XO Wave Beach 3D Bluetooth & Corded Stereo SPAS Class Headphones

  • First SPAS-Class headphones (Signal Processing Assisted Sound, the next generation in high-end headphones): All current headphones, even $1,000+ products, have the same shortcoming, being right against our ears: they are incapable of rendering sound spatial depth, the essential property that makes music feel natural to our brain. They sound “flat”. Not any more.
  • Enter Wave Beach 3D, (ultra high performance audio technology)+ its Boom companion app (most advanced Digital Signal Processing software) . Together, they deliver a purely incredible and natural, vivid spatial 3D sound to your music experience, much like a 3D movie compared to a regular movie! Get ready for an alluring sensation of musical depth perception like you have never heard before except in natural sound. The experience is larger than life, and your adrenalin will kick in instantaneously
  • XO has designed this masterpiece of timeless design with high precision metal alloy and noble materials. The arch is covered with premium leatherette. Ear cups are rotatable and sliding lateral bars adjust to your head size. Beach 3D provides a high efficiency passive noise cancellation. only 6.56 ounces, it is remarkably light for such high performance.

Product Description

XO Wave Beach 3D Bluetooth & Corded Stereo SPAS Class Headphones : Product Description

So how are Bluetooth and Wi-Fi different?

The first is the familiar Wi-Fi, which is good at connecting multiple devices simultaneously. It has been created as a hub that connects to the Internet. The communication speed is breakneck, and it is good at mass data communication. However, because of its considerable power consumption, it is used for stationary devices such as routers that can supply power from outlets.

Bluetooth, on the other hand, is a technology designed for one-to-one communication. Both communication speed and communication distance are weaker than Wi-Fi, but they consume less power and can be used for long-term devices such as keyboards and mice. Since these devices have a small amount of data to be communicated at one time, data delay is unlikely to occur.

Connect headphones directly to your Bluetooth device.

Turn on the headphones and press and hold the Power / Bluetooth button until the Bluetooth light flashes blue. You will hear a prompt saying, “Another device is ready to connect” (if voice guidance is enabled). If the headphones are turned on for the first time, the headphones are already in this state.

The power button on the headphones
Turn on Bluetooth on the connected device (smartphone, tablet, etc.)

In your device’s Bluetooth settings menu, select your headphones. If your headphones do not appear in the list, you will need to tap “Search,” “Scan,” “Pair new device,” etc. in the Bluetooth menu of the device There maybe.

When connected, you will hear an audio prompt saying, “Connected to <device name>.”

Pair with Windows 8.1 / Windows 7 PC

  • Step 1 Select [Hardware and Sound] from [Control Panel] on your computer, and select [Devices and Printers].
  • Step 2 Select [Add Device] at the upper left to display the list screen of the device to be added.

* If the [Bluetooth] function is [Off], set it to [On].

  • Step 3 Set the headphones to the device registration mode (pairing mode).

Hold down the “power” button or “PAIRING” button on the headphones until the lamp on the central unit blinks (about 7 seconds).
There are the following two patterns for the lamp blinking.

The blue lamp blinks twice each time
Blue and red lights flash alternately
Refer to the instruction manual as it varies depending on the model.

  • Step 4 Select [〇〇 (headphone model name)] displayed on the [Add a Device] screen.

* If you are asked for a passkey, enter “0000 (Zero Zero Zero Zero)”.
A passkey is sometimes called a passcode, PIN code, PIN, password, etc.

  • Step 5 Check that the registered headphone model name is displayed on the [Devices and Printers] screen.

This completes the pairing process with the headphones.