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Need replacement Audio Transmitter for Shift3 Wireless Speaker with Audio Transmitter

I Need to purchase a REPLACEMENT AUDIO TRANSMITTER; for Shift3 Wireless Speaker with Audio Transmitter. I contacted manufacturer on box (MSCUSTOMERCARE.COM) listed for support help, they say product discontinued and they do not sell replacement parts and not of any help at all, I have been trying to find one for past year or two. the transmitter does not do anything when turned on, using brand new batteries. Product DetailsExperience 100% Wireless Music throughout your home or yard with the Shift3 Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Speaker System! Plus enjoy direct line-in connection as well! Instantly transmit all of your favorite music from your home stereo receivers, MP3 Players,CD Players, Personal Computers, Television, Laptops and more! With a 180 degree pivoting speaker head and various other useful features, this Shift3 speaker system has it all!!! Key Features Brand: Shift3Type: Speaker SystemUPC: 694202102848 Miscellaneous Product ID: 111893725 I only want a transmitter not the whole system.

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SOURCE: Sharper Image Wireless transmitter deal

Do not restart them with the button, that won't reset settings, unplug everything from power for 5 minutes and plug them back.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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There are adapters available at Radio Shack for connecting almost anything to anything.

Not knowing which connectors you have, I can't tell you what to get, but if you take what you can with you and explain the rest, they should be able to give you the correct adapter.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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I have Prolink 900 MHz wireless loudspeakers, probably the same as yours. The transmitter is labelled on the bottom as "CAN 2579 102 1811, UNI-ART PRECISE PRODUCTS LTD". That transmitter comes with an AC/DC adapter whose output is labelled as 12VDC, 300mA, with polarity positive outside, negative inside. Note this polarity is the OPPOSITE of what is typical for AC adapters.

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

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This a hard to find item... if you are quick, you can get one here or here

Only other place I could find one to do the job for you... was rated at 1 amp, and cost $213.00 !!

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Posted on May 30, 2008

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SOURCE: place for connecting transmitter ot reciever..cable plug does not fit anywhere on receiver

If you just using them for stereo, use the "main pre-out" on the receiver. if your using them for surround, they need to go the 5.1 pre-out rear. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 07, 2009

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