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Tdk bt100 headset is not connection to sony sr16 laptop, the laptop finds it and all settings are fine butthe headset doesn't connect. The instructions say not to use a pass key with laptops. The same happend when pairing to iphone but instuctions say to us '0000' pass key for phones and an error 'pass key is wrong'?

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  • adams29 Sep 17, 2008

    I also tried '000' pass keyy with no luck?

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Rang TDK up and they said it was either faulty or not compatable?

I then returned it back to the Shop and the technician tested a another bt100 on there system and found the same problem?

I have chose to except a refund.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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