My p47 bluetooth headphone doesn't input any audio from my chromebook
For a long time I have been having this issue with my headphones. I have tried everything to make it work but I feel like I'm missing something. My other bluetooth headphones work just well but this one never work with my chrome book
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It is possible that the Sony ECM-AC2 mic is not compatible with the Samsung Chromebook 3, or that there is an issue with the Koopao splitter you are using. Here are a few things you can try to troubleshoot the issue:
Check the mic's compatibility: Make sure the Sony ECM-AC2 mic is compatible with the Chromebook 3. Some mics may not work with certain devices, even if they are connected through a splitter.
Check the splitter's compatibility: Make sure the Koopao splitter is compatible with the Chromebook 3. Some splitters may not work with certain devices, causing issues like the one you are experiencing.
Check the audio settings: Make sure the audio settings on your Chromebook are properly configured to use an external mic. You may need to adjust the input level or select the correct input device in the audio settings.
Check the mic's connection: Make sure the mic is properly connected to the splitter. Check the mic's cable for any visible damage or loose connections, and make sure the mic is plugged in securely.
Check for any other visible issues: Inspect the mic, splitter, and Chromebook for any visible issues that may be causing the problem. This can include debris or foreign objects that may have gotten stuck in the devices, or damage to the devices or their components.
If you have tried these troubleshooting steps and the problem persists, it may be necessary to have the devices inspected and diagnosed by a professional. They will be able to identify the cause of the problem and determine the necessary repairs.
If the plug is being pulled out too easily, or if it's falling out, it could be the result of a loose headphone jack. In fact, a loose headphone jack could be the cause behind the mic not working, as the jack conductors may not be making contact.
Unfortunately, you can't connect Bluetooth speakers to this TV. You can connect a wired sound bar, home theater sound system (receiver and speakers) or wireless headphones with a wired based station (RCA or digital audio input from the TV's audio out). These wireless systems use RF or Bluetooth signals to the headphones. See this page, http://stereodevelopment.com/#what-are-wireless-tv-headphones , for a few models of wireless headphones that will be compatible with the D43-D1.
I wish that I had better news for you. You may be able to find an audio receiver that supports Bluetooth. However, these usually are Bluetooth devices, the same as the Bluetooth headphones. They can't pair and send a signal to your headphones.
Windows Vista should see the bluetooth headphones without any extra drivers. If you open your bluetooth options, and you can see the headphones, and it asks for a password, try 0000 or 1111.
Also - check your computer to ensure that it does have bluetooth capability. If the computer doesn't have bluetooth built in, you'll need to use the USB communicator that should have come with the headphones. If you don't have the USB stick that came with the headphones, your best bet is to contact JBL and see if they will send you a new one.
Another thing you can try, just to verify the headphones are good - is to try to sync them with an ipod or iphone and see if you can listen to music through them.
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.
I had the same problem with Brookstone wireless headset the only
solution I found was plug in the red and white connectors to your cable
box it works perfectly that way. Just make sure the red cable connector
from the transmitter is connected to right red input connector on the
box. I have a Comcast cable box. Now I need a solution for them on my