Product care – Freestyle Audio Soundwave User Manual

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Safety First

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Please read the warnings below carefully before using the product.
The company is not responsible for damage, data loss, or accidents occurring from not
fully following the warnings below.

1. Do not use the product for purposes
other than described in this manual.
2. Headset jack must be fully inserted
before unit is submerged in water.
3. Do not use the device or store it in
places with high temperature, humidity,
fast temperature change, or strong
magnetic fields.
4 Rinse player and earbuds with fresh
water after use in salt water or chlorine.
5. Do not disassemble your unit.
Disassembly will void your warranty.
6. Continuous use of earbuds for many
hours at high volumes may cause
permanent hearing loss.
8. Plug or unplug the earbuds and cable
by holding the plugs. Pulling out the
earbuds or USB cable by the cable can
cause damage to the unit.
9. When you plug the USB jack into the
computer or device, check that you are
plugging in the correct ends to avoid
damage to the computer or device.

10. Do not leave the USB jack plugged

into the computer.

11. Do not stress the connector part of the
USB jack while it is connected to the
12. Maintain and keep the USB connection
of the device free of dirt.
13. When the device becomes dusty or dirty,
please wipe off with a soft cloth or clean
towel. Do not use chemicals or solvents.
14. Unit can be submerged in and out of
water while participating in active sports
up to 10 feet.
15. Your player is designed to float. The included
Freestyle Audio Floater should be attached to
your headphones to ensure when the
headphones are attached to the player both
will float. Failure to attach the floater to the
headset may limit buoyancy.

Avoid listening at high volumes where outside sounds may
become inaudible. Exercise caution using unit while engaged
in activities (walking, jogging, cycling, surfing, snowboarding,
wakeboarding, swimming etc.) which may bring you in contact
with vehicular or pedestrian traffic. Avoid listening in situations
where hearing must not be impaired, for example while driving
or cycling, etc. Never use unit while operating a motorized
vehicle. It may create a traffic hazard and is illegal in many areas.
Do not listen at volumes high enough to injure ear. Some
studies have concluded that prolonged and extensive
exposure to noise in excess of 95dB may impair hearing.