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    How many speakers does this kit supports?   (3 Answers)

    By Anonymous August 19, 2010.

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    Cant this be used for zone 2 speakers in another room?   (2 Answers)

    specifically will it pass through normal drywall/wood frame walls if within 100 ft of transmitter? I am looking for a way to connect my zone 2 speakers without running cables through out the house

    By Anonymous April 6, 2013.

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      I use this for the Zone 2 audio output from my Receiver/Amplifier to a pair of speakers in another room. The distance between the room with the sender and the receiver is about 50 feet and it woks perfectly.

      By KentA December 22, 2013.

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      using 2 of these kits for a 7.1 system   (2 Answers)

      Can I use 2 of these kits together to hook up Left Back, Left Surround to one, and Right Back and Right Surround to the 2nd? If so, how do I pair the transmitters and receivers so that they will work together.

      By Anonymous September 7, 2010.

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        Yes you can use this for 7.1 or 7.2 but in order to do so would need two "kits" the setup: on your Receiver you would connect 1 tranmitter to you Left Surround and Back speaker terminals then 1 wireless reciver to those same speakers. then use the second transmitter for your Right Rear and Surround speakers and the second wireless reciver for those speakers. Since everything is paired out of the box just plug in power and adjust delays and volume accordingly if pairing is needed for some reason, say on your right speakers, then power off your left ones (both transmitter and reciver) press connect button on Right channel transmitter for 2 seconds to set it to search mode then quickly go and press connect on reciver for 2 seconds to set it in search mode once they are connected you should be able to power up the ones that are off and both transmitters should be linked to only their respective recivers

        By Can0nFan September 7, 2013.

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        I am considering buying the product, does the receiver need a power supply or is it battery operated   (2 Answers)

        By Anonymous November 11, 2011.

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          Uses a power supply. I have 2 sets of Rocketfish WRS for upstairs and one for downstairs Home Theaters. They work very well.

          By Rick November 24, 2011.

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          What is the max output of this unit?? Max Wattage   (3 Answers)

          By Anonymous November 30, 2010.

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            Specifications - from the user manual. No power consumption listed but power output is listed as 30Watts RMS into 4 ohms with 10%THD - Not what I would call quality sound but maybe ok for your rear channel. Audio Input: Wireless • Stereo, 16-bit, 48 KHz, uncompressed • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 87 dB Audio Output: High Efficiency Class D, Speaker-level • Supports 4 to 16 ohm speakers • Audio output power: 2 × 30 W (RMS) into 4 ohms (no more than 10% THD) Transmission Delay • 15-20 ms Power Supply • AC 100-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz The answer form says to add recommend products. I would add wires instead of this product.

            By Giddy March 16, 2014.

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            Is it harmful to be left powered on at all times even when not using surround sound?   (2 Answers)

            By boozer October 25, 2011.

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              I've had this thing for years now, never disconnected power to either the transmitter or receiver regardless of what channels I am/am not using. All is still well, so I'd say no, it's not harmful.

              By Brandon November 9, 2011.

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              how to connect my rocketfish to home theatre system   (2 Answers)

              lost manual for rocket fish how do i hook up to my surround sound system

              By deb August 1, 2014.

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                You will connect the smaller "Sender" to your surround sound amplifier, and the larger "Receiver" to your speakers on the other side of the room. The manual is available on the RocketfishProducts.com website if you want to download a new copy.

                By RocketfishCustomerSupport August 2, 2014.

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              compatibility and volume control   (4 Answers)

              1)Is the volume controlled at the rear speaker box or the DVD remote 2)would the rear speaker kit be compatible with my Sony home theatre system(

              By Rick January 27, 2014.

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                There is a volume knob on the little receiver that the rear speakers are plugged into but I just have that set to the highest. Then I just use the volume on my receiver that the home theatre is set up through and it does all the speakers (because the rear speakers are plugged into the home theatre receiver through the other wireless box). This kit should work with your home theatre system, it still uses the same receiver that it would if the rear speakers were directly plugged in; it just basically shoots a wireless signal from the one box to the other. This is just a way to hide the speaker wire from running all along the room.

                By SurferDude1 February 7, 2014.

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                uint wont turn on just bilinks once then goes off   (3 Answers)

                By Anonymous July 4, 2010.

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                  Turn on the Sender (small box) until the red light blinks. Turn on the Receiver (bigger box) and hold until they synch. When that didn't work after multiple tries. . . . On the back of the receiver (bigger box) there is a connect button, as well as the power button. I had to hold both down to make it synch.

                  By ladydrew1957 May 15, 2013.

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                  can this unit be compatible with 130 watts/channel 7.1 receiver?   (1 Answer)

                  By Anonymous July 19, 2010.

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