The Stealth 420X wireless transmitter sends audio and chat between your game console and the Headset via digital RF signal. In order for the headset and transmitter to communicate properly, they must be paired. When the headset is paired to the transmitter, both the Connection Status LED on the transmitter and the Power LED on the headset will be a solid green. If the LED on the transmitter is blinking and the LED on the headset is double blinking, then the headset has lost pairing to the transmitter. In that case, you will need to perform the pairing procedure detailed below.
The Stealth 420X headset ships already paired to the transmitter for wireless communication, so these instructions are only necessary if the headset has lost pairing to the transmitter. This may occur if the headset is out of range of the transmitter for a long period of time or if the battery has run very low.
Stealth 420X Pairing Instructions
1. Disconnect the headset charging cable if it is currently plugged in and power the headset OFF. If it is on, hold the Power Button on the right ear cup for five seconds and you will hear a voice prompt announce "Powering Off".
2. Insert a paperclip (or something similar) into the pinhole on the transmitter to press the Pair Button, until the transmitter's Connection Status LED flashes rapidly.
Note: the Pair Button on the Transmitter is recessed in a pinhole to prevent accidental operation. Do not use an object with a sharp, pointed end to press the Pair Button.
3. Press and hold the Power Button on the headset until the headset's Power LED flashes rapidly. You will hear a voice prompt announce "Powering On", then "Pairing Headset".
4. After around 10 seconds, the Connection Status LED on the transmitter and the Power LED on the headset will turn a solid green. You will also hear a "Headset Paired" voice prompt to confirm that the pairing process was successful.
If you are having any difficulty pairing your headset and transmitter, please contact our Support Team for additional assistance.