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SC-PT750 Wireless speaker don't work - receiver powers up but won't receive signals from transmitter on a ebay Panasonic SC-PT750 System I bought - but noticed that the receiver has a different id # than the transmitter. I was told there was a reset button on the back of the receiver unit but I couldn't get it to make any difference...also I can't seem to find any help at Panasonic.com/support to answer any of my questions....said they would answer by email within 48 hours - never happened. Also tried to find out if a transmitter can be purchased separately to match with the receiver...no reply or answers there either. Any help out there?

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  • duy817 Aug 01, 2008

    mine was green but no sound.. what's going on? i'm a different user from the person who started this post btw. thanks. I have a SA-PT750

  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

    They just wont seem to sinc.

  • badazdad Jan 10, 2009

    Panasonic sc-pt 750 can you interchange the tx card and wireless receiver. other words can you buy a wireless rear amp that did not come with the receiver and card? Thanks

  • bigbrad123 Feb 02, 2009

    I have the same problem. My light on my wireless unit is red. I have gone through the manuel, removed all wireless things from around the unit, unplugged the wireless card two or three times, etc. The "W1" is flashing on the main player. I have done everything I can think of to get it working and it won't. Any other ideas?

  • WarioHussein May 11, 2010



    Is the light on the receiver green or red? If it is green then they are working, and I can tell you why you aren't hearing it. If it is red, then tell me everything written on the wireless transmitter and the wireless receiver and I may be able to give you a work around.

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Hi...I found your post while searching for the answer to the same question!  I thought I'd let you know what the tech support person told me, which worked immediately.  There is a button on your remote that says MUSIC with SRD above it.  Push this button, while surround sound speakers are on, and they should work instantly.  They are quieter than the regular speakers, so you might have to turn up the sound.  Hope this works for you (if you are still having troubles, that is).  The manual was no help with this subject.  So frustrating!

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