How to connect Sony headphones, earbuds, and speakers to Bluetooth devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops will be covered in detail in this article. If the steps appear to be different from those for your specific products and device, consult the manufacturer’s manual for your specific products and device.

How to Pair Sony Earbuds

Almost all modern Sony earbuds, including the WF-SP700N, WF-1000X, and WF-1000XM3, are programmed to automatically enter pairing mode the first time they are powered on. If this is the first time you’ve used the earbuds, simply removing them from their case will turn them on and put them into pairing mode for the first time. If this isn’t the first time you’ve used them, or if you want to pair them with a second device, remove the earbuds from their case and insert them into both ears while pressing and holding the power button for 10 seconds to get them to recognize the device.

1. Unlock your smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device, and turn on Bluetooth if it isn’t already turned on or enabled.

2. Open your Bluetooth settings.

  • On Android, Go to Settings > Connected devices Bluetooth. Select Pair new device.
  • On iOS: Go to Settings > Bluetooth > Other devices.
  • On Windows 10, select Add Bluetooth & other devices from within the Bluetooth menu.
  • On a Mac, go to the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Bluetooth. Find the Sony headphones on the right.

3. Look for the name of your Sony earbuds in the list of Bluetooth devices that are currently available. It should be selected once you’ve discovered where it is. As soon as you are prompted, confirm that you want to receive phone calls through your paired device.

Note: If you are asked to enter a password, pin code, or passcode, enter the number 0000.

How to Pair Sony Speakers

For Sony Speakers, the pairing procedure is the same as it is for the company’s other Bluetooth products.

1. Use the power button on the speaker to turn it on. In the event that you are turning on your device for the first time, the Bluetooth indicator will flash to inform you that the device has automatically entered pairing mode. The speaker must be disconnected from any other devices before you can pair it with another. Press and hold the power button until the speaker’s voice informs you that pairing mode has been entered.

2. Place your Sony Bluetooth speaker and your Bluetooth-enabled device within one meter of each other to ensure that they communicate properly.

3. Open the lock screen of your smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device and turn on Bluetooth if it isn’t already turned on.

4. Open your Bluetooth settings.

  • On Android, Go to Settings > Connected devices Bluetooth. Select Pair new device.
  • On iOS: Go to Settings > Bluetooth > Other devices.
  • On Windows 10, select Add Bluetooth & other devices from within the Bluetooth menu.
  • On a Mac, go to the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Bluetooth.

5. Look for the name of your Sony Speaker on the list of Bluetooth devices that are currently available. It should be selected once you’ve discovered where it is. As soon as you are prompted, confirm that you want to receive phone calls through your paired device.

Note: For the next five minutes, the speaker will remain in pairing mode. If you do not pair your device within that time frame, you will be required to re-enter pairing mode.

A steady light will replace the flashing power/Bluetooth LED indicator, indicating that the pairing has been successfully accomplished.

How to Pair Sony Headphones

Before attempting to pair your Sony headphones with any device, make sure that they are fully charged on your computer. If pairing fails, it’s possible that your headphones need to be recharged first.

1. If the headphones are already on, turn them off by pressing and holding the power button or the ID Set button for a few seconds. The button should be released when the indicator begins to blink rapidly. The Sony headphones will then be in the pairing mode when you turn them on. Initially, this will only take a couple of seconds, but on some headphones, it may take a little longer the second or third time you do it.

2. Place the headphones within one metre of your Bluetooth device to ensure that they are connected.

3. Unlock your smartphone or other Bluetooth-enabled device, and turn on Bluetooth if it isn’t already turned on or enabled.

4. Open your Bluetooth settings.

  • On Android, Go to Settings > Connected devices Bluetooth. Select Pair new device.
  • On iOS: Go to Settings > Bluetooth > Other devices.
  • On Windows 10, select Add Bluetooth & other devices from within the Bluetooth menu.
  • On a Mac, go to the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Bluetooth. Find the Sony headphones on the right.

5. Look for the name of your Sony headphones in the list of Bluetooth devices that are currently available. It should be selected once you’ve discovered where it is. As soon as you are prompted, confirm that you want to receive phone calls through your paired device.

How to Pair Sony Headphones, Earbuds, or Speakers using NFC

NFC (near-field communication) technology may make it easier to pair your Sony headphones, earbuds, or speaker with your Bluetooth-enabled device. NFC and Bluetooth must be enabled on your smart device before your Sony accessory can be used properly. Then, while holding your smart device close to the NFC logo (an N mark) on the Sony headphones, earbuds, or speakers, the NFC technology will activate.

If the pairing is successful, you may receive a notification on your device indicating that the process has been completed. Because NFC is a little finicky, if something doesn’t work the first time, try it again once or twice more.

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