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Wireless speakers will not work.

I hooked up the wireless speakers and I have never been able to get them to work. what else should I do? I have the wires hooked up to the stereo.

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Post the Model #'s of the products involved and I can be a little more specific. Using generic troubleshooting, First: make sure you have the wires for the receiving unit of the wireless speakers hooked up to either "A" Front or "B" Front. thenmake sure your receiver speaker switch for the corresponding location is on. It will light up on the front of the receiver either A, B, or both. Now, turn on the AV receiver and Tune it to a strong radio signal in your area, turn up the volume 1/4 to 1/2 way. Power the wireless units on. Both the speakers and their receiver should have a power button or at least a light to let you know they are getting signal. keep the speakers close and fine tune the wireless receiver with them until the led light on the front of the speakers is solid. You should have good audio at this point.

The other way the wireless receiver is hooked up is with RCA cables to the AV receiver. Without knowing what AV receiver you have, plug the RCA's into an "Output" like "Front Main Pre Out" or "VCR/Tape2 mon" or just plain "Monitor out" Depending on which Output you use will determine the setting on the receiver. If you need further clarification, post your equipment model numbers and I can tell you exactly what to do. Hope this helps

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