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Rocketfish - Over-the-Ear 2.4GHz Digital Wireless Stereo Headphones

Listen to your favorite music with the freedom to move around with these Rocketfish™ RF-WHP212 over-the-ear digital headphones that utilize 2.4GHz wireless technology to offer a range up to 98' with quality sound.
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Headphones won't pair to docking station. Could they be pairing to something else?Like my roku?The blue light keeps flashing on the station but solid

Solid blue on headphonesb
1 year, 3 months ago
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I have the same problem but the stations blue light is solid and my headphones light stays blinking.. I have tried it every which way possible and no luck. I have also owned other wireless headphones and had no problem pairing. Problem is I cant find the receipt.. Any help would be much appreciated!
1 year ago
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Jazpaul
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answer 2
I have the same problem and RocketFish product support told me that I probably have a faulty unit and should return it. I also was wondering if there was something else that was preventing the unit from pairing up? I hope someone can post a reason for this soon or mine are going back to Best Buy.
1 year, 3 months ago
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How do I connect two headphones to one charging station?

My wife and I bought two of these headphones. We attached one charging station to the TV in the living room and the other to the TV in the den. We charged them both, and they both work with the charger they came with, but we are not able to watch the same TV using both headsets. How do we connect both headphones to one station?
9 months ago
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aspidernamedspike
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Springfield, MO
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Try to pair both of them with one charging station
7 months ago
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cmuu
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New York, NY
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answer 2
The headset and base are paired to each other at the factory and cannot be paired to other devices. Each headset must be used with its corresponding base.
8 months ago
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Will my tv sound turn off when I plug the docking station in?

1 year, 1 month ago
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TV volume on my set is independent of headphone volume settings. But this may not be the case for all TV audio outputs. :{
7 months ago
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McCaptain
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New Jersey
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The TV sound does not turn off nor does it control the volume to the headset. Assuming that you are connecting the headset base to the source (TV or stereo) using audio cables (which are provided).
11 months ago
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can these headset work on a tv with hdmi connection in use?

my tv has a audio in connection attached to hdmi, but instructions for headset said and audio out is needed on tv. is there an adapter or any other way around this?
8 months ago
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The base for the headphones only accepts rca connections (the old red/white connection). So you will need an audio out on your tv to connect to the base.
8 months ago
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monkey4rewards
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Rockford, IL
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The headset be connected to an audio output from the TV or a connected source device. If you don't have a 3.5mm or RCA audio output on the TV you can try connecting it to an audio output of your Cable/Satellite box to get sound to the headset instead.
8 months ago
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How do you use 2 sets at one time without interference?

I am trying to use two sets (RF-WHP212-A) side by side but they appear to be interfering with each other. Either works fine if the other is off. Connect is somewhat broken when both are on.
11 months ago
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Bill
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Galloway, Oh
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I was told by best buy that two sets must be purchased and would work fine. if yours do not I would bring them back
7 months ago
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markg599
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meriden ct
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Follow the "Sound Interference" troubleshooting tips found in the user manual: http://www.rocketfishproducts.com/products/home-theater/RF-WHP212.html.
8 months ago
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question about rocketfish rf-whp212

is it really wireless no need to hook up to tv
1 year, 1 month ago
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A black box: charger, storage stand, & transmitter does get plugged into the audio output from your chosen source, in my case a TV. From there the headphones are wireless
7 months ago
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McCaptain
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New Jersey
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answer 2
The headset base must be connected to the TV or stereo amplifier using the provided (or purchased) Left/Right audio cables (RCA jacks). The headset itself is wireless, but the base it is paired to must be connected to the source (TV or stereo) using audio cables.
11 months ago
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Do these headphones charge via Direct Contact?

4 months, 3 weeks ago
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MikeH
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Suffield, CT
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When not in use the headphones sit in a base which charges them.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Drew62
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Santa cruz CA
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Yes. The headphones set in a docking station and charge from a set of contacts at the bottom of the left ear piece. If they are put in backwards they will not charge and the "charge in progress" light will not come on.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Pseudotech
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South Lebanon, OH
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Digital optical audio out

My T.V only has a digital optical audio out. Do any headphones have a copatible plug
that can be used in this receptical?
7 months ago
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It's very uncommon to have headphones use optical connections. But if you have an amplifier/receiver, those usually have an optical input with RCA or headphone jack outputs. It's more expensive to have to buy a receiver, but that's probably the only way to make that work.
6 months ago
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Bamadog
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answer 2
You can use a device like the DX-SF110

http://www.dynexproducts.com/products/cables-cords-adapters/DX-SF110.html

to convert the optical cable to an RCA that the NS-R2001 can use or often you can connect the sound from the other devices directly to the receiver. Connecting the cable or satellite box directly to the stereo receiver.
6 months ago
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What to use for 6 pairs of wireless headphones--infrared? RF? Blu tooth? What will work best?

can six pairs of these be used in the same room listening to different audio sources or TV's?
would that cause major interference? I need 6 pairs to work simultaneously off of 6 different TV's. Would this work or is infrared or blu tooth headphones a better answer?
3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Blu tooth will probably give you the least interference, but RF should work as well.
3 months ago
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GSMike
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Florida
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we used three so far and had absolutely no problems at all.
3 months ago
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wrights3
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Baltimore, md
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Are these compatable with a Sony Bravia KDL 40S4100 tv?

3 months, 2 weeks ago
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Yes they should be able to connect to the RCA out ports on that TV
3 months ago
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GSMike
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Florida
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Mine are currently used with my 40 inch Sony Bravia and work fine..I did connect them through the audio output of my cable box though.
3 months ago
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