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My insignia pico projector speaker is very limited. If I try and connect my iPad to my Bluetooth speaker it pauses the video. Is there something I'm missing?

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Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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The volume control is on the right side of the player, closest to the front. A copy owner's manual can be downloaded here; select the Support tab. I hope this helps!

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SOURCE: projector can't connect to laptop

We just solved a similar issue. Most likely your PC or laptop is currently set to a display resolution that is too high for the projector or is one that it cannot handle. Try setting your computer display to 640 x 480 or 800 x 600 and see if you can get the projector to work. If it does, then you can figure out the maximum display resolution you can use. Also consult your projector documentation for supported resolution modes.

For the PICO in particular, it looks like those are in general for small mobile devices (320 x 240 or less displays), and the PK102 model has native VGA (640 x 480) support with extended support for 800 x 600. You will not be able to use this on most modern computers except at the lowest resolution setting for the PC.

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Posted on May 13, 2010

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How do I pair my I Pad with my new Philips portable speaker using bluetooth ( can connect fine using a cable)


If your portable speaker is Bluetooth-enabled, here is the general procedure:

1. Press and hold the function control button on the speaker until you see red and blue lights flashing in rapid succession on the speaker (the speaker is now in "pairing" mode).
2. Turn on Bluetooth on your iPad and then tap on Scan. iPad will begin scanning for nearby Bluetooth devices. When you see a name similar to that of your speaker, tap on it . You will be asked for a passcode/passkey to pair the iPad with the speaker. Enter '0000' or '1234' (without the quotes).
3. Once the passkey is accepted, the two devices are now paired. The light on the speaker should become a steady blue.
4. On the iPad, tap on Connect. If the iPad connects to the speaker, you will see Connected. You are done. Play some music from the iPad to see if you can hear it coming through the speaker.

You should have this procedure detailed in the set up guide that came with the speaker. Please note that pairing is required only for the first time you try to connect the two devices, to get them "acquainted" to each other. After that, all you need is to connect the iPad to the speaker every time you want to listen to your iPad through the speaker.

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How to get bluetooth speaker to connect already apired and is showing but wont connect


Hello, I have already met this issue: after pairing a bluetooth speaker on a first host (computer or iPad), then pairing it on a second device (as another computer for example), when I try to pair it again to its original host device, it doesn't work.
The solution consist in
1) on the host computer, in the list of the Bluetooth devices, delete the line of the bluetooth speaker and forget this bluetooth device,
2) push on the Bluetooth detect button on Bluetooth speaker,
3) scan the bluetooth devices on your computer host, and when you see the bluetooth speaker in the list, select it.

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My speaker does not connect to my ipad


The speaker has to be paired with your iPad before it will work. Check your documentation on how to put your speaker in "discoverable" mode long enough for the iPad to find it. If you have previously paired your speaker and it at one time did function is your iPad, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on on the iPad. Also, check the batteries on the speaker if it has previously functioned with your iPad...

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I can't connect my iPad to a philips pico pix ppx2230


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My bluetooth brookstone ipad keyboard is not working


The iPad's touchscreen keyboard isn't bad, its actually pretty good for a touchkeyboard. However there can be times where you may need to do some major emailing or even document writing and need a keyboard. This recipe will show you how to pair any bluetooth keyboard with the iPad. You don't just need to use the Apple one, any bluetooth keyboard will work!

1. Go to Settings - General


2. Tap on Bluetooth, if its Off, tap on it to turn it On.

3. Now put your bluetooth keyboard in pairing mode; usually a dedicated button or by holding the power button down for 5 secs.

4. Once you do this, your keyboard will show up under Devices and say Not Paired.


5. Tap on it, You will be prompted with a message to type a series of numbers on the bluetooth keyboard and then press Enter on the keyboard.


6. The keyboard should up under Devices and say Connected.

Tips:
-If your keyboard has a volume controls and media player controls (ie play, next, pause, prev, volume, mute), they will all map in the system and work in iPod and Videos and control the system volume. These will also work when your in an app with the music in the background (ie Safari, Pages, Mail, Calendar, any of the native apps)
-The Internet Home button on some keyboards will act like the Home button. My Dell BT Keyboard w/media/internet controls works like this.


To Unpair:

Go to Settings - General -Bluetooth, Tap on the arrow on your keyboard in the list. Tap on Forget this Device
hope this

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Gigaware Pico Projector connected via (Apple) VGA Adapter to an iPad.


You'll get an 'out of range' message in all likelihood. I believe the iPad VGA adapter is 1024x768 via the VGA cable, while the Pico Projector can only handle 640x480 (although some of the documentation mentions 800x600).
I believe the best bet for an iPad connection is to use the AV Composite adapter.

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I need drivers for Insignia headphone wireless


Windows 7 should automatically find the device and install the necessary software when you plug in the "Insignia" bluetooth transmitter. Once this is complete (can take a few minutes) you will need to connect your headset. It will connect and attemp to install drivers. It will not find the drivers on Windows Update, but instead it will tell you that you need to download a "Lenovo" driver and go to the broadcom website. Ignore Broadcom as they have removed this from detected devices and will just lock the system up. Instead download the Lenovo "Bluetooth with Enhanced Data Rate Software" driver that it suggests even though you may not have an IBM/Lenovo system.

The filename it downloaded for me was "7zbv14ww.exe", but if you do a google search there is a v15 available but I haven't tried it as the v14 is working perfectly fine for me.

Hope this helps.

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Bluetooth/ Insignia mp3


Hi MzM1990,

You can find lots of useful product information about your Insignia MP3 player on the manufacturer's website located at: http://www.insignia-products.com.

(The actual product page for your MP3 player is located at http://www.insignia-products.com/pc-289-22-insignia-pilot-8gb-video-mp3-player-with-bluetooth-technology.aspx)

I'd recommend downloading the User's Manual. The instructions on how to connect the MP3 player to Bluetooth compatible headphones are located on pages 27-29 of the manual.

NOTE that the wireless headphones MUST be A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compatible to use this feature. If your headphones are also AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) compatible then you will also be able to adjust some settings of the MP3 player (such as play/pause, skip forward/backward and control the volume) wirelessly. Check the documentation on your headphones to ensure compatability.

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