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Mission 764 wire connections

Recently acquired an old pair of 764's, no user manual. There are 4 posts on each speaker (2 L and 2 R) but no removable "bridge". Not interested in bi-wiring so do I just strip sufficient wire to connect to both Left posts and to both Right channel posts?

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Yup, Thats about the shape of it - use a nice think solid core copper mains cable. That's waht was fitted to my recently retired 764's when I bought them new many moons ago.

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When I am trying to pair my smart phone with my ISBW2113 speakers I am getting an error: Unable to pair with ISBW2113. Incorrect PIN or password?


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yep it is. You must only have one entry on your phone for them. Manual is listed, details on page 2.

Pairing the Speakers (This process should be done FIRST before pairing a Bluetooth device. This should only need to be done upon first use.) 1. Power on the speakers by sliding the power switch to the ON position on both units (first make sure both speakers are fully charged). The Bluetooth Indicator and Speaker Connection Indicator will flash slowly in unison. If the Speaker Connection Indicator is not flashing, but is solid white both speakers your speakers are already paired. You can skip to the Pairing a Bluetooth Device section. 2. Press the Connect Speakers button on both speakers simultaneously. The Speaker Connection Indicators will flash quickly. Wait until both Speaker Connection 3. Indicators are solid white, this means the speakers have been successfully paired. Please note that this process can take up to 1 minute. Note : For all future uses please turn on both speakers and wait for them to connect (it may take up to 1 minute for them to pair automatically even after initial use). There should be no need to press Connect Speaker button again. If any pairing issues should occur, please follow the above steps again. Pairing a Bluetooth Device 1. Make sure you have first followed the instructions for Pairing the Speakers

When pairing, the device should remain within 3 feet of the speakers. 2. Press the Pair button on ONLY one of the speakers. The pair indicator will begin flash quickly. Using the native controls on your Bluetooth device, select the "ISBW2113" in your Bluetooth settings to pair. If your device requests a password, enter the default password " 0 0 0 0 ". Refer to the user's manual for your specific device for instructions on pairing and connecting Bluetooth devices. 3. When successfully paired, the pairing indicator will stop flashing and will remain solid. After initial pairing, the unit will stay paired unless unpaired manually by the user or erased due to a reset of the device. If your device should become unpaired, follow the above steps again. If any pairing issues should occur, un-pair the unit on your Bluetooth device and follow the above steps again. Note : If two speakers with the ISBW2113 name appear on the pairing list of your device, please erase one of ISBW2113 listed in your Bluetooth device and repeat the above steps again. Para descargar este Manual del Usuario en ingl?s, espa?ol y franc?s, o para obtener respuestas a preguntas frecuentes, visite la secci?n de apoyo en www.iLiveElectronics. com Playing Audio Wirelessly 1. Follow the instructions for Pairing a Bluetooth Device. 2. Use the native controls on the connected Bluetooth Device to select a track. 3. To play, pause or skip the selected track, use the native controls on the connected Bluetooth Device. 4. Any audio played through the connected Bluetooth device will now be heard through the speakers. Pour t?l?charger ce guide de l'utilisateur en anglais, espagnol ou fran?ais, ou pour obtenir des r?ponses ? des questions fr?quemment pos?es, consultez la rubrique d'assistance sur www.iLiveElectronics.com Customer Service: 1-888-999-4215

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