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connecting wireless headphones

Why cant I connect my bluetooth headphones to my lg blue tooth sound bar

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Re: bluetooth

Connecting isn't the right word; it's commonly called "pairing".

Anyway:
- can you connect your headphones to another bluetooth audio source?
- can you connect other bluetooth headphones to this device?
- what sound bar exactly (model?)
- what headphones exactly?
- what happens when you try?

Kees

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(NT) It's a nb4540 sound bar with 4.1 Bluetooth
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sound bar model

The sound bar is nb4540
the only thing it is connected to at present is the lg sub woofer
when I press the funtion button on the remote is says ready but the head phones or my phone cant detect it.
the headphones I can connect with ease to my iphone and samsung tablet.
the head phones are bluedio 4.1 turbine

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Read the product pages on the NB4550

Can you point out where this soundbar transmits audio over bluetooth. I think you may be thinking of some other product.

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I'm going with that's how it works.

That is, all the bluetooth sound bars I see are bluetooth audio receivers. To connect from said bar over bluetooth the bar would have to be a Transmitter which none I've seen can do.

If the soundbar has a headphone jack, there are bluetooth audio transmitters that can plug in there.

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