Pairing your FILTER via Bluetooth is very simple, the first step in every case is to put your FILTER into pairing mode.
Pairing mode will always be entered FILTER for the first time without any cables plugged in (it should say "pairing"). If you'd like to add more devices later, you can put it into pairing mode again by double tapping the power button. Your FILTER should say "pairing" and the indicator LED on the front will start to flash blue.
If your Android support quick pairing, you should get a prompt as soon as your FILTER is put into pairing mode and is within range. Just click "connect" and your FILTER should automatically pair with your phone.
If your phone does not support quick pairing, put your FILTER in pairing mode and open your phone's settings. From settings, go to your Bluetooth menu and choose Audeze FILTER BT from the available devices list. Do not select "LE- Audeze FILTER BT".
Put your FILTER in pairing mode and open your phone's settings. From settings, go to your Bluetooth settings menu.
Choose Audeze FILTER BT from the available devices list. Do not select "LE- Audeze FILTER BT" if this appears.
Once the FILTER is connected, you will see this indicated under "My Devices".
FILTER is supported by Windows Swift pairing. If you have swift pair set up, all you have to do is put your FILTER in pairing mode and you'll get a prompt to connect:
To set up through your windows settings, you can go to settings > Bluetooth & devices > Add device > Bluetooth:
From your system preferences go to the Bluetooth menu:
From the Bluetooth menu, have your FILTER in pairing mode and click "Connect" next to Audeze Filter BT: