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Set up the NXG NX-WRLS1 360 Wireless Speaker using adapters for both. Connected to my stereo. When transmitter is off, speaker makes static noise. When on, nothing. Not sure why it is not working. Volume is under 50% on stereo. Shouldn't be this complicated. :)

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Great sounding speaker, but nothing but trouble with the bluetooth. It appears that I can only have one device paired at a time. In order to connect another device, it breaks the current pairing. A


Yes this is a 'feature' of Bluetooth. (I have never seen the point of Bluetooth... Wi-Fi does everything it does, but better !)

It DOES usefully enable a phone or tablet to play though headphones or speaker and to use a headset 'cordlessly'...

Consider instead a 'Bluetooth Receiver' (under US $10 from China) connected to a FM Stereo Bug (Transmitter) - Then you can use any number of quality FM Radios (including phones with built in FM) up to 50 metres or so away...

example: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wireless-3-5mm-Stereo-Audio-Adapter-A2DP-Bluetooth-Dongle-Transmitter-Receiver-/141227224470?pt=UK_Home_HomeDecor_Accessories&var=&hash=item20e1cc6d96

Dec 10, 2014 | Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker

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Connecting an iPod Without a Car Stereo


<p>Newer cars often come with adapters to connect an iPod to a car radio, but you can still listen to your favorite lists, if you do not have a car stereo at all. Portable electronics can be used to connect the iPod to speakers, and play it on your car. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Purchase an adapter FM radio transmitter for your iPod. It will stream music from your iPod to a low-frequency power, which can be captured by a radio in your car. For best results, use a transmitter with a power adapter 12 volts, you can power adapter car "cigarette lighter" power outlet instead of batteries. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Place a "boom box" radio in your car stereo. For purposes of the iPod, the older model, if you have done. All you need is a working radio and decent speakers. Again, it is best if you turn the car to avoid the use of batteries. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Set your transmitter to a radio frequency is not used in the stereo field, and tune the same frequency. Adjust the volume on the stereo halfway. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Place your iPod within reach of the driver or passenger. When the iPod is playing, the sound will be transmitted to the radio. You can adjust the volume on the iPod itself to control the music changing. When the iPod is off, the radios go silent, although you will hear a static noise. Turn on the radio to get rid of noise, and to save battery when not running the car's power. <br />

on Aug 09, 2011 | Apple iPod touch

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Sony wireless headphones have static...why?


There are ways to fix interference, but first you have to find where it is coming from. First, switch off appliances one at time, fridge, freezer, furnace, AC, anything with a motor in it.

then start with wifi, turn your router off, and then any audio units, and set top boxes not involved in the test. Disconnect speaker wires one at a time.

One of these things is miraculously going to make the noise stop. Then you find out why? It is often screening wires badly connected. Any wires involved with audio and power should be kept apart, especially ANYTHING to do with the wireless headphone transmitter.

Google Ferrite rings. Also use good quality, screened audio, and speaker leads.


ferrite rings audio Google Search

Feb 28, 2017 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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I need a transmitter for a set of rca wsp150 WIRELESS SPEAKERS. CAN I SUBSTITUTE? Where can I buy one?


head phone set WHP141 will work with that set of speakers, look on Ebay
I have a set of the same speakers.... make sure that your transmitter is actually bad, it does not power up with the GREENLIGHT staying ON UNTIL the sound source is hooked up and has enough INCOMING volume to trigger the transmitter on.........

Oct 27, 2011 | RCA WSP150 Main / Stereo Speaker

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I love my speakers, but when iTunes stops playing music, they make a horrible scratchy crackling noise....any suggestions?


is your itune also connected for charging when you connected to your speaker? it could be the possible causes during itune finish playing the internal charging noise from switching supply adaptor come into the audio line get into your speaker, so you may hear the noise. If this is the problem, you may try to use differentiate line in isolator. mostly people use in the car to isolate engine alternator noise. you can find in car accessories shop.

Jul 20, 2011 | Acoustic Research AW825 Main / Wireless...

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Help----i have aw825 wireless speaker and a yamaha rx-v730--how do i connect the two?


You need to connect a stereo out from the amplifier to the transmitter for the speaker. I believe the speaker unit comes with the required adapters which will probably be rca/phono's to stereo mini-jack.

Jul 19, 2010 | Acoustic Research 900MHz Wireless Stereo...

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My rear wireless speaker from one side is making a loud noise.


the problem is the transmitter. it is generating undesired signal. in all wireless communications if the transmitting end creates oscillations other than which is desired - they are termed noises. ur receiver unit happens to pick up one of those noises and is able to amplify it. a qualified tech will be able to identify the frequency range and filter that out on the transmitter stage. if the warranty covers it- replace!

Mar 12, 2010 | Panasonic Audio Players & Recorders

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Wireless speakers AW872 transmitter won't power on anymore


Idhager,

I have the same set of speaker and had a similar problem. what I did was disconnent and reconnect the transceiver (sort of a reboot) and then powered everthing back up and that solved my problem.

Hope this helps

Dec 23, 2008 | Acoustic Research 900MHz Wireless Stereo...

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Static noise from car stereo


change youre speakers they are blown if they are making staticy sounds i have recently chnged my speaker cuz of the static and it was kuz they were blown

thats all i can think about
hope it works

Oct 28, 2008 | iLO XM-MP3-CD Car Stereo

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Not transmitting through both speakers properly


The UTX-B1 input is not a stereo jack, and the receiver output is also not a stereo jack. Only the receiver Headphone/Monitor jack is stereo.

Not sure if you are sending stereo signals from or to the camcorder. But you can try mono-to-stereo adapter.

Hope it helps!

Jul 16, 2008 | Sony (UWP-S1) Professional Microphone

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