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Realistic Nova-Sound wireless remote speakers- frequency?

Anyone know the receive frequency of the Realistic Nova-Sound wireless remote speakers? Dumb thing has no part numbers, and is not listed in their hard to find manual archives.

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  • HamerPrototy Nov 14, 2014

    If they are what I have been looking for info on, the model number is listed on the bottom of the transmitter.

  • HamerPrototy Nov 14, 2014

    Sorry, forgot to list info !! Like I said, if it's what I've been looking for info on it's a Realistic #40-1360 (Nova-Sound FM Wireless Stereo Sound System) Hope that helps. I've been unable to locate specs or a manual since I picked mine up. Good Luck !!

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