The PlayStation 3 (PS3), developed by Sony, is a multimedia machine that plays games for the original PlayStation and PS3, Blu-ray and DVD movies, and music from MP3s and CDs. The PS3 is tethered by as few wires as possible, with the controllers connected by Bluetooth and the Internet connected via Wi-Fi. The same is true for headsets and headphones, making it easy to keep your gaming session to yourself, all without wires. The steps are the same to connect both headsets and headphones.
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Things you need
- PlayStation 3
- Bluetooth headset or headphones
Charge the Bluetooth headset and follow the instructions to put it into "pairing mode."
Power up your PlayStation 3. Doing so will bring up the main menu, called the XCrossMediaBar, or XMB.
Scroll to the "Settings" option on the XMB and scroll down to select "Accessory Settings."
Select the "Register Bluetooth Device" option.
Select the "Register Headset/Microphone/Headphones" option. At "Start Scanning," select "Yes."
Enter the pairing code provided by the maker of the headphones. In most cases, the default code is "0000."
On the XMB at "Settings," select "Audio Device Settings." Change both the "Output Device" and the "Input Device" to your device.
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