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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Speakers have a unique RF frequency that needs to pair with the receiver (kind of like a blue tooth headset with a cell phone). At times, the signal may reset, so, you may have to go through the initial pairing sequence. Try this:
1. Unplug rear speakers
2. Make sure the sound signal connector is plugged in to the back of the system properly.
3. Press and hold the ID button for 3 seconds until the blue LED light flickers.
4. Connect the power chord to the rear speakers.
Posted on May 03, 2009
First, sometimes LCD screens have an intesity/angle control and at extreme range of these characters are sometimes not visible. Check you manual to see if your unit might have such a setting.
Also this unit has some control lockouts so make sure it is unlocked so the automatic frequency selection can be made.
Verify the status of the LED in your manual. MANY Shure mics display the LED red when battery is low.
DO NOT trust a battery as being full because it is new.
ALSO DO NOT USE rechargeable batteries in these as the rechargeable battery does NOT produce 9 volts... usually only 7.2 volts (in spite of the labeling) which is insufficient and will give a low battery indication.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
Have you tried holding the unit in your hand either closer or farther away from the sender while the wheel is turning to see if it picks up the signal? It needs line of sight to the sender and some units actually specify a minimum distance as well as a maximum one. On the sender it may have an arrow indicating which direction the computer should be located. Believe it or not, I have seen them work better when the sender is pointing 180 degrees opposite the prescribed orientation. You should be able to detect this with the computer in your hand. Move it around the sender to find the 'sweet' spot and direction, then see if you can manage to mount it on the bike so it will keep working.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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