Question about Audio Players & Recorders
MY WIRELESS REAR SPEAKERS WONT WORK,FOLLOWED ALL INSTRUCTIONS NOTHING SEEMS TO WORK,PUSHED THE STOP BUTTON AND MUTE BUTTON TOGETHER REMATE CAME UP BUT DIDNT CONNECT PLEASE HELP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem and it turned out that the directions are very unclear. You need to not only press the ID/SET button on the wireless system, but also on the wireless subwoofer itself. That solved my problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
SOURCE: wireless speakers
You should have two pieces for your wireless rear speakers setup. A. a wireless card inserted behind the all in one receiver. B. the receiving box that will connect to the 2 rear speakers.Also,you should not have any obstacles to block off the line of site for the rear speaker receiving box to the wireless card.
Best way to test it is too simply leave the rear speakers connected to the rear speakers receiving box on the floor near the a/v receiver with dvd player built in.Play a dvd and see if you have sound coming out from the rear.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
If you go into the set up menu and go to the speakers set up - it only shows the right, left, centre and subwoofer on the screen. You need to go down to the box below these speakers and activate the rear speakers which are not shown. The wireless section will then light up w1/2 on the display at the front of the scbt100 - i had to call panasonic to figure this out and they advised me it was missing from the instructions!!!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
I had a similar problem but mine cut out intermittently.
First, check to make sure the speakers are plugged in solidly. I was plugged into an outlet with a fancy cover and it caused the connection to short out intermittently.
2. Make sure all your wires are securely attached to the receiver unit.
3. If that doesn't work, try turning off the wirless speakers and the Home Theater system and then turn on both of them.
If one of these doesn't work, Samsung has chat support available onlline.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: LG wireless dvd reciever system
Hi, I had the same problem, it seems to be a design error of LG or a typical problem with some component in the wireless transmitter. It is basically caused by the transmitter heating up, leading to a clock drift with the result of the receiver losing the signal. I tried to cool the transmitter in the fridge before using so it will run for about half an hour before producing this error (depends on the room temperature as well). My solution is to remove the plastic case of the transmitter unit and place it in a cool place where it does not catch heat from other devices. Without the case it does not overheat and also takes less space, just be careful if you have children. I placed the naked Tx unit behind the TV so it does not matter. Hope this works for you as well.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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