Re: How can I get my player to connest to my bluetooth...
If you have a Kindle Fire or later this is possible. Any Kindle before this model has the hardware for BT, but not any method to access the BT (bad on Amazon\'s part, but that\'s the way it is).
Kindle Fire do this: Go to settings --> Wireless --> Bluetooth Turn on Bluetooth if it is not on.
Now on your headset put it in pairing mode. Instructions on how to do this should have come with your headset. Once in pairing mode press Pair a Bluetooth Device on your Kindle. Your Kindle should "see" your headset and list the name of it under PAIRED DEVICES.
You only need to pair the device once. Then you should be able to press the device name and if the device is near by and on it should connect to the Kindle.
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If the sound works on your Kindle Fire's speakers and will not cut off and reroute sound to headphones when you plug them in to the headphone jack port on the side of the Kindle. Try the following:
If you have a set of blu tooth headphones then enable blu tooth connection to a source of sound like, You Tube, Spotify iTunes etc. You will be able to hear sound on your blu tooth headphones this way. Turn of the blu tooth headphones, then try plugging in your regular wired headphones into the Kindle and reconnection should be achieved.
i've just finished repairing one of these Model 88 cd, from Cambridge sound. It also had no audio. I found cracked solder connections on the audio amplifier IC on the amplifier board as well as an inremittent headphone jack on the front of the radio. Try it with headphones, if you get dound try to clean the jack with isopropyl alcohol. a couple of drops inside the jack then insert the headphone connector several times to move the relay inside. Good luck. took me about two hours to resolve this with limited information available.
Verify there is nothing plugged into the headset port, including headsets, headphones, or adapters. Original iPhone only: While on the Home screen, adjust the volume buttons. If you see the icon below, indicating that headphones are attached, there may be debris in the headset port:
To remove debris in the headset port, try connecting a pair of headphones to the headset port and then remove the headphones. Repeat this several times. If you have paired with a Bluetooth headset that is nearby, either use the headset or turn Bluetooth off (choose Settings > General > Bluetooth). If that doesn't work, try restarting the iPhone. Hold the Sleep/Wake button until "slide to power off" appears. Slide to power off your device. When it is off, press the Sleep/Wake button to turn it back on. If restarting the iPhone doesn't resolve the issue, try restoring the device.
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.
The setup you describe is possible, however you will want to make sure that your MP3 player, phone and headphones support both A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and also AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) protocols. Additionally in order to answer incoming phonecalls the headphones will need to have a built-in microphone. Check the documentation on your products.