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Wireless Surround speaker system
Wireless transmitter module
Switch the TV off with the power switch.
Attach the wireless module to the back of the TV as shown.
Note: Make sure you switch the TV on only after you have plugged in
the wireless module.
Connect the attached cable to the wireless module connector.
Switch the TV on.
There are two surround loudspeakers supplied. One is the active
loudspeaker A.The other loudspeaker B is a passive one which
has to be connected with the active loudspeaker.
The slide channel switch
at the bottom of the active
loudspeaker has been set default to channel 1 in the factory.
Connect the active to the passive loudspeaker with the supplied
. Insert the marked wire into the openings of
the same coloured connector clips on both speakers. Do not
insert the wires too far.
The Surround sound loudspeakers can be located behind or to
either side of the listener.The front of the loudspeakers do not
have to face the listener.The distance between the TV and the
surround speakers should not exceed 15 m.
Note: In rare occasions people moving around close to the TV may
interfere with the sound transmission.
Connect the active loudspeaker to the mains with
the mains cable
Switch on the active loudspeaker with the
The red indicator at the front of the active surround speaker
shows that the speaker is in standby.
During sound transmission
the indicator turns to green.
10-15 min. after the sound transmission of the TV has stopped,
the indicator turns back to red to indicate the low power
To switch the active speaker off, use the
Appendix:Wireless Surround speaker system
Setup - Speakers menu
key on the remote control.
Use the cursor down to select
Use the cursor right to select
Use the cursor down to select
The system has already been configured in the factory to work properly. In rare circumstances,
interference from external RF (wireless) equipments such as RF headphones, mobile phones or
remote controls for lights, may occur.Then it may be necessary to shift to another wireless channel.
:Always be sure that the active surround speaker (A) and the Wireless surround setting
are switched to the same transmitting channel. Otherwise no sound or only a distorted sound will be
heard on the surround speakers.
and select the correct type of transmitter, 864 MHz or 433 MHz, valid for
the country where you are now located.
When the TV is tuned to a channel in the neighbourhood of 864 MHz (alternatively 433 MHz), the transmitter
is switched off because no RF surround sound is possible.This is necessary to avoid interfered picture.
In rare cases, when no RF surround sound is possible or when there is too much interference, use the wired
back up solution with a 3.5 mm stereo jack (if provided). In this case select Off in the Wireless surround menu
item. See Connect Peripheral Equipment, p. 29.
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