Follow these steps to connect your Strap Edge to your TV. There are several options to connect the Strap to your TV. You can choose between wired connection with an aux cable, using the TV’s Bluetooth (if exists), using an external Bluetooth transmitter, or using an HDMI audio extractor.
Important! To connect your gaming console - please refer to this section on our support portal.
When using Bluetooth, remember that once the pairing process is completed, the Strap will remain automatically be connected when turned on.
Important: Always set your TV volume to high/max, to ensure maximum effect. To control the headphones and sensation levels - use the Strap's control buttons.
Option 1: Using an aux cable connected to the TV
Press and hold the Strap's power button for 2 seconds until the Strap turns on.
Connect the provided 3.5mm aux cable - one end to the TV line-out jack and the other to the Strap’s audio input jack. The blue LED will appear constantly.
Connect your headphone to the Strap’s headphone jack.
Option 2: Using TV integral Bluetooth connection
Enter pairing mode by pressing the Strap's Power button for 5 seconds. The blue and red LEDs will blink alternately.
On your TV, enter pairing mode and locate Woojer Strap Edge.
Pair and connect the Strap with your TV. The blue LED will illuminate constantly.
Connect your headphone to the Strap's headphone jack.
Please note: If the TV's Bluetooth isn't a low-latency one, you may experience an audio delay. If that's the case, you should consider other types of connections.
Option 3: Using an external low-latency Bluetooth transmitter
For this type of connection, you will need an external Bluetooth transmitter.
Connect the transmitter to your TV by using either a 3.5mm cable or by using a digital audio cable (S/PDIF)
Pair your Strap with the Bluetooth transmitter: Enter pairing mode by pressing the Strap's Power button for 5 seconds. The blue and red LEDs will blink alternately. Refer to the transmitter manual for detailed pairing information.
Connecting your headphones: You can connect wired headphones directly to your Strap. Alternatively, if your Bluetooth transmitter is a dual-link one, you can pair both the Strap and your Bluetooth headphones, concurrently.
If your Bluetooth transmitter is a dual-link one, you can pair two Strap units at the same time. In this case, connect each one of them to wired headphones.
Here are some examples of low-latency Bluetooth transmitters:
Option 4: Using your TV Set-top box and an HDMI audio extractor
For this type of connection, you'll need an HDMI audio extractor.
Connect your set-top box HDMI output to an HDMI audio extractor, using an HDMI cable.
Connect the HDMI audio extractor to your TV, using an HDMI cable.
Connect your Strap to the audio extractor, using a 3.5mm cable.
Connect your headphones to the Strap's headphone jack.