Learn how to pair wireless speakers to a plasma TV. Ever wished you could do away with unsightly cables lying on the floor or strung across the walls with your surround sound system? Wireless speakers and home stereo systems are a great way to clean up those cables while still enjoying the benefits of your home theatre system. To make your speakers wireless, you must use a wireless transmitter and receiver. Installing and setting up the wireless transmitter and receiver to work with your plasma TV is simple, so you can enjoy wireless surround sound. Use these steps to pair your wireless speakers to a plasma TV.
To pair wireless speakers to a plasma TV, you will need:
- Home theater system
- Wireless transmitter
- Wireless receiver
- Place the wireless transmitter near your home theatre amplifier. Connect speaker wire from the transmitter to the appropriate ports on the back of your home theatre system amplifier. Be sure to connect the red cables to the red ports and the black cables to the black ports. Repeat this for all of the rear speakers.
- Place the wireless receiver near the rear speakers. Position it out of sight.
- Connect the cables from the rear speakers to the wireless receiver following the same pattern as the transmitter. Be sure to connect the red cables to the red ports and the black cables to the black ports. Also, be sure that you connect the right and left speaker to the correct ports, as marked on the receiver.
Plug the transmitter into the AC power outlet. Turn on the surround sound and the plasma television set.
Turn up the sound and verify that you hear the sound from the rear speakers that connect wirelessly to the plasma TV. Enjoy your surround system without unsightly cables strung across the floor.
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