I have a BC350A uniden bearcat scanner and it won't stop scanning. If you put it on one channel it will pick up traffic, but if you hit private/scan it won't pick anything up. All the numbers are current
L16 Disc coil needs adjustment, Audio is slightly off, and improper noise to DC squelch level detect used to stop scan on active channel. Set to an on freq signal like a NOAA weather channel, and useing a non-metallic tool, adjust to best sounding audio, probably less than a half turn either direction. An on freq signal moduated by 1000hertz, connect scope to speaker and adjust for highest undistorted recovered audio would be better if you could.
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Re: won't stop scanning
This sounds like a sensitivity problem or possibly a malfunctioning squelch circuit, neither of which can be rectified without technical assistance. If you live near NJ, call 973-831-5900 for a tech familiar with Bearcat scanners.
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If you have Samsung wireless and need to pair them, then select sound, addition setting arrow down to Bluetooth ( may not be visible until you arrow down). Follow those instructions.
below this you will find how I set up old headphones.
I have a Samsung SU 4K, I also have an old wireless head phones. I did not want to buy expensive Bluetooth.
how did I make these work. First I purchased a digital optical convertor for $20. Since my headphones are 2 channel, I connected the base (red/white) to the convertor. Then I had to access Samsung menu audio. The Samsung TV has the manual built into TV terrible. Since I did not want the TV speakers off I had to find how to enable the output to headphones base. Select sound from menu , then additional settings , set audio format to PCM, also HDMI to PCM.
Its not the phone you have a dead short in one of your phone jacks. Call you phone provider and have them run the short down. If you have VOIP or service from a cable modem plug the base straight into the Tel1 plug in the back of the modem.
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Turn on Bluetooth headset and Blackberry hand-held.2
Enable the Bluetooth radio by going to the options window and clicking on Bluetooth. Click on Enable Bluetooth in that window.3)Add your Bluetooth headset to your Blackberry by clicking on Add Device in the Bluetooth window.4)Find and select the name of your Bluetooth headset from the list that appears. The Blackberry will search for all Bluetooth devices within range, so other devices might show up on the list.5)Click Activate Bluetooth device if you receive a call and the Bluetooth headset does not pick up automatically
Hi, the iPhone 3G definitely does work with bluetooth. In fact, I'm talking on a bluetooth headset with my iPhone 3G right now.
You have to put both your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetand the iPhone in "pairing mode".
On your iPhone, click the Menu button, tap the Settings icon, tap the General icon, and then tap the Bluetooth icon. Make sure that 'Bluetooth' is set to "ON" and not "OFF". As long as you have this screen up, your iPhone is in pairing mode.
Turn your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset off and wait a few seconds. On your Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset, press and hold and Answer/End button for Five Seconds, until a solid blue light comes on, which places the device in Bluetooth discoverable mode.
Now that both devices are 'discoverable', the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on that Bluetooth screen on your iPhone. Be patient as it might take a minute to appear. Tap on the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headsetin the list on your iPhone, and then it will ask you for a passkey. The passkey is "0000" (without the quotes). After you enter the passkey, the Southern Telecom Emerson Bluetooth Headset will show up on the list with the word "Paired" next to it.
Now you're paired! Incoming calls will automatically be passed to your headset as long as your iPhone can find it nearby.