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Hi!i have Philips HTS9800W but wireless rear speakers do not work!

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The wireless rear speakers aren't wireless per se. They have to be connected to a receiver box and it's that box that brings in the system's wireless transmissions, eliminating in this way any cable runs from the front of the room to the back. 

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