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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Each brand has it's own peculiarities and you did not specify the brand. I would suggest turning off the headphones, resetting the transmitter (turn off and on again for separate devices) and then pressing and holding the 'on' switch for 15 seconds or so. You may see (in some models) a light start to blink blue then red and back. This should indicate that the receiver (headphone) is trying to find a transmitter to pair with. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
these things are suppost to have a little static noise when on. next time get noise reduction headphones. they are like headphone style ear protection like what construction workers use. but only more stylish and they contain speakers. and no killing batteries for good sound. they are regular headphones but with really good sound isolation
Posted on Oct 25, 2010
SOURCE: Bose QC 2 Noise Cancelling
No green light for QC2, just red. If it's constant the battery is charged, powering the noise cancellation, and, if connected to an audio device, conducting sound. If the red light is blinking, the battery is losing its charge.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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