You go to settings, accessory settings, register a bluetooth device. Scan for the headset and it should find it in a few secs. Usually the bonding code is 0000. Go back and go to audio settings and set the headset to input and output source. Then you should be ready to go. Depending on which earpiece you have, you might have to repeat this process evertime you power down the syste. hope this helps
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<p>Update your PS3. If you do not have the latest system update, you may not be able to sync your devices correctly. To update your PS3, go to the "System Settings" menu and select the "System Update" icon. After you have finished updating, restart your PS3.Put your Bluetooth device in discovery mode. Generally, you activate this by holding the Bluetooth activation button--but because headsets vary, you may need to consult your manual for precise instructions.Go to the "Settings" tab on the PS3's cross-media bar and select the "Accessory Settings" menu. From the new menu, select "Scan for Bluetooth Device." The PlayStation 3 should detect it automatically.Return to the "Settings" menu and select "Audio Settings." Go to "Input/Output Settings" and select your headset as the device. Your Bluetooth headset should now be completely synced with your PS3 and ready for online chatting.<br /></li><span><br /><br /></span></span>
I'm also having the same problem, but more than likely it is because the LG headset is using Bluetooth 3.0 and that is not compatible with the PS3 system. I just did some research and found this assumption here: http://community.us.playstation.com/message/2412940
If there are any solutions, I'd like to know as well.
If you are trying to hook up a bluetooth headset or remote, or keyboard, go to accessories and then go to register bluetooth device. Choose what you are trying to hook up, remote, headset, or keyboard. Then turn on the device as it should say in the instructions for hooking it up. Then the PS3 should say that it is scanning for bluetooth devices. The Bluetooth device should show up and then you select it and push X, and you should be good. I just hooked up a bluetooth headset and it works fine.
Pairing bluetooth devices isn't tricky its just a bit finicky.
1. Go to Settings tab in the PS3 menu.
2.Scroll down and select "Accessory Settings"
4.Scroll down and select "manage bluetooth devices"
5. Select "Register New device"
The PS3 will now go into a pairing mode and search for any bluetooth devices.
6. At this point follow the manufacturers pairing instructions for you bluetooth device.
I managed to pair my X3 Micro headset to the PS3. I had to get on line to find the devices code because I had forgotten it, but after entering the right code the PS3 hooked it up and I have been insulting those who kill me online ever since :P
i have the same problem, i sync up my moterolla h550 bluetooth headset with the ps3 and it shows my voice on the bars whenever i talk so i know its working but when i get into a game say cod4, its not hooked up anymore :( a cuple times its worked when i got back out of the game an synced it again but usually it doesnt. hope this helps
After you have connected the headset to the PS3™ system, you can verify that the PS3™ system is receiving voice input from the headset
and that the headset is correctly playing output.
To test and configure your headset
In your PS3™ system’s home menu, go to [Settings] > [Accessory Settings] > [Audio Device Settings].
After you pair a Bluetooth® device with the PS3™ system, the Bluetooth® device becomes the default for both input and output audio. If the
headset is working correctly, you can hear your voice loopback in the headset. The audio input bar will indicate your voice level.