Question about Sony CMT-BX5BT Shelf System
I can link my SONY speakers to my HP Pavilion laptop (tx2510us - Vista 64, and shortly after linking, HP tells me the speakers are connected, but then SONY isn't pulling in the music from my laptop. I know they're linked because pressing pause on the SONY system pauses the music on the laptop, but the speakers are playing the audio.
After linking I get confirmation from Windows that the device drivers are ready to use (Bluetooth AV and Bluetooth Remote Control).
I think I've done everything I've supposed to do, yet no success. What's missing? Thanks.
I had the same problem. Here's the fix:
Control panel- Hardware & Sounds- Manage Audio Devices (under Sound)- Select Bluetooth Stereo Audio as default (right click- default) and Enjoy!
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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