Use with Wireless RoutersAlthough rare, some customers have experienced interference with certain models of wireless internet routers. If you experience interference with your wireless router, OSD recommends moving the transmitter that came with your speakers as far away as possible from the wireless router and cycling through the frequency channels several times.
What's the difference between 900mHz and 2.4gHz wireless speakers?Both are wireless transmission frequencies but 900mHz is considered "old school" technology. You'll see some speaker brands that still use the 900mHz frequency but we would advise against this because so many household products use this frequency--from baby monitors to cordless phones to microwaves. The audio interference caused by sharing this frequency will seriously get on your nerves. The 2.4gHz wireless digital spectrum is much more reliable and able to transmit clear audio signals.
Can plug it into my iPod or Tablet?That's a big YES! The transmitter has a connection for iPods, MP3 players and laptops and we even supply you with the cord.
How far can these speakers transmit?
Which is Better: Wired or Wireless?Wired outdoor speakers will transmit the audio signal more reliably--that's just physics because the signal is being transmitted via an enclosed cable with shielding to prevent interference. Wireless technology is more prone to outside factors and you may get interference from time to time. The benefit of wireless is the convenience and a quick installation; no cable to bury, and moving wireless speakers is far easier. Both have advantages and it's really up to you to decide which is better for your situation.