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With wireless headphones, a beeping signal most often means one of two things, a low battery or a bad signal. Please try the steps below to hopefully solve the beeping problem:
1. Turn off the headphones for a few seconds, then turn them back on while holding the button below the volume dial (look for signal button) for 5-10 seconds
2. If the above does not solve the beeping, then I would try to replace the batteries with either another set of NiMH rechargeable batteries or any other standard AA.
Hope this helps.
Turning the transmitter on and off (Fig. 5)
Turn on the sound source. This automatically activates the
transmitter and the green LED “ON/OFF” lights up. If the sound
source is turned off, the transmitter is automatically deactivated
after approx. 3 minutes (the LED “ON/OFF” goes off).
Note: The automatic level control only functions if the volume of the
sound source is sufficient.