Connecting the Walkman to a paired Bluetooth device
If the Walkman and a Bluetooth device have been paired before, the Bluetooth device is registered to the Walkman. You can connect the Walkman and the Bluetooth device easily.
- Turn on the Bluetooth function on the Bluetooth device, if necessary.
- On the library screen, tap the menu items in the following order.
– [Settings] – [Connect to/Add Audio Device] ([Bluetooth]).The Bluetooth connection screen will appear.
- Tap the Bluetooth switch to turn on the Bluetooth function.will appear in the information area.
- Tap the Bluetooth device.When the connection is established, [Connected] will appear.
- From the library screen, select and play a track.
To turn the Bluetooth function on or off
Tap the menu items in the following order.
– [Settings] – [Connect to/Add Audio Device] ([Bluetooth]).
Tap the Bluetooth switch to turn the Bluetooth function on or off.
To confirm the information for a device:
Tap beside the name of the Bluetooth device in the list and tap [Device Information].
To erase a registered device:
Tap beside the name of the Bluetooth device in the list and tap [Delete Device].
Follow the onscreen instructions. The pairing information will be erased.
- A shortcut is available for the Bluetooth function. You can tap on the [Settings] screen. The Walkman will automatically connect to the Bluetooth device that was connected the last time.
- If you connect a USB charger (not supplied), the Walkman will charge while maintaining the Bluetooth connection.
- If multiple names for a Bluetooth device are displayed, check the BD address of the Bluetooth device. For details on the BD address, refer to the manual of the Bluetooth device.
- If the Bluetooth device supports the NFC function, the Walkman and the Bluetooth device can be paired and connected by touching them together.
- The Walkman can stay connected to a Bluetooth device until you turn off the Bluetooth function. When you are not using the Bluetooth function, turn off the Bluetooth function.
- The battery life becomes considerably shorter when the Bluetooth function is active.
- There are some restrictions on sound output through a Bluetooth connection.
- Even if you connect a pair of headphones to a headphone jack, sound will not be output from the headphones. Sound is output from the Bluetooth device preferentially.
- You cannot listen to played-back sound wirelessly while the USB-DAC function is active.
- If sound is interrupted or skips during a Bluetooth connection, try the following.
- Place the Walkman and the Bluetooth device closer together.
- Select [SBC - Connection Preferred] by tapping the following menu items.
– [Settings] – [Audio Device Connection Settings] ([Bluetooth]) – [Wireless Playback Quality].
- A Bluetooth connection is terminated automatically in the following cases:
- The battery of the Walkman has run out.
- The Walkman is turned off.
- When there is an active Bluetooth connection, the sound quality settings are invalid.
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