Bluetooth headphones can be a great way to listen to music without the hassle of wires and cords. They are also a fantastic option for exercise because they don’t impede movement. Philips is one of the leading brands when it comes to Bluetooth technology, and their latest device offers up to 10 hours of battery life with an in-built microphone that allows you to take hands-free calls on your phone or tablet.
If you’re ready for some wireless freedom, Here’s how to pair Philips Bluetooth Headphones!
Step by Step Process on How to Pair Philips Bluetooth Headphones
- Make sure your headphones are charged and that the battery indicator is green. If it’s not, plug them in to charge for a few hours before attempting to connect them with any other device.
- Turn on Bluetooth by going into Settings and selecting “Bluetooth” or pressing the power button until you see an icon of one bar. This will enable your new Philips Headphones so they can be found by nearby devices that also have Bluetooth enabled.
- Select “Philips ” from the list of available connections and input security code 0000 if prompted (this may vary depending on how old your phone is). Your new earphones should now say connected! You’re ready to listen wirelessly wherever you like – just remember to switch off Bluetooth on your phone before you put them away.
- Once turned on, the device will automatically connect with any other devices that are in the range that also has BlueTooth enabled and has a new connection to accept incoming connections.
- To disconnect from another device long-press the power button until it says “disconnect” or go into Settings > Bluetooth and select ‘Philips’. If this doesn’t work correctly for you then turn off your headphones by holding down the power button for six seconds.
- If there is no indication of how old they are, Please charge them fully first for up to 12 hours (this may vary depending on how often they were used). This ensures that they’re charged enough to be connected wirelessly continuously.
- Put them on how you would wear normal earphones, and make sure they’re in the right position for your ears.
- Hold down the power button until it says “pairing” or go into Settings > Bluetooth and select ‘Philips ‘. If this doesn’t work correctly for you then turn off your headphones by holding down the power button for six seconds.
- When a prompt appears on any devices within range, enter pairing code 0000 (six zeros). This will be required to pair with more than one device at once which is not possible using Bluetooth technology without doing so manually through settings menus of each individual device; while also being limited up to four different connections simultaneously when used wirelessly.
- Your headphones should now be paired successfully. You can confirm this by how the power button changes from “pairing” to either ‘on’ or the number of hours that your battery is charged for.
It’s never been easier to quickly and easily pair your Philips Bluetooth Headphones with a variety of compatible devices so that you can enjoy the ultimate in wireless music freedom. We hope this blog post has helped give you an idea of How to Pair Philips Bluetooth Headphones
The top tip is making sure they’re in position and comfortable; it’s also important to make sure there are no breaks, tears, or kinks in the cord before putting them on as these will affect sound quality and how well you’ll hear what’s going on around you. If using for sports then try not wearing anything too heavy or tight that may impair circulation so ensure a correct fit with enough room at chest level if exertion persists during activity – don’t forget ear protection when participating outdoors!