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How to pair Bluetooth devices to your Sony smart TV

Your TV may have plenty of ports for connecting wired devices, but that's not your only option; you can also pair many speakers or headphones using Bluetooth. Wireless connections are convenient, especially since they help reduce the mass of tangled cables that probably resides behind your TV.

Aside from using your remote to navigate the settings menus, pairing audio with your TV over Bluetooth isn't substantially different from pairing devices with your phone. Here's how to get started.

1. Open Bluetooth settings. Open the main settings menu, and open Bluetooth settings from the Network & Accessories menu.

2. Make sure Bluetooth is activated. Although your TV should have Bluetooth enabled by default, as it's also used to connect the remote-control microphone to the TV, you will want to confirm that the toggle is in the on position.

3. Add device. To begin pairing a new set of speakers or headphones with the TV, select "Add device" from the menu to search for your product. If you haven't already done so, put your device into pairing mode so that it will be discoverable by the TV.

4. Search and Pair. The TV will inform you that it is searching for devices. If your device is properly set to pairing mode, it should show up in the list of available devices. If you have several Bluetooth devices in the room, or live in an apartment or neighborhood where homes are close together, you may even see Bluetooth devices that don't belong to you.

Once your device is discovered, select it from the list of available devices. Pairing will begin automatically.

5. Device connected. If everything went properly, your Bluetooth device will show up on the list of connected devices. Now, you can use that paired device for TV audio whenever it's powered on.

6. Select paired device. When you want to disconnect a device, or even unpair it all together, simply select the appropriate item from the list of paired devices.

7. Disconnect or Unpair. Once you've selected the paired device, it will give you the option to disconnect or unpair.

Disconnecting the device will keep the Bluetooth pairing in the TV's memory, but won't use the device for audio playback while they are disconnected. This option is ideal for something like headphones, which you may want to pair to something else, like your phone, but still have the option to use them with your TV.

Unpairing will completely remove the device as an option. You can still use it with your TV, but you'll need to go through the entire pairing process again, instead of simply reconnecting. This option is preferred for devices that you are unlikely to use with the TV again, such a speaker that you're replacing, or headphones belonging to a visitor who has left.

Brian Westover is an Editor at Tom's Guide, covering everything from TVs to the latest PCs. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he wrote for TopTenReviews and PCMag.
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In order to maintain their sleek profiles, some soundbars take the idea of simplicity in home theater audio too far: They strip out all the extras that an audio-video receiver offers, such as a way to consolidate your HDMI connections or stream music via Bluetooth. Sony's HT-CT370 preserves those features and yet packs them in a streamlined design. Thanks in part to its wireless subwoofer, this soundbar also delivers improved sound for movies and TV.

Editor's Note: Sony has discontinued the Sony HT-CT370. As an alternative, we suggest either the Sony HT-S350 or the Yamaha YAS-209. Be sure to check out all our top picks on our best soundbars page.

Design

The Sony HT-CT370 differentiates itself from other rectangular soundbars by opting for a diamond shape, thickest in the middle and thinner at the top and bottom. This means you can see and hear both the front and the top when you place the soundbar on a surface. The slim, 35.5 x 4.5 x 2-inch soundbar, wrapped in back fabric, looked great with a 42-inch TV, but it appeared a bit undersized when placed on a shelf below my 55-inch Panasonic P55ST60. You can also mount the soundbar on the wall above or below the TV.

Sony placed three HDMI inputs on the back of the soundbar, along with an HDMI output to connect to your TV. If you don't have HDMI, you can connect to your TV through an optical digital audio or a 3.5mm analog audio input. You select your input source using the button on top of the soundbar, via the remote control or Sony's free SongPal app for Android and iOS.

The display on the front, beneath the fabric but still easily readable, indicates which input is active. The readout is a big improvement over the limited feedback provided by other soundbars, such as the JBL Cinema SB100. You also rely on the display if you're using the remote control to adjust tone and level.

MORE: Best Soundbars

Unfortunately, even if you've connected the soundbar to your TV by HDMI, the HT-CT370 doesn't offer an onscreen display, something  JBL's Cinema SB400 does offer. If you find the display limiting, the SongPal app provides a more visual approach to tweaking the settings, via Bluetooth.

Remote and Subwoofer

The bundled remote  offers plenty of functions. In addition to power and volume, you can switch quickly among sound modes to help improve the sound quality. The remote can be programmed to turn your TV on or off and change channels, and can control music playback on a device you've connected to the soundbar through Bluetooth.

To boost low-end frequencies, Sony includes a narrow wireless subwoofer. At just 15.6 inches tall x 14.3 inches deep x 5.4 inches wide, it's easy to hide in a corner. The subwoofer doesn't have any controls; you manage the volume through the remote control.

Setup and Use

You can use the Sony HT-CT370 as a hub for three HDMI devices. For example, I plugged in my cable box, Blu-ray player and Roku into the soundbar, then connected the soundbar to my TV.

To pair with the wireless subwoofer, press "amp menu" on the remote, toggle to the "WS" setting and start the link process. On the back of the subwoofer, press the "link" button, and the two should connect.

The HT-CT370 can pair with a mobile device or computer via Bluetooth for music playback. I quickly paired it with both Android and iOS devices. An NFC-equipped Android device offers the fastest pairing option; just place the mobile device on top of the speaker to initiate the process. To pair with an iOS device, press "pairing" on the remote and find SONY:HT-CT370 in your Bluetooth menu under Other Devices.

Once I connected everything, I needed to adjust the tone settings to get the best sound from the system. The defaults produced sound that was too bright and didn't take advantage of the extra bass the subwoofer could provide. I increased the volume of the subwoofer to 10 out of a max 13 and reduced the treble to -3. I also found that the ClearAudio+ sound field worked best for most TV shows, movies and music, even though the unit offers separate settings for movies, music, sports and more.

Audio Performance

Once I made some adjustments, the HT-CT370 delivered very good sound, with one quirk. The soundbar boosts dialogue well, making it easy to understand people speaking on screen. But, dialogue lacks resonance that other systems with subwoofers like Vizio's S4251wB4 add. For example, Peter Coyote's narration to Ken Burns' The Roosevelts: An Intimate Story sounded tinny instead of robust.

In action scenes during Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the subwoofer kicked in to fill the room with depth and vibration. The problem likely lies in the crossover setting between the main soundbar and the subwoofer, but the unit doesn't feature an adjustment for that.

When the subwoofer engaged, the system delivered solid bass and low-end effects as well as crisp treble tones, especially during action sequences. As Barbossa's cursed pirates marched underwater to attack the British in Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl, the background music swelled as swords clanked crisply, creating an engaging audio accompaniment to the visuals.

Though the system doesn't have rear speakers, it imitated surround sound well enough that I could hear the subtle clicking foreshadowing the arrival of the spiders of Murkwood in The Hobbit: the Desolation of Smaug.

The HT-CT370 also performs well for music listening. The two channels in the main soundbar created excellent stereo separation on Jimmy Page's swirling guitar during Led Zeppelin’s "What Is and What Should Never Be," while the subwoofer boomed out the beat on Aphex Twins' "CIRCLONT6A[141.98][syrobonkus mix]."

With 300 total watts of power, the Sony unit gets loud; compare that to the 60 watts delivered by Vizio's S4251wB4. I found that half-volume was more than loud enough to fill my living room with sound.

Bottom Line

Sony's HT-CT370 delivers what you want from a soundbar: It improves the sound quality of movies, TV and music without requiring the space of a dedicated home theater system. With its integrated HDMI inputs and Bluetooth, if offers more connectivity options than most soundbars, especially at this price. If you don't need HDMI, Vizio's $300 S4251wB4 may be a better choice. Sony's soundbar delivers marginally better sound than the Vizio, but the latter offers true 5.1 surround sound for less money. Still, if you're looking to stay under $400/£350, the Sony HT-CT370 is a solid choice.

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BLUETOOTH Function

Using the BLUETOOTH

function

Pairing automatically

If the system is not paired with any

equipment, you must pair the system

with the equipment to be connected.

Select "BLUETOOTH" with the

BLUETOOTH button on the remote

control to enter pairing mode.

1

Place the system and a

BLUETOOTH device within

1 meter.

2

Press BLUETOOTH on the

remote control.

3

Set the BLUETOOTH device in

pairing mode.

For details on setting the

BLUETOOTH device in pairing

mode, refer to the operating

instructions supplied with the

device.

4

When the detected devices are

listed on the BLUETOOTH

device, check that "SONY:HT-

CT60BT" is listed.

On some BLUETOOTH devices,

the list may not be displayed.

5

Select "SONY:HT-CT60BT" on

the list.

If entering a Passkey is requested,

enter "0000."

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6

Make the BLUETOOTH

connection on the BLUETOOTH

device.

When the BLUETOOTH

connection is made correctly, the

BLUETOOTH indicator lights up in

blue and the pairing information

is stored in the system.

About the LED for BLUETOOTH

The BLUETOOTH indicator lights up or

flashes in blue to indicate the

BLUETOOTH status.

System status

During BLUETOOTH

pairing

The system is

attempting to

connect with a

BLUETOOTH device

The system has

established in

connection with a

BLUETOOTH device

Notes

For details on operation of the

connected devices, refer to the

operating instructions supplied with

the devices.

The BLUETOOTH devices to be

connected must support A2DP

(Advanced Audio Distribution Profile).

Use a BLUETOOTH device such as

BLUETOOTH mobile phone in an easily

visible place in the same room where

the Sound Bar is placed.

If Wi-Fi equipment is used,

BLUETOOTH communication may

become unstable. In that case, use the

BLUETOOTH device as close as

possible to the Sound Bar.

Sound may be interrupted because of

a problem with the BLUETOOTH

device.

Once a pairing operation is performed,

it does not have to be performed

LED status

Flashes quickly in

blue.

Flashes slowly in

blue.

Lights up in blue.

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How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones To Any Device Easily

A complete guide showing you how to pair up and connect your Sony Bluetooth headphones to all types of devices.

Sony MDR-XB950B1 EXTRA BASS™ Wireless Headphones

You arrive at the gym all pumped up to get some exercise done. You pull out your pair of Sony wireless workout headphones and ready your epic workout playlist, only to get frustrated when the headphones is unable to connect to your smartphone.

This might have happened to you, but in slightly different ways: instead of your mobile phone, it could be your computer, TV, etc.

One of the biggest advantages of wireless headphones over wired ones is it’s convenience and portability. On the other hand, one of its biggest drawbacks is how it requires different ways to connect to different audio sources.

Worry not, we have the answers you need. This article serves as an in-depth guide that will give you simple step-by-step instructions on how to connect your Sony Bluetooth headphones to most types of devices.

Whether you’ve got the robust Sony WH-CH700N, Sony WH-1000XM3 active noise-canceling headphones, or the small and sleek Sony WF-1000XM3 Bluetooth earbuds, you’ll know exactly how to pair them up to your smartphone or media player.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones

As of now, there are two main ways to pair your Sony Bluetooth headphones with another device, and these are through Bluetooth and the Near Field Communication (NFC) function. Most people are more familiar with plain Bluetooth, but NFC provides you with added convenience if your device supports it.

Before you begin to connect your headphones, it is highly advisable to reset the headphones’ Bluetooth connection first. You will start from a clean slate and have fewer complications during the connection procedure.

The steps you take in order to connect your headphones through Bluetooth differs slightly depending on whether or not your media player device supports NFC.

  1. How to Connect Sony Headphones via Bluetooth
  2. How to Connect Sony Headphones via NFC

1. How to Connect Sony Headphones via Bluetooth

  1. Make sure that your Sony Bluetooth headphones are off. You’ll know the device is off if there aren’t any lights on.
  2. Put the headphones next to the device you want to connect it to. Make sure that the device is on.
  3. Press and hold the power button on your headphones for about 7 seconds. This will put it in pairing mode which will allow it to pair up with your device.
  4. Release the button when you see the light indicator blinking quickly (usually flashing red/green and blue).
The button that you have to hold down to enter Pairing mode usually differs depending on the specific product or device, but for Sony headphones, it’s usually the power button. When in doubt, just check the instruction manual of the Bluetooth headphones.

Right now, your headphones should be in Pairing mode, so it’s time to do the pairing procedure on the media player device.

Although there are different ways to pair your headphones depending on the type of device you’re using, it usually involves you selecting the model number of your headphones in a list of detected devices that appear on the display of your media player device. Also, there is a possibility for the Bluetooth connection to start automatically.

In the rare occasion that a passcode input is required on your media player device, simply input “0000”.

If you’ve done everything correctly so far, you should have successfully paired and connected your Sony Bluetooth headphones to your corresponding media player device.

2. How to Connect Sony Headphones via NFC

Note: Not all mobile phones or devices support the NFC function. Refer to your product’s manual to see if yours does.
  1. Open your mobile phone and enable your NFC function. You can usually find and toggle this option in the Settings of your smartphone.
    Activate NFC on Android
  2. Hold the phone to the N-mark of the headphones or speaker until you hear a short sound or your phone vibrates. This signals that your media player device and Sony Bluetooth headphones are paired and connected.
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    NFC pairing with Sony WF-1000XM3

It’s important to note that once you pair your Bluetooth headphones to a device, there’s no need to pair them up again, except when:

  • You perform a factory reset on the device.
  • Your smartphone underwent some repairs and had its pairing information removed in the process.
  • The maximum number of Bluetooth devices that can be paired with your phone is reached. When you try to update a pairing list that is already full, the oldest pairing information will be overwritten and replaced with the newest one.
  • The pairing information has been manually deleted from the list of paired devices on the Bluetooth source device.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Various Source Devices

This section will show you how to pair your Sony Bluetooth headphones with different source devices. This includes Android, iPhone, Windows 10 computer, MAC, gaming consoles, and more.

Please refer to the specific part of this section that corresponds with the appropriate device that you’re using in order to be properly guided accordingly.

Depending on your headset, these instructions can also work for other types of wireless headphones as well.
  1. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Android
  2. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to iPhone
  3. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Laptop (Windows 10)
  4. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to MAC
  5. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to PS4
  6. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Nintendo Switch
  7. How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to TV

Since Sony isn’t compatible with Xbox, using this brand of Bluetooth headphones will require different workarounds with different merits. With that, it’s best to follow our separate guide on how to connect any Bluetooth headphones to Xbox One.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Android

With Android having a much larger global market share than iOS, there’s a good chance that you’re using an Android smartphone to pair up with your Sony Bluetooth headphones. Here’s how you pair the two easily.

  1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  2. If your Android smartphone isn’t already unlocked, unlock the phone now.
  3. Navigate to the Settings of your Android smartphone and toggle on Bluetooth.
  4. Click on “Bluetooth” and you should see the list of paired and available devices.
    List of paired Bluetooth devices on Android
  5. You should be able to see the model number of your headset on that list, so go ahead and click on that. This should connect both devices successfully.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to iPhone

If you’re using an iPhone, here’s how you can connect it with your Sony Bluetooth headphones or earbuds.

  1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  2. Unlock your iPhone screen.
  3. Go to the Settings of your iPhone and click on Bluetooth.
  4. Turn on your iPhone’s Bluetooth by clicking on the toggle.
  5. Once Bluetooth is on, you should be able to see the list of paired and available devices.
    List of paired devices on an iPhone (From: support.apple.com).
  6. Click on the model number of your Sony Bluetooth headset. This should connect both devices successfully.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Laptop (Windows 10)

If you’re using your Sony Bluetooth headphones and want to connect it to your Windows 10 laptop or computer, here’s what you have to do.

  1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  2. On your Windows 10 laptop, right-click the Windows icon found at the lower-left corner of the taskbar and click on Settings.
  3. Select Devices. You’ll then find yourself on the Bluetooth & other devices page.
  4. Click the slider under Bluetooth to enable Bluetooth on your computer.
  5. Click on Add Bluetooth or other device which can be found just above the slider.
  6. On the Add a device window that pops up, select Bluetooth.
    Adding a Bluetooth device on Windows 10
  7. You’ll see a list of available devices, so just click on the model number of your headphones.
  8. A window pop up will inform you that the device has been connected.

If you encounter any connectivity problems, check out our guide on how to connect bluetooth headphones to PC.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to MAC

  1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
    The Sony WF-1000XM3 earbuds emits blue indicator lights when in pairing mode.
  2. On your MAC, navigate to System Preferences which can be found on the lower part of your screen on the taskbar.
  3. Click on Bluetooth. Turn Bluetooth on if it isn’t already yet.
    Check if Bluetooth on Mac is turned on or off
  4. You’ll see a list of available devices, so just click on the model number of your headphones and select Connect from the pop-up menu that appears. This should connect both devices successfully.
    You can see that the Sony WF-1000XM3 is found in active pairing mode.

To seamlessly switch your connection from your phone to Mac, we have a detailed breakdown on Sony’s multipoint connection. But if any other issues arise, go to our article on how to connect any bluetooth headphones to Mac.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to PS4

Connecting your Sony Bluetooth Headphones to your PS4 allows you to enjoy a more immersive gaming experience. Here’s what you have to do.

    1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
    2. On your PS4, go to your Settings, then select Devices.
    3. Go to Bluetooth Devices and from there you can see a list of available devices.
      List of available Bluetooth devices on PS4 (From: businessinsider.com).
    4. Just select the model number of your headphones that appears in the list. This should connect both devices successfully.
If you can’t find your headphones on the list, just restart your headphones or PS4.

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch doesn’t actually support a direct Bluetooth connection with headphones. That’s why we’ll be providing you with a workaround that involves using a USB-C adapter with a USB Bluetooth dongle or a Bluetooth audio transmitter with an audio-in jack.

Bluetooth Headphones, USB-C Adapter with USB Dongle, and Nintendo Switch (From: youtube.com/user/S1RLANC3).

Connecting to Nintendo Switch using a USB-C adapter and USB dongle

  1. Turn on the Nintendo Switch.
  2. Connect your USB-C adapter to the Switch. You can find the port at the bottom side of the Switch.
  3. Connect your Sony headphones’ USB dongle to the USB-C adapter.
  4. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  5. Your headphones should now automatically communicate with the Switch.
  6. If you’ve followed the steps correctly, you should see a notification prompt at the top-left corner of the screen indicating that sounds from your Switch are being routed to your Sony headphones.

Connecting to Nintendo Switch using a Bluetooth audio transmitter

  1. Turn on the Nintendo Switch.
  2. Connect your Bluetooth audio transmitter to the Switch. You can do this by connecting one end of the audio cord to the audio port found at the top part of the Switch, and the other end to the input port of your Bluetooth audio transmitter.
  3. Put your transmitter in Pairing mode. For most types of transmitters, you can usually do this just by pressing a button until you see some lights flashing on the device.
  4. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  5. Your Sony Bluetooth headphones should automatically connect with the audio transmitter at this point. You’ll know everything is working correctly once you can hear the audio from the Switch through your headphones.

If these don’t work, we have a whole guide on how to connect Bluetooth headphones to Switch. Feel free to check it out!

How to Connect Sony Bluetooth Headphones to TV

Sometimes, you just want to enjoy your favorite TV series with the best surround sound experience without having to wake up the kids in the next room. Luckily, there are a great selection of Bluetooth headphones for TV out there. Some of those are from Sony! The best way to do so is to put on your favorite pair of Sony wireless headphones and connect it to your TV with these simple steps.

  1. Turn on your Bluetooth headphones by holding down the power button for a few seconds until you see the indicator flashing and hear a voice guide saying “Power on”.
  2. Enable Bluetooth on your TV. Every smart TV has a different way to toggle its Bluetooth function, but they almost always involve navigating to the Settings > Sound > Bluetooth options.
  3. Once you’ve enabled Bluetooth on your TV, it will make a scan around the room for any available Bluetooth devices. A list of available devices will appear and you should see your Sony Bluetooth headphones on that list.
    List of available Bluetooth devices on TV
  4. Go ahead and select your headphones. Your TV’s audio should now play out from your Sony headset.
These instructions are only applicable to TVs that have built-in Bluetooth function. If your TV doesn’t support Bluetooth, you would need the help of a Bluetooth audio transmitter. Check out our article that gives you instructions on how to do so.

Troubleshooting: Connecting to Sony Bluetooth Headphones

In this section, you can find some of the most common issues and questions people ask when connecting their Sony Bluetooth headphones to their device.

Why can’t I connect my Sony Bluetooth headphones?

More often than not, the reason why you can’t connect your Bluetooth headphones with a desired device is because it is currently paired up and connected with another previously connected device.

Chances are, your headphones are connected and paired with multiple devices, which is why you have to check your previously connected device and disconnect it from your headphones. After doing that, you can try connecting your Sony headphones with your desired device again.

Why can’t I connect my Sony headphones to a previous device?

Although Sony headphones can pair up with multiple devices, they cannot connect to several devices at the same time. Your headphones may not be able to connect to a previously paired device due to it being currently connected with your current device.

Simply disconnect the Bluetooth connection you have with your current device, and your Sony headphones should be able to automatically connect to the previously paired device.

How do I put my Sony headphones in pairing mode?

To put your Sony headphones in pairing mode, just press and hold the power button for a few seconds. You’ll know it’s in pairing mode when you can see the indicator blinking red and blue.

Conclusion

Because you have all the necessary information and instructions in this in-depth guide, you should be able to connect your Sony Bluetooth headphones to any kind of device. Now you don’t have to worry about not being able to enjoy high-quality surround sound with the ease of a wireless Bluetooth technology on your Sony headphones.

How do you feel about the guide overall? Did it help you with your connection problems? Feel free to let us know down in the comments below.

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Sony SRS-X55 Troubleshooting

No matter what you do, the speaker won't turn on.

First, press and hold the reset button. If this doesn't work, make sure the power cord is firmly connected to the speaker and power source. If the speaker still won't turn on, the battery may be drained. If charging successfully, the CHARGE indicator lights up in orange. Charging is completed in four hours and the indicator turns off.

It is possible that nothing is happening because the charger is bad. If nothing else has worked, check the cord for damage. It may need to be replaced.

If the battery will not charge and you have pressed the reset button, the power cord is not damaged and it still will not supply power, the problem may be in the logic board [insert troubleshooting guide on replacing the logic board].

I keep trying to connect the device but the Bluetooth doesn't work.

Press and hold the reset button. Then, go into settings on your device and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on. The device you want to pair should be closely placed to the speaker. When the speaker is close enough to the pairing device, the Bluetooth light will flash quickly in white. If not, hold the pairing button down until it beeps and the light flashes quickly.

The process for pairing devices can vary. For example, it may involve entering a code into your device or touching the two devices together. In the case of this speaker, its name will appear on the list of "other devices" and you click the name to connect.

Try using the reset button. If the device is connected but you do not hear sound from the speaker, check to make sure the speaker is not connected to a different device. The SRS-X55 is able to connect multiple devices but will play sound from only one device. If you have multiple devices connected, either disconnect them or make your desired device the main one. If this does not work, the problem may be within the Bluetooth antenna [insert Bluetooth antenna replacement guide link].

The speaker is not producing sound when using the auxiliary cord.

Firmly connect the auxiliary cord to one or both devices.

Firmly connect the auxiliary cord to one or both devices. If this does not solve the issue, replace the auxiliary cord.

Firmly connect the auxiliary cord to one or both devices. If this does not solve the issue, check the number of rings on the audio jack. If there are only two rings, your device is not compatible. If there are three rings, replace the auxiliary cord. If this does not work, the problem may be with the auxiliary cord jack [insert auxiliary cord replacement guide link].

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