Acoustic research AW 871 Owners Manual

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1 Table of Contents I. Location of functions---..-------------\ ----. 2 II. Connecting the speaker system---..------------.. 3 III. Adjusting the transmitter---..------------\ ---. 5 IV. Tuning the speakers---..-------------\ ----.. 6 V. Turning the speakers off---..--------------\ -... 7 VI. Recharging the batteries---..-------------\ --.. 7 VII. More helpful information ---..---------------\ 7 VIII. Troubleshooting---..-----------\ ------........ 9 IX. Specifications & Features ---..---------------\ 10 X. Warranty ---..---------------\ --.................. 11 Introduction AR Wireless Stereo Speakers eliminate the hardest part of adding speakers to almost any location in your home - running and hiding hundreds of feet of speaker wire. Like FM radio, the AR Wireless Speaker System-s 900MHz signal travels with ease through walls, floors, ceilings and other obstacles, delivering high-quality stereo sound virtually anywhere inside the house or out. With drift- and static-free reception along with outstanding range - up to 300 feet* - the possibilities for enjoying your AR Wireless Speaker System are nearly unlimited. AR Wireless Stereo Speakers are compatible with most audio sources, such as TVs, DVD players, VCRs, A/V receivers/amps, stereos, computers, and portable devices (CD players, cassette players, MP3, players, etc.). This manual covers various connection options and detailed operating instructions for making AR Wireless Speakers a valued part of your lifestyle. If, after having reviewed the instructions, you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-732-6866. *Range may vary according to environment.

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2 I. Location of Functions Speaker Front View: A. Tuning indicator light (tuned) B. Standby/Charging indicator light (stdby/chrg) C. Power/volume/scan control Transmitter Front View: H. Power indicator light Accessories: Speaker Back View: D. Battery compartment cover E. Speaker power input jack F. Left/mono/right switch G. Carrying handle Transmitter Back View: I. Transmitter power input jack J. Audio input cable K. Channel select switch L. Transmitter AC power adapter - 12V DC O. 1/4- headphone adapter N. -Y- adapter cable M. Speaker AC power adapter (x2) - 18V DC A B C H I K J E F D G IMPORTANT: These power units are intended to be correctly inserted in a vertical or floor mount position.