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By RanjithKumar Aila on February 20, 2015
This guide will help you correctly "pair" either you Motorola H500 or Jabra BT125 bluetooth wireless headset. This guide also works for the Jabra BT125 that comes with the Warhawk package for the PS3. This guide will work if you have a fully charged headset and are sure the headset is in perfect condition. Also it is …
This guide will help you correctly "pair" either you Motorola H500 or Jabra BT125 bluetooth wireless headset. This guide also works for the Jabra BT125 that comes with the Warhawk package for the PS3. This guide will work if you have a fully charged headset and are sure the headset is in perfect condition. Also it is recommended that you have the latest PS3 Firmware which can be found and downloaded under settings>>network update. I wrote this guide while my PS3 was in firmware version 2.01 . I personally believe that these 2 headsets are the best Bluetooth ones for the PS3 system, however between the two, I choose to use my Jabra more often. It stays connected better and it will pair without fail. Sometimes the Motorola one has had trouble but I had no idea what the cause of it was. If you are using this as a buying guide I suggest you get the Jabra because it has never failed for me.Anyway, on to the instructions: Setup for both of these headsets is the same so the following steps work for both of them: Make sure the headset is fully charged. When you first plug the headset into it's charging source the light on it will turn on and stay on. When it is done charging the light will turn off. Now press and hold the call button on the Motorola or the light on the Jabra until the light is solid (not blinking). It is now in pairing mode and must be in this mode if you ever have to reconnect it again. If the light is solid, go to your PS3's XMB ( the main menu ). Now scroll over to Settings>>Accessory Settings>>Register Bluetooth Device. Now click register headset. Click yes and then start scanning, make sure the light for your headset is on and still solid. At this point I suggest you put the headset on you ear. Once it has detected the headset you will have to put in the headset's pin. The default headset's pin is "0000". So if the headset is brand new that's what it will be. Once it has registered you should hear a beep and the headset's light should now be flashing normally. Now back in your accessory settings go to Audio Device Settings and for both the input and output devices select the headset you want to use. If the headset shows up greyed out either click Connect(Bluetooth) or press the call button(for the Motorola) or the light(for the Jabra) on the headset Once only. With the headset now selected speak and if the sound bars light up that means you're good to go. Now just select OK at the bottom and you have successfully connected your bluetooth headset to your ps3.
By Cindy on January 22, 2009
I use this to listen to podcasts. I have a small utility on my WM5 phone that transfers speaker audio to the headset. This happens to me when I am listening to a podcast and then when a phone call comes. The caller is not able to listen to my voice at all. All other times it works pretty well.
By Ashutosh on November 1, 2006