How to Link The Rear Wireless Speakers To My Blu-ray Home Theater System on HT-F Models?
Linking the Wireless Speakers to Blu-ray Home Theater
The wireless receiver module linking ID is set at the factory and should automatically link when both the wireless module and Blu-ray Home Theater System are powered on. However, if the link indicator does not light when both are on, or your Blu-ray Home Theater System has been serviced recently, follow the steps below to set the ID and link.
You will need:
• Access to the back of the wireless receiver module
• A small, pointed object such as a paper clip
• The included Blu-ray Home Theater System remote
• Power off the Blu-ray Home Theater System
• Disconnect the wireless receiver module
• Clear any obstacles between the Blu-ray Home Theater System and wireless receiver module
• If you do not set the remote to receiver mode the steps below will not work. When the remote is in receiver mode, the BD receiver button flashes orange.
• If the wireless receiver module does not link, repeat the steps above. Be sure to check that the BD HTS remote is on receiver mode, press the ID Set button for 5 seconds until the link LED starts rapidly flashing and then quickly point the remote at the BD HTS and press 0, 1, 3, 5 and then the power button. The linking LED will go from flashing to solid once linked. You can also try moving the wireless receiver module closer to the main unit for linking purposes only, once linked you can place the wireless receiver module back.
• When the Blu-ray Home Theater System is powered off the link indicator blinks and then the Standby indicator will turn a solid red indicating the wireless receiver module is powered off and in standby mode.
• The transmission distance of the wireless signal between the wireless receiver module and Blu-ray Home Theater system is about 33ft., but may vary depending on your operating environment. If a steel-concrete or metallic wall is between the main receiver and the wireless subwoofer, the system may not operate at all because the wireless signal cannot penetrate metal.
• If you use a device that uses the same frequency(5.2Ghz or5.8GHz) near the system, some sound interruption may be heard due to interference.
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