Hopper w/Sling Bluetooth question

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I bought a pair of BT stereo headphones and paired them with my receiver. They work great once they are paired, however if the receiver goes into "sleep" mode or the headphones are shut off for a length of time, they won't "re-sync." The bluetooth status on the receiver says "unpaired." The only way I've found to get around this is to unpair and then re-pair the headphones with the receiver each time. Has anybody else experienced this???
 

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Glad to know I'm not the only one having this issue...I was going to take the headphones back to the store, then I thought maybe I should check here first
 

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Can you set the Hopper to not go to sleep?

With the 722 I've turned off inactivity standby and set an auto-tune timer to wake-up the 722k about an hour after the nightly update.

Keeps sleep time to a minimum.
 

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