|21 Jul 2011||#1|
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I can not connect Bluetooth devices.
I have a Medialink Bluetooth dongle that I am unable to get to work with all my bluetooth devices. I have the drivers installed and everything seems as if it should be functioning properly. However, I am not able to pair my two Android devices or my Turtle Beach PX5 headset. I was able to connect with my printer so I'm sure the device itself is working properly. I'm just not sure what I am doing wrong with my other devices. Thanks for the help.
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|21 Jul 2011||#7|
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I also found this on Turtle Beaches website:
To use the PX5’s microphone with your PC, you need to enable and pair (sync) the PX5’s bluetooth to your PC’s bluetooth interface.
- Your PC must have a properly installed Bluetooth interface, typically in the form of a USB Bluetooth adapter. Many laptops already have built-in Bluetooth.
- Pair your PX5 to the PC's Bluetooth interface (instructions for pairing the PX5 bluetooth are in the PX5 User's Guide).
- Set your Bluetooth interface as the default recording device by going to your Sound settings under the Control Panel. Consult your Windows manual/user guide for detailed instructions.
- If you are using Ventrilo for online chat, make sure Ventrilo is set to use the PC's Bluetooth interface for its Voice Audio input AND output.
NOTE: The PX5 does not require a device driver for use in Windows or MacOS X. The PC will not "see" the PX5 in its list of connected devices.
I was still unable to pair using these instructions, and I have no Bluetooth Interface as a recording device option. I do find it interesting that, ""The PC will not "see" the PX5 in its list of connected devices."" What's that about?
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