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input and output are for low level ( as with RCA cable connectors) ,, the speaker connections are for high input, (red and black connections. ) you can run the mains to the (rca) from your receiver to run the sub woofers, and from that use the speaker wire connections, to go to the left right speakers, (out only not in) this is done if you want to run the subs and the Rt/lt/ speakers , eliminating the speaker connections coming from the receiver. which you could use for 2 additional speakers if you want
The transmitter does not turn on unitl there is enough incoming volume from the sound source.......it does NOT turn on the green light simply because it is plugged in........the volume is critical.....
Jim, just about any generic power supply will work, so long as you match the output and polarity. There should be a label on the old supply with the voltage and Amps (milliamps, actually), and a circle-in-a-circle with a + or - that tells you the polarity.
If you're not sure enough to just buy one from Target, spend an extra buck or two at Radio Shack. Bring in the old one and ask for a replacement. You may end up with an adjustable adapter with interchangeable tips, but it will work just fine. Sometimes the mA are a little different, but that should be okay, so long as it meets the minimum requirement on the label.
I have a pair of these running my WSP 250's.
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.