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are you seeing several wireless signals from others in neighborhod that is strong overlapping signals
is your phone near it
wireless keyboards ,wireless mice, ipod , ipad, home phones,wireless remotes, wireless speakers
look for other sources of interference too
does it always happen at a exact time or action.
raise the router up some to blanket the area only a few inches might be necessary.
does it do the same dying everywhere in house or on road
you can set a new default channel in your wireless thats less used in your spectrum its kinda easy but several steps an logins
The speaker has to be paired with your iPad before it will work. Check your documentation on how to put your speaker in "discoverable" mode long enough for the iPad to find it. If you have previously paired your speaker and it at one time did function is your iPad, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on on the iPad. Also, check the batteries on the speaker if it has previously functioned with your iPad...
The problem is with the speaker connector to your ipod. I have the same unit. Got to ebay and buy Pyle Home PIDOCK1 or similar docking station. This will solve your problem. You can plug this in and have full functionality back of your speaker. Don't bother trying to fix it these have a real problem with the connector and board buy yourself a docking station with remote for about $15 on ebay and it will fix you up. Plug into the input Jack and you are back in business. You can buy a Pyle Home PIDOCK1 Universal iPod/iPhone Docking Station cheap on ebay and it has a remote. It will fit nicely on your speaker and do everything you need it to do.
I do know that the transmitter would not transmitt the HD audio. I had to also hook up the analog signal from my DVR and BLU RAY so the sound would get transmitted from the amp to the transmitter and on to my speakers