Quick Start Guide for QuietOn Sleep Snore Cancelling Earbuds
Welcome to ZQuiet Nights!
With QuietOn Sleep you are about to experience a quiet and restful sleep and wake up refreshed. Your new snore cancelling earbuds may be slightly different than other headphones you’ve used so we created this quick start guide to make sure you get the most from your purchase and have the best user experience possible.
Important tips for getting started
- Make sure the earbuds are fully charged before use. The blue lights come on when you plug the charging case into a power source and goes off when fully charged. The earbuds automatically power up when you take them out of the charging case.
- Make sure to use the correct size of eartips. Refer to the instructions. Insert the earbuds at the correct angle to make sure the eartip is airtight in your ears. If the eartips are too big or too small for your ear canals to create an airtight seal, it can’t properly cancel the noise. Swap eartip sizes until you obtain an airtight fit. If the smallest size is still too big, simply compress the foam tip to make it more compact before inserting.
- Always store your earbuds in the provided charging case. This powers the earbuds off and ensures that your QuietOn Sleep are always fully charged and ready for the next use. The earbuds are also very small and easy to misplace so the charging case is the safest place that you can store them to prevent them from accidental loss.
- Active noise cancellation doesn’t seem to be working. Make sure the earbuds are not in “Hearing” mode. There is a black mode switching button on the surface of each earbud between the gold charging contacts. This small mechanical button needs to be pressed on both of the earbuds (note it may feel a little stiff initially or hard to press because it is so small). The difference between “Hearing” and “Silent” modes should be clearly audible.
- Still hearing noise? The active noise technology that QuietOn Sleep uses is remarkably effective, but it won’t eliminate all sound completely. Some audible noise may still detectable.