1. It is an audio adapter and recognized as a USB sound card / USB speaker when plugged in. No Bluetooth icon will appear on PC.
2. The pairing / connection via Bluetooth is between the DG60 and your headphones / speaker, not the PC.
Step 1: Plug the DG60 In.
Step 2: Get the DG60 into Pairing Mode.
1st-Time Use: It'll automatically enter pairing mode. The LED indicator will rapidly flash BLUE & WHITE.
Note 1.2: Non-1st Time Use: Press & Hold the MFB button on DG60 until the LED indicator starts flashing BLUE & WHITE rapidly.
Step 3: Put your Headphones/Speakers into Bluetooth Pairing Mode.
Headphone / Speaker 1st-Time Use: The Headphone/Speaker should enter pairing mode automatically when powered on.
Note 1.3: Non-1st-Time Use: Merely powering on WILL NOT get it into pairing mode, you'll need to do so manually. Please either refer to the brand list below or refer to your Headphone/Speaker's user manual. You also can search on Google. E.g. “Bose QC35 Bluetooth Pairing Mode”
Sony, Bose, Jabra, Apple, Beats, Google, Sennheiser, Amazon Echo, JBL, Philips, Panasonic, Audio Technica, Bang Olufsen, Skullcandy, Bowers & Wilkins
Note 1.4: It is important to turn your cellphone, PC or any other previously paired-with devices' Bluetooth function off to avoid interference.
With both devices in pairing mode, give them a few seconds. Once connected, the flashing on the DG60 will slow down.
If you still can't get DG60 to pair with your bluetooth headphones/speakers, please try to Factory reset DG60 and your devices and try again.
If you still have problem to pair DG60 with your bluetooth headphones/speaker after all the steps above, please fill the Troubleshooting Verification Form- Can Not Pair for us to identify the issue faster and solve the problem as soon as we can.