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Wirelessspeakers 6.1 system how do i hook it up to the back of my 42" samsung tv

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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How do i wirelessly connect the reciever to the speaker system/tv?


You'll want to research an adapter for this. Radio shack probably has one of the most inexpensive units available today, but you can find others online, with better quality sound. Start with a google search for what you are trying to do. Google, "how to connect speakers to stereo, wireless".

Keep in mind, not all speakers are created the same. Some have amplifiers in them and some do not. This will change the type of adapter you will need.

Fairly new adapters on the market may transmit audio over a wireless network or even Bluetooth, you will need to research your receiver and/or tv to see if either of these are options for you. Another common thing is a range of branded theatre A/V sound systems with wireless sub woofer and/or back speakers.

Good luck with this, it should be a fun project.

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Connecting external speakers


If the speakers are wireless, wouln't the receiver connect to the speakers and some kind of transmitter connect to the TV?

Jan 20, 2013 | Samsung Hl-s5686w 56-inch Dlp Hdtv

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Wireless speakers are not connecting to the box all the other speakers are working except for the two wireless ones we have followed all of the instructions in the manual but they still are not working the...


Hi,
Wireless speakers needs power to run ,unless they are powered by battery (to be loaded into speaker modules) ,I believe you connected each of the wireless speaker to 110 VAC power plug and the transmitter module as well..
Before connecting them to your Samsung htd-d550 ,I recommend you test them with something else,i.e..NOTEBOOK Audio output or MP3 player headphones output...
if you succeed then you can connect it to your Samsung..
Please make a simple test to make sure wireless speakers are working and if you need more help just let me know ..
Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks

Jun 25, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Can not get the back cordless speakers to connect, everything is connected but no sound?


Hi,
Wireless speakers needs power to run ,unless they are powered by battery (to be loaded into speaker modules) ,I believe you connected each of the wireless speaker to 110 VAC power plug and the transmitter module as well..
Before connecting them to your receiver ,I recommend you test them with something else,i.e..NOTEBOOK Audio output or MP3 player headphones output...
if you succeed then you can connect it to your receiver..
Please make a simple test to make sure wireless speakers are working and if you need more help just let me know ..
Hope this helps! Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks

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It keeps saying "rear check" on the display. and i have reset everything and it doesn't connect to the rear speakers. the 3 front speakers will work just fine and thats with the sub. what do i do to fix...


Best solution - DON'T BUY SAMSUNG - every thing I have ever owned that is SAMSUNG has gone wrong (TV's, surround sound, blueray, microwave, you name it it's gone wrong!)

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I have a sony model STR D990. I use it for the TV sound system using video1 audio in. I want to use a wireless speaker, but when connected to the video1 audio out, I get no sound. I am looking for ideas...


Instead of trying to use the wireless speaker as a dedicated TV-audio-via-the-receiver speaker why don't you just attach it as recomended to the receiver for ALL of its audio outputs; or directly to the TV if that is the sole use you have in mind?

And since TV is an audio INPUT only to the receiver, simplify the audio hookup by attaching its analog audio to any available analog input BUT NOT one that funtions as a tape loop.

One more significant improvement I would recommend is to draw the TV-related audio from whatever device originates it but NOT the TV. THe sources are probably all capable of digital multi-channel sound while your routing of TV-analag-stereo audio limits the quality by washing it through the TV's questonable audio electronics while forbidding actual multichannel listening.

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Is there an incompatibility between Onkyo 606 and KEF Wireless?


This is cycle hum place offending units away from each other or, isolate the power supplies and, re- check electrical circuit grounds

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Hook up wireless speakers


I'm assuming the wireless speakers you have utilize an RCA jack to connect to the receiver.

Solution:

The good news is yes, you can use them on your receiver. The bad news is that the only output on your receiver is "VIDEO OUT" so whatever you want to watch or hear on the wireless speakers must be connected to the "VIDEO INPUT".

If the wireless speaker module uses speaker wire to connect to a receiver you will simply tap into the surround thumb clip speaker jacks.

I will add that wireless speakers tend to be disappointing when used in home theater.

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We have the sharper image wireless indoor outdoor speaker and when we plug everything in there is nothing coming out of the speaker. Are we able to get it to pick up satellite radio?


The wireless speakers do not pick up a wireless signal outside of the round wireless broadcaster that came with the speakers. You will need to connect that to your satellie radio to broadcast to the wireless speakers. Make sure the wireless broadcaster component is plugged into the sound source you want to make wireless. After you've connected the broadcaster to the sound source and turned everything on then push the Auto tune button to connect to the broadcaster and recieve the sound.

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Yamaha htr-5940 with Acoustic Research wireless speakers AW877


use a 4 way splitter directly off the cable box 1 pair off cable to two out puts from cable box my setup works even tv is off I use it for music with tv off

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