Question about Radio Communications
Several things come to mind:
* check the batteries in the headsets, are they good?
* check that the transmitter is powered up and connected to the audio circuit in the TV.
Posted on Jul 09, 2015
SOURCE: CABLE & WIRELESS CWBTH160
To initiate pairing, put the devices within 0.5m of eachother
Make sure phone / pc bluetooth is on and discoverable
Make surea headset is fully charged
Note: Headset pairing mode will time out after 5 mins.
It is possible to pair up to two phones with the headset - the most recently paired phone becomes the "primary "phone... only one phone can be connected at a time --> this function only works in Hands-Free profile. If both phones are in range, then the headset will connect to the "primary" phone first.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
Make sure the headset is put in pairing mode, to do this, turn the headset off, hold the phone button(big silver round one on the right speaker), then turn the headset on. Hold the button until the blue light goes solid. At this point, your computer should be able to detect it. Be aware, though, that support for bluetooth audio on computers is weak at best.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Make sure the headphones are set as "default" under Control Panel>Hardware and Sound>Sound>Manage Audio Devices - same for microphone if you're using it for online speech.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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