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Topic # 12701 31-Mar-2007 22:25
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Hi,

I've revently purchased CN 532 headset. I am trying to connect it using bluetooth dongle of

Belkin. The connection goes fine .. all required steps finished, the connection wizard tells

that starting new media player will use the Bluetooth port for audio out, however that does

not happen. The speakers connected to PC keep shouting !

Out of ideas ..  please help.

Regards,
Alok


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Reply # 65786 31-Mar-2007 22:31
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Make sure you connect the headphones before you start the media player. Also, after connecting the headphones open the Audio applet in Control Panel and check that the output was correctly redirected to the Bluetooth device.







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Reply # 65800 1-Apr-2007 01:05
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Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion. I checked the audio settings and made default the bluetooth device. Now if I start the real player, the wireless headset momentarily provides the sound but it goes off. If I change the volume of the wireless headset, the sound comes momentarily and goes off again.

Any ideas further ??

Thanks again.
Alok

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