Pairing the MindSet with Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8
- If your Mac already has Bluetooth, skip ahead to Step 2.
Otherwise, plug in the Bluetooth adapter included with your
- Ensure that the USB cable is not connected to the MindSet (the
USB cable is for charging only).
- Make sure the MindSet is powered on, and then put it into
pairing mode by pushing IN the Media
Button for 3 seconds. Be sure to push it straight into the
earcup and hold it until the red and blue lights flash rapidly to
indicate “Pairing Mode”.
- On your Mac, open System Preferences, and click on the
- Click on the ** + ** button in the lower-left to add a new
- The Bluetooth Setup Assistant will now search for
devices. Allow the Bluetooth Setup Assistant to finish
searching for Bluetooth devices.
- Select the MindSet device and click
- If prompted for a passkey, enter in
- Quit the Bluetooth Setup Assistant after pairing is complete.
If the connection is unreliable and/or static noise is present, please un-pair and power off all nearby bluetooth devices to eliminate interference.
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