Sony first released the PlayStation 3 gaming console in 2006, following up with modified versions of the console since then. One thing all versions of the PlayStation 3 have in common is the ability to use the official PlayStation 3 Bluetooth headset. According to Sony, if you have difficulty getting your official headset to work, you can try a few troubleshooting methods to remedy the problem.
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Verify your PlayStation 3 controller is properly turned on. A red light on the top of the controller indicates it is powered on.
Pair the headset to the console. Select "Accessory Settings" within the "Settings" menu. Choose "Manage Bluetooth Devices" and follow the on-screen instructions
Plug the headset to the console via USB cable. The device may not be charged.
Turn off extra Bluetooth devices. The PlayStation can only handle seven Bluetooth connections at a time.
Lessen the distance between you and the console. Bluetooth devices only function with devices within a 30-foot radius.
Move other devices away from the area. Devices such as cell phones and other Bluetooth peripherals could obstruct the connection.
Move the PlayStation 3 if it is in a potentially shielded location, such as an entertainment centre.
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