Question about Logitech FreePulse Wireless Consumer Headphones
Visit the Logitech support website and find the instructions to reset and pair them. Since yours is for an Ipod I'm assuming you have the older white/grey model and not the freepulse headphones. The procedure is not the same. From memory the procedure it to reset both (look for the small hole to insert a paperclip). Once both are reset begin with the transmitter. Hold the power button down for about 30 seconds until the light flashes red and blue. When it does do the same for the button of the headphone until it flashes red and blue. When both are flashing red and blue they should pair together and the lights should turn solid blue..
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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