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We have the sharper image wireless indoor outdoor speaker and when we plug everything in there is nothing coming out of the speaker. Are we able to get it to pick up satellite radio?

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The wireless speakers do not pick up a wireless signal outside of the round wireless broadcaster that came with the speakers. You will need to connect that to your satellie radio to broadcast to the wireless speakers. Make sure the wireless broadcaster component is plugged into the sound source you want to make wireless. After you've connected the broadcaster to the sound source and turned everything on then push the Auto tune button to connect to the broadcaster and recieve the sound.

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