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How to Use Heyday Wireless Headphones

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Introduction

The Heyday Wireless Headphones are really easy to use. In this guide we will present the layout of the control buttons and connectivity ports, the meanings of the indicator light and sound indicator patterns, how to charge the headphones' battery and how to connect them over Bluetooth to other devices.

Heyday Logo.

1 Using the Headphones

Get to Know the Buttons and Ports

Below is an overview of the layout of the control buttons and connectivity ports of the Heyday Wireless Headphones:

Connectors and buttons pointed out and numbered on Heyday headphones.
  1. Indicator Light
  2. Charging Port
  3. Auxiliary Port
  4. Volume Down Button
    • Press and release
      • Decrease volume
    • Press and hold
      • Jump to previous track
      • Mute while on a call
  5. Volume Up Button
    • Press and release
      • Increase volume
    • Press and hold
      • Jump to next track
  6. Power Button
    • Press and release
      • Play or pause music
      • Answer or hang up a call
    • Press and hold
      • Turn headphones on or off

Get to Know the Indicator Light Meanings

Knowing what the patterns of the indicator light mean can help you understand what the status of the headphones is at any time.

Flashing Red and White

Circular LED light flashing red and white.Headphones are in pairing mode, waiting to connect to a new device.

Flashing White Twice

Circular LED light flashing white twice.Headphones are connected to a device. Stops flashing after three cycles.

Flashing Red

Circular LED light flashing red.Battery is low on headphones and will need to be charged soon to continue using them.

Solid Red

Solid red circular LED light.Headphones' battery is charging.

Light Off

Circular LED light turned off.Headphones' battery charging is complete.

Get to Know the Indicator Sound Meanings

In addition to seeing the indicator light patterns you will also hear different sound patterns coming from the headphones to give you feedback when you operate them. The sound indicators are as follows:

  • Ascending / Descending Tones – Headphones are being turned on / off.
  • Quick Ascending / Descending Tone – Headphones have reached max / min sound volume.
  • Three Rapid Tones – Headphones are in pairing mode, waiting to connect to a new device.
  • Single Chime – Headphones are connected to a device.
  • Two Rapid Dings – Battery is low on headphones and will need to be charged soon to continue using them.

Learn How to Charge the Battery

The Heyday Wireless Headphones run on a battery which needs to be charged periodically. Charging it can take between 1.5 – 2.5 hours and is very simple to do:

  1. Connect one end of the charging cable into to the left earcup of the headphones.
    Charging cable connected to Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  2. Connect the other end of the cable into a computer or USB power adapter.
  3. Leave the headphones charging until the red indicator light turns off.

Learn How to Connect the Headphones over Bluetooth

  1. With the headphones turned off, press and hold the Power Button on the right earcup for seven seconds.
    Power button highlighted on Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  2. The headphones will go into pairing mode. The Indicator Light on the left earcup will flash rapidly red and white and you'll hear three rapid tones in the headphones.
    Indicator light pointed out on Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  3. Switch to your other device and connect it HEYDAY HEADPHONE 01 over Bluetooth.
  4. Once the connection is successful, the Indicator Light on the headphones will flash twice rapidly and you'll hear a chime in the headphones.
If you need in-depth instructions
We have another guide available with more detailed instructions on how to connect the headphones over Bluetooth:

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The Heyday Wireless Headphones are really easy to use. In this guide we will present the layout of the control buttons and connectivity ports, the meanings of the indicator light and sound indicator patterns, how to charge the headphones' battery and how to connect them over Bluetooth to other devices.

Heyday Logo.

Get to Know the Buttons and Ports

Below is an overview of the layout of the control buttons and connectivity ports of the Heyday Wireless Headphones:

Connectors and buttons pointed out and numbered on Heyday headphones.
  1. Indicator Light
  2. Charging Port
  3. Auxiliary Port
  4. Volume Down Button
    • Press and release
      • Decrease volume
    • Press and hold
      • Jump to previous track
      • Mute while on a call
  5. Volume Up Button
    • Press and release
      • Increase volume
    • Press and hold
      • Jump to next track
  6. Power Button
    • Press and release
      • Play or pause music
      • Answer or hang up a call
    • Press and hold
      • Turn headphones on or off

Get to Know the Indicator Light Meanings

Knowing what the patterns of the indicator light mean can help you understand what the status of the headphones is at any time.

Flashing Red and White

Circular LED light flashing red and white.Headphones are in pairing mode, waiting to connect to a new device.

Flashing White Twice

Circular LED light flashing white twice.Headphones are connected to a device. Stops flashing after three cycles.

Flashing Red

Circular LED light flashing red.Battery is low on headphones and will need to be charged soon to continue using them.

Solid Red

Solid red circular LED light.Headphones' battery is charging.

Light Off

Circular LED light turned off.Headphones' battery charging is complete.

Get to Know the Indicator Sound Meanings

In addition to seeing the indicator light patterns you will also hear different sound patterns coming from the headphones to give you feedback when you operate them. The sound indicators are as follows:

  • Ascending / Descending Tones – Headphones are being turned on / off.
  • Quick Ascending / Descending Tone – Headphones have reached max / min sound volume.
  • Three Rapid Tones – Headphones are in pairing mode, waiting to connect to a new device.
  • Single Chime – Headphones are connected to a device.
  • Two Rapid Dings – Battery is low on headphones and will need to be charged soon to continue using them.

Learn How to Charge the Battery

The Heyday Wireless Headphones run on a battery which needs to be charged periodically. Charging it can take between 1.5 – 2.5 hours and is very simple to do:

  1. Connect one end of the charging cable into to the left earcup of the headphones.
    Charging cable connected to Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  2. Connect the other end of the cable into a computer or USB power adapter.
  3. Leave the headphones charging until the red indicator light turns off.

Learn How to Connect the Headphones over Bluetooth

  1. With the headphones turned off, press and hold the Power Button on the right earcup for seven seconds.
    Power button highlighted on Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  2. The headphones will go into pairing mode. The Indicator Light on the left earcup will flash rapidly red and white and you'll hear three rapid tones in the headphones.
    Indicator light pointed out on Heyday Wireless Headphones.
  3. Switch to your other device and connect it HEYDAY HEADPHONE 01 over Bluetooth.
  4. Once the connection is successful, the Indicator Light on the headphones will flash twice rapidly and you'll hear a chime in the headphones.
If you need in-depth instructions
We have another guide available with more detailed instructions on how to connect the headphones over Bluetooth: