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Sylvania wireless headphones



Instructions
1
Set up the transmitter. Wireless headphones rely on a transmitter that sends audio via infrared or radio waves to your headset. Use the digital audio output (coaxial or optical), RCA outputs (red and white) or headphone jack on your TV to connect the transmitter. The connection will depend upon which outputs are available on your TV and/or the transmitter.
2
Use an RCA-to-headphone adapter. If you don't have a headphone jack on your TV and the transmitter includes only a headphone connection, connect an RCA-to-female headphone connector. This will allow you to plug the wireless transmitter into the female headphone end and then hook the RCA ends into your television's audio outputs. You may also need a 3.5 mm (mini jack)-to-1/4-inch adapter if the headphone plug on the transmitter doesn't match the television jack.
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3
Set the transmitter on top of, or next to, the television. For infrared transmitters, you'll need a direct path between the headphones and the transmitter. Placing the transmitter on or near the TV will allow you to take advantage of the clear path you already have.
4
Plug in the transmitter and turn it on. Charge the headphones if necessary.
5
Turn on the headphones. Adjust the volume and settings and you're ready to watch TV.
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Nov 14, 2013 | Sylvania SYL-WH930GB Wireless Headphones

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Windows xp - ms bluetooth adapter dongle - motorola s305 headset


Headphones are a convenient way to experience audio-rich entertainment on your own terms. Headphones allow you to customize your listening level without disturbing other people in your general vicinity.
Headphone cables can be a hassle, however, so many new headphone models feature a wireless connection.
PCs tend to be wire jungles, so eliminating one wire from a potentially jumbled mess can be an intriguing feature of wireless headphones.
Connecting wireless headphones to your PC allows you to take advantage of the benefits of listening to your movies, music or games through headphones without the struggle of the headphone cable.
Charge up or place batteries in your headphones and transmitter.
Wireless headphones require power to function.
Many wireless headphones come with a charger base.
You need to charge your headphones before you attempt to connect them to your PC.
Some wireless headphone models require batteries, which you must install before you connect the headphones to the PC.
Connect the transmitter to your PC.
The transmitter may connect via the PC's headphone jack or USB port.
If the transmitter connects to the headphone jack, plug it in and check your headphone's user guide to verify how to synchronize the headphones to the transmitter.
If the transmitter connects via USB, you will likely need to install software to use your wireless headphones.
If your wireless headphones are Bluetooth-compatible, continue to the next step.
Pair your headphones via Bluetooth to your PC.
If your PC is not Bluetooth-equipped, you will need to install a Bluetooth USB dongle.
Turn on your headphones and open the Bluetooth software on your PC.
Scan for Bluetooth devices from your PC.
Your headphones should appear.
Select the headphones and follow any further instructions to complete the pairing process.
Test the headphones.
Pick out a song or a video and play it on your PC.
Connect your wireless headphones and verify that you can hear the audio.
Find the volume controls on your headphones and adjust them to make sure the volume changes correctly.
If your headphones are not functioning properly, verify that the headphones are turned on.
If the headphones are on and you do not hear anything, verify that your transmitter is functioning properly and that you have your volume turned up on your PC.
Recharge your headphones when you are finished using them.
To ensure that the headphones are ready anytime you need them, you must always place them on the charging base when you are finished using them.
If the headphones are battery-powered, be sure that you always have spare batteries on hand.

Jul 18, 2013 | Microsoft Bluetooth v2.0 USB Dongle...

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My hed set not sapprt


Headphones are a convenient way to experience audio-rich entertainment on your own terms. Headphones allow you to customize your listening level without disturbing other people in your general vicinity. Headphone cables can be a hassle, however, so many new headphone models feature a wireless connection. PCs tend to be wire jungles, so eliminating one wire from a potentially jumbled mess can be an intriguing feature of wireless headphones. Connecting wireless headphones to your PC allows you to take advantage of the benefits of listening to your movies, music or games through headphones without the struggle of the headphone cable.

Charge up or place batteries in your headphones and transmitter. Wireless headphones require power to function. Many wireless headphones come with a charger base. You need to charge your headphones before you attempt to connect them to your PC. Some wireless headphone models require batteries, which you must install before you connect the headphones to the PC. Connect the transmitter to your PC. The transmitter may connect via the PC's headphone jack or USB port. If the transmitter connects to the headphone jack, plug it in and check your headphone's user guide to verify how to synchronize the headphones to the transmitter. If the transmitter connects via USB, you will likely need to install software to use your wireless headphones. If your wireless headphones are Bluetooth-compatible, continue to the next step. Pair your headphones via Bluetooth to your PC. If your PC is not Bluetooth-equipped, you will need to install a Bluetooth USB dongle. Turn on your headphones and open the Bluetooth software on your PC. Scan for Bluetooth devices from your PC. Your headphones should appear. Select the headphones and follow any further instructions to complete the pairing process. Test the headphones. Pick out a song or a video and play it on your PC. Connect your wireless headphones and verify that you can hear the audio. Find the volume controls on your headphones and adjust them to make sure the volume changes correctly. If your headphones are not functioning properly, verify that the headphones are turned on. If the headphones are on and you do not hear anything, verify that your transmitter is functioning properly and that you have your volume turned up on your PC. Recharge your headphones when you are finished using them. To ensure that the headphones are ready anytime you need them, you must always place them on the charging base when you are finished using them. If the headphones are battery-powered, be sure that you always have spare batteries on hand. Hope this helps.

Dec 20, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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No music playing in headphones


Hello.
Try to adjust the headphone.
Check if it is connected properly.
If it still doesn't work, try to check the headphone on other devices.
If the headphone is working on other devices, your MP3 headphone jack has some problem.
But if the headphone is not working on other devices, you should get new headphone or you can try other headphone (besides your current one) on your MP3.

hope it helps.

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Won't cool down, pop sound on Compressor, is very hot not runing


Rick that don't sound good. If you know how to test the compressor and have a OHM meter we need test. See if fan is running under refrigerator and Click here=> HOW TO CHECK FOR A BURNED OUT COMPRESSOR do that first and then we move to what else may be the problem watch the movies on that page. That pop sound like shortig of start relay or something related to compressor. Please rate my solution after I have helped you resolve the problem and communicate with me. I am offering my help to you free. If need you may contact me here on Fixya or my Forum=> Appliance 911 My contact information is located above the Fixya Ad on my blog here=> Sea Breeze Appliance Parts and Technical Services, www.pcappliancerepair.com
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May 14, 2010 | GE Profile PSW26P Stainless Steel Side by...

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Right headphone broken


hi there, the right headphone is broken. Replace the headphones and you should be set.

Jan 26, 2010 | Skull Candy Lowrider Headphones

2 Answers

Ipod headphone problem


My headphones cut out when I am walking

Dec 28, 2008 | Apple (M9394G/A) Consumer Headphones

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