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Lost passkey for I Sound headphones

Can not use blue tooth lost passkey

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  • Frank Douglas
    Frank Douglas Jan 23, 2014

    They are I Sound headphones model BT-2000
    other #DGHP-5600
    STU-02 061615

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Open the control panel, go to Sounds and Audio Devices.
Click the Audio tab.
Under Sound Playback (top portion of the tab), it says 'Default Device'. Drop the menu down and select your headphones. Click apply then ok, and you should be good to go. 

I can't guarantee that this will stay set up this way. If you disconnect the headphones, you very well may have to run through this again.
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