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Wireless pananaonic sound sytem

The wireless speakers for my Panasonic sc-pt956 sound system wont work. the wireless receiver is on and has a green light on it, so i don't know what the problem is.

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  • strobman Dec 26, 2008

    they are about 4-5 meters away from the transmitter and there is nothing in the way. i tried bringing them closer to the transmitter, but it didn't work. could the problem be the strange way that the transmitter pugs into the main unit? it has a screw like thing that the manual says to put the wire into the screw. it didn't really make sense to me.

  • Anonymous May 01, 2009

    I have the exact same problem with the SC-PT660.  Green light is on in remote box and speakers work fine when hard wired to another receiver.  When set up according to instructions, I receive an error message on the main module.


    Have tried to call Panasonic support to no avail.


    Did you ever resolve this problem.

  • Joesipaq May 11, 2010

    How far away are the wireless speakers away from the transmitter, are there any obstructions in the way? Will the speakers work at a closer distance?

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Http://www.pasctraining.panasonic.com/pass/elearn/Document_Downloads.htm


Try looking at the training document for your system. The answer might be there.

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Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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Upon reading the manual - it is quite apparent that the only provisions for rear surround speaker connections is <i>only</i> via the optional wireless transmitter / receiver hardware. The optional digital transmitter is connected via a proprietary plug on the rear of the SC-BT100. The optional receiver amplifies the received signal and passes it to the connected surround speakers. I would bet that there are no provisions for amplifying a surround L and R speaker channel inside the SC-BT100, and that it only provides a low level (like a "tape out") or un-amplified signal to the transmitter plug. Even if you were to manage to get the surround speaker connections made up there - you would not be able to hear anything from them - as there is no amplifier. The amplifier is contained in the wireless receiver, and is largely why it requires a connection to house current.

Unfortunately, I doubt you'll find a way to listen the surround channel audio from the SC-BT100 without the optional transmitter / receiver and the integrated amplifier.

You can review the manual like I did here:
http://service.us.panasonic.com/OPERMANPDF/SCBT100.PDF

I hope this answered your question.

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Try tvmanualsonline.com  here is the address for your manual:
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