11-21-2006 08:03 AM
11-18-2006 12:30 AM
11-18-2006 12:41 AM
Not a problem, just trying to give something back to the Playstation community.
thanx for looking out for the forum member's who are haveing trouble....
TallicaBassist wrote:quick question about bluetooth accessories...if u have all 7 controllers filled, how many blue tooth headsets can u throw in? can u only have a total of 7 wireless things of anything, or can u like have 7 controllers and 7 headsets (idk y u would but im jw)
I'm sorry but I have not yet had the chance to test that out. But that's a hell of a lot of controllers and headsets, just the controllers alone is going to set you back 350.00. Would be pretty cool though.
11-18-2006 02:46 PM
11-18-2006 02:51 PM
kman79 wrote:There have been many multiple posts on people having issues or needing to know how to pair their Bluetooth Headset with the PS3. Carsfanatic and I verified this earlier yesterday.Please make note that the Bluetooth headset you are trying to pair, must be a Bluetooth 2.0 Compliant headset*Pleaes excuse the poor qualitly pictures, they are .gif images to save space and are not best quality.First set your Bluetooth Headset up for pairing, thenNavigate to Accesory Settings on the XMB and press XNext go to Register Bluetooth Device and press XIt should show the following screen and press XIt should show a message asking you to start scanning, press XIt should find your Bluetooth Headset (I prefer to use my Sony Ericsson HBH-610, press XIt should ask you for the pass key, in most cases it should be four 0s ("0000")That should end the registration process of your Bluetooth headsetNow navigate back to Accesory Settings and select Audio Device Settings, and press XSet Mic Level to 5, and Both Input Device and Output Device to your Bluetooth Headset if was not already set.Please note that there may be some cases where you would have to go through this setup twice. The Sony Ericsson only needed to go through it once, but my plantronics needed to be done twice. I'm not sure why, but it did. Hope this helps some of you.
11-18-2006 03:16 PM
_SOMMS wrote:can you show what headset you are using?
Sure! Here you go.
I've been using it with my Sony Ericsson M600i for months now and not one single issue. Used it all day yesterday for about 8 hours straight and the battery was still good. If your looking to buy, I bought it from these guys here:
it was 79.99 when I bought it months back.