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If your ear buds have been connected to any device before your TV then it won't work. If you want to connect it to your TV you turn on your headphones, hold the call button for 3 seconds, and you will see ur light flash and connect it to your TV. If this didn't help then go to the manual and check how to connect your headphones to your TV.
You cannot rig up a blue tooth headphones to this receiver with out a blue tooth transmitter ( the Onkyo does not have one built in ). If you have a transmitter it can be plugged into the headphone out socket of the Onkyo ( in front ), just remember that it will cut out the sound from all your speakers when you insert the headphone jack . The advantage though with this connection is you can control the headphone volume using the Onkyo remote.
the passkey is just like a password which is a single time entry into your phone for connecting blue tooth devices in a secured way. once you enter the passkey the phone will be able to identify and connect to your device each time you search for blue tooth devices in the phone.so please do not get annoyed, go ahead and give a passkey of your own choice(like birth date. so that you wont forget it easily since you wont use it again until you reset the phone or connect other devices). this passkey can also be used to connect it to laptops, desktops if they have blue tooth.
also remember this passkey is used to restrict any unauthorized access to your phone.!!! should you have any questions please write to us again.thanks for contacting fixya !
Connect the headphones to the bluetooth. 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.