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Hook up wireless headphones

I have a set of Acoustic Rearch AW722 and I do not know how to hook them up!

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Hello im sure you dont have the instruction you dont need it....firs hook up the transmiter you have to connect power end signal .....to transmit what you wanto to listen
the signal comes from phones out,audio out rca and this sound travels in air via infrared wave to you headphones hope i help..

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