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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, 8 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, 5 months ago
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Jazpaul
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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, 8 months ago
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audio from both TV and headphones possible at once?

We got a pair for my hard of hearing uncle So the rest of the apartment doesn't have to listen to a loud tv. Most of the time more than one of us are watching. Headphone Jack seems to cut TVs speaker audio. Is there any way to have dual audio?
1 year, 5 months ago
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I do this with my computer, where I have both the headphones and the speakers running at the same time. I can turn the speakers on and off as needed, but never have to mess with plugs. You just need to buy a splitter, to turn your one headphone jack into two. They are only a couple bucks.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Andrew
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answer 2
Plug them into the cable box instead of the TV
1 year, 4 months ago
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Fishers, Indiana
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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.
1 year, 4 months ago
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Bill
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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
1 year ago
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markg599
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answer 2
Follow the "Sound Interference" troubleshooting tips found in the user manual: http://www.rocketfishproducts.com/products/home-theater/RF-WHP212.html.
1 year, 1 month ago
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Can I use my iPod with this product ?

1 year, 2 months ago
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Yes, it comes with a standard 1/8 inch headphone jack. You'll just want to connect the base to the ipod using this and you're good to go!
1 year ago
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monkey4rewards
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Rockford, IL
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Yes, that is what my husband use it with.
1 year, 1 month ago
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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?
11 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.
11 months ago
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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.
11 months ago
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Headphone power/pairing indicator light not working at all ?

The wireless headphones are not working at all. I made sure the batteries are installed correctly and have been charged. I tried power cycling the docking station by unplugging it and plugging it back in and I tried another power outlet ALL to NO avail. The docking station appears ok but the headphone power/pairing indication lamp (red/blue) NEVER comes on ? If I am doing something wrong please let me know ?
 
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11 months ago
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mcginnis
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Once you receive this unit you should charge it for atleast 12 hours.
After you retrieve the headset from its docking station you will have to make an EFFORT to move/slide the HS activation on base of headset where you will find the two brass charging squares,

It may take you a few times to slide the switch but the BLUE light will come on aside one of the earpieces and you will know the unit is functioning correctly and you will hear your TV broadcast, adjustable and all, by merely tapping one of the ear pieces: loud or soft.

Placing the headset back into the cradle is a bit tricky but remember BRASS on BRASS and the RED charging light will come on.

You will get the hang of all of this and enjoy............

If none of my suggestion works return the product and get a new one as it is a fairly priced, and utilitarian, product.
10 months ago
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Joe1Blokes
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answer 2
It sounds as if you've gone through the necessary troubleshooting steps, and if you are still experiencing issues, I would recommend taking your RF-WHP212 headset, along with your receipt, back to the place of purchase to pursue warranty options.
10 months ago
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Can Other wireless devices be used at same time you use the TV

Can you listen to tv with the Rocketfish whp212A and someone else in the same room be using their wireless Ipad without you having interference and not being able to listen to the tv?
9 months ago
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TVEARS
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Yes you may use other wireless devices at the same time as using these. Most wireless networks can operate in range of other networks using different channels, or using particular protocols.
7 months ago
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GSMike
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Florida
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I use these headphones and also am on my ipad with no problem at all.
8 months ago
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Soocki
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Does it work on tablet?

I was wondering if these work for iPads? If so how?
8 months ago
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Yes. Tablets have bluetooth connectivity. Connect your tablet to the headphones via Bluetooth.
8 months ago
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DataWarehouseProgrammer
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Tampa, FL
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Yes they does work with the ipad, i currently own an ipad, ipod and iphone 5S. And I am also able to make calls using the mic also.
8 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?
8 months ago
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Blu tooth will probably give you the least interference, but RF should work as well.
7 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.
8 months ago
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Are these compatable with a Sony Bravia KDL 40S4100 tv?

8 months ago
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Yes they should be able to connect to the RCA out ports on that TV
7 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.
8 months ago
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