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Bone Conduction Music Player
Help Guide

First we will cover basic controls and wear instructions, then we will walk through adding music to your player step by step. Use the buttons below to jump directly to different sections.





Buttons

There are 3 on your player

Bone Conduction Player Controls

Power button

Press 1x to start & stop

Press 2x to toggle shuffle

Hold to turn SYRYN on/off

Minus sign

Press 1x to decrease volume

Press 2x for previous track

Hold to rewind

Plus sign

Press 1x to increase volume

Press 2x for next track

Hold to fast forward


LED Light & Sounds

Learn the Indicators

Playback Indicators

Ordered: 1 flash per second

Shuffled: 1 long flash & 3 short flashes

Paused: Solid light

Low Battery: Beeping sound

Charging Indicators

Charging: 1 flash per second

Charged: Solid light while plugged in


Wear Tips

  • Turn your player on first.
  • If wearing goggles place those on and then put on your bone conduction player.
  • Loop the headphones around your ears. It should rest on top of the ears where glasses rest. The bone conductione piece should sit right in front of your ear.
  • Press the PLAY button!

Care Tips

  • After each swim, rinse the Bone Conduction Player under some fresh water. This will help get any chlorine or salt off. Lightly pat dry with towel.
  • Only charge the player as needed. We do not recommend charging for more than 4 hours at a time.
  • Do not charge when wet. (This is the most common cause of battery-related issues.) Allow it to fully air-dry before charging.


Put Music On Your Player

We make first-time setup easy. Simply select MAC or PC below to get started.





PC: Step 1

Connect Your Bone Conduction Player

Plug your charging cable into a USB port on your computer and connect the magnetic strips together on the player.

PC: Step 2

Select Your Player

Locate your player in the File Explorer. Do this by clicking on “This PC” in the left bar of Windows File Explorer.

The player will be listed under USB devices. Your computer will probably only recognize the Bone Conduction Player as something generic like “USB”, “USB Drive”, "No Name", or "Unknown". In the office, our computers see it as USB Drive (E:).

PC: Step 3

Choose Your Tracks

In a separate window, open a music folder or iTunes playlist.

PC: Step 4

Drag & Drop Your Files

Highlight all of your files, then click and drag them onto your player.

It is important that you drag only your audio files directly into the player. Do not drag folders onto the player or else your files will not be recognized.

The Bone Conduction Player is compatible with AAC, MP3, and WMA files.

PC: Step 5

Eject Before You Disconnect

Right click on the player within the File Explorer (Remember, it may be a generic name like “USB Drive (E:)” ) and click Eject. Ejecting your player before unplugging will prevent any file corruption.

PC: Step 6

Disconnect & Test

After the computer prompts you that it is safe to remove your player, unplug the USB cord from the computer.

To test that your music transfer has been successful before going to the pool, press PLAY. If you hear music, congrats! You are ready to swim with your Bone Conduction Music Player.

Hold the PLAY button for 3 seconds to turn it off.



MAC: Step 1

Connect Your Bone Conduction Music Player

Plug your player into a USB port on your computer and connect the magnetic strips together on the player.

MAC: Step 2

Select Your Player

Open the Finder App and select your Player. The Bone Conduction Player will be listed under the “Devices” section in the left column, likely as “NO NAME”.

MAC: Step 3

Choose Your Tracks

Open a separate Folder of your music, or your desired iTunes playlist.

MAC: Step 4

Drag & Drop Your Files

Highlight all of your files, then click and drag them onto your Bone Conduction Music Player.

It is important that you drag only your audio files directly into the player. Do not drag folders onto the player or else your files will not be recognized.

The Bone Conduction Music Player is compatible with AAC, MP3, and WMA files.

MAC: Step 5

Eject Before You Disconnect

Click the “Eject” icon in the devices section within the Finder app (Remember, unless you’ve renamed it, your player will likely display as “NO NAME”). Ejecting your player before unplugging will prevent any file corruption.

MAC: Step 6

Disconnect & Test

Once the player is no longer shown in your devices section of your Finder, unplug the USB cord from the computer.

To test that your music transfer has been successful before going to the pool, press PLAY. If you hear music, congrats! You are ready to swim with your device.

Hold the PLAY button for 3 seconds to turn your player off.