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Yamaha speaker will not connect to my desktop computer via bluetooth
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connecting bluetooth headset
You have to go through a process to pair the devices.
Make sure bluetooth is turned on on your laptop (varies for each model)
Make sure the headset is fully charged.
With the headset power off, press and hold
the Call button for 6 to 10 seconds until the
blue indicator light turns on and remains
Then goto the bluetooth control panel and select "Look for Devices" or similar. Wait until the device has been found and when it asks for a passkey, enter 0000 and press okay.
see some more info at: http://tinyurl.com/2bz7hc
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
You just connect the green plug to a mini 1/8 line out or use a stereo RCA male to mini 1/8 female adapter (radio shack or cyberguys.com) and connect your desktop speaker to that.
You can also connect surround sound speakers if your flat panel TV supports it. There are two ways, one is with the digital out, usually a black socket, to a digital input, also usually black. This is pretty much the same as a coaxial connector. Other options are to use a fiber cable but the difference is negligible and the headaches severe. Many flat panels have the good old green socket, which is analogue and most surround systems will take an analogue input. The difference in surround sound is quite considerable using analogue.
The most affordable surround sound speaker systems are made by Creative Labs and include models less than $200 and usually include a remote. Which ever you choose, you want the remote so you can mute when the phone rings and also control the volume as well. I've used newegg.com as a vendor for these systems extensively as you usually have 30 days to return as unacceptable for your application. Avoid Ebay.
Let me know if this has only opened the door to more questions or if you have all you need to know.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Go into control panel, click on bluetooth icon. Tick box 'allow bluetooth devices to find this computor.
Switch on bluetooth on phone and search for new devices. Message on computor, a device is trying to connect. click on message enter code, 0000. enter same code on phone when prompted (be quick).
Start LG pc suite, connection wizard, click bluetooth then next, enter code 0000 when prompted.
Look at phone enter same code, 0000, when prompted and hey presto all will work.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Although I have a different model, I was having the same problem. By right clicking on the speaker icon next to the clock in the icon tray you'll get different options. Click on 'Playback Devices' and then you'll see all the speakers that are active. In my case, the default speaker was set to be my laptop speakers (you can see this because of the green dot). By simply changing the bluetooth speaker to be your default speaker (by right clicking on it) you'll hear sound again. And when the blueetooth speaker is disconnected, the laptop use your 'secondary' speakers, that is, your laptop speakers. Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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