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WAM250 Multiroom Hub

The WAM 250 Hub is an optional product to help ensure your network is more Stable by creating a separate wireless network for your Multiroom Speakers.

Do I Need a Hub to Use the Radiant 360 Multiroom Speaker?

While the Hub is an optional product, you can make your Radiant 360 system more reliable by connecting the hub to your wireless router.

How do I Set Up the Hub with a Radiant 360 Speaker?

  1. Connect the Hub to your router or modem using a LAN cable.   

  2. Plug the included power cable into the back of the HUB, and then plug the power cord into a wall socket. 

  3. After the Paring Indicator on the HUB starts blinking, plug in the Radiant 360 speaker. The two should automatically connect.   

    Note: If the Pairing Light isn't blinking, press in the SPK ADD button on the back of the Hub for 1 second. Once the speaker is connected, the light will be solid.

Can I Adjust the Wireless Band of the Hub?

Yes, you can change the wireless band of your Hub with the Samsung Multiroom app. 

Enter 'Settings' of the Multiroom App, select "Hub: Wireless Band" and select the required option from Auto, 2.4GHz, 5GHz.

If your Wi-Fi router supports 5GHz, it is recommended that you set the wireless band to 5GHz to reduce interference and ensure a more stable connection.

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