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07-07-2008 12:34 AM
The Wireless music for PC dongle is BT Class 1 and the phone is Class 2, so there is a potential issue there. Also the the profiles may not be compatible. I have a similar issue trying to connect my FreePulse headphone to my non A2DP Blackberry. Ir will show connected then drop almost immediately. I believe there is a pin hole to reset the dongle, but I have a feeling you are out of luck.
10-12-2008 10:35 PM
Hai, I connected my Mobile Phone with bluetooth connectivity to the Philips system. I was prompted to enter the passcode on my mobile and then it got connected to the Philips system. I feel thats the reason when I press connect button on my Logitech transmitter it goes blue for a second and then goes back to red. Is there any debug mode on logitech transmitter that i can invoke to debug this issue. Any help appreciated.
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10-12-2008 10:41 PM
One of my biggest frustrations in this area is that devices have not nearly kept pace with the development of peripherals. As stereo Bluetooth headphones become more readily available, I have noticed that most of the popular media players (iPod, Zune, Sansa, Creative Zen) do not typically offer Bluetooth connectivity.
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10-12-2008 10:45 PM
Unlike most Bluetooth headphones, there is virtually no setup involved with the FreePulse. Of course, the battery is not likely to have a charge when it comes out of the box, so you will have to wait about two hours to use them while you give it an initial charge. Once charged, just turn on the receiver and headphones (watch for the blue light) and begin listening to your music. There is no difficult pairing procedure involved. The headphones and receiver will automatically find each other and sync in seconds. It's my advise thanks to all..