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My wbt210 is looking for signal. The usb and computer it is plugged into have found wbt210.

Am I supposed to be able to hear music playing in winamp on computer through wbtr210? The wbt210 seems not to have found the signal from usb bluetooth in computer.

Any suggestions?

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I have found that winamp doesn't automatically output through any hands-free headphones, therefore you need to go into Preferences on Winamp (Ctrl+P), go to:
-Plugins/Output
-select Nullsoft DirectSound Output -->configure
-select Device tab
-select 02: Bluetooth Hands-Free Audio
-click apply
If music is already playing, click STOP then PLAY, pause will not do it.

I have been looking for this fix all day on the internet, but finally worked it out myself.
Hopefully this post will make someone else's day less stressful!

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Right click your sound settings in the task bar and make sure its not turned down or muted

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