How do you reset Turtle Beach PX4?
To power off and hard reset the headset, press and hold its MUTE button for 15 seconds. You may hear a sound as the headset turns off completely and the remaining power in its circuits discharges. For all headsets: Once you’re done, connect the transmitter’s USB power cable, then power on the headset.
Why does my Turtle Beach headset not work?
The microphone on your Turtle Beach headphones won’t work if you’re using the incorrect, or outdated version of the headphone driver. Updating your headphone drivers is a quick and easy solution to fix the issue of your mic not working. You can either update the drivers manually or automatically.
How do I connect my Turtle Beach PX4 to my phone?
PX4 – Test Bluetooth with Mobile Phone
- 1) Power the headset on but make sure the Bluetooth is turned off.
- 2) Set your mobile phone to search for Bluetooth devices.
- 3) Hold the BT/Bluetooth button on the headset down until the Bluetooth LED starts flashing red and blue alternately.
Why can’t I hear my game audio through my headset Turtle Beach?
PS4: If you are only able to hear game audio when the headset is plugged into the controller, it is likely the transmitter is not paired to the headset and Settings > Devices > Audio Devices > Output to Headphones is set to ‘All’ and not ‘Chat Audio’.
Why does my wireless Turtle Beach headset keep turning off?
If the timer does not detect game audio or mic audio for a set period of time, the headset will enter its auto shut-off mode. It will issue a warning. If it still has not picked up any audio through its game channel or from its microphone in that time, it will turn itself off.
Why won’t my Turtle Beach headset connect to my phone?
To fix a pairing problem, power off the headset and the Bluetooth on your device. Then, power the Turtle Beach headset back on and press the Bluetooth button. Now turn on the Bluetooth on your device. They should pair.
How do I pair a wireless headset to the Px4?
The following pairing instructions apply to the PX4. In order to hear game audio, a wireless headset must be paired to its transmitter. The headset and transmitter are paired out of the box. The instructions below are only necessary if pairing appears to have been lost.
What can I do if my headset won’t pair?
– Make sure the headset’s battery is fully charged. If the battery power is low, the headset will not pair properly. – Make sure the headset and transmitter are 2 to 3 feet apart (about an arm’s length) when pairing. If they’re right on top of one another, they will not pair properly.
How do I know if my Bluetooth headset is connected?
You will hear two beeps (headset on), followed by three ascending beeps (Bluetooth on), then the second set of two beeps (pairing headset). The Power LED on the Headset should now be blinking rapidly like the transmitter (twice per second).
Why won’t my headset pair with the transmitter?
If the battery power is low, the headset will not pair properly. – Make sure the headset and transmitter are 2 to 3 feet apart (about an arm’s length) when pairing. If they’re right on top of one another, they will not pair properly.