Question about RCA WSP150 Main / Stereo Speaker
Very simple actually..the green light was not meant to stay on unless it has audio INPUT going into the incoming mini jack that you plug into the music source......and...it has to be good enough volume out put coming from the source of the music.....you can plug them in all day and never get them to work until the sound source is pluged into it with ample VOLUME going into the transmitter......and if you had read the instructions, this was explained.....
Posted on Feb 02, 2012
I'm sorry I can't help you find a transmitter. But if you are interested I would like to buy your speakers to replace one of mine that has gone belly up. hobbswaterboy@gmaildotcom
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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