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VIVE Wireless Adapter Full Pack (VIVE Pro/VIVE Pro Eye/VIVE Cosmos)
Setting up your computer
Setting up VIVE Pro and VIVE Pro Eye
- Setting up VIVE Pro/VIVE Pro Eye with the wireless adapter
- Replacing the headset cable
- Replacing the head pad
- Attaching the wireless adapter to VIVE Pro/VIVE Pro Eye
- Installing the VIVE Wireless app
- Pairing VIVE Wireless Adapter with your computer
- Updating the VIVE Wireless app
- Changing VIVE Wireless settings
Setting up VIVE Cosmos
Multiuser VR with VIVE Pro and VIVE Pro Eye
Multiuser VR with VIVE Cosmos
Solutions and FAQs
Information and support
VIVE Cosmos FAQ
How do I set the audio output for VIVE Cosmos when I'm using it with VIVE Wireless Adapter?
When using VIVE Cosmos with VIVE Wireless Adapter, you can only choose VIVE Cosmos Multimedia Audio as the playback device, since it's been tested to provide better wireless audio performance.
- On your computer, click the speaker icon in the Windows® system tray. Then click the arrow to see the full list of playback devices.
VIVE Cosmos Multimedia Audio from the menu.
Note: The menu shows audio outputs for USB and DisplayPort connections, corresponding to VIVE Cosmos Multimedia Audio and HTC-VIVE respectively. However, you can only use VIVE Cosmos Multimedia Audio as your audio output when using VIVE Wireless Adapter.
I sometimes have connectivity, audio or display issues while using the VIVE Wireless Adapter with VIVE Cosmos. What should I do?
If you experience connectivity, audio or display issues while using the VIVE Wireless Adapter with VIVE Cosmos, you need to disable USB power management.
Follow the steps below to disable USB power management.
VIVE Console and make sure your
VIVE Cosmos is connected to the computer using the
VIVE Wireless Adapter.
Note: The signal bars at the upper-right corner of VIVE Console will only show when VIVE Cosmos is connected to the computer using the VIVE Wireless Adapter.
Windows Start button, and select
Sound, video and game controllers, find and select
VIVE Cosmos Multimedia Audio.
On the menu bar, click
View > Devices by connection.
Generic USB Hub > Properties.
Note: Right-click the last Generic USB Hub in the list.
Power Management tab, clear the
Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option.
- Click OK.