Nowadays, headphones are not just confined to listening to music. Thanks to the growing world and ideas, currently headphones are even used to watch movies, making calls, playing games, listen to the morning news and most of the time we use them if we wish not to disturb our partners, family members or just want to have a little privacy.
In this article, we will be talking and explaining how you can pair your Bluetooth transmitter and receiver if you do not have a Bluetooth enabled device in your arsenal. As of now every gadget we have usually does have Bluetooth already like take an example of iPhone, mp3 player, Alexa and much more but what if you have a TV which does not have that and you decide to watch a movie but don’t want to disturb your spouse, cousin or anyone around you. Here headphones with Bluetooth enabled plays a fantastic role as you can easily connect them with almost anything and roll out.
But the next questions comes is why only Bluetooth enabled headphones and not RF headphones. Well both of them have their advantages and disadvantages like an RF headphone does come with good listening range and better sound quality but they do require a large transmission base and can make a big hole in your pocket. Instead, Bluetooth headphones are not that costly and can be connected to any other devices with ease beside the former cant.
Besides this, we also need to make sure that you already have picked the quality Bluetooth transmitter that would support your devices. If not do not worry we got you covered, read this article.
Now let’s not spend more time on discussing which is best & Jump straight to the point “How to Pair Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver”
How to Pair Bluetooth Transmitter with Headphones
Step one: Pairing the transmitter to the headphone.
1. Before pairing the transmitter and headphone make sure no other Bluetooth device is active otherwise they might connect with the transmitter rather than the one which we want.
2. Now after the above is confirmed, Place the headphone in pairing mode. In most of the devices, we do have a separate pairing button if not you can try the power button. Hold that button for 5-7 seconds until the LED starts blinking.
3. Power up the transmitter and set it in pairing mode, do the same action as we performed with the headset. As soon as the LED starts blinking its read to go.
4. Now place the headphone and transmitter close and once they are connected the blinking or flashing of LED will stop on both the devices.
So now the Headphone and Transmitter are paired together, we can move ahead and connect the transmitter to the television.
Step two: Connecting the transmitter to the Audio Source.
The audio source can be anything like TV, cable box, satellite box or DVD/Blu-ray. In our case its the television. The transmitter does come with a male to male 3.5mm headphone cable and RCA cable.
You can use any one of those cables to connect to the desired audio source. If your TV does have a 3.5mm jack, then the task is pretty easy just plug one end of the headphone cable to TV and other to the transmitter and you are done.
While if you TV supports RCA output you can use the other cable just make sure to plug the proper end to the proper out else you won’t hear any noise.
Now you are all set to enjoy your favorite show or movie without disturbing anyone around you. Go ahead and enjoy the pleasure.