Question about SanDisk Audio Players & Recorders
To connect devices over bluetooth you must be sure the bluetooth stacks are compatible. So check the manuals from both systems and see what bluetooth stack they are using and with what stack(s) they are compatible. And while you are checking the manuals, see how to setup the connection. Not knowing what devices (models) you have, I can't look if I have a manual. And for that reason I could not look that one up. Sorry.
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