Pull the wireless headphones from the seat-back pocket.
In 1995, Honda rounded out its lineup of automobiles, which already included a compact car, a mid-sized car and an SUV, with the release of the Odyssey minivan. The 2005 Odyssey, part of the third generation of Odysseys, came in four trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L and Touring. The EX-L trim level had an optional DVD system and wireless headphone set, a feature that was standard in the Touring model. Setting up the headphones in the 2006 Odyssey is a fairly simple process.
Turning the Wireless Headphones On and Off
Pivot the earpieces outward, to the normal listening position, to turn the headphones on.
Read the "L" and "R" markings on the outer part of both earpieces. The side with the "L" mark goes on your left ear and the "R" goes on your right ear.
Place the headphones over your ears in the correct position.
Adjust the volume to the desired level by turning the wheel on the bottom of the right earpiece.
Remove the headphones and turn the earpieces inward to turn them off and insert them into the seat-back pocket.
Changing the Battery
Insert a coin in the slot on the left earpiece and twist it clockwise to release the battery cover.
Pull the cover outward and remove it from the headphones.
Pull the "AAA" battery from the headphones. Insert a new battery into the headphones.
Slide the battery cover onto the headphones and press it downward until it clicks into place.