About Variable-Level Audio Outputs:
A variable-level output, such as a headphone jack or certain RCA-type outputs, provides an
audio signal that changes with the volume level set on the audio source. As the volume of the
audio source is adjusted up and down, so is the audio signal strength sent to the transmitter.
This can affect the qua ity of sound generated by the speaker, and may require an adjustment
of the volume level of the audio source to produce a signal strong enough for the transmitter.
Hint: On most bookshelf-type or compact stereo systems, inserting a headphone plug into
the headphone jack results in automatic cutoff of the regular, or hard-wired speakers.
Hint: Most TVs, regardless of age or price, have variable outputs. If you are unsure which
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The following troubleshooting guide takes you through some of the more common problems
associated with the installation and/or operation of a wireless system. If the problem persists,
please call toll-free at 1-800-732-6866 or visit www.acoustic-research.com.
Issue: Cause and solution: