Question about RCA WSP155 Main / Stereo Speaker
Another quick fix is to half-way unplug the mini jack from the Y splitter coming out of the audio source.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
Also check that the speakers are on the same frequency. Then check left and right channels on them. If neither works on one side, then you know it's the transmitter. If one doesn't work either side, then you know the problem is in the speaker (again, check the frequency first, then blowpipes adapter solution).
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
Hello, Suse! One of my closest friends had the IDENTICAL system, and had to replace TWO transmitters before getting one that finally worked long-term. (A total of three - the original, plus the two replacements.) Before making the same assumption, however, there are two simple things to check: 1) Inspect the connection between your receiver and the WSP transmitter to make sure everything is secure. 2) IF you're using the speakers with batteries, try an AC adapter instead. Batteries - even brand new ones - aren't ideal for every application. There is NO QUESTION that the WSP system - at least, the one my friend uses - performs better when connected to AC power than it does when using batteries. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 18, 2007
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