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Where can I buy the Philips Wireless Rear Audio Transmitter?

I heard They do not make them anymore.

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SOURCE: Philips LX3950W - no signal to rear speakers

check to se if your reciever channel number is set to the same as your transmitter channel number. press and hold down sound butten on remote to set transmitter number .set reciever number button on reciever unit. try setting both to number 4.

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Set up the transmitter. Wireless headphones rely on a transmitter that sends audio via infrared or radio waves to your headset. Use the digital audio output (coaxial or optical), RCA outputs (red and white) or headphone jack on your TV to connect the transmitter. The connection will depend upon which outputs are available on your TV and/or the transmitter.
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