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No sound i have no sound coming from ny wireless logitech freepulse headphones thanks if anyone can help me out i have a 5g/60 gb ipod i am trying to hook them up to. justin ables from wv

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  • a4syth Nov 15, 2007

    same thing.. headphones wont sync.. they worked fine before but just stopped working.. its not like i dropped them or anything

  • mbourke Nov 21, 2007

    I too have the same problem, again, never dropped and i now get intermittent sound. I have reset numerous times to no avail... If anyone can help that would be great! I don't want to spend antoher 180.00 or go back to wired headsets :(

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Hold both buttons until they blink blue and red. will take around 20 or 30 seconds of holding. When they both blink red and blue, they will sync.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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