Question about Sony SRS-BTM30 Computer Speakers
I have all connections working, bluetooth device is happy/sees laptop and keeps connection. I think I just need to tell the laptop to stop using the internal speakers and start sending the sound to the external bluetooth speakers...can't seems to figure out this last part....
This has also been sending me around the bend. I resolved it by disabling the speakers on my laptop. To do this go into control panel, then hardware and sound, then change system sound. Select your speakers and disable them. This allowed me to play music through the speakers. You can also re-enable the laptop speakers after this.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
I was working on this for 2 days on my Sony Vaio with Windows Vista. Not even Sony chat support could help. They kept having me reinstall drivers. Finally got it to work!
1) go to bluetooth devices and right-click the SRS-BTM30 speaker icon,
2)Select "Control" (this will open a new window)
3)Select "SCMS-T Settings"
4)Un-check the box next to "Connect to a device only if it supports SCMS-T content protection"
6)Click the "Connect" button
Voila! It works! So much easier than I thought! No other help for this anywhere else online. i hope this helps someone else.
Enjoy the amazing SRS-BTM30 speakers. They sound amazing for a bluetooth speaker.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Fixed this problem finally. It's quite a process getting them connected! Make sure you've paired the speakers and that went fine. Turn the speakers on. Click the bluetooth icon in the Task Manager. Click on the "Bluetooth Settings" tab from the menu. A dialogue box called Bluetooth Radio Properties opens. Click the Audio tab. If you've paired your speakers right you should see them in the list. Highlight them and click the "Connect" button. The speakers should then connect. Make sure they are set as the default device (use the Volume Mixer from the Task manager to do this) and you should be right as rain.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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