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Wireless speakers. Hi, how do I connect wireless speakers to my Zeppelin? I want to listen to the music in another room. What is required?

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Wireless speakers connection

LED indicator of wireless receiver
LED Color Operation

Blue - The Wireless Receiver is receiving the signal of the wireless transmitter.

Red - The Wireless Receiver is in standby mode.

Off (No display) - The Wireless Receiver is turned off.


Initial setting an ID of wireless receiver

1. Connect the Wireless Receiver and the rear speaker (right, left) with the speaker cables.
2. Connect the power cord of the Wireless Receiver to the outlet.
3. Turn on the main unit and Wireless Receiver: The main unit and wireless receiver will be automatically connected. "MATE OK" appears in display window. Setting an ID of wireless receiver When the unit is manufactured, the ID is already set. If an interference occurs or you use a new wireless receiver, an ID should be set
again.

1. Turn on the main unit and turn off the wireless receiver.
2. Press and hold x (STOP) on the front of unit and MUTE on the remote control. "REMATE" appears in display window.
3. Turn on the Wireless Receiver. A new ID is set.

Nov 23, 2011 | Televison & Video

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I have a Sanyo DP46841 TV and would like to hookup wireless speakers since i am hearing impaired. Can this be done and if so what are the best system to use? Jim


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Aug 09, 2011 | Sanyo Televison & Video

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When i dock my iphone to the Zeppelin (B&W), the red light is blinking and I cannot listen to music. The Zeppelin worked in the past, now not any more


the phpone gets its supply via the docking arm, the power supply board sounds like the problem b and w are aware of, contact your place of purchase or b and w service and they should repair this as the power supply boards are being upgraded because of this issue.

Feb 20, 2011 | B&W Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin iPod Music...

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My zeppelin speaker is not connecting properly to my itouch. When docked, my Itouch plays music, but no sound from speaker & the remote will not operate my itouch. (it used to work fine).


if it charges, and there is no red flashing light, probably the board that feeds the arm, or the arm itelf, as different ipods have different connections. if the aux feed words it is the arm.

Jan 07, 2011 | B&W Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin iPod Music...

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Wireless speakers?


There are many available on the market the type you should buy depends directly upon the type of connections that you have on the audio output.

Most wireless speakers have a sender unit that connects into the 3.5 mm stereo jack plug socket of your audio source, but you can get a stereo splitter to L R audio if that is what you have, this will still work. Also look for ones that have 2 channels or more so that you can choose the best of all the possible signal frequencies.

The other question is how big is your house the range of most is only 10 meters where still get a quality signal they will work over an longer range but your quality will suffer.

Oct 07, 2009 | B&W Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin iPod Music...

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Hi!i have Philips HTS9800W but wireless rear speakers do not work!


The wireless rear speakers aren't wireless per se. They have to be connected to a receiver box and it's that box that brings in the system's wireless transmissions, eliminating in this way any cable runs from the front of the room to the back. 

Nov 28, 2008 | Philips Televison & Video

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Soundcast act 211 wireless audio system wireless interference w/airport


I'm not familiar with this product but my guess would be that the wireless signal from the audio transmitter is either overriding the wireless in your room.

You might want to consider going to a bluetooth system. It's range is only 30 ft and it doesn't impact wi-fi equipment.

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