit.
Many airlines offer Wi-Fi during your flight. Most airlines will allow Bluetooth headsets to be used during your flight, with the exception of disconnecting during take-off and landing.
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