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CobaltX MO9072 User Manual

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USER MANUAL

Caution: Before use, read carefully Health and Safety 

Guidance in the last section of the manual

 


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Virtual reality glasses

Specifications

Bluetooth version:

3.0+EDR

Charging current:

100mA

Charging voltage:

4.75V~5.75V

Working voltage:

3.0V-4.2V

Distortion:

≤0.1%

Bluetooth Frequency:  2.402 - 2.483GHz

Radiated Power:

≤4dBm

Support protocol:

HSP/HFP/A2DP/

AVRCP etc.

Sensitivity:

-80dBm

Distance:

10M

Bluetooth chip:

CW6631B

Battery capacity:

180mAh

Acrylic lens:

Ø

42.25*7.4mm*2pcs

 


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Operate

1.

Turn on/ Turn off

Turn on: long press On/Off button (

3

), blue

light 

will flash for

 3 seconds, then red and

blue

 

light 

will 

altern

ate

 flashing

Turn off: press On/Off button (

3

) for about 3

seconds to turn off.

2.

Bluetooth pairing

Bluetooth pairing mode: long press On/Off

button (

3

), blue light 

will flash

 3 seconds,

then

 

red and blue light alternating flashing

Open the Bluetooth setting on your mobile,

device. S

earch for 

VR VOYAGE

 and select

to connect.

If no 

device is

 connect

ed

 

to

 the Bluetooth

VR,

 

then it will

 turn off automatically.

3.

Low battery indicator (

4

): Voice prompt every 20

seconds if

 

power

 is low

.

4.

Calling

Answer call: short press On/Off button (

3

)

Reject call: long press On/Off button (

3

)

Hang up call: short press On/Off button (

3

)

 


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3

Dial back last call: double press On/Off

button (

3

)

5.

Music playing

Play/Pause (

3

): short press On/Off

 

button 

(3) to pause, press again to continue

 

playing.

Next song/volume up (

2

): short press V+ for

 

next music, long press V+ for volume up.

Previous song/volume down (

1

): short press

V-

for previous music, long press V- for

 

volume down. 

LED indicating light status

Turn on: blue light on, last

s

 3 seconds 

then

 

red and blue light alternat

e

 flashing

Turn off: light off

Bluetooth pairing: red and blue light

 

alternat

e

 flashing

Standby (connected mobile): blue light on

Standby (no connect with mobile): red and

 

blue light alternating flashing

Incoming call: blue light on

During call: blue light flash

es

 slowly

During music playing: blue light flash

es 

slowly

 

 


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Charging mode: red light on

Full charged: red light off

Low battery: voice prompt every 20 seconds

HEALTH & SAFETY Guidance

Please ensure that all users of the headset read the 

warnings below carefully before using the headset 

to reduce the risk of personal injury, discomfort or 
property damage.

Before Using the Headset

Read and follow all setup and operating

instructions provided with the headset.

The headset should be configured for each

individual user by using the configuration

software before starting a virtual reality

experience. Failure to follow this instruction

may increase the risk of discomfort.

We recommend seeing a doctor before

using the headset if you are pregnant, elderly,

have pre-existing binocular vision abnormalities or

psychiatric disorders or suffer from a heart condition

or other serious medical condition.

 


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Seizures

Some people (approx. 1 in 4.000) may have severe

 

dizziness, seizures, epileptic seizures or blackouts 

triggered by light flashes or patterns and this may 

occur while they are watching TV, playing video 

games or experiencing virtual reality, even if they 

have never had a seizure or blackout before or have 

no history of seizures or epilepsy. Such seizures 

are more common for children and young people 

under the age of 20. Anyone who has had a seizure, 

loss of awareness or other symptom linked to an 

epileptic condition should see a doctor before using 

the headset.

Children 

This product should not be used by under the age 

of 13. Adults should monitor children (age 13 and 

older) who are using or have used the headset for 

any of the symptoms described below and should 

limit the time children spend using the headset and 

ensure they take breaks during use. Prolonged use 

should be avoided as this could negatively impact 

hand-eye coordination, balance and multi-tasking 

ability. Adults should monitor children closely during 

and after use of the headset for any decrease in 

these abilities.

General Instructions & Precautions

You should always

 

follow these instructions and 

observe these precautions while using the headset 

to reduce the risk of injury or discomfort:

 


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Use only in a safe environment

The headset produces an

 

immersive virtual

reality experience that distracts you from 

and completely blocks your view of your

actual surroundings.

Always be aware

of your surroundings when using the 

headset and remain seated at all times

.

Take special care to ensure that you are

not near

 

other people, objects, stairs,

balconies, windows, furniture or other 

items that you can bump into or knock

down when using—or immediately after

using—the headset. Do not handle sharp

or otherwise dangerous objects while using

the headset. Never wear the headset in

situations that require attention, such as 

walking, bicycling, or driving.

Make sure the headset is level and

secured comfortably on your head and that 

you see a single, clear image.

Ease into the use of the headset to allow

your body to adjust; use for only a few

minutes at a time at first and only increase

the amount of time using the headset

gradually as you grow accustomed to

virtual reality. Looking around when first

entering virtual reality can help you adjust

to any small differences between your real-

world movements and the resulting virtual

reality experience.

A comfortable virtual reality experience

requires an unimpaired sense of motion 

and balance. Do not use the headset 

when you are tired, need sleep, are under 

 


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the influence of alcohol or drugs, are 

hung-over, have digestive problems, are 

under emotional stress or anxiety, or 

when suffering from cold, flu, headaches, 

migraines, or earaches as this can 

increase your susceptibility to adverse 

symptoms.

Do not use the headset while in a moving

 

vehicle such as a car, bus, or train as this 

can increase your susceptibility to adverse 

symptoms.

Take at least a 10 to 15 minute break

 

every

 

30

 

minutes,

 

even

 

if

 

you

 

don’t

 

think

 

you 

need it. Each person is different, so 

take

 

more

 

frequent

 

and

 

longer

 

breaks

 

if

 

you feel 

discomfort. You should decide 

what

 

works

 

best.

The headset may be equipped with a

“pass through” feature which permits you

 

to 

temporarily see your surroundings

for brief real world interaction. You

 

should 

always remove the headset for

 

any 

situation that requires attention or

 

coordination. Do not use this feature for

 

more than a few minutes at a time.

Listening to sound at high volumes can

 

cause irreparable damage to your hearing.

 

Background noise, as well as continued

 

exposure to high volume levels can make

 

sounds seem quieter than they actually 

 


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are. Due to the immersive nature of the 

virtual reality experience, do not use the 

headset with the sound at a high volume 

so that you can maintain awareness of 

your surroundings and reduce the risk of 

hearing damage.

Discomfort

Immediately discontinue use if anyone

 

using the headset experiences any of

 

the 

following symptoms: seizures; loss

 

of 

awareness; eye strain; eye or muscle

 

twitching; involuntary movements;

 

altered, 

blurred, or double vision or

other visual abnormalities; dizziness;

 

disorientation; impaired balance; impaired

 

hand-eye coordination; excessive

 

sweating; 

increased salivation; nausea;

 

light

 

headedness; discomfort or pain in the

 

head 

or eyes; drowsiness; fatigue or any

 

symptoms similar to motion sickness.

Just as with the symptoms people can

 

experience after they disembark a cruise

 

ship, symptoms of virtual reality exposure

 

can persist and become more apparent

 

hours after use. These post-use symptoms

 

can include the symptoms above, as well

 

 


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as excessive drowsiness and decreased 

ability to multi-task. These symptoms may 

put you at an increased risk of injury 

when engaging in normal activities in the 

real 

world.

Do not drive, operate machinery, or

 

engage in other visually or physically

 

demanding activities that have potentially

 

serious consequences (i.e. activities

in which experiencing any symptoms

 

could 

lead to death, personal injury, or

 

damage 

to property) or other activities that

 

require 

unimpaired balance and hand-eye

 

coordination (such as playing sports or

 

riding a bicycle, etc.) until you have fully

 

recovered from any symptoms.

Do not use the headset until all symptoms

 

have completely subsided for several

 

hours.

Make sure you have properly configured

 

the headset before resuming use.

Be mindful of the type of content that

 

you 

were using prior to the onset of any

 

symptoms because you may be more

 

prone to symptoms based upon the

 

content being used.

See a doctor if you have serious and/or

 

persistent symptoms.

 

 


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Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI)

Playing video from 3D glasses can make

 

your 

muscles,

 

joints

 

or

 

skin

 

hurt.

 

If

 

any

 

part

 

of

 

your

 

body 

becomes

 

tired

 

or

 

sore

 

while

 

playing

 

or

 

if

 

you

 

feel 

symptoms

 

such

 

as

 

tingling,

 

numbness,

 

burning

 

or 

stiffness, stop and rest for several hours before 

playing

 

again.

 

If

 

you

 

continue

 

to

 

have

 

any

 

of

 

the 

above

 

symptoms

 

or

 

other

 

discomfort

 

during

 

or

 

after play,

 

stop

 

playing

 

and

 

see

 

a

 

doctor.

 

Radio Frequency Interference

The headset can emit radio

 

waves that can affect 

the

 

operation

 

of

 

nearby

 

electronics,

 

including 

cardiac

 

pacemakers.

 

If

 

you

 

have

 

a

 

pacemaker or 

other implanted medical device, do not use the 

headset

 

without

 

first

 

consulting

 

your

 

doctor

 

or

 

the 

manufacturer of your medical device.

Electrical Shock

To reduce risk of electric shock:

Do not modify or disassemble any of the

components provided.

Do not use the product if any cable is

damaged or any wires are exposed.

Sunlight Damage

Do not leave the headset in direct sunlight. 

Exposure to direct sunlight can damage the 

headset.