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model: AF32


part of the series


Runaway AF32

Stereo Bluetooth

Wireless Headphones

Charging cable

(USB – 3.5mm)

Stereo audio cable

(3.5mm – 3.5mm)

Carrying pouch

User manual


Stereo Bluetooth

Wireless Headphones


A LED indicator light B Multifunction button ( / ) C Previous track button ( ) D Next track button ( ) E Volume down button ( ) + F Volume up button ( ) G Headphone / charging jack H Microphone CHARGING *** You must completely charge the headphone before the first use *** Connect the USB charging cable to any powered USB port and to the 3.5mm jack on the right earcup. Make sure it is plugged in fully. Charge time is typically 2-3 hours.

The red LED light will stay lit while the headphones are charging and will blink or turn off completely when the headphones are ready for use. A blinking red LED light indicates a trickle charge mode, whereby the battery is charged almost fully and the headphones are maintaining their current charge level.

Note: the Runaway cannot be turned on or used while charging.



Solid red light Battery charging Allow to charge for 2-3 hours Blinking red light Trickle charge Ready for use All lights off Battery full Ready for use When the battery is low, the headphones will say “Battery low” every 60 seconds and the red light will flash three times every three seconds.

Apple devices such as the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod® Touch will display a headphone battery indicator when the Runaway is connected.


To turn on, press and hold the Multifunction button for approximately 3 seconds. The headphones will say “Power on” and the blue LED light will flash.

To turn off, press and hold the Multifunction button for approximately 4 seconds. The headphones will say “Power off” and the red LED light will flash.


*** Your headphones must be paired to a Bluetooth device before it can be used. It is only necessary to pair your headphones once with each device. ***

1) Open the Bluetooth menu on the device you wish to pair (see Locating the Bluetooth Menu on page 5 for more details). Some devices require you to select “Search for Devices” or “Add New Device” in order to create a Bluetooth pairing.

2) With the headphones turned off, press and hold the Multifunction button for approximately 6 seconds until the headphones say “Pairing”. The red and blue LED lights will flash in an alternating pattern while the Runaway is in pairing mode. (Note: The Runaway will enter standby mode if not paired within 90 seconds.)

3) Wait until you see “Air-Fi Runaway” on your device screen.

4) Select “Air-Fi Runaway” on your device and follow any further prompts to pair. Use “0000” if a pin is required. Once pairing is complete and a connection is established, the blue LED light will flash several times.


iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

a) On your device, go to Settings

b) Select Bluetooth. If Bluetooth is not on, turn it on. The iPhone/iPad/iPod will automatically search for new devices Android™ Phones and Tablets

a) On your device, go to the Settings menu

b) Select Bluetooth (on older Android devices Bluetooth is found in the Wireless & Networks menu). If Bluetooth is not on, turn it on. Select “Search for Devices” if your phone or tablet does not automatically search for new devices Windows® Phone 8 Devices

a) On your device, open the Settings menu

b) Select Bluetooth. If Bluetooth is not on, turn it on. The Windows phone will automatically search for new devices Computers, Laptops, and Other Devices Visit www.meelec.com/bluetooth for pairing, connecting, and setup information.

If pairing fails after several tries, please refer to your device’s user manual for further information. Visit www.meelec.com/bluetooth for instructional pairing videos, troubleshooting, and additional Bluetooth connectivity information.


Once the Runaway is turned on, it will automatically connect with the last paired Bluetooth device that is on and within range. If the Runaway is not connected automatically, tap the multifunction button once to initiate connection with last paired device. If the headphones still do not connect, open the Bluetooth menu on your device and select “Air-Fi Runaway” from the Bluetooth device list.

On some computers, Bluetooth audio must be enabled manually every time you connect.

CONTROLS The Runaway can control media and phone calls from a smartphone or tablet.


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Note: Volume can be adjusted only while media is playing or during a phone call.

With most devices, volume adjustments will change the volume of the headphones independently of the connected device while playing media. Adjust device volume as needed to further increase or decrease the volume. During a phone call the headphones will directly control device volume.


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MULTIPOINT Multipoint allows two Bluetooth devices to be connected to the Runaway simultaneously, providing additional flexibility for your multimedia experience.

1. MULTIPOINT PAIRING To use two Bluetooth devices with the Runaway, first pair them by following the pairing procedure described in the Pairing with Bluetooth Devices section on Page 4 for each device and then turn off the headphone. Both devices will need to be paired before multipoint can be used.

When turned on again, the Runaway will automatically attempt to connect to the 2 most recently-paired devices, as long as they have Bluetooth enabled and are within range. If a device that has already been paired does not connect automatically, select “Air-Fi Runaway” from the Bluetooth menu of the device.

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Note: Incoming calls will always take precedence over other audio. If two phones are connected to the Runaway, an incoming call on either phone will trigger an alert and media playback will be paused if the call is answered. Once the call is terminated, the Runaway will reactivate the original device and resume playback (with most media applications).


The Runaway can be used as a wired headphone by plugging one end of the included stereo audio cable into the 3.5mm jack on the Runaway and the other end into any audio device with a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.

Plugging the audio cable into the headphone will disable Bluetooth functionality until the cable is unplugged.

Note: the built-in microphone of the Runaway will not work when the headphones are used in wired mode.


• When not in use, power the headphones off and store in a cool, dry place.

Battery performance will be severely decreased when stored in extreme temperatures: below -10°C/14°F or above 45°C/113°F including direct sunlight.

• Clean with a soft cloth, damp with diluted soap water solution if necessary.

Never use chemical cleaners.

• There are no user replaceable/reparable parts in the headphone.

Disassembling it will void your warranty.

• Do not expose the headphones to liquids. If the device comes in contact with liquids, quickly wipe away. If submersed in water, do not turn the device on until completely dried. Note: liquid submersion voids the warranty.

• Do not use around flammable gasses as fire or explosion may occur • Replacement parts and accessories are available online at www.meelec.com


Using headphones at high to moderate volumes for extended periods of time will result in permanent hearing damage. It is advised you keep volume levels moderate to low at all times for your safety. Do not use while driving a car, cycling, operating machinery, or performing other activities that require hearing surrounding sounds.

It is advised to turn the volume on your device all the way down before connecting your headphones, then gradually increase the volume until you reach a comfortable listening level.

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Visit www.meelec.com/bluetooth for additional Bluetooth information and troubleshooting.

WARRANTY The Runaway is covered by a 1 year manufacturer warranty.

For more information, visit www.meelec.com/warranty.

NOTES MEElectronics and its logo are registered trademarks of S2E, Inc. All rights reserved.

iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch®, Siri® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

Android™ is a registered trademark of Google Inc.

Windows® Phone is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.

The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

and any use of such marks by MEElectronics is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

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