Operating the Acoustic Research AWS73 Portable wireless speaker
Setting Up For Wireless Audio
Connecting to an Audio Source:
Connecting to an A/V Receiver:
- Plug the stereo plugs on the provided Y-adapter audio cable into the AUDIO IN jacks on the back of the transmitter (make sure to match the colors on the plugs and jacks).
- Plug the mini-plug end of the provided Y-adapter into a mini-jack to RCA adapter (not included).
- Connect the stereo plugs on the mini-jack to RCA adapter to the corresponding left and right audio outputs of your A/V receiver, amp, or other audio source.
Connecting to a Portable Audio Device:
- Plug the stereo plugs on the provided Y-adapter audio cable into the AUDIO IN jacks on the back of the transmitter.
- Plug the mini-plug end of the provided Y-adapter into the headphone output of your MP3 player or other portable audio device.
Adjusting the Transmitter
- Turn on your audio source (for example, A/V receiver, MP3 player, stereo, etc.) and play music at a normal listening volume.
- Set the channel select switch on the back of the transmitter to one of the transmitter’s three broadcast frequencies: 1, 2 or 3. If you experience poor reception or interference, try choosing a different frequency by moving the channel select switch to another position. When the transmitter is receiving an audio signal and is ready, the SIGNAL indicator turns solid green.
Note: If the SIGNAL indicator on the transmitter does not turn on, please check the following:
- Confirm the transmitter AC power adapter is securely connected.
- Confirm the cable from the transmitter is securely connected to the audio source output (MP3 player, A/V receiver, etc.).
- Confirm the audio source is playing audio and is turned up.
Streaming Audio with the 900MHz Wireless Transmitter
- Make sure the 900MHz transmitter is on and that there’s something playing on your audio source. Turn your audio source up to at least 3/4 full volume.
- If the speaker isn't already on, press the On-Off button to turn it on.
- The indicator light starts fl ashing, which means the speaker is trying to link with the 900MHz wireless transmitter. The indicator light turns solid blue when the speaker is tuned to the 900MHz wireless transmitter—you should hear sound coming from the speaker now.
Note: If the speaker is not linked to the 900MHz transmitter, or if the transmit