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Hey guy just trying to figure out how can i pair my headset with my new panasonic tv. Both have bluetooth.

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If the headset is discoverable, then the tv should see it and allow you to pair with it. Consult the owner's manual for both devices on how to pair.
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I just don't know where to go to find the option on my tv. I can pair my headset to my ipad u see the bluetooth option in the ipad. On the tv I don't see anything that is related to the bluetooth.
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According to the Q&A section on Panasonic's site under your TV model number it says:

In order to register your Bluetooth device, you need to go to the Setup Menu and select "Bluetooth settings". From here, you will select "Bluetooth devices" and follow the directions on the screen to register your device. If the device does not register, we suggest trying another Bluetooth device to verify if any Bluetooth device can be register with the TV.

That being said, I wouldn't necessarily count on Panasonic having the right bleutooth drivers/profiles to support using bluetooth headphones. I think the bluetooth is mainly just for the 3D glasses, I could be wrong though. Suprisingly the manual doesn't say much of anything about menus and bluetooth section, so I don't really know.

Actually I just noticed at the bottom of the tech specs page it does mentions A2DP support, so you may be in luck.
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Thanks alot. I will try it when I get home. I was wondering why it did not mention anything about the bluetooth in the manaul.
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Thanks everyone. It worked great. I paired my headset and bluetooth keyboard perfectly fine.
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