How to Pair a Jabra SP700
The SP700 is a Bluetooth speaker that is manufactured by Jabra and designed for use in your car. It supports features such as noise reduction for better sound quality, and an FM transmitter to allow streaming of calls or music from your phone to your stereo speakers. It also supports the connection of up to seven phones, one at a time. Pairing your phone to the speaker is a relatively simple process that can make your life easier, and it ensures that you can legally drive and still use your phone.
Things You'll Need
- Jabra SP700
- Jabra charger
- Mobile phone
Pairing: The First Time
Plug the SP700 in to charge. Allow two hours for a full charge.
Unplug the device once it is fully charged. The battery status icon will change from red to green once it is done.
Turn on the speaker. To do this, press the answer call button for two seconds. The speaker will now announce that it is in pairing mode.
Enable the Bluetooth function on your mobile phone via your settings menu.
Instruct your phone to find the speaker. On most phones, this can be accomplished by manually selecting the "search for new devices" option. This term may vary based on your phone's make and model.
Select the "Jabra SP700" from the list of devices that pop up. Your phone may require a code to fully connect. If so, enter "0000." Your device will then pair and connect to the speaker automatically.
Pairing: New/Secondary Devices
Plug the speaker into the charger. Allow it to charge for two hours, or until fully charged.
Unplug the speaker from the charger.
Press the answer call button while the device is off. Hold it down until it announces that it is in pairing mode.
Enable the Bluetooth function on your mobile phone. This can be done via your settings menu.
Instruct your phone to search for new Bluetooth devices.
Select the "Jabra SP700" from the list of devices that pops up. It will automatically begin pairing. If a PIN is required, enter "0000" and hit accept. Your new device will now automatically connect to the speaker.
Tips & Warnings
- After the initial pairing, always ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your phone when attempting to connect.
- Ensure that when charging the SP700, you only use the supplied or fully supported chargers, or else you risk damaging the speaker.