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You go to your IPad Settings, make sure Bluetooth is on.
then turn on your headphones. You should see the headphones appear in Bluetooth list. ( see my example , I have a wireless keyboard that I have turned off but is paired).
Your headphones may have a button you need to push but not likely.
Could be the laptop needs a driver installing for it to work.
Conventional bluetooth and wireless needs a 2-way signal so the item you want to connect will appear in the laptop wireless and bluetooth menus and you can click on it and enter a password or pin number.
If the headphones don't appear in the menus you won;t be able to connect them. In that case you should refer to the headphone instruction manual.
Excuse me brother, but if you have the owner's manual and the TV set in front of you, actually you are in a better position to find audio output. I don't have YOUR manual. Anyway, you can download one from the link I'll provide you, maybe it is more explicit then the one you have
Look at REAR panel and search for word "AUDIO OUT". If the plugs of your headphon won't fit AUDIO OUT connections take it a photo and go to a computer parts shop with your headphones ans purchase the appropiate converter http://www.hitachiserviceusa.com:8080/55HDX99.pdf
Contact the store that sold you the headphones and demand the charger. Of course unless the headphones runs on regular batteries and not rechargables.
Secondly, this is a thread for laptops, not headphones ;-)
There's little info available on these radios. The manufacturer has a specialty making wireless headphones and other automotive electronics. The company's logo however is identical to those displayed on the radio, so they should be able to get you what you need - or at least direct to where you can get it.
Contact UnWired Support by your choice of mail, email or telephone at this link.
I hope this helps - and good luck! Please rate my reply - thanks!
Try connecting them to an MP3 player or connect wired headphones to the same source to make sure the sound source is working correctly. If that works, verify the voltage on the batteries is 2.4 volts after charging. Mine stopped charging fully and the headphones wouldn't work at all, but when I connected a couple of AAA batteries to it in series, it worked great.
The 25-character product-key is found either on the packaging, if you purchased the software at a retail store, or it is found in your E-mail, if you made an online purchase, or it is found on a credit-card-sized piece of plastic, if you just purchased a license-key (without the packaging and the CD-ROM) at a retail store.